An Easy Resource for CryptoCurrency Investing to Help you Avoid the Fear of Missing Out (FOMO).

When I started investing in Cryptocurrency, I had no idea what I was doing and although there was a wealth of information, it was difficult to know where to start or who to trust.

This site is divided into key sections:
  1. Market
  2. What If
    • What if I had invested earlier?
    • What if the market was at its previous all time high?
  3. Resources


When you first get started you will see tons of Market Charts and most of the time you may have no idea what they mean.  I decided to create a simple chart with essential information.


Market Cap
Notice almost half the market is Bitcoin.  Every other coin is considered an “Alt Coin”.  There are thousand of Alt coins and most of them are lovingly referred to as “Shit Coins”.  These coins are scams
The top price is the current price and the What if Price is below the current price and is highlighted in green.
The What if price is if that coin were to jump to second place and take about 15% of the Market Cap, what would it be worth? This is useful because many people buying penny coins do not realize they may never get much higher than a dollar.
This is how my money is being spent on trades in the past 24 hours. This is important because legitimate coins tend to have at least a half million dollar volume.
One of the biggest mistakes newbies make is not realizing how many coins are available. The more supply, the more people will have to invest for that coin to increase in price. I wanted to visually show how many coins are available compared to how many bitcoins exist. The gray boxes highlight how many more digits exist. If you roll over the gray boxes it will tell you how many more coins there are than bitcoin.
This lets you know how much the price has changed in 24 hours. If you see mostly red, this means the market is slaughtering all the investors and it’s a sea of blood.  Don’t worry, it seems to always bounce back.
Badges are indicators of patterns in the data that are normally used for buying and selling considerations.

Knife - This coin has fallen more than 5% in 24 hours.  Never catch a falling knife or you will get cut.  Wait for the coin to bounce above its previous low or high.

Bag - This coin has a suspiciously high supply and it will take a tons of people buying it in order to increase the price.  These coins tend to be used as pumps and dumps.  You want to be careful not to end up being a “bag holder”.  That is when you buy the coin while it’s being pumped, but you hold onto it and when everyone else sells.  You get left with a worthless bag of coins and everyone else who cashed out early makes money.

Poop - This coin has a suspiciously low supply or low volume.

Rocket - These are coins that increased in value more than 50% in the past 24 hours.  If a coin shoots up quickly it is like a rocket traveling to the moon.

What if?

What if I had invested earlier?
A What-if Calculator that let's you know how much you would have made if you invested earlier. You can select a coin, an amount ($1, $100, $1000) and a timeframe (1 day, 1 week, 1 month, 1 year). Your results are displayed in a graphical format thatyou can share with friends and family.

What if the market was at its previous all time high?
I took the highest market cap on January Jan 7, 2018 - 832,095,000,000 and dynamically compared it to todays market. I increased each coin by the percentage difference in the market to give a hypothetical idea of what each coin's value would be at previous all time high levels.