Michaël van de Poppe said about four coins to catch fire if they can hold a particular value. These four coins are Cardano , Ethereum, Bechain & Verasity.
Van de Poppe is a famous cryptanalysts with 346,800 followers on twitter. And he is famous for his long term & short term predictions about the Cryptocurrency market.
In The very beginning he talked about Cardano’s native coin ADA. According to him if Cardano can hold its price 3800 Satoshi continuously then it can go through a Bullish market growth.
And then he talked about Ethereum, According to his analysis on Ethereum. It’s price should go in the range of $2,300 to $2600 strong holding support. Then the probability for Ethereum to pump its price will be confirmed 100%.
At the time of writing this article the price of Ethereum is $1,864.
The third coin that is very important in his point of view is the Vchain coin.
supply-chain management protocol VET coin is really a cool coin in the opinion of many crypto experts.
Here for Vchain ( VET) coin Michael said that $0.095 is a critical value of VET in this Cryptocurrency market. And it’s support is at 0.06$.
At the time of writing this article the price of a VET coin is $0.073.
The next coin that is on the point of attraction of Michael is blockchain video sharing platform Verasity (VRA).
VRA also have a better potential in this Cryptocurrency market.
The significant support of the VRA coin is $0.008 and it’s current time price is $0.011.
Even in the current situation of this market, Potential of a VRA coin is to be pumped by 72%.
So it’s price can go to around $0.024 approx.
According to Michael Van, In present time VRA is not in use and attention by a huge number of Investors but the trending future will move toward video based platforms with the integration of gaming like projects.
So there is a huge chance for VRA coin also.
Micheal van de Poppe said that it is all my prediction of what I expect with these coins. These analyses should be treated as only prediction and speculation based games for me. People should not consider it as financial advice.