All right. You ignorant. You might notice that my eyes are covered today and it's because there's a problem. I've noticed a reflection when I'm filming. And I really don't like getting aroused when I film. Now, this is also an awkward video. Cause then we talking about something to Rouses me a whole lot. Some of this, Ooh, it's too tasty. It's too spicy to even talk about. Sometimes in camera, I brought this up at dinner. My parents threw me out of the house and disowned me because it got too hot, too tasty, too thick, and too juicy. Now, what am I talking about? ADA? ADA, of course, everybody knows. It's the thickest altcoin in town, but on a serious note, jokes aside [inaudible] I liked the video is supposed to get any better. When I lift up my, uh, my hoodie and I'm wearing sunglasses in my house.
Anyways, look, jokes aside, guys aid is going to kill Ethereum. It's going to be the highest ROI, top 10 coin period. In fact, it could potentially someday maybe, maybe, maybe, maybe flip Bitcoin, maybe, maybe, all right, here comes like a Pitchfork comes crashing through my window. The second I said that Michael Saylor jumps in with his shirt off and all over the floor. But no seriously with ADA, this is either going to go insane or we're going to lose all of our money, which is the case with pretty much everything in crypto. But I think if you understand the situation at ADAS in particularly from my unique point of view, as a software company, owner, and a person who's built software the last decade, I understand what they're doing. Understand the problems with Ethereum, understand the problems with, uh, Binance smart chain and eight is just in a position to Ooh, all those dirty things.
Your mother won't let you talk about it at dinner. And I think the coolest thing about this as well is if you look at what just happened with Binance smart chain, and you look at the ecosystem that's over there, which I'm not a fan of, I'm not a fan of, I don't think it's very long-term. I think it's, I think it's a big pump and dump. Okay. It's not a pump and dump another Pitchfork comes flying through my window. I'm surprised I'm still alive. But if you look at the ecosystem of projects that are being built on it, you can get into stuff super early, right.
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But you also say, guys, let's cover this in this video. And I wanted to make this video cause you guys asked me to make more breakdowns of coins. I'm investing in. Let me make sure I'm recording. Cause I'm terrible at this. But you guys always ask me to make videos on what I'm investing in and why I'm investing it in and, and whatnot. So this is the first one I'm doing it. And then ADA, I think is the most obvious big win in crypto. On top of that, guys, you should follow me on Twitter at CSS Becker, because a lot of things want to talk about in this video. A lot of things I pointed out, I pointed on Twitter like a week ago. So you'll see everything way earlier. And while I'm not the world's greatest crypto expert, we're pretty good thumb on the pulse of the market from all the people I listened to and talk to. So a lot of things I say are pretty accurate. Sometimes maybe you should just follow me for the jokes to be honest. So let's talk about ADA, what it is, which I'm pretty sure everybody already knows what it is, why the opportunity is so huge from my perspective, what's going to happen. My prediction And I'm going to talk about, the ecosystem that I'm also investing in. Yeah.
As well. Okay. So look so first let's just get to what it is. Okay. And I'm not gonna Plaintiff's in the best possible way, because you can find any video that deeply explains what Ethereum and Cardinal and Binance coin and the other projects, Essentially what it is is it's a competition for the smart contract market
And what Ethereum is and why it is so huge is its programmable money. So for example, when you take an Uber, okay, you have to put your card in Uber driver picks you up. Then the money goes from your car through a bunch of banking institutions, a bunch of hoopla to Uber. Then Uber gets, it does a bunch of other things, takes their 20%, and then sends it to the Uber driver. It's a gigantic mess is a giant colossal mess between you and the driver simply because there is no way to get a verified middleman to do all these things between it. All right? Because moving Fiat around and moving this money around requires so many people involved. There are 20% fees. There's all these incongruencies and problems that pop up between it.
It's just a mess. Okay?
Ethereum makes it. So all this just goes away and you can have smart program money that when you come in, you enter an Ethereum contract. What the driver, the money that you're using, whatever coins you're using goes through. And it behaves exactly as the contract describes, this can be used for legal agreements. This can be used for selling your home. This can be used to build boating systems. It basically removes the need for middlemen for essentially anything you can imagine. That is one of the biggest innovations in technology and the last, The last a hundred years, honestly, it's, it's absolutely huge.
So the system that wins this one Right here is going to potentially have a bigger market cap than Bitcoin, because you have to think about Bitcoin is simply going to replace gold, which is a huge market cap. When you, when you think about all the systems that need to be decentralized and don't need middleman and can be improved with Ethereum Binance coin CarNow the market cap is significantly higher than gold. It is, it is absolutely much, much zillion billion times bigger now, zillion billion. Isn't exactly the accurate term, but What we're talking about right here. So this what's really interesting situation right here, because Ethereum has a really big problem with it. It's it's massive gas fees, which are going to be solved here, but I'm going to get to why I don't believe in Ethereum over car Dano here, In a minute, Binance coin has a whole Other range of problems. The two problems with these ones right here is a theorem doesn't scale. And there's so much old code and baggage in it. And I know as a person that's made software for a decade, you don't just get rid of baggage. Have you ever worked or used a software? That's absolutely huge. And they just can't seem to get the bugs out of it. That's because when you build it Software, what happens is it's like you're building a skyscraper and it's very, very, very, very difficult for you to go and change things. Once the skyscrapers built and the foundations in place, okay, changing this little thing up here, changing a sink down here requires you to dig a hole and change the plumbing down here. That's the problem with the software. And so when coal gets stacked up on top of itself, like this, it's actually extremely difficult because what a theorem has to do right now to fix its problems is to go and dig up its foundation. It has to go and dig up this and they have to go and dig up this. Okay? I think everybody knows this. And the result of this problem right now is that you can't do a transaction on a theorem network for it's insane. Say, I want to swap something, do something super simple, right? Let's say I want to swap a hundred dollars in tether for a Z, whatever. This is some weird thing I used to have in my wallet.
Okay. The transaction cost versus going to be $33 yesterday. And when it was, when it was high, it would be $50, $80 just to do this, just to do a simple transaction on it. That makes it unusable it's. It's literally unusable for just about anything. Can you imagine if people had to go to a voting booth and every time they voted, they'd have to pay $80. It's not going to work and yes at the room can fix this and whatnot. But I'm going to tell you straight up as a software, an experienced person, a software it's just way, build it to be easier to build a software or a skyscraper from absolute scratch, because then you have the foundation, right? The first time you have everything planned for scale, the problem with the theory, and why I don't have faith in it. Long-term is simply this.
It was not built with a long-term vision. In mind, it was built to accomplish smart contracts. It was built to prove that the concept worked, but then once you actually have the skyscraper up, it wasn't built the right way. And that's this whole entire reason why it's completely busted a day. And people are like, [inaudible] Oh, because you're already a smart contract money. Yes. But a rushed skyscraper is not a skyscraper. People are going to live in long-term and the one that's built correctly over 50 years is going to have an advantage over the one that got up in three, four years.
It just is okay. Now, Binance coin. On the other hand, it's just, It's centralized. I think it's going to be useful for trading and I think it will be useful for exactly what's being used for right now. I don't see it being used by governments or building systems or do contracts or to do contracts for houses or anything the matter. Okay. So what was it looking at right now is we have these two massive market caps. We've got about $400 billion right here. And Ethereum, I think is easily going to bust 500 billion. If not a trillion, this bull run and Binance going, probably going to bust 200, 200 billion.
Now we've got Cordato down here at 41 billion Kronos could easily flip these combined.
You could flip both of them combined and eat both the market caps. Don't get me wrong. I don't think they're all gonna implode overnight, but we could easily see, Cartano go to $500 billion. If it pulls off what it's promising to pull off. And it's already been put into Africa, it's already being put into place right now by governments, which is the largest blockchain Deployment ever. I with a skyscraper, as I said, has been built right? The first time what's going to happen. When the skyscraper gets up and opens it,
You have to understand what Cardona's aiming to do. They have the ability to clone any project that's on Ethereum Right now, what their ERC 20 converter and take it over and put it on Cardinal. And the reason why I'm so bullish on this right now, and the reason why I'm buying just tons and tons and tons of Cardona, I sold it actually goblin handed it during this step. And I bought tons back for a dollar and 3 cents, dollar and 5 cents, dollar and 7 cents. But most of my portfolio back actually at that price. So I'm sitting pretty good on
It right now. The reason I'm so extremely Bullish on this is that I've seen what happened with the Binance coin right here. So I wasn't as bullish as I've been recently in Cardozo because I was like, all right, you know, it's gonna, it's gonna take a lot of effort to move people over from Ethereum to Cartano. But with Binance coin and pancakes swap, we literally went, Witnessed an overnight swap almost to Binance coin. And they're swapping technology, even though it's not optimized to be moved from Ethereum to there. So we saw very little resistance. We saw this market cap explode right here, explode on a coin. It's not even optimized Ethereum. And so when the reasons I'm so excited and I'm like, okay, wait, there's a lot more money. The poor. Yeah.
Okay. And then we saw and Cardona, It's going to be perfectly optimized to rip away this market cap or at least come up and meet it and match it Because you have to think longterm
Over five years, people are not going to live in the skyscraper. That's been built the wrong way. There's leaks going on over here. There's this stuff going right here are the foundations constantly being ripped up. It takes a long time to make software correctly and it makes it, it takes a long time to make it work. Right? If you rush something out, that's fine, but you're going to be fixing it for years. And then It just doesn't get fixed. Like this is a lesson
You have to understand that nobody in crypto seems to get just because the theory is here in bigger now is so irrelevant. For example, Citrix had gone to webinar, the biggest webinar platform ever. It was unstoppable. And in the span of no time at all, they got completely replaced by zoom. And this was a technology zoom, for example, uh, and Citrix goes to the webinar already worked. It was fully functional. There was no problem. You didn't get charged a thousand dollars. Every time you started up a webinar, zoom was just simply better by 25%. And it just completely came in, at least match six shirts and then just beat the liver, living Out of them. So when you tell me a theory from something that's unusable right now, for anything other than hobbyist use,
I mean, seriously, it's for trading and for buying an FTS, that's about all it's good for, and you can't use it for anything real world because of the gas fees. And We just saw how fragile
The loyalty is to Ethereum with an increase in Binance coin and Binance coin is not a long-term smart contract solution. And then we saw to the man for Binance coin skyrocket to use their swapping technologies. They use their technology that created a supply crunch right there. We're actually going to see a supply crunch for real-world application of [inaudible]. That's going to be magnitudes larger than this because again, 50 million people in Ethiopia, hundreds of millions of people in one country, all using it, That's way bigger than the supply crunch it's going on for BNB.
So I don't, I don't see, I don't see where the defense is. The only, the only way this is not going to happen is if Charles poops the bed that's and that's very potentially right. Really could happen, but Projects can easily slip, slip over to ADA. There's no loyalty. We just saw that with the BNB, we just saw there's no loyalty. People will hop over to whatever works better in real-time. No, one's going to stay on eith when it's doing this. And it has the ability to clone everything over. So it's much easier to do it. There's going to be a massive supply crunch from it. And frankly, it's about what software is built, right. And finishes, right. Not what gets up first. I can go and build a copy of zoom. I can hire a bunch of developers right now and make a copy of zoom in a month and a half. Okay. And it works and can work for 20 users. As soon as I started trying to sail the scale, that beast Completely different game. It's a completely different game. Okay.
So the default in software, the default in software is a software that's built bad and doesn't scale. Well always loses its that's the default. That's not the exception. The reason why I'm so excited about right now is that if they nailed this and it looks like they have, it looks like everything's going to be delivered on time and they do this. We're going to see the same exact ranger that's happened on Binance coin times three. And it's just not going to stop because the reason why a theorem hasn't gone to a $500 billion market cap and 800, a trillion-dollar macro cap is all the problems it has. It's just as simple as that. It's all the problems that Ethereum has. And so if the government use case in Ethiopia, for example, Cordato has the Africa special going on today. If that use case gets proven and they start using that for voting systems and other systems, a theorem camp uses voting systems.
Even if it was $10 per transaction, it can't be used as a voting system. It can't be used by anybody with the gas fees. Even if they reduce their gas fees by, I don't know, 80%, it's still not usable. And even if it is usable, let's say they lower it by 80%. Okay. Yeah. We could use it for housing contracts and whatnot. It's slower. It's not as efficient as Cordato the end. And it's a fear I'm going to fix these things. Yeah, probably they probably will. But once this train gets going, it's just not going to stop. Now, what's the downside to this. Charles Hoskinson could be full of crap. Let's just be straight. He could be full of crap. And if that happens, we're going to see a massive dive right here.
But again, if you're playing With Ethereum right here, you could see a massive dive as well. At the same time you're playing with Binance coin. You could see the same exact thing. So nothing in, in, in crypto is safe. But the reason why I'm so heavy in Cardona right now, this goes, we have to also look at the returns and what the risk the reward is in this. So we're looking at a $2,700 theorem right now. Realistically, this could go to 10,000, this bull run. I just don't see it happening of Cardinal takes off though.
And so just looking At this best-case potential, we're looking into 3m. I'm not willing to sit through this bull, run deep into it for three weeks. I'm just not willing to do that. I'm not gonna do that. It's, it's too difficult. And so some people are saying 20,000, 30,000.
I just, I just don't see that. So from my point of view, what I'm looking at, I can see a $10,000 a year in pretty easily, okay. In this bull run. So that being said, am I willing to take that risk on that? And is that the risks? I'm really looking the reward. I'm really trying to get from all this year of stress. No, no. So I'm going to come down here and I'm going to look at right. What coins can deliver, uh, the, the returns that I'm looking for with some level of safety? So what I mean by Cardona check out chain games right here. Okay. This is one I made a ton of money on and I'm so up. Like I exited it two weeks, but I could exit it like five X or something like that. And if we go look at this bad boy right here, it did this.
Okay. We're probably not going to see Cardozo do this. Okay. We're probably not gonna see it. Do this unless Charles does something really weird on Twitter. So what, that's what I mean by safe. If Cardinal fails, we're probably just going to see a slow decline in the hell. Okay. That's probably what we're going to see. And so you're probably not going to see a 70% drop overnight. Like we do with some, some poopy coins, but we have to go and look at these market caps right here. Where's the theorem probably going to finish this bull run at 500 billion to a trillion for all the way. Binance coin, probably 200 billion, 300 billion. There's no reason why Cardona can't get to 500 billion. This bull run. They're just, there just isn't. If it nails where it's doing there is absolutely no reason why I can't get the fiber and billion people are going to fall into it.
Like you've never seen before. And so for me, making a nice clean five X on this, that that's, that's good. Uh, a five X clean with the potential of a 10 X and eight X that's the swing I'm willing to, willing to look at. Okay. And so we also have to look at other things that are going on here. So for example, Binance coin just exploded and polygon just explodes on the theory. But what we saw with both of those is we saw pancake swap the swapping platform for Binance coin, go nuts. Okay. We saw this guy take off. Why? Because Binance Quinn was taking off. And so then we also saw On Ethereum polygon blew up.
Okay. Of course, right here, uh, basically a utility, a massive utility for Ethereum. That's going to lower its gas costs those that matter if it doesn't, if it doesn't reduce it, the Cardinal prices though, no, one's going to pay $10 for a transaction. It's just, I will see, Um, we'll see what it can do. That being said, polygon took off. Okay.
And then also, if we go look at quick, the swapping that runs on a polygon, Bada Bing, bada Boom. So what can we take away from this? What is going to happen here? So what I try to do encrypt, or at least my thinking now is like, where is this going to happen next? Because I don't want to hop in the Binance coin when it's done this. I don't, I don't want to get into a coin when it's, when it's gone through this in the past month. I don't want to get on a coin doing this. Okay. I want to get on stuff early. I want to be the person who grabs Things when it's right here.
Okay. I want to be the person before it goes and starts going Nuclear. Okay. I don't want to buy pancakes. Swap right here.
Yeah, it's bullish. But now I'm only looking at like a three, four X ROI for being in an altcoin. It's super pumped. That's just not worth the risk, the reward to me. So what I'm going to try and do is I'm going to try and find the things that have taken off on these platforms that are being now built on Cardona. I'm going to look for something like Charlie three. All right. Basically, the chain link or Oracle of Cardinal going to be super important to Cartano what's gone nuclear on Polka. poker starter. Okay.
So I'm gonna look at card starter, which is basically the poker starter On Cardano again, super Early to this party right here. I'm going to be potentially looking at Sunday, swap. I'm still looking and researching this project right here, but I'm going to be looking at projects like this. I'm going to be looking at the things, what happened on a theorem, what happened on bindings Twain and where is this going to happen again? Okay. So I want to see where's the pancake swap on Cardona. Where is the link on Cardona? Where is the poker starter on Cardona? Because I know these things are going to be built and I know there's going to be first movers on these platforms. I know they're at low market caps right now, so I can hop in, jump into them and get in when things are before things do this. Okay? Cause again, I don't want to buy it right here. Look what happens after something pumps? I don't want to be buying pancake swap right now. And if I'd had the crypto experience back then, I would have said, what's the theory I'm doing right now. What solves the problem? Binance coin? What are the things that Binance corner We're going to use? Pancakes wall, Same thing with polygon and quick swap right now. So I'm going to be looking for that next move. I'm not going to be hopping on to these moves that are currently happening. And so that guys is my strategy and why I'm so bullish on ADA as a SAS entrepreneur and a CEO of software companies for almost a decade. I see the challenges that Ethereum and Binance coin and AOR running into, and I see the strategies and how the businesses are operating. And I'm just telling you Straight up, the advantages are actually In Aida's favor right now because yeah, they're not first to market, but being first to market really doesn't matter when the market's not even there yet. Okay.
Mark is not even there. It's okay. If you're going to build a skyscraper in the middle of downtown, you want to buy a, build the one that's going to be there for the next 20 years. Not the one that's built there first, But that being said with their position, with their ERC converter, and the way the market caps are moving right now and where people are moving to, people are going to want the FOMO into something next. I think Cardona is going to be that thing. Once we get closer Gogan going live and the Smartronix score live. And then if they pull that off, there's nothing stopping all the projects from moving to Cardona because you can't even operate on Ethereum. If you have an NFT platform, it doesn't work on Ethereum because the artists can't put up their artwork because minting it is too expensive. It literally doesn't work. So there's no alternative. You can put it on Binance coin. It's just, that's just not, it's not a long-term option. And then we have these giant market caps right here. We have Cordato at a relatively low market cap compared to these two inability to basically do both of their jobs better than they knew with the potential that this market is.
Again, people trying to get rich. None of these valuations are, are make any sense at all. You have to understand that. Like, I don't think any of these have appropriate valuations. This is nuts. PayPal is a working business that actually delivers a product for millions and millions of people. Ethereum is cool for trading cards right now. Okay. And using uni swap it's no, no. So knowing that people are trying to get rich here, people are going to see Kardon will take off. They're going to look at Cardona and they're going to go, Hmm. Market cap, market cap. All right. This is where I can get rich. Next. They're going to hop on it. Just like they did Binance coin. Then it's going to create the same exact supply shock. We saw Binance coin on top of that, if there's any real-world application mean the use of Cardona of the supply shock is going to be compounded.
Uh, then we're going to see the market cap go up and up and up and up. And it's gonna challenge the theory because at this point there's no reason for Ethereum, okay? There's no reason for it. This isn't. So again, it can go in at least a match. These markets captured here. We've seen that been demonstrated with the Binance coin. We've seen how few apps people care about switching from Ethereum. The Binance coin. People are going to see an opportunity to get rich. As soon as they see an opportunity to get rich, they're going to do the same exact thing that they with Binance coining and say, okay, I can't make a five X on here anymore. Where can I make the five X okay. To things that are related to Cardona the projects underneath it, C3 card starter, maybe Sunday swap. I would not buy any of these based on the video because these are highly, highly, highly speculative, not financial advice.
Again, that's what people I believe are going to do. And what crypto is to me is predicting what people are going to do and what people are going to think. It's not about the technology right now. Okay. It's just not, it's about predicting what people are going to do, and then what the results of their actions are going to be and in what those results are going to trigger. And then what that will trigger people to also do then after that's the pattern that I see emerging, and the only thing that's gonna stop it is Cardinal flopping, which I don't think, I, I think the odds are the Cardona is going to nail it. And if that happens, it's going to be a blood bath. That's it, guys. That's all I got. If you like videos like this, be sure to follow me on Twitter at CSS, Becker. Cause I talk about the things I'm thinking like this, like weeks ahead of time, uh, because I don't always have time to shoot a video. Cause you know, I'm actually like run a, an actual business and stuff. So you should, uh, you should do that. I'll catch you next time.