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Exploring the X to BTC Ratio: A Crucial Metric in CryptocurrencyUnderstanding one of the most important metrics in Crypto. The X to BTC ratio.

Hello everyone!

I’m new to the crypto world and I’m trying to understand one of the most important metrics in crypto – the X to BTC ratio. Can anyone explain what this ratio is and why it’s so important?

I understand that it’s a measure of the relative value of one cryptocurrency to another, but I’m not sure how to interpret it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks!

34 thoughts on “Exploring the X to BTC Ratio: A Crucial Metric in CryptocurrencyUnderstanding one of the most important metrics in Crypto. The X to BTC ratio.”

  1. Good info, especially for the newcomers who get fixated on fiat value. Always measure your crypto in Sats or in comparison to BTC because that’s the benchmark for all projects. BTC largely drives the market still and is essentially synonymous with all of crypto.

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  2. Also, you can check Bitcoin dominance chart. With it, you’ll see that it’s almost useless holding the average altcoin in the bear market. BTC/ETH will always outperform them

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  3. Alts always swing much more wildly in both bear and bull runs. When BTC goes to 100k which is around 4x it’s current value many alts will go much higher than 4x their current values.

    The challenge is to figure which these alts are going to be and not end up being bag holders.

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  4. This is one of the indicators I completely ignored in the last bullrun, I went all-in on Alts, even when it was clear we were going into a bear market.

    Looking back, I should have converted everything into BTC way earlier, I won’t make the same mistake twice.

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  5. I will likely never hold a shitcoin long term again. And by shitcoin I mean basically every coin except maybe 5-6. I really don’t care how many have Good Tech™ or “look promising”. What i’ve realized during this bear market personally is that shitcoins are meant to be traded, not held. Get in and get out.

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