Cool article as usual, thanks for posting.
Perhaps unfortunately for me, I am not a financial investor in crypto of any kind as yet. But I have been spending a lot of time studying it, as to how to apply it in systems, as a practicing systems Engineering professional. I am particularly intrigued how market forces define value, in the longer term by net pump and dump behaviour. At any given moment, a whale might have some control over a particular token price, but ultimately, the price follows a trend given by the square of the number of users in the network. In other words, the more a crypto is pumped and dumped, the more valuable it becomes. So the best ones to invest in, for the longer term, are the ones most volatile, as they are the ones expanding more rapidly in terms of the number of users.
Also, great pic, I loved trainspotting.