I came across the following article recently and thought that it may be of some use to members firstly, by categorising the different types of blockchain projects out there and secondly, by highlighting the largest individual projects within each category. https://messari.io/article/weekly-r...um=top&utm_campaign=weekly-recap-ending-may27 I'm of the opinion that members could do worse than say buy and hold the top two assets in each category thereby creating their own diversified portfolio. Naturally for those with time and some crypto knowledge, you'd probably do some research on the projects and may end up choosing alternative assets that are further down the lists at the expense of those higher up eg I would be reluctant to hold XRP or DOGE as they don't fit my investment strategy, or you may decide that UNI is overpriced compared to SUSHI so therefore hold more SUSHI at the expense of UNI. I've broken this down into 2 posts so it doesn't present a wall of text, the first post looks at the project categories, the second at the tokens on offer. For those new to the crypto space or those sceptical of it and therefore maybe unaware of the extent of the technology out there, projects are categorised as follows: DeFi: financial services on blockchains that replicate the legacy banking industry eg borrow, lend, earn interest Currencies: tokens that are used as a medium of exchange just like government issued fiat Smart Contract platforms: self-executing digital contracts that do away with the need for intermediaries determining whether agreed conditions have been met DEXs: peer-peer trading platforms where you hold the keys to your own wallet, unlike centralised platforms like Binance or Coinbase that hold your assets on your behalf Web3: the decentralised global internet (or distributed global computer), unlike the current centralised version where companies provide access/services in exchange for your data etc If any one wants to clarify, correct or add to the above then they'd be more than welcome.