Neil here.

Quick question: What are you doing tonight? If you’ll be tuning into tonight’s episode of Saturday Night Live, you’re definitely not alone.

Tonight, Tesla CEO Elon Musk will host the show for the very first time. The decision to bring him on has drawn plenty of criticism, due to his often-controversial remarks on social media.

But that’s not why I’m interested in this story. I’m following along for one very specific reason… and it all has to do with cryptocurrency.

Elon has been more than vocal about his affinity for cryptos like Bitcoin and Dogecoin. Back in February, for example, Elon added “#bitcoin” to his Twitter bio and the coin surged in value by as much as 20%.

And for months, Elon’s public comments about Dogecoin have inspired armies of retail investors to buy in. To put that surge into perspective, the coin was worth just about $0.01 on New Year’s Day this year, and a couple of days ago, it hit a record high of almost $0.70.

But now that Elon is taking his love for Dogecoin to a brand-new stage, some are wondering what effect tonight’s show will have on the crypto’s price.

Will it surge again… will it remain the same… or will it fall flat? Elon himself even advised his followers that “crypto is promising, but please invest with caution!”

The hype and discourse surrounding tonight’s SNL episode is interesting because it goes to show just how volatile things like cryptocurrency can be. I think everyone should be cautious about crypto investments, especially into coins propped up by social media influence.

Now, that’s not to say there’s zero value in crypto. In fact, I believe quite the opposite. Even in the startup world, there are plenty of opportunities to use and benefit from the technology.

Not only are there seemingly endless use cases for cryptocurrency across all industries (for example, if a startup decided to start using and accepting crypto payments), but there’s plenty of room for startups to build on what’s already been started (like if a startup decided to build out a product meeting an unmet crypto sector need).

Coinbase, which recently went public in the first crypto offering ever, even has an investment arm called Coinbase Ventures that invests in early stage crypto and blockchain startups. The most recent available data shows that this fund has invested in 74 companies, including a series of investments made into companies like Genies, Bitso, Coin Metrics, and Bitski this month.

So at the end of the day, there are still plenty of crypto opportunities worth checking out – whether in the startup world or with other coins themselves.

Many of these coins are under-the-radar and don’t make headlines the same way as DOGE, BTC, and even Ethereum (ETH). And some of them, despite their low-profile status, are actually performing just as well – or even better – than the big guys.

Three of these coins even shot up a whopping 800% over just a three-month period, and they’re each expected to see three-to-four-digit percentage increases by year end.

What’s even better is that you can learn how to play all three of them today with a special report put together by my friend and colleague Michael Robinson – one of the biggest tech experts in the game.

So, I’ll ask you again. What are you doing tonight? Whatever your plans are, make sure you put some room on your calendar to check out this report. This is information you don’t want to miss.

Have a great weekend, and I’ll be back soon with another update.
Until next time,

Neil Patel