Dash's focus is a payment network so transaction turnover will be key. Let's run some numbers... This is Bitcoin's transaction turnover as a function of their marketcap: Source: https://twitter.com/dangermouse117/status/771387879117430784 Source Data: http://bit.ly/2ccjMDI For Bitcoin, the ratio of turnover to marketcap is 4.5x ($45b turnover vs $10b marketcap) For PayPal it's 6x ($282b vs $45b) Bitcoin is valued higher than PayPal for a given turnover, this seems justified as Bitcoin is growing at 100% vs PayPal's 27%. To justify Dash's market cap of $80m, and if we assume Dash is growing like Bitcoin's rate... I don't have any figures with me... it needs to be turning over $360m per annum. I think Dash's marketcap is in anticipation of huge growth incoming when Evolution is released next year. Just bear in mind for those who think Dash is gonna go to the moon, these things take time. They are multi-year/decade trends. Altcoin pump and dumps can be misleading. People thought Bitcoin would be valued at $50,000 by now - that may happen but to support this valuation as a payments network, it would need to do $4.5 trillion dollars of volume. By comparison credit cards do approx $6 trillion. In real terms, I mean by historical adoption curves of new technology, this curve will be longer than a decade.