This article was submitted by a Guest Contributor. If you would like to submit an essay, email [email protected]! The opinions expressed in this publication are those of the Guest Author/Contributor. They do not purport to reflect the views or opinions of the Financial Horse Team.  Bitcoin had a wild run in 2020. From a low of US$4,748 in March last year, it rocketed to around US$57,000 today. This brings its market cap over $1 trillion, making it more valuable than Visa and Mastercard combined.  Bitcoin is considered the gateway asset into crypto, by way of being the most established cryptocurrency. It accounts for around 61% of the crypto market cap. However, another asset worth considering is Ethereum, the second largest cryptocurrency with around 11% of the market cap. From an investment perspective, it is important to look past the market cap and consider both assets individually. They have