These three charts show the comparison between Bitcoin's and Monero's prices since inception. On the
first chart, both coins are compared with the X axis being the current
date those prices happened. For the second chart, I placed both first local tops at the "day zero", and
it is easily visible how both coins are very similar. While BTC took 900
days to achieve 37x return, Monero took 1279 days to give 95x return. Since Monero's cycle is longer in
days because it somewhat depends on how much time Bitcoin's bull market
will take to finnish (and each cycle takes more time than the previous), Monero's return in one whole
bull market was much better than Bitcoin's. I plotted this chart in order
to make evident how the narrative that "Bitcoin is better any other coins" can be somehow too narrow.
The last chart has a distorted time scale to show how both coins
look very much like the other, and in fact it seems Monero is printing a fractal from Bitcoin's second
cycle... but with a better return on capital.