Some of the apps being built with the use of SIA, should be enough of a source. Also DYOR. No easy money if you think it will skyrocket by the end of the month. I do think it is very undervalued tho.
This year we’ve seen a large influx of Sia core contributors, as well as projects being built on top of Sia.
To name a few:
Luxor: a company that builds Sia-centric apps and services. They’ve already rebuilt our Explorer and launched mining pools for Sia and Decred, and they will be working on Sia-UI and other apps in 2018.
Minebox: a company that is building a Sia-connected network attached storage (NAS) device. They were recently acquired by ClearCenter.
PixelDrain: a file sharing website powered by Sia.
Obelisk: our subsidiary, building ASIC mining hardware for Siacoin and Decred.
SiaBerry: an OS for using Sia on Raspberry Pi.
SiaDrive: software that allows you to mount Sia as a drive on your desktop (to enable drag-and-drop similar to Dropbox).
SiaHub and SiaStats: network stats, charts, and metrics.
All these projects are listed on the downloads page on the Sia website.