I'm all for finding value but which one to choose;
At least with gold I know there aren't thousands of alternatives.
As with precious metals, be careful what you choose. It can be detrimental to your Net Worth.
Gold has been superior to other metals and commodities as money due to the properties it possesses. There is a reason the Great civilizations all used Gold. It could be argued that they became great civilizations due to Gold. The Mayans, Aztecs, Egyptian, Greek and Roman civilizations. Other easy, weaker alternatives even chosen by countries over the years proved to be very costly (As the Indians and Chinese found out with the Silver standard)
As those holding Gold may soon find out once Bitcoin replaces it as a store of value.
In the World of "Crypto", Bitcoin stands alone as the Store of Value. There are not many alternatives. In the list you shared, Ethereum is more a platform for smart contracts and even its founders do not market it as a store of value.
Tether and Binancecoin are Stablecoins not stores of value . XRP is a centralized token run by Ripple labs battling lawsuits by the SEC, even "Bitcoin Cash" which is a fork off Bitcoin is designed to be a cup of coffee payment token, not a store of value. Dogecoin was created as a joke.
In addition, do not forget the importance of "Network effects". For example, even if we come up "LemonfoolBook" as a marginally better designed "Facebook", network effects almost doom it to fail. Moving all friends, family and value already stored in Facebook to Lemonfoolbook would prove quite challenging. In the Technology space, Network effects dictate only 1 winner.
Suffice to say all other altcoins trade around the orbit of Bitcoin and its 4 year halving cycle.
The same way I expect tiny online retailers to trade around the orbit of Amazon.