AI is a sector that keeps gaining adoption by the day, and I'm positioned for the move with AGIX and FET. I'm also in on DePINs seeing as it made possible dApps for vehicles and machines, alongside tokenizing physical infrastructure.
I'm really excited about AI trends for significant potential profits. It's the sector I'm most optimistic about currently, with top projects like OCEAN, FET, AGIX, and TAO on my radar. However, I'm curious why you didn't mention Ocean Protocol in your post, especially since it's pioneering data sharing for AI training.
I'm keen on artificial intelligence (AI) trend and my favourite AI projects are Ocean Protocol (OCEAN) which provides valuable data used in training AI models, Fetch AI (FET) a platform for automating complex tasks using AI, and SingularityNet (AGIX). There are also many interesting AI dApps like Ocean Protocol's Predictoor dApp for accessing accountable accurate AI predictions, currently on testnet with mainnet launch on 3rd October.
With the wave of AI trends earlier this year, I thought maybe one of AGIX, FET or OCEAN would make it. I would love to see where they rank, especially Ocean as it's a word that could be bumped up by the conventional nature of it. Same reason I would love to see where MOONs rank😁 Maybe, AI hasn't actually really trended in web3.
RWA tokens should not be slept on as they could take center stage in the next cycle, oracles would also scale as users in the Defi sector increases. XTP is another on my watchlist as Fintech industries break into the space, while FET and AGIX are my picks in the AI sector.
I think that AI projects will make the best gains in the next bull run. We all saw the hype around ChatGPT and other AI tools. People just woke up and realized how strong AI can be. My bags of FET, AGIX, RNDR, OCEAN, and several more AI-oriented tokens are ready for the market. I don't sell any, just DCAing and piling up...
I'm not trying to invest just interested in the underlying tech. I've loved monero for as long as I've known about it, but I haven't heard of Mimblewimble, so thank you for that. For example, some of my favorite coins are AGIX (singularitynet holds a lot of promise imo) and I also like the tech underlying Hathor. I just have been out of it for a while and I don't have a Twitter feed full of interesting accounts anymore and I haven't been checking this sub much so I just don't know where to look these days.
After very low profits in the last bull market, I decided to set my goals with precise targets in the next cycle. I am holding around 80% of my crypto money in BTC-ETH, and the rest in several advanced and well-developed alts like FET, OCEAN, AGIX, AIOZ... I set the specific prices for selling every token, like ETH at 8k, BTC at 120k, OCEAN at 5$, AIOZ at 0.5$, etc. I presume these prices could be boosted much more than these levels, but I don't care. My goals are set and I won't end up waiting for the next bull run with the majority of my tokens like the last time.
My top options in the DeFi industry are CRV, COMP, and Maker. I'm also interested in AI-related tokens. Fetch AI, AGIX, and Fluid AI (smart order routing, AI-driven liquidity aggregations, and prediction model) are on my watchlist. From the RWA industry, Centrifuge is on my watchlist. It's a DeFi platform that uses RWAs to collateralize loans. This allows borrowers to access liquidity without having to sell their assets, and it can also help to reduce the risk of default.
tldr; AI-related cryptocurrencies are holding gains after Nvidia's strong second-quarter earnings report. Nvidia exceeded revenue and earnings estimates, and also provided a bullish outlook for the third quarter. The company's CEO, Jensen Huang, highlighted the transition to accelerated computing and generative AI. Tokens such as FET, GRT, INJ, RNDR, and AGIX have all seen gains of over 4% in the past 24 hours. This positive sentiment towards AI, coupled with the mainstream adoption of AI technologies, has boosted AI-related cryptocurrencies. Nvidia's stock also rose significantly after the earnings report. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR. Try our free crypto chatbot at https://chat.coinfeeds.io*
Your bag looks solid, no memes and other shitcoins. Looks like you don't hodl any AI-oriented tokens, OCEAN, FET, FLD, AGIX, NMR, or RDR... I would also consider investing in ADE, the pioneering token on crypto-telecom cooperation. Real potential and very well-established use cases.
I agree with the points you make in your post, and I would add that whales can also use their influence to promote certain cryptocurrencies and suppress others. This can make it difficult for smaller investors to make informed decisions about where to put their money. It's also important to remember that whales are not always motivated by greed. Sometimes they may be trying to protect their investments or promote a project that they believe in. I can see a huge accumulation (on-chain) of AI-related tokens like FET, OCEAN, AGIX, etc. Maybe they think the AI narrative will remain hot. I started putting some newer projects like FluidAI on my watchlist as they partnered with Imperial College London's AI labs to solve the liquidity fragmentation issues. I think it's also important for us to support projects that are designed to reduce the power of whales. For example, projects that use proof-of-stake instead of proof-of-work can help make the market more decentralised and less susceptible to manipulation.
I agree that altcoins are more risky than Bitcoin and Ethereum. They are also more volatile, which means that their prices can fluctuate more dramatically. This can make it more difficult to time the market and profit from altcoin investments. However, I also believe that there are some altcoins like ARB, MATIC, etc. with good long-term potential. These are projects that are solving ETH's scalability problems and that have a strong team and a solid roadmap. I'm investing in FET, Ocean, and AGIX-type projects related to AI. FluidAI, which is working on AI-based prediction and liquidity aggregation algorithms, is an intriguing project. They partnered with Imperial College London's AI lab, which caught my attention. Bumper Finance, for example, hedges crypto volatility while providing 3%–18% annual yields. Ultimately, the decision of whether or not to hold altcoins in this bear market is a personal one. There is no right or wrong answer. It depends on your risk tolerance and your investment goals. It is important to do your research and understand the risks involved before making any investment decisions.
I agree with you that the current market conditions are a good time to buy. The prices of many cryptocurrencies are down significantly from their all-time highs, and this presents an opportunity to buy at a discount. FET and AGIX are undoubtedly the top cryptocurrencies to watch given how popular the AI narrative is right now. It appears that FET even experienced favourable pricing action. A method for hedging against the downside/volatility risk is offered by some recent projects like Bumper Finance. It is an alternative to trading options and offers makers good returns. Of course, there is no guarantee that the prices of cryptocurrencies will go up in the future. However, I believe that the current market conditions present an opportunity to buy at a discount and potentially profit in the long term.
And I’m sorry for making assumptions about you I don’t mean to be rude and argumentative. I don’t believe I’m correct or anything. Maybe you are right and see something that I don’t. I just want to see some real use in the space other than rampant speculation and half baked NFT projects. I’d love to see AGIX become a useful platform. Maybe AUDIO. Filecoin. Steemit. NFTs integrated in a cool way into apps and games we already love etc. I want something cool, that’s all. I do understand that the development of L2s is important. It’s just hard to get excited without seeing people use them for entertainment/productivity/every-day life. I hope you have a good day and keep on stacking.
Most stereotypes apply to me. I am quite thrilled about Blockchain technology, especially when it comes to owning your assets and making crypto payments around the globe nearly quickly. I've been utilising the stables (usdc, dai) for remittances and I love it. I believe that AI and cryptocurrency will transform money and the planet. The potential of this technology fascinates me. So far, I've been using NumerAI and AGIX for financial services. FLUID T, their institutional trading platform with powerful algorithms, is expected in Q4.
I agree with the OP that it is important to have interests in crypto that go beyond "numbers going up eventually." There are many ways to stay motivated in crypto during a bear market, and it is important to find activities that you enjoy and that you believe in. I am also interested in Ethereum Layer 2. I think that Layer 2 has the potential to solve some of the scalability issues that Ethereum is facing, and I am excited to see how they develop in the future. ARB and MATIC are two of my biggest holdings. The combination of AI and cryptocurrency has the potential to create a new paradigm for finance and technology. It is still too early to say exactly what this new paradigm will look like, but it is clear that it has the potential to be transformative. I am looking into getting involved in early projects like AGIX, NumerAI, and FluidAI (TGE this Q3, liquidity management using AI). I think it is important to find your own reasons to be motivated by crypto. There is no one right answer, and what motivates one person may not motivate another.
AI is a tool, not a niche. Of course that there are AI heavy projects, but not many more than FET or maybe AGIX are pure AI play (that I'm aware). Even INJ which is a AI heavy project, the end goal isn't "doing AI" it's using AI to (hopefuly) take DeFi to the next level! Link and Dia provide data to AI models, Dafi aims to use AI for better trading experiences, FluidAI uses AI for better market predictions, and the list could go on and on. AI is a tool, not an end goal. The rest is marketing! Or anyone is expecting PEPEAI to take over the world? lol
In addition to considering your risk tolerance and investment goals, you should also factor in the current state of the cryptocurrency market when determining your diversification ratio. For example, if the market is currently very volatile, you may want to increase your allocation to stablecoins or other less volatile assets. Conversely, if the market is relatively stable, you may be able to reduce your allocation to these assets and increase your exposure to riskier assets. I am mostly buying into blue-chips like BTC, ETH, and MATIC. FET and AGIX are on my list of potential AI-related investments (although I haven't bought them yet), and Fluid AI is also looking good with their prediction model and liquidity aggregation.
If you are new, please do yourself a favor and Leave shitcoins for now. Research legit top projects or just start with BTC. When some of my colleagues were interested in crypto earlier this year due to the AI trend, I advised them to avoid all those new cryptos popping up and focus on researching the top ones like OCEAN, FET, and AGIX. I made a note to document the cryptos they always mentioned to me and most of them are currently grateful they didn't follow the meme route. Tl;dr please stick to solid cryptos until you understand crypto enough.
I've been investing in altcoins for a few years now, and I've had my fair share of winners and losers. But I've learned a few things along the way. First, it's important to diversify your portfolio. Don't put all your eggs in one basket. Second, don't be afraid to take profits. If you're up on a coin, sell some and take some money off the table. And third, don't panic. If the market takes a dip, don't sell your coins out of fear. Just hold on and wait for the market to recover. Also follow the hot narratives like LSD, AI, etc. I think the AI narrative will remain hot, so you can look into AI-related projects like FET, Ocean, and AGIX, or low-cap or upcoming projects like FluidAI (an AI-powered smart order router that aggregates liquidity across different blockchains).
Picking the altcoin that will skyrocket gets harder as time goes on. There's so many projects coming up now, sucking out liquidity from the ones that should be doing well. Let's take AI related projects for example, while there are solid ones with working solutions to problems like OCEAN, FET, AGIX (to mention the top ones), there are even more that have popped up and are completely useless, but they are sucking liquidity from the solid ones. The difference now is that the shitty projects go back to zero almost immediately and the solid ones have staying power and do well over time. Maybe not skyrocket, but do well.
FET, AGIX and OCEAN I can agree with. They all have little parts to play. Yesterday's episode on Intelligent Tides (an Ocean Protocol podcast), was with Ben Goertzel, founder of SingularityNET(AGIX) and they discussed at length, [AI and Decentralization](https://youtu.be/B1ve7IIF3Wk). While it's quite clear that these are early days and there's not much overlap between the two in practice currently, you can tell that if these guys keep innovating and going at it, most people will sound like the early Bitcoin naysayers.
There are so many coins which are AI related from data providers like Oracles (LINK, DIA, etc) to the actual users of AI for its projects, from better trading executions or liquidity predictions (DAFI, FLUID, OCEAN, etc), to obviously the classic AI plays like AGIX and FET or the DeFi oriented Injective (INJ) AI these days is both an immense field of possibilities from Machine Learning to the popular chat bots like ChatGPT, but it's also a buzzword on the cryptospace which made every project want to be associated with it. TL.DR - DOGE AI isn't really an AI project!
These categories of trend are major game-changers. Increased institutional adoption will play a huge role as well. Take for example how the Blackrock news had some positive impact on the market. Also, just like AGIX is making serious advancement, we are seeing OCEAN as well, a data bank fused with AI utilities. Then there’s FluidAI that’s enhancing the tokenization of RWA and is also introducing AI to solve liquidity fragmentation and other existent issues in DeFi.
>Tokens such as SingularityNET (AGIX) rose more than 6% while Fetch.ai (FET) climbed about 3% after the announcement of the new company with a goal to "understand the true nature of the universe." Fucking 3%. The bullrun that will give you generational wealth is here.
AI in cryptocurrency is new but could transform how we use it. AI-powered trading bots are popular. These bots trade using AI. AI-powered DeFi apps are being created. These programmes enhance DeFi's usability. AGIX, FET, and RNDR are in my long-term portfolio. As good but newer projects, GRT and Fluid AI are on my watchlist. FLD's AI vision for DeFi's liquidity aggregations and prediction model is appealing.
I think your portfolio is a good start. However, I would recommend keeping an eye on the market and making adjustments as needed. The cryptocurrency market is constantly changing, so it's important to be flexible with your investments. I am also going big on AI-related projects like Ocean, RNDR, and AGIX. Some new projects (yet to launch) like Fluid AI look promising, as they are building prediction models and liquidity aggregation models based on AI and machine learning. I think it's important to have a diversified portfolio, but it's also important to have a plan. What are your goals for your portfolio? Are you looking to make a quick profit, or are you looking to invest for the long term? Once you know your goals, you can start to build a portfolio that's right for you."
I didn't invest in cryptocurrency during the bull run, but I'm kicking myself for not doing it. I'm definitely going to be more involved in the next bull run. However, I am not investing with the goal of making 100x, but rather making a better ROI than other traditional financial instruments. I am adding some BTC and ETH for less risky gains and adding some arb and sui as they might do well, similar to Ada and Matic back in 2020. also adding some new projects like GMX and the credit protocol (yet to launch). AI narratives will remain hot for the coming year, so I added Ocean, RNDR, AGIX, and Fluid AI to my watchlist. It is important to note that there is no guarantee that any of these altcoins will increase 100x or more.
These would be my favourite AI projects to explore: Ocean Protocol (OCEAN) - They are unlocking data which is useful in training AI models. The ability of AI systems depends on the quality of data used in training it. Fetch AI (FET) - A platform for where AI algorithms can be deployed, trained and monetized. Singularity Net (AGIX) - A marketplace for AI services. Weaver Labs is another project I'm watching. Although not purely an AI project, it combines AI and blockchain technology in telecoms to optimize networks and make connectivity easily accessible.
**Privacy** \- RAIL would be my pick. **AI** \- Ocean is the most promising IMO. I have FET and AGIX but Ocean is still the first pick. I cant wait to see DIA partnerships with AI projects. It got added to the AI category on CMC. **Tokenization** \- probably Synthetix **Gaming** \-ILV because Illuvium seems like a promising project, it has high-quality graphics. **DEX** \- Uniswap, but I am waiting for the DAFI Hybrid exchange, it will be a game changer.
I always begin with blue-chip assets such as BTC, ETH, and MATIC before moving on to newer chain tokens such as ARB and OP. Then I hunt for hot narrative tokens, such as AI, and add Ocean, AGIX, and so on. I also keep an eye on low-cap projects like Lyra Finance, Radiant Capital, and Credit Protocol (a oracle-free lending and borrowing platform). Always maintain a portion of your portfolio in stables (USDC, USDT) or generate cash flow to buy the dips.
You have good points. But it's very risky going all in a project considering the nature & volatility of crypto. Maybe once the market matures it will get better. Most of my gains in the last bull were made from diversification in strong projects. and It could have been worse if I had gone all in SIFCHAIN for instance. I'm still sticking to the same strategy, buying into strong narratives- AI, DeFi & LSD with AGIX, CREDIT, RPL, VRA etc at the top of my list. This will mitigate loss & maximize ROI if all goes well :)
I completely agree with your list. It encompasses all the AI tokens that I'm closely following. Ocean Protocol, for instance, is currently hosting a predict-ETH data challenge. FET recently launched a new wallet. And let's not forget AGIX, an exciting AI DAO community.
> Although I haven't looked into agix AGIX's main thing is their AI Marketplace where you can pay a small amount of agix for AI services. They have some cool stuff on there I've used the platform a few times myself. Not trying to sound like a shill here, DYOR and all that.
You've already highlighted some notable projects in the AI sector, such as OCEAN, FET, and AGIX, which I believe hold great potential. There are other promising options like TAO, RLC, and RNDR that are worth considering. I'd also like to mention Weaver Labs, a project that leverages AI to revolutionize the telecoms industry. It's certainly another project worth exploring due to its innovative approach.
Grifters moved on to the new hottest buzzword. >Ocean seems quite a good project however so far while AGIX and Fetch Ai price doubled, Ocean wasn't even moving a bit, which puzzles me. Treat crypto tokens as lottery tickets and it will make more sense.
RNDR. It's the only one with a practical use case. You use someone else's computer power to render any ai image for you. Apple is about to release a set of AR/AI glasses soon and it's rumored at their dev conference next week there will be more info about them (maybe a prototype presentation). If this happens then ALL ai coins will pump, with RNDR leading the pack, IMHO. My suggestion is stick with a few of the bigger AI tokens and plan to sell anything that pumps within the next year and never look back. This is strictly a narrative play right now and there is plenty of pumps left for the ai narrative, but, bet your ass that the hype will die and its a good chance it'll never rebound. My picks are RNDR, FET, AGIX.
SingularityNET (AGIX) has been around for a long time, has support of Cardano community and experienced team behind it (Ben Goerzel mainly). So that is my bet. Also I like Ocean Protocol and OriginTrail, however these are not so much AI coins, they have been added to this category only recently because of the AI hype. Seems solid nontheless, have them for a few years now.
I saw CZ's tweet about it, and he says it talks a lot about AI, VR, NFTs & Metaverse. Gavin Wood & Beeple mentioned too. Maybe we'd get another strong trend for the AI narrative. Feels good to be well-positioned in OCEAN, FET & AGIX.
I usually pick a couple of coins that I am happy to have either of and then trade the swings between the two. I will always have coins that I want in my portfolio long term and if I play my cards right I will have more of them. I don't expect my trades to be something that will be profitable over the space of a day and sometimes maybe only trade between some pairs a couple of times a month. I've done OK trading AGIX/ADA over the last couple of months and actually have more of both coins than when I started. This is not because I'm some sort of financial savant. I'm just patient.