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r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Over $900K from airdrop? Is it that lucrative?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

I have along with a small minority telling people for years the concept of Algo stables are completly flawed. Ampleforth that takes an antifragile approach is the only true decentralized unit of account that is conceptually sound.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

The Economics Design of AMPL Token

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

The Economics Design of AMPL Token

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Publish0x Review

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What is happening at KuCoin?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Stablecoins and how they work

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

SHIB, RGT and AMPL shake off Fed taper comments by notching double-digit gains

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

2020 Bull Run - Top 100 Analysis

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Just realized that stablecoins could become the Trojan Horse for crypto

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

People saying don't look at AMPL price but the market cap. Me: gotcha.

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

LAUNCH soon! | fair launch count posted in group | $BinaSpace and $Nebula as First-Class Citizens | Tradable Portfolios | Aggregate Token Creation

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

I gambeled on 2 different shitcoins and here is the outcome thus far.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

365 Days Of Free Crypto! October Update!

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Stablecoin Market Trends and Report

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Earning $1000 from Crypto in 1000 days from scratch. Day: 182

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Earning $1000 in 1000 days with Crypto (from scratch). Follow up! Day: 182

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

AMPL lending on Aave.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Ampleforth, Forthwith

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Soo....We're just going to overlook the fact that AMPL has been earning lenders 87,000% APY over the last week?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Ampleforth - GME 2.0 - MOASS incoming?

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Ampleforth - GME 2.0 - MOASS incoming

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Charged Particles NFT Protocol Overview

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Ampleforth: Deep Dive

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Rise Protocol: About to take off - Next gen hybrid rebase token that rewards holders

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

$BASX protocol, just launched

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

First ReBasing token to follow price of Big Mac Index launching "Dollar Menu" farms today

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

So Excited About This - Ampleforth Foundation is announcing AMPL will expand beyond Ethereum with 3 new blockchain integrations: Tron, Acala (Polkadot), and NEAR.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Everyone seems to be enjoying the 50-100% gains, while AMPL holders are sooo silent, not shilling their 2-4% DAILY compounded positive rebase gains since 10232023. 🤫

Mentions:#AMPL#DAILY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There is no genius here. It’s a mathematical sleight of hand. They used to claim that this mechanism would lead to AMPL being anti correlated with all other assets. The chart sure looks like that claim was bullshit, because they didn’t actually know what they were talking about. You’re blinded by your desire for the market cap to go up. Wake up.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I made almost $100k in 2021/2022 just from airdrops. Could have done it with $50 total, you just have to try protocols out. Registered an ENS name, made $40k ENS. Swapped on Uniswap, $16k UNI. Held $80 of AMPL, got $30k FORTH. Didn’t sell the top on any of these, but sold enough to cover taxes and take a year off work.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

so, now that moons are gone, do we have any working faucets or earning website? The only ones I know are: - brave browser, where you earn BAT by receiving notifications for ads - publish0x where you earn ETH or AMPL (soon OP) for writing / reading articles anything else?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Airdrops aren't taxed, except you specifically 'apply' for them I got the UNI and AMPL governance token airdrops just for using uniswap/holding AMPL and didn't need to pay taxes on them Also not every transaction is taxed but every exchange to another cryptocurrency (if you made a profit of course)

Mentions:#UNI#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Airdrops are super lucrative, I once received $60k worth of FORTH, a governance token airdropped to AMPL holders. Did I sell? Absolutely not, because I was butt hurt for selling my uniswap airdrop prematurely. I am simply holding FORTH now for a future bullrun

Mentions:#FORTH#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nobody did, it's an LP that started with like 20bnb on a presale. SFM has all of the liquidity. Bunch of swindlers It was one of the ampleforth forks (wouldn't invest in AMPL)

Mentions:#SFM#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The problem is that nobody really agrees on what inflation is. The official numbers come from a heavily criticised calculation involving a basket of goods. Making a crypto rebalance using official figures would be relatively trivial, there are already cryptos like AMPL that rebalance all wallets amounts using some inputs. The problem is, it wouldn't preserve purchasing power as in the stated goal.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think that was 2020. That was before we had people who hunt airdrops for a living. The only criteria was that anyone who had interacted with the smart contract was entitled to the airdrop. My only interaction was receiving some AMPL from another sender.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I bought BTC at $30 when everyone called it a scam. I bought Eth at $30 when all the Maxis called it a scam design to steal BTC. I bought Hex on the open, and made more than I did on the previous two. What do they have in common? They've all been called scams and yet here they all are. I don't buy merch or drink the cool aid. I don't wear BTC shirts, ETH hats, or HEX socks. The hate attention RH has used hasn't been appealing to me, but then again I look at code not founders. I got in on AMPL too early on, its also a soundly coded project, but funny enough RH said it was a stupid project. It had a big runup like Luna and a big crash also. It was new and experimental and I like that. I never yeeted my wad at any token expecting 10000X But when it happens.... don't forget to take profits!! :^)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I got some free Ampleforth, and I think it almost ressembles a stablecoin with its "rebase", or am I missing something? I should swap my AMPL then

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah, I remember getting the Forth token air drop for holding AMPL in my wallet. The air drop was worth 8000 dollars, and the gas fees were 65 dollars to move it to Binance from my Metamask. It's not a big deal considering 8000 dollars, but it would have been the same for smaller amounts.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So to clarify - your bags are ETH FIL AMPL and SHIB right?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Brave browser -> BAT Presearch search engine -> PRE Publich0x -> ETH, AMPL, and SPOT

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

😅Indeed, you've just earned some extra AMPL, me too. It must be your lucky day!

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Is anyone else holding ampleforth AMPL and enjoying the rebases?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Spot is a decentralized, inflation resistant store of value that fills the gap between speculative cryptocurrencies and dollar substitutes. It builds on top of the Ampleforth and Buttonwood protocols and it is governed by FORTH. SPOT will eventually be governed by the governance token of the AMPL ecosystem. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AMPL

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

$AMPL, ampleforth, the rebasing token at the core of the protocol. There's a short video in the link that explains everything pretty succinctly.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Really? MarketCap for SHIB has it ranked #15 due to its quadrillion odd coins. MarketCap has been clearly noted in the article, along with a review and verdict of the coin, but is not the be all and end all of a project. By breaking it down into value, as in under a cent, then under a dollar, under ten dollars, etc, you end up with the shitcoins generally bunched together and the more beneficial projects in the other posts! Literally gave a verdict staying steer clear on most of them. I respect you not wanting to click a link, its to a website where you can post blogs and earn crypto (ETH and AMPL) for reading and writing blog posts.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Decentralized liquidity protocol Aave has temporarily suspended lending markets for 17 tokens to fend off volatility risks that could lead to further attempts at market manipulation. The assets included in the list are Yearn Finance (YFI), Curve Finance (CRV), 0x (ZRX), Decentraland (MANA), 1inch (1INCH), Enjin (ENJ), Ampleforth (AMPL), REN *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You’re right, but these offered APRs are there because they will definitely make more profit, or need coins for liquidity and that’s an easy way to get some. While the pros you are stating here are very legit and accurate, the cons of risking to lose it all for some little return is not worth it imo, especially with coins like polygon or some others, withdrawals are unavailable from time to time to some quite long extents. Also airdrops, you are excluded from airdrops. An year ago AMPL had their governance coin airdropped, 5 digits, no matter the amount, all you had to do is LP them on chain. And any airdrop really, is 1-10% worth when you could be missing on opportunities like this?

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I use Publish0x but only as a reader, if you're constant enough you can make a couple of bucks a month but if you use it occasionally it's not really worth it. I never tried as a publisher but I think if you combine publishing with reading you can get some nice crypto. At the moment you can get ETH and AMPL, withdrawal at 50cents on kucoins and at 5$ if you use another wallet.

Mentions:#ETH#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Is this good for news for the AMPL network?

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's a feature of AMPL, not a bug. The amount of AMPL anyone holds is "re-based" daily to properly represent the percentage of tokens you have. Here's an explanation: https://medium.com/collab-currency/the-rise-and-fall-and-rise-and-fall-of-ampleforth-part-i-cda716dea663

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Aw shit I was too tired to be writing that last night. I meant AMPL not algo. My balance went up n down with it

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What I meant is: are they working one newer one besides their current AMPL one. The title is ambiguous about that.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

How about just summarizing it in text for us? (I'm in a library) Is this any different than AMPL, which uses the rebasing model?

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Title SPOT - A Collateralized Perpetual Note Abstract Since its launch in 2009, Bitcoin has proved to be a resilient, censorship-resistant asset. Like gold and many other physical commodities, Bitcoin does not rely on underlying collateral or any central authority to maintain its state of distribution. However, also like gold, Bitcoin experiences unit-price volatility and deflation, which undermines its use as a unit of account and a near-term store of value. One partial solution is to enable unit-of-account functionality by transferring the volatility of demand from price per token to the quantity of tokens held in user wallets. The Ampleforth protocol, launched in 2019, has shown that this is possible and durable through extreme market conditions. However, holders of AMPL still experience high float volatility, similar in measure to the price volatility that characterizes all digital assets. For this reason, AMPL can be used as a long-run unit of account, but not as a refuge from volatility. The next natural question to ask is: can we abstract AMPL's supply volatility from holders altogether? We think the answer is yes. This paper outlines a mechanism that abstracts AMPL's supply volatility from holders by first resegmenting the underlying supply volatility of AMPL into collateralized tranches, and then issuing SPOT, a perpetual note that is redeemable for a rotating set of senior tranches. Although the SPOT perpetual has no peg and can float without triggering unwanted runs, we expect that SPOT's price will reflect the market value of its underlying collateral. Simply put, SPOT's price distribution should follow that of AML's with almost no exposure to AMPL's supply volatility. If successful, the SPOT protocol would produce an on-chain asset capable of being used as a peer-to-peer digital cash.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Go to the discord and start asking questions. AMPL never failed. I’m crypto it’s number go up and down. Go learn about SPOT and try to understand what makes it different and etc you won’t regret not doing so.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

*“SPOT is a perpetual wrapper that abstracts AMPL's supply volatility from holders. It's price will be similar to AMPL (which targets the CPI adjusted 2019 dollar). The asset can function as both a refuge from volatility and a refuge from inflation”*. Care to elaborate on this?

Mentions:#AMPL#CPI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Kujira is building its own dai clone, usk. Comdex is building a dai clone as well. How comes no one is going for AMPL like solution instead ?

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What I've been doing is looking for big, sudden daily candles (Like AMPL about a week ago or FLM on Jun 12) and if they're rising on no significant news I short them and wait for them to fall. I mostly have only one position open at a time and have most of my assets in the account I'm using in stablecoin. It's been working for me so far, but shorting is scary AF sometimes. It's really helped my carve out my diamond hands lol

Mentions:#AMPL#FLM
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

New coins have a chance. Stuff that was launched 2018 and after. Even OG coins have a chance, but they need to provide something unique, and at an order of magnitude better than its competitors. No idea what AMPL is tho, so I couldn't on that.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am curious how cryptos like AMPL will do this next cycle. It's an interesting solution to managing price stability. It doesn't try to maintain a peg but keeps a relatively tight range. ¯\\\_(ツ)_/¯

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A stablecoin that isn't stable and is backed by AMPL collateral and not USD reserves? It's like all these crypto bros looked at LUNA and said hey! We can do that too! Non-USD reserves will only be reliable when crypto is actually fully adopted around the world and stable in itself. If Bitcoin can lose 60% of it's value in a few months while the rest of the market is down 80-99%, then no crypto can be a reliable reserve. No one should buy into any of these algorithmic crypto backed stablecoins for a long long time

Mentions:#AMPL#LUNA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Ampleforth (AMPL) governance token FORTH rose from $3.80 to a high of $12.50 on Binance before pulling back to $8.27 by 13:30 GMT on July 29, 2022. FORTH was airdropped to participants in the Ampleforth ecosystem in April 2021. Its market cap peaked at $272 million the following month. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; ButtonZero offers users the ability to borrow cash (USDT) using their cryptocurrency holdings as collateral (ETH, wBTC, AMPL) at a fixed rate with zero coupon payments, zero liquidations, and zero margin calls. Each token is stratified into three different bonds in the way of low risk + medium risk + high risk, namely A-Tranche (low risk bond), B-Tranches (medium risk bond) and Z-Tr *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nope it's the easiest one. aka wAMPL wraps what ? AMPL I was pretty sure of myself on this one

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

**New Coinbase learn and earn** Answer 1: *holding a fixed percentage of the AMPL network* 2: *10 million* 3: *Voting* Enjoy that free crypto!

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

CoinBase has a new earn activity for wAMPL. Just gonna drop the answers for y'all down below: A1/ holding a fixed percentage of the AMPL network. A2/ 10 Million A3/ Voting Enjoy the free $3

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have no strategy or ambassador links I just grind it out over a year. Especially now with the market down you’re getting a lot more for less. I only earned like five dollars in AMPL but I was still able to claim the airdrop and it was $1100 so it’s definitely worth it

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Publish 0x is great! I got like two AMPL tokens from publish and was able to claim the FORTH airdrop. So it’s definitely worth it just do it everyday.

Mentions:#AMPL#FORTH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Long Live AMPL

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Not familiar with the others, but ampleforth definitely isn’t a risk-off asset as far as stablecoins go. It maintains its peg by increasing or decreasing its own supply, so if you had 1000 AMPL, you might end up with, say, 500 AMPL after several rebases.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If value is stored in hard assets like BTC, debt and borrowed amounts would benefit from a unit of account with an elastic supply that factors in market conditions and speculators also. I like the design of AMPL because growth cycles are like a rising tide for all boats. The AMPL approach also dispenses with the pretense of 'backing trust' in favor of network participation. In a trustless exchange system, this gives people with assets to borrow the best opportunity to pay back debts regardless of market conditions - it's not a stablecoin, but with high enough volume and participation it could resemble one.

Mentions:#BTC#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Oh god, another one of these. “When price is higher than AMPL's target, the number of AMPL tokens in user wallets automatically increases.” This is a perfect example of a system that relies on on fools believing that it’s worth what its said to be worth. The logic is “oh, the price of AMPL is dropping, but like I have more tokens so that makes it okay! More tokens = more value right?” No. Imagine you were trying to buy the entire AMPL network. Who cares if there is one token or a million? That doesnt change the value of the network. This is exactly what happened to Iron network. Someone exploited it making the value drop, generating more tokens, and selling those tokens (and therefore making the value drop even more). This effectively created a negative feedback cycle that drove the price down to 0 within a matter of minutes.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Search for Ampleforth's AMPL, it's quite interesting

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>but your 5000 ampl debt would be a 5000 ampl debt plus interest You seem to be intentionally ignoring that your one bitcoin debt is still one bitcoin too. >Per your "better to hold cash" argument, 8% inflation (reported) would beg to differ. AMPL adds no value to lending. If it's good for one side of the debt, it isn't good for the other because your debt doesn't rebase like it should. At best it's a stable coin with an added speculation value that is unpredictable and terrible for lending. It's not an accident that nobody uses it. Imagine lending it. It's a token that people buy because they don't understand it.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's completely wrong. If you borrow and hold AMPL you may have to buy more to repay your loan. If you buy and hold BTC you will not. Whoever has to hold AMPL over time takes all the risk. If you convert either to cash you will have to repay any cash price increase in the debt. It's being marketed to people who aren't able to figure it out, and are simple speculators that have never tried to use it.

Mentions:#AMPL#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Anyone remember that pizza guy that made the first popular stablecoin AMPL? I bought a bit of that and forgot about them. Then I accidentally claimed their FORTH airdrop and incurred income tax, but didn't sell. Then I sold FORTH at a loss in order to pay the tax. But thanks, pizza guy, for the early lesson to stay clear of Luna.

Mentions:#AMPL#FORTH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I see what you're saying. AMPL is a lot simpler, and UST exists to try more complicated things. UST is a novel project. Building a stable coin on its own chain gives it very interesting advantages. UST's peg is still working like it always has, and it predictably depegs when people get scared. The bigger UST gets, the more new users there are to panic (and I don't feel sorry for Do Kwon at all). Eventually everyone will realize there's a repeg limit (which governance votes will keep adjusting), and maybe someone will think of a better solution. But prolonged depegs are primarily caused by panic, and every time there's a Twitter brigade saying "UST is on the verge of collapse." No one that stays in Terra for the next crash is going to be worried. Eventually people will understand that the peg mechanic works. I don't see any better algorithmic stable coin projects on the market (although Shade and Silk could be interesting), and certainly none of them have been tested as hard as Terra. It's not a finished project, and it's not going to replace USD for everyone, but it's not really important what the US does in the long run. All non-cbdc's are devaluing and double spending dollars, as every synthetic asset does, so it's unlikely that any non-government USD stable coin will be legal there. That won't stop the rest of the world though. I use stable coins for defi, so it doesn't make any sense to use a stable coin that can be censored. Algo stables are a young technology still, but there's a big market for them.

Mentions:#AMPL#UST
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I mean you're comparing UST to something that is currently, and usually, more depegged than UST is right now, during its worst depeg in a year. So that's not a very serious argument. I don't know anything about AMPL's decentralization, but TFL has been entirely open about the fact that they are building a DAO for the UST reserve, and that their liquidity got attacked before the reserve was supposed to be deployed. I haven't seen any community members object to the multisig loaning the reserve to provide the LP that the reserves were designed to provide. Obviously that won't be how it works once there is a DAO for the reserve. And the LP reserves did nothing to fix the peg, because the only way to risklessly arbitrage the peg is to burn UST, which the LPs can't do (deep off-chain liquidity is important for helping prevent depegs). UST burns are limited by the protocol parameters to $300M/day to prevent burn attacks, so that's why the repeg is always slow, and why LPs are so important.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

From a purchasing power/investment perspective, buying AMPL is no different than buying any other coin with a fixed supply. If the market cap goes down, you lose money like any other coin. AMPL has one use case, and many of the people who own it don't really even understand what that is. Like a stable coin, smart contracts or any agreement with a prolonged settlement period can be denominated in AMPL *without the recipient* worrying about price fluctuations. AMPL serves the exact same functional purpose as a stable coin, but it adds a speculation investment value for early holders. Stable coins only make money if you invest them. AMPL makes money for early adopters, and unlike a stable coin, if AMPL adoption and use stop growing holders will lose money too. *This means that it is dangerous for a merchant to hold during a prolonged contract settlement. To be of any use to merchants, neither side can hold AMPL. They must buy/sell it immediately to avoid volatility.* Which is easy for a buyer in a prolonged settlement to do, but impossible for the seller. This narrow use case of AMPL attracts speculators when it's going up and disincentizes holding when it's momentum is going down, making it horribly volatile. AMPL's market cap chart makes BTC look like a stable coin. Probably very few holders have any understanding of it. It's almost entirely used by speculators gambling on momentum. AMPL value is a lot less stable than UST.

Mentions:#AMPL#BTC#UST
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That’s what mine was doing before I got AMPL 😮

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Which category doesn’t AMPL (and their about-to-launch stable coin backed by it, SPOT)?

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm sorry OP but looking through your history you seem to constantly go for low cap unknown coins. Vethor, AMPL... What makes you think this project is going to be any different? or are you just jumping between projects hoping you find the one. Serious question I just don't why you'd waste so much energy on 'low cap gems' when you can just hold the solid projects on top 20 and get 10x over the next few years.

Mentions:#OP#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AMPL holders actually believe this. Sadly no joke.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AMPL - the world's reserve currency my ass

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Pegging to a Fiat seems to defeat the purpose, AMPL for lyfe

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

You don't have to hold all of the tokens you get. Sell half and hodl the rest. I got an AMPL airdrop earlier this year worth more than 15k. I immediately sold 10k worth and now the remaining 5k is worth 900 😂. So you see you can still make bank hodling.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Good projects in my opinion, I don't think if they have use case for the token tho. Kylin network KYL Frontier's FRONT Ampleforth's governance Token FORTH. I would stay away from their AMPL token if you don't understand it. COTI Unifi protocol

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think they can reach around 0.50c with maybe some fairly stable pricing around 0.35c. Itd make sense that they are valued lower than a tipping crypto such as BAT, and it wouldn't make logical sense for a tipping crypto to be worth more than 0.50-1.00. AMPL, FARM etc are used for similar purposes so think the market gives some decent guidance price wise as to what to expect in future.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

USDC is fiat-backed, no? ESD is algorithmically pegged to USDC. Maybe you are thinking of UST or AMPL being algorithmic stablecoins?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's the goal of some stable coins or projects trying to act like stablecoins such as AMPL

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you have the option to get any crypto you want as payment, I would choose a Stable coin, like UST, USDC, or AMPL (if you don't understand it it might be risky). I wouldn't accept BTC just because I would like to buy whenever I see fit, and if I get my pay, what if btc just drops 10% and down goes my payment aswell. I would just stick to FIAT, and buy crypto with bank cards or wire transfer

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you had withdrawn that $3 AMPL into a personal wallet, you could have been eligible for $4000 worth FORTH governance tokens.

Mentions:#AMPL#FORTH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just a reminder that you can earn FARM reading content on Publish0x, about $4 in a couple of months in my case, it ain't much but it's honest work. You can also earn AMPL

Mentions:#FARM#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

UNI and AMPL gave away free $$$$ for using their products. In the sum of thousands. Yes its rare but they exist.

Mentions:#UNI#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I had a tiny bit of AMPL from LP pool, man that airdrop was nuts of FORTH - sold it, did a little swing trading back and out, that was a damn good month!!

Mentions:#AMPL#FORTH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In my opinion donating AMPL by Ampleforth is the most confusing, funniest and asshole thing to do, so I would do that. Lmao

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AMPL is perfect for swing traders. Just look at it's chart; it's very predictable.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I dare you to look up AMPL from Ampleforth

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The most complicated stable coin is might be Ampleforth's AMPL. "pegged" to the 2019 us dollar. You should make a post about it

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AMPL, STX, LUNA, FRONT, and even SHIB all moved like 25%+ today. If you're day trading don't fall in love with specific coins. Just cos yours didn't move today doesn't mean the whole market was stagnant. It moves in waves.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You can also use read(dot)cash and noise(dot)cash to earn BCH for free. The catch is contributing via posts, articles and comments same like here to earn crypto. Also try publish0x. It is a website where you can read articles and news about crypto. And once you read you and the author gets tipped from the website. The amount is pre decided by the website and you define the ratio of the split between you and the author. The cryptos you earn are AMPL or FARM. If you have any questions let me know.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The last 2 on my list today COP, AMPL

Mentions:#COP#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Did you calculate the rebase value for AMPL? It always goes back to $1, so any snapshot may show a large gain or loss.

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

fuckin AMPL, everywhere I go, AMPL this AMPL that

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Borrowers make back whatever interest they are charged from the rebase. Borrower borrows 100 AMPL 5 percent rebase incoming. Borrower pays 167,000% APY (evaluates to 2% APR a day) Borrower takes home 3 percent profit, after the borrowed AMPL is rebased to 105, they are able to pay back the 100 borrowed ample plus the 2% interest fee.

Mentions:#AMPL#APY#APR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hey, I might be late to the party, but I want to help out anyone who's in a similar situation to OP. There's a couple of ways that I make some crypto regularly for free and maybe you will like them too. 1. Coinbase Earn (requires you to make an account as well as KYC verification, so if you're not ok with that, just skip it). Coinbase offers some quick presentations/quizes about certain cryptocurrencies that reward you with a small amount in that currency (usually it's 3$). 2. Brave Browser. Brave is a somewhat similar browser to Chrome in my opinion, but it runs faster, has a built in addblocker and doesn't share your data with Google. Also, while using Brave you will receive up to 10 small popups with ads per hour in the bottom right corner of your screen that reward you with BAT cryptocurrency. PRO TIP: Brave also awards small amount of BAT (0,005 or 0,010 for me) every time you open a new tab and it has an ad in the background. Every \~1,5 hours you can open a new tab, refresh until you see the page with an advertisement, wait like 2 seconds and refresh until you get another one. You can do it 4 times each \~1,5 hours as I mentioned earlier. 3. Cointiply phone app. One of those apps that let you do surveys, watch short video ads, PTC (pay to click) adds as well as complete offers from offer walls (play games, install aps etc). Personally, I don't like surveys, so I focus on other ways to earn there and I make 10-15$ each month while having some fun. Totally recommend. 4. Publish0x. Publish0x is a new site where you can read various articles about crypto and tip the authors (tips are sponsored by the website) while keeping some of the tip for yourself (you can go up to 20% for author, 80% for you). This way you earn small ammount of AMPL or FARM. You can tip 6 times a day (with 10 minutes cooldown between tips) if I remember correctly, so it's nothing big, but it's still free and not time consuming. Best of luck to you, OP and to everyone else. I hope I was able to help at least one person :)

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Jumping into that AMPL positive rebase baby!!!!!

Mentions:#AMPL
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I suppose it depends on how you want to split them up tbh. In terms of their purpose/ what the project is aiming to provide, there’s also some more exotic ones like: Decentralised storage: Filecoin Decentralised Internet: Helium Internet of Things: IOTX, Fetch AI. and then if you want to look at the actual purpose of the token, or the way the specific token works, you might look at more stuff like: Governance tokens: Moons, FORTH Rebase Tokens: AMPL

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I like to read up on a page, that also pays out small amounts of crypto (AMPL and FARM) for reading the articles. Two birds one stone they say...

Mentions:#AMPL#FARM
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Your question is not dumb. However the real valuable airdrops are not the ones using profiles, Facebook etc. The real ones are through using DeFi crypto protocols like Uniswap, AMPL, XRP trustlines etc. Uniswap airdrop was worth $12000 AMPL depending on use +$10000 Recent ELS XRP trustline: about $1000 Using crypto usually ends up in retroactive airdrops. Those "sign up for 50 cents airdrops" are simply not worth it.

Mentions:#AMPL#XRP
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What about Deposit APY 87,560.51% Deposit APR 677.61% for AMPL on aave

Mentions:#APY#APR#AMPL
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AMPL Ampleforth

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Put $500 into AMPL… months later they announced their governance token and my share netted around $18k. I was broke at the time and I didn’t know what to do with myself. Definitely bought me some time.

Mentions:#AMPL
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AMPL

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All the AMPL that was on there, the available liquidity, just disappeared... It was at 400 when I first saw it. Then it went up to 500 Now its 0... What happened???

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Price of AMPL is way off $1 though. Does that not mean you could lose 60% if it returns back to the target price?

Mentions:#AMPL
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>2050d489dbd938a2c909a5d5039a161-0xd46ba6d942050d489dbd938a2c909a5d5039a1610xb53c1a33016b2dc2ff3653530bff1848a515c8c5 > >I'm surprised this hasn't really been mentioned here or in the general cryptosphere... > >It seems that AMPL has introduced being able to 'borrow' against it's rebase(basically a daily percentage increase of supply) on Aave, which introduces a uniqu It's here. [https://app.aave.com/#/reserve-overview/0xd46ba6d942050d489dbd938a2c909a5d5039a161-0xd46ba6d942050d489dbd938a2c909a5d5039a1610xb53c1a33016b2dc2ff3653530bff1848a515c8c5](https://app.aave.com/#/reserve-overview/0xd46ba6d942050d489dbd938a2c909a5d5039a161-0xd46ba6d942050d489dbd938a2c909a5d5039a1610xb53c1a33016b2dc2ff3653530bff1848a515c8c5) It's also been updated in the first post

Mentions:#AMPL
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Can someone please post the link? I can't seem to find AMPL on Aave

Mentions:#AMPL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The this comes from AAVE. It is not from AMPL. The interest payments come from borrowers who pay the interest rate. It does not come from some dilutive token drip but rather from free market conditions of borrowing and lending on AAVE. People are willing to borrow AMPL from AAVE at high interest rates and pay out high interest rates to do so. You should look at the fees this generates for the AAVE platform, it is very good for AAVE at the same time as it is good for lenders and borrowers.

Mentions:#AAVE#AMPL
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tldr; Ampleforth has launched on Avalanche. The move will allow DeFi protocols on Avalanche to use the AMPL token as a stable unit of account. Ampleforth markets itself as a direct competitor to centrally-backed stablecoins. Avalanche currently supports $8.6 billion of liquidity. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Thanks to the pump i doubled my $1 in AMPL earned on Publish0x

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A couple things: 1) the whale has still not closed his short. 2) the market action of late is purely due to short term traders seeing an opportunity to profit from the rebase mechanism. (I.e. the PRL lending app hasn’t been launched, and AMPL cannot be used as collateral). These are utilities that have huge potential for adding to the ecosystem long term.

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Bullish on AMPL! Let's set some record ATHs!

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Share more info in AMPL please 😁

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tldr; Ampleforth (AMPL-USD) is 23.42% up over the last 12 hours. Ampleforth’s current value is at $1.95 which is 1148.95% above its all-time low of $4.07 at Thursday, 31 October. The stochastic oscillator, a useful indicator of overbought and oversold conditions, is considered to be oversold *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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