> So no more whales basically ? What do you mean no more whales? Ever since the ''sunsetting'' token has far less holders with meaningful amount of moons. Yes, Reddit is no longer a whale, but moons right now are now far less diluted between many holders, and few dozen whales hold a big amount of total supply. > Get this token on SOL, bring those fee's right down. Moons are on Arb Nova. Fees would not be lower on Solana, ARB Nova's fees are fraction of a fraction of a cent.
My main holdings are on the slow uptrend. I read today that a snapshot has been taken for Starknet... airdrop eligibility criteria will be released in the near future. I've been playing around with Starknet, ZKSync, Linea, Base, Polygon zkEVM - on the off chance they do airdrops similar to ARB
ARB is like top 3 in TVL yet its marketcap is still low and price moving too slow. Their token is only for governance maybe thats why. They need to make it like MATIC that their chain will use ARB as gas fee and it will instant x3-x5 in price .
LINK is quality. RNDR is looking like it will outperform and has AI narrative. OP & ARB have potential but have some inflationary events they’ll have to overcome. VET is trash. ALGO is good tech but is trash under current leadership. Don’t know enough about the others to comment.
This Jobs4RCP task is now complete: [Task Request - create a short report detailing when each of the major L2 Rollups are planning to remove their centralized training wheels and implement decentralized sequencing - Payment: 4000 DONUT](https://np.reddit.com/r/jobs4rcp/comments/16y38g9/task_request_create_a_short_report_detailing_when/) Here's an automatically generated summary of the responses that give an idea of when we can expect a few major Ethereum Layer 2 projects to implement decentralized sequencing: 1\. **ZkSync Era (Matter Labs)** * **Summary**: ZkSync Era, launched in March 2023, is planning to implement ZkPorter, a trustless scaling protocol. The transition to zkPorter involves several stages, including testnets and token launch, with a timeline expected to span up to 6 months, potentially culminating in Q2 2024. * **Author**: OldDomainer 2\. **Arbitrum** * **Summary**: Arbitrum's plan for decentralization involves transitioning to a distributed committee of sequencers. Although the exact timeline for this transition is not specified, they are committed to this path and have launched a native token, ARB, for governance. Arbitrum had a TVL of $2.18 billion as of March 2023. * **Author**: PoojaaPriyaa 3\. **Optimism** * **Summary**: Optimism is developing a Proof of Concept decentralized sequencer and plans to transition to decentralized sequencing. Like Arbitrum, Optimism has not provided a specific timeline but is committed to this direction. The OP token was launched for governance in May 2022. * **Author**: PoojaaPriyaa 4\. **dYdX** * **Summary**: dYdX, a decentralized exchange using StarkEx for Zk-rollups, planned to launch a fully decentralized version (v4) by the end of 2022. This includes decentralizing the orderbook and matching engine. The community governs the platform through DYDX tokens. * **Author**: cryotosensei
Surely diversification is apreciated! I guess I'd go for something similar, but would increase the allocation on BTC and ETH slightly, and I'd swap Cardano for Arbitrum. With the $2k spare, I guess I'd go like $1000 into DIA (small cap oracle) and if listed already $1000 into ADE (small cap RWA telecommunication tokenization) $2500 BTC $2500 ETH $1000 ARB $1000 LINK $1000 AVAX $1000 DIA $1000 ADE
ATOM and it’s not even close. Don’t even waste your time staking ada or dot. ATOM has - 1) the highest APY of all 3 (literally more than 6 times higher than ada, meaning that you would have to stake ada for 6 years to earn what atom staking earns you in a single year). And also ATOM has free restaking which means those juicy APR rewards turn into an even higher APY % bc of the power of compounding. - The highest deflation of all 3 assets of you take into account both the total inflation and deflation - your staking rewards. - The most airdrops BY FAR. If you’re well known in the crypto space or on ct (crypto twitter) you probably already know this. To prove this I’ll take myself as example. A couple of months ago I had approximately $3k staked in ATOM. In the past couple of months alone i have earned NTRN, ARCH, Celestia and PYTH which were worth between $500 (ntrn) to $3k (tia). I now literally more than doubled atom staking bag + bridged some over to other chains to go for other opportunities (RNDR, ARB, and some other coins). And of course I now also earn the juicy 22% APY of staking rewards on all those juicy airdrops that I swapped for ATOM and staked!
Generally, I agree. But SOL is technologically outclassed by AVAX, MATIC, ARB, and OP. While multiple chains will likely survive moving forward, SOL has already been boosted (by Ftx) while the others have not despite the others all having superior metrics. Next cycle, the others will out gain SOL, especially once Ftx begins dumping it's coins
Don't know why people here hate Solana so much. Solana is pumping because retail and institutional investors are moving to Solana. They see it as the one crypto with the best shot of gaining mainstream adoption. Think about the average person for a moment. The average person does not care about FTX, SBF, VCs, decentralization, outages, any other talking points people make here, however valid they are. The average person cares about low fees, speed, ease of use. And Solana has all three. Compare that to ETH L2s like ARB, OP and Polygon so heavily promoted here which not only have higher fees, but are also slower and more difficult to use.
Why did you buy BONK on ARB where there is little-to-no-liquidity? BONK is a Solana token. You want to invest in BONK, go buy some SOL and convert it to BONK. Tbh OP, I don't know if you can ever get your money out without taking a loss. Most likely all you can do right now is hope and pray BONK gets big enough that people on the ARB chain start buying up BONK there so liquidity goes up.
Airdrops typically require interacting with networks with your own wallet. For example. I use Rabby Wallet. (Better than Metamask IMO) I have been doing the following; Ive used Orbiter.finance to bridge eth to respective networks On respective networks, Every week or so, I trade USDC/ETH one way or the other based on price. Linea - via Sushiswap Base - via Sushiswap PolygonZKEVM - via sushiswap ZKSync - via mute.io Now, it's all speculation on whether what I'm doing will qualify for an airdrop. But if any one of them can be as lucrative as the ARB airdrop was, it'll be well worth it!
Don’t use official bridge. Orbiter, stargate, etc. plenty of options. You don’t have to buy/sell/send $ARB, you can send ETH, USDT, USDC? What does your location have to do with that? I’m looking through my exchanges and every major one supports arbitrum network. If somehow yours don’t, just bridge to BSC or matic or something so you don’t have to pay eth fees.
Eth and BTC are too expensive for small money to use. Use a Layer2 on eth like OP or ARB, use Polygon, Solana. If you're new and want to "do things" id recommend An Alt-ecosystem over ETH. Solana, Cosmos, polygon, etc.. https://www.coingecko.com/en/categories/layer-2 ~ list of layer 2s to explore and read about. BECAUSE NO ONE wants to pay$/.$100 to swap ETH one way, on a DEX, or $1000 to mint Fresh token.. https://www.coingecko.com/en/categories/smart-contract-platform ~ ETH alts. ETH and BTC are great, if you have enough to afford the fees, but they're not for the common folk to use anymore we've been priced out years ago... I still recommend buying ETH and BTC for long term, but if you want to actually Use the tokens and Do things Pick an ecosystem with Dirt cheap Transactions.... Welcome to crypto, Good luck out there.
My wife said it was going to 600 near the top and we put in 6k so don't find her bags till it gets to 220 please. I like most of the community there but the total network outages were very uncomfortable. I've got almost no capital on chain and the things I cared about the most moved to arbitrum. I am not going to pretend I understand what's going to happen. I got in on a tip from a friend and learned a lot about Solana and blockchain through experience. I'm unsure how much it makes sense to go non-evm at this point. The lions share of money is still on ETH and probably always will be. Hot chains right now like OP AVAX and ARB might remain up there with Polygon and BSC. It's easy to pick the dominant winners and I learned from trading degen options you do better when you swim with the pod. Getting into alt chains under AVAX volume might make sense in a world where you can't be making money on OP but there's no barrier to entry to any of them... If you have the capital to invest on ETH the money is there for the taking. If you are stingy or broke like my ass, you use the other top 5 networks. Why go lower and lose out on the compound effects of volume?
Beware, there is arbitrum one, and arbitrum nova. One is kind of a "sub ethereum" network, and nova is a "sub one" network. Your moons are on arbitrum nova. If you ever used moons, like to buy tiles and customize them fron moontiles, or made some operations with them, you are in for a pleasant surprise. Add arbitrum one network, and the ARB token. You may have gotten some during the airdrop that happened a while ago.
Arbitrum had my vote and then they released ARB and I was like, OK just another shit project. If I’m going to go with a project that has their own token it’s going to be Polygon. They have made the most advancements and I think they will dominate alongside ETH in the future.
I’m pretty much a noob as well. Most advanced thing I managed to trip my way through was claiming the ARB airdrop. Some other kind Redditor helped me out with it too, so paying it forward. Hope the proceeds from your Moons gets you a nice dinner out or something 😃
I got got earlier this year for about 1 ETH this way. Several top comments with 30+ upvotes each and dozens of comments in each thread (none calling it out as a scam) mentioned this service with a link for bridging something (I forget the particulars) and on another day I would have just not clicked it but I was tired and had been clicking links and signing MetaMask requests for hours and the red flag just didn’t occur… and BAM my entire ARB airdrop plus a couple avatar sales profits gone in an instant.
I would adjust your portfolio to: 1. 50% minimum. (100% BTC is always good too) 2. 25% to big caps like ETH, Atom, Link which you already have. 3. 15% new cycle coins that don't have bag holders from last cycle. (Like OP, ARB) 4. 10% to new cycle memes (Pepe, HarryPotterObamaSonic10Inu)
Yes, and the difference with Matic is the fact that on Polygon (Matic) network you pay gas fees with Matic, so Matic as token has a big use case. On other hand, OP and ARB are pretty good L2s, but their token is not used to pay gas fees (it still uses Ethereum), so OP and ARB are just governance tokens. I mean they're still gonna pump no matter what in bull-run, especially if Ethereum keeps being popular and they don't solve gas issues on mainnet.
Matic almost back to $1. Will the smartasses that were just a week ago being smartasses saying: ''Eeehm Matic will not be going up, what is the point with all the L2 competition blah blah blah.'' It is still the most affordable sidechain and more affordable than those L2s like OP and ARB, both for transaction and bridging. And the token actually has a usecase, not just governance.
It's the best time before the bull market hits in. I think investing in newly launched tokens from projects that have been around for a while with good products is the best option. ARB will be a good one. CAKE and INJ as well. One new token to look at is SUPRA.
Nice post! Being a long-term investor means holding solid projects and being patient. It seems patience is the best skill we can have right now. Holding- large caps BTC ETH DOT, low caps DIA OCEAN DAFI Diversification is a good way to manage the risk. I am looking to increase L1 INJ and L2 ARB bags, plus waiting for ADE to get listed. Liquid staking has been my favorite strategy for passive income since the Shangai upgrade. I'm using Lido and Stader.
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Aimw advice that I got was to look at narratives first, and then pick some good coins from those categories. For example gaming, Defi, exchange coins, layer zero, etc Some good coins that I'm in are ZIL, INJ, Myria, Tenet, ARB
10 is a great amount to own. Majority in BTC/ETH. Then 5-6 alt coins. I personally have some BNB, MATIC, IMX, ARB, CRO, and Solana. I'm big on Layer 2s and want to expand a bit more. Then I have a few small meme coins as a what if
Honestly? This sub will shit on me for it but I don’t care. SOLBTC, look at it on the 1D and 1W. Bounced hard off of 0.0005 twice. Compare this to AVAXBTC, ADABTC, other dinosaurs like NEOBTC. Even DOGEBTC is looking a bit rough, although I’d very much consider buying in around the 100 sats marker. “You can be right or you can make money”. Solana might be shite, but the most hated scams pump the hardest. Most alts right now (even newer ones like ARB) just look like ass paired against BTC. With a lot of these you’re buying a falling knife. It could stop falling, doesn’t change the fact that they’re still falling knifes at the moment.
COTI and VRA look interesting, but I'm not that familiar with the other ones. I'd keep both and keep DCAing until the next bull run. I wouldn't cut losses if they keep building. Sometimes it takes way too much, but the profits come. If you like Metaverse, then RMRK and SAND can be good options. I'd also expand to quality chains like ARB and OP and Oracles like DIA and LINK. Diversify up to 10 - 15 altcoins if you can.
GMX has a really great DEX UI and UX, on Arbitrum. I've gotten quite a few 'grandmas' to use it without much assistance, to farm the ARB airdrop. What kind of UX are you talking about? My stock apps are all rather clunky contrast to DeFi, and my CEXs are all full of dark patterns and hidden fees.
For all you ARB holders, don't forget to sell your ARB at least at the beginning of next year. These guys will unlock 1.11 billion tokens in March. To put it into perspective, current circulating supply is 1.3 billion. They will almost double it in 5 months lol.
Thanks but one of those things with making money. I have my limits - e.g. I won't invest in war stocks and such. And with crypto I try not to invest in tokens with no utility (outside of voting - e.g. ARB, OPT, etc.) But SOL has something going for it. Perhaps it is where old school decentralized networks meets industry, to a point anyway.
Easy => ARB You could put 100% of your portfolio right now and exit by March 2025 at 30X/50X or even more. Why?? Right now is at a ridiculous 1bn mcap. Go enter the top chains in coinmarketcap, select all timeframe and let it show the chart in mcap. Take note of the ATH (in mcap terms) You'll find for example: BNB = 108 BN (ATH), 644 protocols (right now, not at ATH) MATIC = 20 BN, 469 protocols (right now, not at ATH) AVAX = 30 BN, 326 protocols (right now, not at ATH) CRONOS = 22 BN, 102 protocols (right now, not at ATH) ARB already has 470 protocols (right now) with only 1 BN.. You do the math.
I sold it soon after the drop. Unfortunately I did not do the same with AIDOGE but hey, still happy about the freebies. What would worry me if I still had ARB would be the low circulating supply of only 13%. When are the other 87% hitting the market & what will that mean for the price? I don't regret selling ARB.