Savings accounts are offering more attractive APYs but Crypto still dominates. Where are you parking your coins to make the most of your investments?
Here’s how ChatGPT-4 spends $100 in crypto trading
What Is Your Strategy Once Your Portfolio Is Even?
How many coins are actually useful and actually solve a problem?
Important: crypto_com is changing many of the deposit addresses so make sure to updated else your funds could be lost.
Biggest Movers: ATOM, SOL Remain Close to Multi-Week Highs, as Markets Consolidate Recent Gains – Market Updates Bitcoin News
Cosmos V9-Lambda upgrade is complete - Replicated security is live!
The highly anticipated Cosmos Lambda upgrade is upon us - replicated security launching tomorrow
Who else here holds ZERO Bitcoin? What’s your reason?
ATOM bulls watch closely as Cosmos interchain security prepares for March 15 launch
Cosmos ATOM Defies Gravity as the DXY Sell-Off Intensifies
Coinbase Announces Staked Assets Could Be Lost - Reminder To Get Your Assets Off Exchanges
Coinbase changes t&c on how they give out staking rewards & unstaking duration.
Buy the Dip. Remember what you wanted 1 week/month ago. This is it.
A scam proposal is currently up on the Cosmos hub for voting - Do not click on the links associated with it. make sure to vote NoWithVeto so the scammers lose their deposit
is DYOR less effective today then what it used to be?
Top 25 projects on November 14th 2021 (2 days after ATH) and now.
What’s kept you interested and motivated to stay active in crypto, during the bear market?
Cosmos IBC and Interchain Security. Brief overview
Has anyone started investing in LSDs (liquid stake derivatives) ?
Addressing the IBC and the Cosmos Hubs, Interchain Security. Small overview
Addressing the IBC and Interchain Security. Small overview
Addressing the IBC and Interchain Security. Small overview
Which altcoin do you think has groundbreaking technology that could truly bring crypto to wide adoption...but somehow never made it?
It takes a while to really find the chains and ecosystems you interact with daily
Liquid Staking Derivatives opportunities?
What’s a blockchain or ecosystem that you use daily or a few times a week?
New token ATOM Protocol Looks good!
Cosmos Community Narrowly Approves Spend Proposal for Turkey Earthquake Relief Through Decentralized Vote
10 Underrated Cryptocurrencies to Watch in 2023
Liquid staking, Interchain Security and the fight against centralization and censorship on the Cosmos Hub
Cosmos replicated security (formerly Interchain security v1) proposal is now live on Cosmos ecosystem for voting.
What’s been your interest or motive for being in crypto, during the bear?
PSA: Don't hold DOT or ATOM in Germany
Earn crypto by staking your assets (via Ledger Live, without moving assets to a CEX; ETH, SOL, ATOM, DOT)
If you had to dump 1 coin from your portfolio which one would it be and why ?
Which projects, from a development team perspective, are you still following with interest?
First Ever Layer-2 Coming to Cosmos (ATOM)
I went and bought MOONs to see how complicated it was... Here's my expeience
Are Cosmos’ ecosystem growth and roadmap enough to sustain ATOM’s current 50% monthly rally?
Crypto.com removing several tokens from Earn and revising rates again
LTC Races to 9-Month High, ATOM Extends Recent Gains – Market Updates Bitcoin News
How they are killing crypto without anyone noticing.
Which Crypto Projects did you actually successfully shilled to someone?
The risk you should be aware of with staking ATOM, DOT and AVAX
All you need to know about POS and POW Consensus Mechanism
What's the best way to consolidate various assets and save on fees?
Data Drought: Are Asian Crypto Exchanges Holding Back Information?
Biggest Movers: ATOM Hits 2-Month High, as XRP Extends Recent Gains – Market Updates Bitcoin News
Earn passive crypto income with Proof-of-stake cryptocurrency (PoS)
The unspoken truth about ALGO governance program
[Serious] What would it take for to give up on crypto entirely?
A comparison of crypto and other investments this year. It's been a bad year for most investments, and there weren't too many options where your money was safe from the economic crisis. But despite a recession, Bitcoin is continuing to perform better in this bear market than in previous ones.
Despite the bad times, I am super appreciative of all the good gestures throughout my crypto journey.
Alt's crash - subs favorite ALTS have fallen 10% to 20% in the last hour
Why now is the perfect time to look into the Cosmos Ecosystem
The Cosmos and a Sovereign Governance Module. The complicated “how to” for decentralizing The Hub and other blockchains to become uncensorable.
The ANTI-SHILL post for COSMOS. Why the project could fail, and how the data tells that story.
Who will make it to your Reddit Recollection list?
Coinbase has Raised Fees on Locked Staking Assets
[SERIOUS] What would you consider the biggest concerns with your favourite coins? DOT, ATOM, LINK, ADA, MATIC, NEAR, etc. I would love to hear healthy constructive criticism OR reasons why you didn’t invest into certain projects.
Cosmos Ecosystem/IBC governance and decentralization. Cosmos may be in the process of creating the most efficient Democratic Republic Governance structure.
Decentralization, Governance and how Cosmos ($ATOM and IBC) has the potential to create the newest and most efficient form of a Democratic Republic ever
What mindsets do you think are necessary for a successful crypto investor?
Whats the optimal amount of maximum supply for a Coin?
Opinion: Exchanges are the key to mass adoption
Why I am strongly against crypto regulation.
Am I better off investing in MATIC than ATOM?
Bull Market is happening where you'd least expect it
Crypto Portfolio Tracking App?
How does Kraken staking work without unbonding periods?
Crazy high staking APY% on DeFi. Too good to be true?
Cosmos Blockchain Founder Kwon Says He Is Against Proposed Changes to ATOM Token
Favorite Alt Coins to survive the bear?
How are alt-coins holding up so well?
Which alt coin/s make up the biggest % of your portfolio?
What did you guys buy in this dip ? I bought some ATOM and MATIC.
Back to the plan. Bought some BTC, ETH, ATOM, ADA, IMX and CRO today.
I actually wish for more time for me to be able to accumulate enough BTC, ETH, MATIC and ATOM before the next bull season. I also have my eyes on an upcoming project, Weaver Labs (ADE) which is focusing on democratizing connectivity with support from big names like Samsung, Nokia, European Space Agency, and so on.
Why some may agree or disagree, I believe that a balanced portfolio will have BTC, ETH and few altcoins in it. The type of altcoins will depend on the person's interest and risk tolerance level. For me, I prefer well established altcoins with use cases such as MATIC, ATOM, CTSI, FTM, FET, BNB, just to mention a few.
ATOM is only down 6.25%, thank god!!
I haven't been shilled ATOM in like 6 or 7 months dude, wtf is going on
Everything is build in ATOM
I guess I’ll buy more ATOM 🤷♂️
![gif](giphy|2HtWpp60NQ9CU) you and Bitwise holding ATOM
ATOM FTW! It my main shitcoin, I have a decent %
Some ATOM as well, although I'm a baby cosmonaut
Just bought some more DOT and ATOM (of course) What are we buying today?
I get nearly 20% from staking ATOM.
Just ATOM nowadays, along with BTC and ETH.
Nice! I was getting 14 for my ATOM a while back and loved it.
I don't try to hunt behind the biggest possible APY on my Crypto as many of the highest APY are usually just scams. Park it in a wallet and have some in staking of there is a lucrative program, like ATOM has amazing staking APY.
Im getting 21% for my ATOM staked on a dex! Its my best and biggest bag. I hope moons will take over tho :D
I’m still pretty new, First bought in early 2020. ETH and BTC are the only ones I actively buy. I hold polygon and ATOM though. I typed all this to say I completely agree with your statement.
Biggest unrealized win: 5x on ATOM but I didn’t take profit Biggest loss: LUNA and my BlockFi credit card rewards. Ugh
Add a little ATOM and stake it. Trust me. You’ll get a high APY, on a coin that is undervalued, and also you will get Replicated Security awards + airdrops. It’s literally a free money machine.
Altcoins, yes, memecoins and shitcoins, no. Its not guaranteed but having some exposure to a few alts will allow you to benefit from those crazy pumps. The issue is selecting those and knowing when to cash out. I'm a bag holder of ATOM so I'm partial but ADA and MATIC are likely to grow as well. DYOR, NFA, yada yada
I've never staked my ETH. Some might see it as wasteful, but I'm comfortable with it. I make an exception for ATOM because I like Cosmos and the rewards and airdrops are good.
ATOM is the only coin I feel comfortable staking with a 21+ day unbonding period. Aside from that, I only only stake if I can unbond instantly.
That is exactly what I try to do. I have 65% BTC and ETH. Another 25% in projects such ATOM, MATIC, ADA, and a 10% in other projects I find idiosyncratically interesting such as API3, Hive, TEZOS and some others. Note: no big budget, and I only invest what I can.
lol same - I moved all my ADA holdings into ATOM because I feel like it has more of a future. Crypto once again fucking me in the ass as soon as I decide to make a move.
Check out the supported coins section on the respective websites before buying. I ultimately went with Trezor because it offered more support for my alts. Ledger is very popular, but there are tons of options. I'm actually looking into getting the new Keystone Hardware wallet for staking ATOM on Keplr without it having to leave my hardware to stake.
Started investing in alts only in Mid 2021 the peak of the hopium, yesterday after nearly 2 years I dumped my alts for BTC with a huge realized loss but I don't regret it at all Its a peace of mind as u said, the only Alt I'm sticking with besides BTC and ETH is ATOM
This is incorrect. When you stake your ATOM, you are delegating it to a validator. THEY control your ATOM at that point; it is no longer sitting in your address. If the validator goes tits up, you lose your ATOM.
Can someone poke ATOM with a stick, thanks.
So I've just checked there and there were only a couple that were more than 20 ATOM. Many are just a nominal amount like 1 ATOM. My own balance was less than 20 for a lot of them (according to my site) Some of them have been very good. Osmosis was a big early one and now I get airdrops for being an Osmosis holder, same story with Juno. And the initial value is deceiving, airdrops are often done before they are listed, so they have no value initially. Presumably for tax reasons. I'd say they're mostly all worthwhile - it's free money and sometimes it's a serious amount of free money, hundreds or thousands like the Arbitrum drop.
Nice thanks for info, but even less than 100 ATOM could be a lot. I have less than 20 ATOM currently. What are the usual eligibilities for ATOM airdrops, and how big are those airdrops? If it's like $1 airdrops every month for lower requirement airdrops, I personally won't bother. If they're decent airdrops for lower requirement airdrops then I might do it.
Firstly you'll need to move it to Keplr, you won't get drops if it's custodial. Most are less than 100 ATOM. I made a website that shows you if you're eligible based on how much you've got staked, put your address in and see how many you would have been eligible for. https://airdropper.info
I’m not holding ATOM. Is there a use case why I should get some?
Anyone holding ATOM ? How long you're going to hold it ?
Staking ATOM is the way to go
I find it amusing how I seem to get "ATOM up 10%" and "ATOM down 10%" notifications in alternating sequences. It's held very steady ever since its initial drop at the start of the bear market. Staking ATOM is paying off well.
I love ATOM. I check Keplr almost everyday. Fun ecosystem to be apart of, that's for sure.
ATOM has been holding up well
Half BTC/ETH, Half ATOM and reddit Moons/Avatars
Hmm thinking about getting ATOM. Can you guys who have it sleep well at night?
Good Hot Wallets: MetaMask, Exodus, ATOM Good Cold Wallets (you should get those for maximum security): Trezor, Ledger
It depends on the crypto you hold. I hold ETH in metamask but I hold ATOM in Keplr
are you upset because you didn't get any airdrops during the bear market from holding ATOM?
Wait, how? I hold a amount of ATOM on my ledger since 2 months. How can I get those airdrops? ​ I remember the sick amount of ENS I got 2 years ago, because lucky me read a twitter post about it and remember I made a ENS account back in 2015 or 2016. 15k worth of ens, sold around the top. Not really a airdrop but it was also free money.
Hold ATOM and you can often get a lot of airdrops that way
My boy ATOM still asleep, someone gonna wake him?
BTC and ETH to hodl, ATOM to stake, and DeFi to swing trade. 👍
For me, I already dumped some of my Alts after 2years of holding, it just ain't for me and I feel way safer with BTC, but of course, I hold a legit and good Alt like ATOM but yea do your research and do what u feel right to do without regretting it later
I own some ATOM, but only on my coinbase account. What are usual requirements for cosmos airdrops? I heard they're relatively frequent, but if they require like 100+ ATOMs to be eligible for some small airdrop, then it's not worth it for me to move my ATOMs.
ATOM is great and so is Dot. I hold both actually
Do you believe that DOT will have his run back to ATH? Feels like it got overshadowed by ATOM around here lately
Your wisdom is appreciated. I'm trying to stay on course: BTC and ETH only. *it can't hurt to get a tiny bag MATIC, can it? and how about this DOT, looks tasty as well... ATOM isn't the worst either...*
People have opinions on things, its just what it is. It's akin to asking reddit to moderate so theres no public discord wherever and the only thing allowed is puppies, narwhals and lollipops. Discord and counter-opinion is an excellent use of contrast. The definition of 'bully' in this post is not very clear. Is it bullying to logically remind users that ATOM has no supply limit and on a really long scale is very inflationary? Is it bullying to point out Solana's recurring and repeated downtime? I don't think so. I think they are valid opinions which create a desire to self-educate more and provide good lessons on value and usefulness. I do not see any personally attacking posts in this sub, which is what bullying is. No one is being called names or singled out. Please share your perspective on what bullying is.
ATOM is down more than %6... NOOOOOOOO!!!
It’s been really red lately specially my ATOM
What’s the benefit of ATOM over other chains, namely Polkadot or Avalanche?
With ATOM's high inflation rate you kind of have to.
Every ATOM I DCA buy is going straight into staking now.
Picked up some more ATOM today
I think the next bull run will be good for ATOM and DOT.
Went very well, stocked up on some more ATOM. Hope you had a great day as well!
I'm always anxious, every time I hit "send" ... I double, triple check my address and memo. Still get worried... thank God I mostly just move ATOM around and it moves quickly ... moving BTC is the worst, takes ages and never know if I did it right, or if I picked up some malware that's changes the pasted addy...
I just bought more ATOM too
Patience bro, bullish on ATOM
I also just bought a bunch of ATOM. Already hold a ton of DOT. Happy days to accumulate.
Don't worry, let me inject my $10 DCA into ATOM to get it pumping again.
ATOM is red af… what’s up with that… smh more sellers than buyers I guess.
ATOM is my pick. The future is interoperability
The DCA for BTC, ETH, and ATOM continues. What're your guys regular DCA's?
ATOM - ligaments. IBC of blockchains connecting it together Layer 2’s - neurons that help transmit brain (ETH) signals to rest of body LINK - eyes. As the Oracle, brings in sensory information for the rest of the body to respond to
ETH, ADA, ATOM, ANKR, MATIC to the moon
Bitcoin maxist? Its a sell off on all kind of coins, ETH, AVAX, AAVE, ATOM, etc etc.. I see only red and 5-10% minus. I think we can agree thats a sell off:) ? And I dont see the reason. There must be one. Stock market is okay today for example.. now big news
Not sure yet. Probably some ATOM and DOT
Lol, I've got mixed feelings! I want a bullish market for the new ATHs, and also because it's the perfect time for new projects I'm watching, like GrabCoinClub, to launch, but I also want more time to accumulate dips because I don't have enough ETH, ATOM, MATIC, etc.
It’s a good rule of thumb to do it with all. ATOM is like the Bitcoin of the Cosmos ecosystem. Its the safest but of course not as safe as real Bitcoin
Thanks for the info. What's your strategy? Are you staking 100% of your ATOM or keeping some liquid in case of price increases to sell/rebuy back when it dips?
Looks like it’s time to grab some more ATOM
General rule or thumb us: stake outside the top10, and no exchanges. Slit your stake across a few validators to be safe, and ATOM is king.
What do you guys think of staking ATOM through Keplr? How do you determine which validator you choose? Thanks.
I'm a recent cosmos holder but I think your ATOM need to be in a non-custodial wallet (i.e. Kepler) and stake your coins (ATOM, FET, OSMO, ...) with a validator. I dont know if Coinbase walllet is eligible.
Relayers facilitate information transfer between Cosmos chains. It's what makes everything work so easily among Cosmos L1s (OSMO, ATOM, JUNO, etc.) without the need to bridge assets etc. It's why you can easily 'deposit' ATOM to the Osmosis Zone Dex with just two clicks. This is an older list I had saved for ATOM delegators who are also relayers, so it might be dated: Cephalopod Equipment Corp. 🦑 Strangelove Ventures Cros-Nest Notional Space Potato Chandra Station Cryptocrew Validators Bro n Bro Imperator Lavender.Five Nodes BlockNgine You can do a little googling to get the info for each chain you want to stake with.
I've got a Cosmos wallet for each of my girls (4yrs & 18 months) which I threw a few hundred dollars of ATOM into. I'm just compounding the staking rewards and taking advantage of any airdrops. Not much but they may come out with something of value in 10-15 years lol. Might also stake some ETH for them after the ARB airdrop