web3 will be slowly adopted, and it actually represents the future of the internet. Thus, the Dia web3 oracle project has proven to be very significant in the crypto space and has made partnerships with many, such as Solana, Metis, Fantom, and so on, as it provides accurate, hard-to-reach, and reliable data. DIA provides data feeds for more than somewhere around 6.000 digital assets and 20.000 traditional assets Then, I think that the value of tokens of popular games will grow over time, such as SAND, MANA, AXS, because they were the first to take a position in that race. Although some newer games will overtake them for sure. I am most interested in the direction in which Metaverse will develop. It may be a little over-ambitious, but I think one day we will be able to visit the Louvre through the Metaverse.
I agree with most of the names on this list but I don't think BTC will do 10x this year but if it does, I definitely won't complain. I think this year, it would be a good idea to pay attention to metaverse and P2E altcoins for max gains; AXS, GGM, PYR, GODS, RMRK, GALA, WILD, BLOK, NGL for example GGM is having its IDO tomorrow and the IEO on the 18th, I think it can do 50x upon listing conservatively. This is mostly just speculations and opinions but one thing is certain, when you invest in the solid gems and HODL, you win!
Hey Op, thanks for sharing. I would say that apart from BTC, ETH and doge, it's probably best to focus on Algo, Ada, XRP, XLM and maybe a couple other solid projects like nano and XMR, as others have mentioned. Tokens that are reliable projects, have transparent long term goals, and are already used by many people; why try and use obscure projects that aren't yet popular? From what I've experienced, it's best to stick to what's already out there, and squeeze the newer tokens in once you know there's enough folks using em :) Then later, when metaverse stuff becomes mainstream, choose the most popular of those tokens - currently that's AXS, sand and mana, but I'd be surprised if they aren't usurped by others in the near future - watch that space, cos it could be profitable ;) Anyway, I hope the implementation goes well, Op :)
Gonna mix it up by going on reverse. >The ecosystem of McDonalds workers is not closed, no. They earn money from outside their own pool of workers. Funny enough a games playerbase isn't fixed/closed either. And the financial environment isn't necessarily either. Like how I can buy AXS or SLP without playing axies. >The conversation has been about NFTs the whole time. I can't speak to some totally other topic with a totally different technology when you haven't even said what it is... I hear his rather like: "Excuse me, we are talking about building birdhouses with HAMMERS. I don't know why you are bringing hip all this talk about nails, drills, saws or whatever this "WOOD" you mention might be, can we stay on the topic of HAMMERS?" AS I UNDERSTAND IT, and I'm not an expert, there are NFTs which are useful for some things, and there are fungible tokens which you can attach other less specific, more fluid traits to, and that these are adjacent techs that can work together well. >Instead, every game generates ingredients on the fly, on an ongoing basis, after launch. Which means that the resources and thus items system cannot be locked in in a trustless way Why couldn't you make it a hybrid? Make it so resources are generated from specific procedures, then bound up/consumed when a more advanced item is produced with it? Make it so he seashells advanced item is only created by the consumption of the ingredients? While that wouldn't perfectly prevent what you describe, I think it would inhibit it. >No games (complicated ones enough to have economies) define the total amount of and location of all those ingredients from the very launch of the game. This is a straw man. I'll not talking about having every single bit of resources 100% fixed ahead of time. >Who? As in like actual studios, not some dude in his basement? Well look at Digital Extreme's Warframe, their monetization and microtransactions are fantastic. But they realistically are almost certainly leaving money on the table by not being more aggressive with it. They give away half price coupons for their premium currency, and basically depend on people WANTING the optional extra stuff. Ultimately there is no way to know how much they would gain(financially)/lose(making people unhappy) by being more aggressive with monetization. If their model was decisively the most profitable, it would probably not be an outlier. I'm not saying that the definitively best option is this and everyone is dumb because they don't universally agree. I'm saying that putting the game first is an option that can be successful. It's not binary. >It doesn't matter if the "intention" was announced that it was not ever to be used to manipulate the market, or if the devs pinky promised, crossed their hearts, hoped to die, that they would only use the code access for bugs. If they were going to rug pull, they'd do it all at once in a wave when you least expect it, and no matter what they pink promised. There is a BIT of a gap between "would never use that power inappropriately or anything less than perfect" and "rugpull". >it fundamentally makes no sense to have coders able to fix bugs (very high level of permissions, sweeping levels of power) and yet somehow not have the ability to tweak the market (narrow limited level of permissions) I think that the issue is not authority, but how much one can trust how real the market is. A managed market vs an open one are quite different. Basically nobody doesn't want bugs to be fixed. But lots of people would trust a market that the devs have committed to a method where they are hands off on the market. >If you have access to the source code, you can change all the rules for everything, including obviously also everything to do with the entire economy, item spawning, crafting, loot drops, etc. etc. Which you could then use to manipulate the market. I think this is where smart contracts come in. But again, not an expert. Like lets say you were to build a titan with deeply integrated crypto tech. You could have the components be NFTs or probably better, semi-fungible tokens, which could track the maker, fabrication location, etc. Then all that data be wrapped up within the minting of the final ship NFT, where the component data could be viewable. Would that perfectly prevent those being created illegitimately? No. But it would make it hard to get away with and obvious that it wasn't legitimate.
Cryptocurrencies Gains for 2021 Recap: SHIB: +52,601,740% AXS: +18,336% SAND: +16,100% LUNA: +15,429% MATIC: +14,690 SOL: +13,232% DOGE: +4,133% AVAX : +3,936% ADA: +785% ETH: +460% DOT: +400% BTC : +90%
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AXS at $150. I actually thought that was the dip already. Fr, I have my technicals. I then staked and got a cut at around $100 with more axs which is kinda nice but it hurts. Plus I have more investments wherein I sold too early. I would've made more if I sold in tranches. I always forget to sell in tranches. It was an ass that it made me fomo back in.
Staking is absolutely insane. I love staking. compared to keeping my fiat on the bank I got introduced to staking some while ago by friends. As a long term believer of the benefits of Blockchain tech. I did not doubt about finding good projects that provide reasonable staking rewards. With the recent Metaverse narrative, there are lot of Metaverse projects providing great APY. Just today I found a project that just launched bonded staking with insane APY of 70%. I always find the projects with good fundamentals tho as I do not feel the want to be rugged. The project I found today is called Meta Game Hub Dao and newly launched on Bilaxy, 3m MC GEM, Huge collaborations like SAND MANA AXS LINK and they focus on pooling and fractionalization of NFT. They recently launched staking possibilities and all of them have some insane APY at the moment. Definitely worth checking out.
You spit facts. However, I also buy bitcoin from the profits I make from alts. Gaming coins I hold like AXS and MANA gave me considerable profits which I was able to trade for Bitcoin. Thats my safe haven. Since there's been a lot of hype around web3 projects, I also invested in DIA. I think its a low cap gem compared to LINK and we've seen LINK performed remarkably well in the past few weeks. DIA would follow. Meanwhile, I'll stake my DIA for some passive income on the Shiden Network for some passive income. When the general market resumes its rally, I can expect some huge profits from this one.
>No clear use case as of now aside from exchanging Axie tokens within Katana. It is overvalued based on FTX perpetual futures price of 4 USD each. > >Liquidity providers has suffered great losses with their locked $AXS/$SLP/$WETH. They will sell RON to recoup some of it. Expect a dump once listed. > >RON hodlers are concentrated to few addresses only. Any rogue seller could cause a massive price drop. > >Developers torn on what to prioritize first - Axie game ecosystem vs. Katana scalability/upgrade. > >Liquidity in Katana is decreasing rapidly - from $1.2B last month to $864M as of now. People are clearly pulling out their staked funds. Are you telling me my AXS are going to pump or not? I didnt understand anything you said.
THE PERFECT SHORT: $RON #RON 1. No clear use case as of now aside from exchanging Axie tokens within Katana. It is overvalued based on FTX perpetual futures price of 4 USD each. 2. Liquidity providers has suffered great losses with their locked $AXS/$SLP/$WETH. They will sell RON to recoup some of it. Expect a dump once listed. 3. RON hodlers are concentrated to few addresses only. Any rogue seller could cause a massive price drop. 4. Developers torn on what to prioritize first - Axie game ecosystem vs. Katana scalability/upgrade. 5. Liquidity in Katana is decreasing rapidly - from $1.2B last month to $864M as of now. People are clearly pulling out their staked funds. 6. We are in a bear market rn. HOW TO SHORT $RON: Sell perpetual futures contract offered on FTX. #axieinfinity #axs #slp
THE PERFECT SHORT: $RON 1. No clear use case as of now aside from exchanging Axie tokens within Katana. It is overvalued based on FTX perpetual futures price of 4 USD each. 2. Liquidity providers has suffered great losses with their locked $AXS/$SLP/$WETH. They will sell RON to recoup some of it. Expect a dump once listed. 3. RON hodlers are concentrated to few addresses only. Any rogue seller could cause a massive price drop. 4. Developers torn on what to prioritize first - Axie game ecosystem vs. Katana scalability/upgrade. 5. Liquidity in Katana is decreasing rapidly - from $1.2B last month to $864M as of now. People are clearly pulling out their staked funds. 6. We are in a bear market rn. HOW TO SHORT $RON: Sell perpetual futures contract offered on FTX.
AXS- successful gaming coin that actually helps people make a living in 3rd world countries! ALGO- so cheap, great wallet, apy, great project, can’t go wrong (maybe). LINK - working on connecting blockchains and Web 3 integration. AP also recently (a couple months ago) signed a deal with LINK to post their news articles on their blockchain. Pretty big deal. CHZ- socios.com has partnered up with the NFL for sports betting in crypto. With all the crypto ads during football games, this could be a good one. That’s only 4 isn’t it? I want to add a 5th one to the list but I’m not terribly excited about anything else. Also DYOR, and I don’t know shit about fuck. And not financial advice. 🙌 good luck.
I can't advice anything and i will not. What i'm sure as an old gamer still gaming. We fucking hate purely NFT "games" based... That leaves "players" that have nothing to do all day but farm all day in poor countries for example ( no blaming, i understand them) If you had really did research, AXS is going down slowly... Pay to earn is such bs... Many others games let you enter for free as play to earn and they are/will do better than AXS. In this market, there is so many blockchain games and so mcuh volatility. As for the rest, i don't imagine ETH going much higher even with 2.0 I think it overrated ans the updates were already taken in account.
My high risks are would be … COVAL, fet, knc, Iotx, spell, Idex. My mains are DOT, LRC, MATIC, QNT, AXS, LINK, BAT, ETH…. And no I don’t have BTC. So far as long as I keep a good eye when BTC goes up I end of getting better percentage gains from others that eventually follow.
# S**T So I swapped BNB to 3.555 AXS and left it in my Metamask. It showed my balance and I was happy. Now I went back about an hour later and found a swap back to BNB that I didn't perform, and a transfer to another account I don't own. [https://bscscan.com/address/0x3503844640667891f18ffb705babd057558df8eb](https://bscscan.com/address/0x3503844640667891f18ffb705babd057558df8eb) This is my address, and you can see the last 2 transactions were the swap and the transfer. Did I do something wrong or did I get taken?
How many coins do you hold? And are you looking to increase/decrease the total number as we go forward? I've moved from 10 total holdings down to 5: BTC, ETH, MATIC, ONE and AXS. The three alt-coins have excellent staking returns, which is why I've decided to keep them for the foreseeable future.
Those subscriptions have ran out, but for those interested, there is a much more profitable way! Yu can make a ronin wallet and send your AXS for a negligible trade fee over there to stake on the axie site itself. You actually get compounded APY that way, as you can claim and restake every 24 hours!
Hi I want some actual opinions and not a shill fest But I have some money I want to spend on the play to earn space. And I can't decide between AXS, GALA, GODS, and SPS. I personally play SPS the most, but I don't think it'll be that big in the future as there are just better games. And honestly, I don't think card games do well, so I am reluctant to put money into SPS and GODS. Any thoughts?
Everyone is motivated by money in a capitalist country. Even developing counties are hungry for money and will do what ever they can to make more money. Take AXS for example. Alot of players there are from developing counties and they play the shit out of that game to make money. Some banks outside the USA have starting using xrp now for transfer of money. As its lower fees and quick. I love technology but I'll back what ever I think will hit the ground running and make me a shit ton of money. While being of benefit to the global problems.
honestly, there are so many defi systems I am overwhelmed. I have been meaning to get into matic next but will wait for this sunflower issue to die down. I have been in YLDY and COSMOS for the last quarter, learned about it, and liked it. I havent personally ventured into AXS - hopefully someone can read our thread and comment lol
My exit strategy is not based on price, but on fundamentals. Not only for crypto, but also for stocks. I am hodling AAPL and AMZN, for example, for 5 years now while many of my friends frenetically traded everything during this time supposedly, according to them, because there was a "bear market" and it was "time to sell". Now their portfolios are kind of a zero-sum game but somehow they still happy and advising me to "hodl". If I've done what they did, I wouldn't never have achieved the level of profit from AXS, AR, MANA, BTC and ETH. NEVER! I am also hodling DOT for a long time and next week I will be joining Unique Network (UNQ) public round. They will participate in the Polkadot Crowdloan this year. What am I going to do? Hodl. I just got into Everlens some months ago. There was a rumor that Meta (Facebook) was aiming ELEN's acquisition. What I did? Nothing. HODL. If, and only if, a crypto/stock loses its fundamentals... then I can think about exiting.
Concert and event ticket sales. Ticketmaster and AXS charge $12-20 fees for basically solving the same problem an NFT easily could. Low-hanging fruit here because even if transaction costs were $10, it's still a win over these middlemen like AXS.
All in red here, bro. And this can continue since we are facing a "hawkish" FED. Rates can soon be raised to fight inflation and revive the job market. Of course this will have a direct impact on investments. But, what this changes really? I'm a hodler by nature so it changes nothing for me! But I'm excited: I still going long for BTC-ETH. I'll keep filling up the bag with good altcoins and I'm VERY bullish for NFT this year! I trully believe that projects like AXS, ELEN, YAY and UNQ will soon be benefited by the huge increase in NFT's adoption. UNQ it's an NFT chain for Kusama and Polkadot and public round is coming next week. I've read some rumors that Meta was targeting ELEN's aquisition and AXS can't stop growing! One more thing: I think that Jerome Powell, FED's president, should join our community asap. He could learn a lot from us.
Nice thread. I am not thinking about a number right now, but mainly about trends. Of course, I would love to achieve 1000x, but I think this is like a consequence. For now I just try to follow some trends like DeFi (AVAX, LUNA, UTK, UNI), Metaverse (MANA, SAND), Infrastructure (DOT, FTM) and Web3 (AR). I'm bullish for NFT-Metaverse-Web3 triad since the time I've participated in the online event "Enter the Metaverse", so I've got some NFT-relates projects as well to complete my portfolio like AXS, Unique Network (public round is next week) and ELEN (Everlens). I'm a hodler by nature, so let's hope for a 1000x!
The youtuber TheSpiffingBrit did a few videos on this premise. He bought all the coins on binance and then updated with a second video months later. Most of the coins lost so much he was just barely in the green (AXS saved him). Several of them lost over 90% if I remember correctly. So maybe not the best approach