See More CryptosHome

CTSI

Cartesi

Show Trading View Graph

Mentions (24Hr)

0

0.00% Today

Reddit Posts

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

AMA with Cartesi (Verifiable Linux on Ethereum): Introducing Honeypot - First Cartesi Rollups DApp on Mainnet

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Cartesi's Expanding Ecosystem and Initiatives - A Testament to Their Continued Innovation and Success

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Correct a possible mistake adding tokens to my Cartesi (CTSI) staking pool?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Beyond the hype, Layer-2 scaling solutions are here to scale computation and drive innovation.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Was Ethereum also shilled here before it took off?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Bitstamp is listing five new assets: IMX, NEXO, CTSI, CVX and UST

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Why investing in SOME low market cap coins is not gambling at all?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

How important are layer-2s for games on Ethereum?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Can't decide LRC, Matic, or CTSI

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

CTSI 40% on Mycointainer.com, very small MC

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Cartesi is here to stay! Wonder why it's gaining mainstream attention? This is it!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

DCA every week for a year

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Cartesi, a project worth looking for in 2022.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

MATIC is at ATH, Why this is extremely bullish for Cartesi. Small Cap Gem

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What are your thoughts on Cartesi CTSI

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Which cryptocurrencies will outperform $ETH in 2022?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Should Web3.0 in general and Cartesi in particular get more attention?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Best option to diversify my portfolio.

Mentions

That would suggest that I have a holders' bias, which isn't ENTIRELY true... even though it's common with most folks. Like, I have a holder's bias towards CTSI, because I just like that coin for some reason. I do try not to get too attached to whatever I hold, but Chainlink has some amazing tokenomics and networks depend on its oracular function. It's also been performing well- what else do you need to know lol

Mentions:#CTSI

CTSI break of .33ish would be a big big move

Mentions:#CTSI

ARB is currently at price discovery mode, just like QANX and CTSI, another hidden gems in the blockchain realm with a lower mcap. I lean towards accumulating tokens before the pump begins.

Alright guys just admit it. CTSI's chart turns you on a little bit

Mentions:#CTSI

Gooooo CTSI!!! BREAK .325 FOR US

Mentions:#CTSI

Is CTSI modular?

Mentions:#CTSI

the CTSI chart is showing a V shaped recovery followed by a double (soon triple) cup and handle. to we have a shaman here who can decipher the meaning of this?

Mentions:#CTSI

CTSI gonna be north of $1 by end of March, mark my words

Mentions:#CTSI

The potential for CTSI over the next year makes me a happy happy man

Mentions:#CTSI

CTSI is having a cracking couple of days. I'm always surprised it's not more popular.

Mentions:#CTSI

Aside ETH and BTC, only ATOM and DOT can be considered safe buys and hold coins because of the sheer vastness of the ecosystems. Others are way smaller and will always be prone to larger instability in the market. Nowadays, I just take the risk and buy lower caps because why not? they have a better chance of higher gain even with a greater risk margin; I made a 50x on KAS. I bought INJ and CTSI recently and I'm hoping to add Supra Oracles token after its TGE.

I'm going with just CTSI and INJ for the highest pumps in the upcoming bull market. Supra Oracle has not had its TGE yet if not it would have topped my list.

Mentions:#CTSI#INJ

ALRIGHT YOU DEGENS. BUY CTSI. Stop delaying

Mentions:#CTSI

And I thought losing $4,500 in CTSI was my worst nightmare….

Mentions:#CTSI

I see you CTSI I’ve held you for so long and you’re finally growing up 🥺😭

Mentions:#CTSI

There's some good telegram channels I followed that focus on high potential growth crypto's, analyse every milimeter of it's potential use, the people running it, are the devs skilled and do they come from the big crypto's etc. Are they backed by industry partnerships with credibility. Are they really not reinventing the wheel or trying to copy others but try to beat them with stupid marketing strategies etc. Check out Cryptogems on Telegram and follow Moosse on Twitter as well. Through twitter you can find great shit, but indeed tou will be clicking through endless nonsense that will surely cost tou some heavy headaches and going to bed way too late. But I found $CTSI that way oretty early for example. You can just put 100$ in such projects and just refuse to ever sellfor a lower price than 100, forget about it for a long time and discover some are now 800$ while others dropped to 40, no big deal if you just get a few right.

Mentions:#CTSI

CTSI (Cartesi) r/cartesi & TIA (Celestia) r/celestianetwork - Cartesi is an L2 rollups solution (app-specific rollups more precisely that brings Linux onto the blockchain) acting as an execution layer - with Celestia underneath as a data availability layer for more optimization, efficiency and affordable costs for dApps. It’s all about the modularity thesis playing out replacing the monolithic blockchain architecture, meaning integrations of different specialized layers for building dApps rather than a single chain doing everything (execution, consensus, data availability etc). Hope this helps!

Mentions:#CTSI#TIA

Within AI, I like AIOZ and RNDR. Within Depin, projects like Weaver Labs (ADE token) and Robonomics (XRT) are very interesting. L2 (ARB, CTSI) and L1 (SOL, DOT) are my favorites.

Big fan of Cartesi myself. The technical ecosystem has made huge strides with the launch of the first Cartesi rollup DApp(Honeypot), it is an hacking challenge that puts the strength of Cartesi Rollups to test. The pot for cracking the code of the honeypot currently stands at 88,136 CTSI. It has managed to remain uncracked in virtually 3 months of its inception. There's really tons to be excited about here regarding the future of this Application Specific Rollup infrastructure. Would be nice to have you over on Telegram and Discord as well.

Mentions:#CTSI

I never let go of my AAVE since 2021. I’ve always liked following its price action- like CTSI. Always hear good things about AAVE whenever it is spoken of. Some of these ETH tokens just feel like sleeping giants with spasmodic shock.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What’s the sentiment here on $CTSI

Mentions:#CTSI

These are good but another solid one is CTSI. It's an easy 100x potential token. Supra is also one to watch out for, although the TGE is next Q1.

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

CTSI, no doubt! Heavily DCA-ing lately before the project take off. It's just a matter of time now. They are doing interesting shit, DOOM on-chain, Linux environment for DApps, VM in browser etc. and killing at hackathons. They have also recently launched their rollups mainnet. Impossible not to see big gains from this project, IMO!

Mentions:#CTSI#DCA#IMO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thanks for the question and the nice words. Regarding the distribution of CTSI, it's a bit challenging to provide an accurate breakdown. The top addresses often include smart contracts, delegated staking pools, and even centralized exchanges, which can make the distribution appear more concentrated than it might actually be in terms of individual holders. It's also vital to understand the PoS structure in Cartesi's context. Cartesi Rollups is a Layer 2 solution, which operates on top of existing layers. The PoS mechanism in Cartesi is primarily associated with Noether and has been functioning effectively over the years, especially in guiding governance decisions. This PoS mechanism is distinct from the rollups and the honeypot challenge, and they operate independently of each other. For a deeper dive into the decentralization aspect of our ecosystem, I'd recommend checking out a recent Twitter thread by a friend from the Cartesi Foundation, which elucidates the nuances of our project. You can find it here: https://twitter.com/ERC\_Brandon/status/1699196160831889824.

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Do top100 adresses still hold 90% of CTSI and being proof of stake does that make it centralized? > >I notice you use GraphQL for querying the state of Rollups instance, can you eli5 why you choose graphql? Indeed, bridging assets to L3 generally mirrors the process from L1 to L2. The industry is exploring various methods on how to improve the bridging experience or to lessen the frequency of it. It's a complex challenge, but with the ongoing discussions and efforts, I'm optimistic about future enhancements. One thing to keep in mind is that every design choice brings its own set of challenges. The Cosmos ecosystem is super cool, but the IBC approach, just like bridging, it's not without its tradeoffs.

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Welcome, its great to have you here! Do top100 adresses still hold 90% of CTSI and being proof of stake does that make it centralized? I notice you use GraphQL for querying the state of Rollups instance, can you eli5 why you choose graphql?

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

+CTSI

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm looking for some smaller cap coins. Thinking about HBAR, KDA, and CTSI. I only own a little CTSI. Do any of you have suggestions or thoughts on those?

Some of us are here for the long term hold and that's why we can still buy even in the bear market. The latest I bought are CTSI and RAIL and I'm not selling anything under 50x. That doesn't mean I don't scalp or swing, I do that with memes and it pays off too.

Mentions:#CTSI#RAIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The day my Binance account was approved, I bought CTSI for $75. Next day sold it for $175. $100 in a day - Easy as Pie, I thought. And here I am, 2 years later and 75% down overall.

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

25% GBTC (Roth IRA) 25% ETHE (Roth IRA) The other 50% is alts consisting of XRP, ICP, CRO, IoTX, Fetch.ai, ADA, CTSI and MATIC. These are in no particular order. I’m still planning on picking up some more projects. Avax and Arbitrum are on the list next while still building positions in what I already have. Any must haves that I’m missing?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’m looking at HBAR, larger cap coin for its network but interesting, then a bunch of smaller ones, SDEX, an exchange token that solves impermanent loss, 0x0, I don’t know a ton about, CTSI, a not super new or old one but low cap, just trying to learn about a bunch of different ones!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’m looking for some smaller cap coins. Thinking about HBAR, KDA, and CTSI. I only own a little CTSI. Do any of you have suggestions or thoughts on those?

How do you guys become comfortable with meme coins? When I trade them I put so much emotion into it because of the risks involved. I prefer to play with the likes of MATIC, SPOOL, and CTSI rather than trading memes. Maybe I am not doing it right.

If that happens I'm sure ETH will take the lead and other smart-contract-powered tokens will follow suit particularly the low caps like BOBA, QANX and CTSI.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Mine is still at 50% since we are in a bear market. The remaining 50% is spread across QANX, RIO, and CTSI.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I will look into CTSI, thanks.

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Ooooh lfggg. I would say XRP, I think it’s still cool in off it’s candle though. I’ve been interested in CTSI lately idk why. I want more SAND and some MANA. I’m looking for recommendations as well haha

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

FET OCEAN & MATIC are on my radar too. I have several areas on my list! LSD- LIDO & STADER are solid issuers. Oracles- LINK & DIA are quite affordable with huge potential. L2- ARB & CTSI I'm quite obsessed with DAFI lately because Hybrid Exchange is set to be launched soon. Let's see how it plays out.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yes I did, hmmm, it was swaps for BTC and then CTSI so maybe that’s why but geez! Lol

Mentions:#BTC#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Coinbase sucks for fees so badly. I just bought $390 worth of CTSI and lost $10 just in swapping to get it. MEXC is the goat lol, feels shadier to use for sure, but I try to avoid Coinbase and Binance at all costs geez.

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That’s why I stick with what I know and if something comes my way that interest me, I add it to my mental repository. For example, until 2016-2017 I was only into BTC, ETH, and XRP with some MATIC, but simply through those small Coinbase rewards programs I was introduced to NEAR, CTSI, GRT, and FET, of which I’ve made absolutely ridiculous gains just by holding what I was given. The only crypto that is an outlier for me is XLM, and that is simply because I’ve known it is severely undervalued for what it is for half a decade.

This is my list of undervalued altcoins: OCEAN is a solid pick among AI Stader & Ankr among LSD issuers are worth exploring DIA oracle develops strongly during the bear market. I got amazed by its L1 and L2 integrations in Q2 UTK is a good pick among crypto payments L2- ARB & CTSI are my best picks.

Are you fading LSD for real? I can't even find LDO or ANKR. Well, don't underestimate the narrative. Also, ORE, NXRA, and CTSI are some other big bets I think will be massive in the coming bull.

This is why I have a couple of altcoins like ORE and CTSI. CTSI actually had some good action a few months back. I'm still expecting something good from ORE too.

Mentions:#ORE#CTSI

Exactly. My latest cards are CTSI and ORE.

Mentions:#CTSI#ORE
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Moons, I’m definitely interested in CTSI but don’t have any yet. I’m looking for some too

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

Maintain a steady DCA approach and continue moving forward with confidence. I'm following the same strategy with my investments in ETH, MATIC, INJ, CTSI, and AstraDao. There doesn't seem to be any reason to sell at this moment. I firmly believe that the market's current state cannot deteriorate further. Even if it does, I will keep accumulating

Instead of fixating solely on price fluctuations, now is the ideal moment to prioritize building and exploring alternative passive income opportunities. Alongside my regular weekly DCA in CTSI, INJ, and AZERO, I'm actively engaged in creating indices on AstraDao, allowing me to earn from the emerging field of Index investment, which is garnering increasing attention from many individuals. I believe this whole saga is just a means to keep people out of crypto.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

CTSI, an early first buy, which is kinda mad. But hey, Ive been liking its movement up to this day!

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The fiat to crypto traders are basically known as P2P traders where I am from. Beside trading, I used crypto (USDT, CTSI, etc.,) to book flights on Travala.

Mentions:#USDT#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I wish I could use crypto in my everyday life but that's not possible yet where I live. Beside P2P trading and using USDT, OCEAN and CTSI to book flights on Travala, I haven't used crypto much in my life.

If you start investing now, I'm sure you will be well positioned before it arrives. Solid projects like CTSI with market cap just above 100m present the best investment opportunity.

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Much against people's expectations, AI will actually be a thing and will have bashed AI projects will litter top 100. Also Cartesi rollups will trend among crypto dev world eventually taking CTSI to top 100 too. Five years from now, Polkadot will still be complicated.

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ChainGPT seem to be up to something. Started looking into them when they won a Cartesi hackathon. Though I'd prefer to go for CTSI itself lol.

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

It's so bad, everyone wants to get rich quickly in a market that requires patience to play the game. I have been sticking with ETH, ATOM, CTSI, and a couple of solid projects for a while. My plan still remains the same, and I only add on DCA now. No need for memes

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

The only way I'm earning in the market right now is by staking OCEAN through the data farming dApp, CTSI through the explorer, and ATOM through Keplr. They all offer very decent rewards.

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

I used mine to buy more BTC, ETH and CTSI ahead of its planned mainnet launch this year. I believe that next year is going to be positive for crypto so its important to be well positioned in the market.

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hodl is easier now with staking. How else would I have been comfortable holding CTSI for this long and waiting for mainnet. Tbh I would have been tempted to take my money elsewhere and come back later. And that would have made me miss many good moves and updates.

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

These are high caps already. The most ROI is from the undervalued low-capped cryptos. I might have some exposure to VET from the list, but I believe CTSI & FET would outperform them in the next bull.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I'm invested in L2 & DeFi projects. So I currently hold ARB, CTSI, OSMO & GRAIL. I'm earning staking rewards for staking CTSI at a 20% APR, and GRAIL rewards on Camelot LP farm. In the coming months, I would include ADE & SYNC once they launch. I think that's the only change that would happen, for now.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

This looks like a 2017/2018 altcoin recommendation list. These days, there are so many good penny cryptocurrencies to consider. I would put the likes of FET, CTSI, ROSE and ZIL as some of the best penny cryptocurrencies for 2023.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just don't invest in them at all. Stick to BTC or ETH to be safe. Diversify in the top 100-200 coins (LINK, CTSI, INJ, etc) for higher ROI.

I bought CTSI and ORE for the long term hodl. CTSI has already given me some good reward, I'm waiting on ORE. Both are promising in the long run.

Mentions:#CTSI#ORE

BTC is a safe bet, but there's a high ROI in altcoins, which comes with a bigger risk. I'm buying ATOM, CTSI & ETH for the next bull run.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nothing different, just sticking to consistent DCA. Buy in the bear, sell in the bull. >Do you still utilize any centralized staking platforms to earn yield No, Was staking CTSI on Binance before, but I've since moved it to the Cartesi Explorer. There's a better APR there, plus I have full custody of my assets.

Mentions:#DCA#CTSI
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

If Bitcoin loses its dominance, then low-cap altcoins could run. ICE is the only one I'm convinced has the potential from the list. I'm still very much optimistic LODE & CTSI will have an epic run in the coming months.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

You can buy ETH/BTC they're the safest picks. There's a higher risk, but more ROI potential in L2s like METIS & CTSI. In fact, I staked my CTSI for passive income, at a 20% APR.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Good morning!! good bag, I’m loading up on DOT and XRP too! I would say ADA but I don’t think it really spices anything up lol. I’m not sure what else haha, maybe check out CTSI or some other low cap ones!(/

I'm building my portfolio and I try to diversify as much as possible with a little bias for DeFi because it has always prevailed in all seasons. We might have a bull market soon and I'm expecting 5x from each gem. HBAR, SPOOL, and CTSI.

I guess it is ending already. A lot of people lose in the meme and just a little people gain from it. I lost a lot in a few and made some 3x from others. I'll stick to safer bags. I'll stick to the likes of CTSI, CYMI, and HBAR.

r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

I already have an eye on STX from the list of tokens mentioned, and OCEAN and CTSI are also on my watchlist. Cartesi has been gaining popularity on CMC recently and has a Mainnet launch coming soon, while Ocean is one of the leading projects in the AI sector, which has been one of the strongest narratives in the crypto market this year.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was jumping from coins to coins in the last bull season & got badly affected. Since I started sticking to my strategy & constant DCA'ing in blue chips, there's less worry now. Even though it might take time, I believe ATOM, ETH & CTSI will break their ATH again, so I will continue to accumulate.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I can hardly fall into buying addiction as I never have enough to buy with and so many projects to buy at every point. So I analyze price action of my targets and pick one for the month, I do this every month. This month is for CTSI. Next is quite likely for SUI and I'm reserving part for ADE, subject to when they decide to launch. If I meet my accumulation goal, I remove the token from contenders, atom and scrt targets are met and now out of contention.

Mentions:#CTSI#SUI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Get rich quick attitudes. They always chase pumps. Seeing all the news about people making $1m from $27 and hoping it could be them. Even though I buy memes and shitcoins, I recognise how things can go awry really quick. So even while I deploy little tiny amounts to shitcoins, it won't be close to what I DCA into solid plays like MATIC, CTSI, ATOM and others.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Indeed. It's very risky. I missed the run & I'm totally fine with it. I will continue to accumulate ETH, CTSI & INJ while their price is still cheap. Fundamentals always thrive in the end.

Mentions:#ETH#CTSI#INJ

My portfolio has seen some impressive returns with VOLT, QANX, and CTSI leading the way among altcoins. But I'm convinced that there's still a lot of upside potential left, especially as we haven't even fully felt the impact of the current bull run yet.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think you meant 'buy for the bull market'. In that case, I like to follow trends, and it changes a lot, but to be safe, spread yourself out. You can do AI (OCEAN, FET), L2s (ARB, OP, CTSI), RWA (RIO, LND), LSD (LIDO, H20). DYOR on the different categories and choose projects of your own accord though. There are so many and you need to be diligent in your search.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I rode the hype for a short while, breeze in breeze out! Already deployed profits into CTSI, MATIC, and ARB as I already planned to accumulate L2s. I don't care if the memes go to 1bn mcap, profit is profit at this point. I couldn't resist after I saw the quality of innovation by the projects in the just concluded Cartesi hackathon. If you're reading this, don't forget to take profits please.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Most of the money I use to DCA comes from staking rewards and gains from other trades. Though staking rewards are my way of DCA in the form of compounding, little rewards quickly accrue to bigger amounts because staking APR is great. Last year, I locked OCEAN at 50% APR (2-year tenure), what more can I ask for🤷🏽‍♂️. ATOM, SCRT, CTSI are all around 20% APR for native staking also.

If you buy PEPE now, you are definitely FOMO, just avoid it and buy some other tokens that can do a similar move. CTSI and ORE are some good ones.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Geez! Cartesi pumped to .36? I’ve always had some interest in CTSI

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Where’s that guy that was trying to short CTSI a few days ago? Now’s yo time!

Mentions:#CTSI

I agree with your assertion of Layer 2s, they are very important to blockchain scalability. My favourite L2s to check out are ARB, CTSI and MATIC. These are better projects than memecoins.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I think May is playing out in a bearish way as expected. It could also be that people are selling before the FOMC meeting. I'm taking advantage of the dip to buy more CTSI & VRA. Let's see how the market plays out on the 3rd.

Mentions:#CTSI#VRA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Fuck my fucking life man. Why the fuck is CTSI pumping with bitcoin drilling. Literally the coin I have a short on. Fuck my life

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Twitter, A good telegram or discord community (not call groups), here in reddit (occasionally). Considering you'll come across a lot of projects, the bulk of the work will still depend on your ability to DYOR and identify opportunities. Though in the bull run, you can blindly buy stuff and make profit. I can never forget fading MATIC last year after the rebrand Polygon simply because some influencer mentioned it. CTSI is giving me same vibes not with their numerous developers grants/hackathons and support. Not missing this too.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Seriously, why the fuck is CTSI going up with bitcoin drilling. Oh yeah, cause I have a fucking short on it.

Mentions:#CTSI
r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

I had CTSI in sats against BTC a couple of weeks ago and It has more than doubled, other alts in my portfolio also did well against BTC. I have already added more low caps (ORE and PUNDIX) in anticipation. I'm not so certain though but these signals are quite convincing.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

We're getting closer and closer to the bullrun, it's not a time to be conservative. Narratives matter a lot and will help you make a lot of money. One of the easiest, less risk-adverse narrative is Layer 2s, do your research and take your pick between ARB, OP, METIS, LRC, and CTSI. Remember that the lower the cap, the higher the upside, but be sure they're developing nicely.

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

I agree with you mate, Cartesi is solid as a rock. I keep piling up the CTSI and waiting for the mainnet...

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

>I don't keep stablecoins because they are even worse than fiat money. fair but i didn't ask that >If you have $ or Eur its worth will drop over time because of inflation, uncontrolled printing, etc, but at least it can't lose its peg and disappear like stablecoin. :D ya and you pay a 40% tax even everytime you convert, i highly doubt you are profitable doing this >I hodl ETH and BTC as my portfolio anchor, and OCEAN, CTSI, DFI, ADA, etc as potential gainers. so you lost like 80% this year? ok then

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Always been a fan of CTSI for some reason

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I don't keep stablecoins because they are even worse than fiat money. If you have $ or Eur its worth will drop over time because of inflation, uncontrolled printing, etc, but at least it can't lose its peg and disappear like stablecoin. :D I hodl ETH and BTC as my portfolio anchor, and OCEAN, CTSI, DFI, ADA, etc as potential gainers.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I don't know what amount is considered too much because it's relative. It mostly depends on the size of your investment. ETH, DOT and KSM are good picks but DOT and KSM may have had their best years behind. If I were to hold just 3 coins, they would be ETH, MATIC and CTSI.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Number 5 is great advice, stay up to date. It will help you make money, for example, I can accumulate more CTSI as I know that a lot is coming and they'll soon be mainnet ready. It will also help you not to lose money unnecessarily, I lost investments in 2 projects because I didn't know they were migrating and I lost everything after coming back months to see I missed migration deadlines.

Mentions:#CTSI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Cartesi is the first rollup that can be deployed as an L2 on L1s (like Ethereum) or L3 on L2s (Arbitrum, Optimism etc). I see CTSI having a MATIC run.

Mentions:#CTSI#MATIC