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Need advice on cashing out crypto to canadian dollars

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Maximizing Passive Income: Earning $2000 Monthly through Staking, RWAs, and Nodes

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Staking vs RWA vs Nodes: Generating $2000/month with Low-risk Plays

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Privacy Tokens DASH, ZCH, XMR Take Hit as OKX Says It Will Suspend Trading

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How to swap/convert/sell TOMO?

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The Best Alternative to Cardano Staking.

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Why not every Altcoin will Perform the same as the last Bullrun.

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A story about decentralization and proof of work

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DASH | FairLaunch Sunday 9 PM UTC ! Join The Community !

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DASH | FairLaunch Sunday 9 PM UTC !

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The IRS Bounty on Monero

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Let's talk EthOS, nodes on mobile and $0 platform fees

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Ethereum Staking vs. Dash Masternodes – The Ultimate Crypto Showdown for Rewards!

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Masternodes Are Back and Stronger Than Ever – You Won't Believe Then Check These Low Market Cryptocurrencies Projects!

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A Crypto Odyssey: Shifting from $VET to $DASH and $MNW Masternodes - A Metamorphic Expedition

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The Great Crypto Swap: From $VET to $DASH and $MNW Masternodes - A Transformative Journey.

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A Unique Approach to Passive Income in the Crypto Landscape!!

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My takeaway on setting up a Masternodes

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Nodes might be an alien concept for many but still one of the safest options!

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Unlock Your Spare PC’s Earning Potential: Generate Passive Income With Nodes

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My Crypto Masternodes Journey: Why I dumped my VET for DASH and MNW.

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Top masternode projects for passive income in 2023

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DASH Down 0.5% as Halving Completes Amid SEC Allegations - Tokenist

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eToro Restricts US Customers from Trading ALGO,MANA, MATIC,DASH tokens Amidst SEC Lawsuits

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eToro to Delist ALGO, MATIC, MANA, and DASH for US Customers

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Study reveals most popular crypto payment methods on Bitrefill

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SEC Finally Shows Its Hand

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[serious] existing security laws are vague enough almost any crypto asset can be pursued by the SEC

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SEC Deems DASH, ALGO, and OMG 'Unregistered Securities' in Bittrex Lawsuit

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Dash Community Rejects SEC’s Security Claim Over DASH Token

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SEC says DASH is a security... despite no ICO and proof-of-work mining. This is a huge red flag!

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SEC Sues Bittrex Crypto Exchange and Former CEO. Algorand deemed a security along with OMG, DASH, ALGO, TKN, NGC, IHT as Securities Traded on Bittrex in Complaint

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With the XRP case drawing closer to a conclusion it's important to remember there are other regulatory threats within the US, in particular FinCEN

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Ingenious scam AD fake a Cointiply promotion to steal users funds

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Debunking the ridiculous 'J-curve' theory.

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Those who have been into cyrpto for 3+ years, how did your portfolio look like back in the day? Which coins made it to your current one?

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This week in 2014. A glimpse of the past.

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Can't Find A Crypto To Buy?

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Analysis of Top 5 Privacy Coins

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Ethereum Falls Below This Key Level; Dogecoin Becomes Top Gainer - Bitcoin (BTC/USD), Dash (DASH/USD)

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Which crypto will not make a new all time high?

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Why it makes no sense to stake small amounts and why you can lose a lot on this. We are actually quite far from the real crypto adoption. Is it even necessary?

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All time low | best cryptocurrencies to invest in right now

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Huobi delists Monero, ZCash, and several others

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How to Buy Bitcoin in India

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What is your favorite anonymous protocol and why?

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Just done my first Bitcoin transfer in years. Surprised.

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DASH Price Analysis May 2022

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Kronos Sale is more than just a Safe Crypto Launch Platform! Make Passive Income! Learn How Below! CRO Chain Safe Launchpad

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What are you guys buying on this dip? If your not buying what’s your price targets?

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DASH Masternode Setup Guide

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BONTE COIN - a borderless digital currency with a high ROI

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Technical Challenges ( Lecture 7 of MIT 2018 Blockchain & Money)

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A look back on crypto history on the net

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Crypto is the Great Equalizer

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Anyone else miss the days with 30% drops?

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Not taking profits can be a big mistake and "holding mentality" is not the key to success all the time

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ETC and LRC biggest gainers as market looks stable over 2 trillion

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What are the 10 cryptos with lowest transaction fees?

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what are the 10 cryptos with lowest transaction fees?

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SO I finally decided to just get either a wallet for the specific coins that have the highest staking rewards instead of having everything in one place. Where should I put everything.

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Support Ukraine with cryptocurrency

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FreeFaucet DASH Upto 20k DASH Per Claim!

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The Canada Trucker Situation has me thinking about Privacy

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"It's not a loss until you sell" reeeally isn't as smart as you think it is

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The People Criticising Elon Musk Need To Chill & Re-Examine Their Priorities & What Crypto HODLERs Can Learn From This “Situation”

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What Ever Happened to DASH (DASH)?!

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The Bitfinex duo has supposedly used "all" the tricks to obfuscate the transactions, but did they really? How about CoinJoin?

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Hacker stole my $500K worth of tokens on 17 August 2021 help me to find them

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KAON - Listing & Shopping platform

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I have my investments split up over multiple exchanges and wallets. Which crypto is best held on which exchange/wallet for maximum rewards?

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$ALTCAKE 🎂 New 100X Gem 💎 Huge Potential 🚀 Big Marketing Campaign 🔥

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$ALTCAKE 🎂 New 100X Gem 💎 Huge Potential 🚀 Big Marketing Campaign 🔥

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Yesterday I was doing some research on Masternodes. After some DYOR, I found $SCC. Thoughts ?

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Just another update of the situation here in Venezuela, every week around 30 BTC are traded ONLY using LocalBitcoin back and forth between Bs. (Bolivares) and BTC. Last week it was 26 BTC. Other exchanges are Binance, AirTM and Reserve (there are more). STILL, monthly minimum wage is around 2 USD!

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If there is the biggest lesson to learn from crypto investment, for me it would be "patience". Patience with buying. Patience with hodling. Patience with selling.

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I am sure you guys are worried about Bear or Bull. So here is my strategy which helps me not really care which direction.

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How secure is your communication network?

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27 BTC were traded in Venezuela last week only using LocalBitcoin, total amount traded worldwide there was 323 BTC. Binance is king, but others try to gain market like AirTM, Reserve among others. Price went down from 220,000 Bs to 170,000 Bs. Still, monthly minimum wage is around 2 USD!

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Blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and mining

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24 BTC were traded in Venezuela last week only using LocalBitcoin, around 8% of the total traded worldwide. Other exchanges used here are Binance (king by far), AirTM, Reserve among others. Still, monthly minimum wage is around 2 USD! AMA

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24 BTC were traded in Venezuela last week only using LocalBitcoin, around 8% of the total traded worldwide. Other exchanges used here are Binance (king by far), AirTM, Reserve among others. Still, monthly minimum wage is around 2 USD! AMA

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Remember Nano, this sub's (former?) favorite coin? It left the top 200 for the first time since 2017 today

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25 BTC were traded last week in Venezuela using LocalBitcoin! Other exchanges are Binance (king), AirTM, Reserve and others. Still, MONTHLY minimum wage sits around 2 USD.

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The results if you held coins from the Top 10 for 4 years from January 1, 2018.

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Top 10 Dead Coins in the top 100?

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The Beauty of Dollar Cost Averaging

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Cryptator.net - Easy to use Ad-FREE Faucetlists!

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Cryptocurrency ATMs: how they work and why they are needed

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Should You Sell Dash (DASH) Saturday?

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How to understand if one crypto is actually cheaper than another (with calculator link)

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How to find a cheap crypto (with link)

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How to find a cheap crypto

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What will be the next big hype/bubble in 2022?

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If you could bring back one crypto from the dead which would it be?

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5 web 3 crypto,s to buy for the future .

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Does anyone actually remember DASH?

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I bought $1k of the Top 10 Cryptos on January 1st, 2018 (NOV Update/Month 47)

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You forgot some good ones: > It is, and the piece that people don’t understand is the world and communication moves a hell of a lot faster now than it did back then. Like orders of magnitude faster. It’s not going to take years for crypto projects to unseat bitcoin. It’s going to take months. > Honestly, who are these people who introduce Bitcoins to newbies. They are the one to blame, seriously. People need to stop mentioning Bitcoin too much. When I introduce blockchain to my friends I only mention Ethereum and maybe say Bitcoin once as an example of other blockchain like Ethereum. But this is a discussion forum, *specifically for cryptocurrencies that are not Bitcoin* (otherwise people would be posting in /r/bitcoin) - It's not really surprising that the posters there are trying to think of things other than Bitcoin. This is also a **super** cherry picked thread from near the very tip top of the alt boom in 2017. It's so cherry picked that at the time, Bitconnect was in the top 10, along with DASH and NEM. Bitcoin Cash was still "warring" with BTC for the name. That being said, you're also forgetting the coins that *did* become mainstays, that did increase in value since then, that did make their name in the crypto markets. DOGE, even deflated massively, has gone up 24x since then. BNB is up 100x+. LINK is up 30x. Dozens of other alts have gone up 100-1000xs into the top 100 in that time. While I agree with your messages and laugh when receipts are posted, the main thing people should take away from them is that you should *never marry your altcoins and hold them until the end of time*. You can make gains, but you **should take profits**. If you get into the "next big thing", congrats, take your profits and move on. Don't hold it for 10 years, or if you plan on doing that, know that it has a very small chance of being something at the end of that time.

Not every alt. Go look at the All Chart for DASH for example. Although it might drop slightly more depending on what the general market does, it's literally at rock bottom. There are so many others in the same position.

Mentions:#DASH

Crypto is the future. But I wouldn't have used multiple eth transfers to get the job done with the gas fees they add on lol. Next time try LTC, DASH, BCH or XRP for something like this. DASH has instant settlement and practically zero fees.

I used DASH and Bitrefill. I keep money in Bitcoin and use sideshift.ai to move bitcoin into dash.

Mentions:#DASH

I think 0.1 BTC in 20 years is going to change lives. I have friends who have $60,000 in their savings account. There is NO EXCUSE for them not to get 0.1 BTC and put it away....in my opinion. I use BTC for saving, and DASH for spending.

Mentions:#BTC#DASH

I'd say a good place to start with this would be to go to [coinmarketcap.com](http://coinmarketcap.com), take a look at top 20-150 coins, and see what they're about. Anything under 2b market cap has a chance to 10x in bull market peak. A lot of interesting investments to be found around 50-500m MC. Ignore "dino" coins from 2017 like NEM, XTZ. Don't follow the hype around coins like XRP or CRO. Avoid privacy coins like XRM or DASH (despite the use case, it's only a matter of time till most exchanges delist them, no point in market makers pumping them then). With your risk tolerance you should be able to find 20+ coins easily that sound worth investing into. I'd also recommend diversifying into multiple, don't put all your money in one coin.

The top ten in the market Cap of 2017 would be netting you even right now. NEO, XEM, BCH, MIATA, DASH, XRP, XLM. These are the ones I remember off the top of my head. You must be a trader. Which is not something 99% of the people here can do. HODL bitcoin and you’d have turned $1k into $66k.

> The only people who have their money frozen by banks or governments are criminals. Wrong. Canada froze bank accounts for people who protest. Banks get hacked all the time. In the last year, I had two charges on my bank from a hotel overseas. Took me 30-40 days to get my money back. I do not have this problem with DASH.

Mentions:#DASH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not those. I traded my tiny DASH and ZEC bags when I realized they were sliding towards the bottom of page 2 of CMC.

Mentions:#DASH#ZEC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah I dunno about this. "Still around" in the sense they didn't go way the way of BitConnect, but there are so many 2017 projects that are essentially dead and treading water and are only purchased by bag holders or people who left and came back years later. When was the last time you heard someone talk about Verge? or DASH, NEM, PPT, OMG, NEO, LSK, STRAT, MONA, KMD, SALT, EMC2, ETN.. etc etc those were all top 500 coins at the peak of the bull in december 2017

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Based on my two cycles of experience, hell no. I remember when the big names were NEO, DASH, OMG, NANO, EOS, etc. If I had DCA’d into those, I’d be cucked out of the last bull run. You should be studying the satoshi/gwei pairing, not the fiat pair. They rarely outperform cycle after cycle. Alt portfolios are like a bingo card. Utility rarely outperforms hype. I seriously recommend lurking on 4chan/biz/ to chase pumps, over DCAing into alts.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Got bored during Covid (end 2020) so took some time to read about crypto. I seriously tried to understand all about blockchain's and so on. Okay, I might be 60+ yrs but I'm not stupid (I thought.. ghe ghe). Ended up buying NPXS (PundiX now) because I figured that this was (at least by then, one of the) the only crypto with a irl-use-case ánd it's main purpose was (and still is, I think) making transactions of all kinds of crypto easy between retailers and consumers. Whether it's gonna be PundiX or one of the direct competitors by now (like LTC, Nano, XLM, DASH, XRP, XMR) who's gonna win that proposition: I still believe that if crypto becomes broadly accepted (and it probably will), that the winner of the irl-exchange between consumers and retailers 'is on gold'. Anyway, short after I ended up buying NPXS, the denomination/transition to PundiX gave me a fantastic loss ;). After a few stupid mistakes, I started to DCA and bought some BTC and ETH as well. By now I start to see some 'light'-green figures. Not sure what to do .. take out my invested dimes having no loss or hodl.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My personal choices are: - Nano (XNO) - Monero (XMR) Also, Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Litecoin (LTC), Dash (DASH), ZCash (ZEC), and a few others still hold strong to the idea and vision of peer-to-peer decentralized money. It's not for the lack of working alternatives. Many like you realized this issue with Bitcoin (BTC) and moved on (I did it myself). There is nothing wrong with moving on to better tools. EMBRACE THE CHANGE!

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Yep. I saw this with DASH back in December 2016/January 2017, people were saying it was a scam. But it wasn't. I exchanged it for another coin that didn't do nearly as well. DASH later went to over $1000 that same year...from...wait for it...$13. Never and I mean EVER believe these posts. It's almost always because someone has capitulated and the price is ready to start ramping. Whenever someone shitposts about a token, and I hold it, I know that I'm unlikely to do poorly from holding it and very likely to suffer if I sell it. XRP will likely head towards $5...but as always, never invest money you're not prepared to part with.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I feel that's a common thread. My first entries besides BTC were LTC, OMG, LINK, DASH, and FIL. I've since balanced to 25% BTC, 25% ETH, and 50% all else and it's served me so much better.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The shock is they're not entirely wrong. I Mean people love the IDEA of BTC, but not many people actually trade in it. For actual trade, you need #BCH, or #DASH, or #Monero, or any one of the other 10,000 coins out there.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The shock is they're not entirely wrong. I Mean people love the IDEA of BTC, but not many people actually trade in it. For actual trade, you need #BCH, or #DASH, or #Monero, or any one of the other 10,000 coins out tehre.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

All stale 2021 coins that wont pump again. Just like stale coins from 2017 like EOS, IOTA, and DASH didnt.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The first DAO was DASH It has worked technically very well for the last 10 years, but the project itslef has kind of wasted away.

Mentions:#DAO#DASH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There are no "privacy coins". There is only one coin that CIA cannot crack the code, that is Monero. All others are trackable. Why is still ZEC and DASH on Binance? Because they don't work.

Mentions:#ZEC#DASH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Well, come with a counter argument then. Monero has an algorithm even CIA cannot crack. Name another coin with same features. ZEC? DASH? They are tracable. Monero doesn't need a shill because it offers something that none other cryptocurrency has. I just pointed out the obvious after seeing the news today. The girl on the news, she wouldn't be facing 20 years in prison today just by simply using Monero. Sad.

Mentions:#ZEC#DASH
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Is it safe? Sure. It really depends on what you mean. You basically have to trust that those wrapped assets are backed and redeemable in their native chains. Sometimes it is more expensive to deal with native assets, but that's the price you pay to deal with actual native assets. The good thing is, that you can easily swap between different native assets like BTC and DASH using Thorchain or Maya Protocol. Without dealing with a centralized exchange, you can go from one native asset to the other. Personally, this is how I like to manage my assets. I know 100% that those assets are legit, and they're on their respective chain. No trusting bridge services, no KYC, no bs.

Mentions:#BTC#DASH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Cardano and Bitcoin are probably safe plays. I don't know that I would keep such a tight basket, though. Especially considering Maya Protocol is integrating Cardano for native ADA <-> BTC swaps. This will allow you to swap BTC & ADA to and from other assets like ETH, KUJI, & even DASH. Might be a good idea to diversify a tiny bit more than just 2 assets, and there is an easy way to do it through Maya.

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OK so let me get this straight: Binance enlists every shitcoin memecoin rugpull bullshit they can find, but delists Monero? "The Monero"? Is that the story here? They are not only de-listing Monero but at the same time blocking withdrawals which means forcing accounts to sell their Monero instead. It looks like an operation to me rather than a simple de-listing considering that it was already expected months ago. This is a kill attempt similar to what happened to Bitcoin many times in the past. Monero is not a rugpull memecoin you can -40% in a day, you need serious organized effort to be able to pull that off. Monero is one of the oldest coins out there with a perfect algorithm to protect your privacy which has a perfectly running network for years. Monero is king of privacy and darknet. ZEC, DASH or any others doesn't even come close to it. Monero developers and community have some of the smartest minds on the planet. Monero has a circulating supply same as Bitcoin, it doesn't have trillions of coins out there and every whale I know is keeping a portion of Monero in their portfolio "just in case". CEX will come and go. Monero will stay. Here is an example from Jan-2021: [https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2021/01/01/bittrex-to-delist-privacy-coins-monero-dash-and-zcash/](https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2021/01/01/bittrex-to-delist-privacy-coins-monero-dash-and-zcash/) Where is Bittrex now? Go check yourself: [https://bittrexglobal.com/](https://bittrexglobal.com/)

Mentions:#ZEC#DASH#CEX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I know the popular choice is mixing through XMR & DASH. But one might explore RHOM too. It claims to employ RingCT for anonymous transactions.

Mentions:#XMR#DASH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You asked so I'll answer and get downvoted. (I like LTC, just being honest) LTC does nothing novel compared to Bitcoin. Charlie lee changed a few parameters so there'd be more coins and a different hashing algo. There's currently zero development. Nothing since the mimblewimble block extensions which no one uses. Okay fees are low, great. They're also super low on every single alt other than BTC/ETH. LTC's primary strength is it was early to market and got listed on all the big exchanges and thus developed a network effect. But what now? Why is no one developing on it? Other layer 1 coins at least have useful privacy, on-chain coinholder voting, treasuries, building out DEXs, moving the peg forward (XMR, DCR, ZEC, DASH etc) LTC is boring. And that's fine. It does what it needs to do. Just don't expect people to get too excited about it.

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tldr; Market liquidity for privacy tokens such as Monero (XMR), Zcash (ZEC), and DASH has hit all-time lows due to crypto exchanges delisting these assets amid regulatory pressure. Kaiko's data indicates that liquidity for these tokens was just $5 million last week following their removal from OKX. Major platforms have increasingly delisted privacy tokens, with ZEC being the most delisted over the past two years. This trend has led to market fragmentation, with XMR remaining on large exchanges and ZEC and DASH trading on smaller, unregulated venues. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don't forget [BasicSwap DEX](https://basicswapdex.com/) which has been live for over a year now and supports atomic swaps between BTC, XMR, PIVX, PART, DASH, FIRO and LTC.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Love your insights! LRC & XMR indeed have unique use-cases. Consider learning more about other gems like ADA, DASH & BNB for a diversified portfolio. Happy investing!

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DASH is gonna outperform this cycle!

Mentions:#DASH
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DASH to the moon

Mentions:#DASH
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tldr; OKX is delisting several spot trading pairs to maintain a robust trading environment, following their Token Delisting/Hiding Guideline. Affected pairs include FSN, ZKS, CAPO, CVP, XMR, DASH, ZEC, and ZEN. Deposits for these tokens have been suspended since December 27, 2023, and withdrawals will be suspended starting March 5, 2024. Users are advised to manage their assets and cancel orders before delisting, as the system will automatically cancel them within 1-3 working days. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Privacy tokens DASH, XMR, and ZCH experienced a drop in value after the crypto exchange OKX announced it will suspend trading of these tokens on January 5. OKX's decision is based on the tokens not meeting their listing criteria, although they did not specify that the delisting is due to the privacy features of these coins. Privacy tokens are known for their ability to conceal transaction details, making them less favored by regulators. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DASH is basically non existent on the darknet since AlphaBay fell, and iirc from Cazes spreadsheets, almost nobody used it then. I like DASH but it's floundered for too long to make headway now imo. Even litecoin saw more momentum post 2014 over DASH

Mentions:#DASH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Apart from BTC and Monero, no crypto has "real world utility". We're just gambling and we know it. SOL is following the DASH pattern. People who bought at $150 and watched SOL going down to $15, will get rid of it out of fear it will crash again. And it will. Most likely for good. Those who bought DASH at $600 during the first bullrun and didn't sell at $1000, were selling at $200 during the next br.... Where's DASH now?

Mentions:#BTC#SOL#DASH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just remember that people in 2017 were bullish on NEO, DASH, IOTA, NANO etc and look how that turned out. People in 2021 were bullish on NFTs, Defi, Play to earn, ALGO, Celsius etc. There were some "winners" from back then. Cardano, BNB and Vechain come to mind. But the vast majority will fade away into nothingness. I'm writing this as a word of caution for anyone coming in here to read about the latest shiny new alt coins

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Remember when DASH went from single digits to over $100 in a few months? Then by the end of the year hit $1500? It's at $33 now lol

Mentions:#DASH
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tldr; The CoinDesk Market Index (CMI) outperformed the S&P 500 in 2023, with a 125% gain compared to the S&P's 23%. The CoinDesk Computing Index (CPU) led sector gains with a 167% return. Injective Protocol's INJ token, RenderToken, and Solana's SOL saw significant returns, while ApeCoin, Luna, DASH, BAL, OMG, and ZEC were among the biggest losers. Bitcoin maintained its dominance with a 164% return, and the Smart Contract Platform Sector (SMT) index returned 107%, slightly underperforming the CMI. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

NEN and DASH in the top 10. Wow.

Mentions:#DASH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AFAIK it's not meant to be a smart contract chain, it's meant to compete with BTC, LTC, DASH, etc.

Mentions:#BTC#LTC#DASH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

whatever happened to masternode coins like DASH and PIVX? are those coming back for bull runs?!

Mentions:#DASH#PIVX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DASH

Mentions:#DASH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Have you ever invested in a masternode project? If yes, which one? Me: DASH

Mentions:#DASH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

yes. Current coin supported are: BTC, XMR, ZEC, LTC, BCH, DASH, Doge, and Wownero (though I cant get the wownero stagenet working, so its "offline" when run in testnet mode)

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Anyone who remembers... Darkcoin =》DASH Antshares =》NEO Omisego =》OMG Network The good old days..

Mentions:#DASH#NEO#OMG
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Projects which are HUGE today, but will fade away.. Any bets? ARK was in top 10 DASH was in top 10 Etc. etc.... Let's see your predictions ;)

Mentions:#ARK#DASH
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Are there actually PoW chains launching with fixed supply? I felt like tail emission was established as a best practice by now. Capped supply is to address a cognitive bias (so yes I think it’s about optics), people think fixed supply means number go up, and unlimited supply means number never go up. Over course this is an oversimplification, we’re not just speaking about supply and demand, it's also velocity of money. If you want to see number go up because of scarcity, that means the supply that is off the market needs to be greater than the demand that wants it (and also the speed at which the supply can move hands to cover the demand). Notice there's 2 dimensions here, and we're talking about bits moving at the speed of light (think about Lightning, not just on-chain transactions) With paper coins minted by exchanges, as well as the effects of market makers and other financial magicians, this gets difficult to hold simple laws in effect. Overall you need to meme that something has value, and this will do more to give it value than any sort of imposed scarcity. This is the belief that will get people to take coins off the market, and get others to want to do the same, decreasing supply and increasing demand. Explaining CKB’s design will take some time, thankfully there’s an article for that https://www.nervos.org/knowledge-base/tokenomics\_of\_nervos\_network. There is no cap, but 1) long term holders can lock in the DAO to get their portion of the secondary issuance (secondary issuance is spread among all issued coins, long term holders are effectively compounding their holdings at a very low rate each block) 2) Miners are paid the proportion of secondary issuance equivalent to the CKB that are being used to store data 3) A treasury fund (currently being burned) receives the proportion of CKB that is “liquid”, not being used to store data but also not locked in the DAO. I’m not aware of any other chain with a \*\*decentralized\*\* in-protocol treasury. DASH treasury goes to an entity, as does ZCash, the SEC has already called out the DASH treasury mechanism as the makings of a security. The scripting in these protocols isn’t sufficiently advanced to allocate this treasury on-chain. The Ethereum community could have done this with the base fees imposed by EIP-1559, but it was chosen to burn these instead, creating “ultra sound money” and avoiding the governance nightmare of allocating billions of dollars of ETH. It will be a significant undertaking to get the on-chain allocation mechanisms for the CKB treasury right, but in my opinion it is more than worth it.

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Never heard of DASH? Darkcoin rebranded to DASH... I bought Darkcoin back in 2014, first project with masternodes. 1000 coins needed.

Mentions:#DASH
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I this enough "" The PEPE POW story, born in May 2023, revolves around decentralization and code-as-law principles. It started as a frog-themed fork of DASH, aiming to rival Dogecoin as a proof-of-work meme coin. Miners, seeking new opportunities, joined the project. PEPE POW introduced features from DASH, like a proof-of-stake layer and developer fees, attracting more interest. Despite initial success, coding issues and the disappearance of the original developer jeopardized the project. However, the community rallied, taking control and forking PEPE POW into a successful, decentralized coin, showcasing the power of decentralized networks governed by code, not individuals.""

Mentions:#PEPE#DASH
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lol DASH

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Any of you guys here still holding DASH? My 2017 bag is looking sad right now.

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Before ETH killers it was “BTC Killers” BCH, DECRED, BSV, LTC, DASH, ZEC, NANO +100 more. Now look today, basically all of these coins are dead, some like LTC have hung on but still down 80%+ against BTC. New coins don’t even brand themselves as BTC killers anymore. Bitcoin ossified at the top to the point its unchallenged by incumbents. ETH killers are still around and in the top 10. They are becoming less common though and it seems like most new coins in that area are moving to become ETH L2s. I don’t think ETH is where Bitcoin is yet, competitors will keep trying for a bit longer. Bitcoin is really the only coin right now that is so dominant it’s not even challenged any longer but ETH is on the path to getting there too. However, ETH is far more complicated in it’s scope and I don’t believe it could ever hold it’s niche as dominantly as BTC.

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I know stellar lumens (XLM) and DASH was pretty big in remittance from the US to Latin America for a while. Not sure about now though

Mentions:#XLM#DASH

DASH

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It happened to me once, it was a long time ago, using DASH. Lost $200 ! Now I triple check everything every time, can’t be too cautious !!

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even that's not good advice. The top ten crypto in 2016 were 1. BTC 2. ETH 3. XRP 4. LTC 5. XMR 6. ETC 7. DASH 8. MAID 9. XEM 10. STEEM

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DASH was not an ‘ETH killer’, DASH was a pure currency that was invented before Ethereum. It was a ‘Bitcoin killer’ or ‘silver to Bitcoins gold’ type grift. Ended the way all the killers do though, dead in a ditch

Mentions:#DASH#ETH
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I was around during its launch. At that time, launching new coin was typically regarded as unreliable project, like i0coin and darkcoin before it, etc... i0coin for example just totally discontinued, so basically almost no one except their own devs are involved in ICO. However ETH's turing-completness is a huge advantage over bitcoin, I thought I could buy it anyway if it is proven good after a few years. So I just kept watching without buying any. At mean time, BTC had some severe internal political conflict (some devs want to limit the block size and prioritize LN development, and some devs want to scale the block size). And since that conflict revealed some serious problem of bitcoin core devs (lack of vision and leadership, prioritizing a proven obsolete LN settlement mechanism), I anticipated LN will be a failure, then I started to look into other coins that have better leadership and road map. Then ETH and DASH (at that time they had a social media star Amanda and lots of publications) entered my list, but only until April 2016 I started to buy into them, and I remember that ETH price had risen already 10 fold, from 1 USD to 10 USD

Mentions:#ETH#BTC#DASH
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DASH fell off really hard

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Why did DASH, 1INCH and Astar pump? I don't know. It's crypto. Big buyer maybe. Manipulation maybe. It's rare something fundamentally changed

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Why did DASH, 1INCH and Astar pump? I don't know. It's crypto. Big buyer maybe. Manipulation maybe. It's rare something fundamentally changed

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ETH, 4 years ago approximately But I mined DASH while learning about crypto 8 years ago, it was my introduction to mining and crypto in general At the time I thought that Bitcoin was already too expensive to buy. Now I DCA into it. Sometimes I think about that time and I regret not buying BTC sooner

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I always favour Nano (XNO), if it's an option on the exchange/swap service I'm using. And I usually favour services that have nano available — due to having the lowest fees and lowest finality time from all other currencies. If nano isn't available, I might use LTC, BCH, DASH or some other alternative.

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Almost dead, yep. At least IOTA and NEM have tried to evolve, IOTA into Shimmer and Assembly, and NEM into Symbol. Not sure if DASH has done anything except be DASH.

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Venezuela quit on DASH a long time ago. I think during the play to earn frenzy lol everybody migrated to even trashier shitcoins.

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XLM and DASH also have ridiculously cheap transaction fees.

Mentions:#XLM#DASH
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Usually XLM but some exchanges have high withdrawal fees for it and in that case DASH never failed me!

Mentions:#XLM#DASH
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IOTA, NEM, DASH all of them are almost dead

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The upside potential is crazy when you consider it's low marketcap compared to other payment solutions that are technically worse, DASH / LTC .... Now will it happen ? that's another question, but the potential is there

Mentions:#DASH#LTC
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[This temp link should work for the next couple hours.](https://sd.rapidsave.com/download.php?permalink=https://reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/154uwt8/bitcoin_can_fix_her/&video_url=https://v.redd.it/h1pfod0475db1/DASH_1080.mp4?source=fallback&audio_url=https://v.redd.it/h1pfod0475db1/DASH_audio.mp4?source=fallback)

Mentions:#DASH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

it goes both ways, some of the most popular stuff that was in the top 10 or top 20 a few years ago have taken huge falls. MKR, currently 48 EOS, currently 49 NEO, currently 64 MIOTA, currently 77 DASH, currently 92 OMG, currently 259

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Nah, DASH belongs just fine and it has a higher anonymizer set than XMR does at 4 million for DASH and only 16 for XMR. That makes XMR way easier to trace and track, that's a fact "It just" yeah so? You downplayin' that is mad disrespectful and misleadin'. BTC coinjoin is the best privacy we got. Completely hides history. XMR is breakable and has been broken before. Anyone who did any research knows this Nope, the crippleminer was deliberately for XMR and the XMR core guys admitted to getting the supply for almost a year. You straight up lyin' now. Nobody knows who thankful-whatever is/was tho, right? So how do you know he didn't just come back as someone else? If you can't prove that he didn't, you don't got no right to say that "he hasn't been involved". You can't prove that So yea, it is COMPLETELY like I said it was. YES XMR IS VULNERABLE. OSPEAD ATTACK plus remote node attacks released earlier this year. You straight up lyin' fr fr OSPEAD is an attack, the "attempted attacks" are only known because of the research, but yeah, the attacks are very real and have been there since the beginning so that's a terrible defense. Nope, you are the ignorant one here. You spoutin' lies and don't even know the real story of the coin you supportin'. That makes you trash. If they arrested ppl for using XMR do you REALLY THINK they'd advertise it? Use your head.

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To that Monero arbo guy: Nah, DASH belongs just fine and it has a higher anonymizer set than XMR does at 4 million for DASH and only 16 for XMR. That makes XMR way easier to trace and track, that's a fact "It just" yeah so? You downplayin' that is mad disrespectful and misleadin'. BTC coinjoin is the best privacy we got. Completely hides history. XMR is breakable and has been broken before. Anyone who did any research knows this Nope, the crippleminer was deliberately for XMR and the XMR core guys admitted to getting the supply for almost a year. You straight up lyin' now. Nobody knows who thankful-whatever is/was tho, right? So how do you know he didn't just come back as someone else? If you can't prove that he didn't, you don't got no right to say that "he hasn't been involved". You can't prove that So yea, it is COMPLETELY like I said it was. YES XMR IS VULNERABLE. OSPEAD ATTACK plus remote node attacks released earlier this year. You straight up lyin' fr fr OSPEAD is an attack, the "attempted attacks" are only known because of the research, but yeah, the attacks are very real and have been there since the beginning so that's a terrible defense. Nope, you are the ignorant one here. You spoutin' lies and don't even know the real story of the coin you supportin'. That makes you trash. If they arrested ppl for using XMR do you REALLY THINK they'd advertise it? Use your head.

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DASH is one of the ones that doesn't belong because it's not really a privacy coin, it just has BTC-style coinjoins through a master node system. The crippled miner was from the original implementation of CryptoNote, Bytecoin, and stayed in the forked version, Bitmonero, but not necessarily intentionally. Also, the person who made the Bitmonero fork, thankful_for_today, has not been involved with the project since the earliest months. so, generally nothing like you've presented the situation: https://monero.stackexchange.com/questions/858/monero-origins-optimized-crippled-miner#859 And no, XMR is not vulnerable. There are well known shortcomings of the ring signature model, that are actively being researched at that, but for one it's just a single prong of a three pronged approach to privacy one that still works well. OSPEAD isn't even an attack, it's the name of a research project to make the project stronger against attempted attacks. https://ccs.getmonero.org/proposals/Rucknium-OSPEAD-Fortifying-Monero-Against-Statistical-Attack.html Honestly you're the one that seems ignorant here. If Monero is so weak, show me one person that has been arrested due to vulnerabilities in Monero.

Mentions:#DASH#BTC#XMR
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Nah you wrong. All DASH instantsend transactions are on the blockchain and are equivalent to 6 confirmations. Coinbase and other services recognize this. DASH instant payments are faster than Nano or the same from my experience. Nano is slow (when spammed, which you can't do on DASH), and ain't scalable. Ya'll are just delusional af fr

Mentions:#DASH
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Wow, everythin' you wrote is wrong fr DASH is OLDER than XMR by a couple months. XMR did **not** have a fair n uncontested launch. Google "the cripplemine scam", the XMR devs sucked up the majority of the new supply for the first year by giving their community bad miners while keeping the good ones for themselves. That's basically a stealth premine. XMR's privacy also ain't ever really worked. It was shown to be vulnerable to a whole buncha different attacks back in 2018. And in 2021 the OSPEAD attack was discovered. This attack makes XMR's privacy worthless and has been usable since XMR was founded. Most of the ppl who talk about and push XMR are completely ignorant bout its history, to the point where I honestly think ya'll are paid to lie to us.

Mentions:#DASH#XMR
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No idea about DASH, but I'd feel pretty confident about ADA hitting atleast $2 again in the bull run.

Mentions:#DASH#ADA
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Did I waste my money? I bought ADA at $1.10 and DASH at $150. Are either of these ever going back to this price?

Mentions:#ADA#DASH
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How do you feel about holding coins that are never going back to ATHs again? DASH and ZCASH topped like 6 years ago, one is down 97.5% and the other literally 99%. I agree on needing the new coins. Judging from past cycles most coins can only get back to a fraction of their last ATHs. I'm really considering selling most of my LINK, DOT, MATIC AND XRP. I feel like at least some of those will suffer the same fate.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Of all mentioned coins I know about Zilliqa and DASH, but I don't see how they could change anything or why would they pump in the future. ZIL offers smart contracts like a bunch of other blockchains and it doesn't stick out on any parameter from them DASH has an interesting option of privacy preserving transactions, but it is far less known and respected than Monero in that field. I am much more into early-stage projects like Weaver Labs, with a serious and unique agenda and proven potential. WeaverLabs is leading the way in bridging the gap in telecom supply and empowering underserved regions. It harnesses the power of cryptocurrency tokens to revolutionize the global telecom industry. This is the agenda that glows in the dark field of thousands of similar crypto projects...

Mentions:#DASH#ZIL