I hear about the airdrops on ATOM. However, the way people talk about it, you'll think there's an airdrop every day at least. Hahaha. In regards to staking, if there's anything I'm on the lookout for, it's got to be Chainlink Staking. And it's likely to happen this year. Apart from that, I currently have a few thousands of dollars staked on DIA, Binaance Savings that is.
Replacing others, I'll say PIVX. It's done awesome recently. DIA & LINK. Seems those are following the same trajectory. But while chainlink is looking forward to a major announcement too, that's the implementation of the LINK staking, DIA has continued to see interesting partnerships, product updates, and all. TBH, I think the bull rally is close.
I have no idea why Eth is dumping. But I guess it's a better opportunity for bulls right now to buy at lower levels. I'm not only going to buy ETH, LINK, TRB, and DIA also. I think the Cardano Vasil is the next big thing to hit the space. Can't wait.
My strategy have been decently simple on the way up or down I tend to stick to my guns and DCA into my favorite projects on a diversified matter with a slight bias towards oracles like LINK and DIA. Most of my holdings are still red due to the bear market we live on but I'm really glad to have projects on the green such as BTC, ETH and URUS
Still DCAing on my biggest bags. TRB, DIA, LINK, & Matic. and for the first time, I'm super bullish on XRP. But if you ask me if I'm bothered if anything happens in 2022, I'll tell you NO. I don't, to be honest. I'll likely buy even more lows and I'm comfortable with that.
There's so much happening on the crypto space... metaverse could be a very solid one... not having any SAND or MANA is possibly riskier than not having none... the same goes for oracles like LINK or DIA among the growth of the data hungry crypto space and the rise of web3
I didn't incur many losses but for a few projects, I dabbled in at the peak. I took profits from many more projects tho. So, I can safely say I'm still in profit. However, I've been researching a lot of projects I'm not fully convinced about. And I'm glad that most of them have also delayed either their launches or listing because of the bear market. But if there are bags that made me a ton of money that I would love to still go all in on, it would be ETH, DIA, and LINK until we hit the peak, again.
Only investing what I can afford to lose at any one time for me. Accumulating consistently, of course. But still, what I can afford to let go only. And then uninstalling the charts from my mobile. You prolly will not know how awesome this is until you do it. Lastly, stick with projects with active communities. PIVX, LINK, DIA, etc. That way, you know what's going on with the team and if there's a chance for a moonshot.
For me, it's how much can I afford to invest. It's 10% of my monthly income. It's a small about for me, it can't even take care of feeding in 2 weeks. Sometimes it's something I'll spend on an emergency. But it's something I can spend without looking back. I have been at this for a couple of years. Buying just bitcoin at first. Added ETH, LTC. Added Chainlink and DIAdata DIA too. Discovered DIA while in search of freelancing tasks. And DIA has a DAO that is paid out weekly. So, I said why not? I can as well just put part of what I earn into buying the project's native token. I'll continue to do this for 5-6 years. And I'll just let things ride from there.
LFG XRP. I know I've been one of the biggest XRP critics in the past but right now, I think XRP could actually blast thru its ATH again. But not just XRP, looking forward to ETH, LINK, TRB, and DIA making a stunning moonshot too. DIA is a solid project if you ask me and able to flip LINK in the long run. Team is at it, even in the very dips.
It really depends on my mood, where a few years ago I was kind of a workaholic and that wasn't good at all, ending up in a burnout! After that I kind of embraced sort of a "hippie" life, a bit exaggerated but wasn't worried about money... living each day and that wasn't that good after not that long while... this days I'm kind on a "work hard,play hard" mindset with 2 full time jobs, making me having less time to spend money and more money than I would otherwise. This opened the doors to investing! DCA into stocks (mostly diversified managed funds) and into my favourite crypto projects (ETH, DIA, DOT, etc). When crypto and stocks go extremely well, I cash out to invest in real estate which is the end goal, for a solid (not so) passive income for the long run!
The first and most basic rule is DYOR. Second, don't trust anyone except what you have concluded for yourself. Third, when making a portfolio, don't stick to just one project, but have a variety of them... For example, you hold 3 premium projects such as BTC, ETH, and BNB, 2-3 projects that show a lot of potential with a small market such as DIA, OCEAN, and ACH, and you follow those that have yet to come out and have huge potentials like FLUID and Pooky. And never invest more than you are ready to lose, because that is one of the 2 basic rules of crypto. If you are interested in anything else, feel free to write, I will be happy to answer...
Good check list, things like this requires gems with potentials, though I'm not seeing an x10 happening soon, but if I'm to join challenges like this, I'll stick with web 3 protocols that have got good utility, like GRT, DIA and SYLO.
Hype has a strong power, and with better or worse narrative it's all about it! It's extremely complex to value a crypto project as it's revenue streams tend to be hard to quantify let alone, and then the crypto volatility makes even harder. It's hard do understand how oracles like DIA or BAND are so low on the CMC... and even more scandalous, how is LINK, a so big and important protocol that collects and delivers DATA to most of the crypto space? Half of DeFi would stop working without it... and, LINK don't even make top 20...
That's a long way to go, possible, but probably not even likely... crypto has a future, defi has a future and ethereum has a future... what future? We'll need to find out! My take on this is always bet on the infrastructure and not punt into projects! I like L1s in general because of this, and ETH is great for this alongside other like BNB, ADA, etc. Oracles like DIA and LINK are also a great way to invest on crucial infrastructure with guaranteed growth thanks to the increasing DATA demand. Protocols like Subscan or Subsquid are also good example of this
Ahaha loved the Lambo! Brilliant! That made my day! I guess you are right on your take... enjoy a bit and relax the hardcore investing mindset! I've been DCAing into a lot of stuff from BTC to DIA for a good time, and I never took money out... it's like a one way system...
I've been completely focus solely on the buying side with ongoing DCA strategy for BTC and ETH for a long time and with more recent on niches I believe there are value like oracles with LINK and DIA or NFTs with QTZ and WAX, but the truth is that I barely took any profits, and have been buying along the way. It won't happen again! I'll secure profits now on! The strategy is simple, every time an investment triples, I'll take the initial stake!
Everyone is shilling ETH these days ahead of the merge. I personally don't think it will have any effect on the price, I might be wrong tho. When the LINK staking is implemented, oh yeah, that's a big deal. I have also been following development on DIA, I'm part of its DAO, I earn from its DAO and I can say for sure it's a hidden gem.
I have uncles in their late 60s into early 70s in crypto. Yeah, adoption is on. Funny enough, they don't just have bitcoins, they got ETH, LINK, DIA, and a couple more. You'd be surprised if you saw their portfolio. They are retired from active service, what else do you want them to use their retirement funds for anyway?
Well, DAOs are something I think people aren't utilizing. DIA DAO for one is where you can literally make some side income doing some gigs like copywriting and all. And you get paid for approved submissions. PeopleDAO, ProXifyDAO, & WeavrDAO are the ones I'm taking a look into right now. It's been quite interesting so far.
I still think the blockchain is one of the safest means to invest. You buy some BTC or ETH, for instance, you hold and it's still there, right in your wallet. Nothing takes it. Well, unless you are careless with your private keys. They increase in value and that's all. Personally been DCAing into projects like ETH, LINK, & DIA. With good fundamentals backing those, I have zero reasons to scared, especially long term.
I don't know why, but I still refer to Polkadot as lowcap and undervalued cryptos. I think DOT will see some incredible moves in the bull rally. DIA would be another. With incredible partnerships, great product launches, and the insane growth of its DAO. Massive pump homies.
I hope that's right... and even with BTC around the 20K level I was expecting that the fears of a MT Gox dump will come to place, but it seems it was already priced in! Even though it's no guarantee, it passes some bullish vibes, hence I just got some more ETH (ahead of the merge), some LINK and DIA (get my oracle bag heavier) and obviously BTC!
You won't believe it if I told you. FREELANCING. I was looking for a way to get paid across bothers with easy, BTC & ETH came thru. 5 years later, I'm still a freelancer, even better, discovered DAOs like DIA where I can put my skills to work and get rewards in tokens.
Very seriously mate. I push in 10% of my income into it monthly and been steady with that for a while now. And you are right, I'm going to build the portfolio to some scary figures, but then, that's why I keep two things to heart; 1. Not your keys, not your coins. 2. Blue chips are your best bets, BTC, ETH, LTC. 2. Blue chips are your best bets, BTC, ETH, and LTC. a credible one, with a credible team, like DIA, LINK, TRB, & Ocean. Hoping for a massive run ahead.
There's no lie in that. Although I don't think it's massive one. BTC at 18K and ETH at 1K are on my mind, they'll be massive buys for me if we eventually hit those prices on this dip. I'm also looking forward to LINK & DIA dipping to $5 & 32 cents respectively. I think the market will be massive pumps from these levels. Especially with the low-cap gems. LFG mates.
Always my point. I do wonder when I hear some people advocate for crypto regulations. That's against decentralization, totally. I know that besides BTC, XMR, there are just a few projects that are fully centralized. But the one I think is close to that is the DIA. With its DAO, it's able to turn the running of the project mainly to the community. And that I think on its own is some level of decentralization.
For the ease of use and convenience, I believe that Binance is a solid choice. ​ 'Not your keys, not your crypto' might make you consider something like trustwallet as a solid alternative. With embeded staking ​ Metamask is also a great alternative, specially if one's portfolio is concentrated on a couple of ecosystems. Also a great way to stake directly into the projects you are more involved with like I do with URUS and LINK and expect to do the same with some upcoming staking on DIA
Well, staking is one way to make some passive income. Be it on tokens or NFTs. But I also find DAOs an incredible way to make some side incomes from hustling. I mean, for example, I've made a couple of hundreds, copywriting for DAOs like the DIA Work DAO, and a couple more. Although this is not a way to make money on your holding, it's a way to make money anyway. Money is money. LOL.
Well, first of all, I need to know how much in a loss I am to know what to spend. That's why I use the cmc tracker. And luckily, I'm up on DIA, LINK, ETH, & BTC by 32%, thanks to my DCA strategy in this bear market. So yeah, like you, I can spend $300 and not worry.
My take is this, that a project lasted thru the 2017 bear market doesn't prove anything. We all know some projects (not going to call names), which are OGs, that when mentioned, people downvote. But they've been in the space for very long. And you see new projects like DIA, pushing it thru these bear market with partnerships and product updates to stay afloat. It's all about the team & the product to me. Not how long they've lasted.
Very good point! And on the way up or on the way down, it's always good to zoom out to get some perspective! Understand the risk is important, either to embrace it or to avoid it! I'm buying some stuff such as oracles and other data heavy projects such as LINK, DIA, OCEAN, FIL, etc because I believe on their growth due to the web3 data demand. If it drops let's say 50% it won't hit my rationale behind my purchase.
Never stoped DCAing and won’t stop now! 💪 WAGMI! Solid stuff like L0/L1/L2 like DOT/ETH/MATIC won’t go anywhere as solid oracles like LINK or DIA nor solid NFT/Metaverse projects like ENJIN or SandBox! If the underlying fundamentals are right eventually price will follow! I’m confident in this!
It's their rewarding system for me. Let's take DIA for example, a community I belong. Offers staking, tokens and NFTs. As a pretty good and well-structured DAO, where community members put their skills to work for some rewards. Mostly Eth, but in some cases, the ecosystem's native token too, DIA.
It's all about if you believe in the future of crypto as a technology and your time frame. I believe in crypto and my time frame is the very long term, so the best time to buy crypto was at it's bottom, the second best time is now! I'd suggest a diversified aproach with a bias towards large caps, namely BTC and ETH! Don't forget some defi exposure with UNI or CRV, some oracle exposure with LINK or DIA, some NFT exposure, which might be fine with SOL (even I'm not a big fan of SOL as I used to be). I'd leave gaming on hold because it's more risky
There's no lie in that. I've carefully DCA'd into ETH, LINK, & DIA for the past couple of months and during the same period ETH pumped from below 1K to $1700, my portfolio was up 45%. That was pretty cool, knowing that we are in the bear market.
My biggest holding is BTC, closely followed by ETH, not so much because of the money I put in it, but from it's growth (about 60%). I also hold about 20% in large caps like DOT and BNB and 10% in small caps like QTZ and DIA. Remaining 10% are stablecoins. This said, i look at BTC as the anchor of my portfolio, my stabilizer, and the core of my long term crypto investment
From my experience DCA is the way to go... have been doing it since 2018 with ETH and BTC and bought them under 200/6000 and also above 3k/60k respectively and all the way during this bear market never got those under water! I've been DCAing into smaller projects like DOT, ADA, VET, DIA, QTZ, etc more recently and those haven't got the same fate, but I'm confident that with time they will!
Check giveaways, airdrops, work for some DAOs etc. there are lots of ways to accumulate some more crypto meanwhile.. without putting anything more into it! [Publish0x](https://www.publish0x.com?a=ELe32yKnd6) is a good faucet with smooth withdrawals to KuCoin. [FLUID](https://www.fluid.finance/leaderboard/) has bounties in their TG group for accumulating pre-TGE $FLD tokens. DIA DAO has tasks with payment in ETH, if I remember well. And so on.. We need to search opportunities! Good luck!
DCA is the safest approach! Surely the not the most profitable but it's almost for sure profitable on the long term, special if there's a bias towards large caps!! My take is about 60% between BTC and ETH, 20% among large caps (DOT, ADA, XTZ, etc) and 10% among small caps (DIA, URUS, QTZ, etc). The remaining 10% I like to keep in stablecoins in case of a major dip!
As long as you are willing to lose what you put in, you are good. That's not to say we all think something will happen someday and we'll all lose out. Just precaution. Make sure you are aping into projects with long-term potential. BTC, ETH, we all know. Personally putting more interest in LINK, DIA, & ZIL. Hopefully all turns out well for us all.
I DCA'd on my holdings and recently went 23% in profits. The power of DCA baby! But ofcus, you must be pitched in credible projects; LINK, DIA, BNB, BTC, & ETH also my top holds. Your collection ain't bad as well, but will personally stay away from SHIB & SOL.
It’s a good idea! At least hunt airdrops, giveaways, bounties etc. if you don’t wanna risk any capital. [DIA DAO](https://dao.diadata.org) has bounties with weekly payments. [FLUID](https://www.fluid.finance) is offering pre-TGE FLD tokens for early community members. Check Twitter for giveaways and always use referrals when signing up for something.
I agree and much is happening on the space with more oracles on the space such as LINK, DIA, BAND or more ways to bundle data as Ocean protocol does turning it into NFTs and making it monetizable! LFG WEB3!
I like to see mine as decently diversified, but I can't very well say the percentages because a good chunk is in real estate, which should account for about 50%. The remaining 50% should be like: 10% cash or similar (I include bonds here) 20% stocks - mostly global funds with monthly rebalancing and a few individual conviction bets specially gold/silver miners like McEwen Mining or Polymetal 20% in crypto which I manage my self with a clear bias towards large caps with around 60% into BTC and ETH, 20% large caps like DOT and ADA, 10% small caps like DIA and URUS and 10% into stablecoins (which migh be considered as cash, but I really tend to use this funds to buy more than to engage in defi activity)
As a great DCA advocate, I do it on a weekly basis and that's the time to gauge what's happening on the market and check my bags average prices versus the current price and allocation as well. Sometimes when BIG events are due to happen I also take them into consideration as the upcoming ETH merge... I normally buy 3 coins per week from my pre selection and ETH have been present almost every week, more than other favourites like DIA and LINK. I guess the merge, at least for now will be bigger than the oracle space
I believe it's all about trust and reliability! Solid projects with solid models are a great way to do it, but there's LUNA and UST which turn out to be what we all know! I believe it comes a lot to transparency, that's why I like DIA's aproach on the Oracle space: Transparency, and I believe more projects should follow this model. Complexity is also a problem, because not everyone can understand complex mathematical models or complex economic/tokenomics models. That's why simpler and easier to understand models might have more success, which in terms o stablecoins are simply backed coins such as USDC have to offer
I've been DCAing for a long time and managed to scoop BTC under 6k and ETH under 200, but I also bought it above 60k and 3k respectively. Both were green all the time on this bear market... other projects I'm DCAing into like DOT, ATOM, DIA, LINK, etc are all red, because I bought into them much more recently.... which brings to my point: Which is your time frame for investing? If month... maybe stop buying, if years, carry on DCAing!
>\^No liquidation risk from using margin No other word is truer than that. But I think our greed tries to get a hold of us sometimes and we just want to 100x our investment in a week because "someone" says it's possible or someone shows that they've done it. TBH, I'm just going to keep stacking ETH, BTC, MATIC, & DIA on the spot market at the lows. Expecting a massive pump soon.
\> I check for coins trending above the 4hr SuperTrend Interesting. I just filtered for "Web3" on CoinRotator and found some of my positions like SUKU and DIA (both indicate to hodl). The problem is that when I go to TradingView and start to play a little bit with some strategies, they seem undervalued to me. I'm not a trader, so I need to study the indicators better. \> I scale down to the 45minute chart on Tradingview Have you ever thought to create a script for TradingView?
Well, having exposure to, and having bitcoins are two different things. I think we all are exposed to bitcoin one way or the other. But for max gain, maybe the party is really over for bitcoin. It's OG, we don't expect it to do 100x in a month like we'll expect to see other projects do. That's where diversification comes in. Getting into other assets could do you a lot of good too, I mean credible projects only. My top ones would be MATIC, OP, LINK, DIA, FANTOM, maybe. These, I think, have potential in the long term too.
We'll continue to see more outlets accepting cryptos for sure. But most people don't want to keep cryptos for too long to want to pay with them. They are damn scared of price volatility. But if you talk of crypto as a means of investment, I'll say yes. And a lot of projects are understanding this; I mean understanding what the market wants. You see projects like LINK and DIA implementing and continuously improving their staking systems. A lot of staking pools too for the benefit of the community. I think the party is just getting started when it comes to cryptocurrencies, the blockchain, and web3 in general.
Well, well, well. Besides USDT, USDC, & BUSD which are pretty popular, I know AUSD. That's the one on the Acala Network. And that's because they got their oracle services from DIA, which I'm part of its community. I think another one I know is the stablecoin on TRON. But it's all good. That's the development we want in the space.
1. Take out the charts from your mobile. That way, you don't get to check market prices all the time. 2. Don't overtrade/overinvest. I'm good with just 10% of my income monthly. If shtf, I'm not injured, obviously. 3. Keep your bags small, you can't make any tangible thing out of 50 - 80 assets. The probability that you'll have 1-2 that's pulling the rest of the bad down is very high. 4. Stick with credible projects only and work in the space. I mean for me, it's just BTC, ETH, LINK, DIA, & MATIC. Every other thing I buy, prolly once in a very long while is temporary and just to turn over profits into my main bags. And by working in the space, I mean taking up a role in the crypto space, freelancing may be, moderating. That will keep you in the space and always make you stay in the game, and hear others' opinions about different assets. These can guide your own decisions.
For a funny reason, I still got stakes in XRP. I still believe we'll prolly make it above $3 again someday. I'm not risking more than what I can afford to lose anyway. LINK to is one with potential that I see, and so is DIA, with its incredible DAO community, and strong partnerships. I got fingers crossed. I think the rally is going to see a XRP mega pump.
I don't understand what this man means by losing everything. Except he traded futures and got liquidated or got a margin call, I see no way to lose everything to crypto. I hold some highly valuable tokens/coins like Bitcoin, Ethereum, LINK, DIA, TRB, and some underperforming ones too, mostly memecoins, and I am far from saying I've lost even 40% even with the market dip.
TBH, I review my portfolio as often as I change my trading strategy. LOL. I DCA on support, and I take out profits on the resistance. Been successful with doing this. I think I'm considering more low-cap gems than BTC and ETH. That's not to say I don't DCA into them, not just too much interest like I would with others. LINK and DIA seem cool fundamentally to me rn. I mean with the LINK staking on the way, I think a lot of people are sleeping on LINK. DIA, on the other hand, got a number of partnerships I think can push the project to the moon. It's new involvement in the NFT space is also a big deal. I'm hopeful.
Well, you shouldn't bother your colleagues at all. But if your gut is telling you something, you better listen. I will personally consider 40% as "too much" as well. All I do is a 10% of my salary monthly. I'm personally cool with that. And I make sure to share them among stress-free projects; LINK, DIA, MATIC, & ETH. Well, we all have different tolerance levels anyway. I wish you well with your investments.
I think paying high gas fees is all by choice these days. Especially when it comes to DeFi. When platforms like DAFI Protocol give options for staking on multiple chains. Currently BSC, Polygon, DIA. Soon to join, Solana and Elrond (very possible this comes sooner than possible). So, you can always choose your desired chain when you are using DeFi , and ofc, the one with the least transaction fee should be top of your mind.
I'm not too bullish on the conditions of the market rn, however, I got hopes up for a couple of projects. Ethereum focus. If you are not buying ahead of the marge, you are prolly missing out. DIA, LINK, & API3 are also on my watchlist. I have a feeling that DIA could outpace LINK soon.
This. The only reason they pump is because of their big communities. No actual utilities. If they really want smaller market caps people need to actually do their research. Plenty of them on platforms like Kucoin and MEXC. Like ALBT on the former (bridging DeFi and TradFi) DVDX on the latter (derivatives). Also, layers 2 likes MATIC and oracles likr DIA or LINK. Other than that, majority of one's portfolio on the safer side is better as BTC and ETH.
Well, I know you know what's going to happen as well as I do. All our bags will pump. ETH, LINK, DIA, DAFI, all will pump. I'm looking forward to the DAFI v2.1 update tho. That will be a pumped bad + higher APY. Insane.
i know what is DIA, but I hodl DAI :D if you fan of DOT and KSM, then read on what they are exploring with Kadena "Cosmos developers can now use Pact to build directly on Kadenamint, an implementation of the Pact smart contract language on Tendermint (an open-source tool to bypass cryptography setup and jump straight into higher-level dApp development.) And we’re also working on bringing Pact into the Polkadot/Kusama ecosystem." quote from site
It's hard to predict if we've reached the bottom. The macroeconomic factors (inflation + interest) along with the war are pressuring the bitcoin price way too much. There are a lot of Doji's pattern on the daily chart, EMA, SMA, MACD and Momentum all indicate a Buy for BTC. The same is happening for some of my altcoins like DOT and DIA, but with an Engulfing pattern. I don't see enough signs that we've clearly reached the bottom for almost everything in my portfolio. We need to solve the macro/war problems first.
Surprised. I'll say DIA (DIAdata) is one of LINKs biggest competitors. I'll say trellor is as well. However, its approach to collecting DATA is quite different to LINKs. It's partnered with a lot of blockchains too, CEFI and DEFI projects as well as powering stablecoins. I know the Acala dollar to be one. You asked for one sentence, I've done a lot already. LOL. I'm feeling like the team owes me a lot for this.
I would say that LINK is one of the biggest players in alts. Middle caps would be something like Optimism or GALA. I havent heard about DIA before though. Would you be so kind and sell it to me in a one sentence :D
The good thing is that it was successful; everything went well. There are a couple of ETH native low caps I have my eyes on too. I mean projects like Chainlink, and DIA for a long-term hold. Both also have different fundamentals to back them rn. As the merge is most anticipated for ETH, I think the LINK staking is also as important in the crypto space, it's been one that's been expected for long in the space. DIA also got its thing going, especially its recently launched DAO that's continued to gain interest. I have no doubt that ETH's merge and a final move to PoS could affect a lot of ERC20 tokens, positively.
To FOMO isn't a problem, to buy an overbought token is. LOL. You'll most likely sell low. Learn to study and understand the charts yourself. ETH is doing awesome, but unless you bought it when it was $1k or below, I don't think you should buy rn. RUNE is another one I have my eyes on. Also got a substantial amount. I think a solid close above $3.08 could lead us to $7 pretty soon. Chainlink and DIA will be the most promising for me. I can enter both blindly based on fundamentals. The Chainlink staking is a big deal to me. And so does the growth of the DIA DAO. It's been exponential and I expect the value to follow soon.
I think things are better rn than they used to be. There are ways to enter into the space with zero or a little too near zero loss (well, unless another UST unpegs). I guess you already know my first option. Stablecoin staking. And until they are ready to bare the risk themselves after understanding the risks that are associated with buying cryptos. The second option would be to get into DAOs, participate, make money, and buy cryptos with their earnings. I have personally brought a couple of people into the DIA DAO and they've literally bought their first cryptos using their skills.
The target was slightly above, maybe thanks to the petrol prices the CPI was bellow! Whatever the reason, I believe it's really bullish! I'm not a market timer and my take is mostly DCA with a swing trade now and then... not now though! I hope a solid pumps comes out to add value to my bags, but my DCAing will continue on everything big or small all the way from ETH to DIA!
If you are going with LINK, you should as well take the whole pack. LINK, DIA, TRB. Trellor already did about 300% from lows. However, with the divergence on the D1 chart, I will want to wait for a dip first. LINK and DIA, however, been trading in the same range. I think we'll see a pump from these oracles as well soon.
Awesome. DIA also got something related to The GLM Rewards Program as you mentioned. They have quizzes and reward the community for partaking. Activeness too counts on the DAO. Thanks for sharing, I'll take a look at my free time.
Haha, the time where I got fooled by those stories and decided to "try my luck", which by the way ended up with me getting royally rekt is long over. Now, I'm sticking with solid FA projects that have real teams and utilities. Lately, my focus has been on Cross-chain liquidity aggregators like FLUID. Oracles like LINK, BAND, DIA. Layer 2s like MATIC, OP, and Data-related projects like OCEAN. Can't go wrong with these in my opinion.
Chainlink and Diadata DIA are following the same trajectory. I have a full bag of LINK ahead of the rally. Chainlink staking is definitely going to be launched before EOY. However, DIA also got a lot of good stuff going on. The DAO and all. Steady growth. Huge potential. But I won't lie, I got my eyes on Optimism too. Any ETH L2 got my attention to be honest.
They are taking baby steps but eventually it will be too late to go back with this increasing control level... CBDC will be the ultimate play where programmable money might restrict where and when it can be spent! I can't urge how dangerous it can be, and how crypto can be used against it's pioneers vision! I'm trying to go for broad decentralization with projects like Bitcoin mainly. Even Ethereum isn't as decentralized as one might think with a lot of it running on Amazon systems (AWS)!I I'm looking into alternatives like Polkadot & Cosmos and others that focus on transparency as DIA oracles
>In my opinion Ethereum is going to lead the pack of crypto moving forward. On that statement, I'll prolly agree with you. But I still don't see the big deal about the merge as people emphasize it. But that doesn't say I'll not go with the craze of the moment. I'll be ready with my ETH. Theer's supposed to be an ETHW fork sometime too. That's by miners who don't want the transition of ETH to PoS from PoW. Free money right there. I also think MATIC DOT, CHAINLINK, & DIA are good holds. Good fundamentals backing up these projects rn. I'm super bullish on alts.