You are lucky. There are people who also did the same thing, in fact, I guy did this for 4 years and ended up in very little profit. It would have been more profitable to have held just bitcoin over that number of time than to invest in different assets. That's why I'm down to like 5-6 assets myself. DIA, Chainlink being tops. BTC and ETH are where I take profits into. I think the rally will bring some blessings. I'm well packed.
DIA is about to pump more I think. I'm not trying to shill it as a project I don't even know what the fuck it is, just noticed it has a nice setup very short term. NFA. Maybe see if I can ride it from .70 to 1.00 and get out.
If you are using a platform which doesn't charge any fee to hold then index ETFs like QQQ (NASDAQ), SPY (S&P500) or DIA (DJ30) are far safer for long term HODL than any crypto, even BTC. Basically if you hold you are guaranteed to go green at some point. Obviously there is inflation and opportunity cost etc. But funds are safu.
I didn't even know that link and ocean were partners. Lol. It's all good. Latest news from Chainlink however states that link holders may get to stake Thier link tokens within 10 days. That would be great if they did. DIA already got a couple of staking opportunities. Even with the project's NFT, it can be staked for some degen returns.
I think everyone should do what actually works for them. I see the dip as an opportunity to make a shitload of money in the long run. Projects like ADA, SYLO, PNODE, and DIA are presently at a good entry point, and buying now will result in a good profit during the bull season.
LUNA has performed well in my portfolio over the last two days, unfortunately, I only bought a small amount because I wasn't sure what would happen, but I have larger positions in XYO, FLOKI, RIDE, and DIA.
From 30K to 20K isn't that bad. As long as you are aping into projects that will be there long term, I don't think there's harm DCAing into these projects. DIA for instance has a DAO that you can earn some money on the side and use your earnings to continue to accumulate the tokens. At the end of the day, you lose nothing after all.
Ocean, Chainlink, DIAdata are some of my top alts atm. I do think these got the potentials to go some 50-100x in the next rally. A lot of development brewing up for ocean for sure. DIA too has a lot in store. I just love these projects with working teams.
As per where we are now, I do not see $35K in sight at all. Like I said, I'm just going to keep DCAing on the projects I hold long term. DIA is one of my lowcap gems. I'm also looking at some p2e projects too. Hopefully, things turn out well for me on the next rally.
MKR bubble, been green for like a week. seems like their protocol is working out to burn MKR and keep DIA stable. At least until it doesn't lol. Bear market, risk off, set your stops and take your profits but looks good.
The LUNA experience has thought everyone to go back to the very basics of crypto education. I used to know that it's right to only use about 2% of your net worth to buy cryptocurrencies. This way, if you fail, I believe you can have many more tries before you finally get rekt, if it ever gets to that level. However, the narrative changed at some point and people will talk about how money in the bank wasn't useful and it was best to invest all in crypto to avoid inflation bla bla bla.... Now we are going back to the basics. As for me, I just DCA into my best bags; chainlink, DIA, API3, with about 20% of my income monthly and keep the rest. Some months when I'm not buying any token, I'm staking stablecoins with the same 20% of my income. In a case of an uncontrollable loss, at least, I can't get rekt totally. I'll be pained for sure. But I think if more people practised this strategy, we'll all be fine.
If you aren't sticking around, that's probably because your project is basically driven by hype, or it's no fun at all. Nothing exciting about it. You can't be part of DIA and be bored during the dip. DIA has a DAO that rewards community members for growing the DIA ecosystem. DIA has a NFT alpha pool where holders can stake their DIA genesis NFTs for some passive degen rewards. There's also staking of its native coin. These are the best ways to accumulate thru the dip. IMO.
The reason why many are fearful is basically that they are overtrading. They have a whole lot of coins that DCAing in them will cost a lot. My strategy from the beginning of the year has been simple. Accumulating lots of stablecoins, farming or staking them, withdrawing yeilds to buy volatile coins. And I've been doing this for my biggest bags; DIA & Chainlink. I can't wait to see my bags grow exponentially in the coming rally. But I know this may take time; months or even years.
TBH, apart from some gaming nfts I bought recently, that's the Mecha Morphing weapon NFTs, and some DIA genesis NFTs I minted during the early days of the project, I'm not too conversant with all these classes of NFTs you mentioned. But I'm glad you mentioned them. And being interested in the NFT space, I think I'll do more research on these to know what other opportunities are in the space for me.
I'm happy you learned. I have been doing this from the begging of the year myself, preparing for a time like this. Although I use Tetu for stablecoin staking & farming. All I do now is to claim my yield and sell them into stablecoins, then buy the dips on my biggest bags; DIA, chainlink, etc. I think with this strategy, I'll be in the market for a very long time.
I have foreseen these days ahead, so I kept pulling funds together for stablecoins staking and farming. Then claiming yeilds and buying tokens with it. This has been what I've been up to for 2 months now. I'll continue to buy the dips of Chainlink, DIA, a couple of crypto gaming projects too. The more we go diaper and I think we are getting to the bottom, the more I'll stake on them. This will be a long ride mates, take a seat. The next greed signal on the fear greed index will tell me when to sell.
Yep. Would you rather buy assets when they are expensive or when they are cheap? Even if it turns out that it never pumped after a dump, at least, I got them cheap, not extremely expensive. That's basically how I see things in the bear market. DIAdata DIA is one alt I have my eyes on to buy more of in coming days to weeks, or hopefully, I continue to DCA until we hit the bottom and start to see some trend change. But then, why I think DIA will be one of a a few that will bounce back up is that we are recently seeing a lot of social activities concerning DIA.
BTC down 50% is a blessing. Anyone who got that, prolly they bought the very top, should be glad still. Remember some tokens are down 90%+. But if you was smart, you'd have DCA'd all thru to this point and lowered your entry. That would be the way to go. Doing that for BTC, ETH, DIA, & Chainlink. Remember, you can never know the very tip or the very bottom.
People are the foundation of web3; they are the building blocks. Without people/community, there's no project. And the good part is people are given incentives for participating. You participate in keeping the bitcoin network alive, you get incentives for your efforts. Another community which I'm part of that I know also incentivizes its community, although in a different way is DIAdata DIA.
There's no lie in what you said. I think that's the very reason I had to trim my portfolio to a selected few with a strong community, assets that can be staked or provided liquidity with, and also teams that consistently create passive income means for its members. DIA, Chainlink are my topmost holdings. The only reason I hold some dogecoin is because I provide LP with it in a pool on thorswap for a decent APY.
That drop was drastic and unprecedented. It was clearly a result of some harsh decision making tho. But I have a practice of auto-selling at the nearest low, so I was taking out of the market at a really good position when shtf. But definitely buying again now that we are oversold. CRO and DIA are my biggest bags, so stacking more of them and hoping for a rise to claim some good gains again. Trading can be fun, but sometimes, you need some patience to hit desired target.
Definitely buying the dip mate. It pays to DCA all along. Cause you'll never know the bottom or the very top. Just do all you can to buy and take profits in-between. Out of many, I'm stacking up right now, DIAdata DIA is one I think got the highest potential, now that it dipped. Its recent partnership with Solv Protocol makes it sexy to me. DIA is definitely driving up the adoption of web3 space and I want to be part of it from the very beginning.
I also think of the market in the same light. I think this is just a pullback and we'll get to see at least another pump to the upside. I'm hoping a couple of my gems pump. DIA, chainlink, ZIL, etc. A couple of gaming projects too. And ofcus, bitcoin and ethereum. I'm hopeful.
For me, I'm sticking with projects with interesting use cases. DIA for instance has a DIA pool that allows its members stake their NFTs which they minted in the early days of the project. APY is about 2000% rn. They are also working on a WORK DAO that's going to incentivize community members for various tasks on the platform. I think it's this kind of activity that keeps people glued to a project. And as long as passive income comes in, it won't be hard holding thru bear markets.
I think by other reasons, you mean security. I honestly don't think there's no exchange that can't be hacked in the space. In addition to the ones I listed above, I think I have my DIA NFTs on the DIA alpha pools. Since it's the project handling the pool, I thought it was a bit secure. They have their platform audited anyway.
This is exactly the reason for me to do only long-term trades. The only resource I can't buy back is my nerves, and I don't plan to destroy them about some meme puppy shitcoin price manipulation. :D I invested in some DeFi projects I know will be here in 20 years from now, OCEAN, DIA, NGM... and that's it. My situation looks like this, bought it, forgot about it, don't even look at their prices for months, preserved my health. :D
Follow no experts, it'll only land you in debt and frustrations. Do a lot of near zero investments, that's staking or farming stablecoins. Take out your yields and plunge that into volatile tokens, BTC, ETH, LINK, DIA and go to sleep. At least, you are sure that whatever happens, you won't loose your investment and the yeilds you claim and staked on volatiles won't go to zero either.
It won't be the first time anyone has called the death of cryptos, but then we rise and take out the recent high. I think anytime I hear "death" or "bubble burst", I know there's extreme fear and there's no better time to buy my top bags like LINK, DIA, API3, and a couple more. Selling time is always people are super bullish.
Bitcoin & Ethereum. Some DIA tokens too, I think it has got potential for a moonshot. DIA got some exciting NFTs too, they are stakable, and you can get up to 2000% APY staking this type of NFTs. That's if you are fortunate enough to find them on opensea; I minted mine. I'll stay away from XRP for now and memecoins (never going to participate) if I was you.
I was losing a lot when I was trying to be a professional. Now that I'm just passively putting what I can afford to do away with for a very long time, and also focusing on usecases and fundamentals of projects rather than what I stand to gain, I see myself making a whole lot more. Insane right. DIA for instance has given me more gains than I can ever imagine. Beating what I have earned in many years of trading, and that's not an exaggeration. I think the announcement of the DIAdata alpha pools for its genesis NFTs gave a whooping 2k% APY. And I can't be more grateful for that opportunity.
It's all for retirement in some 20-30 years from now for me. Saving with cryptos, in the long term has proved more profitable than any other investment over time. I'm particular about my investments tho. Sticking with ETH, BTC, DIA (my degen call). DIA partnering with big names like CF Benchmarks makes me confident that it's a credible project.
What do you mean with solid? In terms of MC? I’m right now in the process of reading up about DIA and hesitant on buying RIDE. DIA is a web3 oracle-related project whereas RIDE is backed by Audi and focuses on in-car metaverse entertainment.
Because I live in a developing country and with the level of education around here, I think cryptocurrency will be seen by people like me as assets, valuable assets that can make passive income for a long time. Maybe forever. When I buy NFTs like DIA or buy the tokens, it's because I can stake them both for some passive income. BTC too; I can provide some liquidity with that for some substantial income. I'll still need to exchange my profits for cash. I hope, and very soon too, that we get to that point where we are able to spend cryptos like we spend cask especially in developing countries.
I totally agree, especially with the 4th one. When I started out, if one asset wasn't going my way, I'll just sell off, even at huge losses and hope on the next. And the value of my portfolio kept going down. Lol. Learnt a valuable lesson from that. I know better now. I have a lot of cash in stablecoins, providing liquidity with them. And using their yields to fuel my NFT staking; which could be arts like the DIA NFT (for a yield of almost 2000% APY), or games NFTs like Mecha Morphing. I get to use that in their game to make more money. And I also buy any other asset that catches my attention. If they go well, cool, if they don't, cool also. The proceeds used to acquire them are from my stablecoins anyway. This strategy has worked for me for a few months now, I've been growing my portfolio this way
I can't even argue with you on this cause you spit facts. Most Nftarts are stupid af. But I've seen a few with usecases. Like the BAYC is membership-based NFT. There's also the wemove NFT I minted some weeks back, gives you access to the wemove community, 1radio, etc. DIA genesis NFTs can be staked with 2000% APY, rewards paid in DIA tokens. And the only reason I'd subscribe to the unique NFTs will be because of the airdrops and all. But again, we all love different things. We can't all love the same things. BTW, what do you think of music NFTs?
Lol. Maybe you are now a veteran. An OG. Hahaha. But I guess you've started doing many things right. Now you are at a point where your investments are not relevant to you NOW. You now more concerned about the future. You are deeply convinced that what you are into will be of profit in the long run. I think I was so when I first got into DIAdata. Buying DIA at some point, it pumped, made a new ATH, I was expecting more, but got a dump, and was devastated. Although DIA prices are lower than I got in, 1. I have DCA'd enough and averaged my entry, I'm now in profits. 2. I've gotten enough incentives from the community and still expecting more as project continues to grow and I'm less bothered about the price rn. So I guess it's part of real growth to become less concerned about market prices.
Beautiful idea if you ask me. Especially now that the market is uncertain. We are down by alot and the few days of pumps we've seen doesn't guarantee that we've bottomed. So putting your stables to work is fantastic option. For me, providing liquidity on DEXes works best. Tetu and thorswap remains my major platforms. Also being part of DIA community has been fantastic. I'm able to accumulate some DIA tokens staking its NFTs we minted at the early days of the project for some near 2000% APY. But then, you might have missed out of that, DIA team is launching a Work DAO soon. Rewarding active members of the community. It's free to join. You can participate if you want.
What country are you? Interest rate at 10% is better than Binance APYs. Lol. I find tetu and thorswap convenient, they are both audited. With up to 60% APY on stables. But looking at volatile assets, I prefer staking NFTs like that of DIA genesis NFTs. Gives > 2000% APY. Yields in DIA tokens and I have no problem holding that after a 50% bounce from the dip.
RUNE all the way. Millions of dollars going on thorswap. It's insane. But I think DIAdata DIA is also one to look out for. Then ZIL; hopefully it continues to blaze for a long time. ![gif](giphy|s4qik80bQgDIRyuwQT|downsized)
I guess you are right. You can't HODL forever. However, in some situations, you keep holding because you've made, and pulled out your investment and you just running on free money. But I think pulling out your investment and letting the rest run is also an exit strategy on its own. That was my strategy with DIA NFTs I bought. I was able to get my investment back in a couple of weeks with a 2000% APY returns. And I just let the rest run. It's free money anyway. Even if DIA goes south, which is very unlikely, it's still a win for me.
I also believe in following projects with potentials. But we can't leave out treating cryptocurrencies as an investment tool. Especially if we see cryptos as an hedge against inflation. That means we expect whatever we put in/invest appreciate. I'm also a polygon believer. I own a substantial amount of matic. Talking about communities and teams that are lively, DIA community is and the team behind it are the closest to it's people as much as I have seen. Always finding new ways to give incentives to active members of the community. But most importantly, Bitcoin and Ethereum brought us all into the game. And we forever pledge our allegiance.
Am not an economist either but I know one thing, no investment, zero chance of having a fruitful financial future. Things will not get better, that's a fact. I have picked cryptocurrencies as a hedge against inflation because it's one of the easiest to access and one with maximum potential while having to risk a little to nothing at all I'm some cases if you know what you are doing. Thanks to the many assets and products (dapps) in the space as we speak. Providing liquidity using [Tetu](http://app.tetu.io) and [Thorswap ](http://app.thorswap.finance) has been my savior. Especially using stablecoins. Yields from that is then invested into high volatility assets while keeping my base investment intact as I also continue to take profits from those to push up my stable coin investment. I have also found staking NFTs like [DIA](http://diadata.org/arts) genesis NFTs credible as it presents me opportunity to earn yeilds of up to 2000% annually. And it's native token, in which I get the yields is also one of top data oracle projects, fairly undervalued, with potentials to grow. So I have no problem holding this long term either. Again. The Blockchain has also present gaming fanatics opportunities to earn while doing what they know best, gaming. And you don't even have to be a fanatic or an addict, these games are easy, anyone can play them. Games like [Crypto Royale ](http://cryptoroyale.one) or [Mecha Morphing ](http://mechamorphing.com) makes this list IMO. With zero to little investments, this could ultimately turn into a side income or even completely replace your day job depending on the country you reside. It's awesome the opportunities the Blockchain have brought at such a time as this.
Absolutely. It'll be an healthy growth across the market. ZIL proved this. I think it was solely backed by retail, IMO. Chainlink, DIA, maybe Ocean in my opinion will also see huge adoption. Well, it's all speculations, we'll see what happens.
Not too particular about btc's price Alts are my targets, then I turn my gains into BTC if I wish. Chainlink, DIAdata, even LUNA will make insane gains I believe. And gradually accumulating DIA tokens by staking its NFTs with insane gains is so cool. If we see a parabolic move, I see these projects exploding too.
Are you kidding me. You not providing liquidity? Not even with BTC and ETH? No way. Holding long-term as I use to say is so 2020 ish. I don't hold any coin, token, or NFT that won't bring returns. Yields on Tetu are cool. On thorswap? That's insane. Even having to stake my DIA genesis NFT on DIA alpha pools for juicy 2000% returns is insane. You missing out on a lot mate. But as per lending? I don't think I can make as much as I would staking or farming. Or maybe someone will have to convince me otherwise.
The people behind the project seem reasonable. It had a moment during the oracle craze led by chainlink. In terms of overall investing, sticking with market trends is ideal for instance dedicating a certain percentage of your holdings into an oracle play. I have some DIA for instance. Similar idea, the upside to these projects come when the market is jamming. During non bull runs, they tend to deflate slowly over time.
Oracle projects makes difference in the crypto space IMO. DIA amazes me with the Alpha pool and the opportunity that it offers to DIA art holders to generate passive income for locking arts. Also, DIA is a solid oracle project that delivers accurate, reliable, and hard-to-reach data to smart contracts, projects increasingly choose DIA oracle services.
BTC and ETH are safe investments, no doubt. As far as investing in a few coins is concerned, it can reduce the risk. Of course, it depends on the project you believe in. Personally, I think that Chainlink, Band, DIA oracle projects are also worth investing and attention to, having in mind their role in the Defi economy. I have right now MATIC, DOT, LINK, and DIA.
It's hard to say that we trust coins completely, isn't it? Suspicion occurs most during a fall. In any case, it is important to me that the team behind the projects make partnerships, and take steps towards improvement and development. In general, in addition to BTC and ETH, I believe in oracle projects, whose role is significant in the crypto space. I was thrilled when the DIA oracle project became a partner with CF Benchmarks and after Coinbase and Huobi listing announcements that caused a lot of noise and influenced the price to rise, regardless of the market situation.
What is the APY for staking on comethswap? I stake JUNO and ATOM on keplr wallet, the APY for Juno was about 100% when I got in. I'm also staking the likes of DIA, AXS and CTSI on binance. Staking usually come through during the dip if you're in the right project.
People still just HODL? I'm surprised. Even with native BTC and ETH or Doge, staking them on thorswap is what comes to heart. You can get close to 30% APY doing that, so why just HODL? Even when it comes to NFTs, I don't just hold. I choose careful. Me owning DIA NFT is simply because I could stake them for almost 2000% APY. And DIA being one of the top web3 oracle projects, I have no problem accumulating that from my yields long-term.
There are various reasons why people are in crypto, mostly we are all here because we expect to get rich, some are there because of the international money transfer. Now with the development of NFT and gaming projects, we can see that more and more artists and gamers are joining the space. As far as I'm concerned, I'm here for all of the above, but it is important for me to know the projects I enter into and follow their development. Also, I like to generate passive income by staking DIA arts in the Alpha pool. This space offers many interesting possibilities.
We just recovering from the deep and I think there are a whole lot of opportunities. DIA, Chainlink, are good buys IMO. Some gaming projects too. Maybe top play to earn games like Axie Infinity or Mecha Morphing which is new and buying at upcoming IDO could be very profitable. This is no financial advice. And you have to trade only with what you can afford to lose.
Honestly, you can't go wrong with BTC and ETH. But investing in good projects is also a good option, I think oracles LINK and DIA are safe investments. Also, I found out staking DIA NFTs is an awesome way of accumulating more DIA tokens.
I agree with you. I’ve noticed that people are too lazy to research and gamble too much. Among them are my friends, they follow influencers and you can't convince them to understand where they put their money. In my opinion, there are projects that deserve more attention. Oracles, in particular, are underrated, given their importance to the Defi economy, especially if we notice the role of Chainlink and DIA in the crypto space.
Mostly HODL and invest in some when the market is low. I believe web3 is the next big deal, so it is a good time to invest in some web3 tokens such as LINK, DIA, MATIC. On the other hand, you can not go wrong with BTC and ETH.
I held on to them until I had a better idea which were worth keeping and buying more and which were better off converted into other coins. In the end I stuck with BTC, ETH, SOL, MATIC, XLM, and LUNA. All the rest I converted into these coins. When I made purchases in coinbase I bought in DIA and then converted it to save on fees.
Honestly, oracle tokens will survive no matter what happens. Projects need oracle providers, so we can see that more and more projects are opting for Chainlink and DIA. In addition, we can notice that regardless of the situation on the market, DIA pumped, which was also influenced by the collaboration with CF Benchmarks.
ADA performed well yesterday TBH. But best gains came from crypto gaming projects. Axie Infinity led this space, closing the day with a 20%+ gains. That's massive. I see projects like Chainlink and DIAdata too breaking to the upside. I think the web3 hype will cause a massive pump on these assets. People will find low cap alternatives, and DIA could be the go to asset. Well, not financial advice and you just have to invest what you can afford to lose only.
I only knew of DIA when it comes to minting data as NFTs but I learnt that OCEAN is taking the same step which will be release in their subsequent developments. The APY's for staking DIA ARTs are huge when I recently checked them out.
My strategy is not that hard, I DCA into low cap coins with solid use case because when the market starts becoming good, they have the potentials and possibility to go far. Recently bought some CTSI, DIA, PNT and TRIAS and they are currently doing fine.
NFT utility is one of the thing that keeps it moving. So many things it is that you can do with NFTs, NFT games, NFT books, NFT music and so many more. Data projects are now integrating into NFTs just like DIA which they are having their DIA genesis NFTs where holders can stake their NFTarts in order to earn passively. So many play to earn games are also selling NFT boxes or weapons which can be used in their game as source of income. Games like Monster Galaxy and Mecha Morphing are the ones I have came across.
I've heard that Berkeley has free seminars to teach people about cryptocurrencies. I am glad for the BITDAO initiative and am sure that this will lead to greater adoption. I think people can learn a lot on their own, the easiest way is to see which projects Defi offers through the ecosystems of oracle projects such as DIA and Chainlink, which have made many partnerships in order to integrate oracle services.
For me, holding is the most important thing, then staking. When it comes to staking, I aim to stake DIA arts in the Alpha pool in order to generate passive income. Although a good and popular way recently for passive income is playing games offered by the NFT gaming industry. Since this is in the early stages, we will see how it goes.