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r/BitcoinSee Post

Can't ISPs just reset everyone's ip home and residential address aided by ICANN

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Utopia has improved PSR for saving network traffic and anti-DPI mechanism for better security !

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Index token fail cases? (C20, DPI, NFTI, TCAP)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Thoughts on crypto indexes specifically coops MVI (metaverse), DPI (defi pulse index), Data etc. I love the idea of an index as well as the projects included. One concern I have is liquidity and will I be able to sell this token at ath's?

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Taxation: An Opportunity for American Ladies and Gentlemen

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Markets struggle, great analysis by Zaheer from Debris Insights

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Index tokens and providers

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Aaand Bitcoin exists as long as an open and reliable Internet exists, which is developed and maintained by large corporations and governments! So a global conflict or disaster causing chaos or disruptions in the reliability of the global network would be catastrophic to BTC and other Cryptocurrency platforms. One of the reasons that Bitcoin would not become more than online payments and a means to launder/hide money is its sole reliability on the Internet. Governments could easily block the main ports used by the network nodes or even do DPI on packets and drop them, thus making Bitcoin unusable.

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> The universe for example. There's a very good chance the universe was always infinite, but just more dense before, less dense later. Imagine an infinite sheet of rubber, with 1,000 dots per square inch drawn on it. Now stretch that sheet in both directions, so there's only 100 dots per square inch on it. Original size: infinite, undefined. Density: 1,000 DPI Later size: infinite, undefined. Density: 100 DPI

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Need help identifying fail cases.... Index token fail cases? (C20, DPI, TCAP) I've been looking into crypto index tokens, tokens that track a weighted portfolio of other crypto assets. For example TCAP tracks the total market cap of all of cryptocurrency. DPI is the Defi pulse index and tracks awaited average of Defi project tokens like SUSHI and AAVE. NFTI tracks projects like MANA and ENJ. This is all led me to wonder if all of these tokens are coated in such a way that they will retain their value relative to the market under any circumstances. Or is there some kind of bank run That could cause them to crash? Or Is there an event that could cause them to de peg? Is a hack possible? What sort of security is in place for guaranteeing the value of these tokens in 5 or 10 years? I am pretty uninitiated in all of the inner workings behind these tokens so I would appreciate any response that does an ELI5 or links to relevant articles or videos. If you believe in cryptocurrency long-term, but don't know which cryptos will come out on top, does the TCAP seem like a safe choice?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I know of Defi Pulse $DPI, an index of ERC20 defi tokens.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Mans is overly exposed to if the merge does not happen LOL. I don’t think it’s conservative at all and I’d even say please drop CRO for ETH or AAVE or LINK or DPI or something. It would make your portfolio a lot stronger. I’d also drop sol and atom but that’s just me I hope your DAI is earning interest though…

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Personally I would cut SOL and ETH (not ETH2) and reallocate those to the IndexCoop DeFi Index (DPI). I’d also cut DAI and put that into OCEAN. But beyond that your allocations look pretty good!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There's also the risk of hacking like CC10, or losing its peg somehow. But it's more of a concern with the indexes I am interested in. Like TCAP or C20, where it's a total crypto index and it's plausible for me to put a large % of my portfolio into. And if I lose it all that will really suck. But with MVI or DPI that's just one sector so I am not going in putting a lot into it.

Mentions:#TCAP#MVI#DPI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DPI It's a set of multiple DeFi coins, like AAVE and UNI. It's been way down since I got it, even though DeFi has gotten more popular

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DPI setting: 2000

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

*DPI has entered the chat

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have DPI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm a big DPI index fan, I like not having to pick, I hate not having keys tho

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DeFi Pulse Index - DPI Metaverse Index - MVI Data Economy Index - DATA Bankless BED Index - BED ETH 2x Flexible Leverage Index - ETH2xFLIP are all available on Polygon now! low Polygon fees, diversified crypto exposure [source](https://twitter.com/crypto_texan/status/1478724946771820544?s=21)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I recently came across the Index Coop project and I'm struggling to understand a few things and both discord and reddit channels haven't helped much yet. The thing is I cannot wrap my head around how trading of indices work. **Ex.:** I buy 1 $DPI. Right now it's price on Coingecko is $300 and its market cap is $162M. Normally, let's say with BTC, there's an order book where the price of 1BTC is dictated by the bid and ask prices, which is what ultimately increases (or decreases) the price of the coin. As far as I understand, this will not happen with indices like $DPI. The value (price?) of the index is the sum of the underlying token prices weighted by their supply, divided by some (arbitrarily chosen?) number.I have many specific questions but the main ones would be: * Is the price of $DPI only dependent on the underlying assets? I'm looking at DPI and I see it's market cap at $162M and, thinking as I normally do with standard tokens, I see good potential for a 10x. But from my understanding this valuation cannot happen through 'normal' trading -- it requires the underlying assets to value accordingly. * If my understanding is correct, and the price of the token in an exchange does not change via different bid and ask prices, how does Index Coop make sure that the price always reflects the underlying assets? In other words, what stops me from offering someone to buy their $DPI for $301, $1 above the current price, and the trade to occur! Thanks! **(I'm not shilling, I really want to understand this)**

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; The DeFi Pulse Index (DPI), a benchmark tracking the performance of 18 DeFi blue-chip tokens on Etherum, has retraced over 55% from its all-time high price of $4,878 in November. Year-to-date, DPI has underperformed Etherum by over 110%. The largest decentralized exchange in crypto, Uniswap, is down over 58% and has been consistently underperforming Etherum. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; The DeFi Pulse Index (DPI), a benchmark tracking the performance of 18 DeFi blue-chip tokens on Etherum, has retraced over 55% from its all-time high price of $4,878 in November. Year-to-date, DPI has underperformed Etherum by over 110%. The largest decentralized exchange in crypto, Uniswap, is down over 58% and has been consistently underperforming Etherum. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1. Klima staking + [market.xyz](https://market.xyz) lending against to restake 2. ETH/IMX LP + farming 3. wETH/DATA LP + farming 4. wETH/DPI LP + farming 5. wETH/MVI LP + farming 6. SOS/ETH LP + farming (not sure if this is long term) 7. Using presearch 8. Using brave on all computers + mobile

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’m thankful for investing in MATIC this year because Polygon has saved me from gas fees woop woop and I’m hopeful for the Indexcoop indexes ie MVI, DPI, DATA because they offer really good diversification for those sectors and I think most people don’t really know about them yet 😄

r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

DPI is a basket index

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DPI for me. Tough year for DeFi

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A bit late here but I wonder if there is downside/risk of investing into DPI on Polygon instead of ethereum network?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I know I'm late but is there any major difference/risk of buying DPI or MVI on Polygon instead of on Ethereum network?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah! I need my 0.2 DPI to be worth the cost of Uniswapping it back to ETH 🤣

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Still waiting for you to prove me wrong. I've seen the official data, I just don't have time to google search and argue with some basement dweller on reddit. You're welcome to prove me wrong. If not go away ![gif](giphy|xT9DPI8P70gAAVBkME)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm involved in a couple of DAOs (Bankless and DAOPunks) and I think what makes it appealing is the same as any collaborative project, it feels exciting to be working on things as part of a community. Since I've been involved in the Bankless DAO they have rolled out the BED index (a crypto index fund consisting of BTC, ETH and DPI), built relationships with loads of other DAOs, funded the creation of DAOPunks (a project based around helping people transition to working full-time for DAOs and exiting the corporate employment), and made lots of progress with their grand educational project - Bankless Academy. I've most enjoyed working through governance options, and love bouncing ideas around with other interested members.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thank you for sharing >33.3% BTC, 33.3% ETH, 33.3% C20 Reminds me of the Bankless BED Index, which is roughly 33% BTC, 33% ETH, and 33% DPI (DeFi Pulse Index). Any thoughts on TCAP, which is completely agnostic since it represents the total market cap. Basically its just a bet that crypto as a whole will go up over time. (Personally I'm a bit too afraid of a dotcom crash to do that currently. Might DCA after gas is reasonable / they offer on layer 2s or CEXs)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Taking a look at the DPI/ETH pair, showcases that it’s better to just hold ETH over DeFi tokens

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'd recommend going for MVI, it's an index token that holds various metaverse tokens in the background and does regular rebalancing to include new projects. It's basically an ETF equivalent for metaverse crypto, similar to what DPI is for defi.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So the DPI basically tracks all the big defi governance tokens. These just all had massive runs early in the year so shouldn’t be expected to run up much more, especially since it only tracks the highest mcap tokens. This is more of a long term hold to get exposure to growth of the general defi ecosystem, while limiting risk from trying to hold 20 defi tokens. Is not gonna be tied necessarily to TVL in defi. It will not moon like a low cap alt will, and will mostly follow eth at this point.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Love the Metaverse index (MVI). It’s an ETF that gives you exposure to all of the leading metaverse coins. Check out the Index Co-op (https://www.indexcoop.com), they’ve got a few other forward looking crypto ETFs like the DEfi Pulse Index (DPI), the Bankless Bed Index (BED) and the Data Economy Index (DATA)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Completely agree. For new people to crypto my advice is always to just buy the Bankless BED index, it's 1/3 Bitcoin, 1/3 Ether and 1/3 DPI, basically gives you exposure to all the best/most reliable parts of crypto in one token.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The DPI token is probably the best defi index there is

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DPI Metaverse Index Bitcoin Ethereum

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's been great for me. The wallet isn't required and fees are still low. Lots of liquidity pool competitions every few weeks and other farming. Good discord too. Defi pulse index (DPI) is cheap so buy my LP :)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you're interested in investing in the space, you could check out MVI, which is an ETF style token for metaverse coins, similar to DPI is for defi. It doesn't hold any value by itself, you can mint it yourself and would be buying a list of meta cryptos based on their market cap in the background.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah! Tried to use Uniswap yesterday to swap my $72 DPI to ETH. Told me to add $700 of eth to cover gass... 👍

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Problem with most DPI coins is that they've massively underperformed against eth for the past several months. Still a solid way to diversify, but there's a good amount of other defi coins not getting the spotlight such as Olympus DAO, Alchemix, and Tokemak.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Agreed, you have to go with the proven developers innovators: CRV, UNI, Avee, Link, or just get DPI and you will get exposure

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

In China, 100% of the internet goes through their DPI (deep packet inspection). Welcome to the machine. What did you dream? It's alright we told you what to dream...

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

These products actually already exist! The most popular one is the DeFi Pulse Index (DPI). It's maintained by Index Coop on the TokenSets Protocol. You can also find the Metaverse Index there. Another set of products are offered by Indexed.Finance although they've unfortunately just been the target of a hack which has taken two of their products down. They're DEGEN product is probably their most popular offering and was luckily unaffected.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's actually a good point. Ease of holding them is critical. For example, DPI and MVI require a seperate ETH wallet.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I would buy DPI. It’s an index of the top defi coins so your risk is minimized.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I do like the DPI and BED index a lot, so I will choose these over C20, nevertheless, RAILGUN got my heart because of its privacy-focused and community-focused.

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r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

Oops. Meant DPI! Ty

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r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

DPI takes a 0.95% fee. Don't know what DFI index is.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

😵 love it. What do you think of $DPI?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you’re lazy you can always buy $BED It’s just equally weighted Bitcoin, Ethereum, and $DPI (DeFi pulse index) in a single ERC20 token. https://www.indexcoop.com/bed

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TCAP. Too many moonboy gambler coins in crypto. TCAP tracks the total crypto market cap as an index fund (think VTI). Will it 10x in the next 3 months? No. Will it do better than 99% of coins in the next 5 years? Yes. We need more Risk-Off holds in crypto that can still capture market growth. Coins like TCAP, DPI, amd BED are creating this future for the more conservative aspects of portfolios.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DeFi Pulse Index turns 1 year old today! [DPI - Birthday Celebration](https://twitter.com/Crypto_Texan/status/1437739850191581185?s=20)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; On the September 9, 2021 installment of “Conversations with the Coop” with Ben and Kila from Qi DAO, we discuss Collateralized vs. Algorithmic vs. Centralized stablecoins. Collateralization vs. DPI as collateral. Is there a multi-chain future for Qi? And more! *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AAVE, SNX, DYDX, GTC, BANK The future of finance should be in DeFi, so three projects spread across the range of marketcaps, with different products so not in direct competition: AAVE is lending and borrowing platform, with more money locked into it than the total TVL of DeFi on Solana, Polygon, Avalanche and Fantom combined. Synthetix (SNX) is a synthetics exchange, where you can trade on the price of real world assets like gold and oil as well as crypto. dYdX is a perpetuals exchange running on StarkWare's ZK Rollup, meaning that once you've deposited to the platform you can trade for even lower fees than you'd get on a centralized exchange, 0.05% for maker and 0.1% for takers, no gas costs. The other two are much lower market caps and very different. Gitcoin is a funding platform for open source projects. Loads of the infrastructure and public goods for the Ethereum ecosystem gets funding through Gitcoin. They've just started their 11th grants funding session, where quadratic funding is being used to match donations in a way that projects with more donors small get more funding than those with fewer larger donations. Combined with their research into anti-sybil measures this has the potential to change the balance of power in governance away from whales in favour of a more democratic process. BANK is the governance token for the Bankless DAO. Many of you will listen to the Bankless podcast, if not then you definitely should. They are decentralization maximalists and are constantly interviewing key people from the crypto world. Vitalik recently said they were one of his favorite podcasts and he's been on there a few times. The Bankless DAO is attracting lots of people who share their vision for crypto, one where short term profits are even interesting but rather with a goal of ultimately replacing the legacy financial world with one built to be more fair and transparent, exactly what the DAO will end up doing is not clear, they were key to setting up the BED token (and index composing of 1/3 Bitcoin, 1/3 Ether and 1/3 DPI) but there is more organizing and discussion than it would be possible to summarize. Like Gitcoin, I don't really know if the token will appreciate a lot in value, but also like Gitcoin, that isn't really the point!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I've got some extra cash. Assuming I can find some manageable gas fees, should I buy some HEX or DPI?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

the BED index has been sounding pretty attractive to me. Its made up of 33% ETH 33% BTC and 33% DPI, which is the DeFi Pule Index.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Probably one of the indexes, like the DeFi Pulse index token DPI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Look at tokensets protocol. DPI, MVI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DPI Pulse

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What are the downsides to buying the DPI?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There's crypto ETFs now too, look into it . [https://www.tokensets.com/](https://www.tokensets.com/). They have one for defi with the ticker DPI.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you're going to be approaching learning DeFi by playing with it (which I highly recommend) then you should use Zapper or an equivalent organizing tool to keep track of your tokens and liquidity. It works not just on mainnet but Polygon's commit sidechain and Optimism's rollup, it'll almost certainly work with Arbitrum too. When you're just trying things and messing about it's really easy to forget where your coins are so something like Zapper that reduces your cognative load is really useful! As for platforms to use, obviously AAVE is great. It's a my favourite place to short tokens (deposit stablecoins, borrow the token you want to short, swap for more stablecoins and deposit those as well - if the token's price falls, take out enough stablecoins to swap for the amount of token needed for your loan and keep the rest for free). OPYN is my go-to for Options on ether price. You need USDC and volume is often pretty low but the platform works well and is pretty intuitive for something fairly complex. Another way to get leverage is with perpetuals on dYdX, a trading platform that runs on StarkWare's zk rollup. This means once you've got money on the dApp the trading fees are pretty minimal. Synthetix, as the name suggests is for trading synthetic assets, both crypto and real world things like oil and gold. Their USD stablecoin, sUSD is probably one of the most unlikely to ever lose it's peg so is sensible to consider using alongside more popular options like USDC and DAI. To change between stablecoins, or tokens and their wrapped/synthetic etc variants the best place is Curve. Simple idea but a very clever one, worth reading up on a little as you add depth to your DeFi knowledge. Also, best interface in the ecosystem bar none! For providing liquidity I tend to use Balancer mostly. Being able to make pools with more than 2 tokens was a great innovation and is a really simple way to run a portfolio of stuff you like. There's a pool with wBTC, wETH and DPI which is my first recommendation for people just dipping their toes into DeFi. UniSwap is obviously the giant for token swaps. Most the other DeFi exchanges you might have heard of are based off it, from PancakeSwap on BSC to Quickswap on Polygon. It gets copied because it works. Uni V3 is currently running on Optimism and so playing around with the different ways of setting up concentrated liquidity is viable in a way that it really wasn't on mainnet. That's the main platforms I use. Guess the only one of the big players missing is Compound, which for some reason I just haven't seen much opportunity with for a while. Perfectly reliable dApp though and obviously a good team behind it. Another tip is to listen to podcast interviews with developers before using platforms. If a dApp hasn't had someone from it's team on The Defiant, Unchained, Bankless or Epicenter then I'd be hesitant to trust it with more than a disposable amount of tokens!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Can DPI be stored on a Ledger? My understanding is it should be able to b/c it is ERC20, but Ledger doesn't list it on its site.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thanks for this. Currently looking into where to buy DPI. Any chance it's available on popular exchanges?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Believe UNI is in DeFi? https://www.indexcoop.com/dpi I think there is something to be said for a more passive strategy - DPI is basically like an ETF for DeFi exposure, and I like that it rebalances based on MC so you don't have to do the work of picking winners The downside, to your point, being that you may not get exposure to lower MC plays that are solid and have potential. And it is ETH based, so no exposure to DeFi plays on other chains

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thanks for this. Looking into the link now. Some quick follow-up questions: * is there a reason UNI isn't in the DPI? * would it be "enough" to just put it all in DPI and call it a day for the time being? Just for a general hedge in DeFi? Or are there important coins that are yet to be covered by it? Thanks again.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What about DeFi? I hold DPI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DPI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Anyone know wtf is going on with DPI (Defi Pulse Index) on KuCoin? It’s trading for around $400 everywhere else, but trading in 700s at KuCoin. Spiked up to $1033 a couple minutes ago

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am def going to look into staking. I grabbed a couple DPI as well. Never heard of alpha homura!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I only bought DPI so I can have some % into defi projects, without doing a lot of transactions. I have those DPI staked on alpha homora also.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeahh bitcoin basically is the crypto market and dictates where the market goes so it is essentially the index fund of crypto which is why im not so keen on tokenised baskets that track the overall health of the crypto market, just buy bitcoin. I do think tokenised baskets that track the health of DeFi could be a good idea though, i just need to do more research and digging as to whether $DPI and $BED are backed by reputable sources. I do think $DPI could be a good idea, theyre kind of like the Coinmarketcap of DeFi and are well respected. Links to their site are [here ](https://www.indexcoop.com/dpi) , [CoinGecko page ](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/defipulse-index) and [where to buy ](https://app.zerion.io/invest/asset/DPI-0x1494ca1f11d487c2bbe4543e90080aeba4ba3c2b) $DPI aswell as the weightings in their basket.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hey Guy, huge fan. Where do you fall on ETFs like index coop offers. I’m a huge fan of #DPI #MVI and #Bed. Have you delved into these vehicles?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Also if you want to get involved in other coins without managing them individually, there are index coins such as TCAP, BED, DPI, etc.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What is your opinion on tokenised crypto index funds such as DeFi pulses $DPI? Im a big fan of index funds in traditional equity markets but im surprised they’re not as big in crypto do you think they are a good idea?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Fat fingers. Too many DPI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thought on defi index funds? DPI specifically? Really like the concept of them.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Take a look at MVI (meta verse) or DPI (Defi) - essentially indexes, about 20 underlying tokens. Easy to get a diversification.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah it has basically the same functions as an ETF. You don't hold the asset directly, but they are locked in a smart contract. DPI is minted and reedemed on [tokensets](https://www.tokensets.com/portfolio/dpi), so arbitrage is easy (at least for whales, for us plebs the fees are too high) and makes sure that the price stays where it should be.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thanks for the tip. I like the look of DPI. But then you're not really holding the underlying assets right? Just feels like an index fund really. And with gas fees it's expensive without putting in a fair bit. I saw they have another one that's more specifically NFTs and gaming too, that looks pretty cool. Maybe one for the future!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I had this problem as well and did not want my portfolio got cluttered. Just a suggestion, you could look at [DPI](https://www.indexcoop.com/dpi). It's an index token and focuses on the most promising defi plays on ETH. Biggest holdings currently are UNI, MKR, Aave and COMP, but the coins are reevaluted from time to time and it does rebalancing as well.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You gain it by using ETH as a productive asset, borrowing against it, staking it in LPs for projects you believe in. The evaluation if fundamentals is for picking the right projects / apps / instruments to gain yield on your ETH. Here is an example, I recently took about 30 ETH and deposited it into the Saddle alETH pool to initially get 35%+ APY (now 13%), over roughly a month I got $2.5k in ALCX yield that I stake and receive another ~80% APR on. Another: I have a Uni v3 position for DPI/ETH that I have kept ina somewhat narrow but active range that gets a steady $50-120 a day depending on trade/fee volume. Third: Have about 50 ETH in the Lido stETH Curve pool that I put into a yield aggregator (Pickle) to get a comfy low risk 13% APY through auto compounding the base 5% APY of the pool rewards.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'd recommend DPI over BMI. Most of the DEFI indexes I've found do not have auto-rebalancing and have to rebalance via a community vote. DPI does have auto-rebalancing every month so no individual asset can get too large. Just my 2 cents!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Maybe some ADA? Also if you're interest in DeFi and not sure which, DPI is a managed index.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Do you have a benchmark to see how well your strategy works? e.g. vs a DCA of DPI or something

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What crypto index do you like? I’m currently eyeing DPI and BMI to get more Defi exposure.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Does anyone here hold the defi pulse index DPI?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

To put it into a balancer pool that is 1/3rd wBTC, ETH, and DPI. Getting some of that liquidity pool

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

BADGER has been added to DPI. I hear UMA is next...per this tweet [tweet](https://twitter.com/Crypto_Texan/status/1420419972652748812?s=20)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

there is a BED crypto index. Bitcoin Ethereum and DPI - DeFi Pulse Index

Mentions:#DPI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I recommend anyone here to look at the $BED token from Bankles DAO/ Index Coop. Equally weighted between BTC, ETH, and DPI (Defi Pulse Index). Basically meant for new investors to gain exposure to the two blue chips and quality Defi tokens. I imagine it’d be hard see much better returns than that allocation

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You could go with DPI, it's a defi index and holds both Aave and Compound, as well as several other solid defi plays.

Mentions:#DPI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

All except DPI require you to be Ethereum native: DPI you can buy via Transak. To the latter point, I've been maintaining a personal spreadsheet (disclaimer mentioned elsewhere: I work for Indexed Finance) just to keep track of things. It doesn't track EVERYTHING, but the long and short is: "not by much". DEFI5 wins out YTD by a pretty hefty margin against all comers, but even then you'd have received the same performance by just holding onto your ETH (at least as of the time of writing). Around the start of May though, it was S-tier stuff: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wbkz1p6-naVDlzaxbjU0WGUnIRe6MSwOOlQRdbHXNaw/edit#gid=327754404

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

For anyone looking for more info on [Indexed.Finance](https://Indexed.Finance) I help mod r/IndexedFinance or come learn and ask questions at our discord which you can find link to from the website or sub. Some small points on [Indexed.Finance](https://Indexed.Finance): DEFI5 has outperformed DPI YTD: [https://twitter.com/litocoen/status/1417153819646087179/photo/1](https://twitter.com/litocoen/status/1417153819646087179/photo/1) Generally the fees charged by Indexed are paid by the arbitrage, most people market buy their Index tokens where there is no fee to buy or sell. I think the no management fee is a big difference maker for [Indexed.Finance](https://Indexed.Finance). [https://docs.indexed.finance/introduction/fees](https://docs.indexed.finance/introduction/fees) (handy chart to compare fees on that link) I'd agree that the DPI marketing reach is quite large an impressive, but if you're after the best performance, it's worth checking us out. Also, NFTP is a NFT, gaming and metaverse index that caught the Axies boom quite nicely! [https://twitter.com/ndxfi/status/1418964340535930880?s=20](https://twitter.com/ndxfi/status/1418964340535930880?s=20)

Mentions:#DEFI#DPI#NFT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

BED A single token divided into 1/3 BTC, 1/3 ETH, 1/3 DPI which is divided into like 12 defi blue chips.

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#DPI
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

The price is not determined by supply and demand. It is minted and burned on demand when people buy it from Bankless or redeem it for the underlying assets. DPI is the same way. BTC, ETH, etc. are priced by supply and demand. Their supply matters.

Mentions:#DPI#BTC#ETH
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I just put wBTC, ETH, and DPI in a balancer pool. It's the same but I also get swap fees and rewards. This could be good for individuals who don't have the time or knowledge or whatever to do DeFi but want to invest passively.

Mentions:#ETH#DPI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DPI nice!

Mentions:#DPI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Emotional sentiment turned from greed to fear. This is where the courage of your convictions is fundamental. I believe that eth is the fuel of the next financial system. It's innovative, decentralized, permission-less and trustless. So, I am staying in defi world. I am trading around. Once doge is below 0.05, I am buying lots of DPI and ETH.

Mentions:#DPI#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ETH / BTC / DPI / DOT / MATIC Pretty much in that order. Would love to add Filecoin but damn if that amazing product doesn't break my heart.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DPI Can't go wrong with defi blue chip

Mentions:#DPI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There actually are a few but obly for eth based tokens. I hold DPI for exampke.

Mentions:#DPI