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

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Is Cardano Running a Delayed EOS Type Scam / Dump?

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Economics of Cross-chain DEX with Sifchain.

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Is an EOS revival possible !?

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This is what the top 10 looked like in January 2020, 2021 and now

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[LONG] Ethereum Classic - A Smart Contract platform betting on the ‘Code Is Law’ Philosophy

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COINTRACKER~Do I actually have this much $?

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About “Top 10 crypto altcoins to invest- insert year-“ and other similar articles and YouTube videos.

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Dogecoin Alternatives as Medium of Exchange

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Top 15 coins 4 years ago

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Has anyone heard of Everipedia (IQ) Wikipedia of the blockchain?

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Here's the top 10 coins for the past 3 years, note the staying power of some these coins. What are your predictions on top 10 for EOY 2022?

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DEX+CEX Hybrids? Is there a list?

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What coins have a minimum balance?

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What hyped coins will end up forgotten after a bear market?

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50 Coins for 20

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An ancient Egyptian proverb about crypto.

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I collected data on the top 100 coins to find out which ones have the biggest communities on Reddit

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The Birth of a New Age, Bitcoin, The Biggest DAO in the World

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A market top isn't when memecoins pump. A market top is when things you thought were long dead start their exit pumps for whales.

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List of Some Coins that Haven't Recovered in 4 Years (roughly)

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Smart Contract/Layer 1 Platform Ranking 2021

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How To Make NFTs - Step-By-Step Guide

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Story Time...

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Help with my portfolio allocation

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SOLANA - Next Best Crypto or Just Another EOS?

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What crypto brought you more downvotes?

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Where are they now? Top 20 coins from 2017

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Where are they now? Top 20 coins from 2017

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EOS Community Votes to Halt Vesting to $4B Backer Block.one

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EOS Community sets example what to do with companies that don’t deliver on promises 👏: They Blocked Payments of $250M to BlockOne. Who is next?

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EOS Community blocks ongoing payments of $ 250 million in EOS to BlockOne

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EOS DeFi Platform Hacked, $5 Million in Users' Funds Stolen

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EOS community halts payments worth $250 million in EOS to Block.one and Brock Pierce

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EOS community halts $250 million of funding to Block.one, Brock Pierce

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EOS community halts $250 million of funding to Block.one, Brock Pierce

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Why do some tokens continue to rise when Bitcoin falls?

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Good blockchains to create own token on?

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To support the overall ecosystem, we are launching #EOS onto EU Stock Exchanges via the first #ETP, attracting new capital & startups to our fund. This is a massive step towards EOS reaching an appropriate price as an #SEC approved, non-security token.

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To support the overall ecosystem, we are launching #EOS onto EU Stock Exchanges via the first #ETP, attracting new capital & startups to our fund. This is a massive step towards EOS reaching an appropriate price as an #SEC approved, non-security token.

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EOS Foundation CEO: ‘EOS as It Stands Is a Failure’

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Anyone else hoping for the real crash to start in January?

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Where to go to holidays? Croatia’s Largest Supermarket Chain Starts Accepting Bitcoin (BTC) & XRP (and more) Payments

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EOS Community cries freedom as dispute over the ownership of unvested tokens moves up to a new level.

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What's your opinion?: Worldwide Asset eXchange - WAX (WAXP)

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I watched every crypto YouTuber, so you don't have to

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Can we stop using the phrase "NGMI"?

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Konzum, Croatia's largest supermarket chain, has just introduced an option to buy groceris with crypto in their on line stores. You can pay with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, DAI, XRP, Stellar Lumen, USDT, and USDC!

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Crypto adoption in Croatia - you can now buy groceries using crypto

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'Ethereum killers' won't kill Ethereum, Layer 2 rollups will kill 'Ethereum killers'

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Does anyone else see a crypto ticker on someone’s licence plate and think it’s some kind of sign from a higher power telling you to go all in on it?

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How long does it usually take before a coin or chain takes off/becomes popular?

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What's your "sleeping giant" in crypto?

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XRP SEC curse?

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What's the latest with EOS token, is it still a good investment or is dying?

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Which coins used to be the "next big thing" but are now dead?

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I'm gunna yolo $1000 at the crypto market today.

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Bitfinex help

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Is EOS a scam?

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HODL!! 11.24 Crypto Market Update and Investing Report

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Help a BTC/ETH maxi diversify into other assets!

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November long term hodl analysis

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Chainlink staking ?

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Why is EOS now the joke of the community?

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Roche Freedman LLP and Selendy & Gay PLLC Allege, in Class Action Lawsuit, That KuCoin Illegally Made EOS and TRX Available for Trading

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Your thoughts on the bullish.com exchange which is related to EOS

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Yes ETH is broken but is by far the best project in the space

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EOS. The greatest tech support team ever?

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Need help, I'm trying to find exact values on Initial Token Allocations for Public Blockchains

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Help a BTC/ETH maxi diversify into other assets!

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How I beat this bear market: My 10-point DYOR system for picking coins and reducing DYOR time

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Coins like SOL will end up like EOS

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Calling all rookies: Stop being arrogant and acting like you have any idea what you are talking about

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Why did EOS fail? Will others suffer the same fate?

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The strongest crypto community

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EOS Community Wants to “Delete” Block.one’s Tokens Worth $196M

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While its great to see coins reach new highs and old names come back into relevance, communicating which coins failed to recover after the bear cycle starting in late May is important too. What coins failed to recover, and what reason do you believe they did?

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$1k invested into the Top 10 Cryptos on January 1st, 2020 Up +937% (Oct Update - Month 22)

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Current dip, quick (DD) (ETH genesis wallets) (Bullish) (bull-run confirmed)

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Current dip, quick (DD) (ETH genesis wallets) (Bullish) (bull-run confirmed)

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In response to all the 'concerned' people asking these questions lately

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I bought $1k of the Top 10 Cryptos on January 1st, 2019 (OCT Update/Month 34) UP +658%

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What is your favourite ETH killer (that of course hasn't killed ETH🙃)?

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How do you guys tell people to "Invest responsibly?" I usually lie to the new people I meet in real life and say, "I am 100% on bitcoin and only bitcoin."

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three websites to earn some free crypto

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Ethereum Killers: myth or reality? A detailed analysis.

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EOS Finally Begins to Move as Majors See Big Gains

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Who wants to win 1 BTC?

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Alt coin portfolio spread?

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Cardano is the most over sold layer one.

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Lagging coins

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Solana vs. Cardano vs. Polkadot

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There can only be one EOS.

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This happens a lot with smaller coins. I know everyone remember EOS the “ETH killer” total bull shit and garbage I believe they do this for hype and pumps just so the small kids foot the bill in the end

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So was EOS, until it wasn’t.

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EOS might be a viable option too if they ever will get their shit together

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These issues have never been seen on EOS

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Ahh EOS, if I recall, it was known as “ETH killer” lol.

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Because soon it will be the only digital asset with true regulatory clarity (and EOS kind of per 2018/19 SEC suit.) Regardless of opinion on whether or not it was an unregistered security, anyone interested in the future of crypto should be following the current lawsuit.

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Apparently you didn’t, ADA will go the way of EOS. EOS was also the better ETH at one point.

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The Cardano shilling isn’t even subtitle or creative anymore here. The next EOS.

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that is what happened on EOS. it all sounded great until people actually used it. when there is massive traffic, EOS is worse than ETH. tx fees are a better UX than having to rent resources when there are few resources to rent.

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Good to know. Lets put Harmony to the „i will not buy it list“. Just next to EOS and SOLANA 🤣

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It’s a NEO/Cardano/EOS/TRX term from 2018.

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then you realize you been DCAing into EOS and slink off back to the fiat mines

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NEO and EOS were going to kill ETH in 2018 and look where are they now. ETH is the real deal and with ETH2.0 I wonder what's gonna happen to ETH killers.

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If I was a betting man I'd short any memecoin or the likes of TRON, ICP, FIL, or EOS.

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It really depends on the investment. Sometimes holding long term is a bad strategy. Just look at the top coins in the 2017 cycle and where they are now. BTC and ETH for example were good long term bets while LTC and EOS were not. You need to have both long term and short term investments in your portfolio to manage the risks better.

To be fair, most of the times it’s the noobs being elitist towards veterans offering them advice. They know EOS, ETC and SHIB are all going to 100x so stfu boomer

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*EOS ptsd intestifies*

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This dip? It was clear since always. Remember how ETH killers of 2018 (EOS and NEO) never recovered after collapse?

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Woah, woah, woah. You mischaracterised my argument by replacing BTC with EOS like it was nothing. That's not nothing. I was talking specifically about BTC. BTC has always rewarded holders within 4 years of their buy price. The future could be different, but BTC has a good track record. EOS is a whole other thing.

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EOS and NEO are going to kill ETH

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I concur with your general point OP; however, I've seen it serve as means of extra income through games like prospectors on EOS then wax. Befriended an individual who falls into the income category you described. He joined our alliance and we cut deals for him to get tools for free as a means of entry. He worked for lower rates to pay off tool loans, and made a pretty good pile of PGL. Overtime he shifted some of that into telos when it was around a .02 cents/coin. That eventually led to what was life changing money for him and his family. An outlier to your general point? Probably. I feel as though crypto provides an opportunity to help bridge the gap. Things like microloans on EOS through their marketplace also serve as a good example as well. Over 1000 participants/vendors throughout South America benefited from this non-predatory, more equitable loan service. In sum, if crypto is to serve as means to help these individuals take what we may see as small steps out of poverty, those of us in the space have a duty to assist by helping these individuals and their families gain access and ownership.

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Do you really buy this? If so, tell that to those that bought EOS say, during the May 2018 "dip". Hindsight is always easy and people always like to think they've figured out "the formula".

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EOS, ZIL, … too many to list lol

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that is a long list EOS, XLM IOTA, TRON, VERG, anything touched by Mcaffee

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here Yeah, I'm familiar with Polynia all of the points there sound very outdated considering what other non-ethereum teams have done in the past years. These points were sound when the only L1 competition was EOS or Tezos but all this sounds so outdated now. Kinda like when devs thought oracles were useless because now Uniswap exists. Let's just hope the "end state" of rollups don't take as long as ETH 2 though. Cool summary anyways.

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EOS, still buying it at these discount prices...

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Uh wasn't ADA like 18 cents in 2018? and why is EOS next to it in parentheses?

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Was able to get rid of ARK at a profit. Still hoping for the same with NANO, ZIL, EOS please!

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ADA isn’t EOS? I’m still giving XRP (and XLM since it follows XRP) a pass because of the SEC clown show case. XRP has maintained a top 10 mcap despite being blacklisted many major exchanges along with almost all US exchanges. Ripple continues adding partnerships even during the suit. I’m very bullish for it when the case ends and it’s mass relisted

I wonder if ETH killers will survive or they end up like 2018's ETH killers (EOS, NEO)

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EOS, BTT, TRON, most dog coins/elon tokens.

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I guess EOS 2.6 billion market cap for a dead coin is the biggest fraud

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The wax nft scene runs on the EOS blockchain, and it's thriving atm

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nobody is using EOS. nobody. What good is an exchange when nobody is using it.

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If you can afford it then hodl, if not sell some while you’re in profit. There were times when I regret selling/not selling. Was kicking myself for selling LRC at 1.8, now able to buy back at less. Or when I sold atom recently at 42 could have make more. Sold all MANA at 1 and regretted it; in my defence, decentraland is crappy .People regret not selling BTC at 69k or at 100. Tokens might moon/might dip and never recover-TRON will likely fade into oblivion. What I learned was never buy/sell all of what you’ve got, buy some near atl of the quarter, sell some near ath, keep some, don’t sell while at a loss-that way no/little regrets. I make exception for projects I really believe in though like DOT though-been holding for a long time, or ARK sell all when I was in profit since I don’t think it’s going to survive in the longer term-still trying to get rid of my ZIL and EOS. Would somebody please buy ZIL and EOS? Nobody knows shit lol.

Why is everyone trashing on EOS future while they are builindg bullish exchange? Serious quest

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Outdated mainly, I don't hate them, I just dislike the entire vision & the idea of building infrastructure to improve the legacy system (Bank-to-bank mainly). I dont want to invest in a dummy pipe coin for banks, value tends to accrue at the end choke points, the banks or platforms themselves. Xrp usage could spike 100x and you wouldn't realize anywhere near that on the price imo. Could probably make the argument XRP is entirely obsolete even for the banks. It's a walled garden database, it doesn't get me excited. I only ever bought XRP for the idea that XLM would be integrated on top to give it a more hybrid nature. I'm skeptical it will happen. These banks will sooner turn to accumulating Bitcoin & using Eth imo. XLM may be worth buying but I would stay away from XRP. Doesn't mean they won't go up in price of course. I would probably add EOS to this outdated list, I used to love this coin. May still pump & be an OK buy but in my mind this is now a dying project.

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ETH killers of 2018 like EOS and NEO never recovered from bear market so my guess is most if ETH killer will collapse and will never recover and ETH would be the ETH killer's killer in the end.

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Here is the correct list: 1. Ethereum 2. Solana 3. XRP 4. Dogecoin 5. Shiba Inu 6. Bitcoin Cash 7. Tron 8. Internet Compute 9. EOS 10. NEO

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EOS is a ghost chain

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> 1. Litecoin? Is the most frequently used crypto to pay on the darknet >2. Bitcoin Cash? Is a faster and a bit more private fork of bitcoin, gets used on the darknet aswell >3. Tron Has the most Tether supplied to it, got an update to its main wallet a few days ago >5. Ethereum Classic Is beeing mined by people not beeing happy bout ETh2.0 >8. EOS Just voted out their CEO and the one who developed it, so that it will become open source >9. DASH? Is f.e. One of the most frequently used Cryptos in Venezuela >10. ICP Wants to/will develop smart contracts which will work with/on bitcoins blockchain >11. BiTTorrent Lets you rent out free hardware or lend your free hardware space. Costs BTT and you'll receive BTT as a reward. >12. Neo Works better, faster, more secure then ETH, gets frequently developed on, has a great gas economy, just has a low userbase cause it's only known as "ThE cHinEsE EtH". Very beginner friendly to develop on.

Honestly I think it’s mostly bitcoin users who use LTC. I use it as well sometimes, mostly to move from one CEX to another. Txs are fast and cheap. I don’t keep any though. I also recently sold my old bags of iota and EOS Just no development and I can only hold so many.

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I don't know about TRX. They have built in some impressively flexible IBC. Still one of the easiest to create a coin on. I don't hold any personally, but I think it's somewhat justifiably stigmatized secondary to J sun's hostile takeover of steemit. EOS genesis holder, so I am biased. There are too many good minds and devs still involved for me to write it off. Not looking for an EOS debate, but EOS doesn't get the same credit as other base layers. See ultra, wax, telos, UX network, proton xpr for reference. Anchor by greymass is also noteworthy. Eden on EOS and fractal democracy on chain DAC based governance models are also worth noting. Block.one debacle is/was most unfortunate, but Bullish exchange looks to be very real. Chintai is also another great, innovative platform. Check out liquidapps. They have pretty quietly done some of the most impressive dev work I have seen in the space. Their liquid oracles impress me more than LINK. At the end of the day if Bullish scales multi asset low to no fee txs as advertised, EOS/EOSIO is here to stay. BCH's community is loyal, perhaps to a fault. I do not hold, but I wouldn't write them off. Highly scalable with same supply cap as BTC. In my mind either LTC or BCH sticks. Right now I would give the edge to BCH. Good post. Nice to see others opinions and reasoning on these coins/projects.

Dude, you need to understand the background/tech/vision of the coins in order to say whether they're dead or not, not just look at price action. Vechain, IOTA, monero are not dead. But shitcoins in the top 100 by marketcap: 1. Cardano 2. Shiba Inu 3. TRON 4. ICP 5. ETC 6. EOS 7. BSV 8. DASH Honorable mentions goes to BCH and LTC, which are legitimate projects that aren't shitcoin scams, but at the same time, will probably die a slow, pro-longed death because they're just obsolete.

EOS is the most “textbook” definition even though it still sits on such a large market cap.

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VET and Monaro are good projects I dont know enough a out EOS Everything else i agree with

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And ETH crashed to $90. What the OP is saying is to buy anything except BTC and you'll make more money. Except EOS. Poor EOS.

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Rick vs. reward. Alts outperformed BTC by huge margins almost across the board the past year. (sorry EOS). You would have been better owning almost any alt in the top 200 over BTC the past year. Alts are giving the returns that justify the risk. BTC isn't.

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Revenue for whom? Revenue for speculators? You may be right. Revenue for people actually using a product to solve problems they have? Chainlink already does that more than most smart contract platforms. The fact is, we don't need more cryptocurrencies whose primary function is to create more cryptocurrencies. Speculation gives but it also takes away: smart contract platforms like EOS and TRX have passed LINK too--just not in the direction you're claiming.

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You’re never too late. If 1 BTC is $400,000 in 5 years, wouldn’t it be nice to start today? My advice is this, when things are bearish (going down) be careful investing in alt coins which historically tend to bleed worse than Bitcoin. I’d also keep a minimum of 50% of your portfolio in BTC and ETH. You need to watch alt coins like a hawk. 2018’s EOS, NEO, NEM and ICX are 2022’s SOL, AVAX, LUNA, and MATIC. They were really hot…now they’re really not.

All ETH killers after what happened to ETH killers of 2018 (NEO, EOS)

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I wasn't here the last winter, but almost everything bled and bad. But there's some exceptions like EOS which mooned in march or so because a improvement

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ONE is the next EOS.

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It's a broken, centralized shitcoin being held up by VCs. When these call it quits, it will go the same path as EOS.

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Just wondering what to stock up on... ADA, ALGO, MATIC, ETH, BTC or maybe something different like EOS, DASH or XTZ

Hardly any, but most will probably get a lot closer to 0 than they are today. If EOS has managed to stay around despite its ICO, I think anything can. More likely that many coins will just be worth just about the same they are today in a year's time.

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Once you have an army of bag holders it's pretty hard to keep going up. VET, NANO, XVG, NEO, EOS, TRON, IOTA, ZIL, QTUM? A lot of people don't even know what half of these are, but they all have one thing in common.

I think so, but weren't EOS big on the hype/marketing? NEAR seems to be quietly climbing the ranks, and I don't think EOS performed as well against ETH as NEAR is currently

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Didn’t they say the same about EOS?

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>Companies do not trust each other but it is important to build up trust with customers? Exactly. Companies that are part of an industry are competing with each other, yet all benefit from consumer trust in the industry as a whole. That's why, for example, standards organizations exist. &#x200B; >EOS is crap but there is no one in charge 21 consensus nodes that can be entirely controlled by arbitrary, unknown cartels is NOT more functionally decentralized than 101 authority nodes that act independently. More relevantly to the use-case, the threat of arbitrary control is not conducive to business, whereas the broad alignment of interests resulting from node selection is. As I've said, it's a question of the governance model suiting the use-case. It isn't the right choice for some applications, but it is for this one. &#x200B; >Once again, there is no 'little bit trustless'. Once again, there is. Decentralization and trust are not black and white. You are free to have your personal preferences, but it is very widely accepted that these concepts exist on a continuum. [https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fbloc.2020.00035/full](https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fbloc.2020.00035/full) [https://medium.com/@SeanLippel/decentralized-finance-is-a-continuum-179d43c6ef65](https://medium.com/@SeanLippel/decentralized-finance-is-a-continuum-179d43c6ef65) [https://associazioneblockchain.it/doc/trusting-a-trustless-network-the-paradoxes-of-trust-in-blockchain-technology/](https://associazioneblockchain.it/doc/trusting-a-trustless-network-the-paradoxes-of-trust-in-blockchain-technology/) [https://invertedpassion.com/decentralization-continuum/](https://invertedpassion.com/decentralization-continuum/) Etc, etc, etc.

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Any chance EOS makes a comeback in 2022?

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the comparison between solana and EOS is good, i've referring to it in the past, they both have very similar flaws tps is important but it's runs a distant 3rd after security and decentralisation the EOS crowd didn't get it either, so predictable, if the just took a second and asked themselves why bitcoin was created they'd know better at least it isn't too late, still very highly valued but that isn't going to last forever

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Wish I'd taken time to research when I first started. I bought EOS in early 2021 ffs. Read the surface level bits and jumped in. What an idiot...

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Companies do not trust each other but it is important to build up trust with customers? EOS is crap but there is no one in charge to allow or deny someone from running a node as it is within the VeChain network, where the foundation has the full control. Once again, there is no 'little bit trustless'.

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Taken to the extreme, yes, I agree with you. But again you're ignoring everything in between the extremes. A database is much more efficient, yes. The problem is that in the world of business, it's common for groups of businesses who don't trust each other to still need to work together toward common interests. What do they do? Do they set up a shared Google spreadsheet to track transactions? No, because they don't trust each other not to manipulate the data. They need something immutable and public, while still retaining near-database levels of efficiency. You're also ignoring the fact that part of this is about building trust with customers. The customer isn't impressed if you tell them "we have a really nice database". They want to see it, and they want to know that it's validated by more than one entity--so, again, something immutable and public. Once again, centralization is a continuum. VeChain lies somewhere in the middle of that continuum--more centralized than Bitcoin or Monero, less centralized than EOS or most Hyperledger Fabric implementations, and a hell of a lot less centralized than an ordinary database.

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Buy EOS For $500

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EOS unfortunately

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> In 2017 fundamentals were SO important, a But EOS raises $4 billion.

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EOS!!!

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I finally got rid of my NEO and EOS bags in 2021. Sad day

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Same amount I "lost" by deciding not to invest in EOS as it mooned in 2018. Same amount I "lost" by deciding not to invest in Nikola Motor as it mooned in 2020. Like Nikola's truck, Solana is a shell running down a hill in front of a camera.

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Crypto numbed me back in the 2017-2018 crash. My portfolio dropped by 90%+. Buy XVG, buy EOS, buy XEM, DASH, ZRX, XRP... Buy NEO. Goodness fucking gracious Neo destroyed my heart. I exchanged everything to ETH. I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for the crash and ETH. My holdings are strong and they might move down by 30%. But what's 30% compared to 90%? I look for great projects and try not to give in to shills.

I don't get why more people don't see the similarities. Maybe they just weren't around for the EOS days.

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EOS can do more as well, remind me how well that’s doing.

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EOS. Went long too high and held forever but managed to exit without a loss.

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Maybe being a part of Block.one he wasn’t forwarded the opportunity to work on EOS like he wanted and now that he’s no longer CTO of Block.one he’s free to pursue his desire to build EOS into what it was supposed to be to begin with ! There’s no denying the dude is very, very smart I mean he did develop the DPoS mechanism that a lot of crypto’s use nowadays. Anyways, I’m definitely a little bias given I have some tokens but I’m not jaded as I wasn’t a part of the ICO nor did I buy at the ATH in fact, I got in at almost the ATL. I just really think the EOS Network was, and still is, phenomenal tech that was ahead of its time when it was released and can still compete with the big players around today. Looking objectively at it (and noting that I’m not a developer so I haven’t used any blockchains on a very technical level however...) - EOS is HIGHLY scalable and shards (they call it side chains). It does already what ETH 2.0 is trying to achieve - EOS, from memory, was able to do ~4000 TPS and that was nearly 4 years ago now. I’ve read ETH 2.0 could potentially reach 100,000 TPS with the Sentinel upgrade and the L2’s being developed but I mean, it’s currently only able to handle what? 15 TPS or something? EOS blew that out of the water. - EOS was built with DPoS instead of PoW. Again, something ETH 2.0 is trying to achieve. - EOS is C++ based so no need to learn another coding language - EOS has a really easy to use library for building on the network. - Tx’s within the network are feeless - I might need to fact check this one but I believe that so long as you hold EOS and use the EOS network for transactions that they’re free There’s plenty more but they’re the biggest pros in my eyes.

I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t expecting this kind of answer ! I’m hoping that he’s turning a new leaf and will remain dedicated to the project and that the vote by the EOS community to cut Block.one out of the picture and have the EOS Network, run by the ENF (EOS Network Foundation), that the token gets new life. I don’t think anyone can deny that the token was ahead of its time at its release. Granted its got A LOT of other good tech to contend with now and it’s probably going to be hard to shake the stigma, earn the people’s trust and deliver on what was originally promised I think what’s happening within the EOS community is positive and step in the right direction. There’s a blue paper being released in the coming weeks and a new road map is being developed, something that Block.one wasn’t doing when they were at that helm was providing direction like this. I think the Mandel fork is combing along nicely and that it’s just been released on GitHub for review. It could be a case of the old adage ‘tortoise versus the hare’ or ‘a Phoenix rising from the ashes’. Anyways, I’m personally ever hopeful. I got into crypto at the beginning of last year (because of DOGE ugh - lol, looking back it’s crazy what’s happened in, and what I understand now about crypto) and I actually didn’t learn about EOS’ trouble past until after I purchased 50 tokens. It’s gone up a bit in price albeit not much but it was honestly the (promised) capabilities of the token that drew me to it.

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After watching what happened to ETH killers of 2018 NEO and EOS. I would say all current ETH killers could be overpriced lol

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