I’ve numerous coins but in three different tiers, includes what I believe in most and consequently value. I saw Steller (Tier 3 was up a bit a while back) & Fet, also Tier 3 had dropped like a stone 21%, swapped all the Stellar to FET. Other than that I’m buying bits weekly of whichever coin in any Tier provides the best value at that time. This last couple of weeks ENJIN, DOT and EGLD have been good value plus HNT a couple of times. Lots of my coins are locked in stakes and I’ve bought enough for now, ADA, ONE, ZIL, ALGO, Tier 2 type coins for me
Looking back at old trades and I first nabbed some FET at $0.77. It $.077 a few hours ago and was even less last night. I sold it a long time ago. It was one of the projects I hoped would succeed because of the technology. It has just gone down and down ...
tldr; Michaël van de Poppe says one low-cap altcoin could see multiple 200% price rallies in the coming months amid surging volatility in the crypto markets. He's looking at Fetch.ai (FET), a platform that aims to bring together technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence and blockchain. Another altcoin on the trader's radar is Elrond Gold (EGLD). *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
ICO’s are 2rd gen and subject to securities scrutiny; airdrops and LBP’s are the future. But as to the edit it wasn’t anything malicious just an accident early publish you didn’t think I’d go from essay’s to one liners lol 😂 I’m trying to explain that the distribution of token ownership **and** the inability for retail to exact ownership over that token (no governance module) there’s a big gap of incentives for the dev’s who own approximately 15% within their own wallets. The point I was trying to make to clear the air and get back on track is that Chainlink is dropping the ball by failing to iterate fast enough. They’re going to lose market share without necessarily losing token value it doesn’t mean the same thing. What I think will be the best thing for Chainlink is when they solve the lite client problem that comes with being written primarily in solidity. The golang repertoire that is built for LINK is primed for to intermingle with cosmwasm and its just a short while before LINK regains market share *after* becoming IBC native. I’m bullish LINK long term but think they’re going to keep losing market share and own other oracles as a consequence (IBC native ones like BAND and FET specifically) LINK will continue to fumble the ball on tokenomics because they’re built on 2nd gen tech and need DAO’s and governance modules to iterate rapid enough to stay leading technology
My guy ofc I know what chainlink does and how it works Why do you think I understand as a consumer where it isn’t and what it’s not reaching. It’s not in cosmos because it doesn’t have a modular design whereby developers can implement chainlink to their dApps in a multi-chain ecosystem. If you want to use LINK you are gate kept to the platforms it’s compatible with which are entirely EVM based. LINK doesn’t capture value for its token holders and fails to drive any value to the token itself because the service it provides is not monetize-able to the scale at which we’re demanding oracle services. LINK’s not “failing” to build a certain way, or failing to be interoperable they’re choosing to. And platforms like BAND FET GRT AKT have all been able to capture market share in a unique way that LINK was primed to. Instead data availability gate kept their scalability and the inability to build modular lite clients into non EVM chains left LINK isolated to one market (which is losing share of DeFi every cycle).
Well I was kinda joking but make sure it's not money you need. Could be a while before small caps show any life and they could go deeper. I dredge coingecko and browse until I find something interesting. Then I go and see what messari research has to say about them. You can see if they have any institutional backers. I managed to catch Sand and Kda with this tactic. Risk wise some safer ones are things like FET, Ocean and INJ. Some of the real low caps like Aury if you want some gaming exposure. I could go on and on lol.
BTC, ETH, FET 2 of these will most likely bring respectable profits someday from buying these dips. The other one is definitely more feast or famine. Good ideas, small market cap, enjoyable to watch the journey with some invested interest.
Before investing in Fetch.AI's coin, FET, I researched into the company starting with their website, then moving on to the roles and impacts of its management team, their utility as a company, partnerships etc. Most importantly, I think its just as important to read WHY people may NOT believe in a coin as it is to read about the positives. Reddit and Twitter can be useful for that. Still relatively new to the space so keen to hear what others say about making educated bets
The cosmos ecosystem has some good stuff brewing. May look at JUNO and SCRT, a lot of hype for CMDX lately. But my favorite low cap is FET. Solid fundamentals, starting to market, and coming out with products with real world utility.
Smart move. I use my left over beer money (so some months nothing, some months especially during lock down more). All to BTC, eth and FET. Today and yesterday I bought extra FET, this opportunity seemed to good to be true. Now time will tell...
DOT FET MMO Today I think it’ll be DOT HNT MMO, I also earn CRO of my Jade card plus hubby’s Ruby card. All CRO earnings go weekly to DeFi and used in the MMF ecosystem. I have no BTC or ETH in my portfolio, however I have alerts for both when they fall low enough. When that happens I’ll look to start buying some, but they’ve still a way to go yet before that happens. Yet I’m confident they will keep falling and reach that point at some time this year.
I like FET in this space, I have VET and HELIUM, I’ve been mining HNT for quite awhile and it’s what got me into the crypto space in the first place. Definitely good use cases with high potential but VET being the biggest, most well known is very slow.
If you are shopping online, check out the ZoidPay. You can almost buy anything with the lowest fee possible using different FET. I have used it with a purchase on Amazon and it worked like a charm. Give this article a read if you'd like https://medium.com/fetch-ai/zoidpay-partners-with-fetch-ai-shop-anything-from-anywhere-using-fet-f14c20ec4e18
I agree with you. Utility should be at the forefront of we are serious about mass adoption and weeding the market from scams and shitcoins. I will always go with solid projects with utilities such as BNB, MATIC, SOL, OCEAN, LUNA, FET, ATOM, etc., when it comes to investment.
Never sold a coin yet but my SUSHI and FET are the most down, but that’s probably because it’s where I’ve been constantly buying little bits most weeks since December. Most of my other coins are up but I need to go check VET now on what I just read here as that was definitely down yesterday, but not the worst.
It depends where you aim to buy it. Staking rewards on binance are lower than on the mainnet, but is also easier. So I would say: 1. Binance: really easy. You can stake up to 90 days with an apy of about 5% 2. Mainnet: takes a bit more work but not difficult I would say. you have to send your FET to a mainnet address (which has to be created first) and delegate your FET there Source: https://fetch.ai/staking/
Let the shilling begin... Ok I'll bite: my personal favorite besides BTC and ETH is FET for sure. Why? 1. fetch.ai has good real life working cases 2. There is a very experienced team (ex deepmind) 3. There is tremendous growth possible (ok, this is my opinion) 4. The interaction with the community is top notch, so you can directly communicate during one of the ama's with the board members and team members
Love you guys. Just wanted to say Fetch Ai is an incredible project. The team and vision are aligned so well that FET will explode again. Fetch Ai will be integrated into so many systems in the future. You guys are doing phenomenal. Keep doing your thing Everyone else, please considering purchasing FET. They have checked off all the boxes. Really love this project!
Can you give insight if FETs role in the auto industry? What are the plans moving forward, how will FET contribute? Will or when will FET start integrating into auto, and how will it do so? Are there any upcoming plans on this?
It's possible to buy FET tokens using only a credit card already. [https://fetch.ai/where-to-buy-fet#BuyFET](https://fetch.ai/where-to-buy-fet#BuyFET) We're working on making it even easier to buy the tokens and get started with using the Fetch ecosystem without having to be an expert in tech or crypto.
We have a Cosmwasm VM, which is **much** more secure than EVM so that helps. [https://docs.cosmwasm.com/docs/1.0/architecture/smart-contracts](https://docs.cosmwasm.com/docs/1.0/architecture/smart-contracts) Generally speaking, the consensus engine is decoupled from the smart contract layer so a bug in a contract should not affect your FET tokens staked with a validator or locked in some way in a different contract.
Over the longer term, we would expect more large enterprises to get involved in blockchain in general and our project in particular. We're working with the Catena-X project, which is a consortium of car companies; Daimler/Mercedes, BMW, Bosch who see the technology as a way of greatly improving efficiency and enabling new business models. Automation and AI are quite important for that domain as the products, supply chains and markets are complex. They have made a decision to use our technology for that, which is a good validation of what we've been building up to now. For FET token holders that would be a huge benefit as they will have interoperability with our ecosystem and be able to easily plug into the services that are available there.
Fetch - Helps you do what matters most to you. Fetch helps you to create a digital twin of yourself that you control and that spends all its time focused on helping you reach your goals. FET - Enables you to control the intelligence being built for you instead of it controlling and owning you.
5 months is a long time in crypto so 5 years seems like a long time. The goals over the coming year is to treble the total value (including FET) that is locked as value on-chain. Similar rates would lead us to 10-100x over a 5-year period. How are we going to do that? Well, at the moment, building Dapps and running blockchains is difficult, especially if you need automation through oracles, indexing and other off-chain logic. We've been working on using AI and automation to dramatically reduce that complexity. Initially, it makes life easier for crypto-native devs but in the longer term we want to bring real-world use-cases into crypto.