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Need advice on cashing out crypto to canadian dollars

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I asked AI to give me a hypothetical bullrun strategy, along with examples of undervalued alts.

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Two sides of the Bitcoin

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Looking for coins that are can be bought at a Budget and have a Good Return

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Looking for coins that are can be bought at a Budget and have a Good Retur

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Any opinions on Filecoin??

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Conversation with father in law this morning

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Storage and Compute Project Comparisons

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Future of Chinese Cryptocurrencies: A Look at NEO, FIL, VET, TRX, ONT

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Filecoin (FIL) Miners Charged by Chinese Authorities in Alleged $83,000,000 Scheme - The Daily Hodl

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A look at upcoming token unlocks

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On June 6, 2023 - Jim Cramer has called the following cryptos "counterfeit tokens" and said "If you're in them, you're fool. Since then: SOL (+27%), ADA (+6.5%), MATIC (+6.3%), FIL (+38%), ATOM (+13%), SAND (+12%), MANA (+17%), ALGO (+18%), AXS (+28%), CODE (+20%)

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FIL About to be Scammed

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What is Filecoin (FIL)? A Comprehensive Introduction to the Decentralized Storage Network

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SEC Says FIL Is A Security, Asks Grayscale to Retract Filecoin Trust’s Form 10 Application

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Will crypto real-world uses outside of finance ever gain users? The uses are there, but not the users.

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Can decentralized storage compete with traditional cloud? Analyzing the available decentralized storage options

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Can decentralized storage compete with traditional cloud? Analyzing the available decentralized storage options

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DecentraBox ($DBOX): Decentralized Improved File Sharing (Initial Release Date: March 20)

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After the Hatefolio and Lovefolio, here's the Randomfolio

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Filecoin price analysis: FIL/USD continues to consolidate between $5.72 and $6.55

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Bitcoin ATM - Are all the same?

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A look at how BeInCrypto’s ‘altcoins to watch’ performed in February 2023

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Joint Statement on Crypto-Asset Risks to Banking Organizations,The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (Federal Reserve), the Federal Deposit

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Its "China Coins season" as China pumps money into the market, support Hong Kong as a crypto hub, and coins like VET, CKB, FIL, and NEO outperform the rest of the market

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Bitcoin’s bullish price action continues to bolster rallies in FIL, OKB, and VET

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Filecoin’s FIL Token Jumps More Than 30%, Sparking Interest in Virtual Machine Launch

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Filecoin’s FIL Token Jumps More Than 30%, Sparking Interest in Virtual Machine Launch

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Messari - What cryptos does the team hold?

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What are the crypto you truly believe in and why

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Aleo Mining

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Bitcoin price consolidation opens the door for APE, MANA, AAVE and FIL to move higher

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Everything you wanted and didn't want to know about Decentralized Storage

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Aleo Mining

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Aleo Servers are offered by Zionodes for leasing. I think it is an interesting option Zionodes is providing since we are in a bear market and increasing mining profitability is the key for us miners in this bear market. What do you guys think?

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Crypto Markets Today: Binance.US to Buy Voyager Digital's Assets; Bitcoin Slides Into the Red

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For the first time, Zionodes is offering Aleo Servers to lease. The profit potential for early adopters is enormous, especially given that it has already attracted major investors, raising over $298M, surpassing FIL's $258M. To learn more, please DM or leave a comment.

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Is Web3 the future of crypto? An Analytic insight into the development of Web3!!

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A range-break from Bitcoin could trigger buying in ADA, ATOM, FIL and EOS this week

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A range-break from Bitcoin could trigger buying in ADA, ATOM, FIL and EOS this week

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A range-break from Bitcoin could trigger buying in ADA, ATOM, FIL and EOS this week

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Our fund has learned that there are well-known ways to gain profits in a bear market. One way to is to hold cryptos that have weathered the the storms of the past...

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I might be stupid let me know.

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$600M got liquidated in last 24 hour

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Anyone Cloud Mining FIL on Hotfil and what is the profitability?

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This Friday's crypto heatmap is looking quite green. FLOW (+48%), FIL (+40%) and OP (+30%) showed the most active growth this week, and QTUM (-15%), BTG (-11%) and BCH (-8%) have dropped down more than others. Bitcoin price is 23k and Ethereum is $1.7k.

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This Friday's crypto heatmap is looking quite green. FLOW (+48%), FIL (+40%) and OP (+30%) showed the most active growth this week, and QTUM (-15%), BTG (-11%) and BCH (-8%) have dropped down more than others. Bitcoin price is 23k and Ethereum is $1.7k.

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Filecoin (FIL) Price Jumps by 80% in Two Days | Coin of The Week

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, BNB, UNI, FIL, THETA

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Filecoin vs Arweave

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FIL-Coinhub AI Quantitative Trading is a Scam

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Filecoin (FIL) Coin Review 2022

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FIL Price Prediction July 2022

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Need help

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, XRP, LINK, BCH, FIL

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, XRP, LINK, BCH, FIL

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, XRP, LINK, BCH, FIL

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I warned Coinbase of a catastrophic bug 1 year ago and was ignored

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Cardano is down 60%, but at least I’m still staking it for 8% a year right?

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Another country, Thailand, is pushing for illegalizing crypto and more crypto regulation

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a swap from FIL-XLM took 8 days to process on simpleswap.io careful with them

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If your portfolio is bleeding right now and you feel bad about it, just remember: if you had bought ICP at the top, you'd be down 97.3% right now

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An overall look at the crypto market and an honest take on nano so everyone can STFU about it

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The Most Undervalued Coin of an Epic, Legend, Successful Project

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FILECOIN is down almost 70-80% from its ALL TIME HIGH! What do u guys think about this project? Good time to get in or is this project done. Thoughts ???

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I have one shot

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Staking/Earning

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Filecoin Price Analysis: FIL continues to lose demand after token’s bearish trend continuation

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Top 3 storage tokens to buy on December 14th: FIL, BTT and AR

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I did some research on why people think Crypto is bulls*it, so you don't have to

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Polygon is hosting an AMA with Opacity CEO Jason Coppola on Twitter Spaces- Opct storage coin on Polygon low cap Gem $35 mil market cap. A little about the project below.

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You need $100 - which coin do you sell?

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This is not a crash, this is just a dip, and a very small one. There is a LOT more room to drop

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$2.54B got liquidated in past 24 hours

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In last 24 hour almost $1.53 Billion got liquidated.

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Make the most of metaverse hype

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Is it worth investing in utility tokens (eg Filecoin and Graph)? Who pays for services with them?

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Kucoin Preventing Trades To Enhance Debt Levels

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Kucoin is Trapping Client Positions For Liquidation

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OPCT Opacity - Highly Undervalued Private Storage - HUGE December Releases

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OPCT Opacity - Highly Undervalued Private Storage - HUGE December Releases

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My beef with CoinList

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Elon might like the idea of Filecoin(FIL) built on top of InterPlanetary File System.

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By what, 3%? You really think it would have been worth selling your coins a month ago for a 3% drop? The fees to buy and sell on spot are probably 1% each way. Matic 4% down AVAX 1.5% down FIL 3.3% down What would selling these a month ago have achieved?

Mentions:#AVAX#FIL

GRT, FIL, as well as the two upcoming AI projects, which include ASI (the combination of FET, OCEAN, and AGIX) and Sight AI, a decentralized AI inference with FHE.

It’s the price my FIL bought at after thanksgiving, so it’ll never get back. My bad guys, sorry.

Mentions:#FIL
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Your FIL is a moron. Not worth 'debating' with.

Mentions:#FIL

Rather than chasing pumps, I'm more focused on projects that have real utility in the AI space. Fetch .ai (FET) is one that I've been following closely. They're building a decentralized network for autonomous economic agents, which could have a big impact on how AI is used in the real world. We could also see a surge in tokens related to data storage and processing, as AI models require massive amounts of data to train and run. Filecoin (FIL) and The Graph (GRT) are two projects that could benefit from this trend. Some newer projects i am keeping an eye on is Rivalz Network(first AI-intel layer). I think AI + DePIN will be trending in the coming days.

Mentions:#FET#FIL#GRT

Yea you’re better off learning how markets work then buy low and sell high as markets peak and valley. But BTC ETH and SOL. Are good bets for now and the next cycle. BTC and ETH are the only 2 that are the safest bets currently. (ETH ETF on the way) some others may be FIL, LINK and GRT also as they are pretty solid infrastructure bets.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

strong projects? FIL ada link xlm stx uni bat and atom are probably the 'strongest' safest boring cryptos you could be holding.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I hold ADA, UNI, GRT, FIL, DOGE out of these.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

😢 my FIL, 84, got a call from his "grandson" he would have fallen for it but he called him grandpa not papa.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Golden PORTFOLIO below. In defi since 2020. Ample experience. 🪙Flare Network FLR $0.04 Funded by Ripple. Only truly decentralised ORACLE of defi. Interoperability KING 🤴. F-Assets like FBTC allow non smart contract chains like btc xrp doge ltc to enter defi & earn, insurance etc. 🪙Filecoin FIL $5 Blue chip DePin Defi decentralised storage 💙 100x cheaper from Amazon aws Google drive For institutions data storage. Super expensive hardware requirements super expensive everything. Data's the new oil 🛢. Can't be deleted. Can't be stored (super duper massive expensive) 🪙XRP won court case & is getting in banks soon officially. $100-300 target 2026 Bank of International Settlements does what Ripple tells them as Ripple is the expert of this new field. I don't pay free advice. Kindly ask for my wallet address & pay up if you're a professional. For my future services as well as all coins 🪙 list.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; STFIL, a liquid staking platform for Filecoin, announced its core technical team is under investigation by Chinese police, with members currently in detention. The platform has hired lawyers for legal assistance. An X post revealed FIL tokens were moved to an unknown address, holding over 2.5 million FIL tokens worth approximately $23 million. STFIL has called on the community to help track the address and protect stakeholders' interests. The incident has raised concerns within the Filecoin community about the platform's security and stability. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#FIL#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FET's done great for me, and it's got a big partnership in the works with ocean protocol and singularity net - they're going to combine their coins to create a new full stack AI project that handles decentralized compute, retrieval, and training in large language models all in one project. RENDER also has done very well. Another decentralized compute and distributed graphics processing play. Holding TAO is the pure play AI product of the cycle, providing trained machine intelligence as a service. Not holding but I damn sure wish I was. AKT and FIL both seem well placed for AI exposure because of their open source cloud computing and decentralized data storage/retrieval. I hold some of both. NEAR was created by one of the most influential modern AI coders that helped inspire and lead to the creation of chat gpt. Many suspect a pivot from NEAR into the sector. Planning on picking some up AIOZ is a promising decentralized distributed content delivery network play, think streaming videos/playing games online. Another I'm holding. These are the ones I'm watching/holding for this cycle. DYOR ofc. And take profits regularly if you get them because I doubt all of them will have lasting staying power.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The post could have been about ice cream stands in Russia and you would have turned it into something about HBAR/FIL.

Mentions:#HBAR#FIL
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

WARNING ⚠️ GOLD STANDARD PORTFOLIO BELOW: 1)🪙 FILECOIN is the next bitcoin. FIL $5 It's blue chip DePin sector Leader (Decentralized Physical Infrastructire Network) Meaning here in DePin, u cannot create a coin out of thin air like doge. U gotta back it up with the most expensive mining machinery money can buy. Mining spread globally. SSD hard drives, NVIDIA 4080 are minimum enter requirements. Mountain sized penalty if miner goes offline for a second ⛰️. Filecoin provides free storage whereas Google cloud ☁️ , Amazon Web Service charge 100x more. Recent clients CEARN Labatory. Harvard. Filecoin is backed by heavy Chinese miners, same guys who went heavy bitcoin mining 2014. With data storage being the most expensive part of owning a smartphone, or a college database, Research organisations. Aka Datageddon. FIL is one stop solution. Like iPhone for mobile. 2)🪙 FLARE NETWORK FLR $0.04 FUNDED BY RIPPLE. Truly decentralised Oracle. Provides Smart Contract for non smart contracts chains like btc xrp doge ltc. Bank of International Settlements is testing a pilot project with 8 Central Banks in 2024 to use Smart Contract Defincomnanies to send International payment through blockchain. Because large payments cannot be sent without counter checking 100 parameters. Google it. In simple language Flare Network offers interoperability. 👌 Which is the golden egg of defi. Interoperability is using At&t internet on an apple iPhone sending Google's Gmail to Yahoo user using an android smartphone. Cross-chain interoperability refers to the ability of different blockchain networks to share data, assets, and functionalities securely and seamlessly. Bull run 2025 price $2 $10 by 2026 Flare offers defi to BTC. FBTC gets created & earns 5% anually. Secured by 2.5x collateral. 1x by Eth or USDT & 1.5x by Flare. So for 1 FBTC $60,000 of USDT or ETH has to be put up as collateral & $90,000 worth of Flare. Just for 1 BTC. U can see that we'll run out of flare like a rich bachelor in Hong Kong. 😅 Funded by Ripple, if u forgot. 3)🪙 XRP has won court case & is waiting for judgement in a month or 2. Invest heavily. SWIFT $15 Trillion a day volume, Blackrock launching RWAT Real world asset tokenization last week. All this will put heavy load on a Bank's blockchain Ripple. $100 easy. $500 by 2026 RWA is where a Bank converts your house, painting, german company's sgares, into 1000 Xrp & giving u liquidity in an illiquid asset class global. I charge for my years of experience. No freebies here. Kindly pay fee if u expect my future services, guidance & to invest your capital well. And my bull run 2025 partial exit plans. Plus it took too much time to write ✍️ all this. I'm exhausted. My Tron (TRC20) USDT Address: TM9DA7qJJBmJBHoPcqGLALcNPYsYX96vp7 USDT on Tron blockchain ensures 0 fee while sending. 👍 Take care & have a wonderful journey. And everyday give $100 or job to someone in need once u make it big in digital assets.

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Buy a ton of xrp they're getting legalised in a month case closing they won. XRP $0.5 Filecoin is the next bitcoin. FIL $5 Flare Network (funded by Ripple) is the ONLY decentralized Oracle out there. Plus provides smart contracts for non smart contract chains like btc xrp. FLR $0.03 I can see u don't know jack shit when u said u own btc eth. That was so 2012! Bank of International Settlements are experimenting with smart contracts to transfer International money because without smart contract u cannot send even a simple payment, let alone swift sized payments. Invest heavily in flare Network. For my financial advice I'd like Rs. 5,000 fee payable in Crypto. Nothings free. If ur proper you'll pay for future guidance. If not u can call your mother a beautiful capable lady.

Mentions:#XRP#FIL#FLR
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I hope FIL goes heavy in and slam dunks his gains all up your face

Mentions:#FIL
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Right? There are literally bitcoin machines. FIL is savvier than OP.

Mentions:#FIL#OP
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I’m hoping to see atleast 10x on mine. I’m invested in coins like FIL, FTM, SUI, ILV, AIOZ, & SIDUS. For me it wouldn’t change my life for say, cause I can’t invest much. Currently at $1.5k.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ORDS, CHZ, ICP, FET, FIL, RJV, TRVL, CLS to name a few I'm buying

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

i tihnk FIL had a fully *deluded* value of like $370 billion when it first came out. and I lost money shorting it because too many people were trying to do the same thing in the moment, got squeezed

Mentions:#FIL
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Are all coins worth the risk? I have been interested in ICP and FIL for a while after reading about the tech but from what I can tell most people have negative views of them. I see they were valued very high years ago but I don’t know if that may have just been a fluke. Considering going in on both and just holding for a couple years, is this foolish?

Mentions:#ICP#FIL
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tldr; Filecoin (FIL) has experienced a price surge following its integration with the Bitcoin Virtual Machine (BVM), aimed at enhancing scalability and security for Bitcoin Layer 2 solutions. This collaboration leverages Filecoin's decentralized storage capabilities to improve the efficiency and reliability of Bitcoin Layer 2 solutions, addressing scalability and security challenges. Market analysts predict significant potential gains for FIL, with the price already up 30% in the past week and 118% in the last 30 days. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#FIL#BVM#DYOR
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tldr; Filecoin (FIL-USD) and Solana (SOL-USD) have partnered in a significant development for the decentralized web. Solmedia, a content-sharing platform, has integrated Solana's blockchain with Filecoin's IPFS technology, aiming to enhance security and user control over data. This collaboration offers rapid transactions and minimal fees through Solana, along with secure, decentralized storage from Filecoin, making content-sharing more accessible and resistant to censorship and manipulation. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#FIL#SOL#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Haven't been looking at it. Watch out FIL, ALT, BICO

Mentions:#FIL#ALT#BICO
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

What I always do is just check the most talked-about narrative on LunarCrush and Twitter. Lately, DePIN and L2 have been the most talked about for me. Got the like of HNT, ARB, FIL as well as upcoming ADE in these sectors.

Mentions:#HNT#ARB#FIL
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Filecoin FIL $8 blue chip DePin. Flare Network FLR $0.3 Only Oracle in defi.

Mentions:#FIL#FLR
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Filecoin $FIL $5 DePin Blue chip. 200x Flare Network FLR $0.3 Only Blue chip Defi Oracle. 10,000 data feed upgrade. Google Cloud partner. Chainlink is a scam. Invest in blue chips of 10 categories. Try trading in bull run. Investment capital should be seperate & shpuld never be touched for trading.

Mentions:#FIL#FLR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FIL is an interesting token floating under the radar

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

AI - OCEAN, FET, AGIX Dex/Cex - UNI, DAFI, BNB, KCS RWA - FIL, AIOZ

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FIL over here

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There’s already plenty of storage/CDN coins and nobody uses them. CDN costs have come down dramatically over the past decade and large enterprises will never use a service like FIL/SIA/Storj. I wouldn’t waste my time with storage coins, there’s so many better options out there to invest in.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

BTC, ETH, LINK, pepper in some FIL. I started about 3 years ago and if I could do it all over again I would have just started with BTC and ETH. Took me about a year to learn the tech, fundamental, tokenomics, concepts, etc. of crypto/blockchain enough to actually know wtf I'm buying. I'm in about 30 projects today across multiple ecosystems and feel good about \~25 of them, but it wasn't an overnight thing.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I own a small allocation of FIL but about three times as much ADA

Mentions:#FIL#ADA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you lost 50% on XRP then your next coin has to double in order for you to get your money back. So if you believe that BTC will go from the current price of $71k ti $142k any time soon then yes, do it. Otherwise, exchange XRP for another coin/token which you think has a better chance of doubling in price. I was thinking of coins like GRT or FIL. There are many more. You just need to do your homework. Avoid meme coins; you may as well spend it at the casino then.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Long term bag holders of almost everything outside of BTC and ETH have lost against it (with BNB being an exception among others) And lets not forget the rug pulls that have went to basically zero - luna, bitconnect, safemoon, etc or the other shitcoins that went -99% from ATHs (ICP, FIL) At least XRP still has value. XRP is a traders coin and should be treated as such, UNLESS you have the conviction to hold for 5-10 years. While I agree with you there is opportunity cost in holding XRP, depending on your entry could still be doing fine. That is compared to traditional markets where a 15% year is a good year. Its really not a good idea to compare to 'what I could have had if I went into X'. Thats a game you'll never win no matter how much wealth you accumulate. I think its important to keep perspective if you are in XRP, or else you will drive yourself crazy. I've been a believer in XRP since 2020 and am more bullish now than ever. I think our time is fast approaching. I have a feeling XRP is guna have an explosion to the upside within the next few months.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

A few years ago my FIL said he didn't understand it so had no interest in it. A few months ago he told us he is glad he never invested in it. He is 67 and retiring in about a year. If he'd bought BTC at the time of that first conversation, he'd have 20xd his investment, and could have retired much more comfortably and/or years sooner.

Mentions:#FIL#BTC
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

No RIO No AIOZ No FIL Hmm, well I'm not saying there are no potential with those, but those 3 has shown a lot of strength in this bull market. I'd also want to see Weaver Labs Adeno launch and gain market recofnition after it launches its telecom based token.

Mentions:#RIO#AIOZ#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's primarily a storage coin kind of like FIL that provides permanent storage. Recently, the devs announced some developments that included AI capability. Price wise, its basically been doing exactly what FET has day for day since then.

Mentions:#FIL#FET
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

GRT can ride the AI wave, FIL has the second worst tokenomics

Mentions:#GRT#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

GRT hold, FIL sell

Mentions:#GRT#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What yall think of FIL and GRT right now, sell for BTC or keep and hope it outperforms?

Mentions:#FIL#GRT#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I do, STOS is also built on the cosmos ecosystem And I agree, this should catch some of the runoff from akash, just like how STOS has been pumping because of FIL

Mentions:#STOS#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Glad to hear that. I have some even smaller amounts of OGN, BNT, COMP, SUSHI, POND, FIL, LCX as well

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I work in the industry and have been for half a decade and have been trying to tell you guys that this sub is a meme in the actual industry. This is to go for purely entertainment purposes and you should always do the opposite of what this sub says - a quick search of what people thought of FIL should tell you that. This sub is the definition of the blind leading the blind but it’s always funny to see what the average normie redditor thinks. I wouldn’t sell for a long time. But you do you.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am very excited with the DePIN space! I am decently heavy on storage/streaming like FIL, CRU, AIOZ, etc and now keeping an eye on the telecom space with MOBILE as the main target, at least until the ADE token is listed.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I feel the FOMO boiling in me at the moment. Even a seasoned player is susceptible. Fetch has been on FIRE! congrats on that one. Should continue to be a solid gainer. Thanks for pointing me back to FIL, plenty of room to run to get back to previous ATH. Komodo could be one to look out for too. Plenty happening on Blast at the moment, lot of rugs but a lot of people making money too

Mentions:#FIRE#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I know I'm late to the party, but I'm piggybacking on your comment to share this website: [https://www.globalantiscam.org/](https://www.globalantiscam.org/) My FIL fell for a pig butchering scam a couple of years ago. I went down a rabbit hole at the time and found this site. It's one of the best resources out there in my opinion. They have a huge repository of sites that are confirmed to be scams that OP can cross reference his friend's site against.

Mentions:#FIL#OP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

LINK might be the best and most powerful RWA pick out there: low risk, broad spectrum and so on. For more concentrated pure plays, I've been mostly into IoT networks, namely IOTX, and then storage (FIL, CRU, etc) and telecoms (HNT, ADE, etc). broad RWA tokenization is also an interesting niche, but I haven't come across anything interesting enought.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I feel that's a common thread. My first entries besides BTC were LTC, OMG, LINK, DASH, and FIL. I've since balanced to 25% BTC, 25% ETH, and 50% all else and it's served me so much better.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VRA, AIOZ, Audio, FIL, HBAR. Hold a few others but things happened too quickly to get the right entry. We’ll see how the rest of the day goes

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Arweave. Better than FIL

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AI coins run DEX coins run FIL is now moving... is it the only cloud storage coin?

Mentions:#DEX#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Like 2%. Started with only XRP in 2019, got locked out of the bull run because of the lawsuit. Acquired vet, solana, algo, GRT, shib, SAND, Moonrver, Link. Took a gamble on FIL at $3.22 last October and doubled it and rolled those over to Cardano. Was hoping it will 20 x but I like more like 10-12x is more likely.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Looks like FIL (Filecoin) is getting a boost on the news that Solana will be using them

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I like the ones that have a clear novel use case I can understand. ICP is very interesting, FIL is cool, RNDR I'm looking into but not as convinced by

Mentions:#ICP#FIL#RNDR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have a few coins from the last bull run that I hoped would go up again, but now I can see they are vastly underperforming. Any of these worth keeping? ONE, LRC, ALGO, FTM, FIL, CAKE

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The 3 alts I picked are all losers: ALGO, FIL, ATOM. Feels bad watching other alts go 3x, 5x, 10x, etc. At least I have some BTC/ETH..

As an engineer, BTC, ETH, MATIC, FIL. These are components I use to build things every day FT, so I am sure they will be around, and are growing. I basically invest in things I understand, that work pretty well. I'm a bit like Warren that way; If I use it, understand it, think it is good, and that others will see the same, I buy it.

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

My favorite DePIN tokens this year are PEAQ, TRIAS, FIL, and HNT, and I'm also keeping an eye on ADE. Is there any real-world application of Cell-Stack yet?

Almost all of my favorite DePINs are on the list, from RNDR to FIL, FET, AKT, and more. ADE by Weaver Labs is another one I can't wait to add to my portfolio. I can't take my eyes off it after seeing their London FWA trial development to make connectivity better in London.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

just use NDAX its a Canadian exchange that has Most of those tokens. for the SNX,UNI,OMI,FIL just use a Dex to convert to ETH or something else then transfer to NDAX. link ur Bank account sell for CAD, transfer. Transfers of that size usually take 24 ish hrs to show up in my bank.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DePIN - projects like Helium, they have built and are continuing to expand a decentralized cell network. Hivemapper is building out a competitor to Google Maps. Render and AKT let you lend your computing resources for tokens. Projects like AR, FIL, and SHDW offer decentralized storage. Worth noting, most of these are on Solana. The "only possible on Solana" meme isn't just a meme, a lot of DePIN projects are finding the best fit for their use case with Solana's tech. So if you're going to continue digging into DePIN, then Solana is the chain to keep an eye on.

Mentions:#AKT#FIL#SHDW
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Whales dumping BTC to buy FIL. Smart money will follow suit.

Mentions:#BTC#FIL
r/BitcoinSee Comment

My FIL (76) has been putting away small bits and watching price action since 2017. He recently forgot how to access his Coinbase account when he “changed his email address”. So I bought a trezor for him and next time I go over we’re moving his sats off the exchange and and throwing the hardware in the stash with his gold and silver.

Mentions:#FIL

A long term favourite has been IOTX, which still probably wears the crown. There's a projects running for 5 years, which recently was even awarded as a top tech startup in the UK called Weaver Labs, which token curiously haven't been launched yet. Finally, I have great sympathy towards remote computing and storage and for that end, RNDR and FIL are on the top of books.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

$ICP.X and $FIL.X maybe $DOT.X

Mentions:#ICP#FIL#DOT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FIL. Check its price since last ATH 😊

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FIL...You can thank me later.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

$SEI or $FIL are the only 2 that would potentially turn you 10k to 100K next year

Mentions:#SEI#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’m planning on DCAing into these projects over the next 5 weeks during dips. How’s it look? I also really wanna get QI but don’t know what to give up. - 1500 USD - DOT - 5 orders at $300 - 750 USD - LINK - 5 orders at $150 - 560 USD - IMX or FET - 5 orders at $112 - 375 USD - FIL - 5 orders at $75 - 375 USD - RON - 5 orders at $75 - 375 USD - VET - 5 orders at $75 - 280 USD - NXRA - 5 orders at $65 - 280 USD - GFAL - 5 orders at $65

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AKT is good. You're missing out on KAS, I would replace FIL (heavily VC-backed).

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thanks for the analysis. Super detailed! For FIL, there just seemed like a lot of upside based on the chart, but you’re right, an old coin can get dumped due to bag holders from the previous cycle. Would you say the same for VET? Also, what changes would you make? I’m open to buying other projects, I haven’t started buying in with the $6000 yet.

Mentions:#FIL#VET
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So I’m looking at putting in about 6k into the market over the next month or so. I’m looking for a relatively safe bag with some upside. Threw in a couple small caps too. Here’s what I’m thinking: $6000 TOTAL - $2500 - DOT - $1500 - LINK - $750 - FIL - $750 - HBAR - $250 - NXRA - $250 - LMWR Thoughts? What would you change or recommend? Would love everyone’s input. Other projects I’m looking at are TIA, VET & ROUTE

r/BitcoinSee Comment

A handful of the dummies I’ve been telling about BTC for 10 years have finally added some to their FUCKING ROBINHOOD PORTFOLIOS. smh. My FIL has had Coinbase and been dripping and dropping since the 2017 bull run. He’s in for less than $5k and has a million dollars in retirement accounts so it’s just a toy for him.

Mentions:#BTC#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What about FIL? It’s not major but it’s a top 50 that hasn’t run yet

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DOT broke the trend around 5.50 which is where I got in and I will hold this. Right now my main play is REN as it just broke through a couple days ago, but I have a fairly tight stop loss on it. Got into ENJ at 0.31 following the same strategy already took my profits at 0.41. There are probably hundreds doing the same. Keeping a close eye on FIL to do the same in the coming weeks as long as BTC doesn’t dump hard

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FIL will have a large run soon IMO, still hasn’t broken the bear market down trend, but likely will. Massive upside

Mentions:#FIL#IMO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don’t miss the ETH ETF hype train coming very soon! Also don’t sleep on MATIC, have started to see lots of people capitulate. ENJ and FIL extremely cheap still

r/BitcoinSee Comment

I agree that neither my FIL or SIL have an understanding of Bitcoin. One takeaway I see is that my FIL could be representative of others his age that have brokerage accounts. He didn't want to "fuddle" around with self custody of Bitcoin. He was all about ease of use with his experience. I'd surmise that many of his generation would do similar with an ETF or Bitcoin mining stocks. My daughter is somewhat understanding of Bitcoin and is open to purchase. Unfortunately her husband (my SIL) has a negative view of it and has heard it is a scam. I'm hoping that in my daughters 401(k) there is a way for her to have some exposure to Bitcoin. That is for her to decide.

Mentions:#FIL#SIL#ETF
r/BitcoinSee Comment

My FIL is a step-father to my wife and was about 12 years younger then my MIL. Thus why he is 69 and I am 56. My daughter married young and now has two kids and a solid career.

Mentions:#FIL
r/BitcoinSee Comment

You have a 69 year old FIL AND an 8 year old grandson? Your family works fast.

Mentions:#FIL
r/BitcoinSee Comment

If your FIL wanted you to have the Bitcoin he would have made an effort to get it to you.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I thought they did different things? I like FIL because they seem to have a lot of room for growth. Both good projects.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I personally have no issues with FIL but it's kind of one of those old coins you kind of forget exist. Like xec, eos or flow. I know very little about decentralized storage, but it's definitely been time tested at this point so you never know.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You think FIL over AR?

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Decentralised storage has a strong narrative IMO. If noobs from the ETF enter the space they'll be interested in storage for sure. FIL is arguably the top boy in that space.

Mentions:#IMO#ETF#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

lol...just saw some shorts being liquidated on FIL and was like 'is FIL pumping?' it's not, but remember when FIL was over $180?

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Have you heard of TRAC? They're building something very similar to VET, but better quality and they have been around for longer. They have loads of high profile partnerships as well. Very bullish project long term, I put it up there with LINK and FIL.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Very generic answers from others... BTC - obvious LINK - all other chains use oracle data, no real competitors VET - private enterprise grade sustainable logistics tracking GRT - like Link but can send protocols rather than data requests FET - higher risk / low cap similar to GRT but with AI. RNDR & THETA - cloud based GPU processing FIL - data storage from makers of IPFS.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I got FIL. It's around $4 now, while back in the day, has reached almost $160!! Let’s jump onboard now before it’s too early. Let’s bring it back to where it was!

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Filecoin hodler here. > I do predict that data storage is going up in the world I can't see any other way out. Many companies are advancing hard on big data, cloud storage, AI, ML, edge computing... Depin projects can greatly benefit from this. > (FIL) is a decentralized file storage and sharing network that leverages the power of blockchain to store files Yeah, users can rent their unused storage space. Very practical to leverage blockchain. I'm not an IPFS specialist, but I know it operates on a distributed network which reduces the risk of failures. > so projects with more hype have taken the spotlight away from Filecoin!!.. but what are your thoughts?? In the file storage, I'd point to Filecoin and Arweave as top picks. Outside file storage, projects like Helium, Wifi, Weaver Labs, Graph, and Iota can thrive. Take some time to understand what are they building.

Mentions:#ML#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

As someone who knows the people who work there. Retrieval doesn't work. You can store stuff but it takes forever or never can be retrieved. Also they have released more tokens into the ecosystem. It will never reach ATH again. At best you are looking at 3-5x from current price. The founders have the option to even add more tokens if they want. They had tons of layoffs during the bear market. And they were basically subsidizing their miners by buying fil at a certain price to make sure miners stayed profitable. Look up FIL+

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not really true. The main difference I think is FIL is subscription based and AR you pay once and the data is saved foreva.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Me too. Last time I checked FIL had a 65% inflation.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

But not just Bitcoin; numerous assets hold significant potential. AIOZ has shown remarkable progress, and I'm optimistic about FIL, MNT, and the promising potential of ADE. The focus on DePIN/RWA projects is real, and I anticipate witnessing further pumps from these projects during this bullish market phase.

Mentions:#AIOZ#FIL#MNT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think Bitcoin (BTC) will likely maintain its position as a staple cryptocurrency. However, when it comes to altcoins, I anticipate frequent shifts in their rankings. As more valuable blockchain projects emerge, there'll be a continuous struggle for dominance among them. If I were to make a prediction, I'd speculate that assets like BTC, ETH, LINK, XRP, DIA, FIL, SOL, and numerous others could contend for top positions, although I'm not prioritizing any particular order among them. Additionally, I foresee artificial intelligence (AI) projects gaining significant traction in the space. Presently, there are only a handful, but I expect their numbers to grow in the near future.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think Bitcoin (BTC) will likely maintain its position as a staple cryptocurrency. However, when it comes to altcoins, I anticipate frequent shifts in their rankings. As more valuable blockchain projects emerge, there'll be a continuous struggle for dominance among them. If I were to make a prediction, I'd speculate that assets like BTC, ETH, LINK, XRP, DIA, FIL, SOL, and numerous others could contend for top positions, although I'm not prioritizing any particular order among them. Additionally, I foresee artificial intelligence (AI) projects gaining significant traction in the space. Presently, there are only a handful, but I expect their numbers to grow in the near future.

Mentions:#BTC