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

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

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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Because they are awful. They have the worst customer service imaginable. Why do you need to trust an exchange? After you buy, you hold in your wallet. You shouldn't have to trust an exchange for any more than giving you bitcoin in exchange for your USD. Doesn't really matter the exchange. You just want the lowest spread and lowest withdrawal fee. Use [swan](https://swanbitcoin.com/oceanslim) or stike. Edit: If you're interested in reading my nightmare... [here](https://twitter.com/_OceanSlim/status/1529469990595878913) It never got sorted and Gemini basically stole \~$100 from me and held my FIL hostage until the debt was paid . Which I was forced to just sell my FIL at a loss that I had been holding for years to just be done with this shit company.

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No one knows what the next 100x exactly will be, but I see many projects conveniently doing that as we approach the bull run. My best bet is on Web3 projects because they have many futuristic projects with great use cases. For me, I am bullish on $FIL and $OCEAN. Building Acentrik; Mercedes Benz Data Marketplace on $OCEAN is proof of the project’s potential. In summary, data monetization projects have a chance at 100x.

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I'll give you 4 alts, I hold 1 of them. The other 3 are ones that I think are worth looking at. Hopefully makes it less of a shill comment. ATOM, LINK, ROSE, FIL. Think all these 4 will do really well next run.

The strategy has always been the same for me—buy and hodl. Especially in a bear market where almost every coin is on discount, the best thing is to keep accumulating gems and watch those bags pump. I am huge on Web3 projects like $OCEAN and $FIL as the data monetization and efficiency projects are my best bet. Also, DataNFT has potential just like the jpegs NFTs, and $OCEAN offers the former.

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With all the indications that we could be out of the bear season soon, there is no better time to DCA than now. Especially if you have DYOR on projects and you are greatly convinced. For me, Web3 projects like $FIL and $OCEAN are top picks. It is hard not to DCA on $OCEAN, because each new partnership keeps showing more potentia. For example, building Acentrik; Mercedes Benz on data marketplace on $OCEAN.

I am very long-term into crypto so I try to make my crypto asset reflect my retirement plan. I am huge on data protection and I just might focus on some institutional approach to it, but I like to see how crypto makes my work easy. For example, projects like $OCEAN and $FIL have a way with me because of the data monetization and data efficiency use cases. I think Mercedes Benz building a data marketplace on $OCEAN shows I might have a gem here.

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My Crypto dream is not asking for too much really. I just want to have $BTC at $100k and my gems on $1k. I know $100k in BTC is feasible considering its ATH in the last bull run. Hopefully, it gets to $100k in the next bull cycle to set a CD new ATH. I have some gems like $OCEAN and $FIL which are both Web3 projects and data monetization and efficiency projects. $OCEAN data marketplace provides a platform for both buyers and sellers of data. It must be nice to see $OCEAN at $50 shortly.

Following my boy with FIL, not long term though.

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I'm a project investor only at this point..No wallet owned or trusted. When the time comes I'll be using GALA and FIL if possible. Excess HDD data storage usage rewards and entertainment ecosystem tokens interest me.

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I’ve bought lumps of SOL multiple times this year. I already have decent stashes of BTC and ETH which are really the only two projects I don’t believe will ever become dead blockchains and they combined command about 90% of my portfolio. I only put my investable income in those two, but I keep about 3%-5% of my portfolio on exchanges and actively trade. Weekly I’ll turn any profits into Top 50 coins I think have utility which is how I’ve built my SOL, ADA, XTZ, DOT, Link, Vet, FIL, etc stashes.

For non-whales, the bear market strategy should be simple. Keep bagging and DCAing projects with good use cases. Staking is not bad because there is stable APY and that could provide stability through the bear. For me, I am bullish on projects with great utilities. $OCEAN and $FIL for example. Projects focusing on data monetization and efficiency. In the world of a decentralized internet, this would solve data privacy issues which is why I am bullish about $OCEAN.

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You actually don’t need a lot of money if you can do your due diligence. Anything asides that is, buy your $BTC and wait for it to get to $50k or so, or you can carefully bag some gems with great utility. My best bet now is Web3 projects like $FIL and $OCEAN. Web3 is the future and these projects have a role in that future because data monetization is important. With the new partnership between $OCEAN and $H20, buyers and sellers of data in the Ocean data marketplace can now enjoy price stability.

UNI hasn't been heading in the right way, while FIL and THETA have been profitable on shorts and sometimes longs. Putting up a solid stack is nice, but I'm betting on ETH, PAXG, and RIDE. Last time I looked, EVMOS was offering over 300% APR asides Ride metastaking of up to 25% APR. I understand holoride, and I believe the pricing perspective will shift once the product launch is complete.

I think you should do what works for you. Me, I think I mastered trading between support and resistance. When we dip, I buy at the next major support. When we pump, I sell at the next major resistance, once support. Been doing this for a couple of assets, LINK, DIA, ETH, FIL too. That's not to say I don't take fundamentals seriously, I think it has a way to influence the market. I remember one time that DIA partnered with Coinbase, it was the first dip to support and a 100%+ in one day.

Realistically, a $10K in Ethereum would do IMO. However, if you are looking for low caps like Chainlink LINK, DIAdata DIA, or Filecoin FIL, I'll say some $1K - $5K, to be safe. But note, this is not financial advice and remember that no one controls the market, so you need to invest what you can afford to lose alone.

- Lucky Block (LBLOCK): - Filecoin (FIL): - Fetch.ai (FET) - DYDX: The Dex token - SKALE Network (SKL) - MyNeighborAlice (ALICE) - Ankr

- Lucky Block (LBLOCK): - Filecoin (FIL): - Fetch.ai (FET) - DYDX: The Dex token - SKALE Network (SKL) - MyNeighborAlice (ALICE) - Ankr

- Lucky Block (LBLOCK): - Filecoin (FIL): - Fetch.ai (FET) - DYDX: The Dex token - SKALE Network (SKL) - MyNeighborAlice (ALICE) - Ankr

Whats the deal with FIL? Fucking wild

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FIL looks like it’ll keep running for a week or two

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FIL top 30 now. ALGO out and close to being overtaken by ICP.

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ALGO close to getting leaped by FIL and ICP

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Data is a goldmine and companies like Google & Meta understand that. Data is the next big thing because there has to be a solution to this unfair data collection, process, and sale by these companies. Data projects in Crypto could be headed for the moon. Projects like $FIL and $OCEAN are typical for me. With $OCEAN teaming up with Acentrik for a data market for Mercedez Benz could be the final indication I need.

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Anyone have news on the recent FIL pump?

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Gainer: SHIB Loser: FIL

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One day, the bear market will be gone and until that day, it's “fill the bag” day. Most prominent don’t know how my b opportunity is in bear. Many of these projects you see, you may never see them that cheap again. Even data-related projects like $FIL and $OCEAN. For $OCEAN, the partnership with Acentrik which is to build a decentralized data marketplace byMercedes Benz in $OCEAN is looking promising even in the bearest bear market.

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Projects that have solid utility and bring value are good to hold. Some even have other benefits to earn apart from holding and as for me it's OCEAN, MATIC, FIL, BNB, ATOM, ETH, and DOT.

Win: FIL & ION Loss: Unrealized 😎

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I didn't buy anything today. I only DCA at the end of the month into my long-term web3 and DeFi projects like ATOM, MATIC, NGM, and FIL when I get my paycheck. Also, the market is up lately I don't think now is the right time to buy.

Certain coins, like Arweave for example, increase in valve the more the platform is used and adopted, because AR is needed to purchase storage. Inflation is too much of an issue as opposed to another coin in the same category FIL. I think it’s important that if your going to invest, you need to know how your token will increase in valve outside of fomo buys

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I sold my FIL near peak at idk how many times but it was a lot lol. A close second was from ION. My biggest "loss" is usually coins that I decided not to buy like MATIC when it was worth cents or ADA at .10 I tend not to realize that much loss because I don't marry bags so I don't have much loss porn but I guess my biggest would be from way back in the day when I was new and FOMOing into things like XTZ and BAT.

I'm sophisticated, I only eat chick FIL a sauce, lol

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FIL. Really thought it was like the equivalent of investing in a utility stock. It was an unsexy pick but would be durable (comparatively) in a bad market. I been proven very wrong on this.

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uhh... RIP my lended FIL??

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This is why I would like to go for low-caps like OCEAN, XEM, FIL, and DASH. More ROI when they hit ATM. But most of them don't have anything to show again except OCEAN, which is still building.

I dont think so for such a new coin . I would have believed you had you talked about DOT RIDE FIL ZIL or even DOGE for that matter.

The point is that file sharing protocols can use a financial incentive mechanism to reward seeders / file hosters. Similarly they can use a credit system to price network resource usage similar to AWS credits. That's what BTT and FIL do. These protocols can certainly somewhat work without an incentive mechanism but in that case you're relying on the good will of file hosters who let anybody use their computing resources for free. As a result you end up in situations where nobody is hosting the file you need, or nobody is seeding the torrent you want. Obviously that's an issue. If you're hosting your website on IPFS you don't want it to be offline because nobody is incentivized to host it. That's the problem these tokens solve. I don't hold any and don't think that they're the best investment but they are very useful.

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I am afraid this might be the lowest we will ever see some projects and it only follows to start DCAing as much as possible before the market picks up to secure an opportunity of a lifetime. I am bullish on data-related projects such as $OCEAN AND $FIL. It’s easier to keep DCAing $OCEAN because I can also effectively monetise my digital asset through data farming and most notably the OceanONDA v4.

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I bought a few Alts: ETH LTC ETC LUNA (oops) SOL DOT BAT FIL

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Me my father and FIL all have seed cards cut in half and stored with each other. Do other people not do this?

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I found this stack.money site that aggregates GitHub data of crypto projects. It analyzes every project's GitHub commits statistics and ranks them into tiers based on this month's of this week's developer's activities. The current top dev ranks are: DXdao (DXD)/Gnesis (GNO)/Cow Protocol (COW) these 3 are the same company. Ethereum (ETH),Polkadot (DOT), RSS3 (RSS3), Filecoin (FIL), Elrond (EGLD),Dev Protocol (DEV), Cardano (ADA).

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This is what I’m talking about. You bought ETH when it was double digits? Congrats, you bought into coin that had a total supply over around 90m at the time with 60m of that premined. In any other space we would call this getting fleeced. Fortunately for you the market can stay irrational and you can fail upwards in this space. This won’t happen forever and if you want to keep your capital you should probably read into some things. You got lucky, doesn’t mean it will always be this way. Only way you un-fuck that premine is to have inflating tail emissions. With move to PoS in it’s current state you fail at that. ETH had a first mover in smart contracts and had security with the huge hashrate. PoS centralized it and every other L1 has smart contracts (and PoS). Eth is not unique anymore and has way more cons than pros now. I mentioned 3 coins in my initial post… reading comprehension is your friend. If you want more than that then here: ZEN, ADA, and FIL. Zen being hybrid with rewarding node operators and miners (once it’s set up treasury is supposed to go into a DAO for decentralization) also has good tail emissions, ADA has good tail emissions, FIL has a use case and need hardware to support the network. Throw in DOT and Atom for layer 0 exposure and you have an ETHless portfolio with all its benefits and use-cases without worry of a handful of people dumping the coin that have zero skin in the game.

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Polkadot (DOT), Chainlink (LINK), Filecoin (FIL), Theta Network (THETA), and Helium were among the top web3 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization .

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What are your newest 'moonshot' purchases? By moonshot I mean coins that you don't have any cult-like belief will succeed but that you know mostly likely will fail. But there's an outside chance they might go 10, or even 20x or 50x so you put no more than 100 bucks in it and buy no more than 10 such moonshots. Like better than a lottery ticket but not much better! :D I'm thinking about buying: ICP, WAXP, XNO, FIL, GRT, SUSHI, KDA, ALGO, IMX, ENS. What about you?

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While many often think payment is going to bring that massive adoption, what if its not going to be the case? What if Data is going to be the next good mine in crypto? This explains my bullish position towards data-related crypto projects. For example projects like $FIL and $OCEAN are deeply focused on efficient use and monetisation of data. The mere fact that the German government adopted $OCEAN in the automobile industry further proves my point.

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outside the obvious btc and eth my 5 would be, AGLO, DOT, GLMR, ROSE, FIL

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Interplanetary File System IPFS is the coolest name for a protocol in crypto. Especially if they actually deliver on that 😳 I think FIL will have its day.

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Why has FIL dumped so hard? Trouble behind the scenes?

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I'm holding and buying. Invested some in VRA and VET today and I've been holding plus staking ADA for a while now. I have positions in FIL, LINK, ZIL, ETH, and SOL. My biggest is in BTC though. I didn't buy anywhere near the top for any of those but damn, it's been a tough 9 months for my longs. When I think about selling I look at a monthly chart and pull back a few years.

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Regardless of how you think the tech is, the supply dynamics on FIL are atrocious. Check out the inflation in circulating supply: https://messari.io/asset/filecoin/chart/sply-circ Longer you hold, the more you get diluted. Nasty combo with a bearish market.

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That one FIL shill annoyingly spamming "Filecoin to the moon" might've been a time traveler.

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Guess FIL holders *can* say their coin went to the moon after all.

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My PRQ and FIL investments are dying

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Wherever the real builders are that aren't motivated by price alone -- MATIC, LINK, FIL, ALGO, AMP

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I’m only nibbling on leading layer 1 projects that have direct application into building web3 (FIL is a good candidate)

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Hashtech Mining Recently came across this site that allows staking to be done for BTC ETH FIL etc and promises good returns (up to 20% for 90 days). It seems too good to be true hence I like to check if this is legit or likely a scam. https://web.hashtechmining.com/#/

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I got very lucky with FIL. Bought FIL3x on a random tip, 8x'ed my money and got out. My luckiest buy short term buy and profit by far

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FIL. Down over 80%.

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On coinbase basic you can convert tiny amounts for free to whatever you want. My dust turns to CRO. But on Pro, you can't send dust amounts to CB basic, so I'm stuck with DNT, REN, and FIL dust forever.

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Our monthly reminder that FIL exists, thanks!

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Bitcoin down 1.8% Filecoin down 15% Filecoin is one of the hardest hit today. ATH over $225, and now trading even below end of 2020 levels, (that's basically before the bull run of 2021) To put this into perspective: 1 FIL = 4500 Doge end of 2020 1 FIL = 113 Doge today And FILECoin has an important utility. Doge has no use yet. Not all crypto are created equal.

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Goodbye FIL, it was nice knowing you. Sorry to all the holders.

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Yeah it's true LTC is trying to do updates I follow them on Twitter the problem is they aren't hyped enough by investors personally I see Litecoin as an old coin but look at coins like FIL and Zcash Dash pumping they're same idea but privacy coins are popular LTC will have its day they just need to release something hyped up and BTC has to be good too 😂

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I’m looking for something with a different usecase than traditional coins. I looked at HNT, but I was little turned off by the limited utility - essentially just a reward token. I’ve looked at FIL, AR, & SC; I still don’t understand the projects or not completely sold. AMP looked interesting as a decentralized collateral token. I thought it was a solid usecase. I liked how VET is more of a store-of-value, and vthor is used to pay for gas. Does anybody have any opinions or recommendations?

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>I know what the Bitcoin wallet address is, is there a way for me to search for it? Like if it comes up with location or somewhat? Yes, you can use a block explorer for that. What do you mean by "location"? If you mean a physical location, then no. You can see what happens to the funds inside that wallet, but there won't be any info about the wallet owner's physical whereabouts > Also if anyone has experience with exchanges refunding stolen money or not? I’m not expecting his money to be returned just figured I’d ask. Define "stolen". Did your FIL got scammed? Because if he did and made the withdrawal himself, then no, the exchange isn't obligated to do anything.

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Right, i also refuse to watch my FIL. Not this week, not this month but maybe end of summer, around Singapore summit. Just for kicks, no expectations or salvation for the holy bag.

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LINK and FIL are solid gems and a very good buy even at the current price. Other coins I'd consider are OCEAN, FET and SYLO. These are really underpriced coins with huge potential

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The data in storage deals is not stored on-chain, so it’s not something that can just be copied to a new network, if that’s what you meant. I’m not sure what the benefit to copying the chain would be, unless you’re also able to persuade the existing storage miners to jump ship to your new chain, which wouldn’t make any sense for them considering how much capital they have locked up in FIL. I actually made my own write-up from reading the technical papers on the official site, I’ll post it in another comment

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I don't ignore times I'm wrong, noone is right all the time and I'm happy to admit it. As you seem to take a deep interest in my comments you must have noticed how I went bullish after BTC broke prev resistance. Luna long from $94 to $117 and several gains on alts like FIL PYR and BSW. If I'd be "literally saying the same thing" then I'd have been trying to short all this time. About a week ago I posted how the markets weren't looking as good and that I was closing my alt positions. Again, reacting the the market changing. CPI pumps have not lasted the past six months though so it pays to apply prior knowledge of events like this.

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Cryptoassets are correlated because they are all within the cryptomarket. You can further refine this analysis by seeing which specific coins in the cryptomarket correlate with one another (and why BTC / ETH is the oft-referred to index, but is not representative of the entire picture). >Therefore, the market isn't distinguishing between which coins are good, bad or meh. All the market is doing is speculating on crypto as a whole. This is a pretty broad generalization and the market is certainly drifting to certain protocols as of late. Stablecoins receive the most attention because they are a focal point of DeFi lend / borrow (esp. given over-collateralized lending using crypto-backed collateral, eg AAVE / LUNA). >Given this, how valuable will any of these coins be in the future? If the market doesn't differentiate between any of them, doesn't that mean they'll all fail or they'll all succeed, and if they all succeed, is that a good thing? We really need 300 different currencies that we need to make purchases at various retailers and on various websites? You're right - there is no need for 300, or 3,000+ different currencies - but there are some emergent use cases such as DAO Governance (many examples with highly variable performance), collateralization default (eg on protocols like AAVE), liquidity provisioning+ (on protocols like Curve or Osmosis), enterprise solution funding (QNT), currency-for-data/services-or-NOS (LINK, FIL), list goes on. Analysis can't be reduced to being that binary because it's simply not holistic enough. There's a lot of opportunity in a $2t market. The problem is with coins such as Bitcoin which aren't even being used like a currency - they're just being held because investors want the dollar value to go up. However, there is a kind of fringe use case in institutional money transfer for large amounts at low costs, it's just not applicable to smaller holders. Allowing direct crypto payments (or credit lines against crypto) allow 1) new capital to flow in on credit lines or 2) liquidation of held capital on idle cryptocurrencies. Many cryptos right now act as a surrogate way of investing in web3 tech businesses (like DOT) which aim to serve people who do use that capital for something Web3 related and not just for profit. >That seems like way too much to keep track of. It is, which is why it's important to determine what you want by getting involved in this space. It's a full-time job to keep up with 'every coin' daily.

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Pretty much this. Over 4 years I've made a ~ 1200% return on my original investment. I've pulled much of the profit and am sitting at 500% return on my original profit. The only reason I've even got *that* much is I got lucky a few times (e.g. FIL where I bought at $17) but that's literally that - luck. I sold the last of it around $85, but laddered my way up from $35, $45, $55, then $85 as a "moonshot, lol" sell ladder - it went up even further, but I was happy with what I took home. No point regretting that I missed the actual peak, it easily could have not gone higher and I'd have been left bagholding. Only in 2021 have I made any kind of "major" profit - and that's after 4 years. It's not an overnight, get rich quick thing, and it certainly requires patience. The old saying's true: If it sounds too good to be true, it is. The overwhelming odds are that **nothing** you study, research, or yolo at is gonna give you a 10,000% return.

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Here’s my list of stakes: DOT, MATIC, GLMR, CRV, MINA, ATOM, FIL, GRT, CELO.

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After Bitcoin and Ethereum, the most commonly held asset by crypto institutions in Q4 is again Polkadot. Rank: BTC - ETH - DOT - ROSE - NEAR - LUNA - dYdX - MINA - FIL - Maker - SOL - 0x - AR

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Filecoin flipped 100 day ma as has Theta, both should be good for continuation until a marketwide dip/crash. FIL yesterday was my biggest spot buy since Eth and Sol last July, up 15% and stop loss moved into profit.

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Filecoin pump is because i converted my deadass FIL to Ada on friday. Youre welcome

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MATIC. And I even was so dumb to buy some Filecoin while it was pumping, the chart is hilarious :D But I wasn’t that much money with FIL, that was just stupid gambling.

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Any decentralized platform with solid fundamentals, solid partnerships, and resilient team will make a decent standard for web3. The likes of DIA, DOT, AVAX, LINK, FIL, HNT have got a chance.

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and like 1.5 million of those or bots or shill accounts of scammers anyway. I'm not too worried about it. I'm more worried about tech illiterate people wandering into the fringes of the internet and forking over money for vaporware. My FIL went in big on some project he found on Parler that doesn't even have a coin yet. FFS, my dude

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#RaiderToken 172M CS - $0.01 Other crypto with similar CS’s #BNB 165M - $400.87 #FIL 180M - $18.97 #KDA 171M - $6.11 #ICP 215M - $18.87 #SCRT 163M - $4.63 #ETH 120M - $2953.57 ….yeah, you’re still WAY early

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Filecoin (FIL) is for enabling distributed digital storage as a worldwide commodity. It is a protocol which establishes a two-sided marketplace for storage providers and storage consumers to find each other and execute a "storage deal" for arbitrary data. FIL is part of a larger (web3) stack which intends to scale the Internet (providing storage fabric for other blockchains ((NFT storage)[https://nft.storage/] or (databases)[https://tableland.xyz/]), making content reliable and authentic, and has a vision for humanity's growth which eventually leads us to a spacefaring society. Protocol Labs is designing/guiding the FIL protocol alongside other parts of this stack (libp2p, IPFS, drand) as well as humanitarian/civic support required (Protocol Labs established the SAFT pattern for ICOs and performed the first ICO using the pattern. It is widely accepted as the "safest framework for ICOs" as it relates to compliance w orgs such as the SEC in the United States.). This designing/guiding is executed as a network of tightly collaborating individuals/groups/companies which support the growth of the entire (web3) stack and is the means of quickly circulating capital throughout. Not only is FIL doing amazing technological work (largest production deployment of zero-knowledge proofs in the world, unique protocols to ensure that storage is proven/available/secure on-chain for all (at the time of this writing) ~16EiB of storage (https://stats.filecoin.io/) regularly _every 48 hours_ (Proof of Spacetime and Proof of Replication) (https://spec.filecoin.io), and coordinating changes throughout the rest of the (web3) stack that FIL relies upon (drand, IPFS, libp2p, etc) ensures a cohesive and robust ecosystem. Protocol Labs makes attempts to develop FIL as a project among all of the other projects they are incubating and growing, much in the same way as Bell Laboratories did decades ago. But FIL is an important piece to PLs mission as it produced "$193M" during its ICO (unsure of that number, but here's a source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filecoin) plus there is a portion of FIL which is earmarked for their non-profit org (Filecoin Foundation) which is charged as "caretaker" over the protocol. Very cool technology. Disclosure: So cool that I'm part of the Protocol Labs Network which I mentioned before and am a recipient of funding from Protocol Labs. I also hold FIL. DYOR 🍻

Mentions:#FIL#DYOR
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I'd say you should go for Polkadot because of what the ecosystem is building. It is also part of top Web3 project along side LINK, DIA and FIL to blow up soon. Also, its market cap compared to SOL is still low so it has that power to moon.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FIL, THETA, SYLO, FLUX, DOT are the few ones I know

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I did that when FIL was pumping. it was valued at $150 per. I think my $25 is worth like $2-3 now? Even if it 10x'ed right now id still but under water on it.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Utility matters a lot when investing. That is why I like web3 projects because of their capability to supply data. Never heard of DEIP, maybe I will look into because the Web3 coins I'm a holder of is DIA, LINK and FIL.

Mentions:#DIA#LINK#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It looks as though you are trying to prove something because CHIK-FIL-A IS CORRECT.

Mentions:#CHIK#FIL
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Honestly, utility matters a lot when investing. That is why I see a lot of data projects taking massive adoption like OCEAN, LINK, DIA and FIL which they can be used as an intermediary to collect data. Project like DIA has utility in the sense that the holders can use them to take part in the community decision making votes which they can mint POAP badge when they vote.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don't worry, takes another 8 days from there 🤣 Icy white here. FIL doing jade seems to be taking just as long

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

You mention about six cryptos I think web 3 enthusiast should buy into. In my opinion, if you aren't buying FIL, LINK, DOT, HNT, THETA, ETH you're definitely sleeping. Even DIA, OCEAN and BAND are good buys for the future. It should be common knowledge to buy into these low cap fundamentally solid gems.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Luna, Osmo, Atom, Usdt, filecoin Just kidding, I think FIL is down a ton, but it's still in the top 50 and weirdly not one I see a lot of people bitching about given the price.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Wow... This is amazing... Used to think that web3 is the future of the internet which made me to focus on projects like DOT, DEIP, OCEAN, FIL....etc. will DMOR on PKT.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm DCAing into web3 projects because I see them gaining a massive adoption soon. My picks are FIL, DIA, DOT and OCEAN. In matter of time, they will take off.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sounds like my FIL. His idea of crypto investment is making $50/mo. buying and selling shitcoins on Webull or some shit. He'll mash the sell button the second his profits cross 10%. He actually gets excited about it.

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

UNI and FIL two of the top gainers and ICP almost a winner? Yikes, all we’re missing is VET before the real panic begins!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VET now ranked 42nd behind ICP, AXS, FIL, SAND and KLAY... Last year one of the most heavily shilled on the daily, it used to rank 12nd at the highest. Expensive lesson: DYOR. If it's heavily shilled have some skepticism.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No this is perfectly fine. The fact you’re in crypto should be “spice” enough. Sounds like you’re staking whatever can be staked, too, which is great. I’d create some exposure to file storage, wether that be FIL, STORJ, or another project is up to you. FIL is currently pretty cheap imo. That’s all I’d add tho, some decentralized storage exposure. Nice port

Mentions:#FIL#STORJ
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Good Old FIL. If he ever gets off the couch I’ll be happy

Mentions:#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ONE for me and it’s BLITS. It has MATIC, BNB, ETHand FIL, in addition to Harmony ONE.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You can always stand strong on BTC and ETH. They are the biggest. I also hold WEB3 and some Metaverse gems because they are the new big thing to hold for long term. FIL, DOT, SAND, DIA, MANA and LINK.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In my opinion, most of the web3 projects I own are underappreciated. Let me say is it because web3 hasn't taken a full adoption? In mean time, I see FIL, DOT, DIA and LINK getting the hype they deserve.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thanks. I never hear anything about FIL, except that it's supposed to be an ETH-killer like do many other projects.

Mentions:#FIL#ETH