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r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

We can't just wait for traditional finance to become good enough for us - we need to explore the alternatives.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Does anyone else thinks crypto regulation is key to mass adoption?

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

You shouldn't invest in a DeFi platform in case they don't have owned liquidity.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Curious to know your thoughts on Dex/Liquidity Aggregators and the role they play in the virtual assets market.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

CeFi is not what crypto should be about - we should always go for Decentralization.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

The biggest roadblock DeFi has to overcome is its massive gas fees - and that me makes super bullish for Ethereum after the move to PoS.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Innovative solutions will continue to boost DeFi & Web3 growth

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Don't invest in a DeFi platform if they don't have owned liquidity.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Cross-chain Liquidity Aggregators are Key to Better Trading Experiences

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Nobody should pay more than they have to for an asset

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

No one wants to pay more than they have to for an asset

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Future of NFTs

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Long crypto, short the banks! >FLUID, for example, provides users low- fees and an easy way to transact business in cryptocurrency Low fees always win. I remember that was the catalyst that had Binance chain take some market share from Ethereum. As long as users can get the same/near fees experience as on a CEX on any platform, it will grow.

Mentions:#FLUID#CEX

I think that we should not look at those little ones but at the good potentials that have yet to come out like FLUID and Pooky. I don't think that this bad market will pass quickly, and you with a small market may also fail. I'm a little skeptical.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

That's a fair rule. Regulation is key to mass adoption. Exchanges like Binance is fully complying, and liquidity aggregators like FLUID is fully aware of the immediate compliance challenge facing exchanges as well as the rapidly changing global regulatory frameworks governing virtual assets.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Yea FLUID and Orion Protocol look promising for sure. FLUID having AI - quant based strategies over Orion is one feature that interests me though. Very bullish.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

>Depending on your investment priorities and interests, these altcoins can often represent a better option for your crypto portfolio than BTC for bringing in massive profits. You said it! Altcoins will bring in the most profits, especially the low caps. >However, many altcoins can turn out to be glorified scams built around elaborate hype machines. I go for projects that are looking to solve problems and have decent utilities. FLUID would remain a favorite of mine because it's addressing the inefficiencies caused by fragmented liquidity in the market.

Mentions:#BTC#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Would you be attending these? I'm glad to see that they would be speaking on aggregated liquidity and how FLUID is a game changer at such huge events. At times it feels like many don't know just how important liquidity aggregators are, especially one that leveraged AI quant-based models.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Putting the right set of regulations in place will definitely improve crypto adoption. It will give users even more confidence to get onboarded. FLUID is a huge advocate for such, it won’t be surprising when they are successful long term.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

No mention of LINK is weird. That's the biggest oracle. Another side of DeFi that needs to improve is the presence of fragmented liquidity. Orion Protocol and FLUID have my attention currently. DeFi adoption still has some more levels to hit.

Mentions:#LINK#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Using AI quant-based strategies is a huge advantage for FLUID as a liquidity aggregator. The team is very experienced too, so I expect them to deliver a solid product that can potentially bring some stability to the crypto market.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I don't fancy FTM anymore since all that stuff happened on their ecosystem. I would recommend having a look at the layer 2 ecosystem but it really has a lot of value to offer in the coming years. If you are a fan of low caps then you can have a look into FLUID which is a liquidity aggregator for the digital asset platforms.

Mentions:#FTM#FLUID

Staking is the best, especially if you're staking ATOM, JUNO, and EVMOS. Bounties are another way, you can check FLUID's ongoing bounty to start earning FLD tokens for the TGE, Defi solution, and liquidity aggregator launch. An upcoming low market cap gem.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

One sure way to survive, in my opinion, is to DCA into solid FA altcoins, hold your bags, and stake your long-term assets. Don't panic sell. You can also use the opportunity to research and find new low caps and upcoming gems. Participate in bounties; FLUID, OCEAN, and many projects are doing this. Don't forget about the incentivized testnets. Another thing is playing NFT games. Pooky, for example, releases football results prediction games and events where you can participate \[for free\] and win NFTs + other prizes.

Mentions:#FLUID#OCEAN
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Well said. Launch of FLD(FLUID token) is set to be a TGE with day one utility and it will list on exchanges with a market-cap that begins at 100k. CEX, DEX and other digital asset platforms will all need this tech.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Buy & stake, to earn passive rewards. Take part in incentivized [testnets;](https://twitter.com/Abrahamchase09/status/1561084713845960706) tons of them ongoing already; Sei. Petto, Shell, etc. FLUID would begin Alpha testing of its product as well, so might probably have some rewards for testers as well.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I think FLUID will be needed mostly by DEXs more than the CEX needs it. Looks like yoube not interacted with the platfrom before. You don't need to have several passwords for our account or wallet as you can use a single login o access all your assets on the platfrom Is there any ETA to the launch of FLUID and are they having an IDO? There are some good launchpads out there from Polkastarter to Seedify to BSCpad to Uplift DAO, Trustpad and more. I like what Uplift is doing on their platform as it is a whale resistance launchpad that allows small bag holders slot in IDOs What will the launch be lilke? Direct listing or IDO?

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I have good things about Ore Protocol in the past. I must agree with you that ETH is a straightforward buy in this current market. FLUID is tackling fragmented liquidity in the DEX and CEX platforms. The issue of overpaying on trades will become a thing of the past with this innovation.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

First of all, great picks you have there. From the list of altcoins; NEAR and OP. I think you should also consider investing in new, high-potential projects that haven't been released yet. Pooky, a unique football results prediction NFT game building on Matic, FLUID, a crypto liquidity aggregator leveraging AI tech and strategies to address fragmented liquidity, and Aptos, a new L1 blockchain, are some you can look into.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

THe only thing i see people selling now is the ETHW that was airdropped to holders of ETH. Adding more ETH at this time is a wise desicion as it might not dip to this price again anytime soon. ATOM is also a good hold but i don't have that. This is the best time to learn more about project that one is invested into which is what I've been doing and now looking forward to attending the AMA between Ore Protocol and Exotopia, hoping to win one of the NFT ticket in the event What's FLUID offering?

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I think the merge will have long-term effects on the market but i was expecting a sell the news situation. That hasn't stopped me from bagging more ETH, ATOM at cheap prices. The end of 2022 should bring the launch of FLUID(Liquidity aggregator) so i am looking forward to that.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Get involved in FLUID’s reward program for early community members. You’ll get airdropped FLD tokens upon launching and make it up for your loss… There is no risk whatsoever and the bounties tasks are very easy. Check their telegram pinned posts for details… and for god sake, do more research next time!

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I've been watching the market, DCAing into my favorite gems, and staking them. Recently, I started participating actively in incentivized testnets. >Also, any alts you see as superstars definitely making it through winter that are currently under hyped and the most undervalued? I think ATOM, ETH, and solid Layer 2 projects will make it through the winter. The same goes for projects that are still building now. FLUID Liquidity is a new project that's under the radar and looking at how it aims to tackle liquidity fragmentation in the market, I think it will be a success if the team delivers.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm invested in ATOM, CTSI, OCEAN, GMX... They're bringing different innovations to the crypto space. FLD is on the list too. I'm increasing my share in the FLD token pool by participating in FLUID's reward program while waiting for the launch.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Yeah... So what do you guys think? In which defi are you invested in and why? Is it a good timing to get into defi? It's a good time as long you doesn't invest in ponzis or unsustainable APYs. It's real yield projects for me- GMX & DOPEX. I'm following other interesting ones like FLUID also

Mentions:#GMX#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Spot on. Fragmented liquidity is about to be a thing of the past. I have full confidence in what FLUID will achieve once it goes live.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I believe that only individuals do this, that it is not the case in most cases. I personally now see a good option to buy BNB and BTC as well as new projects that are yet to come out, such as FLUID and Pooky... Why would somebody sell now, I don't understand, can someone explain to me?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I will take that, thank you! Also, if you want to look into another airdrop - check [FLUID](https://www.fluid.finance) - they have bounties in the TG group to accumulate pre-TGE FLD tokens. After launch, we’ll get airdropped the tokens. Let’s see!

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

New launches… It’s well known that people like to invest in new coins. But I’ll definitely research the tokenomics, the vesting period/unlocks and investors’ prices, first… I have my eyes set on FLD (FLUID - a liquidity aggregator) launch now! Let’s see!

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Good points. It should be good for the space in the long term >I fancy FLUID too as an AI - quant based liquidity aggregator Same here. The virtual assets market need aggregators for a more stable & unified market.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Look into FLD - this is a new liquidity aggregator launching soon - FLUID. Analyzing the fundamentals, the team and overall the utility, I think it could be one of the next big players. They also have lots of bounties for the early community members, so you at least can get an airdrop if you get involved.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I agree with you that regulations have to find their way in as long as they are favorable ones that will reduce or put an end to market manipulation. I fancy FLUID too as an AI - quant based liquidity aggregator. There's still so much work to be done among the digital asset platforms.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I guess projects started to understand that they must be compliant in order to thrive.. so well done for FLUID! If not, they’ll have a similar fate to Tornado Cash..

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

OCEAN and FLUID (FLD)… it goes with your WAVES - part of the same family lol

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is also the premise of FLUID - a new liquidity aggregator ready to launch. Lots of institutional players will be joining the space and we need to have efficient and robust liquidity, best execution prices, low latency and low counterparty risks. The market will mature and so will do the tools we have nowadays.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I think surviving the bear market for most crypto companies/start-ups implies preparing for that before it even comes. I think those struggling never anticipated the bear would be this brutal, hence their extreme exposure to those assets. I believe lessons have been learnt. And while the bear is still pretty much around, we see news of new fund raisings almost everyday . I can remember StarkNet raised $100M, FLUID did $10M and there's Pooky with €3M in pre-seed-funding, so VCs are still injecting more money to startups which they have been building with. >Also, Binance and Kraken have lately added staff members. When it comes to hiring, they think bear markets is an ideal time. True. Same for Polygon, Arbitrum

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

With more institutional interests comes regulation. Proper regulation will aid the wider adoption of crypto. FLUID is big on regulation, I've read a few interesting articles on their blog too.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

If all goes well then FLUID should develop into a proper liquidity aggregator to compete with the likes Orion Protocol. I also like the fact that they want to bring in regulations into the space. I am looking forward to it all.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

The first and most basic rule is DYOR. Second, don't trust anyone except what you have concluded for yourself. Third, when making a portfolio, don't stick to just one project, but have a variety of them... For example, you hold 3 premium projects such as BTC, ETH, and BNB, 2-3 projects that show a lot of potential with a small market such as DIA, OCEAN, and ACH, and you follow those that have yet to come out and have huge potentials like FLUID and Pooky. And never invest more than you are ready to lose, because that is one of the 2 basic rules of crypto. If you are interested in anything else, feel free to write, I will be happy to answer...

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

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Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

If you take a look at OCEAN, take a look at FLUID, as well. Jokes aside, OCEAN is a huge project and very undervalued, in my opinion. FLUID (FLD) is yet to be launched, but with great potential - a new liquidity aggregator with very strong fundamentals and the team is prioritizing building the product first (then the TGE).

Mentions:#OCEAN#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FLUID has a reward program, as well - FLD tokens to be airdropped upon launching. It involves some bounties, basically a couple of retweets. I’m in top20 on the leaderboard - freebies cheer me up, too!

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

[FLUID](https://www.fluid.finance) also gives freebies - this is a new liquidity aggregator and FLD tokens will be airdropped to the community upon launching. Join their TG and check pinned messages!

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

See it as an opportunity and take the time to educate yourself, and keep stacking. I think most people are sleeping on an opportunity to get in early on FLUID, a cross-chain liquidity aggregator that addresses the issue of fragmented liquidity in the space. Most people might also regret missing Cartesi; the operating system for blockchain, and Ocean; the king of data building a new data economy. A lot of new projects are coming up, follow the right people and play around with new platforms, and tech... another way to use the bear market?

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

One of the projects happening now that I think it could get big is FLUID (FLD) - a new liquidity aggregator with strong features for solving the fragmented liquidity and ensuring low fees, low latency and zero counterparty risk. Check it out! And to answer your question, I think the smartest use of this time should be researching and learning. Many opportunities will present themselves like this!

Mentions:#FLUID

Put FLD on the list - [FLUID](https://www.fluid.finance), a liquidity aggregator, great fundamentals and TGE hopefully soon. This being a new launch, it has a good ROI potential! I’m excited to follow you on this competition - what’s the plan? You’ll be posting here every day?

Mentions:#FLUID#ROI
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

>Could you elaborate? As simply as I can put it, FLUID combines liquidity from CeFi and DeFi venues into one place, provides accurate pricing, and faster transactions, making the overall trading of crypto easier. You should read the [litepaper](https://fluid-finance-2.gitbook.io/fluid-finance) and watch this [interview](https://twitter.com/FLUID_liquidity/status/1564558576139509760?s=20&t=RcCI7TJGSqBz3xz6eNaJhg) where the CEO talks about the project and how it addresses issues of liquidity fragmentation. >Projects such as MNFTM intend to address the underrepresentation and underpayment of unrecognized artists and ethnically diverse creators in the web3 arena. Never heard of this.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

VRA- Verasity; seals with e-Sports & Digital Entertainment. Promising Roadmap FLD- FLUID; liquidity aggregator for CeFi & DeFi. Adopted Polygon as its commit chain CTSI-Cartesi; Decentralized layer 2 scaling solution with Linux integration

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

FLUID - Big fan of the experienced team of cybersecurity team they have. They will potentially help solve fragmented liquidity, huge spread and high latency trades among DEX and CEX platforms and also bring in strict and beneficial regulations into the space.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Comdex CMDX . The DeFi infrastructure layer for Cosmos. You should check it and play around with the platform, seems they are doing an incentivized testnet. FLD. FLD is the native token for FLUID and it'll launch at the initial market cap of 100k with utility from the first day. FLUID is a cross-chain liquidity aggregator for CeDeFi that'll leverage AI technology to tackle fragmented liquidity in the space. You should check their rewards program too.

Mentions:#CMDX#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Makes perfect sense. Let's see much we improve in the coming months. The lack of liquidity and cross-chain interoperability among exchanges has been prevalent. If FLUID ticks all boxes then it could be a success.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They've been getting good exposure with the CEO being featured and quoted in Coindesk, Cointelegraph, Forbes, and CNBC. They also participated in Korea Blockchain Week where the core concept of their project and how FLUID is working towards aggregating liquidity to achieve best execution for the crypto industry was discussed with industry peers. Word is spreading nicely for the project.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>It's already working on all of these chains? Not yet, FLUID is still in the building stage. The bear market has delayed the token launch for now but the team is doubling down on getting the tech live as soon as possible. They release monthly updates on how the project is developing too.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's a good idea to get in early on FLUID before the launch. Looking at the project \[research\], you can see it has good potential. Team and tokenomics look good too. IMO.

Mentions:#FLUID#IMO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah, I missed that 1INCH airdrop. Did you know FLUID is doing something similar to an airdrop? Early community members register and participate in the ongoing bounties to collect tickets and earn FLD tokens before the TGE. It will be airdropped into their wallets. >That's really a good edge over others, and high throughput is key to delivering an efficient trading platform. I have big expectations tbh. I hope they deliver well.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's actually a good innovation. Could remember both 1INCH & OpenOcean did some airdrops like that. >Among DEX/liquidity aggregators, FLUID’s competitive advantage is that it uses AI quant-based strategies to deliver a high throughput service to its customers versus other top solutions that only offer quant-based solutions. That's really a good edge over others, and high throughput is key to delivering an efficient trading platform.

Mentions:#DEX#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

> FLUID that aim to achieve near zero fees How this can be possible?

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I'm curious to see how FLUID will function in real-time. The idea is workable and the team seems capable too.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

BNB is king! I do think exchange tokens, also DEX tokens will continue to do very good - KCS or GMX are also in my bag! And FLD has potential, as it will help them all with managing liquidity more efficiently and smart routing for best execution prices. I read that FLUID already has more than 20 MOU signed by top exchanges. Their solution is needed.. Let’s see!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

[FLUID](https://www.fluid.finance) - a new liquidity aggregator - has a good reward program in place & lots of bounties in their Telegram group for the community to accumulate pre-TGE FLD tokens. Check it out - freebies are great to fight this bear market..

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I think both are necessary. Both have advantages. Seems like FLUID aims to cover both which is much better!

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

CRO and MATIC are the ones i fancy the most. The recent partnerships have been impressive. I would throw in the layer 2 protocols too and also FLUID which is the low cap play i have been putting an eye on. I can't wait for the next bull run.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

It was a good move from the FLUID team to wait until the market is stable to launch. Plus it gives more time to accumulate tickets while the team keeps on developing the ecosystem. I'm really anticipating the launch.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I do agree with you but not all of them will pull gains in the next bull run. ETH is still what i mostly hold so i am good. Also looking forward to what FLUID can achieve as a liquidity aggregator for the CeDeFi space.

Mentions:#ETH#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I check the team and their previous experience. Also the investors and what info is available. I analyze the use case if it makes sense and if it’s actually needed.. Tokenomics, vesting and unlocks. I keep an eye on the community, as well! There are a lot of things to investigate and see how ‘it feels’ other than the whitepaper and technical jargon. Last on my DYOR list is [FLUID](https://www.fluid.finance) - a new liquidity aggregator that seems to tackle a lot of boxes and could pay off to ride it from the beginning!

Mentions:#DYOR#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Tokenomics, team, partnerships, narrative/hype, utility, funding, etc are the key things I check when doing research. Also using its current market valuation to estimate how feasible the ROI potential could be. All these could be gotten directly from the website- either through CMC or Coingecko, or I could go to the Telegram community \[which I use most of the time\] to filter them out using the relevant keywords. I don't usually read the whitepaper to be honest. Most I do is to check a litepaper which not every project has, though seen it with Kylin, FLUID, Polkastarter to mention a few.

Mentions:#ROI#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

>This is the time for platforms solving issues to come into the limelight I've taken a liking to FLUID, a project that not only tackles the long-standing issue of fragmented liquidity in the crypto market, but they are also pro-regulation, with cybersecurity at the core of its infrastructure. ​ >Privacy solutions are on the top shelf True, privacy is essential. I also think some regulation would help to reduce the hacks and exploits a lot. Which solutions are you looking at?

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thanks for this! If you don't have fiat to buy the dips, take a break and touch grass, and if you don't want to do that, you can focus on researching the market and upcoming projects. I'm doing the latter. FLUID and APTOS are two upcoming projects I'm looking into now.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I agree with you. There's also FLUID that's leveraging AI quant-based strategies to tackle fragmented liquidity in the market.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Well said. Market will just do its thing, as always. Even if one doesn't have fiat now, there's still time to buy at a later date, so no need to rush. I still have some alts on my watchlist I haven't pulled the trigger yet, while looking forward to Arbitrum Odyssey resumption & FLUID alpha testing this quarter.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Check giveaways, airdrops, work for some DAOs etc. there are lots of ways to accumulate some more crypto meanwhile.. without putting anything more into it! [Publish0x](https://www.publish0x.com?a=ELe32yKnd6) is a good faucet with smooth withdrawals to KuCoin. [FLUID](https://www.fluid.finance/leaderboard/) has bounties in their TG group for accumulating pre-TGE $FLD tokens. DIA DAO has tasks with payment in ETH, if I remember well. And so on.. We need to search opportunities! Good luck!

Only familiar with Shyft Network in the list. And yeah, I think it does has huge potentials. The thing is even with diminishing returns, many small & big caps will pull 10x & more in the next bull. Especially for new projects coming; APTOS, SUI, FLUID etc

Mentions:#SUI#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My answer to this is yes. Do your research, invest what you're willing to lose, and use the DCA strategy. For newcomers, ETH, MATIC, and ATOM are good places to start \[personal opinion\]. Depending on your risk tolerance, you can look into low caps or upcoming projects like APTOS and FLD. I'd suggest checking out FLUID's [bounty](https://www.fluid.finance/leaderboard/), where you learn about the project and earn tokens before the TGE.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It’s a good idea! At least hunt airdrops, giveaways, bounties etc. if you don’t wanna risk any capital. [DIA DAO](https://dao.diadata.org) has bounties with weekly payments. [FLUID](https://www.fluid.finance) is offering pre-TGE FLD tokens for early community members. Check Twitter for giveaways and always use referrals when signing up for something.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Keep a couple of bucks for the launch of [FLUID](https://www.fluid.finance) - a new liquidity aggregator with AI-features. They prioritize the product building and seems to be doing all the right things. You never know, it could pay off really well to ride this from the beginning.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's why regulation is key. What worries me mostly is even the uncountable hacks/exploits happening frequently on different protocols, feels like an inside job to me Watched/read few FLUID Live [session](https://www.fluid.finance/news-detail/fluid-live-korea-blockchain-week-exclusive-james-woolley-cmo-and-calvin-ferreira-director-of-partnerships-metavest-capital/) where some industry veterans were interviewed, and they all agreed regulation needs to really come in for mass adoption. This should protect investors, remove nefarious activities & bad actors.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I check tokenomics always. For whitepapers, I don't tbh. Only read if a litepaper is available. Read for likes of Polkastarter back then in 2021 bull, and recently, for FLUID.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Since you already hold ETH then i'd just say you could buy one more big cap then you can venture into some low cap plays. You can have a look at JUNO or FLUID if it interests you.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I'd probably say staking but it depends on what you plan to stake. I started out earning interest on ETH then i subsequently dived into the cosmos ecosystem. I am more of an holder actually though. I recently developed interest in FLUID as a liquidity aggregator.

Mentions:#ETH#FLUID

I agree with you on payment gateways. There's so much to like there. There's no date for FLUID's launch yet. They are waiting it out for better market conditions but i heard Alpha testing is imminent. It looks good for the project in the long-term.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

When is FLUID launching? Ofc, I think Payment gateway potentials will call for massive adoption. Without a question, they are all blue-chip that should be included in everyone's portfolio.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

[FLUID](https://www.fluid.finance) has lots of bounties nowadays before the token launch: tasks, games, competitions etc. There is a pool of $500k for the early community members if you get involved in their TG group!

Mentions:#FLUID

The Merge along with the potential launch of FLUID is all i have to look forward to in the next couple of months tbh. Payment gateways too are quite interesting. If well played, there's an opportunity to thrive in there as well.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

You can check the FLUID [litepaper.](https://fluid-finance-2.gitbook.io/fluid-finance/introduction/problem-and-the-solution) It addresses how the core tech works.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

It could literally be anyone tbh. From the research i have made, i like the look of FLUID and what it is looking to tackle as an AI quant based liquidity aggregator. Apart from looking for an 100x, i still like the look of the gains i can have with ETH, MATIC.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I like that you mentioned FLUID. According to what i am seeing from them, they can be a real force. Liquidity issues have been glaring for a while now along with security issues and they are looking to tackle it.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Low fees will make more people bullish It will be a win win for the both side and more liquidity for the market. I think FLUID is on a mission to solve fragmented liquidity which is a very important thing to solve. Good to see projects finally fix the gaps. Next bull run will be massive

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

There are other liquidity aggregators out there like Orion, however, FLUID has an advantage by being cross-chain and using AI strategies. They're proposing ultra-low latency, ultra-low costs, zero counterparty risks, and more... I'm curious to see their tech live.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Vitalik says after the ETH Merge, gas would drop to $0.002 or something. I'm looking forward to that. >Some DeFi platforms have been bringing and/or proposing near zero fees and ultra-fast transactions even before the confirmation of the move to PoS Noticed that with many new projects. It's either they're building on Arbitrum for cheap fees & high throughput or on Polygon. That's a great path FLUID is following.

Mentions:#ETH#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

Look into FLD - FLUID - a liquidity aggregator launching soon on ETH network, but offering multi-chain liquidity for both institutions and retailers. A $100 can go a long way into a new launch rather than a huge market cap coin. Fundamentals are powerful and the team is strong. Litepaper [here](https://fluid-finance-2.gitbook.io/fluid-finance).

Mentions:#FLUID#ETH

Better days are coming. As long as you DCA, you have nothing to worry about. I have been loading up ETH, MATIC, AVAX all year and i continue to do so. Researching into FLUID as well which is a liquidity aggregator.

DCA into the fundamentally solid altcoins and hold. You'll be fine once we're past this bear market. I'm looking forward to the massive profits and the many projects that will finally launch once we are in the bull cycle and a stabilized market. FLUID \[AI-powered, cross-chain liquidity aggregator\] is at the top of my watchlist.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’d very much like that! Hope we are out of the woods! Projects should resume their launch plans if so.. I’ve been waiting on FLD (FLUID, a liquidity aggregator since May - as they didn’t want to launch in a blood bath). But now, that euphoria returned into the market, let’s get back in business, folks!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

We actually need regulation and more security.. only then institutional investors and big players will jump in and will get signs of mass adoption. I got to learn a lot from FLUID’s perspective (a liquidity aggregator - I did a lot of reading of their materials) and actually, only when investments are safeguarded and compliant, we can expect real adoption. Till then, it’s still a bit of a wild west - exchanges suspend withdrawals, folks send you funds from tornadocash and so on…

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Good points stated to be honest. I have seen many projects check out all these features. Competitive advantage is key, since we have projects doing similar thing. Orion aggregates liquidity across CEX & DEX venues, same for FLUID, but the latter is AI-quant driven.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

For FLUID, the bounty links are pinned at the top of the TG group - mostly Twitter tasks and the good news is that you can solve the old ones, as well! Don’t forget to register after, so you can see your place on the leaderboard [here](https://www.fluid.finance/leaderboard/).

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Haha, the time where I got fooled by those stories and decided to "try my luck", which by the way ended up with me getting royally rekt is long over. Now, I'm sticking with solid FA projects that have real teams and utilities. Lately, my focus has been on Cross-chain liquidity aggregators like FLUID. Oracles like LINK, BAND, DIA. Layer 2s like MATIC, OP, and Data-related projects like OCEAN. Can't go wrong with these in my opinion.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I like this list a lot but i'd like to add FLUID as a novel approach to check out. There's clear need for advancements in the DeFi space and we might a solution available.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

As long as you employ the DCA strategy, you will be fine if you bought at any point in time, since that lowers your average entry, even if you fomo bought the top. For me, it's a good time to buy, though there are upcoming launches like FLUID & some other bridges about to release their tokens, delaying their launch for a better market condition.

Mentions:#FLUID
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Interesting list here. I think we should be open to exploring newer projects that are bringing new ideas to the space, like FLUID with its AI-powered, cross-chain liquidity aggregator. Another that has caught my attention and is worth exploring is Aptos, a new L1 chain.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Another way is [Publish0x](https://www.publish0x.com?a=ELe32yKnd6) - just for tipping articles - withdrawals work smoothly. And [Pipeflare](https://pipeflare.io/r/82wj).. And look into [FLUID](https://www.fluid.finance) telegram group - they have bounties for the early community members.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In the future, everything will be tokenized (like it or not). Stocks, gold, and real estate are also being tokenized onto the blockchain, requiring the need for interoperable cross-chain liquidity on exchanges. This is actually what generated FLUID’s project use case - they will provide a frictionless liquidity aggregation for various digital assets. Real estate on the blockchain will be the norm soon..

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