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Shortly Before Halting Withdrawals: $320M Worth of Crypto were transferred to FTX

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FTX Price Analysis: Channel Breakout May Bring 20% Relief Rally In FTT

Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, FTT, XTZ, KCS, HNT

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The recent market crash was another proof on the importance of treasury diversification for projects

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Searching advice for portfolio.

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Is https://mainnetweb-interface. org/ a scam?

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, NEAR, FTT, ETC, XMR

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, NEAR, FTT, ETC, XMR

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Everyone is sleeping on Trustswap (SWAP)

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Crypto to Keep an Eye on This Week: BTC, ETH, MATIC, CAKE, FTT

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Who is going to be the next BNB? CRO or FTT?

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Don’t ignore the importance of diversifying your crypto treasury

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Who else isn’t surprised that BitDAO replaced Uniswap already as the largest cryptocurrency treasury?

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, XRP, CRO, FTT, THETA

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Publicly traded tokens and private fund raising rounds...

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Buy BNB , CRO and FTT

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🎉🎉🎉 Special MoonXBT New Trading Pairs Launch Event 🎉🎉🎉 Share in 30,000 USDT by Trading The New Pairs!

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By the end of 2021, DAOs were labeled to be ‘the next big thing’ in the cryptocurrency scene, and rightfully so. We might be about to see the rise of a new trend in this market, but that surely isn’t as simple as it sounds to be.

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, NEAR, ATOM, FTM, FTT

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Large Ethereum Whale Splurges Over $100,000,000 on FTX Token (FTT), Polygon (MATIC) and Three Other Crypto Assets

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Large Ethereum Whale Splurges Over $100,000,000 on FTX Token (FTT), Polygon (MATIC) and Three Other Crypto Assets - The Daily Hodl

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FTT and Alameda Research are trading against their customers and liquidating them

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If FTX.US wins the Derivate-Game, what happens to FTT?

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Top 3 centralized exchange tokens to buy on December 7th: HT, OKB and FTT

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Why I am bullish on SUNDAE, but not too much

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only in 7 days from 08/06 for the first time stETH lost peg to 0.97 to 14/06 Celsius announced to stop depositing and withdrawing assets, during this period Alameda has continuously swapped about $88m from stETH -> ETH and transferred a huge amount of stablecoins to the FTX exchange \~1b Stablecoins include: 560m USDC, 235m USDT, 120m BUSD, Alameda also transferred a large amount of other tokens such as: AXS, LINK, FTM, FTT total value up to \~300m. So the question is: In less than 7 days and the market is very unstable, Alameda transferred a large number of assets to FTX for what?

Totally agree with you on all those points. That being said I’m almost thinking of picking up a small bag of FTT in this bear market just on the chance that this shit goes nuts next bull.

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I swapped mine for FTT, (FTX's token). Seems like a better exchange play. Swapped it after CRO started pissing around with their rewards.

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FTT/BTC chart is beautiful.

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Alts are holding up extremely well - usually when this happens they follow through and catch back up with bitcoin over the next couple days - time will tell but it’s interesting to observe. Solana seems to have infinite bid along with FTT and BNB

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Well damn, FTT > CRO in marketcap

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Agreed. I’ve got this, FTT, CDC (but I’ve stopped using them), Coinbase (not a fan). Swyftx is actually pretty good. I hope they weather this storm.

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Tried saying bye severally but couldn't resist the dip invitation. Maybe would stop using all the spare funds on ETH, BTC, FTT, XRP, OGN, FTM, CRO, SOL and a host of others. Lol 😆😆😆😆

Every month and will be adjusting DCA. Up until now it's just been BTC, FTT, BNB and CRO every month but I'll be adding ADA and ETH to that list. Potentially MATIC, too.

I would invest same in BTC, ETH, BNB, ADA, OGN, FTT, XRP and many others, if I have such money!

ETH, SOL, BNB, FTT. Others could survive but I think these have the highest chance.

I would say BTC & ETH definitely have real world usage. Other than that, I’d say everything else is speculation. Oh and BNB and FTT have a use case too.

**TL;DR** The controversial events surrounding Celsius Network continue to unfold as the team unstaked hundreds of millions of dollars in crypto from Aave and transferred them to FTX. The transactions began during the weekend, with the first batch seeing 3,500 Wrapped BTC (worth $89 million at the time) and 50,000 ETH. The amount continued to increase in the following hours. On-chain data shows that Celsius has sent over 100,000 ETH to FTX in the past few days, as well as 9,500 WBTC. However, the staking and lending platform has also transferred other tokens, including FTT, MATIC, UNI, USDP, and TUSD, to the exchange. Overall, the total amount sent now is around $320 million.

I'd add ETH, ALBT and BNB to that list over HNT and FTT. Because ETH is now in the overbought zone and will soon witness a reversal. Then BNB is planning to bring GameFi's on its platform while allianceblock just launched a DEX suitably designed for this bear market since it has IL reduction feature. We will see price movements in these three this week.

I'm gonna keep buying Bitcoin, ETH, ADA, BNB, FTT, CRO. Massively weighted towards BTC. I'm buying a new PC next week so I'm looking to set my old PC up as a miner although I think I'll struggle because it's massively outdated(i5 2500k, Radeon HD 7950 from 2013 or so?) I'll keep an eye on NFT's and I may take the opportunity to get involved with Axie Infinity.

Wow, FTT just entered the top 20

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For altcoins long term ETH, SOL (big funding), BNB and maybe FTT. Those are my 4 safest bets into the next cycle and ones I believe will make it. ETH great spot to DCA here, right on prev ATH support, and if we go below it an even better opportunity. Just set buys in for each coin every 2 weeks or so, you’ll be fine.

I’m confident that BitDAO is one if the most diverse and liquid DAO treasuries in the market right now, holding BIT, ETH, FTT, USDC, USDT, xSUSHI, and wETH

I dunno, exchange based tokens have held up better than ETH. BNB FTT and KCS have all held up better. I don't mind drawdown on whatever I end up buying but it sure as hell won't be eth lol.

FTT flipped MATIC, oh dear!

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tldr; The spot Bitcoin trading volume on FTX has surpassed $30 billion per day for the first time in a single month. FTX is now the second-largest centralized exchange by trading volume, overtaking Binance. Notably, the FTX token, FTT, is in fourth place among centralized exchange tokens. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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It’s called FTT

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FTT is what you're looking for.

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BNB at least fills a purpose and has a lot of use cases and ecossystem built around. This sub is hypocritical, shilling CRO and FTT and always calling out a better built coin.

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I sold this turd out when they mucked around with rewards basically overnight a month ago (I remember as it took a month to unbond). Put half in FTT and BNB. Better CEX plays IMO than a badly managed company/coin.

FTX is fantastic, significantly lower fees than the likes of coinbase, kraken, Crypto.com, Gemini, ect. Free withdrawals for all coins except ERC20, which you can get free withdrawals for if you stake FTT tokens. 8% interest on all assets whilst they’re held on the platform. What more could you ask for?

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alright boys, i've been scouring twitter for the crypto gems, that people who don't want to play it safe are going for. and these are what I've found. please give your thoughts (DIAMOND HANDS ONLY, NO PAPER HANDS): FTT, ROSE, AKT, QUARTZ, QANX, KDA

CZ >>>SBF His Bnb works unlike FTT coin or Sol coin. SBF tokenomics only favors institutions. Sol, Ray, Gmt, oxy, Srm and so on.

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BNB or you may check out FTT.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Curious what are you exchanging into Euro if you're already in Europe? British pounds? I've always just found FTX easy, and also free/cheap. Good liquidity and fills, and actual humans that will handle KYC they setup my company structure in a couple of days. You CAN trade for free if you stake their shitcoin ie 25xFTT about $750 staked gives free maker orders (limit order on the book instead of hitting someone elses order ie market). Though if you don't want their shitcoin, the trades are extremely cheap anyway - 0.02%. Buying $1000 of BTC is only $20 of commission. BTC withdraws are then free maximum once per day, or free multiple times per day as long as it's more than 0.01 btc ($300). Deposits are free normally, but I'm in Australia so I'm not sure of your banking system. Deposits & withdraws: [https://help.ftx.com/hc/en-us/articles/360034865571-Blockchain-Deposits-and-Withdrawals#:\~:text=There%20are%20no%20fees%20on,unless%20they%20have%20FTT%20staked](https://help.ftx.com/hc/en-us/articles/360034865571-Blockchain-Deposits-and-Withdrawals#:~:text=There%20are%20no%20fees%20on,unless%20they%20have%20FTT%20staked). Fiat: [https://help.ftx.com/hc/en-us/articles/360042050452-Depositing-Withdrawing-Fiat-](https://help.ftx.com/hc/en-us/articles/360042050452-Depositing-Withdrawing-Fiat-) Trading fees [https://help.ftx.com/hc/en-us/articles/360024479432-Fees](https://help.ftx.com/hc/en-us/articles/360024479432-Fees) I don't work for them and I don't do affiliate links. Just something to dislike with every other exchange once I started using these guys.

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I think traditional equites and crypto are going to get a lot worse this year. As someone who has been through 2014 and 2018, I am sticking with cash until minimum Q4. To be more specific, when the media stops covering crypto 24/7 and google analytics shows a low in crypto-related search activity, that is my signal to buy. When it comes time to buy, I am looking for coins/tokens that have staying power rather than 100x moonshots. Besides BTC / ETH, I would love to load up on CRV, UNI, and AAVE since they are DeFi foundations. BNB and FTT are on the list too. I am in this for the next generation, no plans to ever sell. Sometimes a boring office job that pays the bills and leaves extra to invest in crypto is the way to go.

not really, but this should teach other projects about the importance of diversifying their treasury, take BitDAO as an example, since its holding BIT, ETH, SUSHI, USDC, USDT, and FTT in its treasury

Wow and I thought me staking FTT at 50$ and watching it drop to 30$ was bad.

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on FTX you can reduce your fees by staking FTT. I'd guess that "commission free" means "if you get to the highest staking tier"

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LINK and The Graph are crucial to the whole ecosystem as well. Chainlink also thrived in the last bear too. Keep that in mind. Can't see CRO surviving actually. I think they have lost trust with a lot of folks. FTT (FTX token) will be OK though when it comes to Exchanges.

Let take this step by step so that you can better understand 1) Tether holds FTT and some asset that are linked to the valuation of FTX. This can be shares or commercial paper. They also hold BTC. These assets are the base for the valuation of USDT. As on paper Tether can liquidate them for USD for redemptions 2) Alameda comes to Tether and gets a $2 billion loan. Tether is like sure but you pay on intrest at a 3-5% rate in USD to Deltec 3) Tether based in their current valued assets held can only give Alameda $500 million. Which they do 4) Alameda takes that $500 million USDT and goes and deposits this in thier FTX trading account. Then start buying FTT, BTC and any other crypto they want to pump 5) This increase on the value of FTT, BTC and other assets. Including the injection of $500 million in liquidity increases the book value of FTX 6) Tether by holding FTX related assets also has increased book value. They print USDT $1,5 billion to cover this imbalance in assets held and USDT in circulation 7) They give this minted USDT to Alameda. Who ho back to FTX and repeat the process 8) Alameda after buying up and also injecting liquidity which pumped up the price of the crypto assets they wanted. Begin to sell them off. Even if 10% of the crypto sales are in actual fiat. They make $200 million in USD plus get USDT back to pay the loan. They pay back Tether the $2 billion USDT. With $60 million USD for interest. So they net $140 million profit in USD Note: FTX also gets revenue from people trading in fiat to buy USDT to trade and the crypto Alameda is off loading

A reply to another comment "We have to be very careful here Alameda may own FTX but they arn't FTX. Or more obvious Cumberland may be Binance's main Marker maker but they arn't Binance Similar Tether can hold FTT on thier Balance sheet and some FTX shares but when they give Alameda a loan it's not to FTX. Alameda can then transfer these funds to FTX to use but its recorded as client funds incoming not as a FTX loan In the subtext we know what's going on. But legally Alameda geting a loan from Tether in USDT that is backed by FTT and FTX shares isn't the same as FTX geting it" Additionally: You could have contagion. Tether holds company (A) commercial paper. While company (A) has no revenue and it's only asset on the books are crypto and Company (B) shares

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We have to be very careful here Alameda may own FTX but they arn't FTX. Or more obvious Cumberland may be Binances main Marker maker but they arn't Binance Similar Tether can hold FTT on thier Balance sheet and some FTX shares but when they give Alameda a loan it's not to FTX. Alameda can then transfer these funds to FTX to use but its recorded as client funds incoming not as a FTX loan In the subtext we know what's going on. But legally Alameda geting a loan from Tether in USDT that is backed by FTT and FTX shares isn't the same as FTX geting it

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I have 70% divided among btc eth sol AVAX 20% mana sand 10% FTT

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Big Daddy deserves our love and support. Only coins that held up during this dip: BTC, ETH, CRO, FTT, BNB. Everything else dropped like CRAZY.

Binance is removing the FTT USDT pair from futures trading. They can do that? To protect FTX from getting rekt?

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FTT. FTX maybe not over take Binance, but ain't going anywhere.

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FTT holding up nicely....almost in top 20 at this point. Rest of my port is dead though.

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I’d look at any exchange coins with actual utility. BNB, FTT, CRO and VGX just to name a few. A lot of these have real benefits to the user owning it unlike a lot of other utility tokens that claim to do so.

Safest option would be to hold productive land Cash to buy productive land second Third ownership of shares in a company that utilizes productive land But since we're on a crypto subreddit I assume you either like gambling, financial markets, financial technology or want to get rich quick with little effort The risky thing to do would be to go on a solvent exchange outside the system. E.g Kraken or Coinbase. Short USDT and buy BTC as the price falls through the floor; all in actual $ or € BTC because it's got actual institutional and governmental support compared to stuff like ADA, ETH, BSC, FTT etc... BTC wont go to $0 and what little liquidity in the market in an actual crash will flee to BTC as the most liquid asset So CEXs involved in this horse shit (FTX, Binance) go down while fiat based CEXs such as Kraken get a huge inflow of BTC with people looking to exit for actual $ or € You short the Stablecoin as if it goes to $0 you get all the money you spent on BTC buy in. So you essentially get BTC for free. The BTC buy in is where all the risk is as a stable coin won't pump past $1 to liquidated you. Kraken has 3x leverage so USDT wokld need to be ~$1.30 to get you. BTC on the other hand can crash and take years to recover .Who knows how long it would take Over all this would be a 1 in a lifetime chance and maybe 1 in a billion chance you get in at the right time and can start buying and shorting at the right time

I am waiting for it to unstake and then buy some FTT

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Depends are you looking for exchange fees? Staking returns? Beta from BTC/ETH? Honestly CRO still does these well, I would say that if I had a time machine I would consider FTX or Binance(FTT and BNB) instead.

Honestly I feel so dumb for getting into CRO instead of BNB, LEO or FTT The staking, Blockchain and card rewards were just pure bait and I bit into it damn it

They have a token, FTT

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They could just mirror what Binance is doing with BNB or FTX does with FTT (reduced fees, increased referral bonuses for holders, OTC rebeates, etc). I don't really care either way, never was too interested in a crypto cashback card. But long term I don't think CRO will die. They've done a pretty decent job marketing and if CDC does well I'm sure they'll find better usecases for CRO to make it more appealing

CEX coins maybe? Like BNB, FTT, and so on.

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Wether you like BNB or not you have to admit it seems to hold up well behind ETH and BTC. Also it has a clear usecase and is unlikely to vanish because of how big binance is. Most of the smartchain is filled with scams though and as far as I know there aren't that much innovative projects on it. Their stablecoin however is very safe thanks to their size (it's highly unlikely that it's not backed). I think CEX coins will grow pretty big as adoption grows. It's increasingly likely that the new people wouldn't want to be responsible for keeping their funds safe since tech illiterate people will join late. Since these coins offer certain perks on the platforms itself they'll be attractive to them. Excluding stablecoins I'm expecting we would see atleast 3 CEX coins inside the top 10. I'd say BNB, CRO and FTT would be the prime candidates for now. Keep a close eye on kucoins KCS as it can grow much larger fast with kucoin rising in popularity. KCS holders earn a part portion of the revenue making this an interesting investment for institutions too since it generates income. FTT does the same thing too. CEX coins of mediocre exchanges seem most of the time useless though and they're just being used to raise easy money.

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If you’re look for something besides BTC & ETH, I would recommend LUNA first. Then research AVAX, ALGO, FTM, NEAR, SCRT, CRO, & FTT and forgive what you like from there.

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tldr; Shiba Inu (SHIB) has surpassed ETH layer-2 scaling solution Polygon (MATIC) as the top traded crypto asset among the top 500 ETH whales. The top 5,000 ETH wallets collectively hold $1.46 billion worth of SHIB tokens. FTX Token (FTT) remains a popular asset among ETH whales to the tune of $332 million. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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What did I miss? What happened to FTT?

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He is risen....and I don't just mean Jesus. Looking at you FTT.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Or preferably avoid coinbase entirely and use a much cheaper service like FTX. FTX fees are, 0.02% maker and 0.07% taker.You can reduce this even further using a sign up referral or by staking FTT tokens.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

FTX is much cheaper than that even, 0.02% maker and 0.07% taker fees. You can reduce this even further using a sign up referral or by staking FTT tokens.

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Lack of new liquidity into markets for the foreseeable future and an explosion of new coins etc in the last 18 months. Not been on here at all for months, but seeing lots of 'stake and chill' comments. Not bad per se, just be very very sure which coins you are holding and be brutally honest with yourself. Even if crypto doesn't go through an extended bear market, 90% of coins, even 'good' ones, will simply go through an ever ending series of lower highs and decreasing liquidity. Recent example charts, even during a bull run would be a lot of DeFi which were 'good' projects, and even in the correct market conditions just never failed to get close to highs (generally). My view; right now you should only really be planning to hold infrastructure coins for the long term as the bulk of your portfolio - what are these? Obvs btc, eth, then layer 1s which other projects build on top of, link, FTT/BNB exchange tokens (even though price action has been terrible etc). Expectations of old narratives returning is gambling quite a lot, and even if they do, it will likely return only for the top tier of that sector and then new coins. Whatever anyone tells you - 90% of crypto is speculation and narrative driven, not adoption driven. If you doubt this, ask yourself what market caps of these coins should be based purely on current demand for their actual products... if your answer isn't a lot less, you're not being real. This isn't an issue, market is still moving into adoption and so on... the reality however is that 'adoption' is actually the opposite of a big explosion in prices. It is where everyone shows their hand...what they've built, who is using it. Most hands will fall short. I don't believe we see a crypto wide bear market similar to 2018 (it was driven by factors that don't exist now - basically money left the market as literally nothing had been built and everyone was being scammed by ICOs, and liquidity came back as these projects began progressing culminating in DeFi summer...and so on). However 90% of coins will go through a bear market like that, and simply never recover. Disclaimer; a recession (extended) similar to 2008, will likely discredit this and could obviously obliterate the market, but all else being equal this is... Final thing, now is the time to pay attention to unlocks and vesting periods, inflation etc. Lots of projects had 12-24 month lock ups on team and investor tokens, increasing supply etc. These are going to be brutal over the next year or so and even if they don't increase sell pressure (they will), there simply won't be the demand to maintain prices - as again we aren't seeing new capital join the space yet (and the amount required to move markets grows more and more). Be vigilant, not complacent, protect your capital - fear of holding cash compared to some random dApp coin is not the right state of mind to be in (exception here being btc, eth and likely some major blue chips). Hope everyone is well, I know I've barely been around since last year. Can't believe it was 12 months ago I was begging everyone to buy luna at $4 after the crash and writing those long as hell threads/comments on it at $0.5 breaking down why it was a great investment. Didn't think I'd be right haha. Love and peace

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I'm not in the US, but blindly ignoring the differences: FTX is what I tend to use for trading. It is incredibly cheap to get 0 maker fees (you need to stake 25FTT, which is around $1200 or so), plus free withdrawals even on ETH. They're also less tied to USDT than certain other exchanges, and once you figure out how to use it the quant zone is incredibly useful. You can to some extent just write your own bot. The biggest issue I have with them from a trading perspective is generally them just not listing certain tokens. Kraken is probably the exchange I trust most, and if a coin isn't on FTX, I'll usually try and get it there. You indicated it doesn't work for you so moving on. CDC has a lot of nice bells and whistles, but if you're going for high numbers of quick trades, that's just not what they're good at. The exchange is better than the app, but they're still not the best place to trade. Binance is... Uh... Binance. No. I *think* that's all the really big exchanges? Which means I'm probably forgetting at least one.

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Why are you so bullish on FTT? They need a 10X to get to BNB. Will their gaming division utilise the FTT token?

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there is no one fits all strategy, it all depends on what you're trading, what market you're playing and on whether your convictions check out as time passes. # Shitcoins When you hold some coin just because it's market cap is low and plan to sell after a 2-3x. I put money I'm willing to lose, set a tp and forget about it until it pumps. If it pumps then more often than not I lower my tp when the wider market (btc/eth) starts showing signs of weakness, lower tp or straight out market sell. (DOGE, SHIBA, SHIT index) # Conviction Plays With conviction coins I hold & DCA, these are coins whose fundamentals I like. Fundamentals doesn't necessarily mean tech though, it has to do more with the wider market. For example I held sushi through the entire dump in September-October 2020 and kept buying because I knew Alameda was in and "food coin" narrative was emerging. In these cases I never sell until I see a major bull cycle, which means narrative builds up and penetrates mainstream. (SUSHI, FTT, SOL) # Fundamental Plays These are coins whose tech I like, nobody talks about, I buy and follow updates closely to see how team does. Sounds like a calculated bet but since 2017 fundamental plays go wrong more often than not because I think we tend to misread fundamentals when we are invested in a coin. (BCH, EOS, BSV, ATLAS, EMB) I've made most money with shitcoins and conviction plays, fundamentals have often been painfully long holds. Often though you realize a coin you considered a fundamental play is a shitcoin so you start treating it as such. For me this was BCH/BSV, got all caught up in the big block narrative then switched to shitcoin mode and exited both in shitcoin mode (sell the first pump). Same for EMB & ATLAS. I consider them all shitcoins now. If I look back I'd say conviction plays have been the best bets for me. Understandable if you think that Conviction plays depend a lot on carefully listening to the market, capturing a signal and acting on it.

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I know I'm 7 days late here but I did a search on APE to get reasons on sentiment. Couldn't be opposite perspective also holds some weight? That is all the people who could not afford to be in this elite club that has been extremely successful can now get some exposure themselves. I can't afford an ape nft to get the awesome air drops and exclusive invites and early access to projects etc....but I can afford ape coin and get exposure to the ongoing success of this movement. Always a flip side perspective. I dislike doge Shiba etc but I aped in hard and my DCA now is $11.98. I'm up over $300 but watching carefully. BTC open interest is high that worries me. For perspective I hold FTT, KDA, VRA, GALA, XRP. My moonbag portfolio is alturanft (ALU) and polker (PKR) My highest ape buy was $13.36 my lowest $9.51 My gut says this coin will 3 to 5x. My gut told me to buy waves a few weeks ago at $8 and I didn't. I promised myself I'd listen to my gut. So far APE is looking solid. No rug happening. Godspeed

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Nice post OP. Especially in regards to the backing. A backing with zero diversity is always a red flag. This is why I never like Uniswap which has 99% of its treasury in $UNI and preferred things like bitdao wich has ETH, USDC, USDT and FTT. Makes the project fair better in a bear market as well

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Exchange coins have the most bullish charts. FTT kcs gate.io etc. BNB ship sailed but these other 3 are bullish compared to rest. Bc they have utility ppl have real need for them. I'm going big on ftt kcs and I have no access to gate :(

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The utility tokens like FTT n CEL should benefit from the exodus of users from crypto.com and BlockFi

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stack those FTT's bois

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tldr; FTX Token (FTT) has surpassed Shiba Inu (SHIB) as the second most held cryptocurrency after Ether (ETH) by the top-1,000 Ethereum wallet addresses. FTT rose to an all-time high of $85.02 in September 2021 on the back of the surging crypto market at the time and has seen an average of $50 million in daily trading volume in 2022. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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tldr; Trader Jason Pizzino has named Terra (LUNA), Cosmos (ATOM), Near (NEAR) and FTT (FTX) as his top altcoin picks for March. Terra looks strong after rallying from a low of $43 to nearly $100 in a little over a month. ATOM is attempting to close back above the 50% Fibonacci level. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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‘There are no fees on deposits and withdrawals, except for ETH, ERC-20 tokens, or small BTC withdrawals. FTX users will pay the blockchain fees for all ETH, ERC20 tokens unless they have FTT staked.’ [Source](https://help.ftx.com/hc/en-us/articles/360034865571-Blockchain-Deposits-and-Withdrawals)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ERC-20 withdrawals are not free. You need 25 FTT staking to get 1 free ERC withdrawal per day. Their 8% interest is pretty good but if you have more than $10.000 you can use additional platforms!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This will be my 2nd year using their card, and a large chunk of their other services. I think its going to knock it out of the park this year, unless FTT does something AMAZING.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FTT... fast track to usa regulatory approval.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sorry OP but you’re wrong on this, they can make one free withdrawal per week. Have a look at the link below to see the fees applicable for fiat withdrawals from FTX. The main line is like to draw your attention to is this one. > One withdrawal under $5000 in value per week is free. If you stake at least 25 FTT then an additional withdrawal will also be free. https://help.ftx.com/hc/en-us/articles/360043023772-Depositing-Withdrawing-Fiat-

Mentions:#FTX#FTT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

OP also holds more than $40,000 of FTT at an average of under $15. But nice try to make this about me and not the issue at hand.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

You can get loands through USDH, it supports SOT, mSOL, ETH, BTC, FTT, RAY, and SRM and the interest rates are waved and have no maximum loan duration if the loan to value duration remains above 90.9%.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FTT will survive

Mentions:#FTT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

After 7 years, I have whittled down (aka consolidated) my coins to the final 4: ETH, XRP, FTT, and LINK. Got rid of BTC back in May...VET back in August.....LTC back in 2018....Who will survive?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I share the same thought with you, Extreme loss or Extreme gains are what is usually celebrated. However, over time I try to ignore the market sentiments and focus on Strong Low caps with amazing FA. i.e FTT, ALGO, ELROND POP

Mentions:#FTT#ALGO#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Interesting research. I feel there should be a calculator for this so that anyone could do same for their favorite gems eg for RUNE, FTT, OGN et al too which are not in the tops 104

Mentions:#RUNE#FTT#OGN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FTT is their token

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What strength are you seeing in the market? It’s usually a good idea to keep track of coins that don’t get absolutely destroyed on the BTC pairing during a downtrend. Personally I’ve noticed LUNA & FTT holding up weirdly well.

Mentions:#BTC#LUNA#FTT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Like you said, ONE, LUNA, AVAX seem great. You had me until CRO and the ones below. CRO is the same as a $COIN play, but who doesn’t have the usage. At least something like FTT has a bit of innovation. Also — don’t forget SOL - it’s got sugar and can double and still be well below ATH. No brained to me.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Its shit like this that makes me fearful of investing into projects with no back up. Most of my projects are backed. Got heavy bag in BitDAO considering they’re backed by a $2.3 billion treasury of $USDC, $USDT, $ETH and $FTT among many other coins

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

CRO > FTT Cro is indeed more global, I´m from Belgium and even here we have the Cro commercials in the movie theater..

Mentions:#CRO#FTT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just like eTrade, WeBull, Charles Schwab, and many others, there will be a BNB, Coinbase, CRO, & FTT. I think VGX will join this group as well.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am invested both in FTT & CRO I am also invested in WRX (It's a native token of India's largest crypto Exchange)

Mentions:#FTT#CRO#WRX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FTT is not on anyone's radar outside of North America. Crypto.com is everywhere. 100% CRO to the Mars

Mentions:#FTT#CRO#Mars
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I saw an FTX commercial too, wasn't too impressive, was hoping for a pump of FTT that didn't come.

Mentions:#FTX#FTT
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Yeah I can see some value in this *but* SNL is Saturday Night Live. FTX is an exchange (FTT is their token). I think it's likely that a decent number of these 'ticker mentions' are not in fact ticker mentions but regular old abbreviations.

Mentions:#SNL#FTX#FTT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So you like FTT?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That is the best part. Investing heavily in FTT

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thing with BNB is Binance is literally the world's largest exchange whereas CRO and FTT are nowhere near them which is a pretty big factor itself.

Mentions:#BNB#CRO#FTT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

FTT and CRO are both okay prices right now. Even without Super Bowl boost they should be safe enough long holds.

Mentions:#FTT#CRO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Atom's ecosystem is starting to get recognised. I think this could take off. Luna's tokenenomics are hard to beat as well still. Lastly QANX could be interesting. For CEX's certainly CRO and FTT should be getting closer to BNB's market cap. Safe bets even if a bear hits IMO.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Begginer here! I opened an FTX account, deposited $ only to learn I cannot buy FTT! 😡 I guess I’ll buy CRO instead.

Mentions:#FTX#FTT#CRO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

to add an out-of-USA opinion: coinbase pro isn't competitive compared to all the exchanges availble to me in Europe. It's my preferred fiat on-ramp since Binance closed the SEPA bank transfers. It lets me trade EUR/USD and the USD can be withdrawn in form of different stablecoins (can also be used to change between them without having to trade). For staking/locking 25 FTT i get 1 free withdrawal on Ethereum daily, other withdrawals are free regardless. If I want some special crypto not on FTX, I can easily transfer over to Binance or Kucoin.

Mentions:#SEPA#FTT#FTX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's compulsory for any serious investor to read the litepaper or whitepaper as the case.mau be. I read for SOL, OGN, FTT, RUNE and the other few I have ever held. It's one of my DMOR necessity

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Here's a somewhat **unique** one I haven't seen asked: What about holding tokens that aren't officially offered on U.S. approved KYC exchanges? Take FTT token for example. A centralized exchange token for the FTX exchange. This token is not purchasable on FTX.US. Only available to their non U.S. customers on the International version of the exchange. But one could obtain it by creating an account on a non KYC exchange (for example Kucoin) and holding it. What happens if you go to sell those FTT tokens to BTC/TUSD/ETH later so that you could cash out on the investment on that token back to USD? Would you be in danger for holding an appreciating asset that ''wasn't supposed to be'' available to you as a U.S. resident? Or would you be fine so long as you reported the transactions accurately and paid the tax on the gains?