tldr; The SPOT team is working to make it common knowledge within the crypto-verse that SPOT’s design is a significant breakthrough, and considerably better with respect to the point of crypto than all existing approaches. The main issue is fallout from the FUSE pool hacks which left the system under-collateralized. The Ampleforth ecosystem isn’t impacted by any of these events. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
I have some on the Meme/Rug-Chain FUSE after I already lost so much money on Fuse being pumped and dumped (at this time I was quite fresh in crypto and was very hyped about everything new I heard about - my fault that FUSE was neither new nor special). I already regard my stack on FUSE as lost so I just LP'd some ELON with FUSE and now I am waiting for the moonshot or I don't care at all. lol Just to make you guys not think of me as an meme coin idiot: I only bet a few bucks on FUSE initially anyway. It's like nottin'.
Might want to look at Klever (KLV). I can see it doing a 10x this year. Also, Moonpots (POTS) is at a good price and has potential over the next year. You don't need to buy POTS, you can earn it by putting your coins in their vaults. They have stablecoin vaults on BNB and FTM if you're risk averse and don't want to deal with volatile assets. Also, won't hurt to pick up a piece of Beefy (BIFI) and put it to work earning in a Beefy Boost vault to earn a native token on whichever chain you choose (I chose METIS and FUSE). These are some of the things I'm currently doing.
Most of my portfolio consists in BTC/ETH I love Stablecoins! They also cover a quite large part of my portfolio. As a consequence of this last statement, my favourite altcoins are LUNA and CELO. I also invest in ATOM because I believe in the interoperability between chains and I think the Cosmos Hub is th3 best at doing so. A really really really small part of my portfolio consist in a lowcap altcoin that I studied regardless, it's not completely random, but still risky, and by the look of my portfolio you cam see that my risk tollerance is not high as I'm trying to invest safely, with reasoning. This coin is FUSE.
Of course not getting hurt is necessary, which is why DCA is important. Meanwhile, for this moment, I've got zero interest in large caps. I will rather stay safe with mid caps like POLS, FUSE and UTK for the sake of the adoptable solution the platforms provide.
I'm not a fan of those large caps in top 200 but I feel safe with mid cap around top 500 and not the 9th or 10th category. In fact my portfolio is so filled with top 300-500 including POLS, OGN, ORN, UTK, GTC and FUSE.
As much as I lover Ethereum, I am moving away due speed and cost. I moved most of my DEFI activity to FUSE Network (FUSE) which is tiny but picking up steam. It has a mobile first strategy and transaction **incredible** cheap - max fee will never exceed .01 (that's a penny!) and it's damn fast and they executed on their plan last year.
You can get it on gate.io if you want to use an exchange, or you can buy it directly into your metamask with their dex https://app.fuse.io They have built in fiat onramping it's pretty slick IMO. I think there's also wrapped FUSE on BSC and Eth.
I'd recommend investing time into research. Not sure what you're looking for, so here's my recent shopping list. I bought some P2E shitcoins (BCOIN, DCAU) and a small cap L1 (FUSE). All doing well. Also added to my VDR bag, they drop a beta this week. Anyway, DYOR.
What type of project are you looking for? - FUSE - if you'd like to bet on the next big L1, this might be a contender. It's around $170M MC and not listed on major CEXs yet. - VADER - if you'd prefer a DeFi play, this AMM might interest you. - BCOIN - if you don't mind throwing money on P2E shitcoins, this one shows a meteoric rise with the number of wallets surpasing 600k - VDR - if you're a sucker for practical utility, this one offers a monetization platform for streamers, circumventing Twitch's hefty fees. It's sitting at the bottom, waiting for the app to drop.
FOAN is currently hot - FTM, ONE, ATOM, NEAR. I hope you got some ONE before the price discovery. Other than ONE, I'd also pick at least FTM. I agree with LINK and ADA. LINK is hitting into some resistance, but I guess you're filling long-term bags. If Cardano dApps start rolling out, ADA could have a great year. From other L1s, I'd consider LUNA, it seems unstoppable. If you'd be interested in some smaller caps, FUSE could be an option. It's a $200M MC, already with a lot of activity on the network, and a mobile-first approach, similar to CELO.
I'm more focused on the smart contract tokens including ETH, DOT, SOL, ADA, KSM, MATIC, BNB for the high caps while checking on QANX and FUSE for mid cap and my newly discovered L2 token - NII from Nahmii with the Ethereum scaling solution
I'm never a fan of shilling, I prefer to take my time to DYOR than jumping into any shilled shitcoin or memecoin without utility. To be honest, I prefer to go with the well know mid caps with several utilities like POLS, OM, FUSE or even UTK with the crypto payment gateway services
It's not yet on the NFT craze but you can check out GoodDollar ( $G ).Get tokens for free daily or buy more, stake them and get GOOD governance tokens, practically increasing the daily distribution of $G to everyone and becoming a governor in the DAO. They have a marketplace where you could literally post NFTs if you want and sell them for $G and I'm sure in the future they will integrate NFTs more closely in their ideology. This is all happening on FUSE which is a pretty nice low-fee, fast network. It's a new project.I bought some tokens and staked them not for profit but because I support all UBI projects.
FUSE. I don’t know it’s long term execution but it’s picking up volume and has way more utility and action on chain then other L1s with 1B market cap and it has a 30m market cap. It’s also air dropping VOLT to people that use their bridge before the token drops.
I bought FUSE a couple weeks ago- they have a helpful and active telegram community, no buzz on Twitter, EVM compatible smart contract platform, cool app (fuse.cash) It’s a work in progress with potential *shrug* I don’t actively shop anymore though. I’m a hobby investor now.
$FUSE (http://fuse.io)… it’s an EVM compatible side chain, currently around 9 cents each but I believe it could really grow. It’s being used for a lot of real-world projects for community-powered coins as well as a UBI project called GoodDollar.
You can check PLUG from Plugnet - creation of synthetic assets to participate on DeFi protocols. BMI - Crypto insurance platform that protect our assets from hacks like INFI, UNN, HELMET. FWT - utility token from AuBit Freeway that bridges DeFi tech and TradFi that network's the world top investment products. VeChain - big cap but worth the hold as we know they are solving the carbon problem. Other payment solutions like UTK, CELO, FUSE etc
We are still early. I have no doubts that crypto future will be bright. We do need higher level of adoption, that’s why I’m feeling bullish on some DeFi projects that can make it more accessible and safer for everyday use, like FWT, FUSE, ALBT...
he can be right. i keep saying that for quite some time. we need to be patient about that but it's going to happen eventually. cuban is not a prophet when it comes to this subject. there are some projects in defi that are highly undervalued at the moment but can be important in the near future. one thing that comes to my mind is PLUGnet and their approach. they allow customers of centralized asset custodians to go defi with their assets without having to move them from the vault. all you need to do is to mint a synthetic version of it. also i think ALBT deserves more attention, FUSE as well....
FUSE - working product, experienced team, extremely low mcap, 4y vesting EASY - easyfi is first DeFi on Matic(Polygon) - gas on Matic costs like 0.00001$ so it's great alternative to costly ETH DeFi (where gas costs 50-100$) - more and more projects are moving to Matic as we speak.
My main focus is on the usecase of the project I am looking into. I like to see original ideas and valuable and sustainable solutions. Also the team behind it is really important. You wanna make sure that they are competent in what they are doing. DOT, FUSE, XSN, FWT are the ones I bought recently. I think all of them have a great usecase combined with an experienced team.