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STEPN, so GMT and GST have already been doing it. Take a look at the GST chart 😂. I don't know what the tokenomics are for SWEAT but if you are earning tokens presumably that is constant downward pressure on the price as people sell and it's inherently inflationary? By the way I heard about it months ago and steered clear then, so you're not early either. Also these tokens tend to have awful distribution and unlock schedules. You will be nothing but exit liquidity.
My friends unfortunately don't listen to me. Most of them invested in STEPN and now their thousands are worth a couple bucks. When I told them it's a shit project they ignored me , when they lost everything I was like I told you so and they were like you didn't tell us anything. When I tell them that they should invest in more serious projects, they ignore me. They just want fast profits which a newbie hardly may achieve. One of them still invests in shitcoins like GMT and Sweatcoin. I find it really funny how ignorant they are.
Did others notice a big pump on nervos (CKB) yesterday? Went up 40% in a single 30 minute candle! 😲 That was around 18:00 GMT. I have no idea why. I actually have some CKB and was proud to sell off at the exact peak, until I then realized I'd sold the equivalent of about 10 cents since all the rest of it was locked up in lending platforms🤣
It will crash the hardest on September 23rd at +9:02GMT when you are walking your dog, and it’ll recover next year on 12th May at exactly +00:20GMT when you are making breakfast, but the price won’t update until 30 minutes later when you are showering. My crystal ball told me so.
tldr; Binance has announced that the migration of ETH to the PoS network will take place on September 15, 2022. The exchange platform is taking steps to reduce the risks associated with ETH trading. Binance is also suspending ERC-20 token withdrawals on September 6 at 11 am GMT and September 15 at 12 pm. If there is no fork, deposits and withdrawals will be made available as soon as possible. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
A quick tldr : >The platform suspends ERC-20 token withdrawals on September 6 at 11 am GMT and September 15 at 12 pm Binance will take care of all the technical requirements during The Merge If there is no fork, deposits and withdrawals of ERC-20 tokens will be made available as soon as possible. If it has a fork, the new token will be credited to user balances, in proportion to their ETH balance Ethereum and ERC-20 token trading on Binance will still be available during The merge. And this is also the case for other Binance products and services. Binance is also suspending BETH deposits and withdrawals on September 14 at 12:00 GMT and September 16 at the same time. Withdrawals from staked ETH will only be available after the Shanghai upgrade.
We must do the opposite of what this sub says except when it says to do the opposite and on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9AM and 11AM GMT+0. Oh and St Patrick's Day and any other "Day"s. And of course when it's raining and sunny and it's your birthday or the Queen's birthday. Or a Wednesday or the weekend, of course. Simple.
There was a time when I had well over 100 ETH. Bought between 32 and 200 some dollars. The ICO craze hit and I swapped most of my coins for shit like GMT thinking it'd get me rich. Some of the projects did make me decent money,but I would have made a shit load more selling 120+ ETH near ATH lol.
tldr; Cryptocurrencies fell sharply on Friday, with sudden selling dragging bitcoin to a three-week low. Bitcoin fell as much as 7.7% to $21,404 over a few minutes during the European morning, at around 0640 GMT. Ether also dropped around the same time and was last down 8.8% *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
Thanks for the reply. Thats an interesting perspective and will keep an eye of them. Currently i am still looking at GMT and OP. Like MATIC and LINK feel OP is also tied with the market and i am feeling that market will drop this week but we shall wait and see.
Daily General Discussion - August 14, 2022 (GMT+0) by CryptoDaily- in CryptoCurrency [–]bthemonarch 4 points 8 minutes ago Had to put down my dog today, at least eth is up. permalinksavecontextfull comments (317)reportgive award Daily General Discussion - August 14, 2022 (GMT+0) by CryptoDaily- in CryptoCurrency [–]bthemonarch 5 points an hour ago My son just came out as trans, and I'm going to cash out some crypto to help them transition. Atleast I can accumulate while it's cheap. permalinksavecontextfull comments (317)reportgive award Quite the day you had.
Depends on your intended use of investment too for comparisons, e.g if we're talking Altcoin there are plenty slowly establish market share with solid interest, AXS, COTI , GMT all making 15-20% interest while also uptrending, raw value isn't necessarily king if you gain appreciation through more than one avenue on a currency, These small bear intervals are great for long term interest
The GMT discord had bots sending to anyone who entered that Discord they won a pair of virtual shoes for that running shite connected to GMT. Those shoes went for $1000+ when I first got the messages there. You only needed to login to a website that was clearly not part of either GMT or the running shite with your credentials. Luckily, most people that were on there didn't have much more than their initial investment (granted, that was usually still only $1000), pretty sure the scammers made of with several 100K getting people to simply hand them their login data. Took the actual devs of those platforms weeks to start banning these obvious scam accounts too.
tldr; Ampleforth (AMPL) governance token FORTH rose from $3.80 to a high of $12.50 on Binance before pulling back to $8.27 by 13:30 GMT on July 29, 2022. FORTH was airdropped to participants in the Ampleforth ecosystem in April 2021. Its market cap peaked at $272 million the following month. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
Copied from a comment I made on r/bsv earlier this year (subject of the post was reasons to disbelieve Craig when he claims to be Satoshi): \* He cannot digitally sign a message from any early block, not even from any one of the > 100,000 blocks from 2009 or even 2010. \* He cannot access any of the email addresses used by the real Satoshi. \* He never mentioned Bitcoin at all until late 2011, and when he did, he misspelled it. \* His first purchase of bitcoins was via Mt Gox in 2013. \* He is not an adept coder in C++. He struggled to even read from slides on C++ code and badly fumbled even his attempt to just code "Hello World". The real Satoshi was undoubtedly a highly proficient C++ coder. \* Craig cannot write well at all. Satoshi was a good writer. \* Craig cannot spell to save his life. Satoshi could spell. \* Craig has a childish, petulant nature and throws violent, profanity laced temper tantrums, which is something the real Satoshi never did. \* Craig suffers from malignant narcissistic personality disorder and delusions of grandeur. There was no sign that the real Satoshi suffered the same afflictions. \* Craig says Bitcoin is not a cryptocurrency, but the real Satoshi did call it a cryptocurrency on more than one occasion. \* Craig says emphatically that Satoshi "never said" Bitcoin was or should be decentralized, but the real Satoshi said that several times, going further to say decentralization would be key to Bitcoin's survival and growth. \* Craig lived in Australia in 2008-2010 (ie. at the time the real Satoshi released the white paper and in the subsequent years he was posting on the forum). It would be highly unlikely (almost impossible) that the real Satoshi was living in Australia at that time, nor anywhere in east Asia. The only way that would be possible would be if he never posted during work hours or evenings, and made most of his posts between Midnight & 8 am where he lived. While one might do that on some occasions, it is not reasonable to conclude that the person would never post during regular work hours or evenings for 2 years straight. The real Satoshi was most likely living in the UK or North America, or somewhere in that range of time zones GMT to GMT-8.
Why does Binance shill GAL and GMT so hard? It's on the front page under "popular" every day. Yes, every day for the past year or so, everytime I go check the price on Binance I see these two listed shitcoins as the most popular. Even with the low market cap. Should I buy at least some of them? Seems if CZ has a personal interest they might moon eventually (low mcap = big gains). Or explain me why this shit is shilled so hard there. I don't even know what they are. (For Burgers, I'm talking about Binance.com btw. Don't know if it's shilled on Binance.us as well)
Yes been going on for a while, just apply some fib spirals to the GMT chart with the S&P, price of gold, and USD/EUR overlay and you'll see everything clearly. Just remember .3 and .6 repeating have higher importance than the macro economy
can i get a pair of eyes on GMT token aka Gomining...think its a scam but wanted to be sure. "backed by the power of our mining infrastructure. Token holders receive daily rewards from mining to their Bitcoin wallets directly from the mining pool." from their site.
Go to etherscan website, click on more -> gas tracker. If it's lower than 20 go for it. Normally it's the lowest early morning (GMT time), lowest I believe is early morning on Sundays. There's another website with a chart for avg gas price at each time/day of the week. In any case, gas is nowhere near what it used to be. It can go nowadays as low as 6, while a few years ago it would top at near 1000. If the last time you withdrew was a while ago, things have changed dramatically. Now you probably don't even need to bother.
The plain bagel did a good video on this subject here: [Investing won't make you rich](https://youtu.be/H5jPJQ5cVGU) Basically getting rich comes down to a few common things, usually used together: 1. High paying job 2. Saving and investing in stable, safe assets for the most part 3. Inheritance 4. Having a business Typically the most achievable thing for Americans to do is something similar to FIRE (though FIRE is notoriously culty and very strict depending on how into it you get). But basically invest your time into building yourself, save money and practice frugality, and only invest small amounts that you can afford to lose in speculative assets IF AT ALL. I like crypto but I'm not hurting very hard from this bear market because I didn't YOLO 100k into GMT because I thought it'd be the next BTC. I'm glad to see some level headed posts here in the bear market, I always miss that in this subreddit when the bulls are pumping their shit coins and saying the same opinion "not financial advise" over and over to mine reddit moons.
#Binance Coin Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by dexe678 which won 2nd place in the Binance Coin Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > My pro arguments for BNB are that, first of all, it's a must-have in your portfolio if you're using Binance: > > \- BNB vault : where you can stake your BNB for a small APY (0.35% currently), but once a new launchpool starts, you'll start accumulating new token available there. The APY is, since I joined Binance, pretty nice, I would say around 5-10%. With the launchpool, you'll receive those new tokens, and as every crypto, they can boom or get doomed :) . > > \- Launchpad : basically, let you buy new token before they get listed on Binance at a discount price. Last one was Stepn (GMT token), where you could buy the token for around $0.01. When GMT token was listed, price was around 0.15 so if you sold at that time, you already did a 1500% profit. Now sitting at 0.72, +7200%. You need to hold a high amount of BNB to benefit the more of this program, as only a portion of your BNB can be used to purchase those tokens in the launchpad program. So the more BNB you hold, the more return you'll make with this. > > \-Binance Card : Binance offers a Visa card, with cashback up to 8% on every purchase you make with the card. Once again, the more BNB you hold, the more cashback you can get, eg. if you hold 1 BNB, you'll be eligible for 2% cashback, 10 BNB offers 3%. To get 8%, you'll have to hold 600 BNB. The cashback you'll get will be paid in BNB, which you can hold to try to get an higher level of cashback, and have more to participate to the next launchpad/launchpool, or just swap/convert it to your preferred crypto. > > Binance pay : it lets you pay for good and services with your BNB, eg. pay for an hotel or even send money to a friend. > > \-Fees: if you have some BNB in your SPOT account, you can pay for every fees when you make an order with BNB, and save 25% on fees. > > \-dust convert : it let you convert any dust amount of crypto you might have after trading or withdrawing to your preferred wallet to BNB. Fees apply obviously, but at least you can do something with those 2 cents of xxx tokens instead of leaving them on your spot account. Since you pay your trading fees with BNB, those few cents cumulated can maybe be used to pay for the fees of your next order. > > > Now those are pretty cool, but what if you're not using Binance? > > Well, since its launch in 2017, BNB has been on the rise. In about 5 years, it is around 1,000,000% up. The real rise happened last year during the bull market, when on January 1st 2021, its price was sitting around $38 and went up to $686.31 in 2021 may (info from coingecko). Now we know how the market was last year, with a pretty good start of the year, a fall in may-august, then an uptrend until November, and a fall again. Even with all those events, BNB had performed very well, and managed to climb to the 3rd spot of cryptocurrencies by market cap (stable coin excluded). It has been pretty stable and is holding his seat pretty well since then unlike some other top 10 crypto. > > Last be not least, BNB can be used on DEX, Pancake swap being the preferred option there, where you can use your BNB and swap them for any token available there. Swap fees, transfer fees will be paid in BNB as BNB is the native token of the BNB chain. Fees are pretty low though. BNB is supported on a variety of wallet like Ledger, Trezor, Metamask or Trust wallet. With the last one, you have also the possibility to stake your BNB directly from the wallet. > > Thank you for coming to my Ted talk about BNB. Now, I'm gonna copy and send this to Binance and expect them to reward me generously :) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/ru2lxc/top_10_binance_coin_proarguments_january_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_binance_coin=) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.
Note that STEPN has two token you use in their interface - GST, which is rewarded for runs and walks, and GMT, which must be bought on an exchange and transferred to be used for certain purchases, level ups, or other features in the game. It's a bit strange to buyback and burn GMT to me when it's already a closed supply, while GST has plummeted in value and is perpetually inflating.
It’s pretty obvious satoshi is from the UK. His gramatical style and vocabulary is UK and the genesis block has front page of the London times in it. His posting time on bitcoin talk also matches with the waking hours in the GMT time zone. It would be quite an undertaking to fake all that.
BTC already dipping below $19k, and yet my GMT short still has some ways to go to get breakeven. Normally I don't want to be bearish on BTC but it dipping even more from here and dragging alts down harder seems to be my only chance 😂
> People that use the app will still get paid there GST or GMT rewards regardless of whether or not new people are joining. People will begin leave because the "payout" is worth nothing. It's not sustainable because everyone who isn't stupid realizes the payout is only a payout because it's USD value otherwise there would be no point of allowing you to sell it since it's just valuable on it's own.
The easiest way to determine a ponzi, is if it's sustainable without new entrants. Because new users aren't directly(or indirectly) paying older entrants, Stepn is sustainable. People that use the app will still get paid there GST or GMT rewards regardless of whether or not new people are joining.
depends on short or long term investment. Not financial advice but for the long game. SOL, ETH, JASMY, MANA, ADA and WAVES. Short game SHIB, GMT, GALA and SAND. High Risk: Wolverinu The high risk investment may have a turn around sometime in 2023 depending on tradability. I know Wolverinu is developing a game that might spike the price of the coin on release or it will just bomb like every other alt coin. Honestly not a great time to get into obscure alts, might as well play it safe with alts listed on Kraken or Coinbase.
DCA all the way everything is on sale, got my hands on some alts too basically due to markt sentiments and future predictions BAT and GMT are getting attention, SHIB and I honestly dont know why but I bought some lol and finally TXA something about a hybridDex(Definitely for future prediction, seems like a very long term hodl)