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"If it goes to a dollar, we'll be millionaires!" - That's something I've heard from friends who invest in the coins that are still well below a dollar, but I've also heard "If it goes to a penny...!" or even "1/1,000 of a penny!" Here are the current top 10 non-stable coins that are below $1.00 US:
Honestly, marketing is everything. Doge/Shib? No real usecase, but good marketing. Eventually god a usecase by being able to pay with them at different stores in America. This only happened because of good marketing. ALGO/HBAR with a real world usecase, but bad marketing? Shilled by this sub, but still way below what it should be in value.
This is like the inception of many new technology. Think about how many car companies their were in early 1900’s in America there were thousands but only a few survived. This is no different, who will be the few to survive?? Logic would dictate Bitcoin will survive as it is proof of concept on crypto and the first adopted to market, ethereum will survive, and a select few that are backed by large companies with a built in infrastructure like HBAR and injective. Same thing happened I the dot com bubble, if you remember there were thousands of sites like google and eBay and the select dot come mega companies you know. This is normal but I would not invest in anything but the major players until the weeding out of the rest is done. “The crème rises to the surface” as they say now be patient and see it start to rise before you dump your money into failing altcoins.
I have to agree OP, have an upvote. Since we are in a bear market, (I know that nobody likes hearing that) we have the opportunity to buy blue chip cryptos like ICP and HBAR and prices no one has ever seen before. We know these projects have budgets of billions of dollars, VC backing, real world partners and hundreds of devs. Does your meme coin have that? Think twice before putting your funds into a dog coin instead of ICP.
> I hold no coins that were mentioned in this sub You 9 days ago: > Percentages were rounded either up or down but XRP 44% HBAR 29% QNT 14% XLM 10% XDC 5% [https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ul2te4/what_is_your_current_portfolio_allocation/i7ui1y7/?context=3] Also you a few days earlier: > $15k easily, not exact number but rough estimate, entered hbar with $30k at $0.27 [https://np.reddit.com/r/Hedera/comments/uh642t/i_am_down_just_a_little_over_2500_how_bout_you/i784d50/?context=3] WayneGwegowy - why lie?
I recently participated in the hedera hackathon and had the chance to build a DApp on hedera. Truth is, developer tools are still lacking, and it can be difficult for developers to get started working on hedera when compared to other chains. Not a lot of actual DApps on chain either. I believe these things have to change for HBAR to grow
sure; valid points. But wonder why there was an immediate need to ask, or post, when admitting brain fog. It's not like HBAR is about to do an ATH, or the opportunity to get in would be missed. The I'm still sleepy BS is indicative of just no real care, or responsible decision comprehension. (IMO, of course.)
Same as happened with LUNA. Whale investors will be notified ahead of time to pull out all their money and we retailers will be left holding the bags. Even if nothing is algorithmically wrong these whales can always pull out whenever they want leading to price manipulation in the market. Whales can do that in public blockchains like ETH and BTC too - but they will not have the "support" of the devs, the main controlling parties like they exist in LUNA/HBAR/ROSE etc, so they may try with great risk to themselves. This is because there can be multiple opposing whales in ETH or BTC - betting against each other - but in something like LUNA/HBAR/ROSE, no chance of opposition - they will all win, we will lose.
i guess dcaing into ETH/BTC is the obvious solution for the time being, but i can't see anything wrong with putting $100 into some small to midcap every now and then, too. currently holding small bags of QNT, CKB and now HBAR (i know it's hated here) and will probably add a few more. what coins are you currently obsessed with?
tldr; MIOO will become one of the first recipients of the HBAR Foundation's $250 million Metaverse Fund, which supports projects focusing on interactive digital experiences. MIOO will enable luxury fashion brands to track provenance and create sustainable, metaverse-ready garments that can be transposed seamlessly to virtual reality. The Hedera network will enable MIOO to create NFT of the purchased garment in less than a minute while remaining carbon-negative. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
There are a few ledgers doing this work. VET is a bit of a joke IMO. Hedera is doing this and everything else (most efficient/performant ledger conceivable—I suggest diving into the Hedera rabbit hole). $HBAR is the utility token and it can be purchased on a number of exchanges.
some networks will be used as new paypal such as ripple all pow chains will slowly die except btc and monero. btc will be widely adopted and will be new gold smart contracts thus defi will also grow and will be an alternative to current financial system. networks which support distributed data storage like hedera will grow. so buy BTC ETH XRP HBAR rest is bullshit.
My first thought HEX, SOL, HBAR, XRP are the one I would avoid. HEX- obvious scam. SOL cause of the instability of their blockchain, XRP, HBAR cause of the community.. they don’t understand crypto, they are just here for the money, they are mostly new guys who got exposed to a lot of shilling from influencers
I can only tell from my personal experience. No advice at all. I have no Facebook account no Twitter no Instagram no tiktok and I don't watch crypto-related YouTube videos. I read the Reddit subs and check for quality/data-related posts, read scientific-based books like "The Bitcoin Standard" and sometimes podcasts or interviews. Searching for projects on the internet and a not so common thing: reading white papers. That's how I came up with my bearmarket-portfolio, which is at the end not that different from the average portfolio on Reddit, which means I could have saved a lot of time 😂 75% BTC/ETH 25% ALGO, DOT, ATOM, LRC, HBAR Re-balancing from time to time. Buy and be patient.
HBAR is centralized garbage and has existed for years with little community. It's merely the pet project of a bunch of tech organizations that already control web2. Why ppl decided to hold bags of big tech crypto is beyond me.
if it uses Solidity then it's not going to survive IMO. HBAR, despite coming out more recently, decided to use Solidity. It's like a modern application using fortran. How do they even expect to do well in the financial institutions without a language that has an intuitive understanding of tokens? The ones that are actually modern have tokens implemented as finite-state-machines and allow for wallets to tell you before signing a transaction exactly what will come out and go into your account and if it doesnt happen then the transaction reverts. You NEED this kind of security for finance. Why use a system where blind-signing can lose you everything you have? Bored ape twitter got hacked and sent out a link to a malicious smart contract and people signed it without knowing that it would take their NFTs. SAFU made their own burn address that they had access to as their way to scam people but with tokens implemented natively the burn isn't sending to a dead address, it's calling a legitimate burn function understood at the language level. Systems like Radix have accounts as instantiated objects on the chain rather than tied to an address which means you can use a combination of addresses or any other system you come up with in order to have account recovery be an option, enables putting self-imposed limits such as making it so you need to use a secondary wallet to sign off in addition to your main one to spend more than a certain amount per day. As soon as I saw OP mention ETH I knew that he has no idea about crypto tech, then he followed it up with HBAR which suffers all the same problems and he's just shilling it
I remember there was a time when I was very bullish on HBAR, and in fact last year a lot of coins were pumping every time the Hedera Foundation posted a tweet about that coin joining their ecosystem. Since then it has been on a gradual, continuous decline and I barely ever hear anyone talking about HBAR anymore.
SOL, LUNA, AVAX, ROSE, HBAR, these are all VC backed shit shows. Whoever is putting their money into such shitcoins are simply transferring their property to VCs. Just shut up and buy ETH and HODL it. It'll do you good. If you get greedy and want to get rich too soon and invest in shitcoins like the above ones, you'll be in a world of pain and suffering.
Quant - the TCP-IP of crypto. Hedera Hashgraph HBAR - the g speed internet of crypto using fiber optical wires. XRP - the one stop bridge for global remittance payments that settles tens of millions of dollars in one transaction in 3 -5 seconds for fractions of a penny. XLM - the peer 2 peer front end of money transfers XDC - the base net program built to run the entire trade finance market, think the stock market running on the fastest windows 2022 software available eliminating the need for shady brokers Constellation DAG - the killer app for data transfer that just gets faster and more secure the greater the congestion on the network.
They are a supply chain software for most of the largest companies in the world. Billions of individual parts made in millions of different companies. The software will track it. It will also tracks the carbon foot print for each part made at each location. This will produce a real registry that is immutable of what size of carbon foot print any product really has. This is all built on HEDERA and you pay for the use with HBAR. How exposed to Hedera each company on the supply chain is I could not say. But they will be tokenizing everything. This is the real use of crypto at the enterprise level. Likely along with an important mile stone for Hedera this will also be the biggest marketing for the real use of crypto since the Bitcoin White Paper and the beginning of a shift from small market fraudulent shit coins to large market real usage. Get ready for the flat world gang to stand up on their hind legs and deny all of this.
Well, yeah. I’m here to make money. Buying alts during retail mania phases is a great way to grab gains and convert it back to my BTC and ETH stack - which is essentially what is occurring in the market right now. Watch that BTC dominance rise up and watch alts (and HBAR) bleed out. Act accordingly
1) Too centralized 2) really not the time to invest in any alts 3) I’ll revisit HBAR a few weeks/months from now after it’s bled out an additional 40-80% (just like the vast majority of alts will. 4) BTC and/or stables is the way to go for the foreseeable future. You can always convert your BTC for HBAR during the next mania phase when HBAR actually has a chance in outperforming BTC
Who knew Luna was so fragile? My portfolio looks like dogshit at the moment, but I did my research and I'm not that worried about the longterm. Who thinks these are shitcoins (mostly ISO20022)?: XRP, XLM, HBAR, XDC, ALGO, QNT, LCX
The Alts I have and not selling are (but not buying more of) : ADA, ALGO, HBAR, and XLM Utilities tokens I'm holding forever : VGX and CRO What I'm buying tons of other than BTC right now? : Thorchain RUNE