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Telefónica, one of earths largest Telecom's launch on HNT network

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

DePIN narrative is heating up and DePIN projects started being heavily utilized. Builders are back and development activity in crypto space is skyrocketing. What projects do you see succeeding in this multi billion dollar niche, potentially tackling key issue of DeFi?

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DePIN narrative is heating up and DePIN projects started being heavily utilized. Builders are back and development activity in crypto space is skyrocketing. What projects do you see succeeding in this multi billion dollar niche, potentially tackling key issue of DeFi? Pocket, RNDR & HNT are great.

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Helium (HNT)

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What is going on with HNT Mobile?

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waiting for a dip that’s not happening

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Exploring DePIN - one of the most important blockchain niches requiring decentralization

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Coins/Tokens that I’ve doubled, or more, my funds on within my Portfolio this year

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New to crypto, loving Solana so far, but don't want to go all in in one coin.

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Altcoins Outperform Bitcoin in November as Crypto Rally Broadens

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Exploring the Diverse Narratives of Web3: Unlocking the Future of Decentralization!

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Remember the supply shortage at CalChip?

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Solana (SOL)-Based Crypto Project Helium (HNT) Launches Mobile Phone Plan

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Helium MOBILE looks like an incredible investment to me. Wondering what you all think.

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"Mine" Moons With Your Old HNT Hotspot 🌕✨️

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Have an HNT Hotspot? "Mine" Moons 🌕✨️

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I am trying to create a list of the top 15 worst marketing mistakes in the history of Crypto. Any suggestions let me know.

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Helium Network miner manufacturer, Nebra, now enables users to earn both HNT and MYST on their devices.

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Is mineing profitable

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I see CDC has reinstated the buy option for HNT now 😊. Thoughts for the next 12 months?

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I see CDC has reinstated the buy option for HNT now 😊. Thoughts for the next 12 months?

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ok so what are your GREEN flags for a crypto project?

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Helium Network may have gotten its final nail in the coffin with the launch of Amazon Sidewalk network.

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Why Helium and HNT Must Fundamentally Reverse Course To Evolve

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Binance announces it will delist two tokens and drops cryptocurrency prices by up to 50%

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Helium's HNT Crypto Token Slides to 2-Month Low After Binance.US Delisting Announcement

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delistings on Binance US

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Helium miner rant - lost 3 rigs over the past week

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HNT Out of the top 100

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Shouldn't exchanges delist FTṬ by this time around already?

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The team behind Helium has just launched a new project: HONEY (Hivemapper)

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Is Hivemapper Like Helium?

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Is Hivemapper like Helium?

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What wave did you catch early from r/CC?

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Helium Foundation Executive Responds to Binance’s Sudden Delisting of HNT Token: Report

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Helium Insiders Profited From Project at Expense of HNT Community, States Forbes Report

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Is Web3 the future of crypto? An Analytic insight into the development of Web3!!

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what is happening to HNT ?

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Can we now safely say that Helium is a scam and has failed?

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Can Helium (HNT) ever become a viable business?

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HNT is an untenable ponzi

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Helium Insiders Profited From Project at Expense of HNT Community, States Forbes Report - BeInCrypto

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Binance misallocates $20M Helium’s HNT tokens by mistake

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T-Mobile Joins Helium (HNT) Founders Nova Labs To Launch New 5G Mobile Network

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Binance Bungles Accounting for Helium Tokens, Overpays Clients Millions

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Anybody Want Some Free Exchange-Sponsored Tokens?

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Binance misallocates $20M Helium’s HNT tokens in mistake

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Binance accounting bug leads to $20m misallocation of HNT tokens

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How Solana is crashing HNT

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Weekly price digest: BTC, ETH, HNT, DCR & SHIB

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

This Friday's crypto heatmap is looking pretty green. The biggest gainers this week are CEL (+35%), XEC (+21%) & LDO (+19%). The losers are HNT (-24%), AVAX (-10%) & AR (-10%). Bitcoin price is $20.4k and Ethereum price is $1.6k. The global crypto market cap is $1.00T.

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This Friday's crypto heatmap is looking pretty green. The biggest gainers this week are CEL (+35%), XEC (+21%) & LDO (+19%). The losers are HNT (-24%), AVAX (-10%) & AR (-10%). Bitcoin price is $20.4k and Ethereum price is $1.6k. The global crypto market cap is $1.00T.

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On Friday, Jerome Powell announced The Fed will continue to raise interest rates until they feel inflation is back under control

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Another down week across crypto

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Blockchain-powered wireless network Helium (HNT) is considering migrating to Solana (SOL) blockchain in a new proposal published on August 30.

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Cryptocurrencies To Look Out for This Week: HNT, ATOM, FLOW

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It's official: Helium will be moving to the Solana blockchain (pending vote)

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Types of mining that you most likely will never make a cent with

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What is the “killer app” of crypto? [serious]

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Safest Cryptocurrency wallet to date?

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Helium has revenues of $6.5k/month after $365M investment from A16Z

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Since we are in a bear market what coins have sparked your interest?

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, UNI, XLM, THETA, HNT

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Helium (HNT) is last week's best performer in the market

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[Helium Network | HNT] What are your thoughts about HNT price behaviour?

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I hope this cold winter becomes known as the great cleanser.

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

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Bitcoin and Ethereum Still Consolidate, LINK, HNT, and XTZ Outperform

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Solve Gun Violence with Crypto?

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Quit being a crypto degen gambler thinking you're an "investor." Learn the difference.

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The whole crypto market is down and has been for a while now. When do you think the market will make a significant jump and how soon?

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More money =more time = financial freedom

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I bought $1000 worth of Alts yesterday as a long term gamble strategy.

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Crypto Subs Curating Content?

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The utility of non-fungible blockchain IDs.

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HNT miners in remote locations is about to make no rewards

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How to setup Bobcat Miner 300 Helium (HNT) miner

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Trends in crypto use cases suggest decentralized future has legs

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What do you think about Helium?

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Helium mining allowed my dad to see value in crypto

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Does anyone else think that Helium (HNT) is a well coordinated scam?

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Most reliable crypto currency for sending between exchanges.

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Proof of Credit & Staking Rewards & Lifetime VPN

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Proof of Credit Rewards & Lifetime Decentralized VPN

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XYO's vision of an "verifiably accurate, trustless geolocation data network" - am I missing something here?"

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What is the cheapest way to do this transaction?

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$HNT Bobcat is launching the Bobber 500 - Waitlist available

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Small coin holder here, what advice do you guys have for my current ‘portfolio’?

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How much money does it really require to make a passive income with crypto?

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How much money does it really require to make a passive income with crypto?

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If you had $40k to build your ideal crypto portfolio what would it be and %’s?

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I just want to say I LOVE Monday evenings, I really do. With my husband and I, have spent time researching and learning about crypto for quite awhile. So I’ve decided in the last hour that our bank, the bank of KnL is now operational and working:)

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US based. My son went to HR BLOCK to do his taxes. He explained about mining HNT and buying HNT. Provided info on when he staked and the staked amount, which wasn’t huge!

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General questions regarding my portfolio

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Scams Tied to Cryptocurrencies: Texas Securities Commissioner calls out Helium (HNT) miner manufactures for fraudulent advertising

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What are the most unique use cases for crypto outside of blockchain platforms, defi, and NFTs — here are a few finds, add your own.

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This is a map of HNT in my city. White square is me. Thoughts?

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What type of mining is most profitable besides HNT?

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That's it, HNT.

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I so much like your crypto portfolios based on utility breakdown. Anyone looking to diversify their portfolio would consider this. However, there is still more to add to the list based on utilities and trends. This includes: DePIN: This includes coins that are dominant in Decentralized Telecoms, Decentralized Cloud computing and AI Data and Intel Provenance. These are projects like Helium (HNT), Akash (AKT), and the Rivalz Network (RIZ), respectively. RWA: This includes coins that are dominant in terms of allowing users to buy traditional assets like real estate, art, bonds, and equity as digital tokens. These are projects like Centrifuge (CFG), Ondo Finance, and Mantra.

God.... These types of nft airdrop/rewards scams are on every chain almost. HNT. SUI. As an example. Never blindly accept something. Just like scammers irl offer you something for free it ends in a barrage of haggling you for money. Sadly enough an expensive lesson

Mentions:#HNT#SUI
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

LMAO!!! Have you looked into the helium project?! I don’t see HNT gaining much value since it’s a token used on the SOL chain, its only real purpose is to be used within the Helium project.

Mentions:#LMAO#HNT#SOL
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

It was actually sort of funny in a way. It wasn't a hack or anything, it was their own error. They let people deposit MOBILE which was worth a fraction of a penny and withdraw HNT which was worth many dollars.

Mentions:#MOBILE#HNT
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

This is a longer story. They lost $20M in HNT.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Yea they stopped the trading, but it was all the time available to withdraw, alongside with many other untradable assets. I mean, i even have some sngls tokens that i could withdraw, which is practically dead since 2019. But they just had to seize all the remaining HNT tokens from their holdings, for reasons? And they need HALF A YEAR to account for this? Come on. Either they know something beforehand, or there is no other alternative.

Mentions:#HNT#YEAR
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Didn't they stop trading HNT like a year ago? I got many messages to get my HNT off the exchange a while back.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Personally, I don't do meme coins, just like I don't do lotto tickets... but every coin I tried buying based on well-researched fundamentals ate shit (RIP ALGO, ATOM, HNT). So it's not like my approach is working either lol. Even XMR is down like 50% from my cost basis, although I viewed that half as an investment, half as a monetary commitment to a world where DNMs exist (which I dont even use lmao but *I believe in their existence*). I bought BTC when it was at $7,000. Used it to buy cannabis seeds and didn't hold more than like $20, which turned into like $65 or something eventually. If I recall correctly, I could've bought a whole coin then, but with the concerns in my life at that time, it just would've been a stupid decision. So I don't really regret it, but I still think "fuck, shit" about it sometimes. And if I could buy a whole coin now, or even when it was at $30k, I don't think I would. The fundamentals don't make sense. It went from "decentralized currency" to "oops that didn't work, it's a hedge against inflation" to "oops that didn't work, it's a store of value" to "oops that didn't work, just wait bro it's gonna be huge"

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Only a novice will be afraid to do research now and DCA into some gems in the market. Anyone experienced, like me, who has weathered different bear markets, will be all out picking up the next big thing at bargain prices. I've got my eyes on the hot sectors—OCEAN in AI, ARB in Layer 2, HNT in the DePIN sector, and STX in the BTC Layer 2 sector.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It was something I had to do in my work, at the beginning, and I was relatively senior, I was given white papers written by others to read and comment back on. Several others in the company were given exactly the same white paper for the same purpose. Eventually, someone collated all the comments into a summary paper, this was shared back. After that, Executives reviewed and were given an overview and recommendations. It was always a lesson learned reading other people’s comments, as we tended to be from different departments. After years of this, I graduated to writing white papers and finally to being told to go and execute a few white papers as real businesses and prove the concept. I don’t look at them from a deep technical review, but at from what industry are they trying to enter, who are the competitors both inside and outside crypto. Basically deciding if they have a decent chance of success and breaking into a real world project. Previously in my work I also looked at legal and local regulatory issues that might happen, with crypto I don’t look at those. Except to make a decision on whether they’re real and not a smoke screen. However, at the end of the day it’s an educated guess, Helium/HNT was to me a no brainer and one of the best RWC’s I’d seen. However, as anyone knows from today’s price, it’s not taken off, but we’ll see this Bull peak just how well it’s done. If you only use white papers you’d never buy SHIB for example, but I do have some lol

Mentions:#HNT#SHIB
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Small world. Just picked up more HNT today. Happy to see someone mention it.

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My eldest son asked me to look at the Helium white paper, as part of my work I read many white papers and he knew I’d also written a few over years. Allowed a week and we had a conference call including my youngest son. Next day I bought two miners, then proceeded to buy more, set up a small company for the three of us. I alone funded it but 100% of profits came to me until the investment was paid off. After that it was a one third split each, once I’d made the initial purchase, I knew I needed to look more into crypto. Picked a CEX based on they had to have HNT. Started reading more crypto white papers and looking for projects, today have a three tier portfolio with ~ 30 coins/tokens. The portfolio is 100% mine, the mining is still a three way split/business

Mentions:#CEX#HNT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

what’s happening to HNT? is it dying? or already dead?

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Noted on that, but i have a question. I only have $100 to spend as I'm still a college student. Should i diversify the coins ill buy or just spend it all in BTC? I have researched other coins like ETH, ADA, SOL, HNT, STX, PYTH and such but im kinda in a dilemma whether to just play save and go for BTC, diversify it or just choose 2 to buy equally

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Noted on that, but i have a question. I only have $100 to spend as I'm still a college student. Should i diversify the coins ill buy or just spend it all in BTC? I have researched other coins like ETH, ADA, SOL, HNT, STX, PYTH and such but im kinda in a dilemma whether to just play save and go for BTC, diversify it or just choose 2 to buy equally

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Fet, ocean, HNT… put that man n Ada. Problem solved

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What utility alt (non-shit) coin do you see currently having the largest upside? What projects do you think have the best utility and tokenomics combo? Outside of eth/sol… I like HNT, Render, Hedera, Chainlink.

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Easy 100x is gonna be CELESTIA TIA, Filecoin, and Helium HNT, maybe not filecoin. But HNT and TIA both have good current price + low circulating supply which = easy 100x. For TIA to got to 200 dollars it would take less than half the gains solana has done in the past 2 months.

Mentions:#TIA#HNT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

HNT provides internet access, if you hold an antenna at your house they pay you in their coin to host a signal from your house, obviously it's not just a normal antenna but you get the gyst

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

We are ready see projects like RNDR & HNT perform excellently well. Looking at Weaver Labs ADE too. One of my top gems.

Mentions:#RNDR#HNT
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

What I always do is just check the most talked-about narrative on LunarCrush and Twitter. Lately, DePIN and L2 have been the most talked about for me. Got the like of HNT, ARB, FIL as well as upcoming ADE in these sectors.

Mentions:#HNT#ARB#FIL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

HNT

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It's the newer hot thing and is easier to understand and has immediate accessibility to people. Easy onboarding. Huge amount of people will require no new hardware to start earning. Just use the eSim with your current phone Sign up for Helium Mobile to use T Mobiles network. People try to be early on the earnings. Pay their phone bills or hold. I doubt many Helium Mobile earners will ever swap for HNT

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FTM and ROSE are solid picks. RWA/DePIN seem like fast-growing narratives. I believe RIO HNT and ADE are some of the promising tokens within the category.

What's the FTM sonic upgrade about? I am very bullish on Depins too. Holding heavy on FileCoin and Crust for a while. More recently I've been accumulation HNT and MOBILE. Also waiting for the ADE pre-sale on Q3 this year.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

HNT MOBILE I picked up yesterday and got in on 30% up today. It ended up 60% up. Still small MC

Mentions:#HNT#MOBILE
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HNT is a scam

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Feel like HNT could do pretty well

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah HNT was a dillusion indeed. Looked so promising. I currently have less than half in Alts and feel comfi, but might also be an illusionion. Eth and BTC is definately the safest bet!

Mentions:#HNT#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

With hindsight I should have avoided the Alts I bought and just stuck with 100% BTC or 80% BTC / 20% ETH EVX & HNT disappeared on me ... Amongst the majority of the others LOL

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

When looking for cryptocurrencies or projects with high potential for return on investment (ROI), it's essential to focus on those that are not yet mainstream but have strong fundamentals, innovative technology, or address specific market needs. Here are a few projects that have been gaining attention but might not be as well-known to the general public: Polkadot (DOT): Polkadot is a multi-chain blockchain platform that enables various blockchains to interoperate and share information. Its unique approach to scalability and interoperability makes it a promising project for the future of decentralized applications. Chainlink (LINK): Chainlink is a decentralized oracle network that provides real-world data to smart contracts on the blockchain. Its technology is crucial for the functioning of many decentralized finance (DeFi) applications, making it a potentially valuable investment. Avalanche (AVAX): Avalanche is a blockchain platform that focuses on high throughput and low latency, making it suitable for decentralized applications and financial services. Its unique consensus mechanism and scalability features set it apart from other blockchain projects. The Graph (GRT): The Graph is a decentralized protocol for indexing and querying data from blockchains. It's like the Google of the blockchain world, allowing developers to efficiently access blockchain data for their applications. Helium (HNT): Helium is a decentralized network for Internet of Things (IoT) devices, powered by a blockchain. Its innovative approach to creating a decentralized wireless infrastructure has attracted attention from investors and tech enthusiasts. Algorand (ALGO): Algorand is a blockchain platform that focuses on speed, security, and scalability. Its unique consensus algorithm and commitment to sustainability make it an attractive option for investors looking for eco-friendly blockchain projects. Theta Network (THETA): Theta is a decentralized video streaming network powered by blockchain technology. Its innovative approach to content delivery and bandwidth sharing has the potential to disrupt the traditional video streaming industry. It's important to note that investing in cryptocurrencies and blockchain projects carries a high level of risk, and you should always do your own research and consult with a financial advisor before making any investment decisions

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I totally agree. And I also think rwa is a space that's programmed to grow steadily, exponentially. And the reason is simple, most of these projects have real world usecases. And as long as they continue to serve their purposes, they continue to see the adoption they deserve. Imagine HNT being used in the US to pay for data services by millions of people, that alone will cause huge demand on the HNT coin. We can say the same about Weaver Labs ADE. There are millions of projects out there that will bring real adoption to the cryptospace for real.

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ChatGPT Summary - A crypto hodler turned accidental philosopher muses on riding the Bitcoin and Ethereum rollercoaster with a "keep calm and carry on" mantra, betting their digital stash against a mortgage free future, and swearing off altcoin flings after a not-so-hot date with HNT.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

HNT, 4h chart, Heikin Ashi. You’re welcome amigo

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Mobile? I split the mobile I earn through phone and hotspots with standard helium (HNT) and keep them around 50/50.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What’s the consensus on Helium (HNT)?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think HNT is a scam and KAVA has the absolute worst tokenomics I've ever seen

Mentions:#HNT#KAVA
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

RWA projects have real life usecases. I'm not expecting surden surges with any of these projects, it's going to be a gradual adoption. ADE, HNT, Peaq, etc are top on my list. A whole of them here too [https://www.coingecko.com/en/categories/depin](https://www.coingecko.com/en/categories/depin)

Mentions:#RWA#HNT
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

LINK might be the best and most powerful RWA pick out there: low risk, broad spectrum and so on. For more concentrated pure plays, I've been mostly into IoT networks, namely IOTX, and then storage (FIL, CRU, etc) and telecoms (HNT, ADE, etc). broad RWA tokenization is also an interesting niche, but I haven't come across anything interesting enought.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Been accumulating BTC and ETH (including GBTC/ETHE before the ETFs and IBIT in my Roth IRA since the ETFs came out) and HNT/IOT/MOBILE.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

BTC, ETH, DOT, HNT (+ IOT, + MOBILE) DOT 2.0 incoming!!!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

well I am currently looking into Fare $FLR. Haven't invested yet but im about to. My take on IMX, ADA, SOL, LINK, MATIC is that in order to make sure they are good bets you have to get more involved in the token. I was involved in HNT at some point and I loved the project but then their miners began getting spoofed and it was like a huge "printing" of tokens which devaluated greatly. The project is still going but I kind of lost interest. IMX and RON are both gaming chains. So is MATIC (kind of) so in that space, you have to look at the games they have, the amount of users etc. The worst thing that gaming chains in the space can have is a play to earn mechanic heavily reliant on the "earning" aspect. That was how some of the main games in ronin were at the begining. There are a bunch of games that you go in, make a couple of clicks and that "mints" tokens. The more expensive nfts you have the more you can mint and that is what gets everything inflated....

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

HNT has some promise tbh. Mesh routing was an idea long before crypto and is quite interesting.

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Lol. I don't think meme hype will be dominant anymore. The buzz is around DePIN lately. AIOZ is pumping wild! I bet on HNT next and wait for ADE to get listed.

Mentions:#AIOZ#HNT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah I see a lot of HNT and PYTH traded on there from the memecoins.

Mentions:#HNT#PYTH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SOL is not dead - I just don’t like how centralised it is. It is basically owned by a bunch of VCs which is very much against what “crypto” should be - DECENTRALISED. It is however growing and it is a very active ecosystem. Even HNT, which used to have their own blockchain, switched to SOL blockchain as it is fast, cheap and somewhat reliable?🙄 I don’t hold SOL - only enough to pay for stuff on HNT network - for the reasons described above but I don’t think it is dead and we won’t be for a while. I like DOT more

Mentions:#SOL#HNT#DOT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’ve been in HNT for some time too. ACTUAL, real world use case, Tmobile partnership in the US (Helium Mobile) and the very active community. HNT is a no brainer. Plus ATH was $51 and we are at $9 so still way to go. HNT @200$ LFG!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

HNT all the way!!!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In my non-IRA accounts where I hold for at least a year and am willing to take some risk, and in my various wallets, I'm roughly at: 50% BTC, 20% CLSK (started way lower % but it 6x'd), 10% ETH, and the rest a good mix of GBTC, ETHE, RIOT, and the various Helium tokens (HNT, IOT, MOBILE). I think all of them are set for 2x to 20x gains this bullrun, just a matter of finding the top of each of them. If you're interested in miners, there's a whole group of people who discuss them on Twitter/X. PM me if you want.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

HNT is one project I follow. I know they are live in the US, didn't know about their plan into Mexico until now. I know Weaver Labs' Adeno is Helium-like project taking over the UK with the plans to go global. And as for FET, I can't deny that I'm loving the resent pump.

Mentions:#HNT#FET
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you want more information go to r/heliumnetwork it's part of helium (HNT) (IOT) is also part of it. Mobile is the reward token you get for mapping or setting up a 5g network antenna to create a 5g network using I think the T-Mobile network. It's supposed to be really cheap for unlimited call, text and data 25$. I haven't been on the sub recently though.

Mentions:#HNT#IOT
r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

DIA for its oracle, HNT for its decentralized telecoms, and AR for its decentralized storage.

Mentions:#DIA#HNT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Remember when this sub was shitting on HNT? RIP lol

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Visa partner up with Solana. There’s also Solana pay. It’s also where Helium HNT is being built. They have solana mobile, I pay $20 a month and get 5G unlimited data and texts/calls. I’m sure I’m missing quite a few more, regardless what you think of $SOL, they have real companies making real products.

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Helium ( HNT ) Mobile IoT

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HNT

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Blue chip: BTC Med risk: HNT Degen: 3ull

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tldr; Helium Network has expanded its IoT-focused blockchain network by migrating to the Solana platform and entering the mobile sector. The network allows users to earn MOBILE tokens for supporting the network, which can be used for bill payments. Helium Mobile launched a competitive $20/month unlimited phone plan in the U.S., using T-Mobile infrastructure and user hotspots. The MOBILE token price has surged over 800% since December, and subscriber count has increased significantly. Helium updated its network protocols, leading to a rise in HNT prices, and introduced new HNT mining plans. A collaboration with Telefónica aims to deploy Helium mobile hotspots in Mexico, enhancing internet access in underserved areas and pushing HNT prices up by 20%. Analysts predict significant growth for decentralized physical infrastructure networks (DePIN) with Helium positioned as a disruptor in the wireless infrastructure market. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

HNT if you ask me. But I can't argue it if anyone says new projects like Weaver Labs' Adeno will flip Helium. The team, partnerships, projects/products being developed nowadays are simply insane.

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HNT has done the best for me

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From the large caps, INJ and LINK are my biggest bets! I also fancy Solana, but at this point, feels like I already missed this train... TIA is a promising one, which I try to buy on every meaningful dip and HNT's launch of Moblie in the US looks interesting for sure. I am also keeping an eye on a couple of launches, like Weaver Labs token and Dafi's hybrid exchange.

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Helium HNT

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My favorite DePIN tokens this year are PEAQ, TRIAS, FIL, and HNT, and I'm also keeping an eye on ADE. Is there any real-world application of Cell-Stack yet?

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$HNT for sure $GAFI and $AURORA too

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I don't know if these projects have the highest growth potential, but I am watching HNT, AIOZ, and ADE. Although I'm well invested in AIOZ, and HNT, I should start running the Helium node in a month or two, I think I'm also pretty early with Weaver Labs ADE since there'd be a second presale soon.

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Koinly is great if you are doing a few hundred trades. What sucks...is in my case I have a Helium (HNT) miner...and apparently each mining "event" is a 'taxable' event...and there are THOUSANDS (10k+) in a year I believe....I've not made a dime cause I just acquire the IOT (used to be HNT, now you have to convert)...yet I need to pay $300 for Koinly to organize the thousands of mining events? nah.

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I hold RNDR and HNT because I believe DePIN will be one of the most important crypto investments this decade. I also have my eyes on PEAQ, which is set to launch hopefully in a few months. It's on track to have the most DePINs building on it at launch, second only to Ethereum.

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HONEY kind of reminds me of HNT, and that may not be a good thing. It relies on using certain technologies (dashcams, mining hardware) to work, which creates an extra layer of uncertainty regarding how successful it may be. Nonetheless, HNT has still proven to be doing well the last few months even if it's short-lived. You have been warned.

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Hold HNT bag or swap for something else?

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Depends. DeFi is an innovation and will keep growing and innovating on itself. Are most people that post here in this sub using it to gamble? Yes! Is the only use of DeFi gambling? No. AKT (Akash Network) - Decentralized system for cloud computing. Can you gamble with it's token? Yes HNT, MOBILE, IOT (Helium Network) Decentralized data network. Can you gamble with it? Yes. Solana - the smart contract blockchain that everyone loves or hates, and also hosts systems like Helium Network. Of course you can gamble on it's token. RNDR decentralized system for 3D rendering. Gambleable? I'm going to stop asking this question because we know the answer. Filecoin - Decentralized cloud storage AR - Arweave system for permanent file storage Pocket network - system to incentives running full nodes disincentivise centralization XYO - decentralized unspoofable location oracle for use in smart contracts. All of these can be gambled with. That doesn't mean people that are actually using them are gambling or the only purpose of them is gambling.

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What do you think about the HNT, it on Solana ecosystem too?

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It depends. Have you heard the expression “The market can stay ignorant longer than you can say solvent”? BTC Reward will cease in about 100yrs. After that, BTC goes away. As BTC Fees don’t cover costs let alone profit. And no amount of game theory will keep mining going. “Game theory”, as The Ignorant suggest, would be the reason BTC remains in existence. They believe investors would pay (gold) miners without receiving (gold) BTC. The paying of miners in perpetuity would be so that they could keep an impractical asset. BTC goes away unless a new hardware tech is invented. Which I doubt happens because there is no reason to innovate on behalf of BTC. On ETH, same thing. Gas Fees are a rip off. It’s much much worse than Visa’s 3%. DeFI and GameFi are janky on ETH. Worthless like a square wheel. SOL is awesome. But it has shut down and has had operational issues. Then you have NEAR, SUI, APT and maybe TIA. In Asia, because of NEAR, people get paid to use their lock screen. You can get paid to walk (albeit not a lot). A layer-2 on SOL called Helium is distributing Wi-Fi on the blockchain with Helium or HNT. These Layer1’s are Web3 not ETH or BTC. Google made billions off of your labor or the fruits of your data. NEAR, SOL, SUI, APT and TIA have created a paradigm where you get paid for your data. I can’t speak for all, because I only know NEAR and it can use any programming language in the future. I don’t think SOL qualifies but NEAR, TIA and SUI are what is called “modular”. And that is what 100yrs from now looks like. It ain’t BTC or ETH. They are called “monolithic”. NEAR is sharding and has not been disrupted. And just as secure as BTC. ETH2.0 failed at sharding abd gave up. And Visa, which may be the first blockchain on paper agrees with me. FYI: I never say this but do in these cases. Do your own due diligence on what the future looks like. I only know NEAR thoroughly. But invested in SUI and APT as well. I am also in ALGO and FTM but those chains may have fell behind. As for TIA, my only concern is “adoptability”. Their modularity could be too complex. Lastly, do not listen to any massive BTC investor, they are probably more ignorant about blockchain than any. Skeptic BTC investors are profiting off of ignorance.

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HNT/mobile/iot have proven themselves as a way to provide value to people.

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The report seems locked. I was looking out for the picks according to the analysis though. RIO, HNT, and ADE still looks like very good options to me. ADE is one I got into pretty early at TGE. Definitely something to explore. Just wondering why so much noise. But I need the hype for my bags.

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HNT is their main token, but also there is MOBILE and IOT which are utility tokens

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I also have HNT. Is ADE live? Peaq has the most DePINs, and the token hasn't even launched yet. I'm closely monitoring the development within its ecosystem.

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I got burned by so many promising alt coins I’ve given them up as a bad job. It’s a better bet to take your money to the casino. For cryptos I only do BTC and ETH. I guess ETH could be considered an alt coin too but I’ll make an exception for that one. I also have a bit of HNT/IOT because I’ve got a miner for that but HNT/IOT is kind of just a game for me at this point.

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DePIN/RWA is trending narrative, you might have a gem there. I'm also keeping a close watch on AIOZ, HNT, and ADE in that regard.

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So most of my crypto right now is in KuCoin, which started requiring verification (US citizens don't apply). I was thinking of selling some of the crypto I had , so just wondering where you guys have been doing that? I tried MexC but I didn't see an option for depositing HNT there (as one example). Thanks!

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HNT looks like a good buy right now

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