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something that blockchain needs to replace asap

AVAX Copies Name of ICP Subnets, Fails to Copy Tech

I think I’ve figured out why we are to do the opposite of this sub

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I am from the year 2043 and still holding

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Anyone can explain how tf ICP is no.1?

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Top 10 Cryptos by GitHub Activity - ICP Somehow Taking First Place!

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First meme coin on #ICP / icpswap.com / only 1.15 million $ marketcap 👻🚀🔥

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Crypto projects need to move away from GitHub. We need a decentralized Git-based open source hosting hub, and we need one now.

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The biggest difference from all past bear cycles this time is the massive volume of dev activity. Crypto sadly doesn't feel like the tulip mania at all.

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Don't FOMO into Ethereum right now

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WARNING: Aptos and Sui are VC controlled shitcoins. Retail will get rekt.

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Isn't ICP a *clear* evolution of blockchain technology, am I missing something?

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ICP seems like a clear revolution of blockchain techology, am I missing something?

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"Sygnum Bank expands bank-grade staking with Cardano (ADA)"

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Cardano Staking Goes Live On Swiss digital bank Sygnum Along With ETH 2.0, ICP, And Tezos

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Last Bull Run, I Did My Own Research, and it Paid off…. Now, I’m ready to do it again.

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How to Stake ICP Tokens and Earn Rewards Using the NNS Front-End Dapp

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ICP Virtual Desktop Integrated

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ICP and the largest bitcoin dump ever - incoming

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One hugely promoted aspect of decentralization is resistance to censorship.

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Any one think ICP could make a run?

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I bought Top 20 Coins each for $100 Last Year, Check how's it doing today!

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, UNI, ICP, AAVE, QNT

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Live Crypto Trading | News, Bitcoin, ADA, XRP, SAND, ICP, Robinhood, Red...

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Live Crypto Trading @ 1:30 PM EST | Bitcoin, ETH, ADA, XRP, EOS, ICP, GARI, AOIZ, BRISE

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Live Crypto Trading @ 1:30 PM EST | Bitcoin, ETH, ADA, XRP, EOS, ICP, GARI, AOIZ, BRISE

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ICP Price Analysis July 2022

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As a developer or user, are there any projects that you are disappointed in? Or any projects you have yet to find or understand?

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ICP’s Dfinity file lawsuit against Arkham Intelligence

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SOL-FITFI-ICP-KAD Combo

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TIL: Cryptoleaks.info suggests Sam Bankman-Fried manipulated the price of the ICP token.

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Learn about percentages (or don't use them)

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I’m betting everything for financial freedom.

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Internet Computer and the limitation of blockchains

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Crypto Leaks | New York Times elevates Arkham Intelligence, and causes billion$ in damages to ICP holders

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Crypto Leaks | The multi-billion dollar attack on ICP token holders — which resulted from market manipulation on FTX

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Price manipulation by FTX guaranteed that the price of ICP would fall

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After my post from yesterday I scrolled through some other posts and it seems like everyone here just hates crypto 🤣

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How altcoins are faring since bitcoin has been going sideways

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How have altcoins fared since btc started going sideways?

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What is the most undervalued unknown crypto in everyone’s opinion and why?

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I don’t care what anyone says, I am accumulating ICP: 7 Cheap Cryptos to Buy That Are Seriously Overlooked

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ICP is now down 99% from its ATH. After a once-valuation of $45b and 300M+ Funding to start.

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ICP If You Invested 100k$ Last May Now Worth 250$

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The state of the current market is literally the karate island episode from Spongebob and Robert Kiyosaki is ' Master ' Udon.

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In this cycle people learned that every coin gets distributed to holders somehow someday. Even those with huge insider allocation.

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What were people bullish on 6-7 years ago?

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ICP price manipulation

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If Anything, Recent Shitshow Means Stiff Regulations Soon. Thus Stick with the Larger Legit Regulation-Friendly Coins

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Moments like this help me remember why I’m in this

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A Beginner’s Guide to Crypto

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Crypto newbie looking for more knowledge

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Ok so I am quite new to crypto (investing for a year now)….. in terms of all that’s going on right now….. why is this happening?

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Luna, yikes. Who's buying?

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We´ve got a new cycle winner (loser)

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The collapse of UST is not a systemic threat

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Support post for people who lost money with LUNA/UST

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The Internet Computer (ICP) is down over 95% A Year after Launching

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A year ago today, ICP was listed on Coinbase, reached $700 and immediately entered the top 10. Yesterday, it fell below $10 for the first time.

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Terra Luna is in freefall

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What Fear & Greed Index of 11 means to me (1 year of crypto thoughts)

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Interesting insight for: $ICP/USDT (SELL) In the past, this led to a -69.9% change over 200 days.

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Best Crypto for the next bull run?

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Not Clowning Around: Facebook Parent Sued By Internet Computer [Clown] (ICP) Founders Over Infinity Logo By Benzinga

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Why do (arguably) bad projects stay relevant for so long?

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ICP does the first useful thing in its existence: They are suing Facebook (meta) for stealing ICP's logo

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3 Cryptos for potentially giant returns in Web 3.0: Internet Computer (ICP), Hedera (HBAR), and Seesaw Protocol (SSW)

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ApeCoin will be worth 100$ one day..

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ApeCoin will rise to 100$.....

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🆕 L1 comparison chart 📈 [April 2022]

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DFINITY is not spending the resources to bring the EVM to ICP. Direct Ethereum integration cancelled?

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What do you call a crypto bro promising good sex and good returns to his date?

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Is Dfinity ICP the biggest rug pull in history!?!?

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ICP>Ethereum

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another good day. Banana became 13% more delicious while Vechain and EOS each gained 20%.

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One green 5 minute candle and this sub is back at it

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In parallel universe

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ICP is a good coin!

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APE graph is going to look a lot like ICP did after it’s launch in the coming weeks

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Correcting misinformation about a 'bad coin' is not shilling it. Stating negative aspects or concerns about a 'good coin' does not make someone a hater. This mentality in crypto is extremely annoying.

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ApeCoin did not "fall 80% on its first day" and it's manipulative to say so

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Kraken to list Internet Computer (ICP) despite 98% crash from all-time high

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Cryptocurrency Internet Computer (ICP) Rises More Than 4% In 24 hours

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Kraken just made a post on their blog saying "Internet Computer (ICP) Trading Starts March 18 – Deposit Now" are they supposed to be promoting this type of coin when they know more better. I'm disappointed

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Proposal to hasten the end of attacks on Ukraine using ICP smart contracts and $250m in crypto

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Have you ever been as wealthy as today? In a general sense. This is what crypto does to you !

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ICP: The Billion Dollar Typo

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Which coin are still hodling even though it hurts, really, really bad?

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When do you cut your losses?

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Name a “dead” project that you think has a chance of being resurrected.

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Internet Computer (ICP) Generates Bullish Divergences Despite New All-Time Low

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Internet Computer (ICP) Is Bringing Smart Contracts to Bitcoin

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BTC flower NFT on Internet Computer blockchain

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Arbitrage On Indian Exchanges

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Why some Coin or token start from the bottom but some start from the top?

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ICP costs 0.4% of an equivalent AWS web app.

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ICP costs 0.4% of an equivalent AWS web app.

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🆕 L1 comparison chart 📈

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Stop asking: "Why is XYZ coin so undervalued?"

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This article basically is describing ICP's current state - a decentralized censorship resistance blockchain ran internet where each website is a smart contract.

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Only one project is doing anything close to web3 right now - that's ICP. No other project serves web content smart tamperproof contracts from the blockchain to protect your data when interacting with the web.

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And ICP is in the lead - by years.

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I have the plug wallet extension installed on my browser and I can browse and fuck around on the network... which is a fucking wasteland because there hasn't been any widespread adoption, but that's not the point. I can buy a shitty overpriced robot NFT right now on ICP if I wanted (I don't). It's there, it's just kinda empty.

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Coinbase gave me free ICP and I had to take a test on it to get the free crypto. That was it's mission. If that's changed, then sure. Embarrassing

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You have absolutely no clue what you can develop on ICP or what has been developed and in use right now. Embarrassing.

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Because right now it doesn't do anything. Vapor ware is just kinda a terminology for something that is basically what ICP has done so far. That doesn't mean they won't one day do everything they set out to do. But for now it seems like hopes and dreams

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Whoa surprise - another instantly downvoted thread about ICP. Other chains really seethe about ICP's tech. * Full stacks on chains, tamper proof software * Serve web content directly from smart contracts * Integration with other blockchains with no bridges * Run front ends for all chains * Solve de-platforming risks for applications * Scale other protocols like ETH and others * Add smart contract to BTC, doge, and other non smart contract platform * On chain Governance clients for other protocols, enterprises, and governments * Build user owned and controlled social networks in which each account is smart contract and can be moved to different dAPPS by the user. * NFTs live entirely on-chain (files and assets) and can react to the outside world via https request * No need for Oracles for some API calls as the protocol can communicate directly with Web 2 and run the data through consensus <---downvote over here if you're seething

Somewhere in that ramble you called ICP vaporware, why?

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Lots of good discussion in r/ICP Woop woop

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Sure. All you had to do was ask nicely :) ICP, contrary to popular belief doesn't seek to be an L1 alternative, as it does to be an AWS or Google cloud alternative. Since they have the ability to host *everything* on chain, including the front end, they can be used for decentralized web hosting as well. You could for example, try Fleek, which lets you move your web 2 react.js site to ICP web3 storage for free. The other goal of ICP is bridgeless, wrapperless integration with BTC, ETH (in fact if you google ICP BTC integration, you'll get the info and the roadmap). All in all, they are victims of extremely stupid tokenomics, but the tech is top notch.

Pretty much - this sub is not a good place to learn about crypto. No discussion at all and completely censored topics, one of them being ICP.

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ICP does legitimately have good tech

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Yeah. And ICP and polkadot as well

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It’s one of my top recommendations right now. But don’t give up on classics like ICP and Bitconnect either!

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Since my post was removed and I don't want my 40 plus minutes of writing it to go to waste I'll just post it here as a comment, thank you very much I was answering to someone on the daily about how to do your own research and I wrote so much that I thought it could actually be useful to more people. So here is a post about it. This kind of research method is for non tech savvy people, who don't have time to scrutinize a project on every aspect. I know there are lots of points here, so my advice would be to at least follow a few of them for a project you're interested in. I will sometimes be mentioning a project by name and hope it's ok. **A/ I would search the coin or project name on Reddit**, especially on this sub. That can be a way to start with something, and read a balance of negative and positive comments. Might also save you from a scam. **B/ Read description of the coin on their website**, is it marketing gibberish (not sure if I can cite coins but I remember two that were to avoid just from the prompt : 1/ we'll empower Ethereum and take full advantage of its scalability to make it more efficient (not exact words but that was this type of bullshit) 2/ We'll tokenize metals on asteroids for asteroid mining in the future those two, just forget it. it's gibberish and the concept doesn't make sense. **C/ Then you can check white paper** (check the parts relevant to you, no need to look at the formulas if you're not into math) **or the docs** (many projects don't have a whitepaper anymore). If there is a something well indicated, that tells you about the project but also the platform it's running on (ethereum, polkadot, cardano...) and why they chose it, it's a better sign than if those are pretty short and don't explain much. I used to be a moderator for a moonshot subreddit and we tried to filter good project to be early on them, some would give us a 2 pages whitepaper... I'd rather see a project with a fully functional website and separate documentations that are well written, complete enough; than a 2 pages PDF with illustrations. **D/ People involved:** Do we know them, are they trustable? Being doxxed is a good sign but not always (a recent project's CEO is now a fugitive even though we knew his name). I've seen projects being busted before they could achieve the rug because people were looking up the team and there was a discrepancy in a resume (this project was DEOR, I was a full believer, thanks to those whistleblowers I didn't get rekt). If you look at projects like Sylo, you see this company has a CEO you can find, and it's a registered company in Malta, with an address. Doesn't mean it's 100% safe but at least their is paperwork being done, in a country with some legality. **E/ Many articles but nothing to show?** That might happen, but, in those articles what is said? Is there a bit of technical explanation on what's being done and why there are only articles so far? If not, and they just issue articles as if everything is going on normally: red flag. **F/** Another red flag, **the name of the project is never mentioned in the articles.** I know this one is a weird tip, but I was following a project, considering to put some cash in it and what saved me is was I didn't have money to put in at the time (being poor saved me from a rug). This was Fieldcoin. They were supposed to tokenize real world assets, namely, agricultural land and make them tradable on a blockchain. Suddenly, they changed their narrative without any warning, and became a digital asset marketplace, a kind of fake NFT marketplace, but no announcement at all of the change of direction nor what happened to the previous project and I think they called themselves Eland. Having seen this I posted on Reddit, so anyone searching the name on reddit would find the post and be warned (advice A). While looking for evidence of the existence of the previous project and the lack of communication on this very surprising change of direction it suddenly hit me, the previous project wasn't appearing in name anywhere and the articles were pretty general enough to make it look like it could be about something which differs widely from the original one... Now the fieldcoin website doesn't exist anymore. The Eland website still exists, I suggest you guys check for yourselves. **G/ Github activity / Development proof** Unless they made it clear the development is ultra secret or, that they're understaffed (like one or two devs that do it on their free time), the github should have regular activity with lots of PR and commits. Even someone non technical can check it. I understand that the number of commit could be fake but this will filter the shadiest and laziest ones. **H/ The behavior of community managers, and the team towards the community.** This one requires you go on a project's channel, or subreddit, and have interactions with the team. It's tricky because this will end up being about your feeling, and also, you might not catch an abnormal behavior at the time you're actually online. There are some stuff to be wary of though, here is a non exhaustive list: * **Obnoxious mods/teams:** they treat you like shit and you become scared to ask even one question: red flag. Even if they're a legit project you don't want unhinged people in charge of the project in which you're investing. Be aware tha calling a project scam without any proof my warrant you a kick or ban and that you might mistake it for being obnoxious, when really, you brought it on yourself. * **Devs are always on the chat:** They're telling you they're developing this new kind of blockchain but the team seems pretty small for their ambition (hard to see most of the time the size of the team is not a public info) and the devs are always on the chat. What are they doing? I am working with a blockchain project and I can tell you when the devs come on the channels to talk to people is pretty rare, because they have lots of other stuff to do. To me this is a red flag. You got a bonus red flag when you mix this point with the previous one, and the head of the project takes on his time to bully you and insult you. I think it's still an ongoing project, so I won't name them, but, it's a privacy coin. I was talking to them and showing my real interest in the project. Somehow the Head of the project with whom I was talking (being very often present in chat) stated that after a research he found out that I told them I was studying a MBA (which is true). One of them (probably team too) started on saying I was probably seeing myself in luxury suits, and then the CEO called me a moonboi, somehow, I still don't know why. I thought this could turn into a nice banter, and then replied with some wit without being aggressive that nobody's perfect but that I would gladly improve myself. I was just kicked. That's when I sold everything regardless of the price and didn't look back. Since then (1 year and a half ago) nothing substantial has been achieved by them. * **Non confrontational team:** They always tell you to keep posted, for weeks, even months, with no explanation AT ALL. You ask them when is this item on the roadmap going to happen, no real answer, just "later on". Then month later you see that the CM don't respond anymore... the announcement channel is not updated anymore (I'm looking at a project in which I believed but that I exited when one of the roadmap item still not happening. Last update was last December and the channel is full of people debating if the project has been abandonned or if it was a rug, very sad). **I/ Reading pros and cons comments.** Consider pros and cons from other people. Reddit is a good place for this. Being in a smaller TG channel or subreddit can also help as you'll be able to talk about a less known, more specific project better. During the DEOR incident, a person that was a dev; on a TG channel suddenly raised the issue that the code of the github seemed empty and didn't make sense to him: red flag. They don't even have to be blockchain devs to actually see this. **J/ Having more than one source of information.** Reddit is great, but we're a bit idiot sometimes, all rooting for the trendy coin of the moment, until it goes down badly (ICP) or it rugs (Moon and earth in italian). You can find a great source of info on youtube (Coinbureau) but even them (they're a team) get rekt sometimes. (they mitigate the risks with diversification). It seems to me that coinbureau was really bullish about Terra, Luna, and ICP... for example. He even was bullish on an identity coin called Litentry. At the time of the video, price was about 11USD, now it's a bit under 2, so people buying out of FOMO after his video got rekt.... but they'll be able to identify themselves on the blockchain when this functionality is available. (I actually bought some ^^ ) Don't get me wrong, coinbureau, still a good youtube channel, I follow them on Instragram and do check what they say time to time. You just need to take everything with a grain of salt and not make it your only source of info. Interestingly enough Coinbureau has a video on how to DYOR that is a bit more complete, for people who really got time on their hand. **K/ follow your instinct** Something's not right, you don't know exactly know why, maybe that's those Liquidity Mining rewards that are a bit too high, maybe it's the way someone talks, maybe it's just that everybody praises the project so you think "ok, it's dead". In that case, why risk it? Yes, you might miss some gains, but, you'll still have your hard earned crypto or cash. you might even consider leaving with a loss, better get some of it left, than not at all.

Perhaps, but premined, buzzword-reliant, kick-the-can-down the road-to-utility style scams (AVAX, ICP, SOL, APE are big ones that come to mind) that are purposely designed to attract dumb money in order to pump the bags of the backers, surely fit the bill.

Yes. I believe in projects. ICP and Bitconnect shall rise again! Just wait and see. Good investors take money from the impatient and give it to the patient, after all.

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ICP: Maybe at least some Juggalos will buy it 🤷

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ICP: As old as your dad.

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Hmm I had my eye on Space and Time. Makes me think this will be another GRT or ICP scenario when early investors dump on retail when the coin finally lists. Definitely tempers my expectations now. Oh well, this is crypto.

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Who will be using BTC direct integration you mean, where you can write smart contracts for native BTC and create DeFi for BTC? A lot of people will be using that when it's off testnet where it's currently working. What are you going to do - drop some low IQ crap about ICP that everyone has heard a million times? Who will be using Quant's walled garden blockchain that you can't even explain, or tell me who is going to be communicating with it, or what chains it's integrated with? QNT failed to do direct integration and even said "it's too hard" to do which is why they have to use the unsecure method of bridges.

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Show me one project it has. You can't. There's nothing there. ICP direct integration will do this better.

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Pure manipulation, it does nothing special, and it'll be coming back down. Their entire model is API's to connect chains - ICP uses direct integration (more secure, faster, cheaper) and no bridges to connect chains. That's just one feature of ICP in addition to everything else it does. CKB is better for multi chain environments too along with DOT and and LINK with CCIP when it's out.

There are no answers except really boundary nodes not being under NNS control and there is a proposal to fix that. I'd argue they needed a bit more control over things because the attacks on ICP itself as a project - someone surely would have set up mass badlands nodes to screw with the network. ICP is going to take off so hard and no one is going to realize why because no one does any research here.

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That's fine if you don't it as an investment, but you can't deny the tech is incredible. Who would even want to build on AWS with the cost and platform risk. ICP is offering devs something so much better to create their projects. Dfinity continues to lose voting power, more coins are being locked up for voting, NNS is in control of the network through the protocol, and almost every project starts out with a large amount of coins going to the creators. My average buy in is low 7's I'm not coping at all and I feel I discovered the project too late after finally looking into it.

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ICP is the only web3 project there is - name one that is doing everything on chain and is as decentralized as ICP is. Everything else runs on AWS. ICP continues to decentralize as it grows as well - there is definitely room to improve there when it comes to nodes. Boundary nodes will soon be under NNS control control which means the community will have the final say. The protocol ensures that.

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"fully decentralized" "running on ICP" pick one

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I member people buying ICP for 700 dollars.

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Uniswap front-end is now fully decentralized. Running on Internet Computer (ICP)

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Explain how ICP is not decentralized when dfinity does not have direct control over network decisions, cannot shut down the network, and cannot directly remove anything hosted on it? Surely you're not just repeating things you heard second hand, right?

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Web 3 is decentralized, ICP is not

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I mean, there's ICP which has a pretty expansive network even considering it's age but the mention of it sends this subreddit into a frothing rage.

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With that name we would have reached mainstream adoption faster. Look ICP.

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It'll happen on ICP once they have direct integration and can hold native Doge on the internet computer canisters. Then smart contracts for any integrated coin - BTC is first and it's on testnet due this year. Then ETH, not sure after that. Hopefully next year.

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Well, I scooped up a bunch of ICP at $5-$6…I just need like 5% of its ATH

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well you have ICP bags so... not going here for investment advice...

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There was clear price manipulation by the exchanges and FTX ICP PERP - not by Dfinity. Are they setting the prices on exchanges themselves? No. The report was clearly a paid hit piece done by Arkham and coupled with a lawsuit by Ava labs this project was under attack. Who was forbidden to sell? The neuron locks the seed investors got along with their HUGE returns? I don't care what you do really but I'll talk about ICP wherever I want since it's been a year of FUD thanks to uniformed posters like yourself.

Cash out? I'm still holding my ICP in hopes of something extraordinary lol

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You can if you buy ICP and wait 10 years

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Understood. All I’m buying now are ICP, LUNA, LUNC, and ETHW

You admit to price manipulation (as if ICP was not a part of it) and then dismiss everything else by saying "FUD". You downplay a CRIMINAL offense by saying "he reacted poorly". Looks to me that you're the paid account. I looked into ICP, saw huge red flags, and would not touch it with a ten foot pole. Go shill somewhere else.

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The early prices were proven manipulation, and the project has endured a well funded smear campaign that you obviously bought into. They even went right to the NYTimes with a FUD article from a shady company, Arkham, that has ties to Tim Draper who is now pushing Urbit, some ICP "like" project. Seed investors saw HUGE returns and I think that became a problem of having coins in Neurons because of price manipulation and FTX ICP PERP pushing the price so high so they could short it and destroy the project. It's working well here obviously. Definitely Dom flew off the handle and reacted poorly to people trying to destroy his life's work because of the scope of the project. And this FUD again? That FUD you mean? The paid FUD repeated everywhere, and most accounts that were early posters of it are now suspended accounts? Reddit's take is pretty poor on ICP and will remain so since no one looks into what actually happened.

Oh, the coin that was listed on Binance, Coinbase and Huobi day one? The coin that was forbidden to sell to early investors, but the early early investors were able to sell? The coin whose CEO put up a doxx bounty on people that had criticism towards ICP? That ICP?

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Any status update on my ICP flair - no one report me to the suicide hotline again please!

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Start up your downvote engines - I'm going to talk about ICP. Only one blockchain project is letting you build real world use case projects with smart contracts that serve web content, a smart contract website, and is entirely on chain. That's ICP. Build anything you want on chain accessible by browsers that includes storage, web content, HTTPS calls off-chain to get data onto the chain, and BTC direct integration to write smart contracts for BTC and write BTC transactions to the BTC mainnet. If you don't know that BTC smart contracts are coming for ICP, and that's using native BTC without bridges, then you should look into it! See ya at the bottom of the thread!

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Singlehandedly bringing ICP back - it needs another look after the manipulation was exposed!

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Downvote collector here - ICP is going to come out of this. The ability to create smart contracts that serve web content is going to be major and it's only done on ICP!

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You’d sell and then buy the same coins though? It would only make sense to sell ETH and BTC for whatever you can get now and then buy some low-price coins that will skyrocket over the next year or so. LUNC, SHIB, LRC, ICP are my top picks. Trust me.

A decentralized internet is what ICP is trying to do.

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Nice link to a paid FUD article! You can't tell that? Arkham Intelligence, a "project" by Tim Draper, came out of nowhere to create a hit piece on ICP that somehow made it into the NYTimes. And then spread all over this website. It's actually pretty sad no one can see that and would even link to this article.

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Ah maybe it's there on mobile! Sure this is a pretty good article that sums it up: [ICP <> BTC Integration!](https://medium.com/dfinity/btc-icp-integration-beta-release-the-bitcoin-testnet-api-is-now-available-bab84c378c1e) What I'm most excited about here, besides being able to hold native BTC on an ICP canister, is smart contracts that can be written in BTC. And for Doge too when they integrate. ETH is planned after BTC too. Thanks for asking!

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Best project in the space - no one else is serving web content smart contracts from the blockchain like ICP is! You should probably read up on it if all the above there wasn't clear to you since ICP is heavily censored on this site. See ya!

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I've never heard of Klaytn or Klex, but I believe Flare is in a better position to thrive in the Defi ecosystem because Flare and ICP are both future-oriented platforms in terms of integrating other blockchains to allow them to work together via cross-chain interoperability.

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Is... Is this a shill post for ICP?

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I don't avoid them, per se, but I usually grab alt coins thru TW / Pancake Swap it's how I bought the coin that must not be named &#x200B; I think I saw ICP on there but it kinda sucks needing BNB for gas fee

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Okay now do ICP

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Why not use no bridge at all - ICP will do that with direct integration. Write directly to the BTC mainnet from the IC, the IC holds native BTC. Then more chains. <-- downvote somewhere over here friends

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Get ready to downvote I'm going to mention ICP! One thing is stop crapping all over ICP every time it's mentioned since it's the easiest system to build an entire website smart contract on for devs who don't have a ton of money, a replacement to the mess of AWS and the traditional IT stack. You can push a website live on chain for less than 10 bucks - anything you can build on web2 will run on web3 other than, for now, enterprise level solutions. A blog, video streaming, etsy like store - build right on the blockchain for almost no cost! Everyone will be using crypto!

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To buy ICP? It's on major exchanges. Coinbase, Binance, etc.

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You'll be able to swap BTC for ICP, and any other chain that ICP integrates with, once full integration is live. BTC to your ICP canister which holds BTC then swap for ICP. ICP is a reverse gas model and canister owners pay that gas. It's incredibly small anyway like .001 ICP.

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> IBC is the Cosmos SDK module which defines the standard for cross-chain communication within the Cosmos Network, similar to TCP/IP on the internet. IBC packets are transported between chains by relayers. IBC is great tech and making bridges more secure but they're still bridges. ICP is going to work directly with the mainnet of other chains. No bridges, no relays, no wrapping, no anything other than ICP <> BTC by writing transactions directly to BTC since ICP canisters will hold native BTC. Good luck - cosmos is great! <--downvote is right over here friends!

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Resident ICP shill here! Video streaming content on the internet computer will be coming soon offering an on chain streaming solution. Some sites on ICP are hosting videos from the blockchain already. Meaning - your videos and stream lives on chain in a decentralized environment where you can't be banished from traditional streaming hosts for your content. Also this website is a smart contract itself where everything is living on chain - the content, storage, and wallet live together on chain. The only chain that can do it! <----downvote over here friends!

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ICP blowing up into a top 5 project would be one of the most “because crypto” things ever. Investing opposite of this sub’s general consensus isn’t a particularly bad game plan either. Guess I’ll go buy a couple ICP, I’ve wasted $10 on worse things.

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Get your downvotes ready I'm going to mention ICP. IBC is great tech. It's taking bridges and making them a lot more secure. I think ICP has a better solution with direct integration though - no bridges at all and will create a transaction directly on the mainnet of BTC for example. No bridges, no relays, no anything other than ICP <> BTC. Plus all of this happens on web enabled smart contracts which no other chain can do. This really will bring in web3 since everything is on chain - website, contracts, storage, wallets all in one spot.

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Get your downvotes ready I'm going to mention ICP. IBC is great tech. It's taking bridges and making them a lot more secure. I think ICP has a better solution with direct integration though - no bridges at all and will create a transaction directly on the mainnet of BTC for example. No bridges, no relays, no anything other than ICP <> BTC. Plus all of this happens on web enabled smart contracts which no other chain can do. This really will bring in web3 since everything is on chain - website, contracts, storage, wallets all in one spot.

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Only one platform is giving you web enabled smart contracts that live on chain - that's ICP. With use cases like this were you signup on a web2 service, get paid on a web2 service, buy in on a web2 service, but you get a token in a wallet that's completely separate from all that you're not running an on chain solution. Does that make sense? There's no real use for the chain in that scenario that I can see.

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I invested in ICP , bad things happen in life sometimes

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I can’t reveal all of my investing secrets, but LUNC and ICP are my long holds. Anything queen Elizabeth-related is gold in my eyes.

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Any chance I could buy like $5 of ICP off you for $5 BTC? What are the gas fees like? I'm guessing I would use Pancake Swap?

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Safemoon, LRC, or ICP have all of the implementation protocols that you’re looking for. Near infinite scalability and impossibly credentialed devs make all of these projects incredible for development and upside potential over the next free years.

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I’m ICP / BTC / ETH — once and a while I stack some more XRP

Flux is doing okay things but certainly is not doing better than ICP in this regard I think. ICP is a fully on chain solution and no one else has web enabled smart contracts like this.

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Anyone who actually takes a good look at ICP would see that their work is definitely not trivial, even just looking at the team would do that. Too bad everyone here just seems to hate it due to the ICO stuff. I don't even hold ICP, but have been looking into it. Good luck.

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Yeah we're gonna turn it around. Native BTC on the IC. Only chain to do it. HTTPS API calls to get off-chain data. Only chain to do it. Smart contracts of 8GB in size and soon 300GB in size. Only chain to do it and will allow this for all chains that they integrate with. **Native** BTC smart contracts? Yes. -resident ICP shiller

You'll soon find out about BTC direct integration and people are writing smart contracts and DeFi for native BTC right now. No bridges, no relays - ICP <> BTC. Thanks for the reply!

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Their bad start is my good time to buy converting my old coins on TW to ICP

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This is actually pretty usefull...I didn't know this about ICP.

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Protect against BGP hijacking with a decentralized web site by building on ICP and using Internet Identity and threshold ECDSA. -resident ICP shill

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wait wat wat so ICP is a good buy?

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ICP - yeah I know. It's costs basically zero to build your own website on it. No AWS hosting fees, bandwith, storage, etc. You're going to see a lot of people working on the internet computer to move away from the platform risk and costs that AWS has. Plus it's just that much cheaper - $5 a year for a GB