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What are ZK-Rollups and why they're the best investment you can make in 2022.

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I analysed if coins/tokens actually pump after Coin Bureau mentions them

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Immutable X: IMX Ready To ROLL?? Complete Overview!! 🤓

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[AIRDROP] PlanetQuest is still giving out free NFT's on ImmutableX

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Gods: Unchained - Don't sleep on it

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Claim NFT for early supporters!

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Grab your free NFT on immutableX

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Air Drops?? I’m hoping for these roll ups, comment your thoughts guys

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Mintable enables IMX Layer 2 to help with gas fees

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Crypto gaming does not sucks.

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Make the most of metaverse hype

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Some sad new

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Did I just paid 80 bucks for transferring $2.49?

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Vitalik Buterin has only made two VC investments: one in solar energy and one in the company that created IMX

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I beleive that gods unchained will be the next big hit after axie.

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Bearish on IMX. You have to purchase a token that can't be swapped or traded back to anything of value to purchase the NFTs which only exist on the IMX chain. So kind of trash money grab.

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Disney is launching their own metaverse and partnering with IMX to mint NFTs. Bullish on IMX

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What do we think of IMX ?

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I literally posted yestersay about how good investing in IMX will be at this price and i didn't. Now its up 20-30%.

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i swear i have a 6th sense for making bad crypto decisions. yesterday, I: * sold my DOT at a profit but it kept pumping * sold a little ONE because i thought it would keep dropping back to 30 * then hesitated to buy IMX and it went up like crazy

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ADA end of cycle, COTI and IMX end of year or longer depending on their movement

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I have a Wild Turtles one from IMX and have won 2 other NFTs and even some ETH for being a 'diamond hands' on discord.

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Check out IMX (Impermax) finance on AVAX chain. Great APR for single-sided Avax staking

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Serious question, why would you buy LRC which only really has gamestop and a new nft marketplace when IMX already has that and way more reputable partnerships that are currently ongoing

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In my opinion Loopring is going to play a large role in the wider adoption of crypto that will be ushered in by the lowering of the barrier of entry thanks to Layer 2 technology. Other ones in this space that I have my eye on are IMX, Sys coin and Zkswap.

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Tl;dr : BTC ETH UNI MATIC IMX XTZ Tezos Elrond Helium

I'm biased but how many L2s will make it big? You've already got MATIC (although a sidechain) and then you've got LRC who's got a cult like following. IMX while superb (I had done some DD) I have my doubts whether there's enough market space for another L2 for ETH. What I especially liked about IMX was that it went for the gaming P2E crowd which means faster adoption. Note: I'm a LRC holder so my take might be biased

IMX is an awesome platform. Custom built for NFTs and high volume low cost. I hold a bit and have some wrapped ETH on the platform so I could trade Zombie Squirrels lol. Also the card game that sort of started it all, Gods Unchained, has a pretty serious following and is a complete game kind of like Magic the Gathering. Not my cup of tea, but it's like a legit fleshed out complete game, so that's cool.

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Illuvium will be on L2 but you'll still need to pay fees to get ETH/IMX to L2,B right?

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Ofc CTSI pumps hard just 2 dayy after I swapped my bag of it for IMX. Small bag luckily

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Agreed. Get some L2 action, it's going to be huge this year. LRC, MATIC, IMX, etc.

OMI is moving from GoChain to ERC20 (IMX)…so OMI token will still be used. And you can only use the gem currency within the app which is underpinned by the OMI token… https://medium.com/ecomi/ecomi-x-immutable-migration-start-here-b275b91fe7b0

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Solid. I'd add RMRK or IMX for NFT angle, JEWEL for gamefi, but that's just me

I like VEVE but from my understanding the token is optional when buying NFTs. Also, they have moved to ImmutableX so it looks like transaction fees would be paid in IMX. Let me know if I off though

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It’s great! A lot of games are going to be built on it for the cheap fees. Gods Unchained uses IMX.

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Show her the Veve app. Easy to purchase, fun if not often frustrating drop system. Simple to use. Licensed NFT's on the IMX blockchain.

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IMX is now on Coinbase, and they have a bunch of projects launching on their chain, including some great games. I’m super bullish on IMX right now in addition to MATIC and LRC.

How many on here are aware of/invested in the IMX project?

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I have a strange feeling IMX might explode this year

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Anyone have thoughts on DOT/RARI/IMX? Just trying to see if there’s any sentiment towards these 3 currently

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PUSH. Have been building and testing all through 2021 and going to main net tomorrow. Excited to see what the first wave of web3 infrastructure looks like live. IMX for them being the first ZK metaverse play. DPX, LYRA - options markets.

IMX is at least 6 months ahead of GME/LRC marketplace. The IMX NFT marketplace is doing less than $50k in daily volume ... basically almost nothing and projects that planned to launch on there have been cancelling and moving back to L1 Eth based on community demand. GME is going to have some pretty special sauce to get any traction on their NFT marketplace. Just having a "gas-free L2 NFT marketplace" as a feature is just a big fart. If they launch and it's 6 months on and their LRC marketplace is a ghost town? Obviously not good for LRC. The DEX stuff might carry LRC? idk I'm not really following CEX/DEX stuff.

Its growth has been stunted by stuff like IMX and this crash from the FED increase in interest rates.

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Looks interesting. They have licenses for a lot of big things, like marvel for example. They have a partnership with IMX too. I think Andre Jikh has done a a couple videos on it

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Huh ? ACH and IMX literally mooning right now as we speak

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Anyone aware of when the IMX staking wallet is coming out, been waiting ages for it

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Well hello there Mr. IMX megapump.

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I’m playing a card game called Gods Unchained. Except for the basic cards, the best cards are NFTs you can buy and sell on an L2 called IMX. The market and motivation to buy is obvious. Why are people buying randomly generated jpgs for a million bucks? No clue, man. No clue.

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if you like magic the gathering arena, check out r/GodsUnchained 😎 all your cards are NFT’s and you can easily list and trade on the IMX marketplace. you also earn $GODS weekly based upon objectives that get completed

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Sure, my most interesting projects based on current hype are: ENJ, RARI, IMX, CRO, CKB

What about IMX? Looks like I'm going to go buy some more LRC then

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How many people minting NFTs care about "maintaining Layer 1 security"? I would guess it's a very minor consideration for most people trading NFTs. IMX launched an NFT marketplace around Oct '21? I haven't been following IMX NFTs much, but how is their initial traction? I haven't seen any metrics or polling on that question - curious about it because if it was a more significantly valued feature it would be a case for being bullish on LRC. Security of Eth L1 NFTs is total garbage ... not because Eth doesn't have a great security model, it's because people are inherently naive about technology and phishing and other basic exploits are VERY successful in that space right now. As a techie who owns NFTs on Eth, Polygon and Solana, the worry about losing my NFTs due to an actual exploit of the underlying chain? No, that's not a concern. Yes, I can see it's a very, very slim risk but having my metamask password leaked is really such a much bigger risk. Eth NFT twitter space is filled with the dangers and stories of people being hacked. Eth L1 NFTs dominate because that's where all the NFT volume is. If it's not Eth L1 on OpenSea, then it doesn't have the volume and the value crashes and people don't want to buy NFTs whose value is going to crash. At least, that maxim held until Aug '21 or so when NFT minting could still be had at around $30. Now that it's been sitting around $200 the NFT volume has begun shifting. Polygon NFTs have had crap traction because of that network effect. At least that's my anecdotal assumption from being active in NFT spaces the last six months. Projects that try to launch on Polygon flop because they're seen as only dropping in value, it has a reputation as a chain for "low-value JPEGs". Solana NFTs were first launched in July '21. They've managed to do OK with traction since then, currently sitting around mybe 1/5th the total volume of Eth L1 NFTs. Solana NFT volume picked up enough in Nov/Dec to moon some Solana NFT projects, which has boosted adoption of Solana a fair bit, I believe. I know larger, more well funded/hyped projects have begun launching on Solana. All newly launched NFT Marketplaces start by attracting low funded projects/creators and big players don't start to come in until en masse until they see adoption metrics moving in a strong enough pattern. I'm very curious about OpenSeas dev roadmap. It's obvious they'll be expanding beyond just L1 Eth and Polygon on their platform, but which chains will be next? If it's IMX and LRC, that would give them a big boost. If it's Solana, then I could see Solana taking the throne from Eth for total volume traded by the end of this year. GameStop and CoinBase are both launching NFT marketplaces in the near term. They both have enough name recognition to bring in new users to create significant volume. GameStop is confirmed to be Loopring, CoinBase is still unrelaved, but likely either to be Eth L1 + Polygon or Polygon only at launch.

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IMX lets you do it for free

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IMX is a much better fit for Gamestop and always has been

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*IMX has entered the chat*

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Coins that have actual business. ETH, Matic, IMX being my top3. Coins that are 100% speculative will fare worse.

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If I remember correctly, the team holds a huge portion of the supply (like 90% I believe it is). Which means that as they release those coins in the future, it will dilute the price and so IMX probably won't go parabolic for a while. I still think it's a good project, just don't expect it to moon like crazy while there is a huge supply still locked up. It's also fairly new, so has not had the time to be hyped up yet I suppose.

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I’m sorry, do you even use L2’s? I just spent $110 worth of gas to transfer my Ethereum into Immutable X yesterday. It is a very real problem. Many of the poorer gamers using that rollup can’t even get their airdropped IMX tokens out of Immutable yet because the gas is higher than their accumulated token value. Everyone is an expert here apparently lol

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If the Ethereum blockchain goes down? That's what you're asking? Or, are you talking about L2s? Because both IMX and Loopring work on escape hatches where if any nodes or servers go down, all assets are immediately moved to L1... At which point we're talking about the Ethereum "servers" going down again.

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Do you own the copyright for an image if you buy a painting, album, hockey card, or anything else? Name one thing you own that you have the copyright to. L2s are solving that. I know Loopring had just unveiled their NFT capabilities, where minting, buying, selling are all basically free.. IMX too... I own several hundred TCG cards for their Gods Unchained TCG... No gas fees.

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Invest in IMX then?

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So many amazing options to choose from! Loopring, ZkSync, DyDx, starkware, IMX, diversiFi and soon Polygon Hermez. I might have left some out, get that zero knowledge word out!

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Yup. Will be interested to see if something like ImmutableX can handle a pseudo-DOS attack like Polygon's struggles with the sun flower game. Polygon advertised 10k TPS and IMX says they can do 9k, but IDK how accurate either figure is.

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Could I get a summary of IMX? what's so good about it? Not saying it's not good, I'm genuinely trying to learn

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Anyone else invested in IMX? Seems to be on a bit of a pump over the last 24 hours.

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I'm bullish on IMX. Been using it since it launched with Gods Unchained and it works quickly and cheaply.

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Ez IMX play, so much going to use it, veve and all the games

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I got IMX on KuCoin.

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Man I would like to get some IMX but fees are a bitch and I dont have moonpay on my country.

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Eth based - Matic/Polygon, LRC, IMX. Have not transacted on LRC myself but the other two have been pretty awesome. I'm not comfortable paying upwards of $100 usd to interact with defi/ smart cobtracts on eth mainnet, so polygon has allowed me to get some decent staking rewards without using Eth L1. IMX is strictly a NFT marketplace on layer 2 which, if you have bought anything on opensea over eth main net, or tried to mint something over Eth that was a relatively popular drop... The fees get intense. Multiple successful gaming projects that are either live or in development on IMX. They have swap protocols in their roadmap but no current was to swap tokens on IMX as of now.

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the only one that is currently well priced for entry is IMX

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Carful on the crazy Inflation for IMX though

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Great choice on that IMX. ![gif](giphy|30S0I9IR0hBDatnZNR|downsized)

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IMX sir give it a go

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Best piece of read on this sub in a long time for me. I actually like ZkSync and minted my first and only NFT there, just to see how its done. Do you have an opinion you wanna share on IMX? I recently bought a few of that and just because I was hinted it was one pf the good ones. Is it?

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Yeah, IMX is gonna be done very soon, people won't really take notice of the veve NFTs until they start popping up on immutable and OpenSea.

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IMX, ROSE, KDA First two already have several partnerships, KDA is a unique longstanding layer one.

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Immutable X (IMX) has partnered with StarkWare. Watching StarkNet closely on Discord, but until they release a token I'll stick with IMX. Their team seems to be attracting some quality talent

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Moved some ATOM profits into IMX and DOT

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IMX for the gains, MATIC for the safety and not-LRC because of the community 😎

Nice post, have been buying LRC & IMX I will defiantly diversify a little more.

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Sounds like there's great entry points to be had for IMX

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Did not know Immutable X (IMX) was a zk-Rollup crypto. Been eyeing it but even more reason to invest now

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What do you consider meta verse here? Obviously mana and sand but what about tokens like IMX and ENJIN?

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LRC and MATIC are great projects, however we cannot sleep on IMX

What's everyone's L2 plays? It's only natural to think if ETH keeps taking over than L2 are a wise investment going forward. I have LRC and a small bag of Matic. and I'm looking to take a position in IMX soon. Anything else that's interesting?

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IMX and Loopring

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I'd honestly just stick with the bigger names like Matic and LRC They are ahead of the game currently. If you wanted something nft specific you could check out IMX

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Oh man so bullish I’m on IMX.

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i love IMX especially with what they're doing towards the NFT gaming marketplace. Feels good to buy Gods Unchained cards without getting gas fees up my ass

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Is there any reason why people are not bullish on IMX? Nobody is mentioning it here. They already have a successful marketplace too

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Great post OP. I’ve been filling my MATIC and IMX bags for awhile now.

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I wanna take a position in IMX but it's short history looks kinda dodgy. What's everyone's thoughts on the project?

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IMX especially with NFTs coming into the mix more.

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ZkRollups will be ruling the roost for the Metaverse. IMX might be the one horse for that, but I wouldn’t discount Syscoin either as it will provide the infrastructure you’ll need for the Metaverse. Overall you can't go wrong with any of them.

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It's a given LRC and MATIC will do well. But I think IMX is being overlooked by the market.

Well I'll give you the advice I'm giving everyone for 2022. Bet on ZK-Rollup projects and you'll do great. Either that is MATIC, SYS, LRC, IMX, DUSK or other. You just can't go wrong with any of them, I'm almost 100% sure they will all blow up in 2022.

Yeah somehow its missing, Syscoin is tagged as: "A public, decentralized development platform" and on the "Scaling" category, but not on "Smart Contract Platform". I'm guessing next year we will have a "ZK-Rollup" category and I'm intrigued to see who's gonna be on top. Sys? Matic? LRC? IMX? or other?

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So this is all going to be an opinion, but the opinion I'm sharing is formed from experience, diligence, and some success. Crypto reddit is great for keeping sort of a general pulse on things crypto related, but the strongest information and sentiments that I've found has been around crypto twitter and the specific discord channels of solid projects. People saw how successful the first famous airdrops were in bootstrapping a dapp as well as making the holder quiet wealthy for just having been users of the dapp before (I'm thinking Uniswap). A few more prominent protocols have followed suit and done a similar thing in the last year or so. Recently, I'm thinking $ENS, $IMX, and $GODS (dm me if anyone has specific questions about those 3 particular drops). Users now just have come to expect an airdrop if you're launching a protocol. I guess the point I'm making with this first bit is that you need to just get out into defi and utilize the space. Find dapps you are interested in and participate. Discover upcoming projects that believe to be worthwhile. For me right, I am very keen on paying attention to projects like Zapper, Tokemak, Alchemix, Olympus DAO, [REDACTED] Cartel, Membrane, Popsicle Finance, Abracadabra Money. Spend some time browsing and following solid names among crypto twitter, especially DAO's and developers themselves. The culture is fascinating and interpreting memes can end up being way more important than people realize. Ultimately though, there are some REALLY smart and talented people that post very solid information regularly about all manner of things, airdrop possibilities included. There's even a twitter handle dedicated to air drop information (dm me if you would like me to share). Join protocol discords. Protocol discords will most likely have channels dedicated to talking about other protocols or degen content. When there's a narrative shift, the same projects tend to keep coming up among channels. You can begin to see trends overtime and sometimes those trends bleed over to twitter. And if there is a project, there's gonna be a token these days. If there's a token, then there is most likely going to be an airdrop as well. Finally, if you're looking for something that's like "HERE'S TOKEN NAME FOR DA FREE MONEE" then you're gonna be really disappointed. It takes time, curiosity, diligence, most likely some capital, and sometimes some risk. After all, Airdrops seem to usually be a means of rewarding users that brought revenue or popularity to a protocol. I've always found that it's totally worth it. I've come out more savvy, informed, and successful through these things. If you are into crypto, it will really behoove you to play around in the space and entertain more learning possibilities and narratives around defi. Anyway there are my thoughts. Hate them or check em out.

I feel like listings always can go either way. Ingot screwed on IMX after listing, but I'm still holding

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IMX is having a good dip, but I'm bullish on it for 2022. And of course HarryPotterObamaSonic10Inu

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Whose bullish on IMX? Thinking of loading up a bit, isn’t staking suppose to go live sometime this year?

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IMX and DYDX, got my money on zk and L2

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Just bought some LRC and IMX. Layer 2s ftw.

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The real answer is: **ZK-Rollup and Scalable coins.** Those are the true growers this year, and in Q1 you'll understand why. Naming a few: LRC, MATIC, SYS, IMX, DUSK, ZKSync and others.

Syscoin is really blowing up lately, and for a reason, with ETH Based Smart Contract with BTC Security by being merge-mined. And with 2022 being ZKRollup's year, It is obviously one huge contender for that #1 spot. Although we can't rule out IMX, MATIC, DUSK etc... But one thing I'm pretty sure, SYS is not even 10% of what it could be in the future.

I would say IMX. Under 1B market cap. Layer 2 NFT marketplace. Has several partnerships in place already. Currently very under valued — has a lot of room to grow in a year that could be very good for layer 2s.

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IMO either an L2 related coin like LRC/Matic/IMX/Zkswap/Syscoin or one of the following: CKB for interesting interoperability tech or RSR for possible innovation in the financial space.

Other blockchains are already emerging, thats why out of nowhere in 2021 came MATIC, AVAX, SOL etc. 2022 will be the same, but this time with ZKRollup projects, such as IMX, SYS, DUSK or even MATIC again. The question laying here is that ETH 2.0 going to PoS, most of this chains will be obsolete in comparison to ETH 2.0, only the ones leveraging security will have somewhat of a difference.

>99% of the apes saying LRC has the best tech barely understand what LRC tech is. > >LRC doesn’t have a zkEVM and they aren’t creating their own, but are rather \[allegedly\] helping AppliedZKP (Ethereum foundation) build theirs. This zkEVM doesn’t even have a tentative release date, and, due to Ethereums history of delays, it likely won’t come out for some time. Starkware’s Starknet zkEVM is already in alpha, zkSync’s zkEVM is in test net, and Polygon Hermez’s zkEVM is coming out in Q3 2022. > >Not to mention that Loopring’s relayers are centralized to their team and they can censor your transactions if they wanted to. zkSync and Starknet are also centralized, but they have roadmaps as to how they will decentralize in the near future, whereas Loopring does not. > >Loopring is only trading at more than 50 cents because of a flood of speculation and GME apes, not the tech. Don’t get me wrong, it has good tech, but the amount of misinformation is this post is laughable. Thank you ffs! Everyone talking about LRC when most ZKRollups options are better. IMX, DUSK, SYS or even MATIC...

Yes especially a gaming company like Square Enix. I don't want to be too stereotypical, but I do feel like there is an overlap with SE fanbase/Japanese culture and collectibles. Obviously that's probably an over-generalized statement, but I think IMX/SE partnership would bode well for both in the long run. Especially with IMX being listed on larger exchanges

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I bought IMX bc of the Square Enix Collab

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