There's so much happening on the crypto space... metaverse could be a very solid one... not having any SAND or MANA is possibly riskier than not having none... the same goes for oracles like LINK or DIA among the growth of the data hungry crypto space and the rise of web3
>People getting hacked, seems to always involve Metamask somehow. Somehow sounds like there is a secret way to get hacked if you use metamask. The truth is, that many people just fall for scam sites. Metamask (browser extension, stricly speaking) is triggered by a web3 js snippet that invokes the metamask popup. If the site "looks like the original site", then people simply accept that they have to "sign in with metamask", enter their password and they think its normal. People are just dumb, we saw the massive amount of scam sites when [decentraland.org](https://decentraland.org)'s MANA pumped. The URL [decentraland.org](https://decentraland.org) might look similar to decentralnd\_org or dezentraland\_org or anything else you want to use to fake the original, and they all can just trigger Metamask. It's your responsibility to verify that you are on the actualy page. ​ Using a second profile for sign ins is also a good advice. The default profile should not contain any tokens, only after verifying that the site is legit you sign on with the actual account. Plus, metamask requires you to verify transactions. If you get hacked with metamask, you would get hacked with any other browser extension wallet. ​ People are dumb, dont forget that the nigerian prince scam still works...
I will list random tokens I googled, all in top 200 list, someone tell me wtf is point of any of them * Dogecoin * TRON * APE * MANA * HBAR * QNT * THETA * AXS * OKB * TRG * YHG Yes, eventually I just started typing random letters because it was getting ridiculous. Can someone explain to me the pros and cons of holding an APE token vs a QNT token, and what value I get from either????
This. Even with gaming NFTs. I feel like it's becoming too redundant, too focused on making money than the competitiveness and fun of the games. Most likely leading to a better interest in traditional gaming instead. Though a CRO report did say it's a growing market with GALA, MANA etc performing well, I don't think it's going to be as consistent as we'd think unless some changes happen. Like I saw ALBT mention entering GameFi but by assisting the integration of liquidity mining or staking directly into the game. I feel like that would lead to more room for fun and less on actively attempting to earn. Also, SAND and their metaverse is the only one I see doing actually decent for now, personal opinion though.
Maybe i'm looking at it wrong but I don't "invest" in crypto, I gamble in it. I don't know if any of this crypto I own is going to be used for anything or even if it is going to grow in the future, but I know for sure that my AAPL stock will be worth more when i retire than it is today. crypto positions: ETH, ADA, SOL, MANA....smaller holdings in a bunch of others.
It's a tough situation having a few coins I want to get rid of but they are so low right now. It's the battle of sell them for whatever they are worth now and put into a better solid project or use that money to DCA heavily into my better holdings. I go back and forth just losing my mind. XYO HBAR DOT MANA. These are what I want to get rid of but just don't know. Helpppppp
Today morning I heard on Greek radio, during a daily show about investments, that SOL and MANA will go back on Dec 2021 prices within the next three months according to an AI machine prediction. Has anyone heard anything about it? I am keen to invest as I trust this show, and their predictions have been proven quite accurate in the past.
Had a few 100x+s, NANO, DOGE, BNB, MANA Speaking of which you reminded me of BNB which is definitely the best, but I only had 100 of them from back in 2017 when they were starting off just over $1 I thought i needed them to trade on the platform so I put $120 or so into them, tossed them last year around $500ish
tldr; GLO, ADA, and MANA could all have a great summer. They might be what your portfolio needs to start seeing good returns in both the short and long-term. Uniglo is the world’s first community-driven asset-backed ultra-burn deflationary token. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
> Do you guys think it's worth investing in MANA or SAND or any other related coins/tokens? No. > I've heard about the virtual real estate. Could this be something? Fuck no. > What are the general thoughts on the metaverse? Kill me now. > Could this be legit? Legit way for corps to make $$$, sure. > Is it a bubble? Not really, it just sucks.
Hot take invest in Meta (FB). I say this to show you how shorty investments in the meta verse is right now. Meta may actually be the best metaverse investment right now. I’d be on Meta succeeding before MANA & SAND. Tbh I’d stay away from metaverse investing right now, not worth the high risk.
Eth is sort of like buying an index in a way. Since all these, or most of these, tokens are on Ethereum, or an L2, they contribute to burning fees and all that good stuff. If these tokens contribute to economy of the network then they will be correlated in price. If MANA and SAND do well then Eth price will most likely do well too.
It's very hard to tell because the metaverse is so new. Most people on here are going to tell you it's a scam and not to go into it. A lot of them will be right, but in the end I believe they'll all be wrong Right now the metaverse is just so young. It's Second Life and VRChat. We've barely touched the surface. But 10, 20, 30 years from now? It's only going to get more intense and expansive. Eventually things will be more interconnected and there will truly be vast metaverse that we can plug into virtually and explore. People will want to own land in them. People will want to own as much of it as they can. The question for you is which company will truly turn the metaverse from what it is now into what it will be. I personally doubt that SAND and MANA have the capabilities. I'm keeping an eye on Facebook/Meta as they seem to be the most dedicated. Everyone shits on them for it, but what if they succeed? It's literally a trillion dollar idea of they can pull it off. It seems more like that a company that hasn't dipped their toes in it yet will be end up having the most successful metaverse project given there is so much more to accomplish in that area.
I have small bags of MANA, GALA, Enjin and SAND. I believe those are quite good metaverse projects, and I am generally big fan of metaverse, but I also believe we are on just a beginning of very long journey. Most projects will fail in long term, new ones will be created.
This is from today… give me any other Crypto and I can give you examples/evidence [MANA](https://www.reddit.com/user/Weak-Sun5398/comments/wd1bus/crypto_supply_and_demand_failure_mana_073122/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf)
Check for yourself. Here’s a $100 MANA transaction corrected to a lower value by a $5 MANA transaction. [lol](https://www.reddit.com/user/Weak-Sun5398/comments/wd1bus/crypto_supply_and_demand_failure_mana_073122/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf)
the biggest change for me has been to begin investing in utility tokens with clear use cases and utility (MANA, CRV, OBT, GRT, ENJ) instead of sinking money into speculative altcoins with no future past the inevitable dump. Also, I've started doing proper research before investing--if it looks sketchy, then it probably is
Why Cardano? BTC to gauge market; ETH for NFT and smart contract utility; SOL because NFTs are more fun/profitable than ETH, smart contracts and faster transfer speeds. SAND because I believe in the Metaverse and MATIC because I'm open minded and like the partners they have. Exited MANA and ApeCoin. Waiting for Facebook's metaverse.
This. There are so many uses for NFTs. Music based (XDB), publishing NFTs (DEIP), fractionalized NFTs (ALBT partners' IXS and Art Consortium). Gaming NFTs (SAND, GALA, MANA). Especially the latter. The market is growing exponentially. So much so that projects like Allianceblock that have been around since 2018 are now getting into GameFi and Axie has still remained in the top, even with competitors like FUFU, Cometh etc.
People talk a lot of shit about ApeCoin, but watching the Otherside metaverse test footage, the game looks just as legit as Decentraland or Sandbox, if not better…plus it has some real brand recognition. So if people think of SAND and MANA as a legitimate investment, why not ApeCoin? I actually think it has a better shot at actually breaking through to the mainstream.
I just think that the crypto space is very crowded. A lot of projects are solutions looking for problems. I don't really identify with the btc and eth maxis who think we're gonna live in this decentralized utopia. Thats all. Heavy into defi - Lots of liquidity farming with crazy APY. Getting into new defi projects where the token 40x'd in a matter of hours. IT was just a crazy time where as long as you weren't left holding the bag it was just money everywhere. Solana is more decentralized than a lot of layer 1's but less than others. Most of the criticism comes from Eth maxis. Not really an issue that bothers me as it's only 2 1/3 years old. The network outages are def an issue but keep in mind most chains can't even dream of the tps that Solana is putting in. Nobody is even close to the tps and I don't mind if they break a few parts pushing the tech. The recent updates have improved things a lot. I usually use them to stake and loan out. So passive income. I play some games and dabble in NFTs. The lower the cost of LINK the less expensive it is for projects to use Chainlink. Link price action seems to take that into account. Band is another oracle but that one suffers more from its tokenomics. I do not like Vechain at all. Hbar and XLM already have a pretty good foot in the door in terms of supply chain adoption. Vechain is a borderline scam imo. I went in on MANA and SAND really early and sold really early lol. I'm more into games like Aurory, Star Atlas and Nyan Heroes over the metaverse kinda stuff. Thats more of a personal choice for me though. I felt the same about the bayc thing but the video is pretty nuts. Def worth a watch.
tldr; The Sandbox is the most purchased metaverse altcoin among ETH's top 5,000 whales in the last seven days, according to WhaleStats' on-chain data. Apecoin (APE) and Decentraland (MANA) are the second and third most purchased altcoins. Enjin Coin (ENJ) and Axie Infinity (AXS) also appear on the top 10 most purchased tokens list. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
The funny thing is that a large amount of those projects are either non-functional like ENJ, or heavily out-dated like SAND/MANA. That's the one thing I don't understand with the hype around the Metaverse, other than a lot of money to be made by foolish investors?
>lly need to keep tabs on the crypto news when investing in Alts. Bad decisions can sink the price quick and also good to find ones with longer term visions and have real use cases. > >I’ve managed to narrow my dca to BTC, DOT, Cosmos, Algo, and Ada. Mine ADA, ALGO, UNISWAP, DOT, FTM, LINK, MATIC, MANA.
VET cost me too many potential gains. When it peaked April 2021 I should have sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars but held thinking it would continue. The rest of the market grew for the next 6ish weeks before the crash, but VET? Nope. It did nothing. It dropped to like 18-20 cents I believe and never went up higher again. I could have sold and moved into FTM, SOL, ENJ, RUNE, MANA, etc. i had a lot of people telling me to do that before all those coins and some others blew up. It bothers me every day. I could be a millionaire.