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Will I liquidate?

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What Coins in the Top 200 will decline short term?

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Next big thing?

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Is there a possible solution to the block size/decentralization debate? Or will Bitcoin's blockchain increase at 1MB every block forever?

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I used an algorithm to find coins that can 20x. Here are the results.

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Suggest 6 Coins From These 10 Coins as Good Investment For a Long Term

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Earn Free $3 Mina | MINA Coinbase Quiz Answers

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🟢 This crypto Friday looks quite green! KNC (+13.62%), APE (+10.88%) and XMR (+7.79%) showed the most active growth this week, and MINA (-31%), ANC (-26.12%) and CVX (-18.38%) dropped down more than others. Bitcoin is trading on $40.4k and Ethereum is on $3k.

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$MINA will start trading on Coinbase soon

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ETC and LRC biggest gainers as market looks stable over 2 trillion

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Best of 7,700 crypto projects by Github development activity

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MINA Price Analysis February 2022

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We need some hopium to get high and forget. This is what I am doing during this time of red colour!

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MINA "Delegation Program" - updates

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First annual MINA report is out!

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MINA Protocal may become deflationary if this proposal gets approved.

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Happy New Year!! Resolutions?

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My Crypto 2021 recap - how was yours?

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ZK roll ups are the future

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Binance retreat -> Metamask or Mathwallet

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What is your favorite “eco-friendly” coin and why should someone invest in it as an alt?

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MINA smart contracts are finally here!

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MINA smart wallets are finally here.

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A Deep Dive Into MINA: The World's Lightest Blockchain

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Investing In Mina Protocol (MINA) – Everything You Need to Know

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If you’re new then I’d stick with safer coins at least with 70% of your money - ETH and SOL for example don’t have the same risk of loss as most altcoins do For the other 30% you can move down the risk curve, but not too far - look at things like LINK, ROSE, MINA, OCEAN, FET. I’m not telling you to buy these but they’re smaller market caps with potential higher upside than ETH and SOL. Learn about market cap and how it affects performance, and also learn the difference between market cap and fully diluted valuation (FDV) Don’t follow influencers blindly - some might lead you to good coins, but remember all are trying to buy before you and sell before you too Join some telegram groups - every coin has one and there are others that are more social and people will share advice and advice and war stories that can help you DO NOT touch futures (leverage) or memes during your first cycle unless you have so much money you don’t mind losing it 😉 Ask lots of questions but be skeptical of anyone promising returns - it’s all a casino and every buy is a bet Welcome to the frontier

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

a secret play I'd been doing mid 2023 was buying coins that get listed on upbit (biggest korean crypto exchange). check out MINA and see the date when it got listed and you'll see what I mean. hasn't worked in a while unfortunately which is why I have no issue sharing this strat.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was pretty much FOMOing into everything at near ATH's Last cycle Even though I was pretty upset about it I didn't stop buying BTC through the bear.. just wish I had bought some alts through the bear too.. Anyways, yeah I'm just guessing. That's kind of the reason I posted... feels pointless. So I'm thinking about setting more incremental price targets on BTC and then dumping my poor performers at some percentage when BTC hits those price targets. And I'll only set price targets on the altcoins I actually am keeping up like MINA and AVAX or my new investments like AIOZ, AKT, etc

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Obv not all of them but I got totally owned on some of them so hard not to be salty. I really like BTC ETH obviously and MINA's tech is super cool to me. I am also still buying some alts right now so I obviously don't think it's all junk.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Solana and Stellar use Rust. Cardano uses Haskell. MINA has TypeScript. A valiant effort, but you’re just shilling.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

MINA been running hard this week

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

STX ROSE FET MINA WIF RNDR JASMY BTC ETH NOS are all nice :)

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PLEASE!!! Could someone please weigh in: I am planning to invest in these coins with at these prices APT ($10.90) , ARB ($1.81) , OP ($3.60) , MINA ($1.18) , TIA ($15.79) , RNDR ($6.95). This will be my altcoin bag. Should I be expecting a 20x during the parabolic stages of the bullrun with this bag? And someone for the love of God. Should I buy ARB or wait for the token unlock in two weeks time?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

For balance of low market cap, high upside potential and lowish risk I’d go with one of : $ROSE - Oasis Network $STG - Stargate Finance $AZERO - Aleph Zero $MINA - Mina Protocol If you want to take even lower risk with lower upside then : $SOL $AVAX $LINK Of course you can take almost no risk (in crypto terms) with : $BTC $ETH But you’re not gonna get much return from those two from $1000

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

CKB and ROSE (I do like MINA tho) I'll give an educated response. CKB is working on a BTC L2, very promising. ROSE is privacy focused and we will see that become a big narrative. Especially since we seen a Greyscale filling for a privacy coin ETF. I do like MINA. Guy from DC Spark who just finished his game on Cardano/Arbatrum said he would love to see a MINA/ADA/ARB collab. Jasmy is a shit coin. It's big with the Facebook groups and shit coin pumpers.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Should I buy JASMY, CKB, ROSE, or MINA?

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Oooh fun Mine looks like ETH: 71% BTC: 9% DOT: 5% FET: 5% MINA: 2% ROSE: 2% STX: 2% JASMY: 1% And random little things in the rest

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I feel pretty good about TIA and SUI (picked up some last month). I'm not a big fan of ETH L2s, so I'm ignoring IMX. MINA? No clue.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have too many old bags (XLM, CRO, ADA, TRX), need to replace them with some new coins which have higher chances of going up, any reco's ? I am thinking TiA, MINA, SUI, IMX, thoughts? anything in the #100-200 that looks promising?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

idk why people still hold these dino coins. look at what happened to XMR. I feel like a lot of those old coins that were hype in 2019 face the same fate. I’d recommend adapting to the market and getting in on new hypes. ARB, INJ, FET, PYR, WOO, 0x0, RNDR and MINA are some good examples imo

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Where are you guys holding bags at this year? I’ll be starting out this year with- ETH-$3000 BTC-$950 LRC-$50 MINA- $50 ADA- $30 TIA- $25 BONK- $1(to the moon)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What alts do you guys think could shine this year? I'm thinking IMX will keep running as games launch on it throughout the year and a few other game coins might fly, and AI coins like FET, RNDR, AKASH will also do well because of that narrative's momentum, and I think SOL's biggest competitors will be INJ, TIA, SEI, MINA but SOL will keep the highest volumes of them all. Also not counting out ETH quite yet. I think the rotation will come and it will start gaining on BTC once it does.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Will keep an eye on it but haha pretty glad I bought a little SEI before this pump. SOL whales are selling and buying into MINA and SEI, take that as you will

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Because I pay attention to whales and they're openly aping into SEI and MINA right now and selling SOL

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All in on MINA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

MINA is my top altcoin

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Those are solid 3 choices! I want them all. It's hard to pick one over the other because they all seem solid for this upcoming bull run. If I had to put them in order, though: Maybe something like FET, GRT, and TRAC. I'd choose MINA over GRT maybe, or RNDR- but, don't let me shill. I put TRAC last because it's maybe the riskier of the two, but I still have high hopes for the Origin Trail.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Honestly, I'd get rid of all of them. Get KDA -20% TAO 10% Near 10% FLUX 10% MINA 10% ROSE 10% FET 10% Space 5% Rio 5% Naka 5% Octa 5%

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

i’m a bit scared of how it fell off a cliff end of 2021, but it has done a x4 this year so there is that i’ll have to look at MINA, thank you 🤝

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thoughts on my portfolio rn? 68% ETH 9% BTC 7% LRC 7% DOT 3% FET 3% MINA 2% ROSE 1% MATIC/IMX/INJ

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Ofcourse, Cardano will look impressive if you compare it to the two worst chains out there. Try out NEAR, MINA and you will see how terrible cardano is.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

MINA. It's getting hot and has tons of fundraising. You can run a node on your cell phone. People are getting hyped.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So MINA doesn't give a shit about any christmas dip

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My bags are: LINK MINA IMX ARB SHIB INJ On my cold walket I have some BTC and ETH

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nice - I’m also a big fan and holder of MINA and ROSE, although they’ve both pumped a fair bit so wouldn’t necessarily say now is the best entry

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is the only sensible list I've seen here as it's not stuck in the last cycle. I'd prefer NTRN to MINA, as it is the only coin to accrue fees from the Cosmos ecosystem (ATOM does not). It might also make sense to look down chain on SOL and AVAX--ORCA, Qi, and BEAM, for example.

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MINA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Wow. Nobody mentioned TAO. My current favorite projects are TAO and KDA. Other good alts that I hold are MINA, NEAR and ROSE

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

MINA is the first interesting Layer 1 blockchain I've seen in awhile and it has done quite well recently.

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I'm gonna grab MINA KDA FLUX ROSE and IMX. Check them out

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MINA, slow development there.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

As far as bitcoin goes you are not gambling - I know at lot of cave dwelling guys on here (that think buying a coffee is a luxury) will tell you that crypto is risky etc - but look, once the world’s largest asset manager BlackRock files for a BTC ETF, you are no longer gambling but rather investing, and with an asset that’s likely to outperform stocks and real estate for the foreseeable future. That being said, for those small amounts I’d consider going for something with a lower market cap and higher upside potential. I’m not a fan of XRP personally but I guess it’s survived all these years, however it is a $32bn market cap so it’s not exactly going to give you 50-100x returns like some coins can Don’t just take my advice, but look into solid projects that have IRL utility and are sitting around the $200-500m market cap levels - ideally on big exchanges like Binance or Coinbase - here’s a few examples but like I said do your own research and don’t listen to coin recommendations from random internet strangers : $OCEAN - https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/ocean-protocol $ROSE - https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/oasis-network $MINA - https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/mina-protocol $TRAC - https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/origintrail These are just examples that I personally like and have done research on, and aren’t into the crazy high valuations yet… I’m sure you can filter coingecko by $100m - $500m market cap and find other things too Ultimately BTC is the lowest risk by far, but with that comes the lowest potential upside - so maybe stick with $50 BTC plus $50 into a smaller cap project? Just my 2c and as always this is NFA Good luck mate 👍

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Adding more ROSE, TIA, MINA to my gambling fund

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

MINA has good staking rates.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think MINA could do well, it at least can be a narrative play on the "modular" side of crypto. TEZOS on the other hand, well it had a decently healthy NFT scene with artists but I'm not sure it will ever be more than that.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What do we think of MINA and TEZOS. Both later 1 blockchain tokens. MINA went from .37 to .97 this week alone….👀 I’m doing some serious analytics with my crypto experience. I took the liberty of scrolling both these tokens to the top of my watchlist on Coinbase 😏

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It’ll melt faces like MINA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

BTC 25% and ETH 25% then slowly DCA into Alts over the next few months until the halving. LINK, QNT, HBAR, MINA. Of course the riskier you go the bigger your profits you get from your $10k investment

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was very much interested in MINA than I came to know it is a very old coin which had its glory days but it has good potential for sure

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Did you know MINA is the lightest blockchain in the world with a fixed size of 22KB? This compactness ensures that each participant acts as a full node, embodying the true essence of decentralization and minimizing the threat of potential 51% attacks. One notable feature is Mina's zkApps; they are smart contracts that use zero knowledge, allowing users to validate and share proof of their data without revealing the actual data itself. This is interesting. It's good to learn something every day.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Electroneum had potential, but MINA's innovation in mining is intriguing. Time will tell if they make a splash in the mining

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Electroneum I believe right? They had a supply of 21Billion, team was super weak too, I know MINA will likely fail I just like to see the innovation in mining. If they somehow pull through i could see them having significance in the mining community as a whole.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Honestly the evolution of mining is beautiful. Look at how MINA is looking to expand the succinct blockchain and making mining simple, I could see a future where we mine crypto on our phones.

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THETA MINA TOMI EGLD I actually never heard for these. I will google a little bit I guess. But I never believe these articles honestly.

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I've read about MINA b4 and that's interesting with such a small amount of data used could definitely fill a hole because I bet it's lightning quick

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If only I didn't sell my MINA tokens for that axie infinity hype and actually sold it for profit 😑

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MINA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm into MOON, SUI, MINA, RNDR, and ID

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Absolutely agree and I’d say they have achieved something remarkable and the community behind it is simply great. Certainly more active and involved than zcash counter part. Zcash was an amazing project, still has big progress in the making, but they destroyed the community when they broke their promise of being an asic resistant chain. The main scientists moved on making their own company (starkware) which are the founders of immutableX and have developed some amazing tech in just a few years. Zero Knowledge wise, I feel that MINA is the project with the most potential. Worldcoin approaching the space is also very interesting (ethic and fear mongering aside). All the best mate

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm 100 % into alts ( unfortunately ) I like so many projects cause of their good ideas and brilliant teams I really like DOT, ATOM, NEAR , MATIC , SUI , ARB , MINA , ARWEAVE , SPACE ID and some others I actually kinda sure that I'll regret this one day ( that I didn't invest in BTC or ETH ) but till that day comes I'll continue DCAing alts

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ALGO, MATIC, ATOM, MINA for me (beside BTC and ETH). I tried out a number of blockchains, played around with on chain staking and defi projects but I clearly liked the ease of use, speed, transaction fees of these chains the most compared to others.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Same. All other are fine choices. i'll check MINA out.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I haven’t heard of MINA 😮

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ADA, DOT, ALGO, MINA, ATOM are some of the ones that I'm looking at.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm going with BTC, ETH, ADA, ALGO, ATOM, MINA, MATIC, ROSE and DOT. I just allocate a portion of my portfolio for each of them. What about you?

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I sure hope so, my MINA bag is ready

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's a good question! I believe anything related to safeguarding online identity would undoubtedly attract individuals with such concerns. It's worth noting that all transactions can be easily accessed and tracked through the MINA explorer, providing transparency and accountability. So not exactly like Monero. Their approach in their own words: > MINA employs technology that enables users to verify specific information or their identity without divulging any actual data to the other party. I understand it like this, let's say you needed proof of age for a purchase. In this scenario, I could provide that verification without you needing to physically inspect the document or require any additional personal information beyond what is necessary for the transaction. If it comes into fruition(I believe it will) - It's a cool solution that safeguards privacy while still ensuring the relevant credentials are verified.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I find MINA's utilization of L1 Zk proofs intriguing, despite its limited use cases at present. One aspect that stands out is the availability of ZkApps written in Typescript, which is a popular and programming language among developers. Additionally, the high activity on GitHub adds to the community's engagement and potential for growth. Another cool aspect is MINA's Blockchain, which has a fixed size of 22kb. Ultimately, what got me on board, was the concept of being able to establish my identity without the need to present physical documentation.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Does anybody actually buy below top 50? If yes what and why? FLOW, IOTA, MINA, SUI, OSMO, CELO, AZERO, IOTX, NANO - Seemed like a good idea at some point. When next bull comes I will probably unload except those I still believe in.

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MINA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Would you consider researching MINA protocol as well? They claim that their blockchain uses zero knowledge proofs to have a constant size of 22kb regardless of how many transactions are made. They also claim that archive nodes that store the full transaction history are not necessary for the blockchain to function. If this is true and doesn't have any major tradeoffs, this may be a good solution to the state bloat issue.

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r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

Well until my lowcap alts starts pumping I dont call it a bullrun. Seeing alts such as OCEAN,MINA,ORE and NXRA at 10x is the only signal I need to confirm a bullrun.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My portfolio: ADA -74% MATIC -44% SOL -86% VET -84% MINA -86% SAND -88% But.... BTC +27% ETH +20% That is what happens when you stop investing in altcoins and start investing in the "blue chips".

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

I'd honestly have bought it just because of the name. I moved all my profit to lowcaps anyways, MINA,TXA and ORE are 10x-50x worthy.

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r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

This is true, its all about the people's perception and hype. I believe based lowcap alts such as MINA,ORE or OCEAN receiving such hype and attention, they'll do better than the memecoins.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Selling MINA I got from it's ICO before a bull run. Its was 1.5 usd when I sold it. A month after, it turned 6 usd each 🤦‍♂️ should've got 24x

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I DCA ETH, ATOM, FTM, MINA and ALPACA for the moment

Maybe but its still a high risk, so maybe just a portion of the bag not all. I'd rather spread it across PEPE, TXA,ORE and MINA.

IMX is a noteworthy project by ZTtech, but I believe other projects such as MINA, LRC, and DUSK also deserve recognition in this space. I strongly believe that projects related to RWA have tremendous potential. One promising project to watch out for is RIO, EKTA, and MNICorp.

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

Memecoin will always be a meme, I'd rather put my funds on fundamentals. Atls such as ETH,MATIC,BNB are safer for long term holds while MINA,ORE,TXA and such solid lowcaps are good for gains.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

anyone here into MINA? am curious to find some resources about different stake pools to delegate to

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Does someone knows reason of MINA bad performance lately?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1. Stacks (STX) 2. Mina (MINA) 3. SingularityNET (AGIX) 4. Aptos (APT) 5. Dash (DASH)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TL;DR Stacks (STX) price decreased by 20.21% Mina (MINA) price decreased by 16.90% SingularityNET (AGIX) price decreased by 15.04% Aptos (APT) price decreased by 13.37% Dash (DASH) price decreased by 12.13%

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What is happening with MINA?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Interested to know as well! Someone else on this sub kept MINA as one of their only 3 holdings. Sooo I wanna know what's up

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Why MINA specifically? Is it the one that can blow up and make you rich?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

BTC, ETH then I kept one alt MINA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What are your thoughts on MINA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have been stacking BTC and ETH over the last 6 months but have my eyes on MINA that I'll add into my DCA I'm thinking now

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I just found out about this, but [ZeroSync](https://zerosync.org/) is apparently working on developing a ZK proof of the entire chain history to allow virtually immediate (full security!) syncing without downloading the whole chain. This is absolutely fantastic to see; the only other project I am aware doing something like this is MINA. I've been just *waiting* for someone to bring this to Bitcoin. It's still in the prototype stage, though.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm down like 99.99% on some scam coins, others I cant even sell or swap out of. But I've swapped to only holding BTC, ETH and MINA currently and those are just long term holds. Will sell MINA for BTC / ETH once we have a bull run and Alts pump

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Mina (MINA), Stacks (STX), Render (RNDR), Fantom (FTM), Love Hate Inu (LHINU) Then it stops, no need to check the video as it's a massive shill and the soy YouTube gaping gasping mouth expression should deter you away

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think MINA is a contender for top 5

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Anyone in MINA? It had a huge pump last month but has sold off

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hey, check this out! 👀Mina MINA US$0.9183 -71.59% @CoinMarketCap 🚀 https://coinmarketcap.com/link/currencies/mina

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Some coins to pay attention in case we get a hype around zk * MATIC * IMX * SYS * LRC * DUSK * MINA

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

There are a good number of undervalued projects in the cryptospace, NEAR, TXA, ORE and MINA are just a few I can remember. Their usecases cuts across different ecosystems,solving a number of serious issues plaguing the cryptospace.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I feel you. I tried out a number of alts including ADA, SOL, AVAX, LUN, DOT, ALGO, Cosmos, MINA, MATIC. I played around with them, and when most of the market crashed I decided to focus only on the projects which are easy and fun to use plus ETH and BTC. So now I settled with ETH, ALGO, BTC, Cosmos, MATIC, MINA and I don't miss the others even a little bit. I know ALGO, COSMOS have also lost value but they are fast, easy to use, have low transaction cost and just fun to play around and learn. MATIC is actually my only coin currently in the plus, so its price performance stood out versus the others and MINA is very compelling from a technical viewpoint as far as I understand it. none of the other coins offered the same elegance, speed and cost effectiveness as ALGO and Cosmos.

Focus on lowcaps with usecases that are relevant in this current market. Personally, privacy and governance tokens such as ZEC,RAIL,MINA and the likes are still pretty cheap and they got potential to stand the test of time.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I personally use Bybit, I'm not sure about kucoin. But I assume it is the same as bybit; it deducts transaction fees from the profit. I think it's something like 0.05% per transaction. Neutral bots are good for coins that don't go up or down rapidly, because if it moves rapidly in either direction it can liquidate your positions, so coins with a strong support and resistance and less than 10% volatility are good choices. Examples of these coins this month that I am currently trading are Celo, One, OGN, MINA, and GLMR. Please don't invest in these without doing your own research though. Grid-bots.com is a good start, I find sorting by moderate risk and then finding the in range % of 50 good for neutral bots personally

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm more bullish on MINA tbh. I read alot of fud about MATIC. Some of it seemed worrysome.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Potential picks for next bull run: ATOM APT AR FIL TON AZERO POLIS MINA NAKA