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r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

*KuCoin Exposed* Do not use their exchange.

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GameStop has removed the falling man NFT from the GameStop NFT Marketplace and appears to have removed the users ability to mint.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

You can now buy an NFT of the 9/11 Falling man on GameStops NFT marketplace powered by Loopring

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Is it still worth it? State of Stablecoin staking market 6/ 2022

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Averaged down right before the MIR rip. Wtf is going on?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Couple steps forward and then falling down.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What are the coins with the lowest transaction fee in this list?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Mirror Protocol (MIR): What's your opinion on it and the fact that you can trade assets and stocks such as Tesla and Apple on it?

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Unconfiscatable BITCOIN Conference! March 3rd-6th Las Vegas

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Crypto101: Derivatives + Crypto

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Anyone looking into Play to Earn, here's my 45 days experience in a few games I played.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

⁠Terra's Mirror protocol warns community against governance attack The attacker launched a public poll on Mirror’s official website, which falsely proposes a freeze on the community pool in case of a scam. If executed as planned, the attacker would receive 25 million MIR tokens.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Terra (LUNA) is the best L1 smart contract network — here's why

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Polygon acquired Mir Protocol, NOT “Mirror Protocol”

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Horizontal integration with polygon. The layer 2 to rule them all?

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

How and Where to Buy MIR Coin: A Complete Guide for a Beginners!!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Rolling Stocks: Terra (LUNA) Review of a Rapidly Growing Ecosystem

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Crypto Currency Mass Adaption Is Starting

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Current dip, quick (DD) (ETH genesis wallets) (Bullish) (bull-run confirmed)

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Current dip, quick (DD) (ETH genesis wallets) (Bullish) (bull-run confirmed)

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Derivatives + Crypto

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Pro and Cons to shitcoin liquidity

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MIR Deep Dive Analysis

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help with purchase from ETH in mew to uni v2 and now where the 4 alt coins are and how to move back to mew or another wallet

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For the LRC sub just in the average. Maybe it can provide a kind of decentralised MIR (a dead project from Luna, one of the best in the end). But, a single call from the sec and all is vanished

Mentions:#LRC#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

"this one probably fell from the MIR station" bro he fell from the TWIN TOWERS.

Mentions:#MIR#TWIN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; A new class action lawsuit against TerraForm Labs and its CEO Do Kwon was filed by Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C. on July 24 in the state of California. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of investors who purchased Terra tokens like UST, LUNA, MIR, and others between May 20, 2021, and May 25, 2022. A similar lawsuit was also filed against Celsius Network. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Y’all think MIR going to .50 today?

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bro... I think you're not aware about the situation. You're not informed properly and make assumptions. Russians can't pay for services abroad because the West put that sanction - no card systems work outside of Russia except MIR (and in a limited amount of countries). Not because the government is not allowing it. Before the conflict everyone was allowed to do any transfer to any part of the world. Russia is not North Korea.

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Comdex. The idea of having a functional commodity market over cosmos is awesome (speciainow with MIR absolutely destroyed), and most probably it ll come with more stuff than snx actually provides (just mints from other cryptos). It's worth to follow its development

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

MIR

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Because video games and NFTs fundamentally do not mix. If a game has NFT assets, it automatically becomes pay to win. There are no exceptions to this. MIR4 is a prime example and take a look at how it turned out. Then you think, maybe if the NFTs were just cosmetics and don't influence the gameplay then it should be fine. You have to consider that developers have no financial interest whatsoever to make cosmetics NFTs. Whenever a player buys an NFT cosmetic from an open market instead of the developer, it hurts their finances for literally no gain. No, a X% trading fee for purchasing an NFT does not offset the Y-X% loss from selling the asset themselves. There's also the issue of people creating massive bot farms to generate assets that supposedly have value. Conventional gaming cannot eliminate bots and/or cheaters, why would you think NFT games can handle them? Look at MIR4 or Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds, botted to shit to farm a crypto that has a huge downward selling pressure at all times. Then there's the issue of a financial aspect having an effect on gameplay decisions. Should I use this item or should I sell it for X? What if equipping it lets me earn this much more in the future? It fucking sucks to suddenly have money be a factor in gameplay decisions instead of keeping it all contained within the game world. There's also a lot of technical bullshit like blockchain integration, gas fees for transactions, ease of use for crypto payments, etc. but I'm not gonna involve them in the conversation as they will probably be fixed with future tech. TL;DR For a game to successfully implement NFTs, it has to be 1. not pay2win 2. be a net positive in the interests of the developer 3. disjoint the financial aspect from gameplay

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you're into asian style MMORPG then look into MIR4. It's basically what you described, it's a real proper mmorpg in korea with a global version that integrates blockchain.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Look into WEMIX network, for some reason it's barely talked here but the games on their platform are real games that are modified to include crypto. Their flagship game MIR4 is a real MMORPG. The developer WeMade has been developing games since 2000.

Mentions:#WEMIX#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have a small ADA short because it’s clearly overbought and ready to correct, a larger TRX short because it’s only a matter of time until it pulls a LUNA, and a still larger MIR short because it’s going to zero, possibly today.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I remember reading about it MIR last year. The concept is actually pretty good and with time we probably will get a much better version of MIR.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No it is not. Too bad I can’t short MIR on kucoin 😕

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

$MIR for no reason

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The dude doing that to MIR is scummy, but he's pulling major BDE

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

MIR is on a solid upward swing. Oversold last couple weeks. At .35

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

MIR. Looks like a good buy. Anyone got ideas?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Ill hold my algo shibe MIR STORJ and ankr until it hits zero

Mentions:#MIR#STORJ
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

And in general, the crypto mantra says: buy at the bottom. I think now is the best time to do that. I already bought BTC, some altcoins ADA, FTM and tokens like DESU, SOL, MIR etc. Take advantage of low prices, friends

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Terra analyst and source of several whistleblower leaks, FatManTerra, has alleged that Mirror Protocol is a “farce designed to enrich Do Kwon/VCs while manipulating governance and screwing over retail.” He identified several wallets that interacted by bridging tokens across the wormhole, transferring mAssets from Ethereum to Terra, and spreading MIR across multiple wallets. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#MIR#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

For once I managed to buy the bottom and sell the (at least for now) top. Thanks MIR!

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

People dropping btc to chase the MIR pump.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No seriously I sold 4 hours ago at 0.20 something cents and MIR shoots at 0.50 what happened??

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You definitely can going short, 3x even. A recent MIR and People short paid off big. I like trading ranges, shorting the rips is easier that way. IT really looked like some alts were going to squeeze me bad recently, but nope, they printed, and they always do since they are essentially heading to zero.

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Will you be removing any coins associated with the Terra ecosystem, including MIR and ANC?

Mentions:#MIR#ANC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yea I think so too, ANC and MIR have been sent to the trash.

Mentions:#ANC#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Is the entire terra ecosystem done for? I have screener alerts set up for all Binance USDT pairs but maybe it's time I trim that list. I'm thinking ANC and MIR are also done for?

Mentions:#USDT#ANC#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Does anyone read the Luna's communicate? The idea is to leave behind the stable stuff, and save the daps and wallet. And Luna had really awesome projects as MIR. It would be interesting to see with which stable it works. Dai? USDc? Busd? Bridges to all and anyone chose? Anyway, extreme caution. The team is more burned than the Justin Sun reputation

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Transfers via Terra chain were blocked on most exchanges, not sure if that's still the case, but that would be the easiest. I had to convert LUNA to MIR in the terra wallet and use the Terra shuttle to convert it to ERC-20 to get it out. 🙈

Mentions:#LUNA#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I hope im wrong but ALGO MIR and STORJ, i enjoy them and think they have some cool uses, but the way my algo bag has been tumbling im worried

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Meaning of tweet may be a "rektdrop" for a new IBC chain. MIR was a good project. Terraswap and other DEXs. Wallet. ANChor were all top notch, even if a new ANC wouldn't offer same rates. A rollback doesn't automatically make total UST worth $17B. But Terra is/was a good chain, that could continue to be useful.

Mentions:#MIR#ANC#UST
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Used it as slang mate rather than actually description, they've been screwed but agree hopefully likes of MIR can escape

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's not what rugged means and some of those tokens could survive. Migrating to another chain is generally doable and some like MIR are legit.

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I actually like some of these projects eg MIR, hope they can fork over to a new chain but yeah most will die

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I don't take offense, but I'd like to know where my point of view in this is wrong? As far as I can tell, the teams behind LUNA, MIR, UST, etc worked hard on a legitimate project but they were taken down by a group of people doing a very coordinated attack.

Mentions:#LUNA#MIR#UST
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ELI5: How is MIR holding up when ANC, LUNA and UST are in freefall?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

MIR is a good buy at these prices. Picked up a small bag.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It seems like LUNA either wont survive or it will but current holdings will be devalued. I'm hoping that legit projects like MIR do survive and possibly migrate though since synthetic on-chain assets (and stocks in particular) are cool and the competition in that space is sparse.

Mentions:#LUNA#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My USDC been working hard scooping up cheap bags. SNX, XEQ, FTM, ETH, MIR. I kept 30% of my USDC in case we shit down further. Sold 80% of my alts over the last few weeks as down was more likely than up. My advice. Take profits. Don't let greed keep you hodling forever. Without dry powder you can never win unless you get lottery lucky on a shitcoin.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You are quite focused on Large caps, quite a smart way to help reduce how much you can lose, I actually added a couple low cap gems to my bag the likes of DVDX and MIR, both cause of for synthetic assets.

Mentions:#DVDX#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I believe in the concept of Terra, not just UST and LUNA but MIR, kujira and White whale

Mentions:#UST#LUNA#MIR
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tldr; Russia’s central bank said it plans on having a digital ruble ready by next year. The central bank also plans to expand the number of countries willing to accept MIR banking cards administered by the central bank. The move is part of Russia's effort to circumvent Western sanctions imposed as a reaction to its invasion of Ukraine. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#MIR#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

$UNO $MTRG $ELa $SHA $MIR $CKB $OCT

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I heard good reviews on Thetan Arena but not so sure on metagear and MIR although I bumped into MIR already and my friends are enjoying it. I planned to purchase in-game assets there and I'll use nFLARE marketplace and start the leasing opportunities as I'm not a crypto gamer. In this case, we both will earn on my assets through the help of their platform.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

It depends on what kind of game do you enjoy playing or what type of game you’re into. I currently play a lot right now and I play different games depending on my mood and time. I play [metagear](https://metagear.game/) , and[Thetan Arena](https://thetanarena.com/) most of the time on my phone. But, when I’m on my pc, I usually play [MIR4](https://mir4global.com/). Your budget for NFTs is another factor to consider too. Always DYOR.

Mentions:#MIR#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I went all in on crypto and feel very healthy, PAXG is way more accessible than gold in a fidelity account I never thought I’d like a tokenized physical asset honestly it’s perfect for collateral and it’s important to have a part of your portfolio you can count on to be more stable. I’m hoping platforms like MIR on Terra become more standardized that’ll make me comfortable buying tokenized stocks.

Mentions:#PAXG#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Got some a few $$$ I'm willing to lose. What should I long? APE, GALA, EGLD, LRC, AAVE, or MIR?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I swear MIR has the weirdest f in chart

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Been looking at ENS, MIR, GRT. Not going to 100x today, but maybe good for long term

Mentions:#ENS#MIR#GRT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I believe that synthetic assets will have their time to boom but there are a few different ones and who knows which will be the winners. I hold small bags of MIR, SNX, and UMA. Hopefully they are among the winners.

Mentions:#MIR#SNX#UMA
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Post is by: Puppy_Coated_In_Beer and the url/text [ ](https://goo.gl/GP6ppk)is: /r/CryptoCurrency/comments/trdt3j/mirror_protocol_mir_whats_your_opinion_on_it_and/ **Full Disclosure**: I have only recently come across this project back in December 2021. I do not claim to be an expert on it and am genuinely looking for opinions on it as it doesn't seem to be discussed much on here. Mirror Protocol's App: https://mirrorprotocol.app/#/trade So with Mirror Protocol, they peg their tokens and basically treat them as synthetic assets/stocks. **You don't actually own** the stocks but you own tokens that are pegged to the value of stocks (such as Tesla). [Whiteboard Crypto has a pretty descriptive video on it](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCpckWMXi4o) and details the benefits and risks of the protocol As per their white paper: > "Mirror is a protocol that allows anyone to issue and trade synthetic assets that track the price of real world assets" This also will include materials such as gold, silver, etc. and all sorts of different assets not necessarily associated with stocks. [You can already start buying Mirrored TSLA for example](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/mirrored-tesla) It's currently ranked #250 on cryptocurrency markets, yet their governance protocol MIR is available on all major exchanges (**Binance, Coinbase, Crypto.com, Coinbase**, etc.) The great thing about it, I think, is it's on-chain and so is available to people who don't have direct access to buy stocks or assets. I'd prefer buying stocks in crypto because of how incredibly stressful brokers can be, and how long it can take to get your funds onto them. So, very curious to see what people on here think about it. If I've made any mistakes feel free to correct me in the comments, I'm still learning more about it and am honestly very excited for its governance token. *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/CryptoCurrency) if you have any questions or concerns.*

Mentions:#GP#TSLA#MIR
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

If you're prefer playing on phones, I'd recommend you to play Axie Infinity. It's like a Pokemon trading card game but you can earn SLP and AXS there. If you like to play on the laptop or desktop, you can try MIR4 or GodsUnchained. The former is a PVP/PVE MMORPG game where you earn through NFTs. While the latter is an NFT card game like Yu-Gi-Oh.

Mentions:#SLP#AXS#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is 4 months old. I think. Some of these have done really wel like ROSE and DRCT and HNS. But some has not seen any growth so far. Like DVPN, MIR But I do stand by their utility. They have potential. Haven't followed up on how the Dev's and community doing on these. I would suggest you check their activity before moving forward

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Besides ONE and AMP the rest is unknown to me, i would put some in MIR though

Mentions:#ONE#AMP#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

LUNA made me a good return, now i'm going in MIR

Mentions:#LUNA#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

thinking about picking up some RUNE and MIR, yall gonna stop me?

Mentions:#RUNE#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

farm tokens are tokens which are designed more or less to attract high APYs for individuals to put their money in certain DEFI projects, the most notable would be liquidity pools. When you provide liquidity on most DEFI protocols, they offer high APYS only because the reward normally comes in the form of the protocols own token. I.e. Pancakeswap = CAKE, Curve = Crv, Mirror = MIR, these tokens are highly inflationary and serve little purpose to be held onto, hence most are swapped for other tokens. High inflation + little purpose of holding normally results in major price drops over time as more tokens are created.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Stopped operations so all Visa, MasterCard and AmEx cards don't work, except for locally branded cards linked to the MIR payment system and CUP (China UnionPay).

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

His explanation is very misleading to say the least, MIR system is used inside the Russia, yes to that but it can also be used in majority of CIS countries, with some caviats of course but it can be used in majority of cases. You can't have visa/mir cards as he said, as Visa is different system from MIR and can't be used on the same card, you can have mir/unionpay or mir/maestro cards tho. Not a lot of people in Russia have mir debit cards as you have to pay fees for holding the card and it isn't very usable for online or overseas shopping, that's why majority of Russians get Visa or MasterCard and obviously they would opt out from mir as it isn't as great of the system as those two. MIR as a system was created by Russia as a in-house counter to visa and Mastercard, it was build to have a working bank system in case something goes wrong. Source: I used to live and travel around CIS countries and have some friends from Russia who are very upset about current situation. PS. War should only be and stay in video games. Peace.

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Is Mirror protocol legit ? Or pump and dump ? (MIR)

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In Russia it's called MIR, and it only works within the borders of Russia, in supermarkets, ATMs abd what have you. But it won't work on your trip to France in the summer. But my point is that the Visa/Mastercard shutdown doesn't affect the poor innocent Russians, because the poor innocent Russias don't have anything issued by VISA or Mastercard. If they're even banked they have. MIR card, or in some cases a MIR/VISA card. The MIR part of those cards still works just fine.

Mentions:#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

QRDO, CQT, MIR are the only greens I see today!

Mentions:#QRDO#CQT#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

wut. looks like terra coins are pumping indiscriminately. first LUNA, then ANC, now MIR. maybe I should get some SPEC or something and wait for a pump. 🤔

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You mean MIR?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There is no gridlock at all. These lines they seen is panic. MIR system works just fine

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They have their own internal ones like MIR, that is even accepted in Switzerland, Israel etc

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This could be something that hits a little harder. Russia tried to stand up a SWIFT alternative, MIR, recently, but hasn't seen much adoptions. And, I don't think they are that well prepared for using crypto just yet, though they may stumble through it a bit if it becomes the best means for them.

Mentions:#SWIFT#MIR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

MIR went from $1.42 AUD to $1.43 and according to the CDC app, that’s a +200% gain

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; A New York judge has ordered Terraform Labs and its CEO Do Kwon to comply with the Securities and Exchange Commission’s subpoenas. In November, the SEC filed a subpoena enforcement action against the crypto startup over its Mirror Protocol. The SEC accused TFL and Kwon of participating in "the creation, promotion and offer to sell assets and MIR tokens to U.S. investors." *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#TFL#MIR#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's exactly how you should be playing it in a bear market. Did the same with MIR yesterday, 20% profit, banked half and tight stop loss on the rest. Stopped out in profit this morning.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

About a month ago someone posted this as a guide to play to earn. Anyone looking into Play to Earn, here's my 45 days experience in a few games I played. Before I start, I just wanted to point out that if you're using faucets for such little payouts, you may as well play a small game. It's fun, plus it pays much more. So here's the list of all I've tried. More coming soon 1. **Cryptoroyale** For obvious reasons, this should top the list. It's completely Free to play, no downloads, no initial investment. It pays for your time and skill. About a month ago, I could earn about 100 ROY(in-game token) per day But now with the massive number of players that joined this week, it has come down to almost 50 ROY. I usually play 3 out of the 4 daily tournaments a day. At first I was really in it for the money but now I'm kinda addicted to it. It's simply amazing and we have quite a lot of players on this sub that can vouch for this! Go to Cryptoroyale.one on your browser in your desktop or mobile and play instantly and start earning. Last I checked ROY was 0.175$ 2. **SPLINTERLANDS** It's an autoplay NFT card game. I'd start off by saying that only if you're planning to keep the flow of cash coming to the game, then it MAY be profitable. Initial investment 10$ for the spellbook. You need to climb ranks to earn DEC which is in-game token. That is another paywall. Instead of buying cards as NFT, you can rent them for a few cents a day, or a few dollars a day depending on the power of the cards. To earn more rewards, you would have to rent/buy higher cards constantly and keep your rank up. Higher rank and specific cards will give you more DEC per win. Other way to earn is staking your SPS token, which is airdropped daily after calculating your in-game assets. It's lucrative if you're willing to put some money in the game. My personal experience with the game wasn't so well. I couldn't get a decent profit for the money I put. It felt like too much effort and too little pay. On the lower ranks(where you don't spend anything,) the rewards are different. You get a negligible reward for daily quest. As you climb higher, Daily quest Chests increase in number and the prize pool is different too. So I feel the game is kinda rigged to give profits to those who keep spending. 3. **League of Kingdoms** Build your kingdom, collect resources, play with an alliance, kill monsters, attack other kingdoms,mine in game resources, daily tasks, event tasks etc. Completely free to play. Much easier if you find a good alliance. The way to earn here is by minting NFTs of your in-game resources. It took me a few weeks to be able to start earning. It's not an easy task but you don't have to spend too long in game. You can leave your army to collect resources and come back in a couple hours and repeat. NFTs can be minted every 8 hours(someone correct me if I'm wrong) and each 10million resource NFT sells for about 2$ on opensea Maybe multiple accounts will get you good profits. I'm still playing with only one. Over time these little sales may add up to a decent amount with minimal effort. So I keep playing. 4. **MIR4** Free to play, but way too much effort. The way people make good profits in the game is using a ton of bots. I don't recommend unless you are planning to use multiple accounts and spend all day. The gameplay and graphics are pretty decent and it's kinda fun to play if you're not looking to make money. In-game DRACO coin has been falling and I didn't want to put in that much effort into it so I stopped. There are better games out there. 5. **Gods Unchained** Another card game but I'd place this higher than splinterlands. I only recently got started. 0 investment needed and you can earn through in game token GODS and selling your cards as NFTs. The game is vast and there's a lot to learn but it pays well. I have only recently started playing so I can't give you more specifics but from what I hear, it's pretty good! 6. **Thetan Arena** It's a shooting game! A lot of characters and everyone has different skills and stuff. You can choose a Free to Play Path and make money but the grind is very difficult. You need to rank up to Bronze which is a very painful process because as no matter how good you play, people will come with legendary characters with Overpowered skills and destroy you at times. At Bronze, at the point you can cash out, you can make about 30$-40$ after collecting rewards from rank ups. You can buy characters as NFTs but they can play a limited number of matches in a lifetime(depending on rarity) and too keep things fairer, you can play only a limited number of matches per day on which you can earn. The main issue in the game is the falling prices of THC, the in-game token. It's almost at a point where you might even take a loss if you don't get a decent amount of daily wins. I still play it not for the money, but because it's fun! 7. **BATTLE HERO** Another shooting game but it's in closed BETA right now. Open Beta is supposed to lauch in Q1 2022. It's almost free to play as you get your starter pack for free. The catch is you would need 1-2$ worth of gas to get the starter pack. Characters and weapons can be bought and sold as NFTs. Chests can be bought for both characters and Weapons. The game isn't out yet, but there's still a way to make money here. NFT rarity - common, low rare, rare, epic, legendary and mythic. A pair of character and Weapon can be placed into TRAINING which will generate the in game PE token that can be converted to BATH token. Training is locked period of 7 days and once that duration is over, you can claim your rewards. There is a lottery which will give you chests as rewards. Lottery tickets can be bought using PE, burning NFTs or by staking BATH. My experience- Pretty bullish on this game. I'm not putting my real numbers here, but for my investment, I got lucky in chests and have NFTs worth 4X times my investment. I get Training rewards Roughly equal to 10% of my investment per week(inclusive of gas fees) Once the game comes out, BATH will pump and it will be much more profitable. And we can start earning from the gameplay as well. This is the game I'm most bullish on. So.. AMA I guess? Some of you can pitch in if you have more suggestions! Last post of the year. Wish you all have a wonderful year ahead!

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Read that since they did the same threat is 2014 Russia have now set up MIR for Domestic transactions as well as some other countries. Also they have set up a system for transactions to China with Chinese banks. Also on the roadblock is digital currency of the Rubel but not sure how far they are in that which was spearheaded by some big businessmen that got locked out during the 2014 sanctions

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The next big alt coin is the one I won't buy... If history is any lesson. I'm hodling Eth and Matic, and Joe. I will hold eth until 2.0 and all those that staked can unstake. Should be a good bump as people try to get in before the triple halving. Matic by all measures should be a $5 coin. The acquisition of Hermes and MIR they are going to put out some great L2 products. I wouldn't be surprised if they made a push to buy Loopring. Just the polygon network alone is worth more than the ATH. Its cheap, easy to use, and growing fast. Only issue is lack of dedicated wallet. Staking on the polygon chain instead of on eth mainnet would also be good. Once you defi on polygon it's hard to pay more than a few cents. As for Joe it's the only thing I like on AVAX. Wish they would bring it to other chains. Great DEX. If AVAX gets hot again it will explode. Not to mention you can stake Joe for 80% APY ATM. Then get an additional 16% for farming xjoe. I don't see how you can lose unless the market crashes...like it did ;). Just my two thoughts...like a lot of people I missed atom, and ftm..I am probably wrong but I think they are oversold. Hbar looks promising if they ever put out more than a coin. ***Not financial advice*** you do u.

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MIR I was down 70% when BTC was at 40K 🪦

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They bought MIR which is a startup working on zk rollups. So...they're prepared I hope. And if all else fails I'll get out before eth 2.0 comes out :p

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Algo to five bucks, id shit myself, or MIR to ten

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1. AAVE 2. Curve CRV 3. Thor chain RUNE 4. Spell token SPELL 5. Synthesis SNX 6. FRAX Share FXS 7. Wonderland TIME 8. Mirror Protocol MIR 9. Keep3rV1 KP3R 10. Orion Protocol ORN

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Project takes a snapshot of the blockchain at a certain point in time From this, they can see which wallets are staking (Cosmos), or have specific tokens in their wallet (MIR), or have interacted with a dApp. From there, the project allocates and sends out their tokens to wallets which meet their criteria. dApp - UNI, 1Inch, dydx. For these ones, it was based off of interacting with dApp. I'm not sure on the others, but for Uni, it was trading, liquidity pooling, or even a failed trade. Holding - MIR. I'm not sure about others, but MIR's process was different (NOT going into their Terra/Luna airdrop). MIR took a snapshot, and as of that date, any wallet which held >100 UNI, received 220MIR. Staking - Cosmos drops (multiple ones). If you were staking Cosmos, Osmosis, Juno (or some variant), or had participated in governance (NETA), you would receive an airdrop.

Mentions:#MIR#UNI
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Concur. People who need the money now will sell. People in more stable positions will simply accrue more. Even with a free and fair distribution, the end state will be similar to how it is now. There are 2 case studies for this. The first, and best, is UNI. IIRC, the initial airdrop was 400UNI to any address that held a LP or performed a transaction on Uniswap (even failed ones). Flat airdrop rate, no matter how many transactions, or amount in value locked. The dynamics immediately changed, with some people selling the airdrop. Others locked them in LPs, others simply held. In the end, even with a free and fair distribution, some wallets no longer held UNI, and others gained more UNI (discounting UNI rewards farmed from LPs). A slightly worse case study is MIR: all UNI holders of >100 were given 220MIR, and LUNA stakers were given MIR on a pro-rata basis (to LUNA staked). Same scenario there. Some farmed, some dumped immediately.

Mentions:#UNI#MIR#LUNA
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Algo and MIR over here

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I picked up a couple hundred MIR, at the current market cap and price it's just too good an opportunity (for a very long term hold, and just stake it in the meantime)

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Finally! Yeah I've been looking for some good games. Been playing MIR4 it's been decent so far. Decentraland is too big for my computer and could never get into the Minecraft style like sandbox and whatever the other is.

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I’m down about 80% on MIR and about 60% on UNI.

Mentions:#MIR#UNI
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Eth 2.0 solves all this..... I'm tired of saying this! Plus DYDX is built for the derivative market. Same with the DVDX. About DVDx, A more chain-agnostic synthetics trading platform than SNX or MIR! The future is an interoperable derivatives trading platform, not just on one chain.

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Okex exchange offers 36.5% apy on MIR and 20% on USDC(sold out), it's under earn>savings and earn>staking, then huobi has a 25% apy for ust(28 days) if you have substantially large sums it's profitable to move around and stake between exchanges then finally settle for the 20% apy on Ancor protocol(in the terra ecosystem).

Mentions:#MIR#USDC
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Coinbase description of MIR says its an Ethereum token. But I did notice the MIR website used UST. But good to know either way. I will look into this more.

Mentions:#MIR#UST
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MIR doesn't use ETH for fees it uses UST and it's a LUNA based platform, not ethereum. Fees are very low, around 10c per transaction. 🤷‍♂️

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You can create a governance poll on the mirror website, but it will cost you 800 MIR tokens. If the voting outcome is positive, it will become possible to mint your currency on the Terra Network. At that point, you can deposit any collateral (ex. UST) to mint your currency. Look up videos on youtube how to mint assets on the mirror protocol to earn yield. Basically you will earn MIR tokens for minting your currency.

Mentions:#MIR#UST
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MATIC would be an obvious pick that'll be booming along with this year's ZKrollup narrative after they acquired the MIR-protocol for a whopping $400 million dollars.

Mentions:#MATIC#MIR
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and i bought frigging MIR early in the year thinking this ecosystem seems promising

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• ⁠keep doing DCA, but reducing exchange fees • ⁠buy more BTC • ⁠diversify into synthetic stocks (MIR), blockchain real estate (TLAND) & tokenized gold (PAXG) • ⁠dont marry projects, sell when a project its overvalued or was wrong assessed • ⁠taking profit, because its likely the end of the bullrun

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Except it is lol UST + Anchor + MIR + Apollo DOA = 50%+ APY Add insurance onto it and your good to go.

Mentions:#UST#MIR
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- keep doing DCA, but reducing exchange fees - buy more BTC - diversify into synthetic stocks (MIR), blockchain real estate (TLAND) & tokenized gold (PAXG) - dont marry projects, sell when a project its overvalued or was wrong assessed - taking profit, because its likely the end of the bullrun

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• ⁠keep doing DCA, but reducing exchange fees • ⁠buy more BTC • ⁠diversify into synthetic stocks (MIR), blockchain real estate (TLAND) & tokenized gold (PAXG) • ⁠dont marry projects, sell when a project its overvalued or was wrong assessed • ⁠taking profit, because its likely the end of the bullrun

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Bought ICP at $300 thinking to get in before the next spike, dropped $80 onto doge, lost $60 of it, yoloed $85 into SHIB for the lolz and havent gone anywhere, went apeish on algo and missed the optimal time to sell and am stuck with it until it bumps, bought MIR at $4 and am still going down, bought FIL for 150 and sold for like 90, bought an NFT For ten algos and wasted that money, idk it goes on and on lol were in this together, maybe ALGO will explode next year 👏🏻

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- keep doing DCA, but reducing exchange fees. - buy more BTC - diversify into synthetic stocks (MIR), blockchain real estate (TLAND) & tokenized gold (PAXG) - dont marry projects, sell when a project its overvalued

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there are actually two MIR tokens people don't give a shit about

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Only if it passes. MIR price will drop if the attacker can get the payout

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MIR

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