lol while I agree with you that MTV isn't worth giving attention to, this is a terrible argument 1- sushi. uhhh... anyone can do this? 2- aave. we aren't even on aave yet :rofl: what does it matter anyway? ftm, for example, is perfectly fine with their money markets. 3- DFK can't be replicated. but they are leaving Harmony bc they're being restricted by the god awful team :) you just sound like a goof
Visit their website for info. One tip from me, I wouldn't stake it from Gate Exchange because of the gas fees on ERC-20. I recommend you sell your MTV to XLM, send it to Binance. Sell your XLM for BNB. Use PancakeSwap to swap your BNB back to MTV. Then stake your MTV using BEP-20 on MultiVAC. This way you avoid the ERC-20 fees.
MTV is legit. Their reasons for being largely un-doxxed are pretty obvious. Not easy to develop a non state-sanctioned blockchain in China. The move to Singapore is a good thing, and the head of the project is fully doxxed and doing regular AMAs and dev updates. Scam meme coins lead with the 'fully doxxed team' thing because they have no substance. MTV has the opposite problem, groundbreaking tech but no marketing. This will be an interesting year for MultiVAC.
I like MultiVac (MTV), or liked MultiVac. It’s been going through some turbulence over the last week with the CEO stepping down. The tech is good if the white papers aren’t total bullshit. Currently it’s trading at about .007-.008 with a market cap of about ~30 million. If everything pans out it should be a blockchain similar to Harmony. Long way to go but it’s a moonshot play.
I think in the case of MTV they’ve specifically said that it’s down to security concerns, which is fine, but it does look a bit sketchy given some of the other projects that have remained anonymous. Ultimately it just comes down to whether you believe in the project and whether it will be any good, if it is developed as planned. As others have already mentioned, BTC had an anonymous dev, but I think there’s a clear distinction between BTC and newer projects - BTC was developed as a solution to a problem, and looked to gain adoption organically. To my knowledge, there was no push to gain investments from investment groups or members of the public. MTV (and other, modern projects) generally do seek to gain investments from external people to fund their activities, which is why people potentially need to be more careful of newer projects with anonymous teams. For transparency, I do actually have some MTV, as the project seems good, but I do think the anonymity will put off a lot of people tbh.
Multivac is decent technology, comparable with ONE. The issue of the resigning CEO causes fear and doubt but the underlying tech and the team are still there. Not everything is going to moon in 1 or 2 weeks. Sometimes you just need to research, hold and have faith in the project you backed. I'm down 30% on MTV but I was down 50% on ethereum once as well and now I'm up 600%. Be patient.
It isn't all bad. I was down 1g on MTV, sold it at a loss and reinvested for atom, now I made my money back plus. Selling for a loss isn't stupid, sometimes it's necessary for you to realise what you need to cut out of your life so you can get to a better place.
I don’t want to sound like a shill, but I’m very into CKB, ONE and MTV at the moment. Obviously I hold the stables like BTC, ETH and ADA, but I definitely get into some fun stuff. Got into LRC at $.50 so I’m not stressing the “announcement”. I have my eye on CAPS at the moment
Stay away from jade folks.. op I recommend selling your jade and getting in on other plays.. If you want some good moonshots check my post history and dyor.. I have the most in glitch and phantasma at the moment.. but also look at telos, trias, cellframe, MTV, chromia, cartesi, xpr, qanx, Saito, Metis, celr, cmcx, gfn, caps, sxp, lgcy, zks, zkt, zkp, Maha, FRA, Juno, geeq, Oct, aurora, cere, voice.. Any of those are safer plays than jade and looking like they will give decent returns.. If you want really risky check moon rabbit and mnet
Altura, hacken, zkswap, aleph.im, dia, bytz, lgcy, ovr, elastos, adshares, glitch, trias, Stratos, xft, mtrg, opct, mit, MTV, rubic, cellframe, gelato, router protocol, lossless, Maha, hapi, curate, voice, geeq, bonded finance, disbalancer, coldstack, zktube, Graphene, mine network, core multichain, octopus network, moon rabbit.. You should also check out telos, Saito, xpr, qanx and phantasma.. I hold most in glitch and phantasma.
Proton XPR (150mil MC, bought ath no regrets, down on this one though). Is the project I heard too many good things about and I did invest quite a bit compared to other low MC coins. But honestly I never research my possible moonshots. I throw in money that I can see as a loss and just continue on. This one already has his own wallet and staking so it was easy to set up and I just forget about it. Others I got convinced by shills but invested below 100 dollars: - Multivac MTV (33mil MC, up on this one) - Kryll KRL (55mil MC, up on this one) - Porta KIAN (3mil MC, convinced by someone irl. Big regrets on this one as I could have gotten a x3. Probably dead)
Do you mean Banbridge or bonded finance for bond? Both look promising tbh.. Check out phantasma, chr, sxp, uos, Metis, qrdo, vra, tlos, glitch, trias, cellframe, legacy, MTV, qanx, alu, Saito, Hai, aleph, bytz, ads, stos, RBC, gel, route.. can give more if anyone wants?