"better known crypto games" Nobody plays it. GALA lost all my interest this bear market (no use, they are not building as much as others, technical analysis looks bad too). UOS (ultra) same thing. That's why I'm buying a bit of NAKA (Nakamoto games), they are building much much more and chart is way better. Despite all that, gaming in crypto is, for now, pretty useless and I want to see a real use before investing more into it. And as a gamer, I don't know how you could swap from steam to any crypto gaming platform right now...
Great thread, and while I appreciate the positivity, I have a slightly different take. The beauty of crypto lies in its potential for significant gains even with a modest investment like $100. It's all about being at the right place, right time, and knowing when to cash out. Riding projects with solid fundamentals and low market caps, like KOA, STBU, and NAKA, can be a game-changer. Set realistic targets and stay informed to make the most out of your crypto journey.
If they are good projects and you can hold till the next bull, most of them will pay off. ATOM, LAND, XNO, REMIT, MOOV,STOS, NAKA are my main bags. Every single one of them with actual utility. Will they all pump ? I surely hope so. But in case some won’t, that’s why I’m diversifying. And making sure many of those also offer staking. Offers great returns while waiting for the next bull visit …
It is yes, but my understanding is it's theoretically less fragile than regular algorithmic stablecoins as it does not have a single point of failure. It is run on multiple, hopefully properly regulated exchanges and ultimately backed by BTC. >Hayes proposed setting up a decentralized autonomous organization with its own governance token, NAKA, to help seed liquidity and allow holders to vote on operational matters. Funding generated from holding the perpetual swap could be funneled back to the DAO. This system ends up being a lot more decentralised than anything else out there. There are still obviously shortfalls like relying on centralised exchanges but it's still better than alternatives which are more centralised.
I only invested in NAKA but don't play any games they are launching since then. How much you can earn there? I'm tired of playing Axie Infinity and will just lease my team on the Balthazar NFT gaming platform and let their scholars play for me and have a share of the rewards they will earn.
Its always about the bag and the satisfaction the coin gives me in the long run. I happen to also have some of the most popular p2e tokens like NAKA, THETA, YGG in my bag and I'm looking forward to adding GSTAR in my bag once it gets launched in Q2 as I enjoy streaming Family Feud right on my TV screen and PC via GameStar+ app. With the token launch, I can now purchase more game packs and have fun with my family.
tldr; Nakamoto Games has announced a knockout championship for players of the popular first-person shooter NAKA Strike. A selection of the top 64 skilled gamers will be competing for a $10,000 prize in a six-round tournament from March 16th to March 31st. Long-term holders of the $NAKA token can earn passive income at 15-25% APR for 30 to 90 day locks. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
Make sure you hold a good amount of ETH and BTC. I don't advice people to hold just that. You can also check some alcoin but do with the ones with good fundamentals. Some that you shouldn't miss are BNB, MATIC, NII, NAKA and VET. All these are for long term without regrets
What I do is to make sure my seed phrase are kept safe but also with a family member that I trust. About hedging funds, I keep all profits in OUSD, a stablecoin that earns yield while having it sir in my wallet For future investment, I'm keeping funds in ETH, MATIC, NAKA, OGN, NII, BNB and just little in some memecoin.
Hodlers always wins. Though I diversified into other low caps like BLOK, SPDR, NAKA and UBX as they have every potential of high ROI. Going all in on just BTC and ETH is not such a good move if I'm to give my little two cents.
You must be a real whale. But don't you think you over exposed your portfolio? You will end up not knowing which one is outperforming each other. I myself is still guilty even though I hold barely upto 15 real tokens. SPDR, BLOK and NAKA happens to be one of my biggest bags that are heavily under the water. The best I can do was to stake the ones I can for passive income and be a chad.
CRO did good ONE - i don't know what to thing of it, to sell or to hodl LINK and DOT - buy more on dump NAKA - hope to break even KDA - hope that it pumps more so i take some profits for top, and later swap KDA for KDX when the dex launches SPOOL - future of defi pools RIDE - metaverse in the real meaning just a couple
I think you bring up a good point, putting too much monetary incentive into gaming may ruin the leisurely aspect of it. However if you feel like your the top player and you invest hours into a game and really want to test yourself crypto gaming offers an interesting opportunity. (Dont mean to shill) But I recently signed up for NAKA games where you put money in to play game kind of like an arcade however at the end of each week you get a payout if your among the highest rank. Right now the games are super basic like temple run style games and duck shooting but it will get more advanced. Now imagine if there was a way in which you could pool money into a more advanced game and earn money by being the top. People love betting and they love gaming so in that sense I see the appeal. Granted there might be a system already out there for this but I doubt its able to reach the scale and trustlessness that a crypto system would bring.
Currently, they suck but I have seen a few games that look like they have the potential to be fun. NAKA Games, Fantom Galaxies and Cryowar all look like they could have potential. Ultimately in 42 years were going to use Neuralink to live alternative lives in Decentraland. Not gaming-related just saying.
HERO, CRBN, FLM, NAKA, MOVR, SOLAR, EWT, SUTER, PUSH, PRE, & GHOST are a few of my faves. Lots of different reasons, and most of them I don’t have a ton into. I think there’s an argument that any one of them could be the first X or the next y.