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Memecoins on Near Protocol| neko| lonk| blackdragon|shitzu|lol|

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Benefits of Chain Abstraction

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What benefits does Web3 event gives?

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Bitcoin's Market Cap is Wrong

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Crazy growth of the NEAR token in recent weeks! How much will it grow, and what to expect?

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If NEAR is up why isn’t Aurora following?

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NEKO is the first memcoin on NEAR! 78x per month! Is the flight still going on?

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Daily Analysis: BTC, ETH, NEAR, SOL, AVAX

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5 Crypto Market Trends To Watch in 2024

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Last bull people were looking for the next "ETH-killer", this time people will hunt for the next SOL-killer

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NEAR Protocol Surpasses Bitcoin & Ethereum in Daily Activity

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$NEAR - token of one of the most technologically advanced Layer 1 blockchains!

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$20K in a single coin, which one?

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Exploring the Tech Marvels of NEAR Protocol: A Developer's Odyssey

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Report: State of L1s Q3 2023

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My Portfolio So Far...

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Wintermute vs. NEAR: $11.2M USN Redemption Rejection Fuels Crypto Market Disarray

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Wintermute Accuses NEAR Foundation and Aurora of Breach of Contract

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Polygon Labs and NEAR announce ZK prover for WASM integration

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$NEAR

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MAP Protocol and Babylon Unite for Enhanced BTC Staking Security and Web3 Interoperability

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- Following the announcement of a new agreement, NEAR experienced intraday growth. - While the coin traded at overbought levels, the bulls maintained market control. Following the announcement of a cooperation with Nym Technologies, the native token of the layer 1 Near Protocol experienced an

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[SERIOUS] Critique my 2025 Bull Run Portfolio

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List of apps/wallets/CEXs where free cryptocurrencies can be earned

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Got $600... what crypto should I buy?

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The many mistakes I’ve made in crypto since 2017 and the few good (perhaps lucky is more appropriate) decisions I’ve made along the way. Moons, I hope, won’t be another thing I have fallen asleep at the wheel for.

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NEAR Protocol's Daily Active Addresses Spike, Will Prices Follow?

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NEAR Foundation CEO Marieke Flement resigns

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NEAR Foundation’s Marieke Flament Steps Down as CEO

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NEAR Foundation’s Marieke Flament Steps Down as CEO

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The many mis-steps I’ve made in crypto since 2017 and the few good (perhaps lucky is more appropriate) decisions I’ve made along the way. Moons, I hope, won’t be another thing I have fallen asleep at the wheel for.

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Second-Largest Stablecoin USDC Launches on Ethereum (ETH) Competitor NEAR Protocol (NEAR)

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7 checklists to help you navigate the 2024 crypto market successfully!

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SEP IRA vs "Normal Taxed Income" - investment strategy for Crypto 2025 bull run 5x.

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You can earn free cryptocurrencies on different apps/exchanges via "learn" quizzes

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Reminder: you can earn free cryptocurrencies on Revolut via "learn" quizzes - New quiz is about NEAR protocol!

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Bitcoin Climbs 3% to $26.6K; SOL, NEAR, ADA Lead Crypto Market Gains

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The many mis-steps I’ve made in crypto since 2017 and the few good (perhaps lucky is a more appropriate) decisions I’ve made along the way. Moons, I hope, won’t be another thing I fall asleep at the wheel for.

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Bep20/binance smartchain to ERC20

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Fyi, Bitstamp to End Trading of 7 Altcoins for US Users. Includes Axie Infinity, Chiliz, Decentraland, Polygon, NEAR Protocol, The Sandbox, and Solana

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Why is the NEAR Protocol crypto special?

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Ethereum rollups have hit the milestone of $10bn of assets and 2 million weekly active users! Scaling and adoption is finally here.

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Cannot wait to try #NEARTasks! I just signed up for their waiting list and will be earning $NEAR by working simple tasks. Sign up with my link below!

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We are living in amazing times!

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NEAR collaborates Hibiki Run to foster creative engagement on web3

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$NEAR Foundation Partners With Alibaba Cloud to Accelerate Web3 Growth in Asia

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NEAR Protocol feels a boost following Alibaba Cloud partnership

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Alibaba Cloud Partners with NEAR Foundation as Crypto-Friendly Founder Set to Take Over - Tokenist

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NEAR Foundation announces Web3 partnership with Alibaba

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NEAR Soars 12% Following a Partnership With Alibaba

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NEAR Digital Collective: A New Era of Crypto Governance?

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Do you guys think that it is time to write off all non-ETH L1s?

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NEAR Protocol Price Prediction 2023–2033

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Get to Know the BOS: FastAuth for Easy, Web2 Style Onboarding and Account Recovery

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Rep - A completely on-chain Twitter like social network (with a Pokémon Go twist) launching on top of NEAR very soon.

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What do you think about Web3 games?

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What do you think about Web3 games?

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🌕 NEAR: Empowering the Future of Web3 with its Revolutionary Blockchain Operating System

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Projects that are developers-oriented, layer-1 and have actual users of the platform.

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NEAR Staking Pool Analytics Dashboard

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Intro to Dungeon Goblins! The first generative music NFT on NEAR

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You can earn $10 in free crypto in minutes with Coinbase’s learn to earn.

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Solana Continues to Dominate as NEAR Flourishes

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NEAR Protocol Pushes Toward Greater Decentralization Amid Arbitrum Controversy

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The NEAR Blockchain Operating System is Coming to Consensus

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Even "legit" crypto projects' main goal is to rip people off their (fiat) money

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Solana created a proposal for the "Reddit Scaling Bake-off," luckily they were not chosen by Reddit despite earning more points than Arbitrum Nova

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Web3 Research - Practical Use Cases and Brands Implementations

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Web3 Research - Practical Use Cases and How Brands Have Done It

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New found respect...

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Bitcoin Touches Three-Week Low After Powell's Hawkish Testimony; NEAR Foundation CEO on Web3 Outlook

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Crypto season cycle??

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NEAR protocol releases blockchain operating system for Web3

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Liquid Staking Derivatives opportunities?

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Looking for research targets in coin data

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Binance earn stopped in U.K.

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NEAR calls for partnerships in its Accelerator program

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SugarYield - Offers Hedge & Speculate on BNB for Stable Coins - Passive Income - SolidProof

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NEAR Protocol: Primed for the Crypto Winter

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NEAR Protocol Will Succeed, There are Over 12 Million Java Developers

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Rollups – the main narrative for 2023?

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Cosmos IBC(Inter-blockchain communication) how close is to reaching interpretability with other chains

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Algorand now has > 10x the smart contract throughput than Solana and any other top L1 (SOL, BSC, AVAX, MATIC, CELO, ETH included)

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What you are currently seeing is a relief rally and even those are manipulated.

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NEAR Protocol: Optimized for Disruptive Developers

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As Always inverse this subreddit - example Near.

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NEAR is stealing from you

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Seems like insiders exposing shady dealings with the NEAR foundation

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The fact that some coins copy from somewhere else and claim to be innovative is quite unbelievable

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The Aurora Reddit Community x r/CryptoCurrency AMA is live! Ask us anything about Aurora, a Layer 2 Blockchain on NEAR built as a scaling solution for ETH which is the only L2 that uses "ETH" as the base token for Transactions.

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NEAR Strategic Update and Outlook for 2023

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L1 portfolio allocation advice

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[AMA] Incognito core team here - ask us anything!

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NEAR @ Miami Art Week

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[SERIOUS] What would you consider the biggest concerns with your favourite coins? DOT, ATOM, LINK, ADA, MATIC, NEAR, etc. I would love to hear healthy constructive criticism OR reasons why you didn’t invest into certain projects.

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Is the blockchain trilemma unsolvable?

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How to use NEAR

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Why you should use a personal/private RPC endpoint

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Which of these alt coin projects are not going to make these tough times or are as good as dead in your opinion?

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Top companies/projects affected by FTX & Alameda Research. aka STAY AWAY FOR NOW!

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Why exactly is NEAR categorized an AI coin nowadays?

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Nice to see NEAR soaring. Don't hold it anymore but it absolutely carried my portfolio for some meveral momths last year.

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I'm looking into 10K for eth least, and NEAR and QANX might actually 50X too, its low cap

Mentions:#NEAR#QANX

Cash out 4k and use remaining 5k to buy alts. $ROSE $NEAR $METIS $GLMR $REDO You win 4k and go on a nice dinner and take a risk with the Remaining amount while alts are still undervalued High chance that 5k turns to 20k during an alt season

LSS NEAR and FTM. I believe I can sell to USDT but then it would just be stuck as that.

Isn't NEAR protocol a better version of Solana?

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35% spot btc 5% ordinal exposure 25% eth 25% sol 10% INJ That is the majors port- all eth exposure is in NFTs Have some bags in 0x0, NEAR, STX, NOCHILL and preallocation to Runes

Mentions:#INJ#NEAR#STX

NEAR looks like it's gonna rip

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Blockchains need their own coins for transactions, and it adds more security to them than depending on other blockchain tokens. I don't think it makes any sense for a blockchain like QAN to use NEAR as its native token, if you understand what I mean.

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INJ is one of my biggest bag now, I'm waiting for QANX and NEAR pump too

NEAR at the top of my head. Heaps of others too.

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Has anyone checked out mining HOT through their telegram Bot. its based on the NEAR network and is worth the few minutes out of your day to click mine every few hours, its a unique gamified mining system.

Mentions:#HOT#NEAR

They don't hold anywhere NEAR 90% of the circulating Bitcoin.

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NEAR and several partners keep running hackathons.

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I’m not holding any Bitcoin or Cardano. I have AVAX, NEAR, DOT….. in my wallet. What do you think about these coins and what price they will reach by the end of 2024?

Hard hitters for me was Harmony $ONE. Bought at like $0.18 average. And it went to less than $0.02. I'm still down on Algorand. But I made up for it in NEAR, Polygon and Solana.

Mentions:#ONE#NEAR

I only invest 10% in crypto, nothing more. I have my major holdings of BTC and ETH, and I have some altcoins too, like QANX, ALGO, and NEAR.

It's nowhere NEAR that bad.

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Blue chip - SOL - Easy 5x during bull Mid risk - APT / NEAR - Twice to five times higher potential as SOL Degen mode - HORSEMEAT - We are not talking about 10x (1 mil MC) but minimum of 1000x during bull run, this coin survived first month and build solid community which drives it forward

Mentions:#SOL#APT#NEAR

1. BTC 2. NEAR 3. I need suggestions

Mentions:#BTC#NEAR

SOL has most users, comfy UX and nice products. NEAR has nothing of this, so why use it?

Mentions:#SOL#UX#NEAR

I've tried Avalanche and NEAR. Neither network even comes close to the user experience of Solana.

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If you think SOL is the only Layer 1 ETH alternative that has low fees, fast transaction times, and good UX, you haven't done your research. Just within the top 50, AVAX and NEAR fulfill all those requirements without any downtime. There's plenty more examples.

I was expecting to see at least NEAR and QANX on the list too.

Mentions:#NEAR#QANX

Bruh, if I were you, I wouldn't go for shitcoins. DCA into good altcoins like QANX and NEAR.

Does that specifically relate to NEAR or crypto market in general?

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Is NEAR dead? Price action has been so underwhelming this month.

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I’ve got half of these (dot, matic, ava, algo), plus NEAR, VET, OP, ARB, and FTM.

SOL, AVAX, QANX, NEAR, and several other L1s have fixed this already

After I bought DOT then it started bleeding lol. I think starting next week I will just DCA into other alts like NEAR and QANX

I've held on to my NEAR, but it kinda feels (without actual analysis) like they run an ad campaign at the start of each year, the price pumps a bit, and then gradual decline until the next time. Might be wrong, but here's hoping for some high profile developments and releases this year

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I'm buying QANX and NEAR, this week should be green if the TA is right

Mentions:#QANX#NEAR

Good for you, but tbh I lost hope in LINK, I opted for QANX and NEAR instead.

I sold all mine for NEAR, tired of waiting and seeing while other chains are doing.

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Anyone see NEAR becoming a Top-10 coin?

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Just have 80% in BTC and ETH, then keep the remaining 20% scattered in whatever altcoin you are holding. This is my strategy, and it works. I'm mainly holding DOT, SOL, NEAR, and QANX.

I see memecoins as more of a short-term play; most of them end up tanking. I prefer sticking with blockchain gems like AVAX, the one you mentioned, along with NEAR, QANX, and ARB. These have proven to be consistent long-term performers, and that's where I'd rather park my crypto.

It depends. Have you heard the expression “The market can stay ignorant longer than you can say solvent”? BTC Reward will cease in about 100yrs. After that, BTC goes away. As BTC Fees don’t cover costs let alone profit. And no amount of game theory will keep mining going. “Game theory”, as The Ignorant suggest, would be the reason BTC remains in existence. They believe investors would pay (gold) miners without receiving (gold) BTC. The paying of miners in perpetuity would be so that they could keep an impractical asset. BTC goes away unless a new hardware tech is invented. Which I doubt happens because there is no reason to innovate on behalf of BTC. On ETH, same thing. Gas Fees are a rip off. It’s much much worse than Visa’s 3%. DeFI and GameFi are janky on ETH. Worthless like a square wheel. SOL is awesome. But it has shut down and has had operational issues. Then you have NEAR, SUI, APT and maybe TIA. In Asia, because of NEAR, people get paid to use their lock screen. You can get paid to walk (albeit not a lot). A layer-2 on SOL called Helium is distributing Wi-Fi on the blockchain with Helium or HNT. These Layer1’s are Web3 not ETH or BTC. Google made billions off of your labor or the fruits of your data. NEAR, SOL, SUI, APT and TIA have created a paradigm where you get paid for your data. I can’t speak for all, because I only know NEAR and it can use any programming language in the future. I don’t think SOL qualifies but NEAR, TIA and SUI are what is called “modular”. And that is what 100yrs from now looks like. It ain’t BTC or ETH. They are called “monolithic”. NEAR is sharding and has not been disrupted. And just as secure as BTC. ETH2.0 failed at sharding abd gave up. And Visa, which may be the first blockchain on paper agrees with me. FYI: I never say this but do in these cases. Do your own due diligence on what the future looks like. I only know NEAR thoroughly. But invested in SUI and APT as well. I am also in ALGO and FTM but those chains may have fell behind. As for TIA, my only concern is “adoptability”. Their modularity could be too complex. Lastly, do not listen to any massive BTC investor, they are probably more ignorant about blockchain than any. Skeptic BTC investors are profiting off of ignorance.

Lol, but I made 10X from there, but I took profit, and now 80% is into BTC and the remaining 20% is into QANX, NEAR, and DOT.

Agreed, there are better chains like SOL, QAN and even NEAR but we arent ready for the real change yet I guess

Mentions:#SOL#NEAR

I own both ETH and Cardano. I bought ADA because I thought it was lagging too much this cycle...and I've been right. I also think the ETH ecosystem is better. Heck, BTC'S ecosystem seems to have more innovation lately. Look at TVL. Look at NFT volume. Is ADA launching RWA chains like Onyx for JP Morgan? Do they even have a good stablecoin system, one where the coins are not only audited but held to the standards of the NYFSD? It's the ecosystem, not the blockchain tech that matters. If the tech is close enough, the people will go to the dapps they want to use. ADA does governance better than anyone else, but that's not a selling narrative. Give me an L2 chain like Blast or Mantle where all coins are yield bearing--that's what I want to see. It's also not clear to me that ADA has the best L1 tech. NEAR is miles faster (than anyone, actually). TIA has the most innovative, modular approach to blockchains right now. Yes, ADA is better tech than ETH, but it needs to beat these other competitors too. TL;DR ETH has a better ecosystem, other L1s have better tech. ADA is lagging this cycle, but I see it more as a trade for the above reasons.

After a very nice dip yesterday for Alts you can expect a very nice price rebound if you think BTC will go up also. It still makes sense since Alts outperformed BTC to the upside every single time. BTC is up 9% from yesterday lows while SOL is up 17%, ICP up 32%, INJ up 27%, NEAR up 19%, ADA up 17% and so on. See it still makes sense. BTC benefits everyone and even it its not immediate then it will come shortly after.

The wonderful thing about Alts is that on the way up they outperform BTC by a lot and it makes you feel like you made the right decision and you are in the green and nothing but up from here. Unfortunately they also dip a lot more then BTC on the way down so they make you feel like the bull market is over or at least stalled with dark time a head. Its a blessing and a curse. BTC dipped 11.5% from it previous high. SOL did 32%, AVAX 36%, NEAR 35% and BONK 72%. Ouch.

wouldnt bother me, still need time to load up NEAR

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Kinda curious why NEAR never gets mentioned on this sub? Seems to have a bunch of recent traction based on dappradar.

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same, bought NEAR

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Just bought some NEAR, and some more ICP cuz I couldn’t help myself

Mentions:#NEAR#ICP

Smart move with NEAR. Add DOT, dump rest

Mentions:#NEAR#DOT

Yeah. I've already sold 65% of the BTC I bought late 2022, and similar amounts of AVAX I bought at sub $10. NEAR I'm only at a 2X but have shifted out a third. Good to lock in profits now imo if you got in during the bear, I can see us back down at the low 30ks level by the time of the halving.

ETF approval hype can't derail our cautious optimism! BAT and NEAR look promising, let's stay vigilant and keep coin trades private to avoid falling prey to scammers!

Mentions:#ETF#BAT#NEAR

From Ur average price or from their lows. Most alts did a calm 2x. Some 3x. Anywhere above 3x is extraordinary and far above average like AVAX, SOL, NEAR, and others

I really like NEAR

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Well are you after preserving wealth or making? 10k doesn't seem like the former, so I would be more risky. ie. 20% btc and 20 eth. 40-50% in any more "known" altcoin like ADA, NEAR etc. The rest 10-20% would go into micro caps and some degen play

Mentions:#ADA#NEAR

NEAR because is fast.

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Rate my portfolio: BTC, SOL, AVAX, ADA, ICP, DOT and probably thinking of buying some NEAR and FET too

I'm already all in on QANX, DOT and NEAR, my portfolio is about 3X up

I know how you feel: I held Lcx for a year at 0,6 or less and then decided to convert to ADA and NEAR. And of course this happens 🙄

Mentions:#ADA#NEAR

Scalability. Things that boast a high TPS would be the main thing to look for. Also, anything with really insane volume recently. NEAR, KDA, are the types of cryptos I'd be looking at (currently, on a downtrend, Bitcoin might need to take a 20% breather)

Mentions:#NEAR#KDA

Averaging 2-3k daily users over the past year compared to chains like Avax & NEAR that were averaging 50k during the same time on the largest Polkadot parachain is not something to brag about. Same goes for TVL (which is not really the best indicator due to how inflated this value usually is). Lets not forget that the most hyped DeFi project on Polkadot with partnerships with real banks has a stablecoin that's been depegged for more than a year now. Right now I cant name a single application one would use over competition on other chains where apps are more developed, more tested, and have much larger user bases. Other than that number of participants in crowdloans is so much lower compared to what it was in 2021. And the fact that projects like Manta are moving away from Polkadot also says a lot. Also "highest count of active devs" was a stat from 2021. Idk why people keep throwing that around.

Mentions:#NEAR

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.

Mentions:#NEAR#MINA

I think smartest is to invest in BTC and rotate into alts when BTC moons. My top suggestions for alts: LINK, HBAR, MATIC, NEAR, IMX, AVAX, QNT But of course DYOR as always.

Depends if you want degenerate big gains or safe returns. If big gains: DYOR and throw your 5k at one altcoin you really like. Alt coins are like gambling. If safe returns: btc, eth hasn’t done much this year and typically lags behind btc so.. eth risk/return could be a happy medium between BTC and alts. Can’t tell you which one to pick bc idk, but I’m in ICP, ALGO, NEAR, and IMX. I have a couple smaller moonshot alts I won’t mention, and I put half my portfolio in eth. If I could go back to October I’d throw everything in solana … lol… hindsight is 20/20.. good luck. AVAX Is a good one I got out of it already this cycle but I should’ve stayed in

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Now that SOL has already run, people are looking for things that are similar. APT and NEAR have entered the chat

Mentions:#SOL#APT#NEAR
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I'm not a maxi. In fact I have ETH, DOT, ROSE, NEAR and much more in my wallet right now. In the past years tens of alts, and even meme or shitcoins. Then why I sound like a btc maxi? Well, I have been in the crypto hole for 10 years, and at first I did not believe too much in bitcoin, I thought the alts were more modern and ultimately better and of course having less time in the market had more projection to rise. Then there was a series of events, alt coins that you buy because you really believe in the project and end up being a scam. Exchanges that close overnight without allowing you to withdraw your funds. People who believe in bitcoin from day one but realize that they cannot control the issuance of currency and set up their own blockchain. Alts that only came out to finance a company that takes advantage of those who bought their token. Pump, and dump. Projects that don't work due to technical problems. Long network downtime. Bad CEO decisions. As conclusion realized that in the best case scenario most of them are taking advantage of an open source project for their own profit without contributing anything. Of course there are also very good projects, one of the most profitable for me was LEND, I believed in it since the beginning. Later it was renamed AAVE. I seem to remember that when I sold I had made 6000%. So, among all the scams and failed projects there are some gems, with a solid business plan and well carried out. Then I read a book that made me start to realize: "Inventing Bitcoin: The Technology Behind the First Truly Scarce and Decentralized Money Explained" I seem to remember that it is free in epub format? I recommend it to everyone, although it only deals with the more technical aspects. And what did I learn in this short book? Well, I realized that all these problems are already foreseen and solved in the Bitcoin white paper. But how? If that was the first cryptocurrency? Its network has never crashed, nor downtime, but furthermore no one can take the decision to turn it off. There is no CEO who can make a bad decision there is a community who vote this decisions. The issuance of currency is not controlled by any company or central bank. There is no exchange because it is P2P, and therefore no one can close my wallet or exchange. And a lot more that are not worth mentioning now, but there is one thing that is much more shocking and that this book does not talk about. I realized that the price of all crypto follow the four year halvings cycle, so btc price marks when to go up and when to go down? Why if they are really so good projects and so useful can't go up when btc goes down? Just explaining why I sound like a maxi, and really recommend you all to read this book and don't follow any youtuber or social network car sellers.

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NEAR silently making new highs daily and gives no fucks about btc dumping

Mentions:#NEAR
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DOT for web3 and gaming, NEAR for a great developing L1, CRO as their exchange is getting all the approvals on regulations and licences.

Mentions:#DOT#NEAR#CRO
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NEAR had a bigger 7D gain.

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

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Glad to see SKL and NEAR pumping away 🚀 didn't pull the trigger on SAND but might ape in today

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Thoughts on $AURORA? It is an Layer 2 on NEAR for bringing compatibility Etherum smart contracts

Mentions:#AURORA#NEAR
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$NEAR up 100% this week and not being talked about is insane

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Im happy i swapped my 133 NEAR coins for PEPE last summer 🫡

Mentions:#NEAR#PEPE
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Added some NEAR yesterday

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NEAR

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Yes NEAR please

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NEAR

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SOL, FTM, DOT, AVAX, NEAR are making me very happy at the moment. Cosmos coins, NFTs and activity is also ramping up. I've actually had a strategy to hold larger alts with good teams, history and building through the bear market. As well as BTC, ETH I know people say last bears coins won't do well but I'm not sure that's right.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Moreso AVAX. Or NEAR. OR INJ. OR TIA. OR... You may notice a pattern with these - DEFI NETWORKS.

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

I hold ALGO, but I'm not familiar with QAN. I believe account abstraction will be one of the key narratives in the upcoming bull market. Keeping an eye on tokens like DUA and NEAR as well.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

solid recommendations all around. LINK, NEAR... DOT and ALGO seem like they just woke up, but still uncertain.

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AVAX and NEAR, though 👌

Mentions:#AVAX#NEAR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Have steered clear of alts but my NEAR is pumping and I'm feeling the degenerate gambler coming back out. 1k split into 2 or 3 alts, are the old alts dead ? ONE, AVAX more NEAR ?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Maybe NEAR, FET, TIA, or INJ.