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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?

r/BitcoinSee Post

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?

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

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?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/BitcoinSee Post

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

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

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

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

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.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

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.

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

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)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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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> Near (NEAR), Render (RNDR), Bittensor (TAO), Filecoin (FIL) and Livepeer (LPT) Only one of these is AI, and it's more Machine Learning and training than AI

> The fund has initially invested in the native tokens of crypto AI protocols Bittensor (TAO), Filecoin (FIL), Livepeer (LPT), Near (NEAR) and Render (RNDR) and will rebalance its holdings quarterly. I know near and render ripping the charts. Gonna check other ones asap

I hold NEAR too so I have the addiction of "cant stopp looking at de chartz" and I can't help but notice how NEAR trends are almost always the exact opposite of BTC Like when BTC drops, then NEAR rises and viceversa. Is there a technical correlation between the two?

Mentions:#NEAR#BTC

Then I think you're good to take a little risk on NEAR for a little more reward, jmo

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NEAR to the moon. BTC too, I hold mostly BTC, but I think there's room for NEAR to hold too

Mentions:#NEAR#BTC

My NEAR bag I bought during the 🇩🇪 dip is now up over 25% against Bitcoin. Do I sell now for sats or wait for more gains? I'm torn.

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$NEAR is very underrated. Of the alts, it holds its price well and recovers well.

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$NEAR will break 10$ by september! mark my word.

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Guten Tag! As a Canadian suffering through Trudeau and currency debasement, I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Germany for dumping so much bitcoin that I was able to start a position in NEAR at a nice discount. Now that they're all done selling, my newly acquired shitcoin is up nearly 40% for me. 🙏🇩🇪

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I own 80% of my assets in BTC; that's the smartest idea ever. The rest is divided between QANX, ALGO, NEAR, and DOT.

You came in at the right time. Another bull run awaits us and all you have to do is invest in quality projects. BTC & ETH, USDT or any stable should take 50% of your portfolio while other blue chips such as SOL, BNB, and NEAR. The other 20% should move to high-utility projects outside the top 100. ENS, API3, and exSat are a few examples.

That's for popular projects. In the beginning of some projects, VCs didn't touch them like TAO or NEAR

Mentions:#TAO#NEAR

Congrats for buying NEAR the dip. Now, can you sell NEAR the top?

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I bought NEAR for the first time during the dip last week. Up almost 20%. Niiiiiice.

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Welp, I bought a shitcoin: 100 NEAR tokens...yay or nay?

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Lmao I don’t doubt there are Iraqi’s that own Bitcoin... however The chances of you finding someone wanting to tell their Bitcoin for fiat NEAR you in IRAQ...are slim to none. If you think otherwise we’re on two completely different scales when it comes to global adoption.

Mentions:#NEAR

BTC, ETH and NEAR myself 👍

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#NEAR

BTC, ETH, SOL, NEAR and FTM, thats what i have been buying for 3 years.

I don't know about FET and NEAR but as a 3D artist who's familiar with the company OTOY which made the famous Octane render and then RNDR token, I can assure you that RNDR has real world uses outside of being traded on exchanges, at first it was used only to aquire GPU power for CG rendering purposes (render farms), but since AI is so reliant on GPUs it basicaly opened another use for it. TLDR; if all crypto fails, you can still sell your RNDR tokens to some CG artists.

NEAR, FET, and RNDR may be getting hyped, but let's not forget the countless projects that have come and gone with similar promises. Remember, it's essential to stay grounded and look beyond the buzzwords

tldr; In 2024, AI coins like Render (RNDR), Fetch.ai (FET), and NEAR Protocol have shown varied performances amidst a general market downturn. Render and Fetch.ai have demonstrated resilience with strong network activity and market gains, despite the overall decline in AI coin market cap to $28.86 billion. Render, in particular, has seen a significant trading volume and a price-DAA divergence suggesting a potential buying opportunity. NEAR Protocol, however, faces challenges with declining prices and fluctuating community sentiment. Collaborative efforts like the Artificial Superintelligence Alliance (ASI) are bolstering AI coin integration and market influence. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

The solid top caps projects that are currently on discount now are the good ones to invest in. The likes of ATOM, SOL, NEAR, ETH and MATIC. There is also a top gem in the making with an ASI token, which is a combination of FET, OCEAN and AGIX. The first phase is already live this week and the next phase is scheduled for July 15. A good one to buy in my book.

Since you already have BTC and ETH… TAO is an easy 10x - very solid AI project with major partnerships and professional team. ATH is also an easy 10x - depin project with the largest number of H100s. Token was very recently released. Major partnerships and funding. NEAR is an easy 10x - layer 1 protocol. Founder was part of the team that invented the use of transformers in neural networks which is the cutting edge of AI.

I'm also considering to dump it for SOL or NEAR.

Mentions:#SOL#NEAR

Got into FET around 50 cents and I'm bullish on the whole ASI plan still, but took some good profits. RENDER/RNDR also did well for me. NEAR, AKT and AIOZ are my other bags. Wish I bought TAO but still considering.

NEAR is still holding strong against the big sell off. Very happy :D

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To be honest, take some time to buy some of your bags at a cheaper price now if you can. I bought some QAN and NEAR today. The bull run will come eventually, but sadly, like usual, many will still FOMO 

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NEAR has been holding well despite all the chaos.

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Except for NEAR which is up a little today.

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Self advertising, since Pantera are heavily invested in Solana, amongst many other VC funders! 1. Solana - $335,000,000 2. Filecoin $257,000,000 - 3. Tezos - $232,000,000 4. Avalanche $230,000,000 5. NEAR Protocol $150,000,000 - 6. Polkadot - $145,000,000 7. Algorand - $126,000,000 8. Cardano - $62,200,000

Mentions:#VC#NEAR

This list sucks. No NEAR Or ICP, there goes your AI cryptos.

Mentions:#NEAR#ICP

Its a good opportunity for me to buy AAST and NEAR dip then

Mentions:#AAST#NEAR

I HOPE ETF next one will BE FOR LTC. No other coins deserve it before ltc.. Then DOT, LINK and maybe NEAR.

tldr; Hotcoin, a product of Here Wallet on the Near Blockchain, offers a unique opportunity to mine $HOT for free via Telegram. Users can register through a provided link, create a wallet, and claim Hotcoin every two hours after their storage is full. To claim without fees, transferring some NEAR tokens to the Hotcoin wallet is advised. The process includes completing missions and boosting levels to increase mining speed and rewards. Although not currently listed on exchanges, Hotcoin's future potential is highlighted by its development team's efforts to introduce new use cases, including HOT Pad, Cases Boom, and the upcoming HOT Mint for NFTs. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

tldr; The article discusses how individuals can create their own VPN service using Cableguard VPN and NEAR Protocol. It emphasizes the ease of the process but notes that users need to be proficient in Linux command line. The article is written by Vicente Aceituno Canal, an editor for Cableguard VPN and a leader in evidence-based cybersecurity management. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

I hold both NEAR and RNDR. Which one will do better in your opinion? I am thinking holding one only. NEAR has a higher market cap, but render already pumped a lot and is facing more and more competition.

Mentions:#NEAR#RNDR

People seem to make it much more complicated here than it is. If you have 2FA, strong password and other security measures, keeping it on Binance is completely fine. I know people who have held millions on Binance for years and keep doing so. If Binance or Coinbase fails, it doesnt matter if your money is on cold storage or no, crypto will enter into a bear market we never seen so your coins will lose the value anyway. If you do not care about the money for few years, ETH & BTC will be your go to investments as they are quite safe long term but wont give you a huge ROI. If you want to gamble to have bit higher returns in a possibly shorter time frame, then there are some safer lower cap projects such as Near, RNDR, LINK, AVAX, BNB (not shilling because of my personal choice, but purely based on the project teams behind - NEAR has ex-Google engineers etc) Good luck!

People are meant to be buying red rather than green, but they won't learn. I took this opportunity to get some more QANX and NEAR. 

Mentions:#QANX#NEAR

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Just an opinion, Lite coin, XRP, and Cardano the only way I would probably buy it would be on their ETF if they ever get in on it something I doubt it would happen any time soon take a look at NEAR and dive in to really get to know it’s potential this one it’s RAW DIAMOND being polished also AIOZ is now one of NVIDIA’s new pillars These two are worth doing your DYOR and I’m in them my self, soooo….always invest wisely

APU, NEAR and GME calls

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NEAR

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You should consider $NEAR & $RNDR also…Near protocol is focusing on (AI x Web3) and Render Network is a provider of decentralized AI-GPU-based rendering solutions… IMO $NEAR will do 10x, $RNDR 15x

Personally I look for coins that are strong against Bitcoin. Bitcoin is the staple of crypto, it's the one that poses the least risk. If your altcoin is not outperforming Bitcoin, then you're essentially assuming the extra risk for no reason. I chart everything in BTC. So rather than only looking at SOLUSD chart, I look at SOLBTC. So what exactly are we looking for then? Bitcoins big breakout of the 31k-25k range, was a big signal for me that Crypto is now a risk-on environment. Bear market over. This breakout occurred in October 2023. I would recommend, looking at some of these charts. RNDR/BTC NEAR/BTC SOL/BTC JASMY/BTC AR/BTC PEPE/BTC What you will notice is that these charts are all uptending against their BTC value since October 2023. This is a sign to me that they are stronger than Bitcoin. The next surge in crypto should really see altcoins gain value. If you look at coins like MATIC, ADA, and chart them against BTC, you will see that they are only going lower, against Bitcoin value. This says to me, I would rather just hold BTC.

Just sold off all my VET and put it in NEAR and AGIX (waiting for the ASI merge). Been holding VET since last september and made some gains along the way. Made far more with NEAR and AGIX during that time. Still think there is more to come.

tldr; The article discusses the top 10 Layer 1 blockchains to watch in 2024, highlighting their unique features and contributions to the decentralized ecosystem. Bitcoin is noted for its security and role as 'digital gold'. Ethereum is praised for its smart contract technology and recent upgrade to Ethereum 2.0 for improved scalability and sustainability. Solana is recognized for its high transaction speed and efficiency. Avalanche stands out for its rapid processing speed and unique consensus mechanism. Cosmos is highlighted for addressing scalability and interoperability with its IBC protocol. Binance Chain is known for its efficiency and dual chain architecture. Cardano is mentioned for its scalability and sustainability, based on peer-reviewed research. Polkadot is recognized for its interoperability and multi-chain architecture. Kaspa is noted for its high block rate and unique consensus mechanism. NEAR Protocol is praised for its scalability, usability, and developer support. These blockchains are foundational to the decentralized ecosystem, addressing key issues like scalability, interoperability, and security. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#NEAR#DYOR

best bet. followed, researched and bought 18k LUNA. Rode it to the $100 along with diversifying to Anchor and abracadabra. Saw its downfall and shorted it (lucky) the 3rd time it was at $100. Made more than my spot in 2 days. Went to the club and sprayed $25k on a supreme gun. Hoping to recreate with $NEAR

Mentions:#LUNA#NEAR

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overvalued based on narrative, not much happening on chain (its 200 tps but just look at any block and you'll see it's much less impressive than that). I rip on Cardano but I can at least name a few protocols or coins that exist there, I can't do the same for NEAR. Hell, you go to [Near Ecosystem](https://www.coingecko.com/en/categories/near-protocol-ecosystem) on CoinGecko and you have to scroll through like 30 projects that are multichain before you get to the single project that is unique to NEAR... and that is SweatCoin... Am I wrong?

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In order of biggest to smallest bags: SOL NEAR LINK AERO ASI (Altsignals not FET- the OG ASI) UNISWAP PAAL AI BRETT My bags are following my 2 favorite narratives (SOL is not really married to either narrative, but I believe that SOL will climb the market cap ranks to an even higher level once we get thru next altcoin season. And similar logic applies to UNI who is the undisputed Dex king in crypto and I think UNI price will reflect this sentiment) 1) BASE network is going to run this place in a couple of years. Maybe sooner *Aerodrome is the choice dex for Base *Brett will be Base's top Meme coin when it's all said and done 2) Support for my favorite AI projects. *PAAL AI: go explore their community and developing ecosystem and you'll see why *NEAR: NEAR has been at this for so long and finally we're seeing one of the most well oiled protocols available in the AI space. Performance wise, NEAR passes the smell test every which way you slice it and is trending to be one AIs biggest beneficiaries of AI narrative during altseason *LINK- the #1 oracle in space where Oracles will be huge for crypto. Not to mention the importance of connecting blockchains to real-world assets is something that I think will be critical for the performance of the many Crypto AI players *Altsignals: whether you believe in the use of AI protocols creating buy sell signals for traders or not, it's incredibly clear that this functionality will eventually become ubiquitous in crypto trading circles. It's genuinely a well run company too. DYOR and good luck : )

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Great, another person who can’t read more than a couple words… I said NEAR unlimited energy but apparently words don’t matter to you. I also said a bunch of other stuff about mass adoption and continued innovation that you clearly chose not to read, because again, words don’t matter. The article you linked, if you actually read past the first few sentences, very clearly laid this out. But you don’t care because words, don’t, matter.

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EXACTLY ! No one expected ETH ETF to be approved, why do you think the investor(s) are not diving in yet ? I tellya why my undeveloped friend, …… it’s because we are all still CHEWING on it , even the applicants were expecting and ready to put on a fight and go all 15 rounds with the SEC , but better get ready because my best friend BTC is a sneaky devil and excellent example of how high ETH will go , only 20x higher OH’ and better get ready for SOL and NEAR also now that they are positioning themselves in the start line.

Wasn't really even that. Just tongue in cheek But especially NEAR and Solana didn't like it. But if we can't make a little joke, then we can't do anything.

Mentions:#NEAR

I have got ETH, ATOM, NEAR, TRIAS as well as ARB. These are the tokens I have been DCAing into. Though, I plan to add more gems before or during the altseason. I have the upcoming SIGHT token on my radar. This is a project that represents the pinnacle of data verifiability & computational privacy for web3 AI.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

NEAR. I’m bullish on NEAR

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Safe alts are gonna be the ones that already have a high MC. Some of my favs that have done well so far are SOL, AVAX, LINK, DOT, and NEAR

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yep. I kinda thought I was probably way over diversified dragging a whole bunch of things through the bear because I didn't know what I was doing, but a bit of averaging down and it's turned out ok - and a few stars in there in the mix too. LINK looks like it will continue on the trajectory. AR has been unexpectedly strong. NEAR boosted more than I was expecting. I did sell out of VET after I got past break-even though - I still like the base project idea, and Sunny seems well-intentioned, but it also feels a bit like maybe a bit too much lies with him. I dunno. Still, got a few laggards in the mix too. Thank god for BTC carrying the weight!

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I'll keep investing in bitcoin kaspa quant mavia and avalanche . Thinking about investing in NEAR too.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hi and thank you very much for this AMA! I have been following the MPC prospect in the NEAR protocol and find it fascinating. Here are my questions. 1. What is the difference and advantages of using MPC over simply using hot wallets with multisignature that divide private keys into several shares? As far as Im aware, both are fairly fast with transaction speed. 2. While the idea of chain abstraction to simplify multichain transactions is very appealing for your average Joe, does that not inccur additional SEED fees for the intent relayers/validators (on top of the regular cross chain tx fes)? If so, does that not make the whole prospect fairly unappealing for low volume high frequency traders? 3. If my understanding is correct, abstract chain transactions wind up with 1 MPC wallet holding all the assets. If that is the case, isnt the whole thing fairly centralized?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Ukrainian Blockchain Week 2024, organized by Incrypted, is set to take place in Kyiv from June 17 to 23. The event will feature a series of large-scale activities including a conference, meetups, and an online marathon, aimed at gathering leaders and enthusiasts of Web3 technology. Key participants include major industry players such as Solana, Binance, NEAR, and Trust Wallet. The week promises insights, networking, and exploration of the latest blockchain trends and innovations, culminating in the Incrypted Conference 2024 on June 23, which will unite over 2000 participants, 20 speakers, and 30 companies. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#NEAR#DYOR
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Im finally back at my entry. Started on 60k bitcoin in 2021 when i saw my cousin make 350.000 with a couple thousand. So stupid. Started buying on 15k BTC up untill 2 months ago. Made some money on coins like Render, floky etc. And if alts would go back to their ATH from last bullmarket i would be around 5x but im not sure coins like NEAR, Matic, metis, Solana, IMX etc etc would do that. So lets fkkng pray for a 80-100k BTC soon and a 2017 bullrun. Im done buying tho. MAYBE end of May IF we get a 30-40% drop on alts.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’d sell your ETH for $NEAR, $VELO or $TEL these are HTF bullish but more volatile than BTC so if you can’t handle that choose the minimal gains with BTC

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Why not NEAR? it already went from 0.9$ to 8$. That's 8x just until now.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

NEAR is looking so strong this cycle. Gets so rarely mentioned apart from when it pops off. I don't have a clue what it does must it's made me good money this year.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Im betting strong on RNDR, Fetch, ICP and NEAR.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

There a few I would suggest - SUI, NEAR, Jupiter, Pyth, Ajax, but can't go wrong with a bit of BTC

Mentions:#SUI#NEAR#BTC
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I really think NEAR Protocol will be the next hype L1 this bull run. Purely because of how they're progressing and price has remained strong-ish despite the dips over the last two months.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Glad u asked. Third place Q1 2024 in total transactions of all blockchains. Just after Solana and NEAR. Which was 290% up. 403 million tx TVL grew by 9%. Revenue growth of 1,747% in Q1. Total new addresses grew by 46.5% in Q1. Try it out mate. I know we all like to shill etc. but it's a solid chain with a lot of activity.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AKT and ONDO still heavily undervalued for market leaders. INJ, NEAR, TAO, JUP, KAS, AERO are all good for this cycle. They all have pumped a ton but they still have a lot of gas. I would stay away from the rest.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Need quick takes on these alt coins. Any of them extremely bullish? Any of them way overrated? Any of them a scam? Curious on your opinions: 1. Cardano 2. NEAR 3. Akash 4. Ondo 5. Optimism 6. Avalanche 7. Injective 8. XRP 9. LCX 10. Aerodrome 11. Chainlink 12. TRON 13. Jupitor 14. THORchain 15. Bittensor 16. Kaspa 17. TON

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tldr; A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Coinbase, accusing the crypto exchange of violating US securities laws by offering unregistered digital asset securities. The complaint, filed in the Northern District of California, alleges Coinbase has been part of a 'shadowy crypto ecosystem' and knowingly violated securities laws by selling assets like Solana, NEAR Protocol, Algorand, Stellar, Tezos, Polygon, Uniswap, and Decentraland. This follows a lawsuit by the SEC in June 2023, which Coinbase disputes, arguing digital assets don't meet the criteria of 'investment contracts' under the Howey Test. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

From a very quick look, it doesn't look so. First your cost basis for the three initial buys of NEAR. 24.06 NEAR @1.226 USD 27.10 NEAR @1.7350 USD 146.10 NEAR @2.004 USD You paid a total of 369.22 USD for 197.26 NEAR, which means your three buys are equivalent to this single buy: 197.26 NEAR @1.872 USD. Then comes your sell of 150 NEAR @1.810 USD. This is the taxable event: your realized gain/loss = (your cost basis for 150 NEAR) - (price of NEAR at the time of the selling) = (1.810*150 - 1.872*150) USD = (1.810 - 1.872)*150 USD = -9.3 USD. I wrote this explicitly so as to make it obvious why it is sufficient to take the difference of your average cost basis per coin and the price per coin at the moment of selling, times the amount. After this event, you hold 47.26 NEAR. The cost basis per unit coin is still the same, i.e. 1.872 USD. To update your cost basis after more buys you simply do the same as before: 47.26 NEAR @1.872 USD 37.50 NEAR @2.1224 USD ... In a spreadsheet, it is probably more convenient to compute the cost basis per unit price after every single buy. Of course, it is exactly the same. To update your cost basis per unit coin after a single new buy, you just multiply your current cost basis by the number of coins you hold, then sum the USD amount that you are purchasing (or, equivalently, the amount of coins bought times the price you bought them at), and divide everything by the new total of coins that you hold. For instance, after your very first buy of NEAR, the cost basis per unit coin is simply the price you bought at. After the second buy, it becomes (24.06*1.226 +27.10*1.7350)/(24.06+27.10) USD = 1.496 USD, while the new amount is simply the sum of the NEAR purchased in the two buys, 51.16 NEAR. Adding the third buy, the cost basis per unit coin becomes (51.16*1.496 + 146.10*2.004)/(51.16+146.10) USD = 1.872 USD. When you sell, you just reduce the number of coin held, without changing the cost basis, and compute the gain/loss as above.

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> Yeah totally doesn’t smell like a ploy team Warren cooked up… >The lawsuit alleges that the digital assets listed on Coinbase are securities. This includes Solana (SOL), Polygon (MATIC), Near Protocol (NEAR), Decentraland (MANA), Algorand (ALGO), Uniswap (UNI), Tezos (XTZ), and Stellar (XLM). The plaintiffs argue that these tokens constitute ‘investment contracts,’ subject to state securities laws OK, so just don't invest in them. I wish I could punch these people in the face.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not just ETH. A new lawsuit against Coinbase for - ALGO, MANA, MATIC, NEAR, UNI, SOL, XLM & XTZ Careful how you shitcoin boys. No Alt is safe.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think the founders got their starts in tech with AI projects. NEAR originally started as an AI project and pivoted.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

NEAR I believe is planning to do some AI stuff.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Tbh I’m not sure of the conversion rate but it might be cheaper to swap Shib to a low fee crypto like INJ or NEAR and move to Binance

Mentions:#INJ#NEAR
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

The best long-term holds are the ones that are not only in the trending sectors but the ones with massive tech with great impact and never stop building because these are things that will keep the project alive when the bear comes. I consider the likes of LINK, INJ, ARB, ETH, and NEAR the best to invest for long-term hold. Another one I consider a good long-term hold is SIGHT when it goes live (a blockchain for verifiable FHE AI inference).

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

For the record, i do think this dip is normal, considering the macro outlook and BTC cycles, past trends, we are holding just fine. But i want to hear your opinion on this one: It looks like the SEC is about to take a shit on the altcoin season (ETH will get attacked, but every alt could suffer imo), we have XRP as an example, it doesnt matter if ETH wins in 2-3 years, the altcoin season has passed and you will have to wait 5 years to see any kind of relevant price action. The ETH ETF could be approved and it wouldnt mean shit if ETH ends up being a security (wich im 60/40 on it being one), but chances are it gets denied, and we see much lower prices on ETH, short term. Whats the upside to holding ETH compared to just moving back to BTC? i dont see it, at least not being worth the risk right now.. That being said, my current portfolio is 35% BTC 35% ETH and the rest in alts (SOL, LINK, AVAX, NEAR and FTM), so nothing too crazy. Im thinking of 2 options really, 50% BTC 20%ETH and rest in altcoins, or 60% BTC 40% Alts, and waiting a few month to hear more about the next 2 ETH big news and buy back in. I love ETH to death, it was my first crypto lol, but i just cant see the upside right now. Nothing good comes out of SEC suing Consensys and getting those ETF denied (short term).

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

NEAR also

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

good picks. NEAR has been very bullish even in the dumps too

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