Binance software has a critical bug and their system just falsely completed 518 NEO ( N3 ) transactions that my close friend never received and marked as completed for him. He will present you 100% bulletproof evidence in this post and comment below. Thanks!
Binance just stole 518 NEO ( N3 ) from me and the guy from Binance support chat is ignoring all bulletproof evidence I gave him. Brothers.... please help me get my NEO back. I will present you with 100% bulletproof evidence in this post I don't have anyone else to ask for help only you.
HODL culture is a very dangerous cult (esp. for altcoins), please stop doing this to people and let them take profit whenever they want. There is nothing wrong with taking profit when you're 30% up. Not everything has to be up 5000% for you to approve of someone else's unHodling
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This doesn't guarantee anything.. last Alts bullrun was more like Shitcoin bull run. None of the top 10 Alts got any chance of making 10x. It seems with Alts all the one that has made bullrun don't do so well again. LOOKING at NEO, LTC, XRB, ICN, DASH, and etc.. that all did soo well in 17/18 had all been mediocre to say the least last 5 years.
NEO is a very interesting project. One that I have a tiny bit of from ANT days. That being said, I went to custody it off the exchange it's been sitting on since I bought it and every wallet scared the piss out of me thinking it was some shitty CCP hack spyware. My antivirus and my windows both didn't like it. I said nah it can stay on the exchange. It's not enough for me to ruin my PC over. Lol.
>Not that I see any institutions widely adopting crypto payments any time soon In that case, when ***DO*** you think the NEO bank of Spain - in the form of the TruStable spinoff - will launch their Forex payments based on a Nano payment rail? I was under the impression from George that she expected it in months? Certainly sometime this year? So if not, when, and why?
you decision should always be made against current price - bringing down investment basis is only the best decision is the investment is also the best decision. No point for example bringing down the cost basis on NEO which is 95% down when you could invest in a better project
In 2018 season I lost a fair amount on NANO, DASH, NEO, XRP and MIOTA Just got the chance to sell when these shitcoins go up in Apr 2021. That’s a fking 3 years wait. This time I just focus on BTC and ETH. Enough trauma for me already.
Fundamentally it is a great coin… price just doesn’t reflect it because they do absolutely no marketing… behind the scenes they have made a couple big moves tho with BSN and the jiuquan chain….. personally I don’t care that they arnt spending a ton on marketing just to pump the price short term…. Also with the Chinese opening up to NFTs but just calling them digital certificates or whatever they call them I think NEO will play a huge roll in their blockchain adoption down the road…. Gotta think long game and not just what’s hot at the moment…
If you think built in oracles are important you should take a look at NEO, built in oracle… file storage, NEO name service, interoperability, multi language support for smart contracts and many more features…. The most feature rich smart contract token on the market
## PoS No pure proof of stake coin will ever be decentralized, and this means that each bank in the world will/can come up with the exact same security model for their crypto, and banks work by multiplying deposits to lend money (aka debt creation aka money printing), so public blockchains + limited supply pure PoS is a total illusion. We will likely have hundreds of private moneys held by banks which will boil down to a dozen major ones. And the proof is in the pudim, just take a look at who runs the nodes for EACH and EVERY PoS coin, it is always the "foundation" or whatever like that. Especially, don't let them gaslight you with diplomas, code and technobabble thinking that you are so dumb as to not understand this basic fact (well most of you are but a lot aren't). I'm not a PoW maximalist, not a BTC maxi at all, but it so happens that it is the only potentially decentralized consensus people came up with so far. ## DAG Another thing I might add here is that all the DAG hype is just that, hype. the fact that DAGs like Avalanche/Nano, etc never fail (well some devs manage to make them fail like IdOTA) means ONLY that they are being validated in a PoS centralized setup. Totally useless, why not just have a NEO-like DPoS consensus? Just pin-pong block validation among your whitelisted nodes. The simpler the better if you are to run a centralized consensus mechanism because you want speed. ## NFT All the hype with NFT is unbelievable to me. NFT is a big unabashed scam. Just think for two seconds and realize that if you can freely download the media, who gives a shit about who holds the first displayed hash of that? But the idea is not totally useless, exactly because blockchains are good for notary services, proof of existence. You WANT that the files you hashed be infinitely reproducible because you want to prove that you hold the first occurrence of that file in your utxo, so you want to prove that you invented that thing, say, for a patent application. Needless to say that here you are totally dependent on governmental institutions to actually acquiesce and utilize that system in order to *legally* to give you prior art. And, again, what is the use of selling that hash to another person? It is nothing but a digital beanie baby collectible. ## DEFi The only usage of DEFi is decentralized exchange. But the whole idea of tokens themselves is also problematic. A business has no use for a token they cannot control, because they can just use a fucking website and control the issuance, burn and transactions anyway. They WANT TO be centralized. Why wouldn't they? The whole underlying value of the token is THE BUSINESS, NOT the blockchain where the tokens are. So if tokens are problematic, a DEX is also not that big of a thing you think it is. But hold on a second, you will now call me out and say "bullshit, we have stable coins like tether and they are very useful because we can hold them, send them to multiple exchanges and exchange one for another, like RUB/Dollar/Yuan etc both in the exchanges AND in DEXes". And you are damn right, this is for sure a very clear usage of DEX and tokens, but what is the underlying peg of that? Some algorithm bullshit that runs on centralized side-chains like a pyramid retro-feeding scam that blows up once a korean dude exit scams the treasury? Or the fact that the market BELIEVES they hold value and exchanges LIST THEM and scalp them to keep that value? This here is a kind of chicken/egg problem and I won't pretend to know more than you know about this, the DEX in this example does give some underlying value to that peg, it makes it very attractive that you can hold a fiat-peg in a decentralized chain and that adds to your belief in its peg, but that is also because exchanges do use them (and used them prior to DEXes and whatnot) and people trade on them there. So I'm not completely sure here, but in sum, I think DEFi main case is for stable coins arbitrage, because the token themselves, the stable coins, are fiat, they depend on belief. DEXes will never replace exchanges because you whatever "wrapped" coins are obviously not the real coins. ## Wrapped Coins LMFAO seriously, this is such a scam it hurts. Wrapped coins are very dangerous and they are a way for exchanges to inflate the supply of coins to sell IOUs of coins they do not hold in full and profit out of it. That is, wrapped coins are tokenized IOUs. You will be in a serious world of pain if the exchange simply refuses to continue to accept the wrapped coin, OR if the wrapped coin token goes to shit in the DEXes. We should all ask exchanges to stop this blatant fractional reserve scam. ## Yield farming I get that some of you cool kids got rich with yield farming pyramids, but they are just that, pyramids. Once the influx of capital falls down the curve threshold you are absolutely fucked. So always trade those with a small portion of your capital and don't be too greedy because the rug pulls are absolute savagery.
Well each bear market would be different but im seeing different things as you. Xrp and litecoin still above bear market lows but not by much, EOS is below. NEO is slightly below. I dont think its realistic for bitcoin to go 20k at all.
> ALGO as if it’s a small, forgettable project I mean I didn't mention it not because of this, actually searched the platform earlier today - I didn't include it as to me it doesn't have substantial actual adoption/developer mass compared to the L0/L1s I mentioned. It could disappear in a long bear market, like EOS or NEO. Most of the 'major partnerships' and 'ecosystem' they list are bullshit and don't exist - they're companies who are 'partnered' in the sense of 'making money off the product' or 'invested in' and not 'actually using and developing their business on.' Maybe I'm a bit out of the loop with the project, admirably I haven't paid attention to it for a few months, but ultimately it seemed like just another 'fast smart contract platform' with 'low fees' that wasn't actually innovative.
Depend on what you invested in. If BTC/ETH then most likely won't get your money back until the next bull run not this year or anytime soon. If it Alts sometime they will never reach the previous high like NEO for example. ​ For me it too late I would move alts into BTC/ETH and ride it out but it'll be a long bear market.
Many alts will never seen their previous ATH, just a heads up. Same has happened every bullrun. Survivors are BTC ETH LINK ADA DOGE (bizarre but it’s a survivor of nothing else) and probably a few others in forgetting (XRP never actually got back to its ATH from 2017/2018 fyi). Things like IOTA NANO VET EOS NEO TRX (all three previous “ETH killers”) and most projects never got back to their 2017/2018 ATH during this last bill market, and there are still many bag holders from 2017/2018 holding them who missed out on the newer projects this last bullrun.
I got in Feb of 2017. Before the run up of '17 and the crash of '18. Here's a few things I learned or wish I'd done different (and did do different this time). 1. It can ALWAYS go lower. Anything you have. It will dump and you'll say "well it already dropped so guess I'll just hang on. A week later it will be half that price. Then even less. It can ALWAYS go lower then you think it can. This from a guy that rode NEO from $180 to $7. 2. Get part of your portfolio in stable coins. Ideally this should be done when things are green every day and you've made profit, but do not be 100% in coins and ride them all down down while this sub screams "HODL!". Have some in stables to buy when it finally, finally stops dropping. 3. Stop obsessing about crypto. Once you have the coins you're prepared to hold long term and a percentage in stables for later, go out and enjoy life and stop thinking of crypto every hour of every day. It will be doom and gloom most days for a while and you don't need that affecting your life. Get back to living and check in once a week to see how it's going.
There could always be some kind of bug or security flaw in any software. The more complicated it is, the more vulnerable. My level of confidence in the cryptos: BTC, ETH, ADA, XRP, SOL. They might all make it, but one or more may fail for technical reasons. Then there's the question of how they'll fare on the markets even if they work at a technical level. BTC has survived the entire history of crypto, ETH and ADA rose in the 2017 cycle and did even better in the 2021 cycle. XRP was one of three original coins that has survived in the top 10 from the 2013 cycle until now, but it couldn't match its explosive returns from 2017 in 2021. SOL is a new coin that could fade out like 2017 favorites BCH, NEM, NEO, IOTA, and EOS.
Didn't move on BTC, ETH, ADA, ALGO, or NEO. Just holding. Those are going to do what they do. Got everything off Anchor and moved to Gemini. Sell orders on UST in at $1. Done with that noise until they figure out a better backing (Utility for PAXG perhaps?)
I hate to be that guy , but... https://imgur.com/a/QBZujQE I used to think "NEO" was going to kill ethereum because it supported more coding languages than Ethereum. Then it suffered an attack on its nodes... And then someone else realized that they could just set up a bot net to attack the NEO network, so they did. I remember seeing so many coins at the top 80 spot and thinking, "Where did they come from? Why should I buy them?" and Luna was one of those such coins.
>I have been here since 2015 and I have never saw you around. Ya I would really lie about being here since 2017 lmao. Tokens at that time that were hyped into gains were XRP, NEO, Verge, IOTA, XLM, TRX etc... ​ >I think adoption is increasing really fast the last years. New techs always need time. Do you remember the first smartphones? Which adoption?
The fun part is trying to predict what alts will come back next time. Some will break the cycle and return like ADA and XRP did but most won’t. What’s in the top 20 now could be very different next bull market. Regardless of how good the project is. Imagine the 2025 new investors not even knowing or giving a shit what SOL, LUNA or DOT is because there will another new set of alts taking the spotlight or those projects will be around still but the price action will be shit. A lot of new investors this bull cycle didn’t know or give a shit about QTUM, NEO or OMG and if you haven’t heard of those then… yeah.
I had so many shit coins over the years (greed has no limits), but one coin which I think disappointed more is NEO. I really thought Neo will develop as solid alternative to ETH, but now I don't see it returning to it's previous ATH even though it's continuously building..
It depends on the coins you have. I sold several coins in 2018/2019 I didnt see having much of a future. I held BTC only, sold NEO, LTC, Dash and some others I cant even recall. Rebuild my portfolio with ETH, Link, Aave, BNB and in 2020 added DOT. Sold most early november except most ETH and BTC. I hold Luna, AVAX, Near, and Moonbeam now because I can see the potentiaal. Holding on to losing coins is never a good idea.
Right here. How much did I gain back? On what the community considers to be “quality” projects - a lot. BTC, ETH, BNB, ADA and DOGE did great. EOS, IOTA, BCH, DASH, XLM, and NEO did not. Overall I’m up significantly (still) from my investments. But I’m still down from 2017 on a lot of the “losers”. Advice? Stick to the “blue chips” Essentially BTC and ETH. Watch ALL alt coins like a hawks and ALWAYS take some profits during manic stages.
I bought ETH, BTC, VET, and ADA at peak 2017-2018 levels and still have them. I kept buying ETH and BTC over the 2018-2020 period and I’m grateful for it. I also had NEO, ICX, ARK, NANO, and OMG that I’ve cut ties with too.
I agree with you. There needs to be economic incentive for the coin to appreciate in value. If the tokenomics/distribution/unlock schedule are skewed heavily in favor of a select few, then price is at the mercy of those in control. I agree with OP that having an alt that solves problems, has utility, and a reliable team **increase** the chances of survival, but multiple things are necessary for success in the longer term. I’ve seen my fair share of promising tech (NEO, ARK, NANO, etc.) die off over multiple cycles. It’s all about giving yourself the best shot at a winner but realizing nothing is guaranteed, despite research and how good something looks on paper.
The $NUDES team is comprised of many of the same individuals that have been managing the Flamingo.Finance DEFI platform successfully the past year. The NEO N3 blockchain might not be the most well known blockchain, but its tech, devs and community are pretty damn innovative if you take the time to view what developers are creating on it; https://polaris.neo.org/ $NUDES might be a shit coin, but it ain't a rugpull. It's something you can already stake to earn via flamingo.finance and now, uniquely, meme to earn via https://nudes.army/
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NEO, THETA, and TRON are in the same boat and will probably never be listed on CB. It's a shame too because China doesn't control these coins, they are still blockchain tech. VET for example is based in Singapore, a free market economy, with offices in the US and Europe. Doesn't matter, they won't get the CB pump.
> and stick to those beliefs This is also how you end up with bagholders of NEO, EOS, DASH, TRON, and others that have fallen off. I agree to not be too reactive with how volatile the market is, but there’s no guarantee your faith in a product pays off
A lot of people here just can not handle the fact that a memecoin does better than a lot of their well researched, “actual” projects. Projects are not entitled to success, a lot of “actual” projects will fade and go the route of NEO/EOS and fall way off. Doge is the OG memecoin, it was created entirely as a joke and not to make the early devs and bagholders rich. I don’t think it’s ever going to truly die
Don't just compare it to finance sector. Compare it to everything else the technology sector has to offer. If you compare it to only the banking and SoV sector you automatically disqualify Bitcoin as there are tons of alternatives who can do exactly this but more for the same energy input or even less. 90% of cryptos don't have a reason to exist and won't exist in a decade. Even if Bitcoin uses half the energy of the whole of banking and gold it's still too much for it's size and it will rise even more. More or less the whole world uses banking and trades with gold, if even indirectly. Not even 10% of the world does it with Crypto. If you want to have fast and relatively environment-friendly transactions, you can just use Nano. If you want to use technology such as smart contracts and/or SoV you can use every other smart chain. While decentralization is an argument, it isn't for most people in the space hence big centralized coins. In real-world Bitcoin isn't any safer than Ethereum even if you need a whole more money to make a 51% attack, as with most top 10 coins, only the richest could make something like that. It's just a possibility and theoretically a lot safer. But theory doesn't always translate into real-world. Just like I already said, there's no reason for Bitcoin to exist anymore other than the name. You can argue all you want but most Bitcoin "hardcore" fans are only so hardcore because of the money they have in it and a minority are enthusiasts which is fine. Just my two cents as someone in the space for almost 10 years now and software engineer. The space would be a lot better if they majority would help develop one coin instead of the "my coin is better because I have 2$ in it" mentality. Be it Ethereum, SOL, ADA, ALGO or even NEO. 98% of people are in for the money and I can safely say that even if hype is good for the space, it's equally as bad and most of the coins would die without the "I make money" hype.
>Binance is either far-right or whoever is in charge of marketing materials is an absolute idiot. I think you would have needed to know it's Hitler's birthday (I didn't until this post) to start connecting the dots, definitely looks intentional with that knowledge. The most likely scenario to me is somebody in marketing did it and they work unsupervised or whoever signed it off didn't connect the dots. Pretty unlikely binance as a company are neo Nazis. Probably not coincidental the reward is in NEO either.
Hi jacking top comment: I’m an insider from Binance on a burner account. Believe it or not, this is just a mistake. > binance is either far right or whoever is in charge of marketing materials is an absolute idiot Neither. This was just a mistake that began with innocent thoughts in different culture then did not get noticed. The emoji on twitter gets changed often and twitter will not allow to recycle them. The team is very international and the persons involved in designing and checking this time do come from cultures that do not have this association with this symbol burned in, so not so sensitive to it. they just weren’t looking for it and didn’t noticed it. As for the Star of David GAS image that we see again, the tweet shows this was also many years ago. At this time the company was still in china and all Chinese staff who just did not have any idea of the cultural meaning or history. Six months distributed NEO GAS, six points on star. Makes sense if you don’t consider the global history because you are born and raised in China. Honestly seeing comments here is a little surprising. It is clear people expect everyone worldwide to have the exact same response of these symbols, and if they do not, must be binance is nazi. Sometimes a mistake is a mistake lol