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What are your opinions on Harmony ( ONE ) I want too no both sides of the scale what is both good and bad about the project. what do you know that maybe other don't care too share. I have some ONE myself so shill away if you want too or do the opposite all opinions welcome.
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Can you stabilise your Harmony ONE withdrawal situation, as one of the biggest holders you have control to keep withdrawals open rather than stopping and starting? It would also benefit the security of the network if you split your staked ONE across many smaller validators.
Yep. That’s what real results are repeated and found to be the same by multiple independent parties. You want me to trust them like an FDIC insured institution they can start meeting some of those qualifications. They get ONE legit audit and I’ll roll my eyes less. Right now they don’t even have that. If banks pulled half the bs tether does this place would be up in arms
Literally no one here knows anything. Weeks ago: LRC!!! Crashed. Then ONE!!! Crashed. Everything crashed. I learned not to trust any one person on reddit. BTC is cool and all, but it’s nothing but hype. Supply and demand. If people ever get bored or if there is a massive dump, BTC can crash like any other asset. I like it as a speculative play but I definitely would not put more than I can afford to lose.
i used to be quite bullish on harmony ONE, and thought they had what it took to survive a bear market. recently with all their questionable DAO choices, i dont feel that same conviction. its my smallest bag by far, but i think im about willing to part ways with them. Anyone else lost confidence in them? wondering what other people think and please have more rationale than i sold because price went down
Hey off topic. Anyone have that picture from another office. It was during Bear Stearns and Lehman times at one of their meetings. The ONE GUY the only guy wearing khakis…in the whole team. It was from an office skyscraper to another and there was just one guy wearing Khakis. I can’t find it anywhere.
err.... Bitfinex and Tether are owned by the same company and Tether is the most used tool for wash trading in the crypto markets. There's a reason why when Bitfinex lost nearly a billion dollars to money laundering raids they raided Tether's reserve to cover the loss. They're corrupt as fuck and if you don't realize it yet you're going to be one of those poor fuckers who lost their life savings in Luna going WHY DID NO ONE SEE THIS COMING AND WARN MEEEEE
I would argue that low priced penny coins are just a tad inflated by small time investors who value penny coins because they perceive them to be more valuable. These numbers arent enough to move markets and cause the absolute success and failure of entire ecosystems. I was more commenting on how people specifically in this subreddit always seem to gravitate towards these penny L1s like ONE, CKB, VET, etc.
Begginer question here, so when I lets say create a custom token with 1 mil total supply, and I put half a mil available supply. I add a pair and a liquidity, etc. that half a mil of available supply goes to me, other half is available for minting using the CI tool on jenny token, otherwise its "locked" in a way. Now lets say pair is 1 ONE 1 Custom token. and my liquidity is 10 of each. if 100 people buy 10 custom token each, where will they get it from? Since 499 990 is in my wallet, 10 is pooled and other half a mil is still locked unminted. Where will that 1000 taht is requested for buying come from, or will it just be insufficient liquidity?
You guys are looking at Tether and paying all this attention to it yet NO ONE has been able to find solid data that they are actually responsible for the P&Ds. You guys are literally paying attention to the kid with the Down Syndrome saying "watch out for him, he looks sus bruh" and thinking you're being fucking careful and responsible. It's that stupid correlation saying "Most kid drownings happen in the summer. Kids eat most ice cream in the summer. Therefore, ice cream causes kids to drown." Start paying attention to other things that are much more suspect, and maybe we'll get somewhere!
I think almost everyone who is smart would START from that opinion. I know I did. I mocked Bitcoin right down from 20K all the way to 6K in 2018... And I was positive it was going lower still... However, as a rational market observer, that's also where I began getting very "interested" in the trade due to its volatility and its upside potential. In late 2018 I decided the ultimate bottom "should have" been $1,000 (the descending triangle breakdown pointed right there). YET I knew if I did NOT start buying at 3,000 I could miss the whole thing trying to be greedy. So I began accumulating at 3,000. I decided to do nothing between 3K and 4K once I had a small position. I also decided I would buy more IF it either went BELOW 3K or ABOVE 4K. Because IF I refused to average up at higher prices - I would be left with an underwhelming position size. If it dropped below 2K I could get a really nice cost basis with even more swing behind it... So I bought the asset I had scorned and disliked (that's the first week or two BEFORE I read about how it worked, and became a PROACTIVE buyer, realizing the strength of the security and the ease at which its transacted). But before that time I did not WANT Bitcoin. I did not LOVE Bitcoin. But I did know that I could ill-afford to own zero of an asset that was undeniably pointing at a million dollars plus in the next 10 years. So I bought it as upside insurance against my former opinion being wrong. Once I owned it my opinion became obsolete. Opinions don't turn profits, positions DO. Downside risk ($3,000 per BTC). Upside risk ($1 million dollars per BTC) in 8 years, give or take. I may be one of few people who can become a millionaire by being "wrong", and yet realizing that it is ok to insure oneself against being wrong by disliking an asset, but simultaneously holding the asset. Because my disliking it does not alter what I see in the charts. It is an undeniable, unstoppable, exponential uptrend. Is it a bubble? Yes and no. It is a SERIES of bubbles built on a very orderly up-trend, at which there are MANY on-ramps in each decade (deeply oversold) to safely enter the trade. And few, violent mania peaks at which to distribute some of it and de-risk your trade... What differentiates the wealthy from the perpetually impoverished is our ability to realize that our opinions (even ones that are long-held opinions) do not change facts. And once you recognize in the logarithmic chart that Bitcoin is an exponential up-trend that has NEVER stopped its larger up-trend in 12 years (when you zoom out on the chart), you either get aboard, or you stay on the Titanic with the other 99.4% of the population who think its "less risky" to sink on the Titanic than to be rescued by a passing space ship. They deny the space ship's existence because they were told by the experts that space ships do not exist. And yet there it is. And the few people that step aboard the space ship are thought to be crazy, since space ships "do not exist". Space ships are also "risky" because they move fast and go VERY high. Everyone currently ON the space ship is dry, warm, and safe. But the sinking Titanic that the 99.4% cling to - is what the majority is familiar with and what they believe in - and so they are all content to sink below the waves while we just look down in pity, and confusion, as to why they do not want to be rescued... It is difficult to reconcile for us, because we keep hearing from their screams and their cries that they WANT to be rescued. But in reality they want to be rescued, just not by a space ship. Every opportunity they are given, they ignore the space ship and just keep scanning the horizon hoping another big boat will suddenly appear to off-load them. But there is no boat coming. No paradigm which they understand, to come and save them. Space ships may seem volatile because they move fast, and they go up and down. But they also have advantages of getting to new places at a million miles per hour... We did not originally WANT to be on the space ship. It is not what we know. It is not IDEAL. But we prefer the space ship to the icy grip of death that awaited us all on the Titanic. Make your choice early. And realize you have SOME TIME to change your mind... But with each passing decade the price will become more and more unreachable for you and anyone you know - who does not already own it. One day fiat millionaires will WISH that they had bought it, so they could afford to buy just ONE Bitcoin with all their money. But ... they won't be able to... Either hop on the space ship with us... Or have fun being poor.
You're using buzzwords without explanation. How is it a pure currency. How does it collaborate with other projects. Alchemy Pay does both of those as I mentioned. Doge has done 0 to develop as a global currency. Other projects are already very much ahead of it. Doge hasn't had success outside of being a pump due to tik tok and elon continually tweeting about it. A majority that hold it still hold it on CEXs which have their own cards and can choose payment options. You aren't making a very good case for doge other than simply saying it's got a future and governments hate monero. Despite not being listed on ONE exchange Monero is still more popular.
I have a big bags of ONE, FTM & ROSE. ROSE I’m not worried about because what they’re doing is great stuff however ONE took absolutely forever to even reach $0.20 and has just been wrecked, same with FTM, I heard the teams going away from action ever since Andre left…
I think we have many chain for different use cases.There isn’t ONE chain to solve all problems. Some are robust and slow with high fees but secure…some are very fast with very low fees and sometimes offline… You can’t get everything in a single chain.
Avoid people who claim how much they made and how you can do the same. ***NO, YOU CAN'T.*** *If I have a way to make more money, telling ppl that will create the opposite effect.* Avoid people who claim that certain projects will be up 100% or 1000% by this date. ***NO ONE CAN PREDICT THE MARKET.***
#Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by Blendzi0r which won 1st place in the Bitcoin Cash Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > # What is Bitcoin Cash (BCH)? > > Bitcoin Cash is a [hard fork](https://www.investopedia.com/terms/h/hard-fork.asp) of Bitcoin. It was launched in 2017. [It has 32MB blocks instead of Bitcoin’s 1MB](https://www.coindesk.com/learn/2015/08/21/what-is-the-bitcoin-block-size-debate-and-why-does-it-matter/), so it can handle many more transactions per second (TPS). And that’s the main difference between BTC and BCH, as its goal was to tackle [Bitcoin’s scalability problem](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin_scalability_problem) without the second layer solutions. > > # What are the pros of BCH? > > ​ > > **IT’S MORE SCALABLE THAN BITCOIN** > > As mentioned in the introduction, BCH has bigger blocks than Bitcoin. It allows the network to handle more than 200 TPS compared to Bitcoin’s 7. [Transactions on Bitcoin Cash are faster and transaction fees are lower](https://www.investopedia.com/tech/bitcoin-vs-bitcoin-cash-whats-difference/#citation-4). > > The average transaction fee on BCH network usually stays substantially below one cent while an average transaction fee on Bitcoin network is usually much above $2 and during congestion, like earlier this year, can even reach [more than $60](https://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/bitcoin-transactionfees.html). > > ​ > > **IT’S BASED ON BITCOIN…** > > As a hard fork of Bitcoin, BCH offers many benefits of Bitcoin fundamentals, like anonymity, reliability (they both use the same cryptographic hash functions - [Secure Hash Algorithm 2](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SHA-2)), limited number of coins that will ever be issued ([21 million](https://decrypt.co/34876/why-is-bitcoins-supply-limit-set-to-21-million), same as Bitcoin) and, last but not least, the codebase. > > ​ > > **… BUT IT HAS MORE FUNCTIONS AND UPGRADES…** > > BCH is utilizing smart contracts, including [Cashscript](https://cashscript.org/). Cashscript will bring [DeFi](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decentralized_finance) into Bitcoin Cash, so it might compete with other DeFi platforms. There are also other developments like CashSuffle and CashFusion that [further improve privacy on social networks](https://changelly.com/blog/btc-vs-bch/). > > And while Bitcoin had it's last upgrade in 2017, Bitcoin Cash is upgraded regularly. The [last upgrade](https://news.bitcoin.com/bitcoin-cash-upgrades-successfully-network-works-as-intended/) was applied in May this year and was focused on improving the user-experience and double-spending protection. BCH developers are also aware of the past tensions that resulted in hard forks and decided to implement [CHIPs](https://bch.info/en/chips) that are supposed to make future upgrades more off-centered, independent and overall smoother. > > ​ > > **… AND IT’S CLOSER TO WHAT SATOSHI NAKAMOTO INTENDED** > > In July 2017 [Roger Ver](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Ver) and others stated they felt that adopting BIP 91 (that would later activate [SegWit](https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/segwit-segregated-witness.asp)) favored people who wanted to treat bitcoin as a digital investment rather than as a transactional currency. That's why Bitcoin Cash was created. > > In the [whitepaper](https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf), Satoshi Nakamoto intended Bitcoin to be a transactional currency - “an electronic cash system". But today, it needs to rely on the second layer solutions in order to achieve that, therefore [some people argue](https://www.newsbtc.com/news/bitcoin/roger-ver-bitcoin-cash-is-a-better-investment-than-bitcoin/) that Bitcoin Cash is closer to what Nakamoto described. > > ​ > > **IT’S ONE OF THE MOST ACCEPTED CRYPTOCURRENCIES** > > As of 21.10.2021, [1168 merchants accept Bitcoin Cash](https://acceptbitcoin.cash/). And despite the fact that Bitcoin has risen in value since the hard fork while Bitcoin Cash has dropped in value a little, it’s still one of the most popular coins and the project is continuously developed. > > ​ > > **SUMMARY** > > Although Bitcoin Cash supporters claim that it can do whatever Bitcoin does but better and although it is one of the most popular cryptocurrencies that is constantly updated, it's impossible to deny the fact that it has lost against Bitcoin when it comes to adoption. And, unfortunately for BCH, it's all about adoption. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ovmtt8/rcc_cointest_coin_inquiries_bitcoin_cash/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Bitcoin_Cash) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.
>For comparison... Apple is backed by 1.3% of REAL ASSSETS, the rest of the price is "hypothetical bullshit" Apple shares aren't IOUs for cash. You can't "redeem" apple shares for anything. You just try to sell them. >It is ONE FUCKING BILLION... seriously... like let's thing about this... it is 1.3% of the entire God Damn Market Cap. It doesn't take 1 billion dollars to move the price 1 billion dollars. [Currently 1,000 BTC ($29,000,000) can move the price 10%](https://data.bitcoinity.org/markets/books/USD) on the most liquid exchange (which happens to be a Tether exchange) >Tether has reduced their commercial paper to under 50% yet they still are more sound than the fucking coin they are pegged to. Why would you take the word of a company that has repeatedly lied about its reserves? It was still pretending it was 100% USD cash backed for months after it lost 30% of that backing. It didn't even start mentioning commercial paper until the NYAG lawsuit forced them to start releasing some level of detail.
I remember Bitcoin at $200 . I also remember someone offering me 50 BTC for $10K and I turned him down. Countered $8K and he said no. Even $8K I wasn't quite ready to pay for some digital thing NO ONE I knew in real world had ever heard of not even my techie friends. Damm, if only i knew better
At this point, i would like at least ONE fucking coin to be used as a currency… i really don’t care which one now… everyone is treating their favorite coin like a stock or a store of value… fuck that shit! Give me ONE G-D defi coin i can use on a daily basis to replace fiat please! Ugh!!! I don’t care if it is a shitty memecoin or not at this point. It could be a dog or ostrich for all i care as long as it replaces the notes that have an aged former hot monarch or randy scientist who liked flying kites in storms and influencing younger generations with his ideas… or the bland fiat notes with pictures of bridges and buildings so as to not offend…. I do not fucking care what defi cryptoCURRENCY does it, as long as one DOES it at this point.. let the goos bois run for all i care anymore. FFS!
It is ONE FUCKING BILLION... seriously... like let's thing about this... it is 1.3% of the entire God Damn Market Cap. Seriously??? SERIOUSLY. For comparison... Apple is backed by 1.3% of REAL ASSSETS, the rest of the price is "hypothetical bullshit" Let's get real people... Tether has reduced their commercial paper to under 50% yet they still are more sound than the fucking coin they are pegged to. GROW THE FUCK UP PEOPLE!