It is not little cost for common man 40k PKR is nearly equals to 182 dollars. To run bitcoin node you need $50 for raspberry and then storage, electricity for 24/7 totalling aroun $75. Why would a common man should run it without incentive. That's why in my opinion only rich people can run it.
Doubling down on PKR.. price is lowest for a long time but played their early access game and it's seriously impressive.. check em out at Polker.game Bought in at 0.045 a while ago can't see it dropping much lower before their public release... Hopefully!
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Keep your DCA rolling through good and bad times, and see your crypto portfolio increase rather than their worth in fiat. This has helped me through some difficult times, now I have large amounts of ETH, SYLO, PKR, UTK, and CRO, I'm not going to stop DCA'ing because it will pay off in the long run.
I know I'm 7 days late here but I did a search on APE to get reasons on sentiment. Couldn't be opposite perspective also holds some weight? That is all the people who could not afford to be in this elite club that has been extremely successful can now get some exposure themselves. I can't afford an ape nft to get the awesome air drops and exclusive invites and early access to projects etc....but I can afford ape coin and get exposure to the ongoing success of this movement. Always a flip side perspective. I dislike doge Shiba etc but I aped in hard and my DCA now is $11.98. I'm up over $300 but watching carefully. BTC open interest is high that worries me. For perspective I hold FTT, KDA, VRA, GALA, XRP. My moonbag portfolio is alturanft (ALU) and polker (PKR) My highest ape buy was $13.36 my lowest $9.51 My gut says this coin will 3 to 5x. My gut told me to buy waves a few weeks ago at $8 and I didn't. I promised myself I'd listen to my gut. So far APE is looking solid. No rug happening. Godspeed
If I make like 100k, I'll invest like 30% into BTC, 20% ETH, 10% into DOT, 15% in SYLO, 10% spread across Gala, NII and PKR, then leave the remaining 15% in stable coins in case there's any upcoming project launch.
Leveraging on lowcaps I see, good strategy. I hold ETH,MATIC and PKR, you might want to check out DOT the Apy of staking DOT on most DeFi platform is quite lucrative or it's ecosystem project like Pinknode a lowcap with a potential to do a 50x when the market recovers.
>believe there's still lots of potentials in the gaming/metaverse and I'm bullish on it. I strongly agree, and I love how the gaming industry is accessible from all over the world and gradually taking over traditional games. The interesting part is that most of them focus on P2E mode, such as RFOX, that's also building an interoperable tournament-based game, and PKR, which rewards players with NFTs.
After my first experience trading, I've resolved to only hodl and stake, and this so far has been working for me. ETH, MATIC, PKR, DKT, SYLO are coins that I've at a point staked, and it helped in making my bag heavier. DKT was different because I got rewarded with a rare NFT. Rfox is one that I recently got into, and I'm personally waiting for the staking feature to go live.
The gamefi scene has been gaining so much attention, and it'll only be right to invest since the space is still in it's early days. MANA, PKR, DKT are some of the projects I've invested in, but I'm also paying close attention to RFOX
I lost every hope in trading after I tried it and got rekt. Since then I've resolved to holding and staking, and this so far has been working just fine for me. Presently I'm holding and staking ETH, MATIC, PKR, SYLO, and SOL. I hold DKT too, staked it then and was rewarded with some rare NFTs. I'm looking forward to the next staking program.
Anyone who doesn't take advantage of the dip is def gonna regret it in time to come. I don't want to be in a situation like that which is the reason I'm slurping the cheapies now. Getting DKT, and PKR at such low prices imo is a very good steal.
It's just market sentiments and has been like this right from time, and sooner or later we'll be back in the greens again. It's only wise to take advantage of the situation to stack up more gems. >You could for example gather up gaming tokens I'm buying from this category PKR, and DKT. The space holds so much potential and is growing by the day.
The earlier the better for me. I remember going in early on PKR, and I made decent gains from it. Duelist King is one of those projects I've been following up on, and I'm having this positive vibes about it. They've got a solid community, and their roadmap as well is on point. I'm hoping for the best with this one.
It's a nice bag you hold. I have ETH as my largest holding, followed by BTC. I hold some SOL, MATIC and SYLO tokens too. With the amount of attention the gaming space is getting, I believe that projects in that area would do well, so I added some low capped gaming tokens to my bag; DKT and PKR.
SOL, MATIC. AVAX, PKR, and MPL are three tokens I recently added to my portfolio in the hopes of making significant gains during a market upturn. I also have the majority of them staked in order to generate some good passive income.
I can't imagine myself in a situation where I'm only carrying one coin in my bag. BTC, ETH, LUNA, MATIC, SOL, MPL,PKR, and MPL are among the large, medium, low, and micro caps in my well-diversified portfolio. I've also staked almost all of my assets in order to generate some passive income and add to my bag's weight.
>Aside from war, the crypto market goes through cycles, and everything will return to normal in due time Well said. I don't bother myself no more because I know for sure that we'll be up once again. What I do in times like this is to carry on with my DCA into BTC, ETH, PKR, MATIC, SYLO, and stake them.
I don't think it's cool having all my investments in just one coin. I prefer to spread it out and diversify. Diversification makes you exposed to other options. I'm currently spread between BTC, ETH, PKR, SYLO, ADA, SOL, ICONS, and it's best for me this way.
You don't have to quit your job to invest in cryptocurrency. I have a regular job, but I invest a significant amount of money in crypto and have almost all of my assets staked solely to generate passive income. PKR, MPL, and CVP are the most recent additions to my staked portfolio.
I suggest buying some SOL along with some DOT, as well as some really promising low caps like PKR, FUFU, and MPL, to ensure that you are well-positioned for the next bull run. I recently added these to my bag, but it's always a good idea to DYOR before purchasing anything.
With the way the crypto market is, you can't just pick 5 - 8 coins/tokens at random, very good research is needed, there are certain features to look at and consider, as for me I'm a fan of fundamental but low cap projects and I have successfully invested in quite some EOS, FLUX, MEX and even extended to Polkadot based low caps POLS, PNODE and PKR.
I'd rather buy instead of waiting, but I'd never sell during the dip. The current prices look so enticing. Copped some ETH, PKR and SYLO tokens, and imo was a good steal. Going to get em staked and start earning some passive income.
Selling the dip is a no-no for me; instead, I only buy the dip of projects with strong fundamentals, particularly medium and small caps like MATIC, AVAX, SOL, PKR, MPL, and CVP, to position myself for the next bull run.
I'll DCA into BTC and ETH and then buy dips in MATIC, SOL, AVX, XRP PKR, and TOWER, among other alts. This is what I'm doing right now: adding them to my bag and staking them as much as possible in preparation for the bull run.
I'll be a little bit sentimental by saying PKR is definitely a moonshot because it's in partnership with my fav metaverse token LFG. So you know Gamerse (LFG) is the new home for NFTs with a sole aim of unifying the fragmented fundamentals which are Gaming, NFTs and Metaverse.
I agree with you, and I believe projects with real-world solutions will thrive in 2022. As a result, investing in successful projects is likely to yield good returns. I recently added PKR, TOWER, and MPL to my collection. I have never invested in memecoins. It is always best to DYOR.
Congratulations, buddy. I did that last year and remember how good it felt. To recreate that feeling, I'm stacking my bag with some promising low caps like PKR, CVP, and TOWER so that I'm well positioned when they pump and have my bag heavy.
I know from experience that I should not sell my crypto assets during a dip like this. I have some assets such as BTC, ETH, MATIC, ADA, XRP, SOL, PKR, and TOWER that I intend to hold for a long time and will not sell anytime soon.
I have almost all of my crypto assets staked solely to generate passive income. I recently staked some PKR on the BSC network at a 20% APY. Earnings from crypto staking are far more profitable than those from traditional banking, so I consider it a profitable venture.
If there's a good time to buy, then it's now that prices are down. I've got believe in crypto, and there's an intrinsic value that causes my conviction. I've got BTC, ETH, MATIC, PKR, SYLO, ADA, SOL, and I have total believe in these ones.
The worst time to sell is when the market is down, so I prefer to buy more in times like these, which is why I am stockpiling more promising low caps with solid fundamentals like PKR and CVP. I've also amassed a large amount of MATIC and AVAX in order to be well positioned during the bull run.
I had the same experience as you, but I've come to realize that buying the dip is one of the best strategies in crypto. I've started buying dips in small caps with solid fundamentals like PKR, RIN, CVP, and MPL in order to be well-positioned for big gains when they pump.
The desire to make a fortune is what got me started in cryptocurrency, and I can say that the reality is still very much in line with the dream. I have a sizable holding of BTC, ETH, SOL, and MATIC, as well as some low caps with solid fundamentals such as PKR, CVP, RIN, and MPL. Overall, it's been a good run.
If one isn't confident in their alts, then they should be investing in them in the first place. Other than Ethereum I've been DCA-ing into MATIC, ADA, PKR, SYLO and SOL. I've got complete confidence in these ones.
You'll definitely get your reward when the market comes back but a little diversigication into the metaverse lowcap seems like a good move before that bullish break, alts like LFG and PKR aint bad to ape into they seem like potential 10x gems.
In my portfolio, I have a mix of large, medium, small, and micro cap cryptos, as well as a number of portfolios with different use cases. Furthermore, staking my assets is very important to me, and the most recent staking program I joined was the PKR, which I staked on the BSC network at a 20% APY. More importantly, I buy more cryptocurrency when it is on the decline rather than when it is at its peak.
I doubt if anyone could possibly not buy a coin they already have not invested in except they are impeded by money. I recently added a low cap to my portfolio after an extensive research which is PKR, I also staked on ETH at 29% for passive income. Others I have always had believe in are MATIC, SOL, AVAX, ETH, and BTC
Buying during market downturns has been a successful strategy for me; basically, I buy more when the market is down, especially in promising low-cap stocks like PKR, CVP, and TOWER. My most recent addition to my portfolio is PKR, which I also staked on the BSC network for a 20% APY.
I'm currently buying the dip in some promising small-cap stocks like PKR, TOWER, and RIN. I actually buy more on the dips and rarely buy a token because it has pumped; at that point, it becomes extremely volatile. That's probably one of the reasons I haven't recorded as many losses.
Well done mate. This is a very detailed post. Staking imo is one of the best way to earn some extra cryptos, and I've been making use of this to grow my bag; ETH, PKR, MATIC, ADA, SOL, SOL. I'm also earning some free SWASH tokens when I make use of the Swash browser.
Mate, I share your sentiments. I fill my bags more in the dip, particularly with promising low caps like PKR, RIN, ARC, and FUFU, so that I can make some good percentage gains in the bull. I prefer the bear to fill my bags, while I prefer the bulls to profit.
I've got some SYLO, and it's one of my long term holds, the fundamentals is great, and I'm really bullish. MATIC, PKR are some other alts that I hold that has good fundamentals, and I believe has got what it takes to withstand any bear market.
I like low caps myself because they are the ones that bring the kind of gains I want. About PKR, I got it staked at 27% apy while.i look forward to their game launch. I believe that ones the game goes live, PKR would surely experience a good time.
I hold almost all in this list except for ADA. I added some NII recently as it is one of the L2 scaling solutions that's still untapped and it has cheaper fees, low latency and instant finality. I sold some of my SYLO. Has poker game on PKR gone live now?