Satellites provide us with PNT (positioning, navigation and timing). The timing element is what’s important here. Satellites underpin more digital services you can imagine, like agriculture, energy, defence, and most relevant to this, all financial transactions. Likewise, the technology used in computing and networks that enables you to mine and transact with Bitcoin cannot function without PNT. So in actual fact, you have relied on satellite communications every single time you’ve ever mined or used the blockchain. Gold is used in satellites for exactly the reasoning you provided - it offers decent conductivity while being resilient to radiation that would otherwise destroy satellites. It’s an obscure example for sure, but thought it was worth sharing. Gold is more than just old coins and bracelets. The reason it was sound money for 6000 years is the same as one of the biggest selling points of Bitcoin - it’s a store of value. Supply is finite so it cannot be debased or expanded. The fact it’s treated like a commodity and priced in fiat is a relatively new phenomenon but that doesn’t reflect it’s true value. The main trade off between gold and Bitcoin is gold is a tangible asset and requires physical security. It’s also difficult to divide a physical asset. As for Bitcoin, it is quickly and easily divisible and can be sent anywhere in the world in seconds. Beyond that, they share many properties. It’s an unpopular opinion, especially on this sub, but whether you like it or not, Bitcoin is gold 2.0 and the endless hate here is both unnecessary and bizarre in my opinion. I advocate that people research and invest in both and while it’s not for everyone, I do have a good reason. I don’t think we’re going to return to gold and silver anytime soon, Bitcoin is a better option, but on the brink of WWIII it’s worth understanding that one of the first things to go will be satellites and at that point, there are no phones, there is no internet. There will be no ability to properly access your crypto at all. At that point, you’d be damn happy to have a nest egg of precious metals.
This week, I'll be keeping an eye on ETH, MANA, UTK, AXL, PNODE, and PNT.MANA has a lot of potential, and it's one of the best p2e games out there. I really like what AXL is working on, they have a top notch operational launchpad and a good NFT market place
I'll invest more into ETH and some low caps like PNT and BAFI because they'll go green as hell once this dip is over. SYLO might be another good option, a gem that's used for payments between users, in dApp payments and real life purchases
Hey! Sorry for the long delay before responding, but there have been a lot of negative developments on the CDC side. Today has been a bit of a bombshell and I feel that I need to warn anybody considering a card now. I'm not sure whether you are currently looking for a card, or whether you already have the CDC card but are considering diversifying, so I'll try to be broad in my response. Crypto.com's offering seems to be getting worse every announcement they make. As a smaller holder, their recent cuts to the Earn program didn't actually affect me, although they had upset the community at large, which was concerning. Literally today, they have pretty much slashed every benefit for holding the VISA card. Quick run-down: * Cashback rate has been pretty much halved (Indigo holders will only receive 1.5% rather than 3%, for example). * Cashback has been capped (Indigo can only earn $50 in cashback per month). * The 10% interest on your VISA stake for Indigo and above is being removed completely. Essentially, the CDC cards' only real benefit now is the 100% Spotify/Netflix/Amazon rebate. Even then, that is paid to you in CRO, and CRO is probably going to drop in value now, so it'll be a hassle panic-selling all the cashback rewards you receive as you get them. I'll try to revise this if I find out I have gotten the wrong end of the stick, but by all means check out r/Crypto_com to see how the community is reacting to the situation. It feels like they have stripped away any meaningful benefit to using their service. I wonder if they gambled too hard on their vapid sports marketing, hoping to bring in millions of new users, and left themselves in trouble when it didn't happen, but I'm speculating here. If you haven't bought CRO yet, I highly recommend you look at the current situation - it is no longer an attractive offering. The 100% rebates might be tempting, but locking $4,000 in a high risk asset for six months in exchange for a couple hundred bucks worth of rebate per year is pretty hard to swallow when there are next to no other benefits now. Regarding PLU, I seem to have made a mistake somewhere. I swear that I had bought some, but it turns out that I subsequently researched Eidoo, and then conflated the two in my mind. I ended up buying PNT (Eidoo seems to have merged with pNetwork) but I didn't get the card; I think I'd need to make a significant investment in it to get any susbstantial rewards, and I was already close to my risk tolerance in crypto. So I ended up with no PLU at all. I feel that getting involved with crypto last year was overall a draining experience. I had been breaking even for a while but I am most certainly substantially down now. At least I won't owe any taxes, but I'll still need to work them out, and I'm not sure how much I'm going to enjoy assessing exactly how much I've lost. Live and learn, I guess. It's just a shame that I bought into it mainly because the world situation was looking bleak. It was supposed to be a hedge against things getting bleaker. Sorry if this was a downer to read. If you haven't bought into CRO yet, please -please- scrutinise their recent changes before diving in. Maybe they will turn things around, who knows, but I can only tell you what is currently the case.
I trust my picks! I bought PNT last month when everyone was crying.. and so far it seems that I nailed the bottom. Let’s see! Same happened in December 2020, people were calling ALGO at 20 cents a scam on Twitter.. lol it was my buy signal! But in order to be convinced, you need to research a lot the fundamentals!
It’s not nice to see red again but we are more confident buying now I guess.. (after seeing those pumps and confirmed most coins are still alive). Just bagged more PNT and NOIA - these are my unknown & under the radar moonshot.. Let’s see!
There are some NFTs that solve this issues - YoloParrots collection - after the hype of p2e dies out or you just get tired of it, you can burn your NFT and release the underlying tokens. In this case each parrot comes with 400 PNT tokens, that you can trade… You can also run a node with 10 of these NFTs. So it’s all about the utility in the end.. Some are better than others!
Yeah it definitely makes sense, but personally, I’m not really into stablecoins now. I’m all invested and in for the long run. So I don’t mind participating in some pools with alts - I stake ETH / PNT to farm more PNT. APY is 32% and long term it will surely pay off. I’m into accumulating both! But once the market gets bullish again, yields on stablecoins will raise - I’ve witnessed this with BlockFi - they lower them sometimes but they also come back and raise again. Nothing new under the sun, as they say!
My strategy is not that hard, I DCA into low cap coins with solid use case because when the market starts becoming good, they have the potentials and possibility to go far. Recently bought some CTSI, DIA, PNT and TRIAS and they are currently doing fine.
For sure! At first sight, it’s difficult to asses, but nodes are worthy.. pNetwork achieved more than $1B in cross-chain transactions volume in the last 90 days and validators made more than $10k monthly in rewards. These nodes run with NFTs will have proportional rewards with the PNT amount participating, but it’s a lower entry barrier as to run a full node you needed to stake 200k PNT… Here are more details about [pNetwork](https://p.network) and the [bridges](https://ptokens.io) active if you wanna dive in. And [stats](https://pnetwork.watch/d/cQs1gKuGkaa/pnetwork-stats?orgId=1) about the nodes.
Honestly man. At a point every of the big coins now were once low capped. The most Important thing is investing in solidity. I've been a lover of low cap coin since I bought SOL at low and I know what it did for me. Will be holding my remaining low cap PNT, DIA and TRIAS for a long term investment.
Great check list! I think YoloParrots - the collection of pNetwork have several if not all the above features. The parrots are supercharged with 400 PNT tokens, they can be even be ‘employed’ to run a node and they’ll have utility in HexagonsGame - metaverse including p2e battles via Twitter. Benefits are here, floor is 920BUSD so accessible, too… What do you think? Check them [here](https://parrots.yolo.game).
It's hard to spot the projects that will disappear in the next bull run but you can put a fiver on those random memes going extinct. I fancy ATOM, LUNA, Cartesi, PNT to have amazing runs when the market is more favourable.
They are a great tool to avoid the hustle to withdraw to a bank account and all that.. Crypto cards are convenient and let’s not forget about the cash-back - I use Eidoo and get 4% back on rewards after only staking 3k PNT. Pretty sweet deal compared with the other crypto cards that went a bit too pricey, too fast…
>Come to think of it, 2x can be make on 5 different projects which will literally amount to a huge gain when compounded over time, I agree totally with you buddy, this is where diversification comes into play, because it exposes one to more opportunities for greater returns. Making fortune this year is sealed with my diversified bag of FTM, DOT, PNT, RFOX and MATIC.
This isn't the first time we've been through something like this, and we've always find a way to win. But, with the exception of emergency funds, keeping my money in savings is out of the question. The best strategy is to concentrate on BTC and ETH while supplementing with solid altcoins such as PNT, FTM, and RFOX. It's just kinda annoying that I don't have any cash to buy more right now.
The ones i tell family to buy end up almost not doing well, they have accused me of using them as exit liquidity, they lost money on DOT and ADA and was shocked with the ROI i made from Cartesi and PNT last year, what they dont know is it’s impossible for them to buy all i buy because they’re not degens yet
Not all are useless jpegs. Check [YoloParrots](https://parrots.yolo.game) for example - with 10 you can even run a node and they’ll have utility in the HexagonsGame. Also, they have a hard floor price as they are supercharged with tokens. They’ll always be worth at least 400 PNT.
DeFi projects will see a strong come-back in my opinion. Only now people are starting to discover the utility of many protocols. I’d add PNT in the bag too - the lowest market cap related to interoperability, cross-chain transactions and metaverse. Next bull run should set up new ATHs for all these projects!
DYOR! Made some pretty good research on the house of hidden gems Kucoin and I found out some promising coins like DIA, PNT and CTSI. Went further to into the projects and I found out they are of great fundamentals and are well backed up.
Here you have another use case but this is specific to certain collections only - you can stake or ‘employ’ your NFTs. YoloParrots the collection of pNetwork allows the collectors to run a node with 10 of these parrot NFTs. And they also come supercharged with 400 PNT tokens - so this will always be their hard floor value. I’m sure we’ll see more and more iterations of the NFTs - this is just the beginning. Proof of ownership will be important for digital assets in one form or another…
It's kind of misleading. If you're thinking about investing, you should think about the project's long-term potential. And, in most cases, I prefer to invest in low-cap projects or startups with a lot of upside potential, such as DKT, PNT, AXL, and RIN.
We won't be in the bear market forever. This is the right time to build your portfolio and be patient. I have been stacking LUNA, JUNO, Cartesi and PNT for months now. Some of them have even been performing despite the market situations.
CTSI for scalability solutions, PNT for interoperability! Both in the cents territory and low market caps, but with working products and aggressive developments in the pipeline! Staking available with decent APYs 20% vs 10%. Risk / reward very favorable in my opinion!
Ore is a good one mate, i know them due to their partnership with pNetwork last year, I’d have gotten some of it but i have a bit emotional attachment with my bags sometime so I’d rather buy more PNT and Cartesi before buying other tokens, do you think Ore is a good buy right now?
You’d never know mate, in times like this DCA and staking is the best thing you can do, i have Juno staked and still accumulating more of PNT, BNB and Cartesi right now for staking when my target is met. Be greedy when others are fearful basically.
Well...instead of stressing further, I just find project that are still undervalued and has solid fundamentals and invest on. That is why I'm buying PNT, DIA and TRIAS. Also keeping tab on JUNO because it is really doing a massive pump.
I strongly agree. I see the poor performance of the market as an opportunity to load up even more at bargain prices. I have found myself loading up on Juno, Cartesi and PNT during these dips. Juno hasn't really been touched by the bear market anyway.
Sure, my family does. Apart from the NFT I got my kid, I’ve talked my folks in to getting some JUNO, CTSI, MATIC, PNT, and LUNA. At least one of them is starting to understand the dynamics of the market.
Let me say I'm lucky to catch SOL and ETH when they were at low price because they've helped me so much financially in crypto space. Buying more low cap is the goal which I won't stop doing. Bagged some few some weeks ago JUNO, DIA, PNT and TRIAS. Best bet I could get a possible x 10 on them each.
Binance - good staking APYs in the Earn section both flexibles or locked. I get a fixed APY of 28,2% for CTSI and a 18,56% for PNT for 30 days, for example! But the good thing is that after 30 days you can stake again and compound!
I’m PNT - not many people know about me, but I do deliver great things! I’m working hard in silence even if I see how all my friends getting tons of hype underserved and becoming more and more popular… lol But my time will come too, no doubt! Perseverance is key!
ATOM, SOL and LRC for sure. I’m going to add PNT too since it’s the native token of the Eidoo wallet which just integrated with Loopring to further make transactions cheaper for Eidoo wallet and card users. Also, going to add JUNO since it’s part of the Cosmos ecosystem.
Passive income is the way to go at these times. The Cosmos ecosystem seem to be a good place to stake as there are juicy rewards coming from there in recent times. I have ATOM, PNT, ONE, JUNO staked for decent rewards.
Not rushing is so underrated. Would rather wait for a year than seeing my money taken away from me. That is why I invest in low cap coin with strong fundamentals and good use case like PNT, DIA, TRIAS and SCLP. Long term investment goals.
Glad you found a low cap gem as well. Same feeling I have with my PNT bag too. The fact that it’s still very cheap and the project is rapidly expanding across DeFi, NFT and gaming gives me confidence in the future. Another low cap you can check out is BRKL, supports a green environment in the metaverse as well as in the real world.
Investing as a new person in crypto, I'd advise you to invest on low market cap coins because they seem to be an early way and you can witness easy rise. I invested in quite few ones BRKL, DIA, TRIAS and PNT. I'd also urge you to stay off random people because they'd message you because they see you're new to crypto.
I’ve definitely seen some buzz about OGN, seems pretty decent. PNT is the DAO token of thr pNetwork protocol, powers cross-chain interoperability in all sectors and it’s also the native token of Eidoo wallet as well as the Yolo Parrots NFT collection. I’m guessing NII is a new ecosystem as well.
SOL is a good choice but scared about the issues happening in recent times. BNB is solid as always. OGN and NII are two token I'll also go with as OGN has had successful NFT drops and still intend to have more artist come onboard. NII on the other hand plan to expand and are having more project on their ecosystem which will allow for more adoption of the project What's PNT by the way. Sound like a new project
Well... in my little knowledge, have a strong capital before investing because you might later sell everything of along the line if the capital is not strong. Also, invest in projects with strong fundamental which will not fade away when bear hits the market or maybe the project will get you rugged. If possible in order to get in early to reap the benefit, invest in low market cap projects like I invested in TRIAS, DIA and PNT which are all backed with strong partnerships and has great fundamentals. Most important thing, make sure you do take profit. That is what I do and it helps me out.
I don’t think there is, layer 2 gems had my attention early last year and i had to get on Matic and Cartesi then this year it’s been cross chain projects and PNT with Harmony has already been invested in, maybe gaming tokens next who knows
I’m not a fan of memecoins but I can agree that gaming, metaverse tokens are gaining real momentum. That’s why the likes of Axie like you mentioned, Sand, Near are looking solid. This is what makes excited about PNT as it’s the token of Yolo Parrots NFT which can be used to battle on social media Play-to-earn game.
I’m buying SOL, BNB and PNT. I’m going to be holding these gems for a long time. Binance doesn’t seem to be slowing down on innovation and expansion, Solana will definitely bounce back when you consider the solid projects building on it. pNetwork is now fully operational in all the sectors of blockchain - DeFi, NFT and gaming.
I’ve used Crypto. com card since the beginning (when the token was MCO..), then let’s remember how long CRO stayed around 2 cents, so I’m sorry but we are not so early anymore… However it’s still worthy to use these crypto cards - either way we need to make payments and buy groceries, so we might as well accumulate cash-back. Currently, I use more the Eidoo card - it gives even better rewards and it’s the only layer2 card on the market. I get 4% after staking 3k PNT, but the higher tier gets up to 16% back in 3 tokens and some more perks. But early or late, it doesn’t matter! Keep grinding everyone!
Actually I think BlockFi has a CREDIT crypto card - it’s available only in US as far as I know and offers cashback in BTC. It goes with a credit system that pulls info from their citizens credit scores.. But yeah, for Europe both Eidoo or Crypto. com are great! Eidoo has slightly bigger cashback and in my opinion PNT could grow more than CRO (it’s a way lower market cap). I use both and I’ve been looking to get the Binance one, too! Just to diversify as much as possible.. cause you never know!
This is another good opportunity to load up your main bags and even add some more if you have the money. For me, my CTSI, MATIC, FTM, PNT, BNB and ETH bags are getting filled about as I see the opportunity.