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Yes. I believe so too. BTC does not seem to be recovering with enough speed at the moment to see a bull market within this year. Maybe 2023, but probably not. The best thing to do now is to utilize your stablecoins to their best ability. Stake them on automated yield aggregators like SPOOL, use platforms like BBANK. Stick to ones that you think are more legitimate. USDC is a good choice. Liquidity mining on platforms like POP is a good way to go. Staking on UFARM. DAOs like AAVE. While we HODL it's important to earn passive income at least until the next halving.

The next big thing in crypto will be around sustainability. The same trend you can see in stocks and ETFs. "Green" and "sustainable" investments are on the rise there as well, and more and more investors prefer this alternative. Also because you can make good profits with it. When it comes to cryptocurrencies, I wouldn't bet on new coins that still use proof of work - it simply consumes too much energy. This is exactly why Ethereum wants to switch to Proof of Stake (even if it will still take some time). Interesting for me are cryptocurrencies that use the Proof of Personhood protocol. As far as I know, that is only Idena (IDNA) so far. POP could be a gamechanger. It consumes much less energy and there is also a real person behind each user. You don't have advantages because of a fast computer or big capital. Low energy consumption, democratic approach and decentralized - all points that I consider important. For this reason I also have an eye on it. If other coins are also dedicated to these topics, I see great potential in such cryptocurrencies.

Mentions:#IDNA#POP

Is there POP yet ? Proof of Proof

Mentions:#POP

This has something to do with Trusting Trust attack. See original paper by Ken Thomson: [https://www.cs.cmu.edu/\~rdriley/487/papers/Thompson\_1984\_ReflectionsonTrustingTrust.pdf](https://www.cs.cmu.edu/~rdriley/487/papers/Thompson_1984_ReflectionsonTrustingTrust.pdf) I.e. let's say you want to run bitcoin. How do you (or even bitcoin developer) know that it's not malicious. First we have to check it's source code and see if there is anything evil there. But even if everything looks fine, computers do not run human code (e.g. written in C or some other language). You need to run your source code past a bunch of tools including compiler. So then the question is how do you trust your bitcoin binary. Maybe your C compiler injected something evil into it. Well, you can look at compiler's source code but then again, you actually run compiler binary and not compiler source code. Maybe your compiler binary tries to detect that it is compiling the compiler and backdoors it. That way backdoor will only be present in binary code and never in source code. You can solve this by bootstrapping. I.e. build everything from as small binary seed as possible. Hopefully small enough that human can go over it and check it manually. **stage0-posix** is a project that starts with 357 byte hex0 binary and 757 byte kaem binary. kaem is a trivial shell, so it can run other commands. hex0 language is basically well commented machine code that can look like `# :_start ; (0x8048054)` `58 # POP_EAX ; Get the number of arguments` `5B # POP_EBX ; Get the program name` `5B # POP_EBX ; Get the actual input name` `B9 00000000 # LOADI32_ECX %0 ; prepare read_only` `BA 00000000 # LOADI32_EDX %0 ; Extra sure` `B8 05000000 # LOADI32_EAX %5 ; the syscall number for open()` `CD80 # INT_80 ; Now open that damn file` `A3 55810408 # STORE32_Absolute32_eax &fin ; Preserve the file pointer we were given` So hex0 converts this type of code into machine code (by stripping out comments and combining hex letters into single byte, e.g. "58" becomes byte with value 0x58). Then it goes on to build more advanced tools, hex1, hex2 and finally a simple macro assembler M0. The next stage is cc\_x86 compiler which is a subset of C compiler written in assembly. Finally stage0-posix builds M2-Planet (subset of C compiler written in C). Finally stage0-posix builds a few useful tools like untar. ungz and sha256sum. **live-bootstrap** builds on top of stage0-posix and keeps building stuff until we reach GNU C compiler and beyond. You can find the components that it builds here [https://github.com/fosslinux/live-bootstrap/blob/master/parts.rst](https://github.com/fosslinux/live-bootstrap/blob/master/parts.rst) All binaries are built reproducibly and always have identical hashes. Now this excludes Trusting Trust type backdoors not just in compiler but also in other tools such as shell, build systems, and other utilities. Except for the OS kernel. Both stage0-posix and live-bootstrap need Linux kernel to run on. So there might still be hidden binary backdoor in the kernel. live-bootstrap rebuilds linux kernel from source at some point in the sequence but it still needs one to begin bootstrapping. Here comes **builder-hex0** project that was recently announced and it is a very small (but also very slow and limited) x86 kernel written in hex0 language and stage0-posix can run on top of it. However, builder-hex0 can only run stage0-posix and can't go much further in bootstrap chain. So right now Linux kernel can not be build via builder-hex0 and Linux kernel still has to be trusted not to include binary backdoors. Still it's a start of kernel bootstrapping even if it's not complete (as the original post might be implying).

In the end 1-3 chains will dominate and rest will live an undeath existence. We use to have Yahoo, Netascape, POP3 mail, etc. Crypto projcets will do the same. Mostly die to few best. Which ones are the best ? No idea. My bet is they are yet to be made.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Just a thought i had recently- What if: Bitcoin had instead been called IMP (Internet \[of\] Money Protocol) ... Or any other acronym that describe it similarly to TCP/IP or SMTP/POP ... like these technologies are fundamental to the internet we know - they are possibly some of the most globally valued and valuable software(s) - a phenomena in its own way of our collective progress/technological evolution. Would people have taken it differently, perhaps more seriously if it had been called something else? I guess NGU technology kinda fits this space lol

Mentions:#IMP#TCP#POP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

>Let me preface by stating that because I disagree, does not mean "I don't get it". I'm just saying, what if the heart of your disagreement is actually rooted in not getting it... Again, i mean this respectfully, there's nothing wrong with being ignorant of / misunderstanding something- But I really do think that's the case here- >The OSI model is taught for a reason. Now we're speaking the same language... Bitcoin isn't \[yet\] recognized in OSI - and sure, it's "Layer 5" as the OSI defines but... Consider that perhaps Bitcoin is an entirely new (but undefined) "monetary layer" within the OSI model- [https://bitcoinmagazine.com/technical/a-monetary-layer-for-the-internet](https://bitcoinmagazine.com/technical/a-monetary-layer-for-the-internet) >You can't compare network/transport protocols to application protocols, and treat them as such, when what you're comparing needs the same protocols you mentioned to even function. I disagree, you can compare apples and oranges, they're both fruit still... lol What I mean is- you can compare/contrast SMTP/POP with Bitcoin ... it's all software/technology. Sure, some of SMTP relies on TCP/IP but back to intellectual honesty - If we're discussing the global adoption of technologies, I think it's perfectly reasonable to compare them and recognize similarities and in particular, their adoption trends and histories ... SMTP/POP supports the expression of ideas over the net, and in this sense, Bitcoin will likely support the expression of value ... for millions it already has/does.

Mentions:#POP#TCP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

>Comparing Bitcoin to TCP/IP or any other protocol is intellectually dishonest. Is it though? Is there another globally adopted open source TCP/IP? POP? SMTP? FTP? Again, another comment making me feel like we're MEGA early... Respectfully, y'all don't get Bitcoin yet, I mean, maybe no one does truly, but if we're talking intellectual honesty- I think you're missing some details/history- >Bitcoin, while it was the first, uses blockchain technology. Blockchain is a marketing term created by altcoin marketers \~5-7 years ago... Sure, Bitcoin uses a "chain of blocks" but that term didn't exist until marketers of OTHER projects realized they needed to distance their brands from the FOSS Bitcoin project... It's hard to sell something if you have to advertise it with a competitors name first... >Bitcoin is not the structural backbone of all that is blockchain, you have it backwards. Every single piece of software written based on the Bitcoin code was written with insider knowledge/understanding of Bitcoin. Bitcoin is the structural backbone of an internet of money, in the same way that SMTP/POP is for an internet of ideas in the same way that TCP/IP is structural for all the above... Show me the alternative to TCP - here's a top google result for you: [https://www.quora.com/Is-there-an-alternative-to-the-TCP-IP-model-that-does-not-utilize-the-Internet-Protocol-IPv4-6](https://www.quora.com/Is-there-an-alternative-to-the-TCP-IP-model-that-does-not-utilize-the-Internet-Protocol-IPv4-6) Look at that history and you'll see why I think this way of Bitcoin - Once these technologies (in a way, discoveries) were on the table- their core principals/code didn't leave us. From the start, those alternative projects intended to compete with Bitcoin, as "better gold", with VC backing, CEOs, value propositions, more centralized ownership / control... etc >Before you think I'm a shill, I bought at 38, I bought at 31, I bought at 29, I bought at 28. I own bitcoin, and I continue to buy it. But throwing out false comparisons does nobody any favors. I don't think you're a shill, nor am I here to argue- but rather discuss and better understand what Bitcoin is to us all... :D To me, it's a protocol for an internet of money... All of the other Cryptos/NFTs/Web3, even the word "Blockchain" as far as I'm concerned- is BULLSHIT.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Replace the word bitcoin with blockchain and you may have an argument here. Comparing Bitcoin to TCP/IP or any other protocol is intellectually dishonest. Bitcoin, while it was the first, uses blockchain technology. Just like other pieces of software use TCP/IP, FTP, Telnet, SSH, or POP3. Those are the structural backbones of the software. Bitcoin is not the structural backbone of all that is blockchain, you have it backwards. Before you think I'm a shill, I bought at 38, I bought at 31, I bought at 29, I bought at 28. I own bitcoin, and I continue to buy it. But throwing out false comparisons does nobody any favors.

Mentions:#TCP#FTP#POP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Comments like yours remind me how early really are.. >Calling a 13 year old piece of tech unkillable is ignoring what it is under the hood. Under the hood... Bitcoin is a protocol software... in the same way we use TCP/IP/SMTP/POP to express ideas, we can now use Bitcoin to express value. Hell, TCP/IP since the 1970s, POP3 since 1988... there is a TON of "old" but hardened software running our whole society now... logically it would follow that humanity uses similar tech for monetary functions and Bitcoin... >"What if it doesn't \[recover\] ?" Really man, what if it does?

Mentions:#TCP#POP#TON

tats my name buddy, and i'm fucking holding my ALBT, BMI, POP till like forever... their utilities cant be compared...

Mentions:#ALBT#BMI#POP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

> ALL BTC is held in private wallets. When this happens BTC price will POP higher and continue to climb higher going into the future. If that were the case the price would already be 1 Bitcoin = 1 Bitcoin and fiat would already be entirely and completely worthless.

Mentions:#BTC#POP
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I believe there will come a day when ALL BTC is held in private wallets. When this happens BTC price will POP higher and continue to climb higher going into the future. This is the way it should be. People are getting suckered into putting their BTC on platforms that earn yield. What they don't know is these platform loan out YOUR BTC to traders who bet against you (SHORT BTC). If ALL the BTC were in private wallets, traders would no longer be able to short your long term long positions. Not your keys, not your crypto.

Mentions:#BTC#POP

Ummm just because something looks cool does that mean it should cost $200k? I see cool shit all day long but don't feel like I need to buy it. THIS BUBBLE WILL POP and the sooner the better for us all.....

Mentions:#POP

Yes. If you rearrange the letters in POP, it says OPP.

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I suddenly want to buy a coin called POP for some reason...

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Best post ever. :) POP!

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I agree. KDA, DOT for web 3, DVDX for leveraged minting, POP for liquidity mining

I’m expanding my mind just like the NFT bubble that is about to go…POP!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Unifarm let's you stake a few good projects, like I mentioned the ALBT LMaaS pools are good too but I'm onlt aware of the ORE one at the moment, can't remember the other names - maybe AIKON. POP has mutual liquidity pools. They had OCEAN/ALBT and one with BMI too.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The staking or liquidity pools are the best. Even though they require initial investments. If you look at the options from MLPs on POP to single sided staking on BSC to even LMaaS pools with ALBT.

Mentions:#POP#ALBT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am staking POP, VRA and UBXT

Mentions:#POP#VRA#UBXT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Okay then POP3 vs IMAP. Email is email to most people.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Same. But alts haven't disseapointed me much. I didn't get into CAKE like OP, but I did get into DOT and ALBT, made some from the latter on their MLPs on POP with OCEAN and the single sided staking on BSC. DOT is a solid web 3, in my opinion. Although, I do wish I had some more BTC and ETH.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

People just don't get it, this isn't a debate it's a fact. Crypto is not mature/mainstream until it is as impossible to lose your money by slight of hand as with real banks Does it happn with real banks? Stuff does. But probably only 1 in several million ultimately come out losing their money. Crypto MUST be the same one day to be mainstream. Look at the early internet. Who is using Usenet, IRC, telnet? You guys are the equivalent early adopters who had the crazy idea one day everyone would use these. Well guess what? No one does. Internet didn't end up in every home with people using these, rather the people waited it out until web based forums came out, Facebook, web based email instead of SMTP & POP3. So it's delusional to not expect the same is mandatory for crypto

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

After .50 it gonna POP!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In the immortal words of Magnitude "POP POP!!!!"

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

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Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was wondering why market cap goes up..even moons Then i heard POP POP POP and was wondering. Turns out its people on /buttcoin having strokes over goldman sachs pushing crypto

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If it were me, I would split between GME and AMC, perhaps some HYMC. All of those are get ready to POP!

Mentions:#GME#AMC#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have a bunch of Funko POP NFTs I don’t plan on selling. I like collecting digital items like skins in games. Funko POP were cool but never wanted to try and collect them IRL. The NFT versions I like a lot more.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You are correct DCAing and Hodling is the best and it reduce our losses. Another good trading method I use is staking my long term coin to earn passive income and I do this on POP which offer me multiple rewards.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I will recommend POP, VRA and UBXT because their are low MC, good utility and good team. You can also stake them to earn passive income.

Mentions:#POP#VRA#UBXT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have learnt that high MC can't easily make you a millionaire that's why I am going into low MC coins like POP, VRA with good utility.

Mentions:#POP#VRA
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

For me it's the passive income aspect that really stands out tho. I like the prospects POP and Strong-like projects have secured me with so far, as they made trading and apeing way easier than it used to be

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I feel like one of the easier ways is certainly passive income, as it secures enough value for the future, and allows you to trade while being a bit more relaxed at least. I have some strong and atlas nodes, POP Candy Farms and couple of stakes atm, and I gotta say, I felt pretty good about adding more to all of these streams during this dip

Mentions:#POP#Candy
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Tbh not a lot, I'd rather fill myself up with the likes of Strong and POP that are dipping rn, and secure passive income earnings for the future

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

My only way of surviving in this bear market is staking my POP to earn multiple rewards, I may check into other mining pool that's profitable to add to Pop.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That is the secret to success. It's fine to be optimistic about Green Days while remaining realistic. In weak markets, relief rallies occur frequently. We're still trading in the same channel we've been in for the past month or so, and no true resistance has yet been broken. Simply zoom out to see how messed up you are. Well, I'm content staking POP on Poptown and collecting some delicious tokens as a reward.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

This never-ending rhetoric is so boring. It is definitely possible, and even not that tough, to benefit from trading if you simply educate yourself and follow the proper procedures. People lose because they are foolish and simply throw money around with no real plan, analysis, or understanding of how the system works. I've been staking POP on poptown for some passive income lately, but I'm not one of those folk who jumps on the bandwagon.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Though MATIC hit $20, I'd cash out and never return to crypto, but that's a long shot even if you never know. Alternatively, I could invest 30% of my gains in POP and stake on Poptown for additional tokens as a reward.

Mentions:#MATIC#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Exactly this, and I'm not sure how you could still be 40% down if you continued to DCA. I have a sneaking suspicion that most folks here buy at random times and ignore their own advise. For me, it's fun to stake POP on Poptown in exchange for some great rewards.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bitcoin volatility shakes the market and as such quest for passive income become more popular, I'm staking POP on the POPTOWN platform and rewards are in BMI OCEAN & ALBT tokens

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I believe it stems primarily from a desire for financial gain. Many folks are well aware that their coin isn't in great shape. They simply want good news since it will increase their profits. But if a project fails, everyone becomes enraged and wants it to restart. FUD and treachery are applied to every question. In the cryptocurrency world, there are far too many people who are only interested in making money. I've made the decision to stake POP on the POPTOWN platform for some passive income and leave the sleeping dog alone.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This motherfucker winding up like a coiled snake. Ready to POP

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They just don't like crypto meddling in their business, and who can blame them really, who likes competition after all? Just imagine, for instance, 20 years ago we'd all have to go to a broker in order to try and create some passive income through investing. Today, projects like POP, Atlas, Redlight and several others, allow us to do so from the comfort of our home. Times change, and they'll keep disliking us for it

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Awesome. Which one did you manage to see tho, Strong I think, as POP is currently only on Uniswap?

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Not really, they are passive income generating platforms. POP validates crypto partnerships, and through mechanics postulated on the platform, allows traders to earn ALBT and Ocean-like projects by providing liquidity on the platform, while Strong is a nodes project

Mentions:#POP#ALBT
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I’ll say it’s dependent on what you’re buying, if at all it must be solid projects with cool fundamentals like POP which validates partnership and uses MLPs to prove commitment, still going multichain soon .

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

This just shows more adoption coming in, and soon a wide adoptions will hit… I can’t wait to see solid projects like POP in those times, being a partnership validator that uses MLPs to prove commitment and will go multichain soon, it really will be of impact then .

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Soon we'll have high fees once again, I'm gonna go ahead and get as much Strong and POP as I can before that happens, along with any other eth gems I deem worthy

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

It gets way easier if you have a sustainable passive income man. You may wanna check POP and Strong, they have done quite well for me in the past

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

True that, I managed to scoop up some Strong and POP while they both dipped, and avoided high eth fees in the process. A win-win if you ask me

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

We all do sir, that's why it's a learning curve tho. I'd suggest considering getting yourself a passive income, now that the likes of Strong and POP are so cheap to establish, while you try and learn more about the whole space. It gets way easier knowing that at least some form of earning opportunity is there for you

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

I heard about this one today, but opted to get some more Strong and POP instead. Maybe there's still time for me tho, what do you think?

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Bro of course it is, you certainly ain't gonna be buying when everything is mooning lol. Dip is for adding, and you should be looking to make your bag as thick as possible now. I took advantage of these lower fees to get some Strong and POP, and I suggest you do the same with any gems you are eyeing

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just took full advantage of this fact by getting my hands on some affordable POP and String, keep in mind this isn't gonna stay like this forever guys, don't be sorry for missing out on some gems later on

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Same here . Like for coin I wish to stake I buy 4 or 5 , currently I am holding ONE, CRA,CRO, POP and I am staking POP and ONE for now.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I believe everything you said. BTC will definitely go up but not now maybe end of the quarter. When you talk about staking, I will support this, anyone holding any coin for a long term should consider staking. I always look for a coin with good Apy and stake. Currently, I am staking POP and it offers multiple rewards on their MLP and candy farms.

Mentions:#BTC#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

POP is that eco friendly project that deserved some look up, being a partnership validator that uses MLPs to prove commitment and will go multichain soon.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Lols… not all of us have a positive balance like this, but we’re trying in our little way, considering that we try to engage several opportunities, and for me it’s POP candyfarm I’ve been engaging to help keep my balance in shape .

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Sounds great sir, I might check up on these options as well. So far tho, I have been quite satisfied with value provided by POP, Strong and Atlas, and I added Redlight to the mix now as well

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Anonymity remains priority. In the quest to phase out traditional banking systems, some DeFi projects have introduced virtual debit cards. I think Blockbank offers this alongside lots of passive income opportunities as well. Poptown offers multiple passive income earning opportunities as well. Currently staking POP on the candy farms for multiple rewards.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think MATIC Will keep pumping because of recent activity around polygon due to less Gas fee. I just bag POP and the expectation of pumping is high due to the possibility of the POP project reducing Rug pulling.

Mentions:#MATIC#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I had a lot about LUNA. I will do my due diligence check on it and see if I can add it to POP I just bag with the huge potential of return on 925% APY

Mentions:#LUNA#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It is hard to swallow sometimes. I had the same experience where a Friend brought me SHIB to hold and the rest is history. but we move , I just added POP to My Portfolio and I believed it will bring return because of the mutual liquidity Pool regulated by POP Platform

Mentions:#SHIB#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm sure some of your bags will pump again. I had the same problem when I bag SHIB ATH. I move on with the market and added POP to the portfolio. with the recent hype of the project and 925% APY,I'm sure it will pump soon

Mentions:#SHIB#POP
r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

I might take a look, atm tho, am trying to get as much of these POP and Strong dips as I can, before the prices go up once again

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Tbh I'd get into some passive income plays, Strong and POP are excellent entries atm for example, and they can offer long term stability and prosperity, while allowing you to have way more free time to explore the market further, with no pressure, in the future

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I feel like passive income is still the best play in this market, better than even P2E, as it allows for more flexibility and freedom. The mix of Strong, POP and Atlas has certainly helped me out a lot so far, no matter whether the situation is good or bad

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's why having a sustainable passive income is the name of the game. I find POP and Strong to be quite well suited in this regard, and paired up with some Redlight and Atlas nodes, it's a win situation nonetheless

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I mostly come in to add and take some profits out of POP and Strong, but I fully agree, ain't no way I am selling at current prices either

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

Both are good, but one must ensure to earn passively too, specially if u are a beginner. I often indulge myself in poptown's yield-farming interface which helps me generate passive income by giving out Ocean and BMI coins as rewards when i stake using the local token POP. Gotta secure myself first before the ride.

Mentions:#BMI#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Among many new coins, ADA has been around the 2018 crypto winter and survived it; I believe it has demonstrated that it is doing well for the time being; let us wait and see which coins will survive the coming crypto winter. I'm thinking about adding POP to my portfolio because of the hype and the high mutual liquidity. Pool and APY of 925 per cent.

Mentions:#ADA#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

i'd say look into some projects with good fundamentals, and go in on, and plan to stay long there, that way you'd maximize the space... for me its POP which validates partnership and also provide passive returns for its users.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I particularly find Poptown staking program interesting. The candy farms offer multiple staking rewards from staking a single asset like POP

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Always cool to DCA on assets with working products. Got POP, ABLT and BMI at good rates when prices dipped.

Mentions:#POP#BMI
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am DCAing on POP and I will be staking it on their candy farms to earn from their multiple rewards and milk their juicy Apy and Apr.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I want to add ETH, BNB FCL and high potential POP token with LP uniswap during the bearing market. when it goes to the moon, I will cash in some of my holds and stake pop on 925% APY.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think you should simply drink a third beer and begin purchasing low market tokens such as POP, FCl, and BBANK during the dip. Your portfolio will benefit from POP with a high LP in uniswap. when you check again, your cost basis will be closer to the profit

Mentions:#POP#BBANK
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

for real, if i get to vote, i'll be voting for POP, which is a partnership validator that also provides passive rewards for its users... this is a unique feature that's sure to bring huge traction into the space.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

i feel projects with good fundamentals are good ones to go in on, and one of which i know is POP which is unique as a partnership validator that provides passive returns for its users, from its candyfarms and MLPs .

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Metaverse is becoming huge month by month. K-POP is a money printer

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I'm tightly hodling on to POP because its a reliable gem of a token. I stack it, top it off all the time while staking on the yield-farming interface that its platform has. Money walking into your pocket has never been that simple.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think the Crypto market is making a strong wave over the fiat currency market and I expect the value to rise more with the influx of crypto donations to Ukraine. I believe this is the right time to dive into the crypto space. I have already added ETH, BNB, SOL, POP! to my portfolio and I am still planning to add more of POP! for a return of 925% APY staking on the platform.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

OCEAN is doing absolutely great in the web 3 part of crypto. Their MLPs on POP were decent too. On the other hand SPDR is kicking it in the privacy and web 3 sector. And then there's DEIP with the wordpress like platform to convert web 2 to web 3 with ease.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They need to focus on controlling the USD a little more right now.... Because if they inject anymore helium into that balloon, shits about to POP

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I love the one POP provided me with so far, ability to earn ALBT and OCEAN will really come in handy in future, when both of these platforms moon

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Atm I feel pretty good about both POP and Strong, both secure nice gains, each in their own, unique way, and will keep doing so for the foreseeable future, as platform are being constantly worked on, to maximize further utility

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Passive income still works like a clock. With plays such as POP, UpBots, Strong and Atlas, I feel like every trader's dream can come true pretty fast

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

Damn man, what people aren't gonna think of these days hahaha. I'll just keep adding POP and ALBT for now tho, thanks

Mentions:#POP#ALBT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

True. The in years to come, these prices would be seen to be the cheapest anyone could have ever gotten BTC. Humans rather buy when it is green and sell when it is red. Alts are majorly suffering from current prices, most without working products could die for sure, those with working products will definitely survive. Loaded up NEAR, POP and ALBT now at these rates

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

The only passive income I involve myself into for now is yield farming and staking. Staking POP, OCEAN is what I enjoy doing most especially POP because of it's mitigation of impermanent loss. POP is a unique project that aims to provide a beneficial and engaging product for all market participants.It aim to clear any doubts and confusion regarding the sincerity behind a partnership.

Mentions:#POP#OCEAN
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Staking is an extra means to make more income so I don't joke about it. For me, I stake POP which I know vividly well that mitigate impermanent loss and a nice APY.

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I currently stake POP in the candy farms for multiple asset rewards. The pools are sustainable and this only makes POP an asset worth holding long-term as it opens a window to earning while waiting for the market recovery

Mentions:#POP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Aubit freeway offers a fair APY for ETH amongst other assets on it's supercharger. I stake POP now on it's candy farms for multiple assets reward. Currently offers Bmi, Albt and Ocean as rewards with Spdr being the next in line

Mentions:#ETH#POP
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

You know that people's choice and strategies differs, and there will be more dip due to this on going war between Russia and Ukraine. As for me, I will wait a bit let's say middle of March before I start to DCA. I will focus a bit more on staking POP, OCEAN or even ALBT. Though concentrating more on POP because it has a juicy APY and mitigate impermanent loss. POP is a proof of partnership, a governance token listed on uniswap. It is designed to benefit both the team and the holders. It is permissionless, and non custodial, 💯 smart contract, ensuring funds never enter Centralized custody. It improve Dex liquidity.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

With this challenges the market is facing I use bot like Upbots to trade. Upbots is a trading bot used on centralized exchanges for both beginner and masters. One thing about Upbots is that you don't have to pay a trading fee till the bot wins and when your bot losses Upbots pays you the fee. I also stake POP, OCEAN and ALBT. Though stake more of POP because of its benefits such as mitigation of impermanent loss and a juicy APY.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The market is still going dip and dip by the day, I suggest that anybody that want to DCA should be DCAING at the end of every week, though not a financial advice. Or better still involve in investing in passive income like yield farming, staking and the rest of them. You might decide to save yourself the stress of trading by staking OCEAN, POP or ALBT. As for me I enjoy staking POP the most. Pop is a proof of partnership, a governance token listed on uniswap. It is designed to benefit both the team and the holders. It mitigate impermanent loss and also help to improve Dex liquidity.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hodling is no longer the best strategy when your candles turn red. Since the explosion of liquidity mining back in 2020, different pools of providing liquidity on various platforms are in existence. Poptown's proof of partnership concept is the most innovative of all as it creates commitment avoiding rug pulls. I'm staking with POP and the present APY of 128% is putting me in gains the bear markets can't clear.

Mentions:#POP