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r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Quit being a crypto degen gambler thinking you're an "investor." Learn the difference.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

alot of people say "long term hold" or "10 year hold"...but how many actually mean it?

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What are the most unique use cases for crypto outside of blockchain platforms, defi, and NFTs — here are a few finds, add your own.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Is it wrong to invest in a project that you KNOW is a scam?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What is the story with POWR? It is up ~75% today

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What is going on with POWR?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Bought an Alt without knowing shit about it.

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Any advice appreciated 😊

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What about POWR

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POWR FUN They where meant to be the next big things

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; The Securities and Exchange Commission has listed nine crypto tokens as unregistered securities. The tokens are AMP, Rally, Rally (RLY), DerivaDEX (DDX), XYO, Rari Governance Token (RGT), LCX, Powerledger (POWR), DFX, and Kromatika (KROM). The first seven are listed on Coinbase for trading. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don't like that they switched to Solana Plus I feel EWT is somewhat broader than POWR

Mentions:#EWT#POWR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was meant to remove ICP which iv done now. But whats wrong with POWR? They seem to be doing something that no-one else in the space is succeeding with?

Mentions:#ICP#POWR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ICP 🤣 POWR lol This list sucks

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Lol what isn't 90% down? I don't think I really have any tokens "I believe in" just ones that it seems to me will generate long term value as smart contract systems and web3 sees more adoption. Feeling like I need to reassess my PRO, POWR, and HNT tokens though. Especially Helium (HNT). Might be a "people powered network" but now I'm having my doubts about whether it's a people controlled and maintained network. Core components of the network have recently been centralized so it's beginning to just look more like a telecom that crowdsourced deployment of network infrastructure. Starting to feel like a bait and switch in terms of what the network actually is, who controls it, and whether or not it can be forked away from the core team should the community decide they're not the best stewards of the network.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Surprised to see so many coins here that are far from dead, for example LSK, NANO, IOTA, ICX, NEO and POWR. I mean they might not be doing so great in terms of price but they are definitely not dead when you look at their development, community and exchange listings. Opposite even, some of them are very active and have even gained new big exchange listings last months. Anyways one of my old fallen darlings is XEM/XYM.. looked so promising. I've held a sizable portion since 2017 and it's recent death still confuses me. Weird too since it's really hard to find any information about it.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR Yeah, it did nothing

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tldr; The Securities and Exchange Commission has listed nine crypto tokens as unregistered securities. The tokens are AMP, Rally, Rally (RLY), DerivaDEX (DDX), XYO, Rari Governance Token (RGT), LCX, Powerledger (POWR), DFX, and Kromatika (KROM). The first seven are listed on Coinbase for trading. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

r/BitcoinSee Comment

I see what your saying. Energy FUD will cause a hype cycle for energy coins. Like EWT and POWR

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX and KROM). Not sure if thats what you mean but i read your statement as the reverse

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Here are the 9 tokens which the article fails to mention: * AMP * RLY * DDX * XYO * RGT * LCX * POWR * DFX * KROM

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>But explain to me how a XRP co-founder cashing out over 3 billion someone selling an asset is not a part of the howey test nor is it relevant. >and people buying expecting the price to increase isn't a security? There is no investment contract because there is no common enterprise. "In order to satisfy the “common enterprise” aspect of the Howey test, federal courts require that there be either “horizontal commonality” or “vertical commonality.” See Revak v. SEC Realty Corp" and ""(discussing horizontal commonality as “the tying of each individual investor’s fortunes to the fortunes of the other investors by the pooling of assets, usually combined with the pro-rata distribution of profits” and two variants of vertical commonality, which focus “on the relationship between the promoter and the body of investors”)" The problem in these cases the SEC is trying to stretch the definition in every way possible hoping something eventually sticks. "The Commission, on the other hand, does not require vertical or horizontal commonality per se, nor does it view a “common enterprise” as a distinct element of the term “investment contract.” -Source https://www.sec.gov/files/dlt-framework.pdf The SEC is choosing to ignore the supreme court because it cant give a detailed explanation nor can they connect what does or doesnt constitute the common enterprise which is required for there to be an investment contract. In the LBRY case they are trying to claim https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FUlgX1rVUAAtow8?format=jpg&name=900x900 Which basically saying, anything that could possibly appreciate and be traded in a secondary market becomes an investment contract. which is insane. In the Ripple case they are arguing that they dont need vertical or horizontal commonality to have an investment contract. Which is also insane and now this recent Wire fraud / Insider trading scandal with (AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM). . They are now stating these are securities A: they dont have the power to do B: In some of the cases they dont have the jurisdiction to take them to court to even determine their status (LCX is based in Lichtenstein not USA) C: They havnt named any of those founders nor companies as defendants, so they cant defend themselves over their status. D: They will use this as grounds and precedent to go after any exchange that listed these tokens in the USA. The SEC is trying Any and every possible way to try and gain power over the Crypto space. and so far thanks to Ripple in part as well as hopefully LBRY, they wont get it. next up to defend the entire space tho is a guy who committed wire fraud and insider trading. He doesnt have the capital to have 9 mini trials to determine the status of each of these assets, nor to defend coinbase (who wont get to defend themselves) He'll most likely take a plea deal with includes him having to admit they are securities and he knew they always have been / were.

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With only a quick look and basic understanding this appears to be a good thing for the space as a whole, and in some ways it is. Once you dig deeper tough, the problem is that there are multiple horrible legal precedents that the SEC is trying to sneak into this case which is supposed to only be about the issue of insider trading/wire fraud **Issue #1** The first is that the SEC is stating that 9 Assets are unregistered securities in this case (AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM). The SEC is not just accusing the defendants of breaking the law. The SEC is accusing 10 unrelated, uncharged companies of breaking the law (9 assets and 1 exchange) Not only does the SEC not have the power to this, they dont give detailed legal analysis as to how they came to this conclusion. I posted this yesterday but the SEC is using the same shady tactics it is using in the LBRY and Ripple case in an attempt to regulate by enforcement and expand its power. In order for something to be a security one of the 4 prongs of the howey test is that there is an Investment contract. The supreme court has ruled that there must be a Common Enterprise in order for there to be an investment contract. >"In order to satisfy the “common enterprise” aspect of the Howey test, federal courts require that there be either “horizontal commonality” or “vertical commonality.” See Revak v. SEC Realty Corp" to explain further >"(discussing horizontal commonality as “the tying of each individual investor’s fortunes to the fortunes of the other investors by the pooling of assets, usually combined with the pro-rata distribution of profits” and two variants of vertical commonality, which focus “on the relationship between the promoter and the body of investors”)" and what does the SEC's do with this information? Well in their own words though they have stated that it doesnt matter and are ignoring this requirement. >"The Commission, on the other hand, does not require vertical or horizontal commonality per se, nor does it view a “common enterprise” as a distinct element of the term “investment contract.” -Source https://www.sec.gov/files/dlt-framework.pdf The SEC is choosing to ignore the supreme court because it cant give a detailed explanation nor can they connect what does or doesnt constitute the common enterprise which is required for there to be an investment contract. In fact, One of the assets they listed as a security (LCX) Isnt even founded in the USA, Its from Liechtenstein. This means the SEC has no grounds nor jurisdiction to take LCX to court (which would be required to make it a security) This case is going to end up needing 9 mini trials to determine the status of each of these assets and the defendants/issuers will not get to have their day in court to defend their status because they aren't named defendants by the SEC. **Issue #2** They arent going after the issuers, nor the exchange which apparently traded these "illegal securities offerings" Instead they go after a single person and his family for multiple reasons. 1. The guy is not going to have the capital to fight this because he will have to argue how and why all 9 of these assets failed to register as digital asset security's and how one exchange was operating and unregistered national securities exchange. (not gonna happen) 2. Hes going to therefore have to accept a plea deal and admit to whatever they want (including that these assets are securities and he knew they were the whole time) 3. This case will be used as the legal precedent to start going after exchanges (many of these assets are listed on other exchanges in the US) now exchanges have to either Delist the assets or face possible SEC action against them (we saw what happened when all the US exchanges de-risked by delisting XRP), it is going to cause turmoil, big fucking dips and could prolong a bear market maybe even indefinitely. Since the SEC didnt name any of the exchanges nor issuers of tokens as defendants, they wont be allowed to defend themselves in court. This is regulation by enforcement via a shady backdoor. a Commissioner of the CFTC came out yesterday and released a statement clashing with the SEC and their regulation by enforcement tactics https://www.cftc.gov/PressRoom/SpeechesTestimony/phamstatement072122 to clarify, I'm not trying to pass over/ignore the insider trading or fraud allegations in any way. If the allegations are true, the defendants should be held accountable for their actions/decisions. But we need to & should condemn both the defendants' alleged conduct & the SEC's unjust tactics as well.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TLDR: Coinbase has listed Te Flexa Network’s AMP, Rally Network (RLY), DerivaDEX (DDX), XYO, Rari Governance Token (RGT), and Lichenstein Cryptoasset Exchange (LCX). Others are Power Ledger (POWR), DFX Finance (DFX), and Kromatilka (KROM). SEC believes these to be securities and therefore CB “100% disagrees with the SEC’s decision to file these securities fraud charges".

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR was supposed to be huge in 2018.

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At #1 I'm going ION, at #2 I'm going QNT, at #3 I'm going ATOM, at #4 I've got EWT/POWR, at #5 we going AVAX, I'm flex-a-ing at #6 with AMP, and coming in tried and true at #7 we got BTC. ^Disclaimer: the numbers were simply fun to use and should not be used as an indication of how valuable I perceive an asset to be. Furthermore, it should not be assumed I own all or any of these tokens simply because I suggested them.^

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The wrong POWR survived I guess

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

“The assets were: AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM. They were each mentioned in connection with alleged insider trading.”

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR is POWR Rangers isn't.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR is still a thing????

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There actually alleging 9 other crypto as securities those of which are : AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM.

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https://www.sec.gov/litigation/complaints/2022/comp-pr2022-127.pdf >24\. A digital token or crypto asset is a crypto asset security if it meets the definition of a security, which the Securities Act defines to include “investment contract,” i.e., if it constitutes an investment of money, in a common enterprise, with a reasonable expectation of profit derived from the efforts of others. As described in greater detail below, during the relevant period, Ishan provided material, nonpublic information about, and Nikhil and Ramani traded in, **at least nine crypto asset securities that meet this definition**. The SEC says AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, and KROM are all securities.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR :’-( wanted to see that take off. Or something like it.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

the SEC is alleging that there were 9 digital assets that are securities, but they dont explain their analysis for even one. They also dont sue/go after the exchange where it was traded or the issuers of the tokens AKA The people with the resources to fight back, they simply went after a guy and his family. This is quite interesting since the 9 assets in question (AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM.) would each require their own smaller trial in order to be considered a security. I find it hilarious that are now focusing on insider trading instead of the exchanges/founding company/teams. this guy is the low hanging fruit.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The SEC has just identified all of these as securities: AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM. Not sure why they aren’t dumping hard but you might want to look into it if you on a large amount of any of them.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Have a look at the token POWR . It's basically used for power monitoring/ credits. Lot more to it than that obviously but its outlined on their website. My state government in Australia has set up a few sites trialling this. The company has also set up other sites around the globe . Some big partnerships are being formed

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POWR

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Solana seems like a great choice in retrospective, lol Sold POWR the moment they announced the migration

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I gotta ask you and everyone else that's "investing" in this space - if you look at something and see it has no real world value then why on earth are you putting your money into that crypto project? There's plenty of projects that are creating real world value or have the potential to create real world value. XYO, Propy, HNT, POWR, Audius, THETA, plenty of legitimate DeFi projects, smart contract platforms like ADA, ETH, DOT, AVAX, etc. But the crypto space is completely open for anyone to build ANYTHING on including garbage and scams. Shib, Doge, Hex, and failed experiments like LUNA and UST. If you're looking at your "investment" and think to yourself the only way I can make money is dependent on someone else being a 'bag holder' at a higher price then you're all invested and looking at all the wrong things in this space. It's like you're looking at the telephone and thinking its bad because it can be used for scams or garbage spam calls, the Internet is bad because the same reasons. If you're all putting money into 'projects' in this space but cannot come up with any reasons how the project will create real world value and how that value will accrue to it's token then you probably shouldn't be in this space because you're just going to fall for garbage, junk, and scams. I gotta reiterate too this space is permissionless and censorship resistant so there will always be plenty of garbage, junk, and scams to go around. Technologies are double edged swords like that. Combustion can be used to create engines, trains, cars, and aircraft. It can also just create very large explosions. Unless you're just gambling don't put money into anything having to do with crypto unless you can answer two very basic questions - does this project create value? Does that value accrue to the token? If you can't do that and you find yourself in zero sum games losing money then you need to be looking in the mirror and nowhere else.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was a year too late. But then again, I did trade some ETH for POWR and FUN in 2017 🤦‍♂️

Mentions:#ETH#POWR#FUN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Oooo POWR and FUN. They were a mistake 😔. Such an idiot back the and traded ETH for both of those.

Mentions:#POWR#FUN#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yes, but along with LTC, VeChain, NEO, IOTA, POWR, Ripple

Mentions:#LTC#NEO#POWR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Anybody in to Powerledger (POWR)? I love the idea

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

People still don't understand that every coin is a shitcoin except BTC and Ethereum, and a couple others maybe ChainLink, VET and COSMOS are real. But this NEO was pumping around in 2017. just like many others. None of them are heard of anymore. Just like IOTA, VERGE, POWR, so many coins from 2017 which were supposed to be the next big thing. Same goes for the bullrun before that, and even this one now. ALts are literally made by people who want to cash out their coins for more BTC. You should be doing the same, not thinking that altcoins are the future. They are not.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

2017 called and wants ita POWR back

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We’re thrilled to announce that Kraken now supports Convex Finance (CVX), Frax Share (FXS), Multichain (MULTI), Powerledger (POWR), PlayDapp (PLA), Quant (QNT), Rubic (RBC), SuperRare (RARE) and Tokemak (TOKE)! ​ https://status.kraken.com/incidents/4mybnp6ljkwd

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yolo into POWR

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Almost to many to list! CRO, POWR, TRAC, CTSI…

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Ooo damn, I'm in this post and it hurts. Back in 2017 when I initially invested I put money into POWR and FUN. Let's just say jt didn't plan our when I looked in November 2021

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Post is by: Novel-Counter-8093 and the url/text [ ](https://goo.gl/GP6ppk)is: /r/CryptoCurrency/comments/t9pvx8/alot_of_people_say_long_term_hold_or_10_year/ with BTC and ETH as the exception, lets travel back to 2017: the year of GNT, Funfair, District0x, PowerLedger, Funfair, Mirocana, Potcoin, Litecoin, Neo, OmiseGo, Augur, SALT, etc. just to name a few. Well let me ask, how many of you are still holding onto these, waiting for the big "pump", considering its only been 5 (long) years? And now how many of you have sold these off long ago after seeing they have done nothing but stagnate? remember how PowerLedger was backed by Elon? dont tell me there is still some of you out there still hoping POWR will hit $10 a piece. Remember how Mirocana was supposed to be this revolutionary AI trading bot, and now its gone? Coins like Monero, LTC, XLM, XPR, sure, they survived, but they have been stagnant since. How many of you actually have the patiencr to sit through that seemingly endless stagnation? *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/CryptoCurrency) if you have any questions or concerns.*

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Post is by: bkcrypt0 and the url/text [ ](https://goo.gl/GP6ppk)is: /r/CryptoCurrency/comments/sy0co9/what_are_the_most_unique_use_cases_for_crypto/ At some point the crypto market will be saturated with core blockchain platforms, NFT marketplaces, metaverses, and defi. I've been looking for more unique use cases that might, over the longer term, become sustainable businesses with real revenue outside of these market sectors. Here are a few intriguing ones. **Telecom** \- **Helium (HNT)** is building out a telecom network made up of individually-owned hotspots. The bandwidth doesn't carry a lot of data, but is being used by bicycle rental companies to track location and other internet-of-everything types of usage. They just secured a major round of funding to expand. Downside -- hotspots will eventually be saturated and returns won't be that great, but the network appears to be gaining serious traction. **Advertising** \- **Verasity (VRA)** has a proof-of-view technology that rewards ad viewers with a revenue share from what they charge advertisers. The companies that pay to advertise get view data authenticated by the blockchain. **Real Estate** \- **Propy (PRO)** is a fractional property ownership firm that utilizes its tokens and smart contracts. It provides enhanced liquidity for investors and transparency. **Energy - Powerledger (POWR)** \- according to CMC "Powerledger (POWR) is a technology company that builds software for distributed and decentralised energy markets for a sustainable future. It has developed a blockchain-based platform that enables the tracking and trading of energy, flexibility services and environmental commodities." They say they have over 30 client in 11 countries. As always, do your own deep dives. There are plenty of good ideas out there. The trick is execution and commercial traction. Happy hunting . . . \* Full disclosure: I have a very small holding of VRA and don't currently own any of the others. *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/CryptoCurrency) if you have any questions or concerns.*

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Definitely POWR. A token for energy credits. They’ve been expanding their infrastructure ever since the 2018 bear market, and coinbase recently listed them to make the token more available to retail.

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Powerledger POWR

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Aren’t there a bunch of currencies like POWR and ANKR they’re tied to the energy and utilities sectors? Sounds like it might be a good time to get into those

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POWR? What year is it?

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Timothy Ruth says he isn't concerned about the current crypto market slump and the drops in prices. He's focused on nailing down projects that have strong fundamentals and remain undervalued. He's been investing in stocks since 2007. But after witnessing bitcoin's explosive growth, he took a serious interest in the crypto market in 2019. And while the sector is far more volatile than the traditional equities market, he says the charts are just as predictable. Ruth attended the Naval Academy, where he graduated with a degree in quantitative economics. While there, he learned technical analysis from a professor who was also a successful trader. He's also focused on trading in bear markets, a skill he realized was important after he got wrecked in the 2008 stock-market crash. Today he trades cryptos while sharing his knowledge of technical analysis with his followers on social-media platforms like TikTok and YouTube, where he's known as CryptoWeatherMan. One of his key focuses is identifying early crypto projects and getting in on the ground floor. In a previous interview with Insider, Ruth explained that picking projects that could see up to 30,000% price increases means finding them before they're widely known. This involves identifying key industries that blockchain technology could provide solutions for. He looks at factors such as the infrastructure bill to determine where big money might be spent. He then filters projects based on those sectors and identifies which small-cap cryptos have fundamentally strong projects and solid teams behind them. "It's definitely a scary venture," Ruth said, acknowledging that there are risks — and rewards — associated with investing in early-stage projects. He stressed the importance of spreading bets across multiple cryptos and not putting all of an individual portfolio into the asset class. Top five crypto projects below $1 that could surge in value Powerledger (POWR) is an operating system for new energy markets. It supports the tracking and trading of energy, flexibility services, and environmental commodities. Quantstamp (QSP) is a cyber security protocol that can identify vulnerabilities and exploits on blockchains and smart contracts. Parsiq (PRQ) acts as a bridge between Web2 projects and Web3. Ruth says this protocol will be in a strong position when companies look to transition to Web3. Hedera (HBAR) is a layer-one hashgraph base that allows developers to build fast and secure applications. Solve Care (SOLVE) is a protocol that intends to decentralize healthcare networks.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Doesn’t POWR already exist for this use case?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR, should have got rid of it at the peak of the coinbase listing. Now I’ll probably HODL to my grave.

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Also POWR

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So... FTM / NEAR / ROSE / POWR is my pick of alts for the next ride down. Could only get AVAX at the discount I wanted

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR has an interesting roadmap ahead.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

WHERE my POWR family at. I'm excited about this one tbh

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have decided to go heavy into POWR wish me luck.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think POWR will see good growth this year

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POWR

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POWR

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ADA - The cardano ecosystem will take off big time this year AVAX - I like the developments of this chain and the potential for competition with ETH in the future XTZ - Another L1 making in roads into NFTs and potential E-Sports/gaming, and banking usage POWR - Energy trading is huge business and will be more important in the future. Real world utility MCO2 - More companies and governments are looking for ways to become carbon neutral, this could be an avenue to accomplish that ENJ. - Gaming and metaverse. Really like the development and platform these guys are putting together GRT - Blockchain infrastructure play. Fills a role of indexing Blockchain data for research and development purposes. LINK - The need for decentralized data sources is huge. No one does it better.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

"Also some of this POWR" Screams "i dont what is that, but its in the top gainers of the day, so it must be good"

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You bought POWR and ATOM next to their ATH. Not so smart imho. Fine on ETH

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I now own .05 of ETH and 4 Cosmos. My bag is looking nice. Also some of this POWR

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Great to see POWR back on the rise

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Glad I started a position in $POWR last week! Pumps are always nice but it feels good to invest in something local too.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR is another one, having to do with solar power. I think it's available on Coinbase now.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

CKB, ANKR, NUCypher, COS, POWR.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

2017 crash was the worst. held GNT, OMG, FUN, POWR for years and they went nowhere.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWERLEDGER (POWR) -Access to cheaper sustainably sourced energy utilizing blockchain technology. - highly suggest DYOR here

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Storj, POWR, ada, xrp, ckb, nano and cro. Been holding storj and powr my largest holdings since mid or early last year and enjoyed some good returns but holding out long term on all my picks and adding more in the near future maybe some eth or something. Btc doesn't interest me really.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You have the right idea but the wrong coin. Watch the top gainers on binance, whatever does a +40-70%, short that instead. I've been making a killing last 2 weeks doing this (HARD, FTM, GXS, DUSK, FTM again, now POWR... never lost on any even if some did go up past my sell point by a good 10-20%... they always return to earth eventually... 2-3 days MAX should be all that's needed to close on some decent profit).

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POWR

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don’t let the -2.28% shown on POWR fool you on binance… it’s still up over 40%.

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Has anyone got POWR? seems interesting

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Why doesn't CB show POWR under "gainers"? It's gained way more than the top coin showed

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POWR is carrying my profile right now

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Thoughts on POWR?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

How do we feel about POWR? It’s pumping nicely.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

lol i got a shock when i opened CDC exchange, wtf is POWR?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Power Ledger (POWR) getting pumped all of a sudden again, lol.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR went 56% up, love it

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POWR going over 9000 LMAO

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yes, I have bought EWT. Look at their website, they cooperate with polkadot as well. Also, POWR seems promising- was into that earlier in 2020 but sold after it had a good run a few weeks ago (today was another material increase btw). Efforce is another one but seems „inactive“ unfortunately… but I didn’t follow up on that anymore- so maybe they are still worth monitoring…

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have offset my heating bill (irl gas fees are mad in Europe) by heating my house by mining. I discovered DeFi, staking and have a slowly building passive income. If things pan out it’ll be enough for me to live on in a few years. If I get lucky on some gambles I can get a nice electric car, solar tiles, a battery, a heat pump and decentralise my energy use. Excess energy can be used for mining or growing food (decentralised food production) or sold via POWR. If I get really lucky I can do all that on a new build in the middle of nowhere. Crypto is only ~1% of the world economy, we are so early.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Why EWT, POWR looks much better to me

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah the dollar amount shouldn't matter, it's the market cap that should point to the potential but if you insist on this metric: OGN GALA COTI POWR

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR will be the second Solana fork with reduced hardware requirements after consulting with Safecoin which was the first project to fork Solana and lower hardware requirements

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

POWR "Power Ledger has developed a blockchain platform for transacting excess energy generated by rooftop solar panels. ... It will track energy consumption and transactions, and enable residents to sell surplus power to their neighbors."

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR the only green (literally and percentage wise) coin in the bag

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tldr; Coinbase has come under fire recently following a technology snafu that reportedly resulted in the company closing many of its customer's accounts. Users attempted to purchase Japanese stablecoin GYEN and Powerledger (POWR) and suffered from technical difficulties. Now, deeply frustrated customers have launched an online campaign demanding refunds. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What are your top three picks fir 2022? I'll start: AMP POWR CRO

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I can suggest POWR and LTO but I am just shilling two of my low cap bets so DYOR.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Coinbase customers have launched an online campaign demanding the cryptocurrency exchange refund their losses after a technical problem led the company to freeze accounts for weeks, potentially locking in large losses for many customers. The issue occurred in mid-November when customers were able to buy GYEN, a stablecoin pegged to the value of one Japanese yen, and POWR, a cryptocurrency designed for energy trading. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

POWR coin. It aims enable peer-to-peer energy trading.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Orchid (OXT) and Power Ledger (POWR) have been listed on CDC.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Wouldn’t ape into Coins that recently got listed tbh. Especially after the POWR and whatever other coin that had issues on a recent Coinbase listing. I’d give it a day or two before apeing in!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Went on a tear of buying coins with market caps in the millions earlier today for shits and gigs, here’s what we picked up: IRIS, ZIL, PENDLE, RSR, POWR, COS Tell me how I threw my money away please

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You might be interested in POWR then

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Why though? What POWR thing are you speaking of?

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