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RAY white Jr nephew of Ray White Sr benificary as well

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Nasty FTX backdoor dealings involving AMC stock, Doge and LedgerX

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The Biggest Banking Crisis of US History | RAY DALIO'S LAST WARNING

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RAY DALIO ON BITCOIN PART THREE WATCH BITCOIN $100 to $1000000 Strategy buy bitcoin simple

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Raydium RAY price prediction 2023

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Anatomy of a Murder; What getting scammed actually looks like.

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FTX Bankruptcy Filing PDF. JOHN J. RAY III - “the concentration of control in the hands of a very small group of inexperienced, unsophisticated and potentially COMPROMISED individuals, this situation is unprecedented.”

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Crypto com delists SRM and RAY

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Early relative weakness of SOL/RAY/SRM vs FTT... Will they dump to fund a larger FTT plunge protection war chest?

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Raydium (RAY) Market Outlook: Should You Sell?

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Other good Solana projects besides Stepn?

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Other good Solana projects besides Stepn?

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Other good Solana projects besides Stepn?

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An analysis of the decentralised exchange aggregator project PRISM on the Solana blockchain, and why I believe it will see growth.

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DeFi101: APY & APR

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What's APY & APR ? Yield Farming 101 | Crypto 101 | DeFi 101

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"Comparison of ISPOs on Cardano" - Brilliant post found on the Cardano sub worthwhile read for anyone looking to delegate to the present and upcoming Cardano ISPOs

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Swap Trading and Taxes

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What's APY & APR ? Crypto 101 | Yield Farming 101

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I've been using defi for a year now. Here's my take on the Good, Bad, and Ugly of Defi

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Some other coins I am watching, that are in the strong, but not strongest basket are: FET AGIX OCEAN These are basically one asset at this point, they trade almost identical to each other. Further; JUP (not a lot of data) RAY BONK FLOKI

TWO YEARS AGO when “Michael,” an owner of cryptocurrency, contacted Joe Grand to help recover access to about $2 million worth of bitcoin he stored in encrypted format on his computer, Grand turned him down. Michael, who is based in Europe and asked to remain anonymous, stored the cryptocurrency in a password-protected digital wallet. He generated a password using the RoboForm password manager and stored that password in a file encrypted with a tool called TrueCrypt. At some point, that file got corrupted and Michael lost access to the 20-character password he had generated to secure his 43.6 BTC (worth a total of about €4,000, or $5,300, in 2013). Michael used the RoboForm password manager to generate the password but did not store it in his manager. He worried that someone would hack his computer and obtain the password. “At [that] time, I was really paranoid with my security,” he laughs. Grand is a famed hardware hacker who in 2022 helped another crypto wallet owner recover access to $2 million in cryptocurrency he thought he’d lost forever after forgetting the PIN to his Trezor wallet. Since then, dozens of people have contacted Grand to help them recover their treasure. But Grand, known by the hacker handle “Kingpin,” turns down most of them, for various reasons. Grand is an electrical engineer who began hacking computing hardware at age 10 and in 2008 cohosted the Discovery Channel’s Prototype This show. He now consults with companies that build complex digital systems to help them understand how hardware hackers like him might subvert their systems. He cracked the Trezor wallet in 2022 using complex hardware techniques that forced the USB-style wallet to reveal its password. But Michael stored his cryptocurrency in a software-based wallet, which meant none of Grand’s hardware skills were relevant this time. He considered brute-forcing Michael’s password—writing a script to automatically guess millions of possible passwords to find the correct one—but determined this wasn’t feasible. He briefly considered that the RoboForm password manager Michael used to generate his password might have a flaw in the way it generated passwords, which would allow him to guess the password more easily. Grand, however, doubted such a flaw existed. Michael contacted multiple people who specialize in cracking cryptography; they all told him “there’s no chance” of retrieving his money. But last June he approached Grand again, hoping to convince him to help, and this time Grand agreed to give it a try, working with a friend named Bruno in Germany who also hacks digital wallets. MOST POPULAR GEAR How Many Charging Stations Would We Need to Totally Replace Gas Stations? BY AARIAN MARSHALL GEAR Your Bike Tires Are Too Skinny. Riding on Fat, Supple Tires Is Just Better BY JOE RAY GEAR The End of ‘iPhone’ BY CARLTON REID GEAR Spotify Hates Albums. Here’s How to Fix That BY JUSTIN POT Grand and Bruno spent months reverse engineering the version of the RoboForm program that they thought Michael had used in 2013 and found that the pseudo-random number generator used to generate passwords in that version—and subsequent versions until 2015—did indeed have a significant flaw that made the random number generator not so random. The RoboForm program unwisely tied the random passwords it generated to the date and time on the user’s computer—it determined the computer’s date and time, and then generated passwords that were predictable. If you knew the date and time and other parameters, you could compute any password that would have been generated on a certain date and time in the past. If Michael knew the day or general time frame in 2013 when he generated it, as well as the parameters he used to generate the password (for example, the number of characters in the password, including lower- and upper-case letters, figures, and special characters), this would narrow the possible password guesses to a manageable number. Then they could hijack the RoboForm function responsible for checking the date and time on a computer and get it to travel back in time, believing the current date was a day in the 2013 time frame when Michael generated his password. RoboForm would then spit out the same passwords it generated on the days in 2013. There was one problem: Michael couldn’t remember when he created the password. According to the log on his software wallet, Michael moved bitcoin into his wallet for the first time on April 14, 2013. But he couldn’t remember if he generated the password the same day or some time before or after this. So, looking at the parameters of other passwords he generated using RoboForm, Grand and Bruno configured RoboForm to generate 20-character passwords with upper- and lower-case letters, numbers, and eight special characters from March 1 to April 20, 2013. It failed to generate the right password. So Grand and Bruno lengthened the time frame from April 20 to June 1, 2013, using the same parameters. Still no luck. Michael says they kept coming back to him, asking if he was sure about the parameters he’d used. He stuck to his first answer. “They really annoyed me, because who knows what I did 10 years ago,” he recalls. He found other passwords he generated with RoboForm in 2013, and two of them did not use special characters, so Grand and Bruno adjusted. Last November, they reached out to Michael to set up a meeting in person. “I thought, ‘Oh my God, they will ask me again for the settings.” Instead, they revealed that they had finally found the correct password—no special characters. It was generated on May 15, 2013, at 4:10:40 pm GMT. “We ultimately got lucky that our parameters and time range was right. If either of those were wrong, we would have … continued to take guesses/shots in the dark,” Grand says in an email to WIRED. “It would have taken significantly longer to precompute all the possible passwords.” MOST POPULAR GEAR How Many Charging Stations Would We Need to Totally Replace Gas Stations? BY AARIAN MARSHALL GEAR Your Bike Tires Are Too Skinny. Riding on Fat, Supple Tires Is Just Better BY JOE RAY GEAR The End of ‘iPhone’ BY CARLTON REID GEAR Spotify Hates Albums. Here’s How to Fix That BY JUSTIN POT Grand and Bruno created a video to explain the technical details more thoroughly. RoboForm, made by US-based Siber Systems, was one of the first password managers on the market, and currently has more than 6 million users worldwide, according to a company report. In 2015, Siber seemed to fix the RoboForm password manager. In a cursory glance, Grand and Bruno couldn’t find any sign that the pseudo-random number generator in the 2015 version used the computer’s time, which makes them think they removed it to fix the flaw, though Grand says they would need to examine it more thoroughly to be certain. Siber Systems confirmed to WIRED that it did fix the issue with version 7.9.14 of RoboForm, released June 10, 2015, but a spokesperson wouldn’t answer questions about how it did so. In a changelog on the company’s website, it mentions only that Siber programmers made changes to “increase randomness of generated passwords,” but it doesn’t say how they did this. Siber spokesman Simon Davis says that “RoboForm 7 was discontinued in 2017.” Grand says that, without knowing how Siber fixed the issue, attackers may still be able to regenerate passwords generated by versions of RoboForm released before the fix in 2015. He’s also not sure if current versions contain the problem. “I'm still not sure I would trust it without knowing how they actually improved the password generation in more recent versions,” he says. “I'm not sure if RoboForm knew how bad this particular weakness was.” Customers may also still be using passwords that were generated with the early versions of the program before the fix. It doesn’t appear that Siber ever notified customers when it released the fixed version 7.9.14 in 2015 that they should generate new passwords for critical accounts or data. The company didn’t respond to a question about this. If Siber didn’t inform customers, this would mean that anyone like Michael who used RoboForm to generate passwords prior to 2015—and are still using those passwords—may have vulnerable passwords that hackers can regenerate. “We know that most people don't change passwords unless they're prompted to do so,” Grand says. “Out of 935 passwords in my password manager (not RoboForm), 220 of them are from 2015 and earlier, and most of them are [for] sites I still use.” Depending on what the company did to fix the issue in 2015, newer passwords may also be vulnerable. Last November, Grand and Bruno deducted a percentage of bitcoins from Michael’s account for the work they did, then gave him the password to access the rest. The bitcoin was worth $38,000 per coin at the time. Michael waited until it rose to $62,000 per coin and sold some of it. He now has 30 BTC, now worth $3 million, and is waiting for the value to rise to $100,000 per coin. Michael says he was lucky that he lost the password years ago because, otherwise, he would have sold off the bitcoin when it was worth $40,000 a coin and missed out on a greater fortune. “That I lost the password was financially a good thing.”

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Decentralization: - ADA (Contrary to most people, I read lots of whitepapers and think holistically about the technology (robustnes, hackability, vertical and horisontal scailing...and how decentralized the coin is). As a developer myself I do support mathematical based approach rather than get rich quick schemes (coins below)) - ERG (The most decentralized coin there is as I've found from my research. Also opensource with offering almost everything in the ecosystem. However, it's not listed on mayor exchanges because there are no VCs behind it and there is not enough money in treasury for listing fees) High TPS: - SEI (higher TPS than SOL, but new ecosystem without being properly tested as far as I'm concerned) Hosting: - FLUX (as far as I researched for hosting coins, this seemed most promising to me regarding the hosting services...yeah, more than ICP imo) Brigde: - RSN (currently only brighe from ERG <> ADA ecosystems; soon also EVM bridge (ETH -> already in development phase) and then after some time even BTC; the best thing about it is opensource and scalability - they developed completely different approach to bridging assets than other bridges which seems most promising in regards of security and scalability of the chain. Some bridges can't add new ecosystems (coins) because of the complexness of the mathematical approach which makes them also prone to hacks (one mistake in code could cause you $$$). It seems more impossible to do that with RSN bridge because of two layer security) Dex: - RAY (SOL ecosystem, it's the most pumping ecosystem last year and seems SOL DEXs will be the most dominant in the next bull cycle) Peformer 23: - TIA (seems like a promising ecosystem, but newer coin and I bought just a small bag. I haven't researched it that much but seems promising. But I have to admit...hypetrain was the reason to buy a bag of it with the intention to do a research a bit later)

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SOL looks like it's ready to pump again. Already loaded a bag of PYTH, RAY and ORCA.

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Funny question to ask when today SEI, SKL, RAY , etc random crypto alts that i know nothing about are the top gainers :) ... even historically it's not BTC and Eth with the highest return ratio ... probably Shib and Doge won that race. It depends why you buy what you buy ... strictly for upside, BTC and Eth are not a top choice, but then again who knows what is a top choice at any given moment. A bloke was randomly saying on this sub, a few months ago, buy BONK , it will moon ... i was liks, 'what the fuck of a shill is this , haha, BONK ... gtfo, you scammer.' ... Fast forward to november , at 01.11, it was worth nothing, on dec 20 it reached ath with a 13000% upside. Again, who the fuck knows what is a real shill and what it insider info on which you can make x100 more than Eth or Btc ... the random call about BONK was closest in August.

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RAY taking over from CAKE and UNI

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TRB / RAY / AUCTION have been printing for me.

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Went into RAY yesterday when it was up 1000% on the month, and it's still gone up 40% today. Woo!

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BTC is king. However, why have ETH when you can get exposure to it with UNI, which is more volatile. Same with SOL, such as with ORCA / RAY combo. MATIC you can have QUICK instead. Again, same exposure to these, but higher volatility.

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FLUX and STRAX for me. Basically FLUX is decentralized cloud solution where people own it for far lower costs than on traditional cloud solutions (MS, AWS, google). Whereas Stratis enables to build applied blockchain solutions for enterprise clients and has Microsoft as their partner. I'll add FTM, VRA, DENO and RAY into my bag in the upcoming days. Fantom because of its agressive marketing (formula 1), Verasity because proof of view solution for marketeers, Deno for decentralized social media solutions and Raydium for solana dex, because it offers a great deal of other small scale tokens and people need a lot of RAY to trade them. I'll have a few more on the radar and will invest small sum (50$) into few other small memecoins for pepe-alike situations. I've almost bought SHIB before +100x but decided not to and don't want to make the same mistake again. Well it was not a mistake not to spend money on bullshit, but I guess you have to follow the herd and know what is the most popular thing for then to do. Other than that 75% of my bag is ADA because for me it makes the most sense as a whole. Built by scientists like internet in the early days to provide the most robust framework to build it upon. It just makes sense, but is not the most hyped one, since players like SBF can't manipulate the markets as they did with some other tokens.

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SOL is the native currency for the solana blockchain, therefore it is a coin. Tokens are the currencies that are supported by the blockchain (rather than power it), like RAY, BONK, ATLAS, etc. ETH is a coin for instance, but LINK is a token.

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SOL and RAY? So no loss then. Chin up.

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SOL ecosystem coins like SRM and RAY are making the top gainers list. Did SBF get into a laptop again or something? 😂

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could be any one of them over at Alameda.. someone probably payed a pretty penny for that information knowing it would be damning and that they could make a pretty penny off said information (shorting FTT, RAY etc) it was likely Binance

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There was a Cardano hack last week. RAY was compromised.

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SEC just threw this in to distract us from the XRP case. Justice for RAY J!!!

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Those damn $RAY shills! /s

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I like the simplicity, it is good for growth and reaching out of crypto. &#x200B; saved you a click >PIP, a web3 service provider to traditional platforms, has achieved 10 out of 14 features in its 2nd quarter 2022 roadmap. Following the launch of its social tokens, the web3 platform has only four features left to introduce this 2nd quarter, namely PIP.ME social integrations, BSC integration, BNB Support, and BUSD Support. Later this year, PIP will launch its LinkedIn and GitHub integrations and token swaps features. To the uninitiated, PIP is a service that integrates web3 functionalities into legacy social platforms. Through PIP, users of services that can be integrated with cryptocurrencies can buy and sell NFTs and receive cryptocurrency tips. Interestingly, the platform can simply be installed as a free browser extension. Users can just connect their phantom wallets to PIP and then integrate their social media accounts like Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) and Twitch. According to information provided to CQ, now “PIP Button” can be integrated into the websites of content creators and service owners. This extension will allow their respective platforms to generate extra revenue streams. Notably, the service employs a no-coding payment button that aids any user to integrate blockchain payment systems to monetize their content even without coding knowledge. The feature requires no signups and account registrations. Content creators can just select a currency, customize the button, and embed the button on any of their websites. The PIP button currently supports Solana (SOL) for transactions, including trading pairs with USDC, PIP, SERUM, RAY, KIN, and ORCA, among others.

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SOL at $38. Down -85% from ATH I remember adding to my SOL stash back in 2021. What happened to MEDIA, COPE, SRM, RAY etc?

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Can I also get a FUCK RAY ALLEN? -Un-Biased Spurs fan

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No problem! I'm learning just as much as you so if I'm wrong and anyone notices it please correct me. First sign is saturation, on my side it shows 0 saturation, not good and not bad, indicating there's not many people in the pool. Secondly, if you click the rewards tab, shift over to the far right of the table you see in the last 10 or so epochs only 2 have been rewarded and from your time scale you'd have missed both. There's a load of good pools you can give stake with, i try play my luck and stick around cards that pay out double, ADA and then reward you with their own coin. With that ray I use RAY 5, put always do your DD to find a good pool. A post on the cardano sub asking for recommendations would indicate the right way and try to also go for pools with a community so you can ask questions if needed.

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RAY in terms of percentage, VET in terms of money

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Ray Network (a project on the Cardano Blockchain) has a token, XRAY. They are developing many things but XRAY is currently available. You can buy it on a dex. Staking to a RAY pool also provides you XRAY from their ISPO. The XRAY can stay in your wallet as it is automatically staked. Every 8 hours you can withdraw your staking rewards to your wallet (costs some ADA). So it can all stay on your ledger. So you can get double staking rewards. Stake ADA and spend some ADA to (buy some XRAY/redeem your XRAY from the ISPO every 5 days/redeem your staking rewards) directly to your wallet. Note: Raystake is in beta so in about two weeks you will be able to withdraw staking rewards. However holding XRAY is still generating staking snapshots.

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I've been staking with RAY so I'm getting the RAY token currently and like your self I've been collecting most of the drip in hopes one sends me to the next level like your self...... Ardana, Ray, Sundae have been the ISPO I've taken part in so far

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This is what I’m doing with those assets: My BTC is on Haru investments and locked up to a 1 year term for 15% APY. I’ve used Nexo, Celsius and Hodlnaut before. Nothing bad to say about any of them. My ETH is split. Half on Celsius earning around 5.7% APY and half in the Umbria Narni Network pool earning around 15% APY. My ADA is staked in a Ray network pool. Getting the standard 4.5% APY in ADA plus RAY tokens.

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RAY (Raydium). Lost so much of its value that selling it is just a waste of my time.

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You can get loands through USDH, it supports SOT, mSOL, ETH, BTC, FTT, RAY, and SRM and the interest rates are waved and have no maximum loan duration if the loan to value duration remains above 90.9%.

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Just installed my RAY-SOL LP and rolled everything into DOT. I'd say maybe more DOT, less SOL. A Smidge of LINK if you want to gamble a little.

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I agree with them being a big player now because they have been listing some fundamental projects. They have recently listed DGB, DIA, RAY and the likes which in my opinion are projects with potential. Do they have a bad side? I see them as a platform that only list legit gems.

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Earn BTC on FTX App? Where? I can only stake SRM SOL and RAY

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This could result in some good alts reaching ATH. We may even see BNB near 1k and ETH near 10k. While strong small cap such as MTV, OIN, COTI, OCEAN, and RAY may see the most gains.

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What do you think has more potential SRM or RAY ????

Mentions:#SRM#RAY
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COTI, INJ, RAY. they're all good shit

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SOL (ORCA, RAY, WOOF). ETH MATIC AVAX MANA or SAND if you're feeling spicy.

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I'm pretty sure Osmosis is the only DEX listed where the crypto being exchanged are all L1's. The data architecture of the Cosmos leads to different incentives. UNI, QUICK, CAKE, RAY...these are all tokens on their respective L1 chain. OSMO is the native coin of a full AMM blockchain. It's the governance token of the whole chain, not just a single platform.

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Been waiting! I moved from RAY to a scooper pool. Good luck finding a nonsaturated pool though! 😆 🤣 🚀🚀🚀🚀😎

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Are y'all gonna buy coins or just shit post in the daily Bought some CRO, BTC, KDA, RAY⛽

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osmosis.zone (ATOM) Trader Joe (AVAX) Raydium (SOL) All are fun to use and JOE & RAY are on discount but OSMO is still up quite a bit from a week/month ago.

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I 'lost' money on IOTX, but still HODLing and staking so I am sure that will result in a profit this year. Same for DOT and RAY. I am beginning to lose faith in RAY as it's going down slowly. On the other hand, I was early with SOL and VLS. Let's say I am in the plus for now.

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I think the Solana ecosystem is going to explode. So I’ve got some positions in RAY, PRISM, MNGO, SBR and plan to buy some SLC when it goes live.

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Can anyone help me learn how to track my yields? I'm super new to crypto and am experimenting with yield farming. What have you found to be the best way to keep track of your profit and losses factoring in yields, fees, price movement, etc? Is there a platform that provides data on a cost basis? Spreadsheets? Currently I'm farming RAY-SOL LP on Raydium. Appreciate any direction you have. Thanks!

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You will wind up with more of the stable coin and less of the other coin you're pooling with if that other asset moons. So yes you still run that risk. However you can combat that by either joining a dial yeild pool that pays in 2 assets like ATLAS/RAY on Raydium pays out in both Atlas and RAY or if you're doing something like LUNA/UST on osmosis to earn OSMO you could always trade your OSMO token once a week for LUNA to mitigate any IL as well. So there's a number of strategies you can take. If you're prepared to stay in the pool for 6+ months depending on the APY and what you do with your rewards you can certainly bring your cost basis down closw to zero and then you're making pure passive income once you've covered your original investment.

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There's multiple answers to this You need to be extremely active on social media (discord, twitter, telegram) and a lot of these launches involve a whitelist or a pre-sale given to people who complete a set of tasks like following them on Twitter. Inviting 10 people to their discord, 5 mentions and so on. Basically using the plebes to do their marketing for them (doesn't mean the plebes can't make gains too though) These are pretty difficult to filter the legit projects from the scams and as you might suspect a lot of these aren't much more than schemes to line someone else's pockets. Another example would be a lotto system that may seem more fair and it probably is but unless you win you don't really get any gains. (This isn't a shill for Solana or Raydium even though I just them I'm just using it as an example so DYOR) https://raydium.io/acceleRaytor/ With this system the lotto is open to RAY stakers only and you put up $50-$100 USDC for each "lotto ticket" If you win you get tokens at the launch price in exchange for your USDC (usually pennies) and if you don't win you get your USDC back. This seems like a more fair system but the drawback is that you're forced to tie up funds staking Ray and maybe not everyone wants to do that. I'm sure there's more ways to be early and participate in pre launches but that's just two I'm aware of.

Mentions:#RAY#USDC
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I think SOL chicks turned out to be a scam no? Scams aren't unique to any specific blockchain. I stick to only 3 LPs on Raydium Atlas/RAY SOL/RAY DFL/USDC because I got the coins for cheap. From an investor standpoint it's been extremely lucrative. I guess your mileage may vary on some of this stuff and depending on your entry point you can wind up with some pretty positive leaning bias when your cost basis approaches zero and the LPs turn into a money printer.

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I got profit from SOL, now I dont own sol, but i still like their ecosystem, i like AURY, ATLAS, RAY. Fast and cheap

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There's one big missing piece here that is available today that wasn't a thing in 2017 (at least not to this extent) and that is passive income through liquidity pools and staking. There's a number of legitimately high yeild avenues where you can de risk by taking that passive income to average into BTC or ETH or stables even (earning even more yeild) to minimize any potential losses. If coins like OSMO, JOE, RAY, CAKE, QUICK/MATIC, are down 20-50% 4 years from now, they can still provide handsome net gains over the long term if you invest that passive income wisely. Even CAKE which is down significantly will have provided massive gains over time if you stake in any of the pools they have available to earn different cryptos. I don't think 2017 had anywhere this level of opportunity and if these projects never make it into the top 20 it doesn't mean they're not excellent yeild generating platforms. That is how this time *is* different

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Ah, thanks. I'm familiar with the practice. I just couldn't fill in the blanks to arrive at the answer. Can I recommend staking RAY-SRM on tulip? You can get like 101% APR for that!

Mentions:#RAY#SRM
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I like OSMO, RAY and JOE, all 3 are on different blockchains and have been pretty resilient to their emissions. If you trade your rewards in for other stuff half the time it really lessens the risk. Every other "claim" or reward collection I trade JOE for AVAX and RAY for SOL and OSMO for LUNA. The rest of the time I keep and stake the earned JOE/RAY/OSMO. It's been working out great for months but I also got in pretty early. I'd say now is a good entry point for any of these or projects including Aave, CAKE, UNI and COMP.

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Can anyone give me their thoughts on FTX? Heard great things a month or 2 ago, set up an account but every time I go to add money to it there's an issue. I have to use Revolut to deposit which is hard to tell if it's accepted because there is FTX, FTX USA and the Ftx app is different to the regular FTX. There are different rules for depositing Euro or Dollar. Seems like there are only 6 coins you can stake FTT, RAY, SOL and some other ones I don't know much about. Get hit with warnings every time I'm about to deposit and it seems like there's a chance my deposit won't go through and I'll be charged $75 too. I keep bitching out in the end and go back to Binanace or Kraken but really now I'm just thinking is it even worth it? Any thoughts, advice or tips much appreciated.

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40% SOL 10% AVAX 10% LUNA 10% DOT 5% LINK 5% ETH The rest misc (RAY, SRM, ONE, ALGO, etc) I own 0.01 BTC 😂

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Why nobody is talking about DEFI LP farms? I have been farming RAY/ATLAS since it became available more than 2 months ago. Sure, it induces Impermanent Loss but if you pick your cards right, you won’t get obliterated. And if you’re not going to sell them, it’s not permanent loss anyway. I have been acquiring around %110 APY on my 3000$ investment.

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> I wish I knew this earlier because when Solana did pump, despite earning 70% APY on the LP fees, I was actually down $200 had I just held SOL, which did a 8x while RAY only did a 4x. Kinda new to the Liquidity Pool thing, someone tell me if I understood this correctly. SOLANA pumped so his initial amount of SOLANA in the LP was reduced but gained more RAY to balance out the 50:50 ratio in a liquidity pool. But since RAY only did 4x, and given that his SOLANA decreased. He technically lost money(?)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> I wish I knew this earlier because when Solana did pump, despite earning 70% APY on the LP fees, I was actually down $200 had I just held SOL, which did a 8x while RAY only did a 4x. You poor fucking thing, only a 4x? And you didn't get the full 8x due to impermanent loss? And you're out $200? Tragic. Let me know the homeless shelter I can donate to so I can support you falling on hard times.

Mentions:#APY#SOL#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just swapped my ISPOs from RAY and mirqur dexes to flickto (FLICK) you can earn 0.15 flick per Ada delegating to their pool. It’s automatic rewarded from Jan 5 to April 10 then its manual claim sending the usual 2 Ada and getting back the rest (it’s about 0,5 usually) Pretty excited for that project so I wanted to stake in the initial stake pool offering (ISPO) http://flickto.io

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Haha, what? Impermanent loss occurs when one asset rises or falls in comparison to the other asset in the pairing. I pair USDC and USDT to earn RAY tokens, there is no risk, as there is no possibility of impermanent loss as 1 USDC is always = to 1 USDT **YOU** don't know what you're talking about And it is you're, not "your"

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Up 600%, pretty decent. I’m trying to cull, I’m trying to cull FOMO, I’m trying to cull FOMO on drugs, I’m trying to cull FOMO on drugs with 600% returns. If I may….what do you think is the right amount of drugs to cull without FOMO returning 600%? FYI- wallet is 55% legacy coins (the two), DOT, ADA, SOL 30%, and a wee bit of LTC, and some farming in SOL defi RAY with ATLAS and Co. Goes without saying XMR too :)……….and a couple of other long shots that I’m sure will go up or down

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I've been doing some work learning about DeFi and yield farming. I'm fascinated by SOL and would like to start yield farming on RAY. I know there's many pares to choose from but RAY/SOL seems to be interesting to me. I just need confirmation that I understand this correctly. I would "yield farm" by first providing liquidity in LPs. I would click on Pools on Raydium and send the pairs from my wallet then start providing liquidity. Currently 9% is coming from fees. Once I provide liquidity, I will be given some RAY/SOL LP tokens. I will need to STAKE these tokens to earn even more. Here are a few questions.... 1. Who wouldn't stake these RAY/SOL LP tokens?? I'm just curious why this is a separate step that everyone has to go through. In other words, why would someone ONLY use the pool option and not the FARM option. 2. What's the purpose of these LP tokens other than being an incentive? Do these simply "disappear" when you "unstake" your tokens from the liquidity pool? I presume there has to be a price on these for you to get paid?? I have no clue.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Try tulip.garden on the SOL network…you can get like 75% lending RAY which will keep it liquid.

Mentions:#SOL#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It’s pretty simple, I have done it in yoroi, selecting their pools as delegators of my Ada staking. For example using Xray as practice; Yo go into yoroi and select the validator/delegator for your Ada stake -> (RAY) ray network

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bitcoin and Ethereum hitting it like RAY J

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No idea about RAY but Yoroi is a Cardano and Ergo only wallet. You'd need a wallet that supports the asset you're discussing, XRAY.

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I bought some yesterday, but sold it a few mins later, moved the $ to gateio, and bought RAY. I've started looking at projects on the SOL ecosystem since it has been balls-on-ass (think -> male dog running as fast as possible) for a while.

Mentions:#RAY#SOL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Are those coins? SRM and RAY ?

Mentions:#SRM#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Guys, keep an eye out for SOL's ecosystem SRM, RAY! They usually follow SOL insane pumps!

Mentions:#SOL#SRM#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bought some RAY hope it pumps next week

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Solana was always a good project and I can see it overtaking BNB. But people here still think its super centralized (its really not as bad as people think) and they rather buy BNB which is in fact a completely centralized crypto. Both SOL and RAY have a bright future

Mentions:#BNB#SOL#RAY
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Solana has a great future ahead of it and considered a long-term play, no wonder alts like RAY and RIN are built on it, RIN is still very much undervalued, stock up now while it's still cheap!

Mentions:#RAY#RIN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

RAY because I thought, in the midst of the craziness when Solana went down most recently, that it would bottom out and rebound in conjunction with SOL. It did bottom out and kinda recover but not nearly as strong a recovery as SOL itself.

Mentions:#RAY#SOL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I can almost guarantee that support people won't have access to anything a RAY ID might affect or be connected to. I doubt there's any connection even made under the hood between CloudFlare and KuCoin.

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just curious, you are asking for people to give their RAY ID to help people, in the interest of transparency, what is your team going to do for those people? Are you looking to refund their amounts or provide coupons? Can you promise that once a person does provide their RAY ID that the employees that the trader is talking to will be able to amend the issue without being passed around between several of your employees? The concern here is the whole “reach out to us to help” but the help isn’t defined and the “reaching out” feels like a game of hot potato

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Eheh I have a very small position, SRM is the base of all the trading on Solana but the token itself doesn't do that much. I invested more in RAY as it's also an IDO platform, so more use cases.

Mentions:#SRM#RAY#IDO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Add a DEX in there, RAY has potential

Mentions:#DEX#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have faith in Solana and therefor also in RAY/SRM/STEP. But I'm into Solana since really early. So if you really look for x10 or more potential in the ecosystem I'd suggest Step is safest risk/reward.

Mentions:#RAY#SRM#STEP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Definitely Cardano for me. I’m also double dipping by staking my ADA in an X-RAY pool and earning 1 X-ray coin per 111 ADA. Also of this is safely in the ADA staking pools so nothing is risked.

Mentions:#ADA#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Waiting for the RAY pump, like the Uniswap of Solana

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

RAY staking on raydium.io is \~25%, no min. required, no lockup period

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What are your realistic expectations from RAY?

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Guys, during all this don't forget to buy more DOT, FTT, AVAX! Also keep an eye out for SOL ecosystem's SRM and RAY( they usually follow up after SOL pumps)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Holding for 12 months is too long, APR not attractive enough to combat the risk. Communication and engagement from kava on discord/telegram is average compared to some other ecosystems. Additionally I want to be engaged personally and involved, so I ended up in Solana with marinade as my main investment with a bunch of other great products like ORCA and RAY.

Mentions:#APR#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

On an exchange I know there are a couple of new coins I know almost nothing about. Do you know anything about these coins? * Shiden (SDN) * Origin Protocol (OGN) * Perpetual (PERP) * Injective Protocol (INJ) * Oxygen (OXY) * Raydium (RAY) * Helium (HNT) * Moonriver (MOVR) * THORChain (RUNE) * NEAR Protocol (NEAR) * Gala (GALA)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SOL, DOT, XTZ, ETH, BTC…..( a bit of LTC, MATIC, SRM and RAY, and of course Monero!) I feel I’m going out on a limb to consolidate more Tezos once I’ve completely non timed the market this quarter.

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

Mercurial finance (MER), Alchemy Pay (ACH) or RAY/SRM all the Solana coins will pop.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

RAY is preforming quite nicely

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If tommorow I woke up to realize that I had 100,000 dollars in my favorite cryptos of course I’d stake it RAY/SRM does 60% staking apr which is 1% a week which is 1000 dollars a week if rather have that taxes instead of a massive 100000 dollar defi snowball

Mentions:#RAY#SRM
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Agree. No institution is investing in Chinese tech this year. Try LUNA or FTM and ecosystem BOO and ANC. There’s SOL ecosystem too RAY AR ORCA… why go for VET for gods sake…

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ONE, RAY, SERUM, metahero

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ONE, ERGO, metahero, RAY, Serum 💯

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

important pieces on the SOL ecosystem, which are still undervalued right now. Due to that high yield for LP on Raydium e.g. RAY-USDC at 91.10% APR

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Here's my dream team: BTC, ETH, MATIC, VET, ALGO, SOL, DOT, ONE, LINK, RAY, SRM What do you think? :)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Ada is 3rd in market cap (4th if you include tether), theoretically if ADA had the same market cap as Ethereum, its price would be sitting around $9, but looking at market cap alone, coins like Audio, KCS, RAY, and ERG still have lots of room to grow

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Top Active Users Daily: 1. USDC 2. SERUM 3. KIN 4. RAY 5. ORCA Token transactions: 1. USDC 2. SERUM 3. KIN 4. RAY 5. ORCA

Mentions:#USDC#KIN#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

On average about 10-20. ORCA, RAY, OSMO, TULIP, SOL, and many lesser SPL coins gave me 4x Now I stake and wait out the down market with passive gains.

Mentions:#RAY#SOL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I got into OSMO when it was over 400% I have some RAY, but my main reason for that coin was to get more SOL. Now I stake SOL in marinade. Toss the mSOL into port.finance for some extra earnings. I do a lot more with a lot of Solana coins that is not financial advice also. In short...RAY and OSMO were my gateway to understanding sophisticated investment techniques. Very happy.

Mentions:#RAY#SOL
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

OSMO is still massive over 200% RAY was 30%

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Anyone else seen RAY being listed on Kraken 👌

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Kraken's shilling me OXY and RAY. Anyone got any experience with these coins?

Mentions:#RAY
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

RAY is Raydium, they have a DEX on solana chain, not sure about INJ. BXX, FUN and SYLO are all solid. I'm more bullish on SYLO as they recently partnered with glorious, a creative NFT studio. Glorious will be connecting fans with artist by using the Sylo network

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I don't really know much about INJ and RAY though, but I have research some mid and low cap like BXX, CVP, SYLO and FUN. FUN boast potential user base of 42million, that's phenomenal and with awesome strategic partnership with FREEBITCO and TRAVALA users can play casino games in a transparent environment, win and travel , book hotels across the world. It's worth the researching and holding imo.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am really bullish on CELO and RAY

Mentions:#CELO#RAY