> While $50 may be considered as a very little amount to start investing in crypto with, there are still so many coins that price below this. Coins like XRP, ADA, SHIB, HOT, TOKLOK, MATIC, REEF etc are some coins that could be picked with a $50 investment budget. You're aware you can buy $50 worth of Bitcoin and other coins/tokens priced above $50 each?
The feeling is mutual. I don't need to sell my current holdings which includes low and high caps: MATIC, GEEQ, HPS, REEF and market drops like hell, then I'm gonna add more of these as I got extra USDT ready for recession.
FTM and LINK should take advantage of the lessened pressure to fix things right on their blockchains, I had great expectations for them as well. I'm ready to bet that RIDE will also rebound with REEF and EGLD in the mix, given they're also actively developing. But yet anyone expecting a quick rebound should temper their expectations in order to avoid labeling these projects and the crypto industry as a hoax.
I only added three of my longer-term alts bags today: $ALGO, $REEF, and $LOX, which are currently topping my alts bags. $LOX, in particular, intrigues me due to its good utility, which could drive more adoption as it protects mobile users from mobile theft.
I know nothing about REEF, but the staking rewards are probably super inflationary, just like anything else with an APY that high. So that 119% is basically meaningless. They could set it to any arbitrary number and the end result would be the same - price goes down faster than rewards accrue.
Glad that I didn't add my luna and decided to no longer add like a month ago but yeah, loses are normal. I hope PINK, REEF, XLM, XRP wont follow the steps which is way far from i imagine. These coins will remain solid imo.
This is the reason that I prefer generating 24-phrase than the 12-phrase to protect my defi portfolios. I don't want to compromise my PINK, REEF, VET, ZIL which are held on my defi wallet but i decided to stake pink tokens and vechain to increase my profits
CryptoXpress? Sounds like a defi wallet. You're right. After i read the whitepaper from Teneo, i found out that they're up for many things aside from adding token trains and holding assets to earn. Heard they'll integrate NFTs there. Several gems like ZIL, DOT, REEF to hold.
Literally. The goal isn't to depend solely on magical crypto gains but to invest enough with my salary on a monthly basis to retire early with passive income from staking. Have already staked REEF, BTC, ETH and now staking DVDX on UFARM. It won't make me millions but i will have a solid base to my savings.
I've heard of Freeway very vaguely before. What APY are you getting for BNB? I definitely think staking is a good idea for long term passive income. Like I've staked UFARM, ORO, REEF before. As far as going into a 4 year staking pool with ALBT. But I've yet to get into their Fundrs staking.
Same. I've staked BTC, REEF, UFARM, BBANK and now I'm looking into staking SPOOL or earning as a creator. But more because it's automated and calculates yield to adjust capital allocation and get the best benefits.
It sounds \*exactly\* like REEF. I had a very large REEF position (top 100 wallet), that I was thankfully able to get out of with my balls intact, but because of the bonding period, I lost a majority of the profits. OP, I would get out of whatever it is you're describing. Good luck.
I get you and I agree but keywords "that you bought for the right reasons", sometimes we make mistakes because we were blinded and it's also mature to realize we were a fool and should get off and invest in a better project. I did it with REEF recently. But I share the global sentiment yes holding fundamentally solid coins is better in the long run.
Staking has been a life saver for me. I've staked my BTC, ETH, REEF and even gone as far as put my ALBT in their 4 year staking pool. It's not risk free, but it is less stressful during market crashes like these.
You can check on projects like Unifarm that offer a few other projects at once to stake in each cohort. Or you can stake your ETH like I do. I do suggest trying the first one though, last cohort I staked REEF and managed to stake DVDX this cohort with a 36% APY.
Buying REEF the first day i heard about it. Have been in the red ever since. Im still hodling but it’s my first time considering selling at a loss.. loss of about 50% too so far. my intuition says to hodl and break even atleast so i will probably to that but it’s hard when there’s epic gains to be made elsewhere
It's not 'literally just excited community members'. We are not stupid, we know the difference, we have seen it all before with LTO, REEF, VET etc. You can see the difference because it's like brigading shill is a fart, the dealer is the only one who can't tell that they stink of shit.
These aren't all necessarily sh\*t coins, just cheap so you can buy a bunch 😁 Some or one of them should hit, you could keep them until next year, see how they're doing then buy more. I might try it myself :) TRON TRX $0.08033 Amp AMP $0.04886 IOST IOST $0.02927 DigiByte DGB $0.03532 Reserve Rights RSR $0.03126 Reef REEF. $0.01707 Orchid OXT $0.3699 StormX STMX $0.02232 Alchemy Pay ACH $0.06021 Verasity VRA $0.03826 Proton XPR $0.01642
VET was popularised because apparently everyone hates the 'commies' until it seems like the CCP might make them rich, then it's simping time. REEF & LTO were shilled on here seemingly forever, worse than LRC now I'd suggest.
They could have just invested in it a year or so ago when it was actually a decent value punt before Polygon stole the L2 show. Or got it free from Coinbase and various other places. Or both. Instead, they bought it because it got shilled here. But I'm just salty because I 'missed out' on ONE, VET, LTO, REEF etc.
No, the vast majority of users on this sub are the equivalent of penny stocks market players hoping to strike it lucky with a gamble rather than investing with a solid strategy. The amount that any individual invests in a project here is negligible. Multiplying a presumed average against the number of mentions any given project has on this sub on any given day wouldn't be enough capital to even move the smallest of micro caps on their own. Most of the highest mentioned projects on average are not micro caps. LTO, VET, ONE, REEF and a whole host of others can be evidenced to show that this sub has little to zero impact on price movements. Any pump in these projects has come at a time that is almost entirely converse to when they were shilled here.
Your biggest 100x bets are: REEF, Nahmii and Blok, KRL **REEF** has been creating a defi blockchain and has native chain integration rolling out with exchanges currently **Nahmii** has actual enterprise use and just released a new upgrade and rolling onto exchanges next month **BLOK** has a lot of industry interest, yes a big circulation, but token burn for land sale and other burn tokenomics. Metaverse and Launchpad, so dual utility for the blok token **KRL** Kart Racing League this game lives up to the hype, an NFT mario kart game, play with ps4 or xbox controller or keyboard and earn their in game token, buy NFT cars to race with, etc.
This doesn't always work. I bought $REEF on its downward fall in Feb, but it didn't bottom out till July. I'm still not square with $REEF. It's was supposed to be an AI arbitrage agrigator, guaranteed to make money, but I guess it's not that great a performer after all. Be careful with your investments
Probably going to sound like a noob question but how does crypto mining work and is it relatively better compared to staking in terms of earning passive income? I've been staking with unifarm these past few months - UFARM, REEF and DVDX now and earning a good APY (around 43% for the latter) but would love to know about mining.
For me it's gotta be REEF, only mentioned once in this thread so far! SO slept on, hasn't left the station yet pricewise and has a massively exciting Q4 roadmap basically releasing their product in earnest. It was launched through the Binance incubator a year ago so it's got the confidence backing of the behemoth, its goal is to be the de facto blockchain for decentralized finance - basically what ETH wants to be but can't due to its limitations with on-chain governance and high transaction costs (zkRollups might keep ETH dominating for a while longer, but it's not gonna keep it from being outcompeted over time as better tech emerges). Denko Mancheski, the founder, has commented that the marketing and massive onboarding of dApps will start shortly once the product is out in full, within Q4. A gamble for sure, but if Reef delivers even close to what they promise (which is A LOT), this token will skip moon and head straight to the Milkiway in the coming years!
VET: When you're such a decentralised, degenerate, libertarian member of the free navy you drift way of course & develop a taste for Xi penis whilst simping the CCP. ONE: Because this poor dude on Reddit said it was a hot pick 2 summers ago & he'd already shilled me VET, REEF & LTO so it must be good.
Hi guys! What do u think about investing in Mobox? It seems a promising token. By the way, Enes Turan, an authoritative Turkish analyst with а wide audience, advised investors to set up "coins pack" that have not “experienced a bullish trend” (https://twitter.com/eness\_turann/status/1453461977066582016) As an example of such coins, Swipe (SXP), Reef Finance (REEF), Mina Protocol (MINA), Litentry (LIT), Mobox (MBOX), Flamingo Finance (FLM), Auto (AUTO), SuperFarm (SUPER), Trust Wallet Token (TWT), Mirror Protocol (MIR) were given as examples. According to the analyst, 80 percent of the wallets should be in these coins.
By the way, Enes Turan, an authoritative Turkish analyst with а wide audience, [advised investors to set up "coins pack"](https://twitter.com/eness_turann/status/1453461977066582016) that have not “experienced a bullish trend”. As an example of such coins, Swipe (SXP), Reef Finance (REEF), Mina Protocol (MINA), Litentry (LIT), **Mobox (MBOX)**, Flamingo Finance (FLM), Auto (AUTO), SuperFarm (SUPER), Trust Wallet Token (TWT), Mirror Protocol (MIR) were given as examples. According to the analyst, 80 percent of the wallets should be in these coins.