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Request Network has officially processed over 100k transactions in 2023!

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Future use cases of crypto.

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Which of these coins are basically dead and which ones still have potential?

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

REQ Crypto: The Coolest Way to Pay and Get Paid

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Need advice - selling some altcoins for a loss. Cant decide.

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How'd you get into cryptocurrency?

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[REQ] (200$) (#Hot Springs, AR , USA) (REPAY 225$ ON 11/04/2022) (Cashapp)

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Survivorship bias is a hell of a thing so being aware is important. Especially in crypto

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Request Finance (REQ) Introducing Crypto Escrow

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REQ adoption seems to be growing.

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Request (REQ) Invoicing solution being used by real-world ride-share company.

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Be weary of the next big thing or the sure fire coins

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Sending ERC20 Token to/from Trezor T

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Let’s go REQ

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

So what all did you get during this crypto Christmas sale?

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BICO joins REQ as the only coins green(other than stable coins) for the day on Coinbase

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What in the world is happening? Dip? Crash? Does anyone really know?

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Diamond Hands HODL with my REQ! That was a rough ride!

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Why REQ pump?

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Why you should invest in REQ in 2021 (Sourced Recap of REQ)

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Why you should invest in REQ in 2021 (Sourced Recap of REQ)

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Why you should invest in REQ in 2021 (Sourced Recap of REQ)

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Why you should invest in REQ in 2021 (Sourced Recap of REQ)

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> what gives You fell the bullshit tech narrative. In 2017, /r/cryptocurrency was comparing Bitcoin to tech companies and "doing research" trying to find the crypto with the best **technology and innovation**. They compared Bitcoin to AOL or MySpace saying BTC will soon be replaced by new shitcoins with superior technology. Most of these people lost most their money. A lot of people are continuing the tradition today with DOT, ALGO, etc. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7kval4/in_20_years_bitcoin_will_be_to_crypto_what_aol_is/ - In 20 years Bitcoin will be to crypto what AOL is now to the internet. - Lol—try 3-5 years. - I think 20 months tops - 20 yrs? Think 2. - It' ll happen sooner. The world turns faster constantly. Bitcoin is like a fat, slow dinosaur - Agreed. Could be months. The space is wide open for competition. Could def see ETH and BCH taking the crown. - Someday people will think that it'd ridiculous to pay fees and wait time to transfer money and they will buy IOTA - Companies will not bet on a burning piece of garbage like Bitcoin, and whatever they pick will win. I guarantee it. See: Bosch/IOTA. - Hmm your comment has made me think of possibly splitting my portfolio four ways - ETH, IOTA, XRP, REQ. - The sad fact is there are coins from 4 years ago that are better than Bitcoin, we don't even need new projects to take leaps forward. - Tl;dr I think your bitcoins are going to be about as valuable as your 20 hours of free internet CDs from AOL - In 2017 alone, Ethereum, Iota, Ripple, Vertcoin, Monero and Litecoin have all made big moves in terms of tech and adoption. What will 2018 bring? 2019? Will Bitcoin still lumber into 2020?

Funny enough REQ was my biggest altcoin win in 2017. Lucky getting out when I did!

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> 4.8 million spent on influencers. Insane. No, it's $32.4 MILLION on shilling in 6 months results in token price dumping -25% this year. So people buying and holding this not only paid for all this spending but also paid for it a second time in losses. It still boggles my mind that people keep falling for these centralized shitcoins who take investor money, buy advertising, sponsorships, pay for huge marketing team, CEO, etc salaries. I remember in 2018 the Request Network (REQ), which was maybe the most shilled shitcoin at the time, showed a video of an expensive team dinner and the community was in an uproar. Now shitcoins are spending hundreds of millions on naming arenas, superbowl commercials, sponsporship deals, huge corporate salaries, buying dead file sharing companies and people support and defend these shitcoins. Cryptocurrency projects have become scammier and scammier and cryptocurrency investors have become dumber and dumber. - Sponsporships $10 MM - Influencers $4.8 MM - Conferences and Events $4.4 MM - Digital Ads $4 MM - Media $3.2 MM - Conference Hosting $2.9 MM - Physical Ads $1 MM - Community Building $0.8 MM - Advertising $0.8 MM - Meetups $0.5 MM

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In 2017, /r/cryptocurrency was comparing Bitcoin to tech companies and "doing research" trying to find the crypto with the best **technology and innovation**. They compared Bitcoin to AOL or MySpace saying BTC will soon be replaced by new shitcoins with superior technology. Most of these people lost most their money. It's 2024 and people still haven't learned. People are still doing research and falling for tech memes. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7kval4/in_20_years_bitcoin_will_be_to_crypto_what_aol_is/ - In 20 years Bitcoin will be to crypto what AOL is now to the internet. - Lol—try 3-5 years. - I think 20 months tops - 20 yrs? Think 2. - It' ll happen sooner. The world turns faster constantly. Bitcoin is like a fat, slow dinosaur - Agreed. Could be months. The space is wide open for competition. Could def see ETH and BCH taking the crown. - Someday people will think that it'd ridiculous to pay fees and wait time to transfer money and they will buy IOTA - Companies will not bet on a burning piece of garbage like Bitcoin, and whatever they pick will win. I guarantee it. See: Bosch/IOTA. - Hmm your comment has made me think of possibly splitting my portfolio four ways - ETH, IOTA, XRP, REQ. - The sad fact is there are coins from 4 years ago that are better than Bitcoin, we don't even need new projects to take leaps forward. - Tl;dr I think your bitcoins are going to be about as valuable as your 20 hours of free internet CDs from AOL - In 2017 alone, Ethereum, Iota, Ripple, Vertcoin, Monero and Litecoin have all made big moves in terms of tech and adoption. What will 2018 bring? 2019? Will Bitcoin still lumber into 2020?

AERO, SOL, LCX, REQ, INDEX, GFI, TRB, LPT. I'm thinking about yeeting my BTC into ETH.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

During that time frame: - 5 BILLION increase in circulating supply - 2 BILLION gifted by scammer Silvio Micali himself which probably hasn't been all dumped yet, It took took Jed McCaleb 7 years to dump just 9% of his XRP - 0 BILLION actual Demand - Money used to buy FIFA sponsorship, racing sponsorship, dead file sharing companies Napster, LimerWire, etc None of these raised red flags for you and gave you a hint that it was all moneygrab bullshit? Or did you think that a Turning Award winner and MIT professor could not be greedy and run a moneygrab scam? You only have to look at history and at people like Javascript investor, Mozilla founder Brendan Eich who give zero fucks about integrity when there is $$$ to be made from scamming naive crypto investors. People like me have kept warning noobs not to fall for tech meme bullshit in crypto. Here is something from 2019: > You seem to be fixated on tech. Tech means nothing if nobody uses it and if nobody cares. NXT was the most advanced coin in 2013 and still one of the most advanced now - First coin that was 100% Proof of Stake pioneered by IOTA founder - 1.5 minutes block times - Java - DEX - Messaging - Assets in the blockchain - Programmable APIs > But what happened? LTC is #4 and doing great and NXT is pretty much dead https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/bza16u/top_7_unique_highpotential_cryptocurrencies_of/eqt1lh5/ In 2019, I was saying that people are going to be soon falling for new scams like Cosmos, Polkadot, Hedera, etc were coming and your old scams like Stratis and Iota were going to be dead. > Don't worry, a new round of shitcoins will be coming with new hype. Soon people will be shilling about Cosmos, Polkadot, Hydera Hash, Fantom, Radix, etc. Some of these other coins that are in the top 25 will be gone the way Stratis, Golem, MaidSafe, Bitshares, SingularDTV which were in the top 25 at this time in 2017. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/bjohvq/daily_discussion_may_2_2019_gmt0/emd4p9j/ In 2020, I got downvoted many a time for saying buy Bitcoin and don't chase shitcoins: > I feel bad for the people who fell for the Bitcoin is a dinasaur tech meme. No no, you said invest in a newer faster tech whether it be a scam like Ripple, halfway working vaporware like IOTA.....You had a once in a lifetime opportunity of a 3-year head start to front run big dick institutional funds and maybe even sovereign funds but instead you chose to chase after shitcoins. As a result there are probably a ton of people who have been in crypto for years don't even have a whole Bitcoin or cannot afford one now but could easily have acquired one over the past three years. What's worse, as Bitcoin's value appreciates more and more, some of you don't even realize what is happening and are still chasing some shitcoins. At least acquire some Bitcoin for god's sake. There's no reason we can't all make it. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/kk8n2g/daily_discussion_december_26_2020_gmt0/gh3kmjt/ And /r/cryptocurrency is mostly here to shill you tech meme shitcoins and circlejerk each other and lose money together. In 2017, /r/cryptocurrency was comparing Bitcoin to tech companies and "doing research" trying to find the crypto with the best **technology and innovation**. They compared Bitcoin to AOL or MySpace saying BTC will soon be replaced by new shitcoins with superior technology. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7kval4/in_20_years_bitcoin_will_be_to_crypto_what_aol_is/ - In 20 years Bitcoin will be to crypto what AOL is now to the internet. - Lol—try 3-5 years. - I think 20 months tops - 20 yrs? Think 2. - It' ll happen sooner. The world turns faster constantly. Bitcoin is like a fat, slow dinosaur - Agreed. Could be months. The space is wide open for competition. Could def see ETH and BCH taking the crown. - Someday people will think that it'd ridiculous to pay fees and wait time to transfer money and they will buy IOTA - Companies will not bet on a burning piece of garbage like Bitcoin, and whatever they pick will win. I guarantee it. See: Bosch/IOTA. - Hmm your comment has made me think of possibly splitting my portfolio four ways - ETH, IOTA, XRP, REQ. - The sad fact is there are coins from 4 years ago that are better than Bitcoin, we don't even need new projects to take leaps forward. - Tl;dr I think your bitcoins are going to be about as valuable as your 20 hours of free internet CDs from AOL - In 2017 alone, Ethereum, Iota, Ripple, Vertcoin, Monero and Litecoin have all made big moves in terms of tech and adoption. What will 2018 bring? 2019? Will Bitcoin still lumber into 2020?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I don't want to pour water on your hype, but I'm just saying as someone who got in in 2017 and has avoided getting seriously burned... A lot of what I've seen over the past several years is people buying future promises of performance, and then those promises never materialize. Or they take way longer than expected. Most notable ones I can think of are REQ, which actually did end up pulling through with a lot of what they said they'd do, but took so long that everyone who bought in got burned and has a bad taste in their mouths about it. The other being IOTA which has been promising the removal of their coordinator to make itself decentralized this entire time, but the coordinator is still there. Coordicide was being anticipated practically "very soon" since 2018, and you'll still find people hanging onto that promise even today almost 6 years later. I don't know anything about Kaspa, and you might end up being right on all points. But be wary of promises of future performance being presented as today's selling point unless it's a risk you can afford to take.

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Most hyped tech meme narratives from the the 2017/18 cycle... - April 2017 --> XRP is the Standard! Banks are about to adopt XRP while you invest in joke projects. - May 2017 --> Stratis is the future of Blockchain tech, smart contracts written in C#. Devs are going to flock to the platform - June 2017 --> IOTA is going to be the backbone for the "machine to machine (M2M) economy, this will become the underlying protocol for the internet of things" - July 2017 --> SIA and Golem are going to revolutionize tech creating a paradigm shift in storage and computing. This isn't like 2013 meme coins, we have serious projects in 2017. - August 2017 --> NEO is the Chinese Ethereum, programmable in multiple languages, developer community only second to Ethereum, embraced by China, the market the potential is massive - September 2017 --> Bitcoin Cash is the real Bitcoin. Bigger blocks, blockstream sucks, Roger Ver is the lord and saviour. - October 2017 --> OMG is going to bank the unbanked. The future of blockchain. Scaling Ethereum L2 with Plasma! Just look at the team. Lightning Network creator Joseph Poon. Vitalik himself is an advisor! - November 2017 --> Vertcoin because ASIC resistance is the future - December 2017 --> REQuest Network is the most important financial project to crypto. They are a Y-Combinator startup so you know they are very aggressive! - January 2018 --> Raiblocks (NANO) is fast and feeless and will kill every inefficient blockchain currency - February 2018 --> Vechain is going to be the first crypto with enterprise adoption. Look at all those partnerships. Look at the technology, the project is a copy pasta of the Ethereum code base but it's Chinese innovation nonetheless. - March 2018 --> ICON, it's the Korean Ethereum, they're partnered with a ton of Korean banks, hospitals, universities....and you know Koreans support their own projects. ...reminds us not to give up on your bullshit tech innovation narratives. Your shitcoin is not going to die because people will rather baghold forever than admit they are wrong... 2021 > Don't confuse short term price action with long-term fundamentals. Nano works, ever better, and that's starting to be recognised https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/qc21qm/honest_question_is_nano_dead_what_can_be_done_to/hhd7eug/ > You should check out what ICX has done, is doing and will do during these years....Agreed. Not even remotely dead. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/qgnsj0/which_cointoken_is_completely_deadnearly_dead/hih8v5b/ > (REQ) are definitely not dead, they are currently building an escrow system that will ultimately allow for invoice financing for projects in the crypto space....The team has a very practical mentality, focussing on product and adoption. Currently almost a thousand businesses are using Request to process their payments, adoption increasing almost exponentially https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/qlohgo/i_thought_req_was_dead/ ...so keep holding DOT, ALGO, etc whatever bullshit tech you bought the last cycle. The market is wrong, you are right and there is no way you got scammed. Now go make a post about what big scams meme coins are -- that'll really make you feel and look smart.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Most hyped tech meme narratives from the the 2017/18 cycle... - April 2017 --> XRP is the Standard! Banks are about to adopt XRP while you invest in joke projects. - May 2017 --> Stratis is the future of Blockchain tech, smart contracts written in C#. Devs are going to flock to the platform - June 2017 --> IOTA is going to be the backbone for the "machine to machine (M2M) economy, this will become the underlying protocol for the internet of things" - July 2017 --> SIA and Golem are going to revolutionize tech creating a paradigm shift in storage and computing. This isn't like 2013 meme coins, we have serious projects in 2017. - August 2017 --> NEO is the Chinese Ethereum, programmable in multiple languages, developer community only second to Ethereum, embraced by China, the market the potential is massive - September 2017 --> Bitcoin Cash is the real Bitcoin. Bigger blocks, blockstream sucks, Roger Ver is the lord and saviour. - October 2017 --> OMG is going to bank the unbanked. The future of blockchain. Scaling Ethereum L2 with Plasma! Just look at the team. Lightning Network creator Joseph Poon. Vitalik himself is an advisor! - November 2017 --> Vertcoin because ASIC resistance is the future - December 2017 --> REQuest Network is the most important financial project to crypto. They are a Y-Combinator startup so you know they are very aggressive! - January 2018 --> Raiblocks (NANO) is fast and feeless and will kill every inefficient blockchain currency - February 2018 --> Vechain is going to be the first crypto with enterprise adoption. Look at all those partnerships. Look at the technology, the project is a copy pasta of the Ethereum code base but it's Chinese innovation nonetheless. - March 2018 --> ICON, it's the Korean Ethereum, they're partnered with a ton of Korean banks, hospitals, universities....and you know Koreans support their own projects. ...reminds us not to give up on your bullshit tech innovation narratives. Your shitcoin is not going to die because people will rather baghold forever than admit they are wrong... 2021 > Don't confuse short term price action with long-term fundamentals. Nano works, ever better, and that's starting to be recognised https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/qc21qm/honest_question_is_nano_dead_what_can_be_done_to/hhd7eug/ > You should check out what ICX has done, is doing and will do during these years....Agreed. Not even remotely dead. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/qgnsj0/which_cointoken_is_completely_deadnearly_dead/hih8v5b/ > (REQ) are definitely not dead, they are currently building an escrow system that will ultimately allow for invoice financing for projects in the crypto space....The team has a very practical mentality, focussing on product and adoption. Currently almost a thousand businesses are using Request to process their payments, adoption increasing almost exponentially https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/qlohgo/i_thought_req_was_dead/ ...so keep holding DOT, ALGO, etc whatever bullshit tech you bought the last cycle. The market is wrong, you are right and there is no way you got scammed. Now go make a post about what big scams meme coins are -- that'll really make you feel and look smart.

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> ATOM is far from dead, just the coin itself didnt move much. *Denial ain't just a river in Egypt, it's a national anthem for bagholders.* I wish I'd bookmarked some threads where people said - IOTA is not dead, the EU digital currency is going to be built on it - Stratis is not dead, the devs have been building through the bear market - NEO is not dead, they have the most developers and projects being built on it after Ethereum *No no no, you're paying too much attention to price and not the fundamentals, look at all the development happening...it's far from a dead project!* Nano, Icon and the Request Network were some of the most shilled projects on /r/cryptocurrency and people refuse to believe something they invested in was just hype and is now dead. NANO is not dead... > Don't confuse short term price action with long-term fundamentals. Nano works, ever better, and that's starting to be recognised https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/qc21qm/honest_question_is_nano_dead_what_can_be_done_to/hhd7eug/ ICON is not dead... > You should check out what ICX has done, is doing and will do during these years....Agreed. Not even remotely dead. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/qgnsj0/which_cointoken_is_completely_deadnearly_dead/hih8v5b/ REQ is not dead... > They are definitely not dead, they are currently building an escrow system that will ultimately allow for invoice financing for projects in the crypto space....The team has a very practical mentality, focussing on product and adoption. Currently almost a thousand businesses are using Request to process their payments, adoption increasing almost exponentiall https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/qlohgo/i_thought_req_was_dead/

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Anyone here in REQ? Looks interesting

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Can't tell much about REQ and FOR. VOXEL looked good when I looked at it, but looked expensive by then, might be worth revisiting. OCEAN is a monster, and a must have IMO. Specially after their anounced merger with FET and AGIX, there's now a clear market leader on AI, the same way that there's one in oracles with LINK. I also have been growing my interest on the Bitcoin L2 space with STX (Stacks) as an OG token worth revisiting and some cool emerging ones like BEVM and LBIT.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

What do you think about REQ, UTK, FOR, OCEAN or VOXEL?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

/r/cryptocurrency is full of astute investors who buy great tech. In 2017, th;e brilliant minds at /r/cryptocurrency were laughing at Bitcoin as dinosaur tech and were buying "great" projects with great tech telling themselves *"Bitcoin will be to crypto what AOL is now to the internet"*: https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7kval4/in_20_years_bitcoin_will_be_to_crypto_what_aol_is/ - In 20 years Bitcoin will be to crypto what AOL is now to the internet. - Lol—try 3-5 years. - I think 20 months tops - 20 yrs? Think 2. - It' ll happen sooner. The world turns faster constantly. Bitcoin is like a fat, slow dinosaur - Agreed. Could be months. The space is wide open for competition. Could def see ETH and BCH taking the crown. - Someday people will think that it'd ridiculous to pay fees and wait time to transfer money and they will buy IOTA - Companies will not bet on a burning piece of garbage like Bitcoin, and whatever they pick will win. I guarantee it. See: Bosch/IOTA. - Hmm your comment has made me think of possibly splitting my portfolio four ways - ETH, IOTA, XRP, REQ. - The sad fact is there are coins from 4 years ago that are better than Bitcoin, we don't even need new projects to take leaps forward. - Tl;dr I think your bitcoins are going to be about as valuable as your 20 hours of free internet CDs from AOL - In 2017 alone, Ethereum, Iota, Ripple, Vertcoin, Monero and Litecoin have all made big moves in terms of tech and adoption. What will 2018 bring? 2019? Will Bitcoin still lumber into 2020?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Why is REQ randomly up? I forgot I even own it.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What happened to REQ? my bag that i trapped in a random wallet just got up 50%

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There are dozens of us old REQ bag holders…. dozens!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Where the fuck are the REQ shills coming from today? Ancient random shitcoin.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Reminder on why $REQ is up 50% today: \- 2000+ companies actively using the protocol \- milestone $1 billion dollars about to be hit \- Deloitte and PwC partnerships speculated \- Has gone to $1 every bull run (this 50% is just the beginning)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Go jump into your other coins which aren’t ‘random’ I never said that. Most of my coins are as random as REQ to most people. The problem is you coming in here acting like everyone ngmi unless they have your 7 year old random coin and then telling them you're not gonna even DYOR for them. Like you want us to buy REQ? Tell us why we should and at least shill it properly. Otherwise it's just some random coin that IDGAF about.

Mentions:#REQ#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

REQ is about as random as I can imagine. And it looks like it's only been to $1 once anyway.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Please continue sleeping on the $REQ You are smarter and know more about what projects will be successful than Deloitte and PWC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sleeping well knowing $REQ is one of flock’s only partnerships Also sleeping well knowing Deloitte and PWC are actively using @RequestFinance

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Loving my $REQ baby You know it’s a good idea to throw some money in it because /r/cc hates it

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I've never heard of REQ and the first page of google is no help.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Isn't this what REQ is doing for businesses? It allows for all accounting, employee payments, Request for payments, etc.. in a ton of different currencies, including crypto to Fiat.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Do not sleep on REQ PWC and Deloitte actively use Request Finance Request Finance acquires Consola Finance

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Do not sleep on REQ PWC and Deloitte actively use Request Finance Request Finance acquires Consola Finance

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Do not sleep on REQ PWC and Deloitte actively use Request Finance Request Finance acquires Consola Finance

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Held in back in 2017 The team pivoted like shit and most supporters jumped ship Wouldn't really bet on REQ long term

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thoughts on REQ? Utility wise looks pot on, price wise though, meh

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Oh Boy, REQ, that's an ancient shitcoin!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Do not sleep on REQ PWC and Deloitte actively use Request Finance Request Finance acquires Consola Finance

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Req probably won't be making a comeback if there are already traditional methods of payment that solve these issues. No one will use REQ just because crypto and more recently, people are focusing heavily on web3, web4 and AI tech. Alot of older alts will unfortunately perish this year.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You must be pretty new then, because REQ is an older project, shilled to hell during the 2017/18 bull run.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Damn haven’t heard REQ mentioned in a while

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I mean $REQ just silently added PwC and Deloitte to their list of customers using request network protocol for accounting. If that's not adoption I don't know what is. They also acquired Consola just yesterday, which allows them to be pretty much PayPal 2.0, crypto to fiat payment requests, etc... not to mention quikbooks integration. The Real adoption is here, just not hyped as much as meme coins.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Fuckin REQ, I rode that turd to $1 (and down). So many lessons learned in 2018... lol

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

NXT, ICX, REQ, XVG, OMG to name a few.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Do not sleep on REQ PWC and Deloitte actively use Request Finance Request Finance acquires Consola Finance

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bag buying confirmed…REQ is a classic with a solid team

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So I can get REQ’d???? No thank you!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Get in REQ before the Deloitte and PwC news spreads like wildfire!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

REQ that's a name I haven't heard mentioned again since 7 years

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have some credit card debt and am thinking of selling some of my crypto ( NEAR, REQ, GRT, a little ETH) to pay off the debt. But I know I’m going to kick myself if this bull run continues. I know nobody has a crystal ball but how likely do you guys think it is that this will continue into next month with the BTC halving? Will the alts be likely to surge soon? I know you can’t time the market but I would hate to cash out half an ETH right now as it hovers around $4k and a month from now it’s rallied to $8k or something. Probably an even greater chance of that happening with the smaller cap coins. But alternately I hate having debt so I think the mental benefit of knocking out debt will feel nice

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You surely didn't sell your POE and REQ and FUN though? And the Dentacoin of course

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don’t sleep on REQ folks PWC and Deloitte actively use Request Lookup Request Finance - insane names and partners on their front page

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don’t sleep on REQ dudes Actively being used by PWC and Deloitte

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sounds like you got REQt Paging all REQ marines. F in the chat

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

PWC and Deloitte are using Request Finance (REQ)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

REQ - Request Finance silently added PWC and Deloitte to its list of customers / users on their website 2 days ago Go take a look for yourself

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

PWC and Deloitte are using Request Network (REQ)

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> Nokia or BlackBerry would be around forever, as AOL, Yahoo and many others. Dumb crypto investors compare Bitcoin to tech companies and are always doing research trying to find the crypto with the best **technology and innovation**. They compared Bitcoin to AOL or MySpace saying BTC will soon be replaced by new shitcoins with superior technology. Post from ~7 years ago where people said *"Bitcoin will be to crypto what AOL is now to the internet"* -- most these dummies have lost most their money. Don't be a dummy. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7kval4/in_20_years_bitcoin_will_be_to_crypto_what_aol_is/ - In 20 years Bitcoin will be to crypto what AOL is now to the internet. - Lol—try 3-5 years. - I think 20 months tops - 20 yrs? Think 2. - It' ll happen sooner. The world turns faster constantly. Bitcoin is like a fat, slow dinosaur - Agreed. Could be months. The space is wide open for competition. Could def see ETH and BCH taking the crown. - Someday people will think that it'd ridiculous to pay fees and wait time to transfer money and they will buy IOTA - Companies will not bet on a burning piece of garbage like Bitcoin, and whatever they pick will win. I guarantee it. See: Bosch/IOTA. - Hmm your comment has made me think of possibly splitting my portfolio four ways - ETH, IOTA, XRP, REQ. - The sad fact is there are coins from 4 years ago that are better than Bitcoin, we don't even need new projects to take leaps forward. - Tl;dr I think your bitcoins are going to be about as valuable as your 20 hours of free internet CDs from AOL - In 2017 alone, Ethereum, Iota, Ripple, Vertcoin, Monero and Litecoin have all made big moves in terms of tech and adoption. What will 2018 bring? 2019? Will Bitcoin still lumber into 2020?

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REQ See: Request Finance

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I’m assuming you looked at CMC for its historical price action? For some reason it doesn’t show REQ hitting a dollar, but it’s two big previous runs were both up to like $1.15

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Daily Reminder: REQ is free money - hitting $1 at a minimum this cycle

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REQ sends its regards

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I REQ-uest my money back.

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Don’t sleep on REQ - still a great price to jump in at even with the recent price action. The only thing holding its price from what it should be is tokenomics - which is getting revamped in 2024. REQ already has already shown how useful it is via its growth and huge crypto companies using it - most other crypto are trying to convince people that it has a purpose, but REQ already has done that

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Ah yes, when I see NEO I also see REQ, VET, IOTA, XRP, ICX, XRB (former Nano) and all the 2017/18 classics.

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REQ is going up again no doubt

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Retired maxipad checking in. Since 2018: - The S&P index, a safe weighted index of stocks, has returned ~70% - BTC from its highs then, has returned ~90% - ETH has returned ~60% - Every other crypto in the top 25 from 6-years ago is down -60% to -98% with shitcoin investors losing most their money. After getting to a high marketcap, it's almost impossible for shitcoins to keep gaining value pulling in new investors. The notion that the market is red, now is the time to buy my shitcoin is a losing proposition. https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20180107/ The vast majority of crypto investors lose money because almost all of the crypto space is a money grab scam. These shitcoins have no fundamental value proposition and are entirely dependent on BTC price rising and bringing new dumb money to the market. Hold some BTC long term as a diversifier with traditional assets including stocks, bonds and real estate as your main holdings and for god sake avoid shitcoins (everything that is not BTC). Don't be like dumb crypto investors doing research trying to find the crypto with the best technology and innovation and comparing Bitcoin to AOL or Facebook saying BTC will soon be replaced by new shitcoins with superior technology. Post from ~7 years ago where people said *"Bitcoin will be to crypto what AOL is now to the internet"* -- most these dummies have lost most their money. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7kval4/in_20_years_bitcoin_will_be_to_crypto_what_aol_is/ - In 20 years Bitcoin will be to crypto what AOL is now to the internet. - Lol—try 3-5 years. - I think 20 months tops - 20 yrs? Think 2. - It' ll happen sooner. The world turns faster constantly. Bitcoin is like a fat, slow dinosaur - Agreed. Could be months. The space is wide open for competition. Could def see ETH and BCH taking the crown. - Someday people will think that it'd ridiculous to pay fees and wait time to transfer money and they will buy IOTA - Companies will not bet on a burning piece of garbage like Bitcoin, and whatever they pick will win. I guarantee it. See: Bosch/IOTA. - Hmm your comment has made me think of possibly splitting my portfolio four ways - ETH, IOTA, XRP, REQ. - The sad fact is there are coins from 4 years ago that are better than Bitcoin, we don't even need new projects to take leaps forward. - Tl;dr I think your bitcoins are going to be about as valuable as your 20 hours of free internet CDs from AOL - In 2017 alone, Ethereum, Iota, Ripple, Vertcoin, Monero and Litecoin have all made big moves in terms of tech and adoption. What will 2018 bring? 2019? Will Bitcoin still lumber into 2020? And don't be like dumb crypto investors who fall for crypto that have developed partnerships with governments/enterprises and have real world use cases. These dummies all got bamboozled and have lost most their money. > "major banks will use XRP as a liquidity tool in 2018" and "an order of magnitude dozens of banks" will be using XRP in 2019" Brad Scamminghouse in 2018 https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/05/cnbc-interview-with-brad-garlinghouse-ripple-ceo.html > IBM ipartnering with Stellar to build the World Wire on the Stellar Network for open source financial services network https://www.signifytechnology.com/blog/2018/07/ibm-to-use-str-coin-on-stellar-blockchain > Cardano is going to digitize identification in Africa and IOHK is helping trace Ethiopian coffee beans through the supply chain. https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2021/04/30/cardano-in-africa-inside-iohks-ethiopia-blockchain-deal/ > IOTA's partnership with Volkswagen, Jaguar, Bosch, tracking data and earning while you drive. https://www.jaguarlandrover.com/news/2019/04/money-earn-you-drive-jaguar-land-rover > Vechain partnered with countless companies including Walmart and BYD (largest EV manafacturer in China) with supply chain and carbon tracking memes. https://twitter.com/BYDCompany/status/1037605045309591552 > ICON had a partnership with Samsung and a ton of other companies. https://globalcoinreport.com/icon-icx-partners-up-with-samsung-thanks-to-chain-id/ > Constellation Network to Provide US Air Force With Blockchain Security https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/08/26/constellation-network-to-provide-us-air-force-with-blockchain-security-for-data-sharing/ > Factom partnership with the US Department of Homeland Security for immutable data ledger on multiple blockchains. https://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology/news/2018/06/15/news-release-dhs-awards-austin-based-factom-inc-192k > The South Australian Government conducting official election using a blockchain-based voting system (using Horizon State) https://micky.com.au/blockchain-technology-used-by-south-australian-government-to-conduct-election/ > Why I Went ALL-IN on Smartlands...The Real Estate market is the next holy grail of crypto and Smartlands are making it happen in the next few weeks. This is a multi-multi-trillion dollar market and there will be huge rewards for first movers and early adopters. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/mfpzmw/repost_from_rsmartlandsplatform_32_fundamental/

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Lol 2017's favorite coin? I forgot about REQ. 2017's favorite coin had to have been VeChain or IOTA or something, def not REQ.

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Being upfront, do you have a connection to REQ?

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REQ’t

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Lmao REQ those were the days

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I've been looking at pages 2-5 on CoinMarketCap and remembered all these coins from 2017 that everyone was talking about for a quiet some time. Stuff like REQ, ICX, DNT, SIA, LSK, NANO, ARK, OMG, WTC... I've once owned every single one of these. And then I asked myself, when is a coin truly dead? When no one uses it? When the development stops? When the value/volume drops significantly? Or when you accidentally find it again on pages 2-5 on CoinMarketCap and a long forgotten name hits you in the face followed by nostalgia and the question of what could have been?

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Oh god, I bought REQ back in the day. Thanks for reminding me of that...

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Well it might have been over hype previously. But I was still able to make maybe $500 worth to $10k today. Hold 10k req since 2017. Saw it plunge 90% from ATH then just basically played with it buy setting buy and sell orders until it magically turned from 10k to 100k req. The thing with REQ is it will stay flat for a while then a massive volume or spike in price. Before falling back again. I just sell during those spikes and buy again what I think is the stable price.

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Currently I’m buying heavy into: - NEO - REN - FLOKI On my watch list to see how the market moves / will be buying if drops further. - XVG - REQ - DGB Why? Because these coins have shown at least 2 cycles or more that they follow the parabolic moves of the market when btc and eth skyrocket. I’m not in it for the super long term. I don’t believe in buy and HODL forever. I start dcaing after I think we have reached the bottom or are near it and then plan my exit strategy for when I think the next parabolic run will end - in this case EOY 2024.

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Look - I’m in a privileged position so this definitely doesn’t work for everyone. I have a portfolio of ETF’s, both value and dividend stocks and bonds. I have a good pension (401k? For the Americans I think) My crypto portfolio is my riskiest portfolio. Therefore I’m not looking to “just” gain maybe 200,300% on this part of my portfolio. I’m looking for the coins that have the potential to go x10 or more. Bitcoin is not going to do that, not this bull run at least. If these alt coins would go completely bust I wouldn’t lose a night sleep over it. The reward/risk for me is worth it. I’ve done this before in the previous bull runs. A few examples of ICO’s or early alt coins I was in are: - NEO picked up at 7$ rode that to 120$. - XRP picked up at $0,007 but got out too early. - REQ picked up at ICO at $0,002, sold at €0,50. - LRC picked up at ICO at $ 0,005? Sold at €0,90. The list goes on for a little bit but the point I’m trying to make is - without trying to sound like I know fuck about anything - I’m generally okay at picked coins that have potential to yield high returns. Which is why - for me coins like BTC or ETH have too little reward at this point.

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25% BTC, 25% ETH, 25% REQ and 25% AMP. My personal opinion.

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There are projects that started at the end of the last bull or during this bear market that will do 100x. 2017 was my first bull, I bought all the "popular" alts like REQ and IOTA and got wrecked. I left the market instead of buying during the bear because I was a noob. In early 2021 I found a coin that did a 30x and and NFT that did 100x. Now in preparation for a future bull market I am trying to find coins that could do a 100x. So far I have only found 1 after months. My criteria are: #1 a project that does something new and isn't a trash meme coin. The project must actually have a real world use case and a solid road map on how to achieve their goals. #2 market cap and tokenomics. Small market caps are the most risky, but offer much better chances of a 100x. That is why it is most important to find a real project with a real team first. It takes a lot less to go from 5 million to 500 million market cap than it does to go from to 500 million to 5 billion. The token should have utility beyond being a means to raise money for the project just so they can dump on you later. #3 Don't listen to people on reddit. Do your own research. Yes, me included.

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on their subreddit it seems like it's due to various listings...I can't believe that a token from 2017 that was presumed dead could still do this...I'm amazed and happy at the same time because it means that other tokens/coins from 2017 too they might come back to life (yes I'm looking at you REQ and Vertcoin, lol)...

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Shorting crazy pumps is a lot of fun REQ up 50% in the last two days Shorted yesterday, and I'm up 71% this morning

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What's up with REQ? Mooning mofo

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Looking at coinmarket cap : STORJ is down at 11% but REQ is up 58%. Is that a pump and dump name?

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Fate of 99.9% of the projects people love and shill here. Remember Request Network (REQ) was the most shilled shitcoin here and people said it was the most important financial project in crypto. https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7q8ojg/heads_up_on_request_network_req/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7n4e07/request_network_gaining_impressive_partnerships/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7njeff/a_fundamental_quantitative_valuation_of_req/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/7qf24q/why_request_network_req_is_poised_for_strong/ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/8urnpl/request_network_erc20_cryptocurrency_payments_are/

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wait for the next bull run and watch the..bring some of these shit coins back...REQ I will hold you forever

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Oh wow, bye bye REQ. Along with Nano, it was once this sub's baby

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I bought a starting position and looking to add more in the coming months. Got KAS, HIFI Finance, COMP, INJ, SPACE ID, ONT, WAVES, REQ, HIGH and OCEAN.

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VET, SCRT, TRON, BAT, btm, Key, REQ, nav,…. The list can go on. I can’t even remember the smaller ones.

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Add IOTA to the 2017-2018 hype graveyard if it’s not there already. Say hi to VET, NANO, NEO, REQ, and ICX for me.

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Bought $100 of REQ once because one person gave an intriguing shill here. Few months later i woke up and it was $400. Hit sell immediately and felt pretty awesome about it.

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*Looks @ 2017 REQ & ZIL stack & cries* *Wipes tears with LRC & whispers to INJ stack that "this time is different"*

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I love how the shills have changed in this sub over time. I recall being here in 2017 and every comment was about REQ, VEN, XLM etc. Now everybody is a moonchild… I wonder what 2027/28 will bring us

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One day i woke up and saw that the $100 of REQ I'd bought due to a shill a few months prior had hit $400 overnight. Didn't think about it, sold. Only profits ive taken so far in 2 years.

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REQ in 2017

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Good old REQ. Pretty sure they have a burning mechanism in place but clearly isn’t working for them

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I like to look back on coins from 2018, y'all remember REQ?

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I were lucky enough to enter crypto right before the ICO-craze. I had bags of Link, REQ, Kyber and whatnot that blew up based on half-empty promises alone. Was good times. Then everything just went to shit.

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Who knows where moons will peak but it’s free money and to me, even .60 is crazy. I remember REQ was worth less than a penny and it peaked at $1 so I’m in it for the long term.

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I haven't sold much crypto, but i got lucky once when i woke up to see my $100 worth of REQ had turned into $400 overnight. Cashed out immediately and used it to take my partner out to the best restaurant in town for our anniversary.

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Nah, I was around when the mania was high and I remember thinking “this is just buzzwords”. I used to be a NEO, ARK, ICX, and REQ holder tho so I’m no stranger to getting rekt

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Great write up! Some suggestions for future posts: REQ, Navcoin, Waltonchain, POE coin.

Mentions:#REQ#POE
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Opening up Delta and seeing my ICX, SUB, TEL, REQ, etc HEAVY bags from 2017-2018, I'll never touch another altcoin. BTC/ETH only.

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People still talk about REQ? What is it 2017 again lol.

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For privacy I won't give the exact context, but yes I use ETH heavily and increasingly Polygon too. I used to use Bitcoin and Counterparty back in the day as well, but obviously not in recent times. I use REQ for some accounting- although the token isn't itself necessary, it's a great protocol. And on a basic transfer function (fast, high liquidity, low fees) I like XLM and Litecoin.

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Throwing money at /r/cryptocurrency beloved shitcoins after they tanked to kingdom come and people turned against it turned out great for those who invested in IOTA, REQ, ICON, Vechain, NANO, etc. > Picked up 26,000 NANO @ $5.5 ....Literally felt like I'm stealing from someone at these levels. https://np.reddit.com/r/nanocurrency/comments/8km1sl/picked_up_26000_nano_55/