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Golden Inu Token ICO / Presale | New ERC-20 Token | 29 Days Remain | 21% Of Supply Sold Out

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We need to talk about the $500 million scam

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Crypto Investment: Unlocking ROI Potential for Beginners with Expert Guidance!

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Fintoch recently exit scammed with 31.6 million USD , They had something in common with Bitconnect, both promised 1% daily interest.

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Token Presale: Golden Inu | New ERC20 Token | $Golden Inuverse P2E Crypto Game Project | New DEX

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I trust Pepe, and RenQ as much as I trust Safemoon to net me a return, and FTX to keep my crypto safe on a hot wallet.

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The best investment is yourself

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The best investment is yourself

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Bollocks to the King, I’m YOLOing for a cheeky £250k profit in a fortnight! 🚀

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Compare Crypto with Stocks by Market Cap

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Is mineing profitable

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A Deep Look Into The Polygon (MATIC) Chain

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How to uncover smart money using DexCheck?

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How to uncover smart money using DexCheck?

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The future role of Bitcoin - how many BTC to retire?

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Golden Inu ($GOLDEN) Expanding To Ethereum Blockchain | ICO PreSale Launched | Decentralized Crypto Exchange Coming | 1st Funding Round

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BINANCE gem FUNtoken is back give back good ROI

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Carbon Capture combined with Bitcoin Mining

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From an almost bankrupt country. Want to put my post grad funds in a stable currency. Need advice

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Reddit NFTs are marketed as "Stand out in the forums" but they really don't make you stand out much at all.

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I don't care about arbitrum, scalability solutions, new partnerships, or new tech. I only care about the money it makes me.

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If You Invested In Bitcoin When Warren Buffett Called It 'Rat Poison Squared,' Much You'd Have a ROI of 184%

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What's the $100-$200 Best investment for Beginner in 2023

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Easy rule-based market making strategy to increase crypto holdings

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Is the site Scam or Legit?

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Helium Network may have gotten its final nail in the coffin with the launch of Amazon Sidewalk network.

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The ReflectFi Narrative: A Crypto Revolution Led by FATCAT and Funicular Protocol

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Shifting point between Bitcoin Long Term holders and New Buyers

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Golden Inu Token [$GOLDEN] — +2X This Week? You Already Miss the +600% ROI From Last 3 weeks! 10k+ Horde Power

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The ReflectFi Narrative: A Crypto Revolution Led by FATCAT and Funicular Protocol

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A list of terms and ideas everyone should know in order to better understand crypt and this sub

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new upcoming AI platform "freedom"?

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Posting on the subreddit invites scammers, so beware when you start to get chat requests

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OmegaPro’s (2018 Ponzi scam company) Juan Carlos Reynoso arrested in Mexico

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FATCAT is a new kind of meme coin, ReflectFi= reflections +Defi

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The benefit blockchain brings to the healthcare sector

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Earn SOL While Discovering the Latest Web3 Games

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Does Dollar Cost Averaging (DCA) Work?

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The bullish case for Solana and why it will be a great ROI [SERIOUS]

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Froggies Token keeps going, nobody can stop the development of $FRGST

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The Breez Open-LSP Model: Scaling Lightning by Sharing ROI with 3rd-Party LSPs

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One of the oldest ETH wallets holds 250,000 ETH, untouched since ICO!

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550,000% ROI: How Alexis Ohanian Turned $15K into $82 Million With Ethereum

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Kaspa - Embracing and Improving the Nakamoto Consensus

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According to Conventional investment wisdom, the crypto market in its entirety is considered a good investment since it's all time high 5 years ago.

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Today is the day I reluctantly take some profit

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After all these years, HODLing is still one of the best strategies for regular investors/enthusiasts. Here’s why:

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Bunny AI - a powerful, DeFi based AI token with trading tools. The first utility releasing today with big marketing push! Don’t sleep on it while it’s undervalued!

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Bunny AI - a powerful, DeFi based AI token with trading tools. Chart is ready to send! The AI szn just started! Don’t fade this bunny!

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Kaspa - Embracing and Improving the Nakamoto Consensus

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Bunny AI | Powerful, Defi based Artificial Intelligence token | Launched a week ago | Huge Marketing Campaign on the way

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Kaspa - Embracing and Improving the Nakamoto Consensus

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Brazilian crypto broker Braiscompany steals $160M in customers' funds, blames Binance

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Am I crazy or have legitimate cause

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The difference between Bitcoin and a Ponzi.

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The difference between Bitcoin and a Ponzi.

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The difference between a Ponzi and Bitcoin.

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Not another Forecast !!

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Please help me understand this

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Mining profitability after halving

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Token Supply

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Trust me, You want to take advantage of this tool in the next bull market! Thank me later ;)

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PolkaDot's market cap is 7.5 times down from it's all time high, compared to Atom(2.8 times) and Matic (2.1 times). Does that automatically make it the best buy among them with biggest upside potenial?

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies ranked by ROI since initial coin offering

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Cryptocurrency 'influencers' are not interested in you, your financial circumstances or your investment success. They are interested in their own potential gains, and nothing more.

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Who are the most hated scammers ever in the cryptocurrency industry?

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Understanding what a ponzi is and what a ponzi isn't in crypto.

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What Altcoins will ride the wave with BTC as we continue to see signs of a Crypto Summer?

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Lego Dao -A way to invest in Lego bricks using the blockchain

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Let me know what you think about DexTROI - a model I created to find new promising tokens for the next cycle

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Let me know what you think about DexTROI - a model I created to find new promising tokens for the next cycle

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Is btc mining still profitable and worth while? And is it passive?

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Analysing the ROI from DeFi and CEFI together with NFT and GameFi

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BTC and ETH price vs BTC and ETH Balances

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Suggestions for Crypto mining platforms with Guaranteed ROI

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If you had 3 ETH and 0.2 BTC... DCA into which more?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hey, you can stake these utility coins and get 4% ROI. Just don't mind that these coins lose 90% of their valuation every year.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don’t you think they want an ROI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

All I see are the top 10 cryptos anyone can find on Coingecko's front page. With less than a year to the bitcoin halving, I would rather be positioned in undervalued projects to maximize ROI. The OCEAN, Singularity & Credit Protocol team are building amazing products and making significant progress. I have no doubt these will outperform.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I hold over 100 crypto's so I do the opposite of what you say although 70% of it is in BTC and ETH, 15% in top alts I believe in and a sprinkle of others. My thesis is this. I research a coin I like that has only just launched, has a seemingly good use case and good tokenomics. I put 20 - 100 bucks in it and will never follow it until the next bull starts. Why? These historically have the best ROI. Also I am not attached to it so I don't mind taking profits. I will highlight none of these are meme coins. If only 1 or 2 50X or more, it is worth it. If BTC doubles and it all fails. Ahh well. I break even but at least it was fun. Funny because the coin DMTR is on this subreddit's banner right now. I hold that.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I wouldnt live lavishly with $10MM. Invest most of it to try and get 5-15% annual ROI. Live off that interest. Pay off a house. Maybe fly business class on trips though and drink nicer wine. $10MM would still be withing the realm of no one needs to know. Now if it was $100MM, there would be signs.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Most of all billionaires wealth come from equity in their companies. I wouldn’t call maintaining their position “hoarding”. So essentially a wealth tax wants them to be forced to sell their shares to have enough cash to pay the wealth taxes until their wealth drops below the “billionaire” threshold. It’s expensive to make valuations of all of their properties prior to collecting a tax every year. Not a sound ROI from the IRS’s perspective.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you look at ROI percentage and not amount earned, it's really not that impressive 3% in crypto isn't even worth mentioning

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Idk. Bought Btc, Eth & Ltc around same time this cycle. ROI is about equal to Eth & just under Btc. So far at least.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sure, because a pile of rocks has such a high ROI.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Same, I've never had a better ROI.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

GG, what's your average ROI on this one?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Well it's maybe higher than some. But if you trade a lot, this fee is decreasing. If you don't trade a lot 0.08% difference won't change anything on your overall ROI

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

To expand further - if companies can enable lightning/bitcoin payment rails on their owned properties it will be much easier for Google to provide attribution/ROI reads associated with marketing spends. Google would be able to see which campaigns drove users to an experience and how much they spent which is very important data for driving decision making. All this would be auditable/verifiable and public on the Bitcoin network.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

But it's not denominated in BTC instead of USD. I am looking at it and what I see is every time the market spikes, BCH spikes more than most other coins. Buying now and selling at a spike should give a very healthy ROI. I didn't realize everyone would be so oblivious to noticing the very apparent pattern I see in the lifetime chart of this coin, or even LTC as well. Again, this isn't a long term HODL investment. It's a buy now and sell at the next market spike.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Try copy trading or try investing in a platform where your ROI is guaranteed

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Try copy trading or try investing in a platform where your ROI is guaranteed

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Decent ROI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Keep in mind BTC halvings reduce the reward by 50% each about 4 years. You'll have to try to account for this if say you're 2 years from ROI right now and the next halving is 1 year away. Expect your ASICs to become obsolete after 2-4 years.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>It still only cost about 20k or so for them to mine one, netting 6-8k profit current per BTC This is hardly measurable, but for sake of argument. https://en.macromicro.me/charts/29435/bitcoin-production-total-cost https://www.blockchain.com/explorer/charts/hash-rate The average miner's cost to mine 1 BTC is typically ~100% the price of 1 BTC. It's how the incentives in POW work. If you can mine BTC for 50% less than everyone you're incentivized to scale up to the point the increased mining difficulty means scaling is no longer profitable, to achieve a larger ROI. *Everyone* is incentivized to spend up to 1 BTC to mint each 1 BTC. There's no cartel to prevent new participants from trying, so every miner tries all at once until it's no longer profitable - at the exact point their mining costs surpass the market value of BTC. When miners start to operate at a loss they shut off their rigs and cease mining. This is the state of mining today, with the hashrate so high and the price relatively low your average Tom and Dick are sitting on the sidelines waiting for their opportunity when BTC's price surpasses their costs. There's no reason to think mining BTC *isn't* extremely competetive, especially as halvings fuel it.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not really. In a bear market like now.. yes. In a bull or just before a bull, better ROI is on altcoins and then selling then at highs and reinvesting into BTC and ETH. Before 2018 ETH was never a safe coin remember as well.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

BTC = 73% ROI in one year = [https://www.barchart.com/crypto/quotes/%5EBTCUSD/overview](https://www.barchart.com/crypto/quotes/%5EBTCUSD/overview)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

that's because you get them for free, so the ROI is crazy 🙃

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Someone I follow on twitter has opened a short on Pepe about 3-4 weeks ago and from there has nearly 900% ROI lol.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Spoken like a true btc maxi. Have you ever checked the ETH/BTC chart? ETH has been gaining on BTC for years now. If at any point in the past 6 years you invested in ETH instead of BTC you would have had a better ROI.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It already has. ETH is still up something like 10x from when I bought it in 2020, bitcoin is up only 3x. Will it surpass bitcoin in market cap? Probably not, but there's a good chance it'll give you a better ROI in the short term.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You need a job. What you are asking for is a 100X return on your investment in a week, which is well beyond any guaranteed strategy. If anyone could guarantee those kinds of returns they would be keeping it to themselves. If anyone is telling you they can guarantee those kinds of returns then they are just scamming you out of your money. To put this into perspective, if you could produce a 100x ROI every week you would have 1 Billion euros by the end of the month. You're asking for a lottery ticket.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In crypto I don't see rising prices coming, with my energy I was more lucky. The war in Ukraine (sadly) increased my ROI. Otherwise I wasn't on a break-even for some time. I've invested €2500 on materials and time in april '21. I did the installation myself, saving roughly 50% compared to the quotes I've received from specialist companies. So I've installed 13x360wp panels in april '21. East-West orientated with a theoretical yield of 4.7KW The energy prices during this period were: €0.22/kw in apr '21 (when I placed the panels) €0.35/kw in okt '22 €0.67/kw in jan '23 €0.40/kw in apr '23 €0.33/kw from jul '23 My total yield to date is 9.19MW If the prices stayed low (€0.22) the ROI would have been negative (9190 x 0.22) - 2500 = €-478.20 At peak this would be (9190 x 0.67) - 2500 = €3657,30 Completely off-topic, but this is my best investment ever.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

sorry to burst your bubble but it won't work Pedalling a bike generates 100watts an hour (a full hour of riding). A low end btc miner uses 1 kwh and is an estimated 1.1c per hour worth of BTC so the ROI would be huge you'd need 10 bikes going at the same time for a whole hour to power an ASIC for 1c profit You'd be better off having the bikes feed into a battery that you can use to power the gym.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I checked consumer hardware and there is currently a 1000 days ROI period on Nvidia cards.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

that seems like another huge layer of complexity then, unless it's easy to set up You're probably better off building a solar installation though to power your miners. Does add another huge cost to ROI though- it would be a long term \[expensive\] spec unless you also have the option of selling that power back to the grid.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The people of yesterday turned their PC on and it started printing free coins. They took no risk? They had no costs.. There was no $100 to invest, it was free if you had a computer - Satoshi mined over 1M BTC using a retail CPU. Yes they were 'fucking worthless' on inception which is the entire point of why an exponential distribution is STUPID! It's like a pre-mine, or when Ethereum had its ICO at 30 cents. It's either intentionally disingenuous and greedy, or shortsighted and lame. The initial distributions should equal the the same as today's... Even if it was on a *reverse exponential curve* would be better - imagine if mining became *more accessible* over time instead of less, brilliant. The first miners would mine for 0.000X and we'd mine for 6.25 and next halving you know it'll be 12.5 so you and everyone else would be investing in mining equipment today. You aren't supposed to *buy BTC* the entire point of it is you create your own, without permission, oh how quickly that died. People *today* are taking massive risks purchasing $12,000 ASICs that will be worthless in 1-2 years. People tomorrow, in 20 years, will have even greater risks when there's practically no reward for mining - any chance of ROI will be uncertain for them unlike it is us today or to the people any halving prior. >You can say they got lucky in hindsight, just like in 10 years you'll be broke saying I got lucky You are saying they got lucky. I'm saying the game was rigged from genesis. Satoshi wasn't an idiot, he knew BTC would grow into *something*, so why is it he made it so he's able to mine more coins than anyone else - by mistake? I won't be saying you got lucky either. I know the game is rigged, obviously it's working, and obviously it won't persist. You're betting on supply side speculation instead of demand side, not realizing demand is the only thing that can maintain a secure network. There will be no demand once fees need to pay for security, because no one even pays fees *today* when they're being subsidied by inflation. Imagine the hashrate with as much volitility as the price, sure looks like a good HODL. I'm not opposed to BTC or its success. I'm only opposed to its halving mechanism. *You can't* tell me what its purpose is for, without describing a ponzi scheme..

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nope. Anyone can spread their funds in the same manner as ‘someone playing both sides’ and get a similar ROI. But hey, just saying ‘that’s for the rich only’ is a lot easier!!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

"HEX is the first cryptocurrency with a chart of its future locked supply. You can see when big miners are committed to stop mining and plan around them to mint your rewards when others are less likely to be minting theirs." "Miners earn rewards daily. They can mint them all at once at the end of their commitment. This multiplies their ROI when HEX’s price appreciates against USD. Active Miners get to mint extra rewards for themselves when other miners mint their rewards earlier or later than they committed to. HEX rewards longer and larger mining as well." The reward for staking is more HEX. It's re*arded but unlike UST it's literally just a token Richard Heart made and it's paying out in more of that token, there's nothing backing up its asset value or similar.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Absolutely! I'm just suggestion options with lower caps that have high ROI potentials. The possibilities are endless!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Of course DYOR. This might not be the investment for you. I get it, you don’t know me, I dont know you, there’s tons of scams in crypto. But I invested in this project like I have his last ones. I trust his projects and want them to grow, so I’m just doing my part to try and promote it. Y’all listen and get scammed by paid influencers that you don’t know, but if someone posts who is genuinely trying to promote a good project, y’all come out of the woodwork and yell scam. Makes no sense. DYOR and then make a judgement call. And no I’m not getting paid. Sure my token value will go up if you buy, but so will yours if you and others buy. Then we will have a big community around an important type of crypto project with an active owner. Isn’t that the whole point, invest in a good project that brings value to crypto, build a community and get in early enough to make a great ROI?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Bitcoin always eventually goes up, until it doesn’t. I’m a Bitcoin bull don’t get me wrong. But of everyone has this perception of a guaranteed bullrun every year. A guaranteed ROI it just is less likely to happen unfortunately. Sad truth

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Enormous ROI is the biggest red flag, for example, daily %1

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Better ROI then Shit coins

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That’s because 90% of people won’t make it with a 11% ROI per year and they know it. They aim for that 300% ROI and are willing to live and die with it.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Simply put, Proof of Stake is energy efficient, the ROI beats the pants off most average offerings from banks and credit unions, and is absolutely life changing in many third world countries. Back cover: Venezuela...

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Daily ROI does not need to be a scam, I get paid daily 😄 however my effective daily ROI is 0.0004%… which is still a good ROI in my opinion factoring it’s daily. I’m happy enough with it antuwah

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>I hate ads, so that alone is invaluable to me anyway. If you're on mobile there are a lot of different apps that interact with Reddit's API. "Reddit is Fun" and most others are ad-free. RIF has that old.reddit look which is a lot cleaner, only I can't see anyone's Moon's. >So either way, a raise or a no raise we crash? The debt ceiling is a (self imposed) budget for debt repayment. The budget deliberations are when *which debts* to take on are considered. The same people who made and signed off on the budget years ago, are the same people who sign off on the debt ceiling increase. The same people acting surprised the US is at the debt ceiling.. It is like if you and your spouse agreed to spend $1000 building a new fence in the yard, on credit. You spend the money and build the fence. A year and change later your spouse acts surprised the fence cost more than $250 and starts demanding things in return - nothing good will come from that. Then they agree they will pay up to $300 and you two will have that talk again later. If Congress were actually against this much spending they would not have signed this budget in, which by law the President has to spend. They would've known the approximate date their own 'repayment budget' would've been hit. Congress raised the ceiling several times during the Trump era without demanding any cuts or preconditions. This is all a big game to them - their intent is not good. Raising the limit would be a good signal in the market. It would be your spouse (*the US government*) agreeing to pay the full $1000 they already agreed to *and spent*. Their creditworthiness is on the line, and the last time they didn't pay on time the [US lost their AAA rating](https://tradingeconomics.com/country-list/rating). MSM is riling people up as if the debt ceiling equals future government spending, and not existing government debt repayments. That is what the rich want us to believe, likely to manufacture a crash and/or division (to buy with literal blood in the streets). >The Fed pivots because they've gone too far, and business as usual... how will this not just continue to make it worse, and to what end can they sustain this magic trick until the real economy collapses? I believed 100% the real economy would collapse post-2008. Instead they tweaked the rules so the money printer's could run in the background (asset inflation) with ~0% interest rates (which should be used in case of emergency only, ie not to pump the stock market). You tell young people to look at profits vs earnings in a company, their dividends, this is what value is. Then you look at the stock market in 2018 and every company was 20-50x overvalued, most with no dividends or one's that ROI after 70-140 years due to their valuation. At its best, it was a sham economy. 5 tech stocks represent more than 25% of all the SP500's growth. But if you'd invested from 2008-2018 you'd have made a killing on tech *speculation* anyway. Markets can stay irrational longer than you would believe... Even with poor credit, if not the US as a global market maker then *who* exactly? No one else is doing any better right now. Business as usual is the best we've got. There's a lot of talk about whether an arbirary 2% inflation rate is sustainable. Maybe the central bank will settle with a 2.5 or 3% target if it means fewer crashes on paper.. We are trending on track to *deflation* if they don't evoke something soon, and with inflation all fresh in our minds any action can very quickly send us over 2% again. Changing the target to 3%+ would enable them to pivot back to low/no interest 'early' before destroying the economy (good or bad), by spending future money today. This would help the US government and banks with their debt and interest payments too. People's biggest hurdle is to not get complacent to <2% inflation which I'd say is already starting to happen (eg, greedflation with no reduction in demand). >Are you implying that with FedCoin there will be no need for banks anymore, everyone will just use some app on their phone to manage their money? Not at first. Banks will use it to communicate with other banks IIRC. It's meant to offer full interoperability across all financial networks, and near instant settlement - more than crypto offers, cheaper. I mean big money will move around this FedCoin network. That means less money in your bank, and your small bank will become less competetive/useful in the financial market. I'm more worried when entities like VISA say they're building on Ethereum because it saves their business money. The stuff they're building is very very cool. If say Reddit post-IPO has the option to use an insured, cheaper, and legal network to build their NFT Marketplace on instead of a 'decentralized ledger' that may be the direction these markets head in. Amazon's NFTs will only exist on Amazon for example, and the public may not care. Up to now crypto has had no direct competition as a composable financial network.. If major banks are allowed access to this network, and 'risky banks' that are involved in crypto are not, it will add that much more friction to on and off boarding. Most exchanges in the US already are not banked and can not offer withdraws after the SVB failure. If all banks undergo an upgrade except for crypto's one or two, then it will take 5 business days to onboard vs 5 seconds to pay for the same thing using FedCoin. This is just another attack vector for them to use ala Chokepoint 2.0. There is a lot of bank outrage over CBDCs. The restrictions placed on any CBDC are to support the banking business, but if it's that easy to automate a bank by removing restrictions then it's a matter of time. The FedCoin is 'not a CBDC' but it is the network for one. Banks (or States) will likely come out with their own CBDCs in due time, but again this is arbirary and pointless just to keep some people working for a bit longer - eventually we probably will just have an app connected to the Fed. >This all makes sense to a point, but even the super rich have to realize that if they keep doing what they are doing, all that money they have will eventually be worthless correct? I mean how could it not be? Well the average age in congress is 58 so.. is it *their* problem that money will be worthless in 25-50 years? Look at what Putin just did to his economy *for ego*. I don't think you can achieve *super rich* without some form of mental illness. By the time you have enough money for 100 lifetimes, what pushes a person to pursue even more wealth *and hoard* it all? It's like the prisoners dillema. If everyone was not greedy fiat would function a lot better, but if even one person is greedy it will not function. So then everyone acts inhumanely greedy under the justification everyone else is. Then we throw 4 year election cycles in there, populous leaders that get voted in for lowering taxes, and nothing ever gets changed. Aside from that the super rich will always be super rich. If money is worthless they still own all the gold, all the factories, all the land, all the bombs, all our social apps, our most private data, etc. They are untouchable. If the US fails they will move their assets to China to be super rich there. If China fails they will manufacture enough division in any other nation to create their own State, rinse and repeat, like they always have. If you simply project the US's 10% growth ahead by 100 years something will break before then, exponential growth is not possible and that is all the US capatalist system is designed for. Taking this into consideration US leaders should be talking about a pivot away from growth and into sustainability *today*, but no one will ever vote for a leader or CEO who promises *slower* growth - sounds too much like socialism. Today no one will admit there's a problem with the road getting shorter and shorter - but there's always another road for them to use, or sea, or air, or spaceship - it's a problem poor voters and the plebs reliant on US fiat will have to deal with. >Oh wow, you are predicting this all to go down as early as this summer? Also, how would doing this not just increase inflation through the roof? The next 30-60 days will be turbulent. If this goes especially bad the Fed will have no choice but to pivot earlier than they wanted to. Inflation comes second to a failing jobs market or systematic bank failures. They're raising rates to reduce our demand in line with supply. A sudden decrease in supply can suddenly increase demand - people FOMO on toilet paper then buy 13 years worth.. so maintaining supply is just as important as reducing demand to keep inflation in check. It's an impossible balancing act considering, and they basically just slammed their fist into the interest-rate-knob before seeing what happens, no one knows if they went too far or what will happen incl the Fed. If inflation increases again I won't be surprised if they change their inflation target from 2%, there's not really anything else they can do at that point because the economy won't be able to take another hit. Like 2008, it's deciding if a sham economy is better or worse than feeling the pain of a real economic washout? - no matter that's the sustainable long term path to take. People are deluded and also get to vote on these things, so sham it is *and sham it always will be*. Nothing inherently wrong with it when you realize all other markets operate in the same way (there is no such thing as a free market today).. >So calls on Bitcoin and Ethereum then? Hell yeah. Been going long for over 7 years. Excited about the next 7. Satoshi wrote the NYT headline in the first BTC block referencing the 08-09 bank failures and bailouts, Bitcoin more or less being invented because of that crash. Who knows what kind of other inventions and novel systems will emerge if times get hard. And when the times are easy again, well we saw what happened to BTC!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ROI becomes Return of Indigestion when daily is 1% because it will for sure end up in draining the investment.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1% daily ROI 😂😂😂😂😂 Do people not understand the compounding interest math of that in a month and not get a ponzi red flag?!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1% daily ROI sounds like an obvious scam to me, like all these bitcoin mining sites in 2016/2017

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

When it is "daily %1", ROI means Return of Idiots, not Investment.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think "daily ROI", no matter the %, should be a dead giveaway that it was a scam.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Do you still feel bad for people scammed in this manner? 1% daily ROI is just never sustainable https://twitter.com/zachxbt/status/1661129110062788608?t=YZ9HBy9CkWAidOowb0Y7tw&s=19

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Absolutely. Staring at the charts every time when you are not a trader is the best way to mess with one's mental health. I always try to diversify my investment in order to maximize ROI & minimize losses.

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My approach to DeFi farming is simple, and I diversified my strategy to maximize the ROI. \-I pooled stablecoins on Pancakeswap to earn CAKE rewards. \- Supplied ETH-GRAIL liquidity on Camelot DEX, earning GRAIL. \-Locked OCEAN for veOCEAN & allocate liquidity to data assets to earn OCEAN. I compound these rewards sometimes to even more yields, and I might just sell for stables.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hating it or not, i got my ROI on this game and I am walking pretty frequently, so why not getting a few bucks doing it?

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

These are high caps already. The most ROI is from the undervalued low-capped cryptos. I might have some exposure to VET from the list, but I believe CTSI & FET would outperform them in the next bull.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> I'm surprised there aren't more funding for BTC development. That's what can happen when you don't have a central entity profiting in the middle. It's hard to calculate and then justify any ROI, when you are only benefiting from a small slice of the pie.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If it was Saylors idea to incentivize sat earning in exchange for our data, that’s genius marketing. Excellent ROI for end users and cost next to nothing for current businesses.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The game need to be fun first, and easy to access, and importantly free to play since if anyone who put a large chunk of money just for playing, they will look to ROI. ROI seeking is really stressful and doesn’t help to the successful of web3 game. Currently I have seen some game that could potentially fun as well as free to play, such as Crypto royale, Boomland, Zeeverse,… I hope we will have more choices in the future.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Unfortunately, these NFT-games are all but hype. They all have earning potential, but always make sure that you're the first in line. And by the time new people stop entering, the hype goes down and the people came in last are the one that get burned not getting their ROI

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

1. Mega companies/firms have basically ran the world since the industrial revolution. 2. There are still over 180 currencies used around the world. More currencies isn't necessarily a good thing. Having many currencies leads to inefficiencies as it becomes harder to correctly price items when trading globally. 3. Gold is the perfect comparison as Bitcoin and Gold share many of the same 'properties'. If BTC ever becomes adopted world wide then it likely wouldn't appreciate faster than economic growth and therefore wouldn't incentivize just hodling. Sure right now BTC is averaging larger returns but thats because of massive adoption. This is already playing out as each cycle we see less and less ROI. Eventually it could be the case where BTC appreciates less than the major indices (like gold has been doing). 4. Who cares about unemployment? There have been many times in history where unemployment has sky rocketed due to many different reasons. You're assuming just because a BTC standard happens more people will be unemployed but the fact is you dont know and we will likely never know. A BTC standard would look alot like a Gold standard but with ease of moving funds and transparency.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>is definitely higher than I expected. No way, it's about par for the course. Just check the ROI% since the end-2017 peak during the last cycle.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm the opposite, I joined Stepn when it was almost at the bottom, and bought a handful of shoes @ $15 each and managed to flip a few, and upgrade the ones I had when the price went up and got a good ROI. Currently the cheapest one is around $30-$35 I guess I got lucky with the timing.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

One thing I forgot - the reason you might want to see a futures long rather than taking up a short future on the buying side, is that the person who issues the future can charge a form of premium. There's strategies that involve being "delta neutral", or in otherwords having both sides of the transaction (you own the underlying asset and are shorting via a futures issuance) but you are getting that premium that essentially returns you a guaranteed ROI as long as the price remains within a bracket. But yes. Unless you very specifically know what you are doing, futures are not for unsophisticated investors. I don't say that as an insult, I don't use them myself.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just don't invest in them at all. Stick to BTC or ETH to be safe. Diversify in the top 100-200 coins (LINK, CTSI, INJ, etc) for higher ROI.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’ve been mining for over 2 years, got my ROI back in less than 2 months, decided to improve and bought new antennas plus quality cable. Got that ROI back in less than 2 months (lower outlay obviously). I voted against Solana in the HIP, mostly due to FUD I’d heard, once it passed I started doing more in depth analysis, including it’s stopping and effecting Helium. Turned out it was much of an issue at all and the migration went relatively smoothly, certainly better than I expected! Still issues of course with Helium that can be improved, however it’s a really good business case and ahead of it’s time. I work on the fringes of the IOT business globally and Helium is well placed as the IOT market increases, which it most definitely will. Transaction I’ve used now on Sol are fast and cheaper than when HNT was on its own chain. As per OP, people are building and moving to SOLANA, it’s going to be around a long time I think and weathered FTX! This is not FOMO, I have very little SOL, and it’s in my Helium wallet to pay for transactions, I like Helium for the future though. Just my personal opinion but who knows what’s going to happen 🙄🤷‍♀️

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nobody pays with crypto in the US. I live in NYC, I have never seen any normal merchant displaying anything about accepting crypto explicitly as accepting crypto aside from one weird restaurant in SoHo with a shit ton of dead coin logos on their entryway. Now, do people take methods of payment that on your end might register crypto as a funding method with an abstraction in the way in the form of a payment processor that's accepted? Yeah totally. But that's not much different from having a coinbase visa card is it? Crypto is still a "throw your money in the black hole, hope it spits out more than you threw in" vehicle for the overwhelming majority of people. You'd sure hate to spend $4 on bitcoin for coffee right now, have it shoot up 100% in a month and have spent basically $8 on a cup of starbucks every day for a month wouldn't you? At least if you do it with a normal card you're not going to see a giant swing in the price you paid for something just for the giggles of being able to say you paid in crypto for something. Maybe in a decade once all the investment and speculation has burned off and wrecked people out of that aspect of it, crypto will actually turn into a currency. Maybe it'll even be bitcoin (seems likely) but it sure won't be ShitCoin#33745 which is where people are still putting their money even today, knowing that the coin is going to be worthless as all they're hoping is that it gives them a ROI not that they can ever use it to pay for anything at all in their lives.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Out of all the different chains I've done things on, Solana is still the quickest and smoothest. They have been working on the network issues and have had various rollouts to address them. TVL on chain still low after FTX death. But most on chain stats have been slowly increasing for the positive since then. I've considered things like HiveMapper, but honestly the ROI on a $600 dashcam just didn't seem worth it. I run the side hustles to fuel my investment addictions so drive alot. But (shrug). Stepn also had its big run, and is probably a more realistic return now but haven't looked at it recently. People get hung up on early apportion and huge returns, then the dump and it eventually balance out at more realistic and reasonable returns. Are shoes in the $1-5 range yet? That's what I was waiting for. Course you had people dropping thousands on them early on.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Does anyone know of a BTC ROI from previous bull ATH graph that is available online?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think you misunderstand the situation. You are thinking the dev are forcing this micro transaction ecosystem onto the consumer base. You are dead wrong! It is the opposite. Crypto games are made for “crypto bros”. “Crypto bros” are interested in financial ROI more than gameplay. They want devs to make NFTs so they do this “earn to play” gimmick. How? Be early and get all the “Genesis” version of NFTs. Then they hope to sell them back to “normies” at inflated prices into the future, in the hypothetical future of “Web3” becoming the “norm”. Bottom line, the speculative assets are a feature, not a bug, for the consumer base. The “crypto” games that has most recognition and support aren’t the most fun, but the ones with the highest market price for their NFTs.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I invest whatever I can afford to lose because crypto is very volatile. It's a function of my risk tolerance. Diversification is a strategy I adopt to maximize ROI, maintaining exposure to ETH, VRA, METIS, etc. I'm also considering minting Common Wealth Genesis NFTs next Monday, to claim WLTH tokens on TGE, among other benefits.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Check out Defi Kingdoms! Have been constantly building all bear and have revamped their tokenomics to make JEWEL deflationary! The hero NFTs are super cheap, like 3$, with insane ROI. True leaders in the blockchain gaming space, the DFK chain subnet on Avalanche has over a million transactions a day!

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BTC is a safe bet, but there's a high ROI in altcoins, which comes with a bigger risk. I'm buying ATOM, CTSI & ETH for the next bull run.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Dont forget about the cost of the small pow for every block making this attack more expensive than anticipated. Additionaly you would only be able to target the smallest of buckets as attacking highe xx kllr buckets requires more investment in the network. Personally I think ROI isnt there, storage is cheap and there are wallets that can ignore txs under a certain amount.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Feel like I did complete opposite of most. Started w/ strictly BTC & ETH. Last cycle I flipped a little Doge quick. This cycle I diversified but bought everything around Xmas/New Years at pretty much bottom. The potential ROI on some of the 'others' is just too great to ignore. However, should those all go to zero I will be fine & my profits from blue chips should be more than enough to cover any losses on the 'others'. My risk tolerance has gone up instead of down. 😂 But I do try to balance it out.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Kind of did the same this cycle. Which seems to be the opposite of what everyone says. Started w/ just BTC & Eth. Last cycle I flipped a little Ltc & Doge. This go around I diversified. The potential ROI on some of the "others" is just too tempting to ignore.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

>home equity is one of the worst paying returns you can make. If I were to rent the house I live in, I'd easily be paying $2500 a month, or $30k per year. As is, I "own" my house outright (read: I'm renting it from The State instead) and pay "only" about $6k per year in extortion by the city. So I'm netting about $24k returns every year on an investment of $330k. That's an ROI rate of 7.3% annually. There are plenty of other investments I could have made that would return far worse.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They're the safest, yeah. But when it comes to maximizing ROI, one needs to take bigger risks, and don't forget to always take profits. I have ETH as a solid base for my portfolio, MATIC, ATOM, WLTH (on watchlist) & few other small caps. At the end of the day, it's a PVP market and I invest what I'm comfortable to lose.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

For drivers I think COIN is a great app. If you drive quite a bit there is ROI in the upgrades.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

where are you guys using reddit more often? mobile or laptop? I am curious to know because I think that in the mobile app (at least the official one) the sub banner is not that visible and you cannot even click on it to land in the advertised service website. Maybe if the overall reddit usage comes from mobile, it could make sense to improve its banner user experience so that more companies are willing to rent it. I mean, if companies are able to track people interest (how many click they collect and how many people land on their website thanks to the banner they have), they are probably going to find out the banner is a huge opportunity for them they should be able to define the ROI of their banner rent, I guess. am I right?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's a lot of ROI with just 2% reserves if you ask me!

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If I hodl’d it I might have got that ROI Bought and sold many times since then, made many poor financial decisions! But I made some memories I guess Also, mt gox happened If only we had a crystal ball

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I couldn’t help but noticed you mentioned you don’t DCA, I wondering what your plan was do you try to time the market or do you just buy as you feel like? I was also curious what kind of results you’ve seen from not using the dollar cost average; such as what your cost basis is for your top held assets and what your portfolio currently sits at ROI wise?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Then the main question becomes, when to do that lump sum investment to receive higher ROI in the long run

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

You can buy ETH/BTC they're the safest picks. There's a higher risk, but more ROI potential in L2s like METIS & CTSI. In fact, I staked my CTSI for passive income, at a 20% APR.

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

That's true, lol. Even though the ROI on memecoins and shitcoins is higher than that of legit coins, I only invest for short-term gain. The wait is worthwhile for real coins like MNI, HBAR, ZIL, and KAVA. Various projects, but with a better future.