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#Cardano Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by TNGSystems which won 2nd place in the Cardano Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > I'll preface this by stating I'm no expert on Cardano, but I understand what I consider its core concepts are and how this differs from other Cryptocurrencies. > > #1. Tenets of Cryptocurrency > > I think Cardano is one of the only top 20 Cryptocurrencies besides Ethereum and Bitcoin that adhere to the original vision of Cryptocurrency. Whilst technologies are expected to change over time, something that should remain steadfast are the tenets of Cryptocurrency; > > * Decentralisation > * Security > * User-controlled > * Beneficial > > Cardano ticks these boxes with aplomb. There are currently over 3,100 independent worldwide staking pools at time of writing, these pools are now producing 100% of the blocks and have no official affiliation with IOHK. With these pools, 998,000 delegators are staking their ADA to secure the network, across the globe. These delegators enjoy a 4-7% ROI. > > Cardano remains the only major platform Cryptocurrency to not fall victim to an attack or breach. Ethereum has suffered a roll-back (Creating Ethereum Classic), Solana has had several faults that resulted in network outages. Avalanche has also been stopped. Algorand's Dex has been breached and several million dollars have been stolen. > > Once the Voltaire phase is completed, all IOHK fully steps back and gives the whole Cardano platform to the delegators and stake pool operators. Decisions and future development are voted on in a fully decentralised manner. > > Finally, Cardano is actually beneficial. It has a goal and a usable roadmap. It doesn't jump on the latest trend to capitalise and draw in new investors. It knows what it wants to do - create the best 3rd generation Cryptocurrency platform and start off with African adoption. > > #2. Methodology > > One of the biggest detracting statements to Cardano is that it refuses to "Move fast and break things" by that, it means that other Cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum prefer to build fast and fix problems along the way. Now that is fine for certain applications, but in the world of financial security it's not an ideal trait. "We will fix it when it goes wrong" isn't acceptable when there's literally Billions of dollars on the line. It's fine when you have a large spread of users plopping $20 to use a bit of DeFi, but companies will be rightfully skeptical of adopting these systems that have such large potentials for failure. > > This is where one of Cardano's chief strengths lie - Its is built using a formal verification. Many think this is just a bunch of boffins passing code around and going "Yep, it looks good to me!", but in reality, Cardano's is mathematically proven to do what it says it does. When the code is formally verified and peer reviewed it is then deployed in rigorous testnets before final deployment. So while other projects move fast and break things, Cardano does what it says and as a result I believe it to be more attractive to the institutions it should be used for. > > #3. Alternative Technology > > The sum of the argument here is that Cardano uses the Extended Unspent Transaction Output model whereas Ethereum and many other Cryptos use the Accounts-based model. Cardano's model is extended, as it combines Bitcoin's UTXO model with some of the capabilities Ethereum pioneered. The fundamental difference is that with eUTXO, the user experience is significantly better. Cardano can tell when a users balance is sufficient to cover the transaction + fee, and reject transactions that do not have sufficient funds. While this doesn't seem significant, remember that on Ethereum's Accounts based model, **plus** the large fees, users can be unexpected hit with significant fees and have their funds locked due to insufficient gas, with failed transactions costing these users money. > > Another huge advantage is that the eUTXO model allows L2 solutions to interface with the blockchain better. While L2's for Ethereum are fast and cheap to use, they don't interface well with the blockchain and users are required to spend resources and time to move their Crypto from L1 to L2, and then back again. This is a complication of the Accounts-based model where there can only be one ledger per layer, and Smart Contracts can only run on one ledger or the other. With the eUTXO model, a smart contract can run on both and this will offer significant advantages when Hydra is launched. > > --- > > The TL;DR here is that the things Cardano fans have been shouting about since the start *are a big deal*. We have a dedication to uphold the tenets of Cryptocurrency, when big players like Solana and Avalanche seem to consider it secondary. The methodology produces immutable and secure results, which is attractive to businesses, institutions and government bodies. And the technology behind it is built taking the best components of Bitcoin and Ethereum. **Thanks for reading!** ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/ru2mfx/top_10_cardano_proarguments_january_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Cardano_(blockchain_platform\)) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#ADA#ROI

It does have a little higher ROI than BTC so you are prolly right

Mentions:#ROI#BTC

Good times are drawing closer, with the massive attention the fan base tokens is garnering and performing well, even with the bear market. No doubt there's going to be a bumper harvest of ROI, most especially with the POR fan base token surging. I will most likely trade the token on MEXC with it Zero Maker Fees for trading spot.

Mentions:#ROI#POR

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Even Solana isn't secretive about their project being in beta because the approach they're pursuing has massive flaws in it currently. The reason people invested is because if they can work out those flaws and actually get this working then the ROI will be huge.

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Took me 3.5 months in total. The data was full of anomalies and difficult to clean. Obviously the front-end also took some time :/ I started with a different approach that you see currently - to calculate the whole portfolio balance changes and looking at the wallet monthly ROI. I'm a long term investor myself, and wanted to see how long term holders accumulate, how the sell, and most importantly an easy way of identifying them. Then it turned out to be a rabbit hole with token transfers event and non stardard ERC20 tokens, so I gave up on that ship and switched to looking at traders specifically.

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Yeah I watched that one when it came out as well, and I fully agree with you. I was a somewhat early adopter when I started mining back in Aug 2020 and the project had a very different feel. Money came in fast for the devs and somewhere along the way the vision seemed to get muddled imo. I’ve gotten ROI on my miners awhile ago and I’ll keep mining since they are paid for but come next bullrun I’ll be dropping much of my bags.

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BTC is less risky than ETH. So BTC is safer but ETH could give higher ROI. So splitting your dca into these two is a great strategy.

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#ROI

Agreed the banking industry is dirty energy, but I’d be curious to see the ratio of energy use to transaction volume. I’ve searched but keep coming up with nothing. The fiat banking industry accounts for way more in transaction volume than BTC, so a 1:1 comparison of total energy used isn’t super useful. We need more of a per transaction energy use. > BTC miners are incentivized to clean their energy for quicker ROI. I’m genuinely curious what you mean by this. How are they incentivized? How does cleaner energy result in quicker ROI? In my personal experience with consumer energy, green energy supplied through my utility company is like 3x more expensive than the standard mix of nuclear/fossil fuels.

Mentions:#BTC#ROI

That's what my friend is doing now. He's following a whale that ape in some small cap projects. But I didn't follow that strategy cause it looks a bit risky even they have a good ROI in the past.

Mentions:#ROI

Haha, let's be honest Nexo was just a bank for crypto, It indeed was pretty good and something people with a lot of crypto could use but it still acted as a bank through and through If you'd want not to have that problem for returns you'd probably stake ETH or delegate VLX for ROI, since they are PoS Or get some miners for Bitcoin but PoS works a bit better for upkeep rather than PoW Nexo had other advantages, without the risk of collapse like Cel or such

Mentions:#ETH#VLX#ROI

Modern day fiat is dirty as fuck. Just think of what it takes to run a typical bank. A) infrastructure, not only to build but the employees who built needed energy (food/water, of which they get there via trucks which runs on energy). B) simple enrollment of people doing nothing at the bank C) money trucks moving all over the place to collect money D) the simple act of money printing is dirty. The bigger the hole, the more dirty most things seem. Look at the supply chain from the source. BTC network is quite clean in comparison, BTC miners are incentivized to clean their energy for quicker ROI. As the old saying goes, it's the economy stupid.

Mentions:#BTC#ROI

FTX is the CDC version from 2021, "only" difference is that FTX will have a better ROI as they have invested during a Bear Market while CDC went FOMO during the Bull Market last year.

Mentions:#FTX#ROI

#Cardano Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by TNGSystems which won 2nd place in the Cardano Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > I'll preface this by stating I'm no expert on Cardano, but I understand what I consider its core concepts are and how this differs from other Cryptocurrencies. > > #1. Tenets of Cryptocurrency > > I think Cardano is one of the only top 20 Cryptocurrencies besides Ethereum and Bitcoin that adhere to the original vision of Cryptocurrency. Whilst technologies are expected to change over time, something that should remain steadfast are the tenets of Cryptocurrency; > > * Decentralisation > * Security > * User-controlled > * Beneficial > > Cardano ticks these boxes with aplomb. There are currently over 3,100 independent worldwide staking pools at time of writing, these pools are now producing 100% of the blocks and have no official affiliation with IOHK. With these pools, 998,000 delegators are staking their ADA to secure the network, across the globe. These delegators enjoy a 4-7% ROI. > > Cardano remains the only major platform Cryptocurrency to not fall victim to an attack or breach. Ethereum has suffered a roll-back (Creating Ethereum Classic), Solana has had several faults that resulted in network outages. Avalanche has also been stopped. Algorand's Dex has been breached and several million dollars have been stolen. > > Once the Voltaire phase is completed, all IOHK fully steps back and gives the whole Cardano platform to the delegators and stake pool operators. Decisions and future development are voted on in a fully decentralised manner. > > Finally, Cardano is actually beneficial. It has a goal and a usable roadmap. It doesn't jump on the latest trend to capitalise and draw in new investors. It knows what it wants to do - create the best 3rd generation Cryptocurrency platform and start off with African adoption. > > #2. Methodology > > One of the biggest detracting statements to Cardano is that it refuses to "Move fast and break things" by that, it means that other Cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum prefer to build fast and fix problems along the way. Now that is fine for certain applications, but in the world of financial security it's not an ideal trait. "We will fix it when it goes wrong" isn't acceptable when there's literally Billions of dollars on the line. It's fine when you have a large spread of users plopping $20 to use a bit of DeFi, but companies will be rightfully skeptical of adopting these systems that have such large potentials for failure. > > This is where one of Cardano's chief strengths lie - Its is built using a formal verification. Many think this is just a bunch of boffins passing code around and going "Yep, it looks good to me!", but in reality, Cardano's is mathematically proven to do what it says it does. When the code is formally verified and peer reviewed it is then deployed in rigorous testnets before final deployment. So while other projects move fast and break things, Cardano does what it says and as a result I believe it to be more attractive to the institutions it should be used for. > > #3. Alternative Technology > > The sum of the argument here is that Cardano uses the Extended Unspent Transaction Output model whereas Ethereum and many other Cryptos use the Accounts-based model. Cardano's model is extended, as it combines Bitcoin's UTXO model with some of the capabilities Ethereum pioneered. The fundamental difference is that with eUTXO, the user experience is significantly better. Cardano can tell when a users balance is sufficient to cover the transaction + fee, and reject transactions that do not have sufficient funds. While this doesn't seem significant, remember that on Ethereum's Accounts based model, **plus** the large fees, users can be unexpected hit with significant fees and have their funds locked due to insufficient gas, with failed transactions costing these users money. > > Another huge advantage is that the eUTXO model allows L2 solutions to interface with the blockchain better. While L2's for Ethereum are fast and cheap to use, they don't interface well with the blockchain and users are required to spend resources and time to move their Crypto from L1 to L2, and then back again. This is a complication of the Accounts-based model where there can only be one ledger per layer, and Smart Contracts can only run on one ledger or the other. With the eUTXO model, a smart contract can run on both and this will offer significant advantages when Hydra is launched. > > --- > > The TL;DR here is that the things Cardano fans have been shouting about since the start *are a big deal*. We have a dedication to uphold the tenets of Cryptocurrency, when big players like Solana and Avalanche seem to consider it secondary. The methodology produces immutable and secure results, which is attractive to businesses, institutions and government bodies. And the technology behind it is built taking the best components of Bitcoin and Ethereum. **Thanks for reading!** ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/ru2mfx/top_10_cardano_proarguments_january_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Cardano_(blockchain_platform\)) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

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Who here has bought multiple Reddit NFTs? Which one is your favourite and which one are you betting will give you the best ROI?

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#Cardano Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by TNGSystems which won 2nd place in the Cardano Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > I'll preface this by stating I'm no expert on Cardano, but I understand what I consider its core concepts are and how this differs from other Cryptocurrencies. > > #1. Tenets of Cryptocurrency > > I think Cardano is one of the only top 20 Cryptocurrencies besides Ethereum and Bitcoin that adhere to the original vision of Cryptocurrency. Whilst technologies are expected to change over time, something that should remain steadfast are the tenets of Cryptocurrency; > > * Decentralisation > * Security > * User-controlled > * Beneficial > > Cardano ticks these boxes with aplomb. There are currently over 3,100 independent worldwide staking pools at time of writing, these pools are now producing 100% of the blocks and have no official affiliation with IOHK. With these pools, 998,000 delegators are staking their ADA to secure the network, across the globe. These delegators enjoy a 4-7% ROI. > > Cardano remains the only major platform Cryptocurrency to not fall victim to an attack or breach. Ethereum has suffered a roll-back (Creating Ethereum Classic), Solana has had several faults that resulted in network outages. Avalanche has also been stopped. Algorand's Dex has been breached and several million dollars have been stolen. > > Once the Voltaire phase is completed, all IOHK fully steps back and gives the whole Cardano platform to the delegators and stake pool operators. Decisions and future development are voted on in a fully decentralised manner. > > Finally, Cardano is actually beneficial. It has a goal and a usable roadmap. It doesn't jump on the latest trend to capitalise and draw in new investors. It knows what it wants to do - create the best 3rd generation Cryptocurrency platform and start off with African adoption. > > #2. Methodology > > One of the biggest detracting statements to Cardano is that it refuses to "Move fast and break things" by that, it means that other Cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum prefer to build fast and fix problems along the way. Now that is fine for certain applications, but in the world of financial security it's not an ideal trait. "We will fix it when it goes wrong" isn't acceptable when there's literally Billions of dollars on the line. It's fine when you have a large spread of users plopping $20 to use a bit of DeFi, but companies will be rightfully skeptical of adopting these systems that have such large potentials for failure. > > This is where one of Cardano's chief strengths lie - Its is built using a formal verification. Many think this is just a bunch of boffins passing code around and going "Yep, it looks good to me!", but in reality, Cardano's is mathematically proven to do what it says it does. When the code is formally verified and peer reviewed it is then deployed in rigorous testnets before final deployment. So while other projects move fast and break things, Cardano does what it says and as a result I believe it to be more attractive to the institutions it should be used for. > > #3. Alternative Technology > > The sum of the argument here is that Cardano uses the Extended Unspent Transaction Output model whereas Ethereum and many other Cryptos use the Accounts-based model. Cardano's model is extended, as it combines Bitcoin's UTXO model with some of the capabilities Ethereum pioneered. The fundamental difference is that with eUTXO, the user experience is significantly better. Cardano can tell when a users balance is sufficient to cover the transaction + fee, and reject transactions that do not have sufficient funds. While this doesn't seem significant, remember that on Ethereum's Accounts based model, **plus** the large fees, users can be unexpected hit with significant fees and have their funds locked due to insufficient gas, with failed transactions costing these users money. > > Another huge advantage is that the eUTXO model allows L2 solutions to interface with the blockchain better. While L2's for Ethereum are fast and cheap to use, they don't interface well with the blockchain and users are required to spend resources and time to move their Crypto from L1 to L2, and then back again. This is a complication of the Accounts-based model where there can only be one ledger per layer, and Smart Contracts can only run on one ledger or the other. With the eUTXO model, a smart contract can run on both and this will offer significant advantages when Hydra is launched. > > --- > > The TL;DR here is that the things Cardano fans have been shouting about since the start *are a big deal*. We have a dedication to uphold the tenets of Cryptocurrency, when big players like Solana and Avalanche seem to consider it secondary. The methodology produces immutable and secure results, which is attractive to businesses, institutions and government bodies. And the technology behind it is built taking the best components of Bitcoin and Ethereum. **Thanks for reading!** ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/ru2mfx/top_10_cardano_proarguments_january_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Cardano_(blockchain_platform\)) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#ADA#ROI

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Don’t remind them that it’s lost over half its ROI. They still think it’s an inflationary hedge.

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I have never mined before and planning to mine with them. Is the ROI worth mining it? I just heard that you can multi-mine with them and the bear market is the perfect opportunity to earn more with them.

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Just buckle up, friend! I wouldn’t be too concerned about price action until after the next halving which is generally a 4 year cycle. Beyond price though I’d recommend doing some more research on the impact bitcoin is having and can have globally. If it clicks with you then you’ll feel much more confident about sticking with it long term . If not…it’s gonna be a bumpy ride but long term I think we’ll be pretty happy with the ROI

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From my experience it is a scam. ROI = 56 months.

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I know it doesn’t help you now but putting your life savings in was not the play. Never invest more than you’re willing to lose especially in such a volatile commodity. However, our belief is that Bitcoin will successfully transition from speculative commodity to currency. If you can stand to hold, you should see ROI. I believe very much in Bitcoin but Bitcoin has remained just a slice of a diversified pie.

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Unfortunately with depreciation, most wives are sold at a massive loss. Wives have a horrible ROI

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I've been using that of Trofi and I'm also involved with the Hi-Lo feature giving me over 190% ROI.

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I like your pick but I'll advice you add ETH and set some cash aside for exchange native tokens like BNB, MX and FTT. From personal experience deflationary exchange tokens like BNB and MX have the potentials to hit their peak when there's a market surge. Also with growing use-cases and utility of these tokens, the value would 💯 increase and sometimes might guarantee a huge ROI in the long term. Other things, I usually consider in choosing my preferred exchange token to invest is transaction fee, amount of listed tokens and speed of response by customer service of an exchange. I had a little positive experience with MEXC a couple of months ago when I wanted to upgrade my KYC status. I opted to contact their customer service and lo and behold!! My KYC status got upgraded in few minutes after providing the requisite details. They also offer as low as 0% fee for certain large sell/buy order (also known as Maker Fee). But then whatever choice you make, I strongly advice a strategic DCA with few dollars at a time!!

what a shitcoin ! I almost feel sorry for all those bagholders. There are still scalpers on my fb marketplace selling very overpriced shit routers which have almost 0 ROI :D:D some of these guys still have dozens of these worthless devices.

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Yeah, and thats exactly why POW benefits the rich. They can get much better cheaper energy.. We can look at the outcomes. Expensive high end mining operations are earning around 20% ROI on their investments. That is factoring in all the work and energy used. Meanwhile, a smaller ASIC miner will be lucky to break even. Meanwhile, Ethereum stakers are all earning around 3.5-4.5% regardless of their operation size.

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Lol funny how to you, the opposite of “part time working” “early into financial literacy” “needs dependency in ROI” is a ‘rich person’. Also, crypto ideally is something that can be accessible and empowering to underserved, lower and middle class, and plenty have invested in crypto. Except it’s not designed to help this class of people yet. 1. People say it has low fees - crypto asset fees are often much higher than traditional banking/investment fees. 2. It’s still highly speculative, even to the most intelligent financial trader. They’re high risk, with zero protection for consumers. Fraud, market manipulation like rug pulls, theft. Too many claims that crypto assets can help the unbanked safely invest their money, especially since low-income individuals could be most at risk of losing their money in the event of a crypto crisis. Right now, crypto does not fundamentally fix the problem that financial inclusion seeks to solve. Can it one day? Yes. So yeah - i think the rich are still at advantage here. But I also said the kid should invest small amounts in alt coins and main coins at small amounts so he doesnt miss the event of a pump from a big tech change, or more global adoption. You wanna try again? What else can I help you clarify that you’ve clearly been brainwashed or under educated on? Also, 2 month old account. 🙄

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So much hate on anything that isnt ETH these days,yet ETH fell the hardest in recent time heh..The bear market magic in full swing. I have high hopes on ADA BNB and SOL..bullish also on the EWT and VLX..Energy web could be really big and VLX the fastest EVM chain, fork of SOL hmm..imo a good ROI incoming esp gettin in now when markets have tanked. Funny how BNB outperformed them all regarding the drop from ATH's

Uff the harsh comments in bellow comments..ppl are mad and angry cuz of current market situation imo. KLAY looks allright i guess..Heck even GRT fell like hell but that does not mean it wont come back up ever again..If we would look at that logic one could say that ETH sucks cuz BNB fell less from its ATH than Ethereum in this bear..Just stick to you're gameplan..I'm going for scalability, usability and speed..VLX SOL..Tho will up my Velas bags more compared to other investments..i just smell the great ROI from these levels. Cheers and goodluck with KLAY, got a small bag of it as well

1. Wealthy people can *also* dump money into mining. AKA paying people to do it for them. If you want to maximize your ROI on mining, you invest in a a large established brand like Anchorage who can mine *far* more efficiently than you can. "just dump money in" is what makes it fair to small players. 2. This isn't Ethereum. You can't mine Litecoin on a home PC. It is ASIC mining.

Mentions:#AKA#ROI

Imagine what the possible ROI would be if you bought all these right now, crazy.

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Everything is going back to the covid lows. It will be shit for a few years. Come 2025 the Fed will have lowered interests rates back down to ‘normal’ levels. And then you will see the mother of bull markets. I expect Bitcoin alone to hit $3 trillion, thus circa $150,000. That may sound conservative considering it’s already been $69k. But $5k to $150k in a few years is one hell of a ROI.

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The best ROI was on the ones that cost 10$

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I paid between $2,000 and $3,500 for each 3090. I hit my ROI in 2021. POS will be the death of Ethereum

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I have a feeling that we will be holding our cryptocurrency for a while until we see some ROI! Keep your heads up, and be safe! This is just the beginning!

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For everyone moaning here about the limitation of the service to wealthier clients: Banks have a customer segment called HNIs - High Net-worth Individuals. This is the same in every market. HNIs have their own banking services, own portfolio managers and their own benefits, primarily because the size of their deposits (liquid assets) typically value in the $2M+ range. The investment required for a bank to build and implement crypto products for their clients is astronomical - sometimes in the tens of millions just for the development. The reason is of the high compliance and process driven nature of banking institutions. So for a bank generate a faster ROI, they specifically need to cater to HNIs who have the capacity to invest far larger amounts. A banks value is in the deposits it holds. - Worked in the banking sector and my partner is building crypto products for another bank.

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do i would say put btc ATH and take 85% away from it, so there will be the bottom of this cycle :) will it come to it in october or december ? i think we will have a "pump" in october, and then again, side way crabbing. MAybe KDA will drop to 1 so i get more of it, thanks to last years ROI from it, and untill next year my KDX is vaulted away, working and growing... My ass feels couple of x's heavier already

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Pooling is additive. As a miner you get jobs assigned by the pool to work collaboratively on trying to get a valid hash asap. Not doing "the job" or doing it wrong will only disadvantage you. There isn't a way for a malicious miner to screw with the pool. Only the pool operator have that option, which, as I said, goes vastly against their incentive. I don't think this is complex. Bitcoin is very simple in how it works, but it can be hard to understand some of the nuances in the system. Compared to other systems, I'd say Bitcoin is one of the least complex. Everyone can mine. Nobody can prohibit anyone from becoming a miner. Do you want to share revenue to lower your ROI? Join a pool. Do you want to solo mine? No problem. It happens on Bitcoin. If you think a different coin is less complex, or allows for something you think is more important. Nobody holds you back. But this is not the place to discuss that. Only Bitcoin, few.

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VCs have controlled Helium blockchain for a lot longer than hotspot miners ever thought. As soon as the potential move to Solana was announced there were Solana shills immediately in the Helium subreddit. I got into a few discussions with a couple of them. It was all way too convenient. The “vote” was nothing more than a formality to imply an illusion of choice. I’m hoping that the move ends up pushing up the HNT price in the next bullrun and I’m selling my bags. I’ll keep mining since I’ve already ROI’ed on my miners a while ago but I’m not a big fan of the direction of the project any longer.

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Anyone will go crazy for anything that provides 3-5x ROI (so far)

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Seems like the smartest time to buy. Even tho I don't think the bottom is in, you never know with crypto and you can always average down. Ever bull run gets bigger and bigger, I'm sure their clients will like 600% ROI from BTC

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So if you don't think about it in terms of I had 1 ETH and now I only have 0.75 ETH but in terms of ROI.

Mentions:#ETH#ROI

I can definitely see the appeal considering that insane ROI, but I don't see myself doing it. I have another one that I would happily sell for such profit. I have zero clue of how to go about it, tho.

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"only" Some people lost 70% of their investment that's a pretty bad ROI

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Yeah in my case, Electric/water are included flat-rate in my lease, regardless of usage. I pay the same price every single month, summer, winter, doesn't matter. So I'm running at a loss NOT mining, as all my hardware's already ROI'd, all I'm incurring is inevitable fan wear/repairs and slight hardware degradation.

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Velas sure is a powerplant of a blockchain..built on top of SOL best genetics one could say..And the Carbon negative aspect of it is also bullish a lot for its future imo. People that are missing out on these price levels will be sorry in the future cuz the ROI of VLX will be massive, just my two cents on it tho..

Mentions:#SOL#ROI#VLX

That’s what I’m thinking, some of the ROI are crazy

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I don’t wait for pump or dump, I stake my coin and I get 100% ROI

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When I hear about hacks, I am happy I keep my Eth and Angelblock away from dApps, Its not worth to lose all my holdings over a 1%ROI, maybe 5% if you go by $ value I cant recommend anything but to keep your stuff to yourself

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Alright, hold up, reality check here: PXD (Pioneer natural resources) is near its all time high - 7 billion in Revenue, smashing all targets. It's dividend is currently 10.83%. Not only is the stocks price stable and going up, but it pays a huge dividend. KCS is down 70% from its all time high and pays 2-5%. You're accepting a huge level of loss for a tiny ROI. Even a company like Verizon is 6%+ dividends and features basically zero risk. Hell, even my stodgy Ford stock offers 4%. The stock market has plenty of similar stocks and they even go up! Now, obviously the *potential* for stuff in Crypto can go crazy, and we both know that - But let's not pretend the stock market is dead and doesn't offer any sort of dividends or rewards to its shareholders.

Mentions:#KCS#ROI

Always start with BTC and what makes it "valuable" then I try to educate on some other bug crypto products like defi, liquidity providing, staking. It's really hard to try to point them to alts that I like cause I never want then to take on that high of risk. So I say just start with BTC/ETH and later if you want some more technical knowledge I can introduce them to some smaller cap alts that I think will have higher ROI.

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#ROI

Both of these statements can be wrong simultaneously. The stabilizing the grid statement is only true if the miners are running during hours of solar over-production or other off-peak times. If they are running 24/7, then they are indeed using some energy that would have been wasted during the noon hours, but are also consuming power in the late day that the grid really needs too. On a separate issue, if the miners are running at off-peak times at night, then they are consuming fossil fuels that otherwise would remain unburned. Is there any evidence that miners are only running for certain hours each day? I figured miners were in such a rush to get their ROI before their equipment becomes obsolete, that they would run them all day every day. I would love to be shown that my assumption is wrong.

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bitcoin miners with the best ROI

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First of all, 3070 is the card I have. Bought it for gaming in the first place, because buying it for mining just doesn't make sense. Second, I don't know where you live, but you seem to assume people had a choice of what GPU to buy past 2 years. Unless you are willing to buy double the price to a skalper (good luck on that ROI), you take what you get Third, talking about the chip shortage. Another great reason why PoS is superior. You are not at the mercy of a couple tech giants to get the hardware. Fourth, I have seen you talking about becoming rich in a year from mining. But you don't seem to be able to provide the numbers. I ran the numbers, and mining takes quite a long time to get even close to "rich". Heck, even jumping from a 580 to a 3080 will take a years or 2.

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This hurts to read. Algorand, while technologically superior to just about everything, is absolute trash for ROI.

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Right now BTC/ETH because of market uncertainty and the knowledge that these two will likely resurface the other side alive, even if the ultimate ROI may be lower than some other coins when the bull eventually resurfaces.

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#ROI

Lessens the risk of making cheap energy sources actually produce an ROI

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Whoever they are, those lines don't appeal to me anymore. I usually stick to my metrics, and despite the fact that even if I like holding bitcoin, I can't really experience the large ROI because I can't afford much. To receive higher returns in the future, I'd prefer to hold alts like Geeq, Reef, Kava, Hard, and Sandbox, and among others. Just my two cents!

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Yup. This is a combined effort by all the richest in the world and their central banks. Step one: print trillions, but only really dole it out to the already wealthy. Deny wreckless spending and possibility of inflation being caused by money printing. Problem: markets are too high now, too much risk to invest printed money into them and not enough ROI. Step two: crash the markets, Create panic and fear. Blame inflation, even though you love inflation because it only helps you as an asset dragon. Problem: You need ROI for your newly minted cash, but since you crashed your fiat currencies the poors can’t spend as much and the economy is weakening. Step three: Blame problems on inflation. Confuse the masses with multiple reasons for it but never blame step one money printing. Make them fight each other over things like birth control and abortion. Step 4: Lay off workers, raise prices, raise rents, raise home prices, raise energy prices. Buy up non-risk assets and take a nap while taking it in on your newly minted assets. Extort workers a while until home or car ownership is inconceivable to them. Do this until they get angry but settle for less. Step five: Turn on the money printer…

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Most miners I know start with an RTX 580 ($200) or equivalent and a $50.00 used garbage computer. ROI use to be 3 months, buy another card. Rinse, repeat. Once outgrow PSU, upgrade to rigs until ROI. Replace 580’s with 3080ti. . Build rig after rig on profits, minus electric until you solo mine. A poor gets rich. Tens of thousands of miners have done this including me

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RPL is solid for ETH imo. But i have never used LIDO..I would suggest u look into VLX and stake that. These price levels will be unseen in the future since their ecosystem is expanding massively, ROI will be huge imo, and with such high speeds (75kTps) and super security i think it will come real far in the next bull cycle..It is the fastest EVM chain on the planet. I hold ADA but don't stake it..maybe i should hmm.

RPL is the best for staking ETH imo but also explore other projects to stake such as VLX, i'm staking it and i think that i will more than enjoy the ride. The ROI of it will probably grow massively in the future since they're the fastest EVM chain out there and Ferrari premium partner. And now they're getting into building the first ever NFT marketplace for them..

No we are financially just fine, I'm just growing impatient waiting for substantial gains when all of this money could have been used for something better like remodeling my old kitchen. Would have gotten better ROI in less time doing that. I didn't come to make $100 though. Waiting for my portfolio to 2x. Could care less about 5x, 10x, whatever. Just upset I didn't invest my cash in something more tangible. But that's my own fault and I admit it. Just tired of the non-stop bad news, good news making no impact, way more red days than green ones, one crash after another, and the YouTube shillers. Continuously feeling like I missed the best time for crypto (2019-early 2021) and now that governments and institutions have caught on the gains will mimic stocks and be minimal. That's my rant, ready for the downvotes.

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If 1 ETH could validate, many people could run their computers with low security for the ROI. Those could become compromised by malware, and form a bot net. If that bot net infiltrates enough validator nodes, those computers could be undermined simultaneously. If you have $100,000 at risk you probably will focus more of keeping the computers running the validator nodes more secure and free of malware.

Mentions:#ETH#ROI

I wouldn't measure potential ROI to reaching ATH again. especially in defi and especially with ~2years until the next bull cycle, but the staking rewards, airdrops and farming make it well worth it to hold and will more than make up the difference if it doesn't ever reach or surpass ATH in the next 2-4 years.

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even with free electricity, ROI on hardware currently is... never.

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Will this have a good ROI though? Wait, who cares about that? Moons will be farmed with shitpost...

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I think the ROI is closer to 18 months, for average taxes.

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NGL, The egg chart had a good ROI.

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>Current pro-rated calculations are putting ETH's staking reward's at a 4% ROI. Cardano's ROI averages at 5% but if you select a decent unsaturated staking pool, it can go as high as 7-8% ROI. Cardano has an inflation rate of >4% right now. You should do the math before shilling a coin and being fooled.

Mentions:#ETH#ROI

Yes because that is the only fair comparison. Staking isn’t the same as solo mode validating 35mh/s had a 3 month ROI. Double it 1.5 months. Etc etc. You can only compare POW mining to POS solo node validating

Mentions:#ROI

The kind of stuff Bitcoin maxis like to parrot. Who cares really... there are other cryptos with that offer much better short term ROI these days. Unless you have hundreds of thousands+ to invest Bitcoin is just not so interesting of an investment. It's basically akin to investing in a good stock.

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You are comparing apples to oranges. A miner can start POW with a $200.00 RTX 580 GPU. First ROI buy another card. Rinse repeat. Once rig is full and ROI upgrade cards to a 3080TI. Any miner can start with a tiny investment and build their farm in an unlimited fashion to solo validate Ethereum. POS you need 32 ether to solo mode validate. The energy crisis is the governments fault for not allowing Generation III+ nuclear. Our city and surrounding cities have no energy crisis. We have nuclear

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ROI is definitely not good these days.

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Even at the worst time, which was this year, when ETH was under 1k and i paid electricity over .25/KWh, that 3080 was still turning a net profit. Why do you think so many people got to mining ? With an estimated ROI of 100% in the worst case to 250% if you managed to snatch a 3060ti or 3070 FE version at MSRP price, it just made sense. ​ >Because if personal GPU mining was literally free money until 2021 and your friends were doing it you'd have to be stupid not to. Well yes. That is exactly my point. Worst case scenario, If you started 10-11months ago, any 30xx card would have paid for itself. If you started sooner, you'd have made money.

Mentions:#ETH#ROI

Every miner reaches ROI. Sometimes your return on investment is positive, sometimes it's negative. The term you are looking for is breakeven.

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What do you mean? The rigs are paid for so it's purely electricity cost. If you DCA $100/month into BTC (or any crypto) you could have (at my low electric rate of $.089/kw) 13 3070s mining on nicehash. Those cards at the moment would be earning ~0.02132 satoshis in that month on nicehash. That's worth about $420 in BTC. Send it to an exchange and trade it for what ever you were DCAing into. If you don't have a rig or desire to build one then DCA into whatever. But when mining profits are high again it is beneficial to build and ROI asap. Mine are all paid off so electricity is my only expense. When BTC triples again my $420 made off $100 in electricity every month will be better the your $100 DCA every month. For clarification, I don't own a 3070, let alone 13 of them. I have a tiny farm and have paid off my gaming rig and a second dedicated mining rig by mining since March of 21. I'll let them run for another month or so and see what the market does. After that who knows.

Mentions:#BTC#ROI

ROI is a rate, not a point. Breakeven is usually what miners are trying to say.

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I created a thread yesterday saying exactly that. People who got in last year have reached ROI though. Maybe not in place where electricity costs were bumped high, if they started in late Q4, but even with UK electricity price and scalped prices, it would take 10 to 12 months to pay for the cards.

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whattomine has every single coin with a negative profit. It's a pretty stressful time for GPU miners especially the ones who got into it last year and wouldn't have reached ROI.

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