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Beginner's Guide to Secret Network & SCRT

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My thoughts on Arkham Intel

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A total of 9 firms and tokens have registered/complied with regulators and securities laws. Only 1 currently survives, the rest either failed, restructured or were abandoned. And this 1 surviving token reports consistent losses since 2021. The laws simply don't work.

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Secret Network’s Response to Binance News

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What Coins in the Top 200 will decline short term?

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When someone says "Coin XYZ has outperformed BTC in the last N months", or ANY such "X has outperformed Y over the previous N period", turn your BS meter to high. Any such comparison is INCREDIBLY sensitive to the start and end points - by months or even days.

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Providing privacy to all EVM chains in a simple yet versatile manner, through Oasis Protocol.

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Staking on Keplr Wallet?

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Zero Knowledge Proofs vs Trusted Execution Environment; Different Technologies for on-chain privacy.

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10 Underrated Cryptocurrencies to Watch in 2023

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SCRT: The January Secret Ecosystem Update is now available

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On-chain privacy: TEEs vs ZK proofs

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On-chain privacy: TEEs vs ZK proofs

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Staking + Shorting = $$?

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Cosmos airdrop strategy question

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13 Privacy Blockchains Could Be banned by New US Congress Bill

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Researchers Say They’ve Exposed Vulnerability in Privacy Centric Altcoin Project Secret (SCRT) - The Daily Hodl

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Secret network's (SCRT) confidential transactions have been compromised.

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What's Happening in the Cosmos Ecosystem?

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SCRT Labs Development Update: August 2022

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PRAVICY IS NOW POSSIBLE

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Oasis Network (Ticker: ROSE) DD

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A guide and my views on Cosmos

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I used an algorithm to find coins that can 20x. Here are the results.

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COMING SOON: Keep an eye out for Gelotto, the crypto lottery (and other games) token airdropping June 2022, going live on IBC testnet July 2022

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Creating a truly secret Secret Network wallet, secretly..

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Smith and SCRT Labs are making NFT history by minting the first ever full-length feature film on the Legendao Secret NFT platform

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Kevin Smith to Release New Horror Film via Secret Network NFTs, Collaborate With Holders

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Mastering Cosmos Airdrops: The Best Coins to Stake to be Eligible, Useful Tools | JUNO, ATOM, OSMO, SCRT

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Deposits and Staking for SCRT Available Now - Earn Up to 20% in Yearly Rewards - Kraken Blog

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SCRT Labs Update: Scaling Secret

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Some politicians attempt to use the only leverage for power available at the moment. Centralized exchanges.

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Question on hardware wallets (ledger Nano)

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Portfolio consolidation

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MarbleDAO FAQ’s (newest airdrop on Cosmos)

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Investing in Avalanche or Cosmos

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SCRT innovation

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Stakedrops in the Cosmos Ecosystem you can still stake for:

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Trivium Node has released BLACKBOX: a collection of dApps that brings together privacy and convenience.

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Me secrecy features for SCRT

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Privacy preserving DAPPS

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Secret Network’s $400 million Ecosystem Fund

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Secret Network Review: SCRT Potential? What We Found Out!!

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Why Cosmos is the best crypto ecosystem

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which privacy coins?

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The Secret's Out

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IBC Smart Contracts

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Grayscale presented a list of considered digital assets for 2022. This list includes Secret Network with their SCRT tonic, one of the most promising tokens for 2022

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The New Smart Contracts on the Block

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SCRT Labs Launches $400 Million Fund to Bolster Privacy Network's Ecosystem and Application Layer

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Huobi Global Will List SCRT (Secret) in the Pioneer Zone on January 18, 2022-Huobi Global-Official Huobi Website

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Why the legal battle between Miramax and Tarantino matters for crypto? SCRT

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Secret (SCRT) Jumps 16% on Friday, as Film NFT Chatter Builds ahead of Tarantino NFT Sale

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My opinion on the Secret Network and why it's a gem.

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Very excited about Secret Network (SCRT)

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So bullish on SCRT right now

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The future of ZEC?

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Tarantino NFT on the Secret Network has NFT requirements

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Cointracker is funky

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Secret Network's Secret Swap now has a fiat on-ramp to buy SCRT with a card (not available in the US yet)

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COSMOS… why you should research the ecosystem.

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Layer 1 with unique characteristics?

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For those having trouble withdrawing ATOM

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Just opened CoinmarketCap to check on SCRT and thought I'd share.. if only it was true 😅

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Our fascinating discussion with Eric Waisanen of the Secret Network (SCRT token).

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A crypto noob learns how to DCA on DEX's

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Secret Network is live on Osmosis!

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Store your keys on the SCRT private blockchain as the ultimate, doomsday backup?

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Right now is Alt Season, but only for a select few...

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Tell me how Secret network is different than Oasis for total privacy?

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There's never any guarantee in crypto leave alone a guarantee of 100X. Among mid caps ROSE looks promising. Absolute necessary private computations use case (zero knowledge proof) which no chain offers besides SCRT. Chainlink is still years away from achieving it. And VCs have been accumulating ROSE. So ROSE seems promising to do 30 X from here and that would take it to MCAP of 20 bill, which is very realistic. Anything above it is cherry on top. IF pvt computations narrative becomes big then ROSE can end up being a 100 bill MCAP token. Same goes for SCRT which is currently sitting at 100 million. If SCRT hits 10 Bill it's almost 100x from here. Among MEME coins BONK definitely seems to have the potential to do another 20x in the current bull market. For moon shot I am going for AVAX meme coins as it the community is just starting to dig into meme coins. If HUSKY AVAX takes off (it is currently at 5 million) it is 200X just to reach 1 billion (Doge reached 100 bill last bull run, SHIB reached 50 bill, BONK most likely will hit 20-30 BILL this bull run). And there's a fair chance that if HUSKY takes off could hit 10 bill MCAP which would be 2000X from here. Assuming that the MEME coins hit 1/10th of the main chain MCAP like last time (Doge 100 bill while BTC was 1 Trillion, SHIB hit 50 BILL while ETH hit 500 BILL). So if SOL hits 300 MCAP expect BONK to hit 30 BILL, if AVAX hits 100 BILL then HUSKY could hit 10 BILL). I am also looking for developments on meme coins on COSMOS.

Secret network SCRT is undervalued again Mature L1 blockchain in Cosmos ecosystem focused on confidential compute with a thriving dApp layer Market cap: 120M TVL in defi : 23M Hot thing coming is gambling casino and modular privacy (RNG) for public chains (EVM, polygon, Solana)

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ALSO keep in mind there's SCRT and sSCRT the tiny s just means it's "Private SCRT" all NFTs on STASHH will be using sSCRT [You can wrap and unwrap most cosmos assets into privacy tokens using Shade Protocols tool](https://app.shadeprotocol.io/wrap)

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Well stargaze is pretty much the ONLY NFT dApp in the COSMOS...keep in mind that the COSMOS IBC is all interconnected L1 networks. So some L1s may also have their own NFT marketplace. BUT I WILL STRESS...STARGAZE is the unofficial official. I think PASG and FLIX have one too, as well as White Whale but there's only 1-2 projects on those. HOWEVER There's also STASHH! Which is on SCRT network. BFTs on SCRT are really fucking cool. Because by the nature of SCRT itself the NFT can have public facing metadata and then private metadata only the owner can see. There's two projects on SCRT that are worth mention on tech and "coolness" alone...well three...but one is VERY unobtainable. [Mystic Skulls](https://stashh.io/collection/mystic-skulls?traits=%257B%2522Unrevealed%2520Trait%2520Categories%2522%253A%255B%25229%2522%252C%25228%2522%255D%257D&sort=price+asc) \- Released in 2021 - SUPER RAD project where you can't see any of your traits until you attune a skull and then enter the reveal process. There's still like 3,000 unrevealed skulls out there in the secondary marketplace. [KILLROY WAS HERE](https://stashh.io/collection/killroy-was-here?sort=price+asc) \- It's legit a Kevin Smith NFT yes that one...you know the one...Silent Bob...He released a horror slasher movie that's embedded inside the NFT thanks to the private data of SCRT nfts. THE UNOBTAINABLE!!!!! The Pulp Fiction handwritten rough script was being auctioned off in sections by Tarantino and SCRT Labs. [Then Miramax stepped in and only ONE sold to the ANONS DAO for a few million before that got pulled.](https://www.theverge.com/2022/9/9/23344441/quentin-tarantino-pulp-fiction-nft-miramax-lawsuit-settled) It was on sale for quite a bit [during the bear](https://stashh.io/collection/tarantino-nfts)

SCRT with a 25% pump in 30mins

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It does not matter if there is any genius in Firo, or not. Something as SCRT might be more future proof since its - in theory - anon defi. And the way you use Bitcoin anonymous is you buy them for cash from someone or in a shop into a new wallet. Done. Then when you want to convert them back you just sell them and delete the wallet. Done. Completely anonymous and absolutely zero need for any privacy gimmicks. I would love there to be a use case for anon coins but even scammers who STEAL peoples crypto and are wanted by the FBI simply use centralized swap services to launder their crypto. Where does Firo or even Monero come in? Its true they may often want their funds in Monero to get rid of being able to be traced but thats part of why they are being made illegal in the EU. And your Monero isnt going to do you much good if you have a hard time selling them. So if you just want to secure some cash or are scared of inflation what will you do? Some buy gold. Some buy Bitcoin. Both if done right would be perfectly anonymous The only use case for anon coin would still be the darknet but I believe they all use Monero anyways, so no need for Firo again. Its a gimmick but I am willing to learn and understand some actual use cases a lot of people will need.

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SCRT is my favorite. Privacy with regulation in mind. Combines the crypto ideals with the as-is state of the world.

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SCRT (Secret Network) is a solid player in the privacy arena and one of my favorite alts. It offers enhanced privacy for dApps, interoperability with other blockchains, robust decentralization, utility through the SCRT token, and a growing ecosystem for developers. On Secret Network, transactions are encrypted for user privacy. Users can selectively reveal transaction details to regulators using cryptographic proofs or tools like "viewing keys," ensuring transparency when needed.

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Been loading up on SCRT

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Been loading up on SCRT

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Fomoing into SCRT at 30 cents seems like a good call

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SCRT pumping and breaking out of the weekly downtrend. Could get spicy going forward, still 20x to get to ATHs 🤯

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SCRT would do the job, doesn't matter which type of coke 😉

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Yes I would say most private is monero. Zcash has a very solid claim to fame as well. Now when it comes to smart contracts, DeFi, and general computation with privacy, Secret Network SCRT is hands down the best in my opinion. And it is not even close.

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SCRT has huge potential

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SCRT is indeed a good one

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SCRT

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SCRT making a run through resistance 🚀

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Secret Network (SCRT) is currently the only coin that I'm trading with that's under a dollar in value.

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SCRT is one of them. Privacy is a must, and I feel like they are doing it the right way.

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Ledger for BTC, ETH and all shitcoins from Ethereum Keplr for ATOM and SCRT and all Cosmos airdrops xPortal for EGLD and RIDE Fearless for DOT and GLMR Trust (Don't have anything on it)

I have said for 2 years now that the dominating narratives this cycle will be Privacy, and interoperability. NFA but there will be many big winners in those sectors. SCRT checks both boxes for me so I am especially bullish on it.

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Kava & SCRT

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#Cosmos Pro-Arguments Below is a Cosmos pro-argument written by Shippior. > \[Cosmos\]([https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/cosmos-hub](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/cosmos-hub)) (ATOM) is a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain. It is the center of the Cosmos networks, including Osmosis, Juno, Secret, Evmos and 50+ other independent L1 chains which are all connected, called Gaia. Something that is not known to many people is that the Binance Chain actually uses the same software as Cosmos and is thus in theory compatible with Gaia. However so far Binance has made the design choice not to enable it as to keep their authority over their BNB chain ATOM uses a Byzantine Fault Tolerance as main consensus in it's \[Tendermint consensus\]([https://docs.tendermint.com/v0.34/introduction/what-is-tendermint.html](https://docs.tendermint.com/v0.34/introduction/what-is-tendermint.html)). > > The main strongsuit of Cosmos is the use of \[IBC\]([https://ibcprotocol.org/](https://ibcprotocol.org/)) (Inter-Blockchain Communication). It is a protocol that is integrated in the Tendermint Cosmos SDK that is used to trustlessly communicate between chains. This allows new chains using this SDK to quickly integrate into the entire network and make use of all the capabilities of the other chains. It can be compared to the relay chains of Polkadot, Cosmos' largest competitor, but at current value it looks like it is far more advanced than its Polkadot competitor, allowing chains to communicate and share value using pre-determined smart contracts allowing multichain interoperability. > > The APR of Cosmos, received from staking lies somewhat around 20% for most of the time. The annual inflation of ATOM is capped at 20% and bound by a lower limit of 7%. As long as 2/3rd of all ATOM in circulation is staked the inflation will slowly drop to as low as 7%. If less than 2/3rd of the ATOM is staked the inflation will increase, thereby increasing the staking rewards as to provide an incentive for people to stake their ATOM to secure the network. > > As of late the Cosmos network has received a couple of great upgrades. The first was around June of this year which was the Stargate upgrade. This was the final upgrade to complete the original roadmap of Cosmos. One of the parts of this upgrade was the Gravity Dex procotol which enabled cross-chain DeFi. Other upgrades enabled the ability to pay fees in whatever IBC token one has in it's wallet. Thus fees on ATOM network can be paid in JUNO, SCRT or HUAHUA. > > Another interesting feature that has been added to ATOM lately is Liquid staking through other networks, like \[Stride\]([https://stride.zone/](https://stride.zone/)) or \[Quicksilver\]([https://quicksilver.zone/](https://quicksilver.zone/)). The entire ATOM network is PoS and therefore largely depends on people staking their coins for network security. This means that a lot of the coins in the ATOM network are ' dead' so to speak as they are used for staking and nothing else. Liquid staking offers a solution by allowing people to tokenize their staked assets and use it for DeFi. This has brought significant more options to increase TVL, although this is at the moment hard to measure as all prices have fell by a lot since the introduction of liquid staking and therefore it can not be quantified. > > In Medellin during the \[Cosmoverse\]([https://cosmoverse.org/](https://cosmoverse.org/)) many ways of going forward were presented by speakers as continuation on the original roadmap which had now been completed. A \[new roadmap\]([https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmdC3YuZBUq5b9mEr3bKTDRq4XLcxafe3LHqDNFUgUoa61](https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmdC3YuZBUq5b9mEr3bKTDRq4XLcxafe3LHqDNFUgUoa61)) has been proposed for the years to come by several influential people including Ethan Buchman, one of the founders of Cosmos. Although the first draft of the proposal has been rejected by the community through governance, with the new proposed tokenomics that sparked some fierce debate, there are some very exciting things ahead. The fact that these options are even relayed to the community also emphasizes one of the advantages of Cosmos. Cosmos believes in the fact that the community owns the chain, it emphasizes on self-governance and sovereignty, and therefore every decision should be put up for a vote. Everything that influences the chain should be introduced by on-chain parameters that can be monitored and altered when desired by the community. \[More on the governance stance by Cosmos.\]([https://hub.cosmos.network/main/governance/state-of-cosmos-governance-2021.html](https://hub.cosmos.network/main/governance/state-of-cosmos-governance-2021.html)) > > The most interesting part of the proposed roadmap is the \[Interchain Security\]([https://blog.cosmos.network/interchain-security-is-coming-to-the-cosmos-hub-f144c45fb035](https://blog.cosmos.network/interchain-security-is-coming-to-the-cosmos-hub-f144c45fb035)), which is already being worked on. One of the critiques on ATOM is that the token does not add value. The most value it provides is by being a main criteria for receiving airdrops of other L1 chains that enter the IBC network. This will change with Interchain Security, coming in the first semester of 2023. Interchain Security allows chains to deploy on the IBC network without having to deal with securing their own chain and can thereby launch their products faster, focusing on their core business. Instead they can opt-in to have Gaia settle their blockchain and provide security. In return stakers of ATOM will receive tokens from the chains that are secured through Gaia as staking rewards. > > Edit: I am not sure why my embedded links are not working. :/ ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Cosmos) to find submissions for other topics.

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#Cosmos Pro-Arguments Below is a Cosmos pro-argument written by Shippior. > \[Cosmos\]([https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/cosmos-hub](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/cosmos-hub)) (ATOM) is a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain. It is the center of the Cosmos networks, including Osmosis, Juno, Secret, Evmos and 50+ other independent L1 chains which are all connected, called Gaia. Something that is not known to many people is that the Binance Chain actually uses the same software as Cosmos and is thus in theory compatible with Gaia. However so far Binance has made the design choice not to enable it as to keep their authority over their BNB chain ATOM uses a Byzantine Fault Tolerance as main consensus in it's \[Tendermint consensus\]([https://docs.tendermint.com/v0.34/introduction/what-is-tendermint.html](https://docs.tendermint.com/v0.34/introduction/what-is-tendermint.html)). > > The main strongsuit of Cosmos is the use of \[IBC\]([https://ibcprotocol.org/](https://ibcprotocol.org/)) (Inter-Blockchain Communication). It is a protocol that is integrated in the Tendermint Cosmos SDK that is used to trustlessly communicate between chains. This allows new chains using this SDK to quickly integrate into the entire network and make use of all the capabilities of the other chains. It can be compared to the relay chains of Polkadot, Cosmos' largest competitor, but at current value it looks like it is far more advanced than its Polkadot competitor, allowing chains to communicate and share value using pre-determined smart contracts allowing multichain interoperability. > > The APR of Cosmos, received from staking lies somewhat around 20% for most of the time. The annual inflation of ATOM is capped at 20% and bound by a lower limit of 7%. As long as 2/3rd of all ATOM in circulation is staked the inflation will slowly drop to as low as 7%. If less than 2/3rd of the ATOM is staked the inflation will increase, thereby increasing the staking rewards as to provide an incentive for people to stake their ATOM to secure the network. > > As of late the Cosmos network has received a couple of great upgrades. The first was around June of this year which was the Stargate upgrade. This was the final upgrade to complete the original roadmap of Cosmos. One of the parts of this upgrade was the Gravity Dex procotol which enabled cross-chain DeFi. Other upgrades enabled the ability to pay fees in whatever IBC token one has in it's wallet. Thus fees on ATOM network can be paid in JUNO, SCRT or HUAHUA. > > Another interesting feature that has been added to ATOM lately is Liquid staking through other networks, like \[Stride\]([https://stride.zone/](https://stride.zone/)) or \[Quicksilver\]([https://quicksilver.zone/](https://quicksilver.zone/)). The entire ATOM network is PoS and therefore largely depends on people staking their coins for network security. This means that a lot of the coins in the ATOM network are ' dead' so to speak as they are used for staking and nothing else. Liquid staking offers a solution by allowing people to tokenize their staked assets and use it for DeFi. This has brought significant more options to increase TVL, although this is at the moment hard to measure as all prices have fell by a lot since the introduction of liquid staking and therefore it can not be quantified. > > In Medellin during the \[Cosmoverse\]([https://cosmoverse.org/](https://cosmoverse.org/)) many ways of going forward were presented by speakers as continuation on the original roadmap which had now been completed. A \[new roadmap\]([https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmdC3YuZBUq5b9mEr3bKTDRq4XLcxafe3LHqDNFUgUoa61](https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmdC3YuZBUq5b9mEr3bKTDRq4XLcxafe3LHqDNFUgUoa61)) has been proposed for the years to come by several influential people including Ethan Buchman, one of the founders of Cosmos. Although the first draft of the proposal has been rejected by the community through governance, with the new proposed tokenomics that sparked some fierce debate, there are some very exciting things ahead. The fact that these options are even relayed to the community also emphasizes one of the advantages of Cosmos. Cosmos believes in the fact that the community owns the chain, it emphasizes on self-governance and sovereignty, and therefore every decision should be put up for a vote. Everything that influences the chain should be introduced by on-chain parameters that can be monitored and altered when desired by the community. \[More on the governance stance by Cosmos.\]([https://hub.cosmos.network/main/governance/state-of-cosmos-governance-2021.html](https://hub.cosmos.network/main/governance/state-of-cosmos-governance-2021.html)) > > The most interesting part of the proposed roadmap is the \[Interchain Security\]([https://blog.cosmos.network/interchain-security-is-coming-to-the-cosmos-hub-f144c45fb035](https://blog.cosmos.network/interchain-security-is-coming-to-the-cosmos-hub-f144c45fb035)), which is already being worked on. One of the critiques on ATOM is that the token does not add value. The most value it provides is by being a main criteria for receiving airdrops of other L1 chains that enter the IBC network. This will change with Interchain Security, coming in the first semester of 2023. Interchain Security allows chains to deploy on the IBC network without having to deal with securing their own chain and can thereby launch their products faster, focusing on their core business. Instead they can opt-in to have Gaia settle their blockchain and provide security. In return stakers of ATOM will receive tokens from the chains that are secured through Gaia as staking rewards. > > Edit: I am not sure why my embedded links are not working. :/ ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Cosmos) to find submissions for other topics.

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Snagged some FTM and SCRT

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Put it all in SCRT 🚀

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Optimism is great, but it's wise to remain cautious. While trading platforms setting a target of $125k is positive, it doesn't necessarily confirm a full-fledged bull market. If such heights are reached, it could pave the way for several altcoins to achieve new all-time highs. This might potentially drive tokens like RAIL and SCRT to surpass the $5 mark.

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the DCK appears promising, and I'm considering further research. Additionally, my findings indicate that RAIL and SCRT, with low market caps, offer potential for a substantial 20x return. Their remarkable contributions to privacy on the Ethereum network have been noteworthy.

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ROSE is like one of the only privacy tokens I don't like. But SCRT, NEAR and the new FHEnix look rad. SCRT had a whitehat report last year thanks to an IBM encryption issue. They're fully re-working their encryption to be FHE as well. But I see it as a network for PASS (Privacy as a service) Like for a DEFI hub that's public to use to prevent front runs by using SCRT as a middleman. XMR is still the most private

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Vet, SCRT.

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SCRT has entered the chat ))

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There are other privacy coins out there like SCRT, but none of them really comes close to Monero in terms of usage and functionality

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Very true. I bought SCRT just like that.

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VET or SCRT, no particular order.

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Too many bad investments I can’t remember. VET, SCRT, BTM , BAT, DRC… The list goes on.

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Poor JUNO... I was spread pretty thin over on cosmos... I consolidated my holdings but SCRT made the cut...as did AKT.

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$SCRT entered the chat

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#Cosmos Pro-Arguments Below is a Cosmos pro-argument written by Shippior. > \[Cosmos\]([https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/cosmos-hub](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/cosmos-hub)) (ATOM) is a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain. It is the center of the Cosmos networks, including Osmosis, Juno, Secret, Evmos and 50+ other independent L1 chains which are all connected, called Gaia. Something that is not known to many people is that the Binance Chain actually uses the same software as Cosmos and is thus in theory compatible with Gaia. However so far Binance has made the design choice not to enable it as to keep their authority over their BNB chain ATOM uses a Byzantine Fault Tolerance as main consensus in it's \[Tendermint consensus\]([https://docs.tendermint.com/v0.34/introduction/what-is-tendermint.html](https://docs.tendermint.com/v0.34/introduction/what-is-tendermint.html)). > > The main strongsuit of Cosmos is the use of \[IBC\]([https://ibcprotocol.org/](https://ibcprotocol.org/)) (Inter-Blockchain Communication). It is a protocol that is integrated in the Tendermint Cosmos SDK that is used to trustlessly communicate between chains. This allows new chains using this SDK to quickly integrate into the entire network and make use of all the capabilities of the other chains. It can be compared to the relay chains of Polkadot, Cosmos' largest competitor, but at current value it looks like it is far more advanced than its Polkadot competitor, allowing chains to communicate and share value using pre-determined smart contracts allowing multichain interoperability. > > The APR of Cosmos, received from staking lies somewhat around 20% for most of the time. The annual inflation of ATOM is capped at 20% and bound by a lower limit of 7%. As long as 2/3rd of all ATOM in circulation is staked the inflation will slowly drop to as low as 7%. If less than 2/3rd of the ATOM is staked the inflation will increase, thereby increasing the staking rewards as to provide an incentive for people to stake their ATOM to secure the network. > > As of late the Cosmos network has received a couple of great upgrades. The first was around June of this year which was the Stargate upgrade. This was the final upgrade to complete the original roadmap of Cosmos. One of the parts of this upgrade was the Gravity Dex procotol which enabled cross-chain DeFi. Other upgrades enabled the ability to pay fees in whatever IBC token one has in it's wallet. Thus fees on ATOM network can be paid in JUNO, SCRT or HUAHUA. > > Another interesting feature that has been added to ATOM lately is Liquid staking through other networks, like \[Stride\]([https://stride.zone/](https://stride.zone/)) or \[Quicksilver\]([https://quicksilver.zone/](https://quicksilver.zone/)). The entire ATOM network is PoS and therefore largely depends on people staking their coins for network security. This means that a lot of the coins in the ATOM network are ' dead' so to speak as they are used for staking and nothing else. Liquid staking offers a solution by allowing people to tokenize their staked assets and use it for DeFi. This has brought significant more options to increase TVL, although this is at the moment hard to measure as all prices have fell by a lot since the introduction of liquid staking and therefore it can not be quantified. > > In Medellin during the \[Cosmoverse\]([https://cosmoverse.org/](https://cosmoverse.org/)) many ways of going forward were presented by speakers as continuation on the original roadmap which had now been completed. A \[new roadmap\]([https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmdC3YuZBUq5b9mEr3bKTDRq4XLcxafe3LHqDNFUgUoa61](https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmdC3YuZBUq5b9mEr3bKTDRq4XLcxafe3LHqDNFUgUoa61)) has been proposed for the years to come by several influential people including Ethan Buchman, one of the founders of Cosmos. Although the first draft of the proposal has been rejected by the community through governance, with the new proposed tokenomics that sparked some fierce debate, there are some very exciting things ahead. The fact that these options are even relayed to the community also emphasizes one of the advantages of Cosmos. Cosmos believes in the fact that the community owns the chain, it emphasizes on self-governance and sovereignty, and therefore every decision should be put up for a vote. Everything that influences the chain should be introduced by on-chain parameters that can be monitored and altered when desired by the community. \[More on the governance stance by Cosmos.\]([https://hub.cosmos.network/main/governance/state-of-cosmos-governance-2021.html](https://hub.cosmos.network/main/governance/state-of-cosmos-governance-2021.html)) > > The most interesting part of the proposed roadmap is the \[Interchain Security\]([https://blog.cosmos.network/interchain-security-is-coming-to-the-cosmos-hub-f144c45fb035](https://blog.cosmos.network/interchain-security-is-coming-to-the-cosmos-hub-f144c45fb035)), which is already being worked on. One of the critiques on ATOM is that the token does not add value. The most value it provides is by being a main criteria for receiving airdrops of other L1 chains that enter the IBC network. This will change with Interchain Security, coming in the first semester of 2023. Interchain Security allows chains to deploy on the IBC network without having to deal with securing their own chain and can thereby launch their products faster, focusing on their core business. Instead they can opt-in to have Gaia settle their blockchain and provide security. In return stakers of ATOM will receive tokens from the chains that are secured through Gaia as staking rewards. > > Edit: I am not sure why my embedded links are not working. :/ ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Cosmos) to find submissions for other topics.

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#Cosmos Pro-Arguments Below is a Cosmos pro-argument written by Shippior. > \[Cosmos\]([https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/cosmos-hub](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/cosmos-hub)) (ATOM) is a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain. It is the center of the Cosmos networks, including Osmosis, Juno, Secret, Evmos and 50+ other independent L1 chains which are all connected, called Gaia. Something that is not known to many people is that the Binance Chain actually uses the same software as Cosmos and is thus in theory compatible with Gaia. However so far Binance has made the design choice not to enable it as to keep their authority over their BNB chain ATOM uses a Byzantine Fault Tolerance as main consensus in it's \[Tendermint consensus\]([https://docs.tendermint.com/v0.34/introduction/what-is-tendermint.html](https://docs.tendermint.com/v0.34/introduction/what-is-tendermint.html)). > > The main strongsuit of Cosmos is the use of \[IBC\]([https://ibcprotocol.org/](https://ibcprotocol.org/)) (Inter-Blockchain Communication). It is a protocol that is integrated in the Tendermint Cosmos SDK that is used to trustlessly communicate between chains. This allows new chains using this SDK to quickly integrate into the entire network and make use of all the capabilities of the other chains. It can be compared to the relay chains of Polkadot, Cosmos' largest competitor, but at current value it looks like it is far more advanced than its Polkadot competitor, allowing chains to communicate and share value using pre-determined smart contracts allowing multichain interoperability. > > The APR of Cosmos, received from staking lies somewhat around 20% for most of the time. The annual inflation of ATOM is capped at 20% and bound by a lower limit of 7%. As long as 2/3rd of all ATOM in circulation is staked the inflation will slowly drop to as low as 7%. If less than 2/3rd of the ATOM is staked the inflation will increase, thereby increasing the staking rewards as to provide an incentive for people to stake their ATOM to secure the network. > > As of late the Cosmos network has received a couple of great upgrades. The first was around June of this year which was the Stargate upgrade. This was the final upgrade to complete the original roadmap of Cosmos. One of the parts of this upgrade was the Gravity Dex procotol which enabled cross-chain DeFi. Other upgrades enabled the ability to pay fees in whatever IBC token one has in it's wallet. Thus fees on ATOM network can be paid in JUNO, SCRT or HUAHUA. > > Another interesting feature that has been added to ATOM lately is Liquid staking through other networks, like \[Stride\]([https://stride.zone/](https://stride.zone/)) or \[Quicksilver\]([https://quicksilver.zone/](https://quicksilver.zone/)). The entire ATOM network is PoS and therefore largely depends on people staking their coins for network security. This means that a lot of the coins in the ATOM network are ' dead' so to speak as they are used for staking and nothing else. Liquid staking offers a solution by allowing people to tokenize their staked assets and use it for DeFi. This has brought significant more options to increase TVL, although this is at the moment hard to measure as all prices have fell by a lot since the introduction of liquid staking and therefore it can not be quantified. > > In Medellin during the \[Cosmoverse\]([https://cosmoverse.org/](https://cosmoverse.org/)) many ways of going forward were presented by speakers as continuation on the original roadmap which had now been completed. A \[new roadmap\]([https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmdC3YuZBUq5b9mEr3bKTDRq4XLcxafe3LHqDNFUgUoa61](https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/QmdC3YuZBUq5b9mEr3bKTDRq4XLcxafe3LHqDNFUgUoa61)) has been proposed for the years to come by several influential people including Ethan Buchman, one of the founders of Cosmos. Although the first draft of the proposal has been rejected by the community through governance, with the new proposed tokenomics that sparked some fierce debate, there are some very exciting things ahead. The fact that these options are even relayed to the community also emphasizes one of the advantages of Cosmos. Cosmos believes in the fact that the community owns the chain, it emphasizes on self-governance and sovereignty, and therefore every decision should be put up for a vote. Everything that influences the chain should be introduced by on-chain parameters that can be monitored and altered when desired by the community. \[More on the governance stance by Cosmos.\]([https://hub.cosmos.network/main/governance/state-of-cosmos-governance-2021.html](https://hub.cosmos.network/main/governance/state-of-cosmos-governance-2021.html)) > > The most interesting part of the proposed roadmap is the \[Interchain Security\]([https://blog.cosmos.network/interchain-security-is-coming-to-the-cosmos-hub-f144c45fb035](https://blog.cosmos.network/interchain-security-is-coming-to-the-cosmos-hub-f144c45fb035)), which is already being worked on. One of the critiques on ATOM is that the token does not add value. The most value it provides is by being a main criteria for receiving airdrops of other L1 chains that enter the IBC network. This will change with Interchain Security, coming in the first semester of 2023. Interchain Security allows chains to deploy on the IBC network without having to deal with securing their own chain and can thereby launch their products faster, focusing on their core business. Instead they can opt-in to have Gaia settle their blockchain and provide security. In return stakers of ATOM will receive tokens from the chains that are secured through Gaia as staking rewards. > > Edit: I am not sure why my embedded links are not working. :/ ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Cosmos) to find submissions for other topics.

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I will continue to accumulate XMR, RAIL, SCRT, and AZERO.

I quite agree with you on privacy-focused tokens. A few, like RAIL which is currently undervalued, AZERO, and SCRT, have significant potential and are likely to perform well in the next market cycle.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Privacy tokens mostly. SCRT, XMR, and RAIL .

Absolutely, taking responsibility and having self-confidence would be crucial in the coming run. Privacy projects should also be one to take a look at in the market. You can't get it wrong with assets like XMR, SCRT, RAIL in your portfolio.

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SCRT (Secret Network) is the King of privacy

Mentions:#SCRT
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VET, SCRT, NAV, btm, BAT, DRC, Dent…….

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SCRT secret is alaso a privacy coin

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

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I'm doing it with RAIL, XMR, and SCRT. The privacy narrative will be huge.

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Exactly this, i've got some really shit entries on stuff like DOT and SCRT i've made less shit over the last year, still down pretty bad but i'm in a decent bull 2x is not out of the question on these..

Mentions:#DOT#SCRT
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Absolutely, it's built on SCRT and Carter and team are heads down type builders. Please check it out it's a nice platform. SILK is cool too (which they built)

Mentions:#SCRT#SILK
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I closed down all my LP positions...KUJI thing I shut down... Basically it's ATOM and AKT and a little SCRT. My JUNO is still there, but worthless... I'm earning some stuff, bunchbof STRD tokens and whatnot... I'll take what it gives me but can't go deeper.... shame bc there's a lot of great stuff in the cosmos

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Which privacy coins do you guys have your eyes on? Apart from (XMR)Monero, I have my eyes on SCRT(Secret Network).

Mentions:#XMR#SCRT
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I completely agree. I got BNB, XRP, and ETH at the very bottom of the market, and I recently added SCRT and RAIL as privacy is gaining traction and their market caps are extremely low and relatively cheap.

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>They’ll just put everything in the same bag and call it money laundering. Basically the Tornado Cash argument, writing a code = money laundering I'm quite sure it's a matter of time they go for all privacy coins out there, the creators of Monero, SCRT Network, etc etc..

Mentions:#SCRT
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I support anyone building privacy in web3, because no single solution will ever cover everything. But SCRT is definitely my favorite and deserves respect for the sheer amount of pioneering the devs have done for and in the space.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Well said. Its lucky we have XMR, SCRT, ROSE and others. The devs on these platforms saw what was to come, I reckon. Disclaimer: I absolutely dont hold any of the above, at all.

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Indeed, shout out to every project in the space pushing privacy tech forward, our world is at a cross roads where those in power are systematically destroying our ability to maintain privacy by making it a "bad word" This is a battle worth fighting, and every team working on it is needed. SHD SCRT XMR NYM and every other team pushing the space forward.

Mentions:#SCRT#XMR#NYM
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I agree. I'm very bullish on all of the privacy projects. Monero, SCRT, Dusk, there are others.

Mentions:#SCRT
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SCRT is quite an interesting privacy project. Hoping it makes some moves on the next run.

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It is a press release, but this is a statement of action by SCRT I tend to like act now and talk later approach. https://ping.pub/secret/gov/264

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I’m hoping SCRT makes it into the conversation eventually. It’s an interesting little project.

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That is almost a year old. There was an official statement the same day that went out. Because SCRT worked with those white hats to mitigate before it was published. Official post: https://scrt.network/blog/notice-successful-resolution-of-xapic-vulnerability The upgrade following that event introduced 2 things, which further hardened the network against such an attack. 1st consensus key rotation, causing the key to rotate out at intervals and at need. 2nd MPC was integrated into consensus, meaning each validator only hold a fragment of the consensus key, so in a situation of that sort, a attacker will need to break the majority of validators instead of one, and they must do it before rotation. And 1 more side note on this downfall event, secret shut down new validators before that was circulated. I had wondered why when I saw it, then a day or two later, it made sense.

Mentions:#SCRT
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I’m still hoping that SCRT is a good coin to hold.

Mentions:#SCRT
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When it comes to privacy, there are only two choices Monero and Secret Network. XMR is the most reliable and proven privacy currency there is. SCRT is the best option for Privatizing any token.

Mentions:#XMR#SCRT
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Liquid staking here. I've got stETH via Lido, stATOM via Stride, stkd-SCRT with Shade protocol, and veOCEAN with Ocean Market (I further use this for data farming which is extra passive income).

Mentions:#stETH#SCRT
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Yep, still staking ETH, ATOM, SCRT and RCKT recently. I plan on getting ADE through airdrop and/or presale and I'm certainly staking it, for governance as I'm doing with STG.

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Yes. I'm currently staking ATOM & SCRT in my Keplr wallet, earning 20% APR. I'm planning to stake my MEVFREE as well when it goes live, and FLD token in order to unlock key discounts and features on the FluidAI X platform.

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Do you need ATOM or will any crypto on Keplr do? I only stake SCRT and SHD

Mentions:#ATOM#SCRT
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I suggest you buy more alts rather than Bitcoin, particularly those related to privacy. Nice low-cap token with 20x potential are RAIL, BEAM, and SCRT.

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Most air drops have been shit. Juno, if you got out early made some money, but that community is awful. All that said, I'm still happy to hold and stake ATOM and SCRT

Mentions:#ATOM#SCRT
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I hope so. I have a nice little position in ATOM and SCRT

Mentions:#ATOM#SCRT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

JUNO... SCRT... OSMO. Not selling them, but not building them either.

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Via Keplr wallet, I'm staking ATOM & SCRT to earn a decent APY of \~20% and providing liquidity to Camelot DEX (Arbitrum), mostly on solid pairs. On my free days, I try to increase my transaction nonces on the Zksync chain so as to qualify for their token drops next year. I also accumulate FluidAI TGE tickets via its reward program. This will unlock free FLD once the project launches.

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Ada, Matic, DOT, SCRT and added moons too!

Mentions:#DOT#SCRT
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I can’t see a future where monero is legal in most developed countries, hopefully projects like SCRT aren’t lumped into that.

Mentions:#SCRT
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In case people aren't familiar with the mentioned projects - 1. SCRT - Secret Network is a Layer-1 Smart Contracts Platform that is built using the Cosmos SDK. It achieves interoperability (including native asset transfers) through the IBC protocol (the highlight of the Cosmos ecosystem). It relies on Intel SGX enclaves a lot. Secret 2.0 is aiming to bring Homomorphic Encryption. It has had a bit of (issues w/ the leadership)[https://cointelegraph.com/news/secret-network-validator-shuts-down-nodes-after-leadership-turmoil], although these were earlier this year and I'm not aware of what came out of it. 2. SHD - The Shade Protocol is looking to launch a stablecoin on the Secret Network. The stablecoin will be called SILK, it won't be pegged to the currency of a single country but rather to a basket of assets. 3. XMR - It's Monero. 4. Nym - Nym is a mixnet where the blockchain is meant to be an incentive layer for running nodes on said mixnet. It's very much different from Secret, and is closer to Tor. Except you're incentivized to run the node. 5. Railgun - It's an Ethereum L2. I don't have much info on this. There's a couple of other privacy projects like - Dero, Oasis Network and [Penumbra](https://penumbra.zone/). I'm not too familiar with them though.

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alter dot net is a good one if you're into privacy, also free if you're staking a certain number of coins on the cosmos chains (i'm staking SCRT myself)

Mentions:#SCRT
r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

* **Privacy**\- SCRT * **AI**\- FET * **Tokenization**\- RIO * **Gaming**\- MUST * **Supply chain**\- MNW * **DEX**\- NXRA and JOE

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Yep, this is the fate for all "privacy" coins except those which are regulatory compliant. The ones I know of that have actually taken the time to be regulatory compliant are Secret Network (SCRT) and Oasis Network (ROSE). If anyone knows of any others, I'm happy to hear them, I'm kinda big on privacy.

Mentions:#SCRT#ROSE

Privacy - Secret Network (SCRT). AI - Ocean Protocol (OCEAN). Gaming - Axie Infinity (AXS). DEX - I'm conflicted here because there are many good DEXes but if I had to choose one, it would be Uniswap (UNI). DePIN - Currently exploring Weaver Labs, a revolutionary project for the telecom industry. Empowering sharing and monetization of telecom assets.

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Which Layer 0 coins are you currently investing in? I've already got my hands on privacy tokens like RAILS and SCRT, as well as some holdings in ANKR and UTK (decentralized storage and crypto payment tokens)

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Did you stake SCRT, ATOM or LUNA during the 2021 bull? [You can claim 70% of your SHADE protocol airdrop at last now that the final feature drops (staking)](https://app.shadeprotocol.io/airdrop) SHADE is a Private DEFI application built using SCRT, it's DEX is mostly paired with Liquid Staking Derivatives (LSDs) meaning LP etc usually has an instant unbounding period...and it's fully private. What has SHADE done all Bear????? They have been building sers....... Released: * Bonds * Lend * Bridge * SILK stablecoin launch * Wrap * Swap * Staking

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>Seven cryptocurrencies, namely Decred (DCR), Secret (SCRT), Verge (XVG), Navcoin (NAV), Zcash (ZEC), Dash (DASH) and PIVX, will stay listed on these platforms W for ZEC

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For me, If it supports staking, I will just stake it. Cosmos-based assets offer good APR- ATOM, SCRT, EVMOS, etc. Also, If I'm convinced the asset will appreciate over time, I could lend it on lending protocols such as AAVE, Credit Protocol, Compound, etc to earn decent APYs. But if staking or lending is not possible, I will simply hold it & DCA at regular intervals.

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Yeah I had it framed to me that he apparently saw some of his students getting rich off Secret (SCRT) before it was called that and he decided to make his own shitcoin and sell it to make himself and his buddies rich.

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Wtf is SCRT

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Just adding more as always. Btc and HBAR today. Probably more btc, eth, HBAR, ATOM, and SCRT if the bleeding gets worse next week

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>Why do you feel like ZKPs won’t be significant for scaling Ethereum? I probably didn't word my comment well enough, what I'm saying is that to me it seems like people in this subreddit see ZKPs as the end solution for anything privacy related, which just isn't the case. 1. ZKPs are hard to implement for dapp devs. 2. ZKPs are very computationally heavy compared to TEEs for example. They still have their use, ZKPs are great! I just see that use being limited to a smaller number of privacy applications than what people expect. Example; Want to hide your bank details, or some other very sensitive info? Better use ZKPs. Want to do something like hide private data of a poker game, fog of war in a normal game, voting systems etc. Better to use TEEs in that case. >Is there a TEEs utilising project easily applicable to current L1 dApps that is also planned for release soon? Sure, take Oasis or SCRT for example, they make it possible to apply privacy to any existing dapp on any EVM (eth, matic, arb, op, fantom, etc) in under an hour of your time. There are other projects that do the same, I just dont follow those well enough. Again, all im saying is ZKPs are currently just more known and thus make people think its the only solution out there and applicable to anything privacy related. Which just isnt the case imo.

Mentions:#SCRT#EVM
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SCRT isn't and has never been a privacy coin though. If you want privacy you just have to convert to sSCRT. It's not exactly complicated, you could just read up on it instead of jumping to conclusions lol

Mentions:#SCRT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This. **and** projects like SCRT (Secret Network) also does things like provide programmable privacy so you can transact online while hiding vital financial, health, or other info and it is only available to those who NEED to see it, and it gives you control to determine who that is. It can also prevent things like front running in DeFi. SO yeah its not all about tax evasion, malware scams, and drugs like people always assume.

Mentions:#SCRT#SO
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Monero is just too good at what it does. It's incredibly hard to trace. More details from the article... At least four European countries where the delisting will become operational soon: France, Italy, Poland and Spain. It's not just Monero, also: Zcash (ZEC), Dash (DASH), Verge (XVG), Beam (BEAM), Decred (DCR), Secret (SCRT), Horizen (ZEN), MobileCoin (MOB), Navcoin (NAV), Firo (FIRO), and PIVX (PIVX).

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That’s odd: SCRT isn’t a privacy coin, only sSCRT is.

Mentions:#SCRT
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Any affiliation with privacy coins as well it seems. SCRT is on there while not being a chain that does anon transactions, but probably just because of their Monero bridge.

Mentions:#SCRT
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Yeah, I'm cool with ATOM, OSMO, and SCRT. Osmosis has been a gigantic gateway to assets exchange on Cosmos hub but it looks like Shade Protocol is changing the game with its ShadeSwap DEX since the start of Secret Surge. It's unprecedently becoming the Cosmos hub for liquidity.

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This was the first time I heard someone hating on SCRT because of the claim that the devs are sketchy AF! You must have mistaken who is sketchy, if anyone. I just can't understand why the mistake of one person is being used against the whole network. Moreover, the fact that this has been promptly addressed and the network has moved on with outstanding development and progress. However, other people are still taking advantage of that to spread FUD, which is weird. By the way, from your analysis of the Cosmos ecosystem, no one should even consider that again. That's not the case, as nothing or no one is perfect except those who correct mistakes and never repeat them again.

Mentions:#SCRT#FUD
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It's a great idea to accumulate more SCRT and ATOM. With the Secret Surge still in play, I've noticed a flock of liquidity to the Secret ecosystem, with the likes of ShadeSwap and Blizzard DEXes are nailing it as well. So yeah, adding some SHD and SNO might be a great decision.

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I basically follow where I see opportunities. Most of the chains have a story behind the very first usage. My first task on Ethereum was swapping ETH for OCEAN on Uniswap, Ethereum was basically all there was then so used it a lot. BSC, Polygon, was as a result of airdrop tasks, ATOM was because I needed to buy SCRT. Cronos, curiosity and so on. Special benefits mostly involves chains without tokens yet, they are always likely to do airdrops, zkysync and layerzero is current case in point. This also works for protocols/projects. I'm definitely interacting with Weaver Labs (if possible), as I'm doing Overline too.

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I hate SCRT personally, the network literally never worked for me and the devs are sketchy AF. I lost thousands of dollars and Juno, Neta and Raw so not too into that ecosystem, semi-sketchy devs there too. EVMOS seems very dead after a bunch of hype I never understood. Osmosis is the best dex around but it did get hacked... Maybe some Hua, it's meme coin season? ORAI gets a good piece of the AI pumps when they happen. I can't keep up with all the new projects and airdrops but almost all of them see sus to me.