tldr; Abracadabra Money, a multi-chain stablecoin minting platform, is considering registering its DAO as a centralized legal entity. The proposal aims to address issues such as intellectual property theft and conflicts within the community. The team plans to give responsibilities like managing server expenses and protecting intellectual property to a legal body. They are considering crypto-friendly countries like Malta, Switzerland, Bermuda, and Singapore as possible jurisdictions. The decision will be made through a majority vote of SPELL token holders. This move follows similar actions taken by other DeFi protocols in response to regulatory challenges. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
Here's what's been suspended: Polkastarter (POLS) via BNB Smart Chain Alchemy Pay (ACH) via BNB Smart Chain Beefy.Finance (BIFI) via Fantom Network SuperVerse (SUPER) via BNB Smart Chain Travala (AVA) via Ethereum Network Spell Token (SPELL) via Avalanche C-Chain Alpaca Finance (ALPACA) via Fantom Network Harvest Finance (FARM) via BNB Smart Chain
I've made profit on tonnes of projects. I literally made money on APT over last night. That said I did a 50-60x on BNB, SPELL, LUNA. Bought BNB at $10. LUNA at $0.60. Bought tonnes of other stuff that did a 10-20x. Ideally you want to get in early. If a coin makes it to a big exchange it has already become popular so chances are you have missed most of the ride. That said I bought ETH sub $100 in 2018. The trick is to try find solid projects to buy and hold at a lower price. You say only buy top 5/10 but how do you think those coins got there in the first place?
tldr; Binance US will delist TRON (TRX) and Spell (SPELL) from its trading platform on April 18. The exchange said it will continue to support USDT and USDC stablecoins issued on the TRON network. The move comes three weeks after the SEC accused Tron founder Justin Sun of manipulating the price of TRX and BTT. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
The flow for the second leg up was really wonky and didn't seem organic. Felt like a second unnatural push up so big players would have liquidity to exit into. I sold as soon as market structure broke on the daily time frame. Sold almost everything when BTC was around 58k. I'd also sold a lot of my bigger positions like BNB and SPELL nearer the top.
TL;DR Onchain research has discovered that wallets connected to Sam Bankman-Fried, the co-founder of FTX, transferred a number of previously unreported transactions across various blockchains. The transfers were discovered by Conor Grogan, a director at Coinbase, and while most of the transactions took place on 28 December 2022, there was some recent activity in the first few days of 2023. Bankman-Fried has denied involvement in the transactions and said he does not have access to the funds. Some of the transactions were carried out on blockchains including Polygon, Binance Smart Chain (BSC), Arbitrum, and Avalanche. The addresses saw outbound movements for coins including MATIC, AVAX, USDC, USDT, BTCB, WBTC, SPELL, PTP, MDX, and others. Onchain researcher Ergo has also tweeted about some FTX-linked bitcoin movements on 4 January 2023, stating: "Likely bankruptcy team activity."
SPELL because degens love leverage especially during a bull run. MIM overcollateralized and has suffered about as much bad press as a protocol can get but keeps returning to peg. FTM if they rebrand. Better tech works faster and smoother than MATIC. Less fees than MATIC.
No. The MEV bot is deployed on the Ethereum mainnet just like a smart-contract. So, if the transaction gets front-run by some other bot, the bot with lower fee will just decimate the transaction. And, it will hold the SPELL tokens. The final swap doesn't occur.
​ Then, it swapped 35,702 MCB tokens for 234,881 SPELL tokens on uniswap V2. Finally, swapped 234,881 SPELL tokens for 96.12 Ether on Sushiswap. So, MEV bot, through this arbitrage trading made a profit of 95.5 Ether. But, as it is a bot, and arbitrage trading has to be done in an instant, he gave 93 Ether as gas fees. So, net profit of 2.5 Ether (after gas fees)
Well it’s multiple transactions carried out at once. It goes from 0.245 WETH > MCB, which is then transferred to another address and converted to SPELL, which is again transferred and converted into 96 WETH. They then pay 93 ETH in fees so they turned 0.245 ETH into 3 ETH. It looks like a normal arbitrage bot to me.
I become more of a BTC maxi every day. It feels like every week a project gets slapped with controversy. I haven’t even been massively effected yet, but LUNA (which I sold before the bear thank god), SPELL, CRO, and now HNT are all getting kicked for various reasons. Seems an awful lot like my attempts to “diversify” would’ve just been better served in Bitcoin honestly!
My risk tolerance has dropped quite a bit and at the same time I find that real life too frequently demands this "only money you're willing to lose" in large amounts, so I devised a new strategy that mitigates risk while providing a great upside if coins reach $.25 or more. 10k tokens of each: VTHO, ONE, SPELL, SC, CKB (got all of this for around $200 so zero worries) If just one of these hits a quarter then magic Internet money suddenly appears to pay some bills letting my bank account take a break. If I let it ride beyond to, dare I say, fifty cents or even a dollar, then hot damn that's a great ROI. Gonna do this with new cryptos that are relatively low with a clear use-case. I won't get rich, but I won't lose my ass either. I'll land somewhere in-between where the reward far outweighs the risk.
This absolutely could leave them with bad debt. Something similar recently happened to Abracadabra where the founder Dani was liquidated on his SPELL position which did not have sufficient liquidity, this left him with a $100k loan not backed by any collateral.
I've been calling out MIM and SPELL for months. The dev's are associated with failed projects and one of the primary dev's was literally behind the Quadriga rugpull. After the team found out that Sifu was behind that they swept it under the rug and tried to hide that they knew about it.
I don't know what osmosis is but I got screwed holding SPELL, ALCX and using Qubit on BNB chain so since then, I don't use DeFi, I just stake my NEAR and ICP. It's a lot safer and there are comparable gains.
I’m invested about $130… 1oo,ooo,ooo ELON 3 ICP 1,8oo SLP 3,ooo SPELL If I lose it all, no worries, if I make a profit, even if a little, it’s like scratching a scratchoff.. I’ll be happy as hell with my couple $$
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But this is just regurgitated Reddit nonsense too. We do find this stuff. I made 12k from the COPE airdrop. I bought SPELL super early. I bought LUNA at $0.60. I'm eligible for the optimism airdrop. I could go on. "Nobody knows shit about fuck is cope for people not willing to do the hard work".
Cutting your losses is hard, but necessary. I've been fortunate to only lose a few hundred on some duds, which I made up for in others. Held SHIB for months, finally dumped it when I broke even. Held ICP and dumped it at a loss, but thankfully my bag was small. Held SPELL for a while, dumped that at a loss too.
SPELL went down because of pure FUD and will rise again. My point is I really dislike when people lump everybody together as in "everybody has an opinion, it's all worthless" as that is simply not true. People who obsessively study this shit and devote their lives to analyzing the given data in order to make predictions are NOT on the same playing field as everyone else, and their opinion ought to be given special privilege.
That and SPELL have been my only forays - COVAL is just bleeding without much in the way of updates, and SPELL got wrecked by the Wonderland trainwreck because of Daniele Sesta’s involvement. So needless to say they both went great 😅
Yes. Depends on the protocol. Obviously if a stable coin is at 0.83 when it is supposed to be at 1 there is a problem. Most stable coins depend on a treasury buying and selling automatically to keep it at 1, but again each individual stablecoin has it's own protocol. I would say look out for negatives besides the protocol itself, such as lack of audits or transparency. Something like MIM/SPELL for example has previous associations with failed projects and a rugpuller, and although the team kicked the rugpuller off after people found out (even though *they* knew for months) the treasury is still in the hands *of the people who knew who he was and said nothing*. These are the kind of red flags to look out for in stablecoins. Do they have the money they say the coin market cap supports and can they prove it? Are the team members doxxed? Is the project associated with anything negative, including failed projects?
Yeah just yesterday I converted all my SPELL that finally went green into JUNO..finally seen sense...gotta build up hard before the halving in October...and I might start converting a few into atom along the way, as I think atom has a higher return potential in 5-6 years.
Smart or dumb? Put $100 into 9 different altcoins (a mix of good bets and longshots) + #ethereum and forget about that wallet for 5 years. Stop stressing and focus on living your best life beyond #crypto? $CKB $ONE $CRO #Dogecoin #APECOIN $SPELL $TONIC $ADA $SHIB
Any new coin that surpasses the 1 billion mcap on day 1 I would avoid. It’s tempting to buy but it’s current mcap at 4 billion and it was just released a few days ago scares me. I’m not saying it’s like JASMY or SPELL both which have gone to hell. But I think Ape is building up for a major dump.