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NAI is a perfect example of a DeFi token to buy considering how token holders are going to be incentivized by projects building in the ecosystem just like how TIA and INJ holders were incentivized.

Mentions:#NAI#TIA#INJ

ATOM and it's entire ecosystem (HUAHUA, TIA,MARS, SECRET JUNO etc..) is hot trash wow. Im slowly bleeding to death, if I went with SOL or AVAX or anyfuckingthing else Id be up by a lot. I keep telling myself we're due for a pump but I'm just going deeper in the hole..

Dumb question where is everyone referencing this table from? Link? TIA

Mentions:#TIA

So what’s the plan with TIA, am I just unlucky at this stage

Mentions:#TIA

My goodness am I bad at picking short term alts. I picked up TIA & SEI at the end of February because I thought they were going to keep running but all they did was bleed. Just yesterday I decided to dump TIA and instead picked up RNDR. Also, I still have my SEI. I see how people with short time frames lose it all so quickly. Luckily this is essentially my gambling money but damn it stings.

Mentions:#TIA#SEI#RNDR

Just had a look at the TIA weekly chart since it launched on Binance and LOL'd. What a piece of trash.

Mentions:#TIA

Lost 5 grand in the blink of eye. Remember sitting on curb looking at my phone, watching it plummet. Then again a day(or so) later, same spot. How many knives can you catch? I got two hands, I can put my foot out. Caught a few. That is the day algorithmic stable coin became an officially a bad idea (was before but the proof was in the 60 Billion to zero pudding). Lesson learned, can't believe Justin Son tried it again in the aftermath. Go tron! That being said, Terra got me into Atom, while Atom has been it's own stable coin that I am still actually slightly down in, it has lead to several airdrops worth much more than the 5 grand I had in Luna/UST/Anchor. So net positive in the end. At least a 4-5x (was a lot higher a month or so ago with TIA at 20 bucks) up until know. Who knows in the end could be a 10, 20x or zero. Just steady lads, deploy more capital (Little by little)

Mentions:#TIA

Origintrail TRAC is it pretty amazing project should do quite well this run I think Celestia TIA will also do well

Mentions:#TRAC#TIA

BTC? No, thats old school😇😇😇😇, have 250 TIA🤣👌

Mentions:#BTC#TIA

I bought the dip across my QANx, SEI and TIA bags. I'm more than bullish on layer 1 coins

Mentions:#SEI#TIA

Most 'Dextard' Defy coins are, but the Atoms, HBAR's, Bitcoins, Eth, Apto, SUI, TIA and other independent layer 1 top 50 blockchains are legit.

Mentions:#HBAR#SUI#TIA

What the difference between node and a miner? And what’s the point of the node, do you get paid or can you process your own btc transactions for cheaper or something? TIA

Mentions:#TIA

They are constantly delivering airdrops for staking, such as TIA and DYM recently. Other than that, there’s not much use for the coin tbh

Mentions:#TIA#DYM

Cosmos is a very interesting project. They’ve got great tech. They are the first one to do the modular blockchain that Ethereum is currently working on. Some really good chains have come out of it. TIA, LUNA(it’s not cosmos fault do kwon fucked it up), osmo, etc. I think the coin is under valued. But that’s just my opinion I don’t hold any ATOM

Just this year, my Atom bag gave me $TIA, $DYM, $SAGA airdrops, all worth $5k+ each. I don’t care about Atom’s price and will keep on compounding and staking because it is the crypto god of wealth distribution.

Mentions:#TIA#DYM#SAGA

It does not. Cronos is just another L1 in the Cosmos ecosystem just as Cosmos Hub (ATOM) is. ATOM, TIA, OSMO, CRO, are L1s built on top of the Cosmos technology stack.

Received 275 TIA and paperhanded it for 2$

Mentions:#TIA

No, staking on an exchange does not count towards airdrops! you can easily transfer them to a wallet like Keplr / Leap. And the recent airdrops were really worth it, TIA was worth 3 figures for most people and by discontinuing Tia together with Atom you got DYM which also came to around that amount

Mentions:#TIA#DYM

That's because the Cosmos ecosystem is not the Cosmos Hub blockchain (ATOM). ATOM is just another L1 like TIA, OSMO, etc. built on top of the Cosmos ecosystem technology stack. ATOM could literally disappear and it would have no effect on the rest of the Cosmos ecosystem. It really is just a mascot chain.

I agree. I used to find it bullish that LUNA(😅), TIA, SEI, INJ, DYM etc were all cosmos projects but they really have no effect on ATOM

Staking ATOM gave people TIA/ SAGA/ DYM airdrops and other more...each of them were high 4 figures, low 5 figure airdrops. ATOM is far from dead, just the coin itself didnt move much.

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You sound knowledgeable and may be able to answer my question if I wan to collect btc premium on ledgerx goin either way do I want it to stay otm like in other indexes, is it different with forex? Also must I own BTC to be able to write the contract to collect premium on it? TIA i appreciate your response I could definitely use some clarity before going in…

Mentions:#BTC#TIA
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Okay someone help me out. Been watching Bitcoin for a bit and it seemed it’s highs were 66-68k and lows were about 60-61k. I wanted to finally buy some more and hoped to at 60-61k but now I’m hearing about this halving and everything and have just been out of the loop. Wth is going on? Is the lows I’ve seen not the “low” anymore? It seems my buy target of 60-61k is a few weeks old now. TIA

Mentions:#TIA

You buy SOL now? Good luck. For the wallets, why do you keep them in an exchange? You'll miss out on airdrops. Especially if you hold TIA. I can recommend Tangent. With that you can connect to many networks and all the dApps that support wallet connect.

Mentions:#SOL#TIA
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I've done enough research to understand Bitcoin at a basic/intermediate level. I "googled" and "duck-duck-goed" how to buy my first amount of bitcoin, but before I pull the trigger on it, what is the best way to buy them? I live in Australia, but I assume it won't matter? TIA.

Mentions:#TIA

FET, TIA, MATIC, SEI, ADA, DOT are memecoins to you? Every top 10 alt fell 50-60% since last week. Open your eyes.

ATOM isn't the worst investment. It's practically a stablecoin with the added benefit of regular airdrops. Been holding my bag for 2 years and I'm only up 4% after the weekend dip, but getting TIA, DYM, and SAGA drops in the last few months has made holding worthwhile. Also, I reckon HBAR might be a slow burner. Its governance council is outrageous - Google, IBM, Boeing, Deutsche Telekom, Nomura, Dell, Standard Bank, LG + many more. Rarely in the limelight, but it's growing.

TIA, SEI, SUI. Trying to broaden my altcoin bags a bit

Mentions:#TIA#SEI#SUI

At least TIA is getting some bids. The only green I see in my portfolio.

Mentions:#TIA

Tbh! I have TIA in my watchlist as well, but I never got a chance to do a bit of deep dive in its potential.

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My main source of crypto is on Revolut. I thought by transferring to a wallet it kept them safer. I clearly read wrongly, or misunderstood, that it’s cheaper to buy on Binance and transfer to TW. If I want to buy, hold then eventually sell, what platform do you recommend? TIA

Mentions:#TW#TIA

My TIA and INJ bags are down 15%. ATOM bag still green. Made over $2k in airdrops since February. Not phased.

Mentions:#TIA#INJ#ATOM

So are all the additional airdrops I've claimed for staking the TIA and DYM I received. Won't rule out selling a portion if there's another coin I want, but will definitely stake a good chunk, as I have done for years with Cosmos projects.

Mentions:#TIA#DYM

And many other better Layer 1s like INJ TIA SUI FTM etc

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I watch both and others.I like Reaol Pal and ol’ Jason at TIA investors, impact theory is pretty interesting sometimes.. I’m new and have heard all of the horror stories so I’m just trying to stick to some solid stuff. I played around with the get rich quick jargon, in one weekend learned real quick to stay out of that. Lost a little coin, got hijaked through a shitty site and had my coins stole. I know it was my fault and I’m not whining about it. I’m glad it went all bad in the first round of playing around in that space. Cost me a little, but will save me a ton by realizing where I don’t fit in. It’s not very hard to buy and hodl. Not much risk in that.

Mentions:#TIA

Hi, I accidentally transferred ETH instead of ETHOLD to my Poloniex account. ETH is the newer token that's supposed to replace ETHOLD. Both are TRON tokens, however Poloniex no longer supports deposit/withdraw of ETH via the TRON network. I used the same TRON address for this erroneous transfer as I have done previously with my ETHOLD transfers to Poloniex. I already reached out to Poloniex and am waiting for a response. I know I can't expect much in these types of situations, but does anyone have experience getting their tokens back in situations like this? TIA. (I've transferred tokens so many times before without issues but mistook ETH for ETHOLD, unfortunately.)

Mentions:#ETH#TIA

Hi, I accidentally transferred ETH instead of ETHOLD to my Poloniex account. ETH is the newer token that's supposed to replace ETHOLD. Both are TRON tokens, however Poloniex no longer supports deposit/withdraw of ETH via the TRON network. I used the same TRON address for this erroneous transfer as I have done previously with my ETHOLD transfers to Poloniex. I already reached out to Poloniex and am waiting for a response. I know I can't expect much in these types of situations, but does anyone have experience getting their tokens back in situations like this? TIA. (I've transferred tokens so many times before without issues but mistook ETH for ETHOLD, unfortunately.)

Mentions:#ETH#TIA

There are like another 15 chains better than those, INJ, DYM, TIA, KUJI, AEVO etc etc etc

TIA? Seriously? Good luck with that. Not that LRC is much better, but it's like going from the frying pain into the fire or whatever TF the idiom is.

Mentions:#TIA#LRC

It looks a solid project. There's been some hype around it for a while. Main airdrop for ATOM and TIA stakers. Like TIA and DYM before it, I will probably stake it. Don't use Binance. Don't care what Binance users do with whatever they farm before Tuesday. But looking forward to seeing what the project can do.

Mentions:#ATOM#TIA#DYM

Can you please make some instructional videos, preferably with your mouth agape on the thumbnail, with a big ass green arrow pointing at stacks of cash? TIA

Mentions:#TIA

It's definitely stable, but dead? TBC I guess. I'm a massive fan of the Cosmos ecosystem. It's still super active in terms of development and governance. New project are utilizing the tech and still dropping to ATOM stakers. I'm comfortable holding for now. My ATOM bag is only up 40%, but I've made more than enough from airdrops to make holding it all this time worthwhile. TIA, DYM, with SAGA (looks like it might be another big one) and HAVA coming next week.

Hold and stake. Atom airdrops are the best, DYM and TIA gave me 2x my atom bag alone. Hopefully in the future the ATOM token itself gets some proper demand

Mentions:#DYM#TIA#ATOM

Some airdrops went under the radar then exploded later, like TIA, whilst others were massively hyped then went kind of quiet after launch, like Jupiter. What do you think Wormhole will do? Obviously quite a large market cap already.

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There is an airdrop coming for  ATOM, OSMO, JUNO, TIA, INJ, CHIHUAHUA, and holders of WOSMO. Hava Coin. Check your eligibility https://havacoin.xyz/eligibility-check - or just google it for yourself.. Opt-in ends on Wed, 03 Apr 2024 13:20:00 GMT

There is an airdrop coming for  ATOM, OSMO, JUNO, TIA, INJ, CHIHUAHUA, and holders of WOSMO. Hava Coin. Check your eligibility [https://havacoin.xyz/eligibility-check](https://havacoin.xyz/eligibility-check) - or just google it for yourself..

sounds like it's time to load up on TIA

Mentions:#TIA

The TIA chart is one of the ugliest charts in all of crypto. Stay away from this shitcoin. Rare "financial advice" from me. But seriously, fuck TIA! LOL!

Mentions:#TIA

…and why is TIA shit?

Mentions:#TIA

and why is TIA shit?

Mentions:#TIA

TIA is seriously shit. Someone with literally an infinite amount of TIA is constantly dumping it. It's a miracle I managed to get out of it with a small profit. NFA

Mentions:#TIA

Is it a good time to ape into $TIA and $DYM?

Mentions:#TIA#DYM

Pretty crazy that some high flyers in the past december like INJ, TIA is now close to yearly low and now close to negative YTD gains.

Mentions:#INJ#TIA

Easy 100x is gonna be CELESTIA TIA, Filecoin, and Helium HNT, maybe not filecoin. But HNT and TIA both have good current price + low circulating supply which = easy 100x. For TIA to got to 200 dollars it would take less than half the gains solana has done in the past 2 months.

Mentions:#TIA#HNT
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Thanks for the info. I almost nested in 2012 and almost again when it was 18k a year or two ago. 🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️ I dont know why I slept on it at 18k. I think I was just afraid of going further down and unsure when it'd go back up. Plus, a private equity investor/advisor told me cash is king at that time. Dammit. Can you let me know what's the best route to invest and how to take out when it's gone up?? I'm guessing cashapp is not a good route. What do I use, and how do I put it in a wallet? As I'm assuming, cashapp would be the exchange market, and I read that's like banking in a casino. And then, how do you take the money out into usd? Advice on getting the least taxed? Do you recommend I put in, say, 1k today? Or should I spread it out over the next month or so? TIA!

Mentions:#TIA

Yep, same. I dumped 2/3 of my INJ (and TIA) awhile back because I did not want a large part of my portfolio doing nothing. Kept the rest staked for airdros because potential gains were worth that much of the hit. Can't get married to your bags no matter how well they performed before.

Mentions:#INJ#TIA

Atom still seems healthy... TIA not looking as good these days.

Mentions:#TIA

Yeah, they have the same $TIA tag, so maybe Tiamonds might be trying too piggy back off Celestia's success. I didn't know two coins could have the same symbol.

Mentions:#TIA

As someone with semi-experience, I would advise you to, first of all, get your coins out of Coinbase. Not your keys, not your coins/property. Also staking rewards on Coinbase are (a lot) lower than staking rewards on the actual networks. For example, staking Atom on CB might seem reasonable, but you're not eligible to any of the free airdrops you'd get from staking Atom on the Cosmos hub, like TIA, DYM or recently NIM airdrops. If you want a pretty seamless experience, try the Algorand blockchain and Pera wallet. Not only do you get near instant finality on transactions, it'll only cost you 0,001 Algo in transaction fees and it's nearly impossible to get scammed or get flooded with scam-coins, because you have to opt-in through a smart contract to be able to receive a certain coin. For exchanges, I'd recommend Tinyman, it's very intiutive to swap, pool and/or farm. But hey, try it out yourself, see how the different networks work, what the fees are and draw your own conclusions :-)

Mentions:#TIA#DYM#NIM

Guys can somebody explain why Celestia TIA is only decreasing in price? It has lost 50% from its ATH from February. This one was looking very promising

Mentions:#TIA#ATH

TIA and INJ. lol

Mentions:#TIA#INJ

TIA im only up 62% since I bought wtf

Mentions:#TIA

Atm Manta and TIA.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Fucking TIA lol. I bought after it spiked to $18 for the “airdrops”

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What you guys think of TIA

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I got liquidated 2 times this year alone. Around 5 times in total since i got into crypto back in 2021. The recent liquidation, i got into SOL at $102, then stupidly took binance dual investment, thinking that sol might go down more, so while hodling, might as well gain more sol, but i was wrong. A week after i took it, sol went up around 30%. It was hard to see my acc gain that much knowing it would all gone soon after the dual investment reach its date. Revenge trade, i went all in on celestia, thinking i could catch up but TIA just went bleeding down. Took some losses, revenge trade again using margin. This is the start of my downfall. I got in the middle of the chop last weekend and what's left from my $6800 capital right now is less than $200. Now i dont look at the chart anymore, i had enough of it, just DCA BTC daily. Very small amount. I am living with the help of my mom paying some of my expenses. I am married, we got 3 kids. 😔

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All quiet on the airdrop front, which was a major catalyst for the pump, but announcements and snapshots can come out of the blue so I don't plan on unstaking anytime soon. FYI since relevant, 9 days left to claim the SAGA airdrop. ATOM and TIA stakers were eligible.

Mentions:#ATOM#TIA

Yup, the majority are dumping, and I wish I had extra funds today so I could increase my XTP, TARA, and TIA bags. WAGMI!

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If I said anything other than Bitcoin, I could be accused of shilling a bag. Bitcoin is basically on the level of silver at this point, so if you have a long enough time horizon, you can't go wrong with bitcoin. Other projects I've invested in are ETH, LRC (Loopring), ADA, and SOL, and I've got some smaller bags of INJ, TIA, SEI, and SUI. Of all of these Loopring probably has the most room to grow because it's still down quite a bit from its ATH.

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they have the same warning with any new coin. TIA showed it (probably still does). AERO and VELO i believe as well. There's been a bunch over the last year or two. I wouldn't worry about it...just recognize newer projects tend to have less vetting and therefore has a little added risk. remember luna and ftx played in the crypto landscape for years without any issues before things crumbled...the longer you've been around, the more tested the project (though there are no projects, even btc, without some risk, as is with all investments).

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Not on the same level as some of these, but I bought about $100 TIA when it was a couple bucks and sold for like $5 profit. If I held I’d be up 7x. Also Bonk. Put 300 when it was pumping, bought at around 0.000040, sold when it went down to .25.

Mentions:#TIA
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It wouldn’t necessarily gain a higher value. I don’t think diluted market cap in itself is a very useful metric. The main thing people look at is whether there’s a big difference between the two.  I think the key point is, if most of the tokens haven’t been issued yet, the new tokens will dilute the value of existing ones, and you might want to consider that before investing. That’s why tokens that pay a high percentage in staking rewards (like TIA) may or may not be a good investment- you’re getting a lot of interest, but their value is being diluted at the same time. 

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Thanks for taking the time to respond, just a couple of questions: - why would the value be „diluted“? And how does the value actually get diluted. In your example I understand then that for example 1 TIA is worth 1$ before more are issued, then it becomes e.g with 0.5$ (just throwing out a random number that is lower). How would it regain a higher value then?

Mentions:#TIA
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AKT, TIA, DYM. And those last two launched with very successful airdrops. Cosmos has been one of the hottest ecosystems so far this cycle.

Mentions:#AKT#TIA#DYM
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INJ, AVAX and TIA are like get outta here red, nice to see which coins are bucking the trend rn. Also a shout-out to NEAR holders your bags are looking nice today, and I'm regretting that I never bought

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Let’s use TIA as an example. It has 170.2 million tokens in circulation, but more are being issued. The total number will be 1 billion tokens. These new tokens will dilute the value of existing tokens. Market cap is the value of all the tokens in circulation. (For TIA, this is about $3 billion.)  Diluted market cap is how much all billion tokens would be worth at current prices. (For TIA, this is about $18 billion.) 

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Typically you load all your transactions and produce a form that is attached to your 1040 when you file which shows your capital gains. In your case, since you’ve held over 1 year then you would pay tax on capital gains. However it sounds like you missed reporting on your tax return for a couple years so not sure how that will play. I’ve been in the game for a few years. I use crypto dot com/tax. The app is made by crypto_com however it is independent of the app and exchange. An account there is not required to use the tax software. Why do I use Crypto_coms? - it’s free - it imports trx from multiple blockchains - it has integration with a few exchanges - it allows for manual csv upload - it can handle high volume trx. I have about 8k transactions per year on average - once I’m done validating, I click a button and all documentation needed is produced. It’s versatile and there’s probably better crypto tax software out there however it’s free. Plus I’ve used it in prior years so my history is built up. Some gripes I have with it: - not much support - no community to crowdsource help - some newer tokens don’t exist and need to be manually added (TIA for example) - they just slow on development but it works I recommend it.

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Hey everyone, I'd like to introduce you to NULS, a blockchain project that deserves more attention. Have you heard of Celestia (TIA)? Well, imagine a similar concept, but with a working product that's been around for years - that's NULS. NULS operates on the basis of modular design, with independent modules that seamlessly integrate to form a fully functional platform. NULS has been implementing this approach long before it became a trend. If you're interested in the potential of modular design, NULS is definitely worth exploring. I've been following this project for a while now, so if you have any questions, feel free to ask!

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TIA and INJ were on my top watchlist when someone asked yesterday and they’re still both up 5-15%

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So if im reading right, and numbering right: If im mining at $0.05/kWh the 30% excise tax on electricity would make that $0.065/kWh instead, No? TIA for any elaboration

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TIA and DYM are easy to day trade as they both go up and down a lot. I can turn $200 into $800+ on a good day. $76k total for the last 6+ months

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Can i ask your experience veteran crypto redditor, what ussually happens when its Eid Mubarak ( biggest holiday for moslem ) which will happens in 1 month. TIA

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For the short term top of my list as of now is TIA, Auction, INJ, still LTC after a slight retrace, and I am a believer in Ethereum classic. I like proof of work. Ive done well on WAGMI games this month. Wait for this next big retrace down and that one and could be a good entry

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I bought TIA at the top, if it helps.

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