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We're back - WAGMI

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BITCOIN is an IQ Test that 95% + of the world has failed

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(SERIOUS) it’s just a rock on Solana

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(SERIOUS) It’s just a Rock on Solana

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Coz of Bitcoin, I think I am now richer than my boss, and my boss’s boss. But i dont think i should let them know.

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If I am the ONLY sane person around money and Bitcoin amongst ALL my friends and families, does that make me crazy? Every time I have doubt I come on here just to know that there are you guys out there so thank you Reddit Hodlers. WAGMI together.

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Alex Becker has joined WAGMI Games as an official advisor.

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2020 November $30k at Euphoria 📈 2023 November $30k at Bear Market 🐻 . MOON x WAGMI

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Introducing the WAGMI Competition: Win Big with a 4 BNB Reward!

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Kinetix ($KFI) - Sesta making Kava the home for his new project (WAGMI) means Kinetix is one to watch

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Dani Sesta back from his hiatus - his new project WAGMI just launched on Kava

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A good list of (cheap or free) things to do for the next 180 days, to help accumulate/HODL Bitcoin and pass time generally:

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Think we wont see $15000 Bitcoin again from Jan 2023, just like we wont see $3000 Bitcoin again from Jan 2019

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I never really thought India is an advanced fintech country until I saw this: Bitcoin ownership is MORE THAN SUM OF ALL OTHER COUNTRIES COMBINED! For a developing country this level of adoption is stunning, this is combined folk wisdom from one of the oldest nation on Earth. WAGMI

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WAGMI NEWS FLASH! HSBC allows mortgage and loan payments in cryptocurrencies

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Becoming a crypto Millionare, what steps should you take?

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WAGMI Games, a driving force in the Web3 entertainment world, is set to release its eagerly anticipated Founder’s Packs tomorrow, September 27th.

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With Daniele Sesta returning and launching his project on Kava - Kinetix (KFI) is a coin to look into

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Daniele Sesta is back has evolved "Sorbetto Fragola". DeFi revival soon?

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IMHO, Blackrock is a gateway to Bitcoin for institutional money, just like Coinbase is a gateway to Bitcoin for retail money.

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Daniele Sesta is back from his hiatus and has evolved "Sorbetto Fragola". DeFi revival soon?

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WAGMI Games Takes Center Stage in Crypto's First Reality TV Show 'The Next Crypto Gem'

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Bitcoins mc is $500bn right now……if it over takes 5% of fiat……then by my calculation:

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What does your portfolio look like? And how has it fared?

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$15,000 gone in 15 seconds

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Is It 2022 Again? Comedian Adam DeVine Appears in Strange Ad for Crypto Exchange Bitget

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Where is WAGMI now?

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Understanding the Multichain Fantom Incident: A Deep Dive into the $120M Drain and It's Implications

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I haven't been on reddit in awhile but... I figured I'd give y'all some alpha. SWYPE.

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Bitcoin 28th November theory

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Akita Inu 2.0

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WOJAK 2.0 | $500 MC | Based on a meta

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Bitcoin rate of adoption.

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$OPBNBDOGE | Layer 2 Hype | 2% USD Rewards | 1K MC

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JP Morgan is like my imaginary girl friend

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Bank of China's BOCI, in collaboration with UBS of Switzerland, issued first tokenized notes to its clients in Hong Kong. LONG-TERM BULLISH!!! WAGMI!!! GLTA!!!

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Maya Protocol. Native Swaps without bridges and wrapped Assets

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The Waking Dead of Crypto: What projects now rest in the darkest corners of the crypto graveyard?

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That’s how DCA thorough an ATH looks like.

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Introducing PEPE WAGMI: The Next Big DeFi Moonshot!

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WAGMI Games | Bridging the gap between web 3 and gaming????

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Profits are not profits until you cash out!!!

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Any particular reason for the drop in user count this past month?

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Don’t Be Scared 😟 Just Make the Comment. Don’t Be Scared 😟 Just Make the Post. (*many* of us tell ourselves) How do we generate enriched respected productive conversations in these Posts? Answer: WAGMI (Welcoming Articulation Giving More Insight) 🤝🫵

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DCA? What about DCB?

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Not many people know, we are less than 1 year to next halving. Hodl it together boys. WAGMI ❤️

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Crypto Slang Terms: Become A Degen And Join Us

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Shiba Inu And Paramount Collab In The Making? Here’s Why It’s Possible

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If you're interested and have the time here are some Web3 games to check out. Also if anyone knows any other ones (besides Gods Unchained) please let me know!

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100K EOY 2021 still possible for Bitcoin, says multiple cryptocurrency experts on Reddit

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A sneak peek from the future, it's all I could manage to bring back

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What is your countrys crypto tax by withdrawing to your bank account?

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3 days left to sign up for the free NFT drop!

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Do you think the bulls are back and now is the right time to jump in?

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Today is the start of a bullmarket which bearish (=most) people won't recognize until it is too late

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The light at the end of the bearmarket is visible!

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This time is definitely different, but my Hopium

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Will the Feds Pivot Dec 15 or in March

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NFT traders & investors: this can save you A LOT of time!

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Best cold wallets

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What you need to know to make it and dont learn on this subreddit.

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Why is that the crypto space is always either in complete bullrun mania with insane hype or in a brutal bear market where everything is seemingly dead? Always at one extreme or the other. There is no middle ground.

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Trip down memory lane: r/CryptoCurrency threads from 2016 through 2018

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Bitcoin: WAGMI. Web3: For every winner there's a loser

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Algorand and its growing eco-system: you might want to look into these Dapps/protocols while still early

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Cryptohunt - Educational content for crypto (with some learn and earns)

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HELIX token presale is coming up. Not just another meme shitcoin. Already Launched & Live AMM, staking, farming. It's time to redefine what a legit token should be. No more empty promises, Great team, solid roadmap & instant utility. Join the winning team, don’t sleep on it!!

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HELIX token presale is coming up. Not just another meme shitcoin. Already Launched & Live AMM, staking, farming. It's time to redefine what a legit token should be. No more empty promises, Great team, solid roadmap & instant utility. Join the winning team, don’t sleep on it!!

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DO buy the dip!

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This is what a HODLER looks like ladies and gentlemen! And cool as a cucumber! DCA and buy the dip. Buy the dip of the dip. Buy the dip of the dip of the dip. WAGMI

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LRC with a safemoon type community: shitcoin or not?

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Kyoto Protocol - $2.4m fair launch sold out - there is still time to get involved!

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Looptards can’t handle the heat. WAGMI they say…

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Looptards can’t handle the heat. WAGMI.

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Goldman Sachs Executes Its First Trade of Ether-Linked Derivative. The move by Goldman indicates institutional appetite for cryptocurrencies at a time when the market is reeling from the fall of stablecoin TerraUSD (UST) and poor macroeconomic outlook. Real world adoption is here, WAGMI.

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Chinese Bank Runs, Again

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The longer I’m in crypto, the more I lean towards Loopring maximalism

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Moons were a huge fault.

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Bitcoin, Ethereum and other major crypto projects haven't made it this far without a couple instances, if not more, of feeling that they were done for good. Keep faith amidst the turmoil and be careful from shitcoins and scams. Crypto will eventually thrive! WAGMI!

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WAGMI defense is free you think. Play and earn not play to earn. Shrapnel should be good too but not sure if it’s fully launched

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#Crypto.com(CRO) Pro-Arguments Below is a Crypto.com(CRO) pro-argument written by IAmGiff. > CRO or Crypto.com coin is the native currency of the Crypto.com app, exchange and blockchain. At time of writing, it’s [\#17 by market cap](https://coinmarketcap.com/). > > To begin, the coin is inextricably linked to the fate of the parent company (which is officially named Foris DAX MT (Malta) Limited and was founded in 2016). The coin’s primary purpose is to support the company’s various initiatives, and the success of those initiatives is what would drive adoption of the coin. For the purposes of pros and cons, I don’t think it’s necessary to make sharp distinctions between the coin and the company. > > **Pros** > > I’ll start with three priority areas outlined in their whitepaper: payments, trading and financial services. In [their own words](https://crypto.com/images/crypto_com_whitepaper.pdf): *“Our strategy is to leverage* ***payment solutions as the primary tool for driving adoption and user acquisition****, while building* ***trading and financial services solutions as the major sources of revenue****.”* > > **Real-world payments** > > The company has two major crypto-related payment initiatives. One is a Venmo-like **Crypto.Com Pay** feature. For merchants, the payment system offers lower transaction costs than typical interchange fees and instant settlement. For consumers, there’s a strong “cashback” program. (Despite the potential, it’s unclear how much uptake there is at this point.) > > The **Visa pre-paid debit cards** are becoming fairly ubiquitous. In the U.S., these are issued by Metropolitan Commercial Bank (a New York State chartered bank & member FDIC). They offer some of the best rewards of any card on the market. There’s a tier system, progressively requiring higher investments in CRO to get to higher tiers, that people seem to find motivating. Many people love the design. There’s lots of information about how they work so I won’t repeat it here. Key point is they're indeed popular. > > The most important point (that’s often oddly missed in this discussion) is the cards give you a fast and efficient crypto offramp. Some cryptos can be loaded directly onto the card. Others you have to take the 3-second step of converting to USD or a stablecoin and then loading the card. Either way, you can start with crypto and buy almost anything IRL in a few seconds. > > **Trading** > > In many countries, crypto.com is a full-service **exchange**. In the US (where I’m based) it’s only an app for now although there are plans to open a full exchange eventually. The exchange is ranked #9 by [Coinmarketcap](https://coinmarketcap.com/rankings/exchanges/) although it’s ranked as high as #4 by [Coingecko’s methodology](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges). Recently their spot market volumes are about 20-25% those of Binance but about 80-90% those of Coinbase. (They are a smaller player for now in derivatives, although that could change if they were able to tap the US market.) They support slightly more cryptos than Coinbase, although nowhere near as many as Binance. The fees are apparently cheaper if paid in CRO, which is a driver of utilization. I can't try it out yet myself. > > The **app** is a limited experience but easy to use. If you set-up an ACH push to fund your account there’s no fee to load money onto the app, and card fees are also waived for your first month. Long enough to get many new users hooked. (Although it appears there’s no fees to buying the crypto, there’s in fact an opaque and variable spread fee; more on this in my cons post). If you’re just trying to buy and hodl crypto on an exchange, spread won’t kill you. If you want a gentle introduction to buying your first $100 of Bitcoin, this will work well enough. At the moment I just checked, you’d get $99.6 of Bitcoin for your $100, so that's 0.4% in spread. > > **Financial Services** > > Their **Crypto Earn** and **DeFi wallet** programs are attractive for new crypto users, and allow users to progressively pursue more complicated investing strategies. Crypto Earn is the custodial option on the app, which offers a simple way to earn fairly high interest rates on many coins. > > Their DeFi wallet is a more advanced non-custodial option, with the ability to contribute to CRO validator’s staking, or to participate in liquidity pools. (There’s also a lending program but I’m not familiar with it.) > > ***In sum***, the crypto.com financial ecosystem is not 100% there yet (especially with no US exchange), but it’s the closest thing I’ve seen to a full-service crypto-based financial services provider, and you can imagine a not-too-distant future where, for some people, the company’s offerings would be complete enough that you could ditch your bank entirely without jumping through enormous hoops. In this world, of course, there’s lots of reasons people will be buying CRO. > > **Marketing** > > Many people are very hyped that Crypto.com does a lot of marketing which should benefit CRO and perhaps cryptocurrency in general. You may have heard there's a Matt Damon commercial and a basketball arena in LA. I'm aware Cointest rules say not to focus on marketing, so I'll just make a quick observation. I’ve seen some people say, “oh this is just hype etc.” but if you look at the traditional asset management space, Charles Schwab has a market capitalization of like $170 billion and the primary differentiator between it and other asset managers is really just that Charles Schwab carpetbombs the airwaves with marketing. Marketing does matter in consumer financial services. > > Cointest rules say not to base arguments on price either (Charles Schwab's market cap is NOT a price prediction btw, sorry y'all!) but it’s also relevant to briefly note here that CRO’s marketcap is about 1/6th of BNB’s, so many people believe there’s still upside to this set of observations. > > **Regulation & Security** > > Crypto.com advertises that it works hard to comply with regulation. As a publicly-traded company, so does Coinbase, of course, but the regulatory-compliant approach is quite a contrast to Binance, for example. [Crypto.com](https://Crypto.com) claims to be the first crypto company to have various levels of ISO compliance, [https://crypto.com/images/crypto\_com\_whitepaper.pdf](https://crypto.com/images/crypto_com_whitepaper.pdf), etc. Philosophical arguments about regulation aside, the relevance to CRO is I think it’s fair to say these efforts at compliance probably reduce (but don’t eliminate) the risk of countries swooping in and hammering the exchange or the coin. > > **CRO technical details & tokenomics** > > There were originally 100 billion CRO, but [70 billion were burned](https://blog.crypto.com/70-billion-cro-to-be-burned/). Most people expect the 30 billion supply to continue in the future. There’s currently about 25 billion circulating with the remainder primarily being distributed overtime as validator rewards. These rewards encourage decentralization of the network by giving people an incentive to act as validators. Some people see that as a philosophical plus, but this is still a coin that's very dependent on the company. > > Although the supply is fixed at 30 billion, it’s worth noting that even in the absence of future burns, the supply on the market could fluctuate considerably if the company built up or ran down its holdings. > > Another factor that some consider favorable is that the Visa cards require people to make progressively larger 6-month stakes for higher tier cards (and keep the stakes to retain the card benefits). Therefore, if the number of cardholders increases, an increasing amount of CRO is tied up and unavailable to be dumped. > > CRO successfully migrated from ERC20 to the Crypto.org Chain Mainnet earlier this year. The company has also very recently launched the [Cronos Chain](https://cronos.crypto.org/docs/chain-details/introduction.html) which is compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine and is thus an option for developers to connect Crypto.com users to Ethereum projects and apps and so on. This is interesting to follow, though I think the main reason to invest in CRO for now is if you believe in the company’s vision for executing its financial services offerings. > > **Betting on the sector** > > Finally, there’s a philosophy behind betting on CRO that’s worth mentioning. With apologies to everyone with WAGMI tattoos, there’s over 16,000 cryptos tracked by CoinMarketCap. It’s very difficult to imagine that the majority of these will thrive in the long-term. Some will fade away, new (and often better) ones might arise, etc. > > When you bet on an exchange coin you’re partially placing a bet that demand for buying and trading crypto will continue (at that exchange), but you can be otherwise agnostic on which individual technologies and coins are the best. What’s the best chain for dApps? I have no clue. But I think we’re likely to have dApps in the future and people will want to trade the related currencies and use their crypto. So a nice way to bet on this agnostic view is to invest in exchanges, rather than trying to guess which projects are best. > > **Disclosures:** I’m an Indigo card holder, but don’t hold CRO other than for the stake. I’m personally bullish on cro but I have a lot of cons about it too. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_crypto.com.28cro.29) to find submissions for other topics.

I got all in on Brett. Let's see how this plays out. If I make it, I'll donate $100 to each of the first five charities people list below. WAGMI.

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Bitcoin isn't an asset class. It's people like Saylor, with his prosperity gospel snake oil, that have helped to turn crypto into the bargain basement degen casino that we see today. All he talks about is how much the fiat price of Bitcoin will be in his imaginary future, and all you have to do to join his cult is buy Bitcoin and only Bitcoin, and keep doing that every month because he needs you to believe soo hard, if you could just put that bit more money in WAGMI. This never was, and never will be what crypto is about. He has helped to take a revolutionary idea and technology, and sell it to gullible noobs as a shady investment scheme.

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WAGMI AND L2 22 felt like a long time ago. But hey, they got the “ atleast they are still building in the bear market “ going

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Bruh! This bull will melt faces, and WAGMI. I'd add to your well setup bag with a meme....KENDU. Main reason being, Shib Dev, Shystoshi, who you know about, follows KENDU on Twitter and is friends with the KENDU dev. I promise, no larp. Verify yourself. But it will send.....HARD!

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#Crypto.com(CRO) Pro-Arguments Below is a Crypto.com(CRO) pro-argument written by IAmGiff. > CRO or Crypto.com coin is the native currency of the Crypto.com app, exchange and blockchain. At time of writing, it’s [\#17 by market cap](https://coinmarketcap.com/). > > To begin, the coin is inextricably linked to the fate of the parent company (which is officially named Foris DAX MT (Malta) Limited and was founded in 2016). The coin’s primary purpose is to support the company’s various initiatives, and the success of those initiatives is what would drive adoption of the coin. For the purposes of pros and cons, I don’t think it’s necessary to make sharp distinctions between the coin and the company. > > **Pros** > > I’ll start with three priority areas outlined in their whitepaper: payments, trading and financial services. In [their own words](https://crypto.com/images/crypto_com_whitepaper.pdf): *“Our strategy is to leverage* ***payment solutions as the primary tool for driving adoption and user acquisition****, while building* ***trading and financial services solutions as the major sources of revenue****.”* > > **Real-world payments** > > The company has two major crypto-related payment initiatives. One is a Venmo-like **Crypto.Com Pay** feature. For merchants, the payment system offers lower transaction costs than typical interchange fees and instant settlement. For consumers, there’s a strong “cashback” program. (Despite the potential, it’s unclear how much uptake there is at this point.) > > The **Visa pre-paid debit cards** are becoming fairly ubiquitous. In the U.S., these are issued by Metropolitan Commercial Bank (a New York State chartered bank & member FDIC). They offer some of the best rewards of any card on the market. There’s a tier system, progressively requiring higher investments in CRO to get to higher tiers, that people seem to find motivating. Many people love the design. There’s lots of information about how they work so I won’t repeat it here. Key point is they're indeed popular. > > The most important point (that’s often oddly missed in this discussion) is the cards give you a fast and efficient crypto offramp. Some cryptos can be loaded directly onto the card. Others you have to take the 3-second step of converting to USD or a stablecoin and then loading the card. Either way, you can start with crypto and buy almost anything IRL in a few seconds. > > **Trading** > > In many countries, crypto.com is a full-service **exchange**. In the US (where I’m based) it’s only an app for now although there are plans to open a full exchange eventually. The exchange is ranked #9 by [Coinmarketcap](https://coinmarketcap.com/rankings/exchanges/) although it’s ranked as high as #4 by [Coingecko’s methodology](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges). Recently their spot market volumes are about 20-25% those of Binance but about 80-90% those of Coinbase. (They are a smaller player for now in derivatives, although that could change if they were able to tap the US market.) They support slightly more cryptos than Coinbase, although nowhere near as many as Binance. The fees are apparently cheaper if paid in CRO, which is a driver of utilization. I can't try it out yet myself. > > The **app** is a limited experience but easy to use. If you set-up an ACH push to fund your account there’s no fee to load money onto the app, and card fees are also waived for your first month. Long enough to get many new users hooked. (Although it appears there’s no fees to buying the crypto, there’s in fact an opaque and variable spread fee; more on this in my cons post). If you’re just trying to buy and hodl crypto on an exchange, spread won’t kill you. If you want a gentle introduction to buying your first $100 of Bitcoin, this will work well enough. At the moment I just checked, you’d get $99.6 of Bitcoin for your $100, so that's 0.4% in spread. > > **Financial Services** > > Their **Crypto Earn** and **DeFi wallet** programs are attractive for new crypto users, and allow users to progressively pursue more complicated investing strategies. Crypto Earn is the custodial option on the app, which offers a simple way to earn fairly high interest rates on many coins. > > Their DeFi wallet is a more advanced non-custodial option, with the ability to contribute to CRO validator’s staking, or to participate in liquidity pools. (There’s also a lending program but I’m not familiar with it.) > > ***In sum***, the crypto.com financial ecosystem is not 100% there yet (especially with no US exchange), but it’s the closest thing I’ve seen to a full-service crypto-based financial services provider, and you can imagine a not-too-distant future where, for some people, the company’s offerings would be complete enough that you could ditch your bank entirely without jumping through enormous hoops. In this world, of course, there’s lots of reasons people will be buying CRO. > > **Marketing** > > Many people are very hyped that Crypto.com does a lot of marketing which should benefit CRO and perhaps cryptocurrency in general. You may have heard there's a Matt Damon commercial and a basketball arena in LA. I'm aware Cointest rules say not to focus on marketing, so I'll just make a quick observation. I’ve seen some people say, “oh this is just hype etc.” but if you look at the traditional asset management space, Charles Schwab has a market capitalization of like $170 billion and the primary differentiator between it and other asset managers is really just that Charles Schwab carpetbombs the airwaves with marketing. Marketing does matter in consumer financial services. > > Cointest rules say not to base arguments on price either (Charles Schwab's market cap is NOT a price prediction btw, sorry y'all!) but it’s also relevant to briefly note here that CRO’s marketcap is about 1/6th of BNB’s, so many people believe there’s still upside to this set of observations. > > **Regulation & Security** > > Crypto.com advertises that it works hard to comply with regulation. As a publicly-traded company, so does Coinbase, of course, but the regulatory-compliant approach is quite a contrast to Binance, for example. [Crypto.com](https://Crypto.com) claims to be the first crypto company to have various levels of ISO compliance, [https://crypto.com/images/crypto\_com\_whitepaper.pdf](https://crypto.com/images/crypto_com_whitepaper.pdf), etc. Philosophical arguments about regulation aside, the relevance to CRO is I think it’s fair to say these efforts at compliance probably reduce (but don’t eliminate) the risk of countries swooping in and hammering the exchange or the coin. > > **CRO technical details & tokenomics** > > There were originally 100 billion CRO, but [70 billion were burned](https://blog.crypto.com/70-billion-cro-to-be-burned/). Most people expect the 30 billion supply to continue in the future. There’s currently about 25 billion circulating with the remainder primarily being distributed overtime as validator rewards. These rewards encourage decentralization of the network by giving people an incentive to act as validators. Some people see that as a philosophical plus, but this is still a coin that's very dependent on the company. > > Although the supply is fixed at 30 billion, it’s worth noting that even in the absence of future burns, the supply on the market could fluctuate considerably if the company built up or ran down its holdings. > > Another factor that some consider favorable is that the Visa cards require people to make progressively larger 6-month stakes for higher tier cards (and keep the stakes to retain the card benefits). Therefore, if the number of cardholders increases, an increasing amount of CRO is tied up and unavailable to be dumped. > > CRO successfully migrated from ERC20 to the Crypto.org Chain Mainnet earlier this year. The company has also very recently launched the [Cronos Chain](https://cronos.crypto.org/docs/chain-details/introduction.html) which is compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine and is thus an option for developers to connect Crypto.com users to Ethereum projects and apps and so on. This is interesting to follow, though I think the main reason to invest in CRO for now is if you believe in the company’s vision for executing its financial services offerings. > > **Betting on the sector** > > Finally, there’s a philosophy behind betting on CRO that’s worth mentioning. With apologies to everyone with WAGMI tattoos, there’s over 16,000 cryptos tracked by CoinMarketCap. It’s very difficult to imagine that the majority of these will thrive in the long-term. Some will fade away, new (and often better) ones might arise, etc. > > When you bet on an exchange coin you’re partially placing a bet that demand for buying and trading crypto will continue (at that exchange), but you can be otherwise agnostic on which individual technologies and coins are the best. What’s the best chain for dApps? I have no clue. But I think we’re likely to have dApps in the future and people will want to trade the related currencies and use their crypto. So a nice way to bet on this agnostic view is to invest in exchanges, rather than trying to guess which projects are best. > > **Disclosures:** I’m an Indigo card holder, but don’t hold CRO other than for the stake. I’m personally bullish on cro but I have a lot of cons about it too. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_crypto.com.28cro.29) to find submissions for other topics.

#Crypto.com(CRO) Pro-Arguments Below is a Crypto.com(CRO) pro-argument written by IAmGiff. > CRO or Crypto.com coin is the native currency of the Crypto.com app, exchange and blockchain. At time of writing, it’s [\#17 by market cap](https://coinmarketcap.com/). > > To begin, the coin is inextricably linked to the fate of the parent company (which is officially named Foris DAX MT (Malta) Limited and was founded in 2016). The coin’s primary purpose is to support the company’s various initiatives, and the success of those initiatives is what would drive adoption of the coin. For the purposes of pros and cons, I don’t think it’s necessary to make sharp distinctions between the coin and the company. > > **Pros** > > I’ll start with three priority areas outlined in their whitepaper: payments, trading and financial services. In [their own words](https://crypto.com/images/crypto_com_whitepaper.pdf): *“Our strategy is to leverage* ***payment solutions as the primary tool for driving adoption and user acquisition****, while building* ***trading and financial services solutions as the major sources of revenue****.”* > > **Real-world payments** > > The company has two major crypto-related payment initiatives. One is a Venmo-like **Crypto.Com Pay** feature. For merchants, the payment system offers lower transaction costs than typical interchange fees and instant settlement. For consumers, there’s a strong “cashback” program. (Despite the potential, it’s unclear how much uptake there is at this point.) > > The **Visa pre-paid debit cards** are becoming fairly ubiquitous. In the U.S., these are issued by Metropolitan Commercial Bank (a New York State chartered bank & member FDIC). They offer some of the best rewards of any card on the market. There’s a tier system, progressively requiring higher investments in CRO to get to higher tiers, that people seem to find motivating. Many people love the design. There’s lots of information about how they work so I won’t repeat it here. Key point is they're indeed popular. > > The most important point (that’s often oddly missed in this discussion) is the cards give you a fast and efficient crypto offramp. Some cryptos can be loaded directly onto the card. Others you have to take the 3-second step of converting to USD or a stablecoin and then loading the card. Either way, you can start with crypto and buy almost anything IRL in a few seconds. > > **Trading** > > In many countries, crypto.com is a full-service **exchange**. In the US (where I’m based) it’s only an app for now although there are plans to open a full exchange eventually. The exchange is ranked #9 by [Coinmarketcap](https://coinmarketcap.com/rankings/exchanges/) although it’s ranked as high as #4 by [Coingecko’s methodology](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges). Recently their spot market volumes are about 20-25% those of Binance but about 80-90% those of Coinbase. (They are a smaller player for now in derivatives, although that could change if they were able to tap the US market.) They support slightly more cryptos than Coinbase, although nowhere near as many as Binance. The fees are apparently cheaper if paid in CRO, which is a driver of utilization. I can't try it out yet myself. > > The **app** is a limited experience but easy to use. If you set-up an ACH push to fund your account there’s no fee to load money onto the app, and card fees are also waived for your first month. Long enough to get many new users hooked. (Although it appears there’s no fees to buying the crypto, there’s in fact an opaque and variable spread fee; more on this in my cons post). If you’re just trying to buy and hodl crypto on an exchange, spread won’t kill you. If you want a gentle introduction to buying your first $100 of Bitcoin, this will work well enough. At the moment I just checked, you’d get $99.6 of Bitcoin for your $100, so that's 0.4% in spread. > > **Financial Services** > > Their **Crypto Earn** and **DeFi wallet** programs are attractive for new crypto users, and allow users to progressively pursue more complicated investing strategies. Crypto Earn is the custodial option on the app, which offers a simple way to earn fairly high interest rates on many coins. > > Their DeFi wallet is a more advanced non-custodial option, with the ability to contribute to CRO validator’s staking, or to participate in liquidity pools. (There’s also a lending program but I’m not familiar with it.) > > ***In sum***, the crypto.com financial ecosystem is not 100% there yet (especially with no US exchange), but it’s the closest thing I’ve seen to a full-service crypto-based financial services provider, and you can imagine a not-too-distant future where, for some people, the company’s offerings would be complete enough that you could ditch your bank entirely without jumping through enormous hoops. In this world, of course, there’s lots of reasons people will be buying CRO. > > **Marketing** > > Many people are very hyped that Crypto.com does a lot of marketing which should benefit CRO and perhaps cryptocurrency in general. You may have heard there's a Matt Damon commercial and a basketball arena in LA. I'm aware Cointest rules say not to focus on marketing, so I'll just make a quick observation. I’ve seen some people say, “oh this is just hype etc.” but if you look at the traditional asset management space, Charles Schwab has a market capitalization of like $170 billion and the primary differentiator between it and other asset managers is really just that Charles Schwab carpetbombs the airwaves with marketing. Marketing does matter in consumer financial services. > > Cointest rules say not to base arguments on price either (Charles Schwab's market cap is NOT a price prediction btw, sorry y'all!) but it’s also relevant to briefly note here that CRO’s marketcap is about 1/6th of BNB’s, so many people believe there’s still upside to this set of observations. > > **Regulation & Security** > > Crypto.com advertises that it works hard to comply with regulation. As a publicly-traded company, so does Coinbase, of course, but the regulatory-compliant approach is quite a contrast to Binance, for example. [Crypto.com](https://Crypto.com) claims to be the first crypto company to have various levels of ISO compliance, [https://crypto.com/images/crypto\_com\_whitepaper.pdf](https://crypto.com/images/crypto_com_whitepaper.pdf), etc. Philosophical arguments about regulation aside, the relevance to CRO is I think it’s fair to say these efforts at compliance probably reduce (but don’t eliminate) the risk of countries swooping in and hammering the exchange or the coin. > > **CRO technical details & tokenomics** > > There were originally 100 billion CRO, but [70 billion were burned](https://blog.crypto.com/70-billion-cro-to-be-burned/). Most people expect the 30 billion supply to continue in the future. There’s currently about 25 billion circulating with the remainder primarily being distributed overtime as validator rewards. These rewards encourage decentralization of the network by giving people an incentive to act as validators. Some people see that as a philosophical plus, but this is still a coin that's very dependent on the company. > > Although the supply is fixed at 30 billion, it’s worth noting that even in the absence of future burns, the supply on the market could fluctuate considerably if the company built up or ran down its holdings. > > Another factor that some consider favorable is that the Visa cards require people to make progressively larger 6-month stakes for higher tier cards (and keep the stakes to retain the card benefits). Therefore, if the number of cardholders increases, an increasing amount of CRO is tied up and unavailable to be dumped. > > CRO successfully migrated from ERC20 to the Crypto.org Chain Mainnet earlier this year. The company has also very recently launched the [Cronos Chain](https://cronos.crypto.org/docs/chain-details/introduction.html) which is compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine and is thus an option for developers to connect Crypto.com users to Ethereum projects and apps and so on. This is interesting to follow, though I think the main reason to invest in CRO for now is if you believe in the company’s vision for executing its financial services offerings. > > **Betting on the sector** > > Finally, there’s a philosophy behind betting on CRO that’s worth mentioning. With apologies to everyone with WAGMI tattoos, there’s over 16,000 cryptos tracked by CoinMarketCap. It’s very difficult to imagine that the majority of these will thrive in the long-term. Some will fade away, new (and often better) ones might arise, etc. > > When you bet on an exchange coin you’re partially placing a bet that demand for buying and trading crypto will continue (at that exchange), but you can be otherwise agnostic on which individual technologies and coins are the best. What’s the best chain for dApps? I have no clue. But I think we’re likely to have dApps in the future and people will want to trade the related currencies and use their crypto. So a nice way to bet on this agnostic view is to invest in exchanges, rather than trying to guess which projects are best. > > **Disclosures:** I’m an Indigo card holder, but don’t hold CRO other than for the stake. I’m personally bullish on cro but I have a lot of cons about it too. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_crypto.com.28cro.29) to find submissions for other topics.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

💯 Time to stop those pedophiles from keeping humanity within their grasp. WAGMI bros

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You forgot WAGMI

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WAGMI buddy

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Based! Time for our day in the sun! WAGMI bud!

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Happy Halving! And WAGMI wishes to all! Now bring on the dump.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Its here block 840,000! WAGMI!

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

those who don't understand the meesage of this post clearly don't spend much time on crypto twitter or TG. Legit the whole vibe is that we FINALLY GETTING THE HALVING (+forced with coinmarcetcap countdown page and endless similar) WAGMI I expect the dump after the event, Sunday will be red

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

#Crypto.com(CRO) Pro-Arguments Below is a Crypto.com(CRO) pro-argument written by IAmGiff. > CRO or Crypto.com coin is the native currency of the Crypto.com app, exchange and blockchain. At time of writing, it’s [\#17 by market cap](https://coinmarketcap.com/). > > To begin, the coin is inextricably linked to the fate of the parent company (which is officially named Foris DAX MT (Malta) Limited and was founded in 2016). The coin’s primary purpose is to support the company’s various initiatives, and the success of those initiatives is what would drive adoption of the coin. For the purposes of pros and cons, I don’t think it’s necessary to make sharp distinctions between the coin and the company. > > **Pros** > > I’ll start with three priority areas outlined in their whitepaper: payments, trading and financial services. In [their own words](https://crypto.com/images/crypto_com_whitepaper.pdf): *“Our strategy is to leverage* ***payment solutions as the primary tool for driving adoption and user acquisition****, while building* ***trading and financial services solutions as the major sources of revenue****.”* > > **Real-world payments** > > The company has two major crypto-related payment initiatives. One is a Venmo-like **Crypto.Com Pay** feature. For merchants, the payment system offers lower transaction costs than typical interchange fees and instant settlement. For consumers, there’s a strong “cashback” program. (Despite the potential, it’s unclear how much uptake there is at this point.) > > The **Visa pre-paid debit cards** are becoming fairly ubiquitous. In the U.S., these are issued by Metropolitan Commercial Bank (a New York State chartered bank & member FDIC). They offer some of the best rewards of any card on the market. There’s a tier system, progressively requiring higher investments in CRO to get to higher tiers, that people seem to find motivating. Many people love the design. There’s lots of information about how they work so I won’t repeat it here. Key point is they're indeed popular. > > The most important point (that’s often oddly missed in this discussion) is the cards give you a fast and efficient crypto offramp. Some cryptos can be loaded directly onto the card. Others you have to take the 3-second step of converting to USD or a stablecoin and then loading the card. Either way, you can start with crypto and buy almost anything IRL in a few seconds. > > **Trading** > > In many countries, crypto.com is a full-service **exchange**. In the US (where I’m based) it’s only an app for now although there are plans to open a full exchange eventually. The exchange is ranked #9 by [Coinmarketcap](https://coinmarketcap.com/rankings/exchanges/) although it’s ranked as high as #4 by [Coingecko’s methodology](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges). Recently their spot market volumes are about 20-25% those of Binance but about 80-90% those of Coinbase. (They are a smaller player for now in derivatives, although that could change if they were able to tap the US market.) They support slightly more cryptos than Coinbase, although nowhere near as many as Binance. The fees are apparently cheaper if paid in CRO, which is a driver of utilization. I can't try it out yet myself. > > The **app** is a limited experience but easy to use. If you set-up an ACH push to fund your account there’s no fee to load money onto the app, and card fees are also waived for your first month. Long enough to get many new users hooked. (Although it appears there’s no fees to buying the crypto, there’s in fact an opaque and variable spread fee; more on this in my cons post). If you’re just trying to buy and hodl crypto on an exchange, spread won’t kill you. If you want a gentle introduction to buying your first $100 of Bitcoin, this will work well enough. At the moment I just checked, you’d get $99.6 of Bitcoin for your $100, so that's 0.4% in spread. > > **Financial Services** > > Their **Crypto Earn** and **DeFi wallet** programs are attractive for new crypto users, and allow users to progressively pursue more complicated investing strategies. Crypto Earn is the custodial option on the app, which offers a simple way to earn fairly high interest rates on many coins. > > Their DeFi wallet is a more advanced non-custodial option, with the ability to contribute to CRO validator’s staking, or to participate in liquidity pools. (There’s also a lending program but I’m not familiar with it.) > > ***In sum***, the crypto.com financial ecosystem is not 100% there yet (especially with no US exchange), but it’s the closest thing I’ve seen to a full-service crypto-based financial services provider, and you can imagine a not-too-distant future where, for some people, the company’s offerings would be complete enough that you could ditch your bank entirely without jumping through enormous hoops. In this world, of course, there’s lots of reasons people will be buying CRO. > > **Marketing** > > Many people are very hyped that Crypto.com does a lot of marketing which should benefit CRO and perhaps cryptocurrency in general. You may have heard there's a Matt Damon commercial and a basketball arena in LA. I'm aware Cointest rules say not to focus on marketing, so I'll just make a quick observation. I’ve seen some people say, “oh this is just hype etc.” but if you look at the traditional asset management space, Charles Schwab has a market capitalization of like $170 billion and the primary differentiator between it and other asset managers is really just that Charles Schwab carpetbombs the airwaves with marketing. Marketing does matter in consumer financial services. > > Cointest rules say not to base arguments on price either (Charles Schwab's market cap is NOT a price prediction btw, sorry y'all!) but it’s also relevant to briefly note here that CRO’s marketcap is about 1/6th of BNB’s, so many people believe there’s still upside to this set of observations. > > **Regulation & Security** > > Crypto.com advertises that it works hard to comply with regulation. As a publicly-traded company, so does Coinbase, of course, but the regulatory-compliant approach is quite a contrast to Binance, for example. [Crypto.com](https://Crypto.com) claims to be the first crypto company to have various levels of ISO compliance, [https://crypto.com/images/crypto\_com\_whitepaper.pdf](https://crypto.com/images/crypto_com_whitepaper.pdf), etc. Philosophical arguments about regulation aside, the relevance to CRO is I think it’s fair to say these efforts at compliance probably reduce (but don’t eliminate) the risk of countries swooping in and hammering the exchange or the coin. > > **CRO technical details & tokenomics** > > There were originally 100 billion CRO, but [70 billion were burned](https://blog.crypto.com/70-billion-cro-to-be-burned/). Most people expect the 30 billion supply to continue in the future. There’s currently about 25 billion circulating with the remainder primarily being distributed overtime as validator rewards. These rewards encourage decentralization of the network by giving people an incentive to act as validators. Some people see that as a philosophical plus, but this is still a coin that's very dependent on the company. > > Although the supply is fixed at 30 billion, it’s worth noting that even in the absence of future burns, the supply on the market could fluctuate considerably if the company built up or ran down its holdings. > > Another factor that some consider favorable is that the Visa cards require people to make progressively larger 6-month stakes for higher tier cards (and keep the stakes to retain the card benefits). Therefore, if the number of cardholders increases, an increasing amount of CRO is tied up and unavailable to be dumped. > > CRO successfully migrated from ERC20 to the Crypto.org Chain Mainnet earlier this year. The company has also very recently launched the [Cronos Chain](https://cronos.crypto.org/docs/chain-details/introduction.html) which is compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine and is thus an option for developers to connect Crypto.com users to Ethereum projects and apps and so on. This is interesting to follow, though I think the main reason to invest in CRO for now is if you believe in the company’s vision for executing its financial services offerings. > > **Betting on the sector** > > Finally, there’s a philosophy behind betting on CRO that’s worth mentioning. With apologies to everyone with WAGMI tattoos, there’s over 16,000 cryptos tracked by CoinMarketCap. It’s very difficult to imagine that the majority of these will thrive in the long-term. Some will fade away, new (and often better) ones might arise, etc. > > When you bet on an exchange coin you’re partially placing a bet that demand for buying and trading crypto will continue (at that exchange), but you can be otherwise agnostic on which individual technologies and coins are the best. What’s the best chain for dApps? I have no clue. But I think we’re likely to have dApps in the future and people will want to trade the related currencies and use their crypto. So a nice way to bet on this agnostic view is to invest in exchanges, rather than trying to guess which projects are best. > > **Disclosures:** I’m an Indigo card holder, but don’t hold CRO other than for the stake. I’m personally bullish on cro but I have a lot of cons about it too. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_crypto.com.28cro.29) to find submissions for other topics.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

nope. not how the real world works. because then WAGMI and wen lambo?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Chill. WAGMI!

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Dude cmon, everybody knows you sell your winners to buy the losers....it's the same as buy high sell low.....lol WAGMI, well except for the diversifiers.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Let's see what happens. WAGMI!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This sub is returning to pre-2021 WAGMI vibes lol

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r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

So glad I wasn’t late for this and didn’t fade like I did with all the other winner coins. WAGMI

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r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

Very promising; I must say, I found this diamond handed project, When it was at its lowest. I am very blessed to be here with all of you and those who are to come. (The Real TG) $Linu group. I was a millionaire with $Linu for a short moment and I didn't sell not one bit; I know there is value to this project and it's still Early to invest into Luna inu. If you're deciding to buy $Linu I would definitely invest in the $Linu (the happy Inu) "little bro" Twin clone 1:1 of "Big brother" Shiba Inu (the mean Inu) I know gas fees are annoying, so now I'm buying linu on $Base from the coinbase wallet app. Coinbase wallet has given me a boost of confidence into buying crypto. Just one click on the bridge tab and the amount desired then, in a few moments you're (eth) will soon be (ETH-base) and then can be easily traded to ($Linu-Base) WAGMI #Fact

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

#Crypto.com(CRO) Pro-Arguments Below is a Crypto.com(CRO) pro-argument written by IAmGiff. > CRO or Crypto.com coin is the native currency of the Crypto.com app, exchange and blockchain. At time of writing, it’s [\#17 by market cap](https://coinmarketcap.com/). > > To begin, the coin is inextricably linked to the fate of the parent company (which is officially named Foris DAX MT (Malta) Limited and was founded in 2016). The coin’s primary purpose is to support the company’s various initiatives, and the success of those initiatives is what would drive adoption of the coin. For the purposes of pros and cons, I don’t think it’s necessary to make sharp distinctions between the coin and the company. > > **Pros** > > I’ll start with three priority areas outlined in their whitepaper: payments, trading and financial services. In [their own words](https://crypto.com/images/crypto_com_whitepaper.pdf): *“Our strategy is to leverage* ***payment solutions as the primary tool for driving adoption and user acquisition****, while building* ***trading and financial services solutions as the major sources of revenue****.”* > > **Real-world payments** > > The company has two major crypto-related payment initiatives. One is a Venmo-like **Crypto.Com Pay** feature. For merchants, the payment system offers lower transaction costs than typical interchange fees and instant settlement. For consumers, there’s a strong “cashback” program. (Despite the potential, it’s unclear how much uptake there is at this point.) > > The **Visa pre-paid debit cards** are becoming fairly ubiquitous. In the U.S., these are issued by Metropolitan Commercial Bank (a New York State chartered bank & member FDIC). They offer some of the best rewards of any card on the market. There’s a tier system, progressively requiring higher investments in CRO to get to higher tiers, that people seem to find motivating. Many people love the design. There’s lots of information about how they work so I won’t repeat it here. Key point is they're indeed popular. > > The most important point (that’s often oddly missed in this discussion) is the cards give you a fast and efficient crypto offramp. Some cryptos can be loaded directly onto the card. Others you have to take the 3-second step of converting to USD or a stablecoin and then loading the card. Either way, you can start with crypto and buy almost anything IRL in a few seconds. > > **Trading** > > In many countries, crypto.com is a full-service **exchange**. In the US (where I’m based) it’s only an app for now although there are plans to open a full exchange eventually. The exchange is ranked #9 by [Coinmarketcap](https://coinmarketcap.com/rankings/exchanges/) although it’s ranked as high as #4 by [Coingecko’s methodology](https://www.coingecko.com/en/exchanges). Recently their spot market volumes are about 20-25% those of Binance but about 80-90% those of Coinbase. (They are a smaller player for now in derivatives, although that could change if they were able to tap the US market.) They support slightly more cryptos than Coinbase, although nowhere near as many as Binance. The fees are apparently cheaper if paid in CRO, which is a driver of utilization. I can't try it out yet myself. > > The **app** is a limited experience but easy to use. If you set-up an ACH push to fund your account there’s no fee to load money onto the app, and card fees are also waived for your first month. Long enough to get many new users hooked. (Although it appears there’s no fees to buying the crypto, there’s in fact an opaque and variable spread fee; more on this in my cons post). If you’re just trying to buy and hodl crypto on an exchange, spread won’t kill you. If you want a gentle introduction to buying your first $100 of Bitcoin, this will work well enough. At the moment I just checked, you’d get $99.6 of Bitcoin for your $100, so that's 0.4% in spread. > > **Financial Services** > > Their **Crypto Earn** and **DeFi wallet** programs are attractive for new crypto users, and allow users to progressively pursue more complicated investing strategies. Crypto Earn is the custodial option on the app, which offers a simple way to earn fairly high interest rates on many coins. > > Their DeFi wallet is a more advanced non-custodial option, with the ability to contribute to CRO validator’s staking, or to participate in liquidity pools. (There’s also a lending program but I’m not familiar with it.) > > ***In sum***, the crypto.com financial ecosystem is not 100% there yet (especially with no US exchange), but it’s the closest thing I’ve seen to a full-service crypto-based financial services provider, and you can imagine a not-too-distant future where, for some people, the company’s offerings would be complete enough that you could ditch your bank entirely without jumping through enormous hoops. In this world, of course, there’s lots of reasons people will be buying CRO. > > **Marketing** > > Many people are very hyped that Crypto.com does a lot of marketing which should benefit CRO and perhaps cryptocurrency in general. You may have heard there's a Matt Damon commercial and a basketball arena in LA. I'm aware Cointest rules say not to focus on marketing, so I'll just make a quick observation. I’ve seen some people say, “oh this is just hype etc.” but if you look at the traditional asset management space, Charles Schwab has a market capitalization of like $170 billion and the primary differentiator between it and other asset managers is really just that Charles Schwab carpetbombs the airwaves with marketing. Marketing does matter in consumer financial services. > > Cointest rules say not to base arguments on price either (Charles Schwab's market cap is NOT a price prediction btw, sorry y'all!) but it’s also relevant to briefly note here that CRO’s marketcap is about 1/6th of BNB’s, so many people believe there’s still upside to this set of observations. > > **Regulation & Security** > > Crypto.com advertises that it works hard to comply with regulation. As a publicly-traded company, so does Coinbase, of course, but the regulatory-compliant approach is quite a contrast to Binance, for example. [Crypto.com](https://Crypto.com) claims to be the first crypto company to have various levels of ISO compliance, [https://crypto.com/images/crypto\_com\_whitepaper.pdf](https://crypto.com/images/crypto_com_whitepaper.pdf), etc. Philosophical arguments about regulation aside, the relevance to CRO is I think it’s fair to say these efforts at compliance probably reduce (but don’t eliminate) the risk of countries swooping in and hammering the exchange or the coin. > > **CRO technical details & tokenomics** > > There were originally 100 billion CRO, but [70 billion were burned](https://blog.crypto.com/70-billion-cro-to-be-burned/). Most people expect the 30 billion supply to continue in the future. There’s currently about 25 billion circulating with the remainder primarily being distributed overtime as validator rewards. These rewards encourage decentralization of the network by giving people an incentive to act as validators. Some people see that as a philosophical plus, but this is still a coin that's very dependent on the company. > > Although the supply is fixed at 30 billion, it’s worth noting that even in the absence of future burns, the supply on the market could fluctuate considerably if the company built up or ran down its holdings. > > Another factor that some consider favorable is that the Visa cards require people to make progressively larger 6-month stakes for higher tier cards (and keep the stakes to retain the card benefits). Therefore, if the number of cardholders increases, an increasing amount of CRO is tied up and unavailable to be dumped. > > CRO successfully migrated from ERC20 to the Crypto.org Chain Mainnet earlier this year. The company has also very recently launched the [Cronos Chain](https://cronos.crypto.org/docs/chain-details/introduction.html) which is compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine and is thus an option for developers to connect Crypto.com users to Ethereum projects and apps and so on. This is interesting to follow, though I think the main reason to invest in CRO for now is if you believe in the company’s vision for executing its financial services offerings. > > **Betting on the sector** > > Finally, there’s a philosophy behind betting on CRO that’s worth mentioning. With apologies to everyone with WAGMI tattoos, there’s over 16,000 cryptos tracked by CoinMarketCap. It’s very difficult to imagine that the majority of these will thrive in the long-term. Some will fade away, new (and often better) ones might arise, etc. > > When you bet on an exchange coin you’re partially placing a bet that demand for buying and trading crypto will continue (at that exchange), but you can be otherwise agnostic on which individual technologies and coins are the best. What’s the best chain for dApps? I have no clue. But I think we’re likely to have dApps in the future and people will want to trade the related currencies and use their crypto. So a nice way to bet on this agnostic view is to invest in exchanges, rather than trying to guess which projects are best. > > **Disclosures:** I’m an Indigo card holder, but don’t hold CRO other than for the stake. I’m personally bullish on cro but I have a lot of cons about it too. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_crypto.com.28cro.29) to find submissions for other topics.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Anything with a dog. ALGO, LTC, WAGMI

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

Damnn this is so true.. BEST COMMUNITY EVER, OG CRYPTO VIBES. WAGMI BABYYYSSS

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Pour some MILK on your portfolio and let the profits flow! Remember, even the smallest drop of MILK can make a big splash in the crypto market. So grab your glass, sip on some gains, and moo-ve towards financial success! Thx you Dany for the project and the transparency - WAGMI

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Pour some MILK on your portfolio and let the profits flow! Remember, even the smallest drop of MILK can make a big splash in the crypto market. So grab your glass, sip on some gains, and moo-ve towards financial success! Thx you Dany for the transparency - WAGMI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just in from Larry Fink: WAGMI HODL

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

That's better than thinking this big guy is buying at the top like any retail with FOMO would. Anyway, you can believe in what you want, there's no limit. Institutional: "hey, WAGMI, let's buy here!! bullish 🚀🚀"

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

It happens. WAGMI

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Nice! Similar case but $5 in 2013! Like ≈600 now! WAGMI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thanks for the laugh. Have fun going back to your -99% moon boys with you WAGMI attitude

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WAGMI

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Holy moly, $0.7M Bitcoin? That's some serious hopium you're puffing on there, my friend! 🚀While I'd love to see BTC hit those stratospheric levels, let's break down the factors you mentioned:The 2024 halving will undoubtedly put some upward pressure on the price by reducing the new supply of coins. We've seen this play out in previous cycles, so that's a fair point.The stock-to-flow (S2F) model has been a popular pricing model in the crypto community, but it's not without its critics. Personally, I think it provides a decent baseline, but I wouldn't bet the farm on it.As for the Bank of America multiplier, I'm not too familiar with that one. Care to elaborate? I'm always eager to learn more about these pricing models and theories.At the end of the day, while $0.7M per BTC would be an absolute dream come true, I think we need to temper our expectations a bit. Don't get me wrong, I'm bullish on Bitcoin's long-term prospects, but such a meteoric rise in a single cycle might be a bit too optimistic.That said, I'd love to be proven wrong! If Bitcoin does hit those levels, you can bet your sweet satoshis that I'll be the first one to throw a massive "I told you so" party. 🎉Until then, let's just enjoy the ride, stack some sats, and see where this crazy crypto journey takes us. WAGMI, my friend!

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Hey there, fellow crypto enthusiast! I can totally relate to your experience with selling and FOMO-ing back in. We've all been there, and it's a valuable lesson learned.First off, kudos to you for being self-aware and acknowledging that your hunch about the price dropping back to the 40s before the halving was ill-thought-out. It takes a big person to admit when they've made a mistake, and that's the first step towards improving your trading strategy. Secondly, don't beat yourself up too much about the 0.05 BTC loss. In the grand scheme of things, it's a relatively small price to pay for the valuable lesson you've learned. Trust me, there are plenty of traders out there who have lost far more due to FOMO or poor decision-making. The most important thing is that you've recognized the mistake of trying to time the market and selling before a bull run. As you've learned, it's incredibly difficult to predict when the market will turn, and it's often better to hold onto your positions during periods of [uncertainty.As](http://uncertainty.As) for the potential pullback after your buy-in, who knows? The crypto market is notoriously unpredictable, and trying to time the dips and peaks is a recipe for frustration. Instead, focus on your long-term investment strategy and stick to your plan. Remember, the crypto space is a marathon, not a sprint. Hodling through the ups and downs is often the best approach, especially for those who believe in the long-term potential of Bitcoin and other [cryptocurrencies.So](http://cryptocurrencies.So), chin up, my friend! You've learned a valuable lesson, and that's worth more than any short-term loss. Keep hodling, keep learning, and keep your eye on the prize. The crypto journey is full of twists and turns, but those who persevere are often rewarded in the end.Stay strong, and WAGMI! 🚀

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**Bitcoin ETFs Pulled Record $2.56B Inflows Last Week - Bullish Signal for BTC Price**TL;DR: Bitcoin ETFs saw a record $2.56 billion inflow last week, the highest weekly inflow since their launch. This massive influx of capital is a bullish signal for the BTC price, indicating growing institutional adoption and demand.Key Takeaways: * Bitcoin ETFs track the price of BTC and trade on traditional stock exchanges, allowing investors to gain exposure to the crypto market. * The record $2.56B inflow suggests institutional investors are getting more comfortable with Bitcoin as an asset class. * Increased demand from ETF inflows can drive up the BTC price, as the supply remains limited. * Positive market sentiment and potential regulatory clarity around Bitcoin ETFs could further boost investor confidence and attract more capital. While not a guarantee, the record ETF inflows are a positive sign for Bitcoin's adoption and could contribute to price appreciation, especially if the trend continues. However, the impact will also depend on overall market conditions and regulatory developments.WAGMI, fellow crypto enthusiasts! 🚀

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Congrats on your profits! I still thinks it’s way too early and before the halving. Personally I’m going to start taking profits around sept ish if all goes well. But I understand how you feel and last cycle was my first as well and I sold my eth et btc in time but decided to keep the shitcoins hoping it would go up a little before selling but dropped dead at -85%… I learned from it and now as soon as a shitcoin x2 I take my capital out to remove the risk lol WAGMI!

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People should at least read the article jfc. It’s tax on electricity not gains or stuff. No the at home miner won’t be charged, the BTC mined would be nore expensive thus more valuable and this bill will never nake it through. So calm down and enjoy guys, it’s not doom and gloom if your READ the article and not just the headline. WAGMI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Dead coin. Rubbish - and then you get all the WAGMI comments and crap. Do a bit of research on the guy who left and sold his big bag right at the top. Only worth going in on the key projects now

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Im just playin. Everyone here basically is already ahead of the curve. WAGMI

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Thanks for your kind words. WAGMI.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

WAGMI EOY'21 finally

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Who knows, haven't seen anyone post WAGMI in a while lol Just curious, what made you pick TFT over other projects, seems like there are tons of coins trying to do decentralized cloud. Honestly this is the first time I've heard of this one

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

"WAGMI," an abbreviation for "We're all gonna make it"

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nah WAGMI on cloud 69

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Blockchain communication app SolChat (CHAT) is primed to fly and has some heavyweight backers. NFA. DYOR. WAGMI.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Don't give up hope. We're all going to make it. I was in a really bad financial situation about 10 years ago. Not that dissimilar from you. It sounds like you're making some good changes. Just make slow, steady, consistent positive changes, buy BTC when you can, and you will see that things will start to slowly improve. Michael Saylor gave an interview at Bitcoin Atlantis this last week. He talked about how even if you had a job at McDonald's making $10 an hour, if all you were doing was using that to buy Bitcoin, you were basically making $1,000 an hour. That's how crazy the next 10 years are going to be for BTC. Hang in there. WAGMI.

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WAGMI

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WAGMI!

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This is it. Worrying about having one whole BTC is like fretting over not being able to become a billionaire. You don't need a whole BTC. In the next 5 or 10 years, you'll look back on this with amusement. You'll be fine. Stack sats and be patient. WAGMI.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

My first BTC buy on Coinbase (had bought a few times before on other places) got me an additional $5 referral ... It's $984 now. WAGMI

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

My first BTC buy on Coinbase (had bought a few times before on other places) got me an additional $5 referral ... It's $984 now. WAGMI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I can’t believe it. Almost 3 years. WE ARE ABOUT TO BREAK ATH!!! Let’s go!!!!! 🚀 🚀 🌕 WAGMI!!!

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WAGMI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Alright guys. It's time. I am comfortable throwing out a rocket emoji 🚀🚀. For everyone who accumulated by DCAing over the past two and a half years, sat through months of boredom and doubt, was told by family and friends that you are wasting your time and money with crypto, and possibly cried because your shitcoin(s) dropped 90%... it's finally time to sit back and let the gains come to you. Form your exit plan and stick to it. Don't FOMO, don't become exit liquidity no matter how much that dog coin is pumping, and don't be fearful because WAGMI bitches!

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

What's WAGMI?

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Right, WAGMI.

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Yeah but it's AUD so we need to put a negative sign on it. /jk WAGMI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Would you lose money this cycle? Nah I'd win Taking profits in 1 years time WAGMI

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Stop the FUD. Seems the problem is resolved. I had a limit sell order executed at 60k and another at 64k. I also cashed out funds to my bank which processed with no problems. Don't EVER rely on market orders. Their systems WILL get clogged up with orders when we hit all time highs. Enter your limit orders in advance and don't stress. WAGMI tick-tock next block friends.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

61k now, WAGMI

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Ladies, Gentlemen, Friends. WAGMI.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Awesome, I'm at LeanFIRE moving into just FIRE range and depending on this run may hit FatFIRE. WAGMI

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Nice! My first 2 were at 187 in 2013 WAGMI, dimBulb isn't.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

>glta That's funny 🤣 There was another thread today where someone said that and no one knew what it meant. I was guessing it was boomer slang for WAGMI and I think you might have have just confirmed that!

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

WAGMI, keep stacking.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

WAGMI buddy :)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Ignorance is easy. Also maybe they like their misery, some people like to complain without any taking action. Easier to blame others than yourself. We stack and we possibly have a chance of making it. I'd rather die trying than never, it's either WAGMI or HFSP.

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One of my best friends had colon cancer and we met thru crypto. She was jobless and her family didn't have any medical or emergency funds (for context, we live here in the Philippines so there's almost no government support). I've been FCAing (Fiat-Cost-Averaging) during the bear years and fortunately my crypto more than tripled and was able to use the funds last month to pay for my friends surgery. I joked to her that we met thru crypto and crypto ultimately helped give her a 2nd chance in life. So to everyone: Pls relish your time with those you love as life is too short indeed ❤️🙏 Keep FCAing and WAGMI to all! 🧑‍🚀🚀🌜

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yo, WAGMI, no need for these bad vibes, we all want for the best!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Good man. I started in right at the bull run right before the peak, but continued to buy on the way down, did a lot of flipping that helped reduce losses, and loaded the fuck up during the bear and crab. WAGMI.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

WAGMI.mov

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