This is kind of the opposite but I'd like to recommend an exchange that has zero liquidity issues, and in fact has some of the deepest liquidity in the market, and zero fee trading (when you stake 1800 $WOO) or even negative trading fees if you stake enough $WOO, yeah negative fees, as in get paid to trade. Check them out if you're still interested in keeping your funds on exchanges and looking for a team that is continually working to improve their project. [WOO network information](https://woo.org/network) [WOOx exchange ](https://x.woo.org) If you'd prefer to keep your money off their exchange and in your wallet then WOOFi is another great choice. [WOOFi](https://fi.woo.org/) I'm not affiliated with WOO in any way, I've been using their exchange for about 9 months now and have been be very happy with it, the only issue I've had so far is about 8 hours of exchange downtime last week while they endured a DDOS attack that was handled expertly by the team. I don't believe WOOx is available in America though (I'm in Canada).
$WOO is up 80% since I posted in here last week to let you all know that it was about to do exactly that. I'm here to tell you again, it's not even in the top 100 yet re mcap but it will be in the top 20 at the top of the next cycle. Short term it's heading toward another move up. I'll be back in the coming days to remind you again after the move up.
$30 per month for zero trading fees is probably worth it anybody that does a chunk of trading. Though it’d make more sense to buy 1800 $WOO (~$200 atm) and then use Woo X. At least then you could sell the 1800 and get your money back if you ever wanted out.
I basically went from having like over 40 alts (not even kidding) to now having about 10. I just gradually started dumping all the shitcoins and consolidating my alt holdings into a handful of solid projects. Now most of the alts I have are top 20 coins, and then there are 2 that I’m taking a chance on based on advice from some crypto YouTubers (WOO token, which one believes will have a meteoric rise at some point, and GLMR which a different YouTuber believes is gonna dramatically shoot up in value some day). The rest are just the usual suspects— ETH (my biggest bag), ADA, DOT, MATIC, ATOM, LINK, SOL, and then, of course, some BTC.
Just because I take any chance I get to shill my stuff. Check out WOO X and their native token WOO, people are pissy because it's value has gone down (like everything else lmao) but for me I've saved triple what I've spent on WOO in fees. Its not triple its more I just say that because that's all I remember and can't get to my computer. Good luck in your journey.
Hard to keep up to date with multiple projects. Used to have like 10 evenly accumulated coins, but now down to ALGO, WOO and ERG + some USDT to deploy for a dip or if I perhaps find a 4th with a good price and promising future.
Late to the party here but, WOO, from WOO X, the token and staking rewards are a day trader's wet dream. They have an amazing exchange with flawless ui and speed. They're expanding rapidly and have a hyper active support and development team.
Kraken now supports ALICE, AUDIO, BICO, ENS, GALA, IMX, KP3R, MC, WOO and YGG. https://blog.kraken.com/post/13040/trading-for-alice-audio-bico-ens-gala-imx-kp3r-mc-woo-ygg-starts-february-25-deposit-now/
"This is proof enough for me, that I proposed my self under a hypothetical because I don't understand blockchain! Yeah! MAGA WOO" That's literally what you sound like. Please revise your posts before fucking posting. NFT are not just jpegs. NFT will replace what we know today as Notaries. You're probably too young and too stupid to know what a notary does but Foo study it.
\#1 WOO. I'm surprised CC isn't talking about this yet. It's a deep liquidity network, Binance funded it and after that CZ started constantly tweeting about how fundamental liqudity is for crypto. Top 10 is waiting for WOO, imo. [https://twitter.com/cz\_binance/status/1478277201015435266](https://twitter.com/cz_binance/status/1478277201015435266) ​ \#2 GET Very low market cap, but a project with already extensive adoption. Over 1.2M NFT tickets sold so far, established business with 40+ employees. And in my opinion ticketing will be the first major industry to be disrupted by NFTs.
Lol yeah I know what u mean it's hard to keep track of new and upcoming ones but I heard about WOO it's a trading platform focused on low fees and it's pretty popular and it's been doing well for short term trades. Nice!! That's good to grow your portfolio while waiting for the right buy ins and getting yield.
I hope so! I don't even use Woo I just hold the token and like the idea. I hate paying fees on regular platforms the only one that could compete with Woo on fees is Kucoin. They seem be releasing things on the regular Plus WOO is a great coin to swing trade. Lol I've been buying in 50s selling in 60s a few times now.
Honestly man you probably won't read this but I'll say it anyway. You should probably look at dividend stocks. They are less volatile and some are really awesome in regards to returns, like qyld. The other option is exchange tokens, CRO, BNB, WOO, all of them offer staking rewards, I'm personally going balls deep on WOO due to their staking benefits because I day trade a lot. Find things you can see being actual services in the future. You can set yourself up for life with this, please don't fuck it up.
I could tell you the young projects that I believe have a bright future, the problem is that hundreds of people will shill their coins so it's impossible for you to understand which is a good advice and which is just a shill for a shitcoin. I mean, you don't know me so maybe I'm also a shiller 😂 However my bets for 2022 are QANX, TON and WOO. Search about these projects and you'll see that they're something serious and interesting.
Your Daily Dose of Crypto : • Bitcoin dominance: 39.46% (-0.59%) • Cryptocurrency market cap: 2.198 Trillion Dollars (-0.73%) • BTC average transaction fee: $2.247 ( -3.81%) • ETH average gas Price: 133.17 Gwei (+23.51%) • The Securities and Exchange Commission has delayed on another spot bitcoin exchange-traded fund, as an extension notice for NYDOG's Bitcoin ETF hit the register. • El Salvador is getting closer to issuing its Bitcoin bonds. Today, the country's finance minister said the government would send Congress around 20 bills to get started with the process. • Consumer electronics manufacturer Netgear is integrating crypto wallet MetaMask into its Meural smart picture frame, enabling the device to display NFT artworks. • Stablecoin issuer Tether froze over $1 million worth of USDT last week, according to on-chain data. • The UK's marketing regulator on Wednesday said it had banned two adverts from Crypto.com following a complaint. • British Members of Parliament and campaigners are lobbying the UK government to adopt a stricter stance on the burgeoning crypto industry • J. Christopher Giancarlo, the former chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, has an idea for unifying cryptocurrency regulation in the U.S. • The Kosovo government today declared a ban on the mining of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Kosovo declared a state of emergency to deal with its energy crisis in December. • CoinDesk has joined a legal proceeding between the New York Attorney General’s office and Tether and its parent company as part of the news organization’s effort to shed light on the reserves backing $78.4 billion of stablecoins. • After discovering a flaw in its staking platform, multibillion-dollar blockchain gaming giant Illuvium has drained all the funds from a Uniswap pool in an effort to prevent an attacker from cashing out. Investments/Fundraising: • NFT marketplace OpenSea has closed a $300 million Series C funding round that values the company at $13 billion. • The venture capital arm of Binance announced a $12 million strategic investment in WOO Network, a liquidity platform that connects users to exchanges, institutions and DeFi. • Metaversal, an investment firm and venture studio focused on non-fungible tokens (NFTs), announced Tuesday that it raised $50 million in Series A funding. Reports: • Around 76% of the total circulating Bitcoin supply is now illiquid according to on-chain analytics from Glassnode. • Bitcoin's ascent will cost gold market share, according to a research report by investment banking giant Goldman Sachs. Bitcoin currently commands an approximate 20% share of the “store of value” (gold and Bitcoin) market as per the report. • Crypto investment products registered $9.3 billion in inflows during the year, up from $6.8 billion in 2020, according to the latest CoinShares data. Bitcoin funds attracted $6.3 billion worth of capital last year, while Ether products saw inflows totaling nearly $1.4 billion. Multi-asset funds were also popular, attracting $775 million in investor capital.
tldr; Binance Labs announced a $12 million investment in WOO Network (WOO). Founded by the team behind the Kronos blockchain, WOO is a decentralized Fintech startup with built-in deflationary measures that aims to bring zero-fee cryptocurrency transactions to crypto trading. WOO enjoyed an approximate 28% price spike in response to the announcement. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
tldr; Binance Labs has invested $12 million in WOO Network, a liquidity platform that connects users to exchanges, institutions and decentralized finance networks. The venture capital arm of the world’s largest crypto exchange by trading volume announced the investment in November. WOO also provides liquidity to other decentralized protocols such as DYDX, Matcha and ParaSwap. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*