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XDC is way undervalued and overlooked

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Help - XRP to 40k per coin

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How to swap/convert/sell TOMO?

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Small Dev team here with new use for blockchain.

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Can anything be done about this stolen crypto?

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Is this a normal response from MEXC?

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Stellar and Aqua rewards Community call for support.

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XLM Crypto Current Price Analysis on 31 Oct 2023

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Stellar just changed the Moons game.

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Margin Trading - Surprisingly Boring

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Stellar (XLM): Navigating Market Volatility, Examining Strategic Collaborations, and Projecting Growth Trajectory in the Cryptocurrency Space”

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ISO20022 Ecosystem

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Ripple (XRP), Hedera (HBAR), Stellar (XLM), And One More Crypto Currency All Set for ISO 20022 Compliance, Eye Stock Markets and Central Bank Partnerships

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Neutral on Cryptocurrency. What case can be made for Songbird, XLM, and Flare?

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ENS (Ethereum Name Service) a simple explanation

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I researched all of Reddit's RCPs and non-RCP subreddit tokens so you don't have to

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Guest Post by U_Today: Stellar (XLM) Readies for Its Biggest Protocol Upgrade: Details

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Airgap wallets

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ClickPesa: Revolutionizing Remittances in Africa with Stellar (XLM) Power

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Stellar XLM Partners with Actor Idris Elba: A Fusion of Finance and Fame

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Guest Post by Crypto News Land: Stellar XLM Partners with Actor Idris Elba: A Fusion of Finance and Fame | CoinMarketCap

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120 BTC, ~100k XLM and a BMW i8 seized from SIM-swap Hacker

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Stellar's (XLM) Big announcement, Which Has Been Expected for Days, Ended in Frustration: Price Dumped

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just in, Stellar XLM update 12.09.2023: 'Where Blockchain Meets the Real World'

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Stellar XLM update 12.09.2023

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Looking for a FIFO cost basis payroll spreadsheet

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TIL Mr Goxx, a crypto trading hamster, outperformed most crypto traders and funds before it's death in 2021.

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Stellar (XLM) Bucks the Trend with 11% Surge as Anticipation Builds Read more on DailyCoin: https://dailycoin.com/stellar-xlm-bucks-the-trend-with-11-surge-as-anticipation-builds/?utm_source=cryptopanic&utm_medium=rss

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XLM Surges 10% As Stellar Teases 'Something Cool' on the Horizon

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XLM Surges 10% As Stellar Teases 'Something Cool' on the Horizon

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XLM Surges 10% As Stellar Teases 'Something Cool' on the Horizon - Decrypt

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Stellar's XLM looks undervalued.

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Stella's XLM looks undervalued.

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Stellar's XLM looks undervalued.

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Top three undervalued cryptocurrencies to watch: XLM, XRP, and Monero.

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HarryPotterOhtaniStreetFighter | $XLM is the ticker! | #XLMCULT is the way!

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Utility vs Price

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Realistic / Objective Outlook for BTC in the coming 5 years...

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Can someone please correct or modify my newbie opinions?

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All of the XRP ruling gains have officially been erased.

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Stellar's Challenge to Ripple (XRP): Open-Source Disbursement Platform and the XLM $0.20 Price Quest

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Ripple (XRP) Rival Stellar (XLM) Becomes Minority Investor in MoneyGram

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[SERIOUS] Idea: Attach an NFT to a Coin Batch (0.1_ETH; 10000_Sats; 100_Matic; 1000_XLM, you get the idea) when storing in a wallet. Update the info as "the Bag" is swapped, transferred, etc. Two use cases.

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The Short Term Case for XLM

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Bitcoin Maxis

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MakerDAO’s MKR, Ripple’s XRP and Stellar’s XLM Led Crypto Gainers in July

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Blast Off: Stellar's XLM, A Rising Star in the Crypto Market

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What coin do you use between exchanges?

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Stellar (XLM) Surpasses Bitcoin With Most Crypto Off-Ramps

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Best Crypto Debit card of 2023 for those in the USA?

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[Serious] Which top 100 coins/Coins promoted here are absolutely dead and will not survive, especially long term?

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The reason why Mush is choosing Doge makes no sense

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What is the one crypto you regret buying and the one you regret selling?

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I just found out Coinbase Wallet delisted certain coins. How do I recover those assets?

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Ripple effect? Stellar (XLM) is catching up to XRP price gains

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American Citizens. Where and how do you buy BNB for cheap?

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Cheapest way to do a recurring buy?

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Will FedNow affect XRP, XLM, or anyone else?

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XLM Shines Bright: Stellar’s Token Soars More Than 20% on July 20, 2023

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Potential price of XLM?

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First Mover Asia: XRP, XLM Climb While Bitcoin Trudges Below $30K

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XRP, QNT, XLM, HBAR, MIOTA, XDC, ALGO, and ADA certified as ISO 20022-compliant

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Kucoin exit scamming its users?

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XLM Stellar Lumens - Ripple’s little sister?

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Stellar (XLM) Price Surges to 15-Month High: What's Next?

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Possible Interesting Price Correlation Discovered Between Bitcoin and Stellar (XLM)

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What is going on with the XRP and XLM markets? 60-70% spike overnight

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What is going on with the XRP and XLM markets? 60-70% spike overnight

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What is going on with the XRP and XLM markets? 60-70% spike overnight

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BTC will exist as a store of value only. ETH will be used widely as a layer 1 for developers. Algorand will be a direct competitor of ETH (maybe they grow to work together and benefit from each other? Who the fuck knows). XRP will most likely be around. XLM is one I believe will still be around. SOL maybe, but it has a lot of outages?

I really hope so. Back when I could just use Kucoin buy sending XLM I tried explaining what I was doing to co-workers who buy crypto on Coinbase. Their eyes glazed over... I was speaking an alien language to them. These guys pour money into Coinbase on the basics they know and other projects cause they "Like the name" Ergo is missing out so much in the casual US buyer.

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The same reason alternative token exchange platforms need developers. Take a look at the likes of XLM or XRP.

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XLM project launched July 2014

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You forgot a few including XLM

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ENJ and XLM and Loopring

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People get super analytical about the coins, but go with what you think is right. I have ETH as my main long term holding instead of BTC because it has better long term potential IMO, then XRP, XLM, Quant, Link and of course DOGE because, well, you can never count a good doge out.

Alts are where the money is. Sol, QNT, Matic, Hbar, Dot, XLM are good buys

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I've been in crypto since 2014. I've done fairly well overall. My strategy was a combination of kinda-buy and hold, but still with a fair amount of trading in and out, but also arbitrage between exchanges in 2017. I'd say I'd been invested mainly in only 3 coins, BTC, ETH and XLM. BTC until about 2016, then mainly ETH until a couple of years ago, with some XLM. I'm all out of crypto right now. This is the case even though I think the outlook is very bright (given ETFs and halving). The reason for my caution is that I'm worried about quantum computing and also AI/AGI to an extent and their impact on the space. These days I focus more on macro for my main asset allocation (non-crypto). And I dabble a bit with trading around special situations, and still crypto doesn't have much of my focus anymore, whereas in 2017 it was all I did.

That's the bagholder mentality. If you would've held XLM(#24 crypto by market cap) for 4 years now, you would have gained precisely 0.1% in it's worth. If you only would've held XLM for 2 years you could've exited with 600% profit. Ripple, #5 coin - 5 years - change 0% and so on.

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Yep, that’s a total shame. It has such a good ecosystem. Everyone always talks good about it. There is a Lobstr wallet that has all features that you will possible ever need working with Stellar. Maybe it’s the way it should be. It makes XLM really liquid, actual internet money. You don’t hold XLM, you just do your thing with it and call it a day.

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Appreciate your advice but I need to preserve BTC one way or another. As I mentioned, I already use XLM to mitigate fees occurring when I send between exchanges. Custodial wallets like Wallet of Satoshi is a no-go if I want to keep control over my funds. By the way, would really appreciate if you could be less patronizing. Normies, privacy coin, buying BTC without knowing what they are buying. Not cool.

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Why send the XLM to Binance ? Why not just do a DeFi cross chain swap (XLM-BTC) and have the swapping party send Bitcoin direct to your wallet. You can even use a DEX aggregator to find the best swap rate. ie.. https://swapspace.co

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Bitcoin, LiteCoin, Stellar XLM, Monero XMR, BitcoinCash (debatable to some degree), Stacks STX, LINK, BTTC? We all know BitTorrent, there can be a few reliable names added there

No probs! XRP works well for that too. I use XLM at least twice a month to move funds around

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C’mon alt season! Love to see XRP, XLM, ADA, HBAR and Algo all 10x… Please Santa. All I want for Christmas is an Alt season explosion.

swap it to XLM and send that instead, it's much cheaper.

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Crypto was never designed to become fiat, quiet the contrary. It was designed to do the opposite and become an alternative, and giving people an option. You now have coins that can do near $0 and near instantaneous transactions. And a couple that can do it for $0. And some of those are starting to get adopted and accepted by retailers. When I was paid in crypto in my last job, I bought my groceries at Whole Foods using XLM, and could get a lot of everyday items online.

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I would diversify the Bag. XRP, XLM, XDC, HBAR to name a few.

>No one is ready to lose money on every transaction. Even $1. An average American does 170 transaction per year. Why using a technology where you will lose money? Just because YOU aren't paying transaction fees doesn't mean they don't exist. Visa and MasterCard rake in billions in transaction fees every year. Businesses lose money every day on these credit/debit card swipe fees. You as the consumer pay higher prices to cover the merchant's fees paid to the processor. You named two blockchains as examples. What about XRP, XLM, NANO, ALGO, and ATOM? Low-to-no fees and faster transactions than BTC or ETH. What about XMR, private by default and low transaction fees (similar transaction times to BTC and ETH)?

I tried using it. It’s not bad, I would say it’s good. But it’s too complicated even for a person who has been in crypto world for quite some time. All this channel managements, balance management. It’s so unintuitive. Having inbound and outbound balances instead of a single one. I understand that there is a technical reason for this but for person who wants just to use a network to transfer BTC quickly is a total nightmare. If you run your own node, you have to make sure you backup it correctly or you can lose all your funds. You have to open channel by “moving” your BTC to lightning layer. And this will allow you to both spend and receive but from time to time you have to rebalance your channels. Some apps do shenanigans and manage channels for you. But instead you have to pay a fee when someone sends you transactions and you have no channel opened yet. This also reduces security as you have to get online from time to time to ensure that your counterparty didn’t do something malicious. Then there are watchtower nodes to ensure that everyone is fair and to resolve disputes. Overall, it’s a nice piece of tech, but it is really really raw. As for me, it’s easier to use something like XLM, XRP or SOL to quickly move my funds and exchange them back to BTC. Hell, even BTC tokens issued on SOL or Stellar is not that bad of an idea at least very short-term. They are more intuitive and I don’t have to dance around Lightning wallets making sure that my channels have enough liquidity.

Not knowing that XRP and XLM use neither PoW or PoS but talking shit just the same.

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I responded to your posted w/ my opinion on which cryptos I think are best. Algorand, bar-none the best tech that exists in blockchain, AND is actually being used on a global scale. Ethereum, the largest blockchain w/ the most use cases currently (Algorand will compete someday. XRP, multiple agreements w/ payment platforms, and a recent court win against the sec. HBAR has super promising tech and the use cases for RWA tokenization is ridiculously high in potential XLM, great tech, used for international/inter block financial transfers. ISO 20022 checked. ADA, I like their method of development, ysing the scientific method, and their use cases potential is incredible. ShIB for shits and giggles. TIA for shits and giggles. Also, ADA. XRP, XLM, and Algo ISO 20022 approved. You posted, I responded accordingly. I wasn’t posting anything off topic. Stop being a prick. Want evidence of anything I said above, google it your damn self

1.) ALGORAND 2.) ETH 3.) XRP 4.) HBAR 5.) XLM 6.) ADA 7.) ShIB 8.) TIA That’s my order of favorites. Quantity ($$ amount I’d hypothetically invest) is in order.

If you bought XLM or Litecoin you basically missed out on all of the past few month’s gains

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Sure. XLM and ADA are solid projects. But still not PoW and with centralized coin distribution.

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I generally don't recommend PoS chains or payment networks like XLM for the monetary use case. Because most are highly centralized and have entities behind them that could fail (foundations). Compare that to the community development process of XMR, BTC, BCH, LTC.

XLM if you want speed + extremely low fees ADA if you want functionality + low fees, as well (privacy on the way)

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Leverage XLM through MoneyGram and Lobstr Wallet might be a more legit approach.

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Tell him to buy XLM and send it to you with to your exchange XLM address. Remember to add your exchange “memo” field for the address.

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Stellar #XLM Fans, Stellar #XLM Stats for Nov 21, 2023 Transactions: 2,021,677 Operations: 8,728,769 (4.32 Ops/TX Avg) Average TX Cost: 0.001465 XLM ($0.000167) That's 2 Million transactions and all of the fees combined are about $334. Stellar Network has a built in Decentralized Exchange. There is a Coinmarketcap type ranking website where we can view the assets issued; SDexExplorer. Stellar partnered with Moneygram and we can now on/off ramp $USDC with Zero fees at over 300,000 Moneygram locations in 180 countries, without needing a bank account. Stellar recently announced that the "Soroban Smart Contract" release date is January 30th, 2024. Just around the corner. Like it or hate it, the official unofficial Stellar slogan is "Viva la Stellar!"

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For people that think XLM price action isn't "that bad". Here's an example of how much you'd have TODAY if you bought 1000$ worth of these cryptos 5 years ago : BTC : 10 100$ ETH : 17 359$ XRP : 1 697$ LTC : 2 035$ XLM : 1 059$ XLM price action is PURE JUNK and whoever tells you otherwise is lying to you. Doesn't mean its a bad project (I LOVE Stellar), its just that on an INVESTMENT STANDPOINT, its been one of the worst project in the top 100 for the past 5 years!! You have lost time and money with inflation being in XLM. That's the sad but honest truth!

> Binance never halted withdrawals before either. Oh you are dead wrong - they disable certain coins and tokens without any reason all the time, sometimes for days, sometimes for weeks. There were times where I just wanted to move some liquidity around and could neither use XLM nor LTC because they just disabled it. Also they like to disable XMR, which is extremely sus and many people suspect them to have shorted it.

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XLM is the move I miss when it was more popular in the last few bull runs

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Stellar #XLM Fans, Stellar #XLM Stats for Nov 20, 2023 Transactions: 2,030,293 Operations: 8,517,701 (4.20 Ops/TX Avg) Average TX Cost: 0.000366 XLM ($0.000044) That's 2 Million transactions and all of the fees combined are about $89. Stellar Network has a built in Decentralized Exchange. There is a Coinmarketcap type ranking website where we can view the assets issued; SDexExplorer. Stellar partnered with Moneygram and we can now on/off ramp $USDC with Zero fees at over 300,000 Moneygram locations in 180 countries, without needing a bank account. Stellar recently announced that the "Soroban Smart Contract" release date is January 30th, 2024. Just around the corner. Like it or hate it, the official unofficial Stellar slogan is "Viva la Stellar!"

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I would use a chain with low transaction fees like XLM ALGO XRP DOGE. Which would be a few cents at most. Bitcoin/ETH is popular but you're gonna pay a lot in transaction fees.

Stellar #XLM Fans, Stellar #XLM Stats for Nov 19, 2023 Transactions: 2,336,623 Operations: 7,188,379 (3.08 Ops/TX Avg) Average TX Cost: 0.000152 XLM ($0.000018) That's 2.3 Million transactions and all of the fees combined are about $42. Stellar Network has a built in Decentralized Exchange. There is a Coinmarketcap type ranking website where we can view the assets issued; SDexExplorer. Stellar partnered with Moneygram and we can now on/off ramp $USDC with Zero fees at over 300,000 Moneygram locations in 180 countries, without needing a bank account. Stellar recently announced that the "Soroban Smart Contract" release date is January 30th, 2024. Just around the corner. Like it or hate it, the official unofficial Stellar slogan is "Viva la Stellar!"

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Stellar #XLM Fans, Stellar #XLM Stats for Nov 18, 2023 Transactions: 2,186,100 Operations: 8,250,024 (3.77 Ops/TX Avg) Average TX Cost: 0.000180 XLM ($0.000021 That's 2.1 Million transactions and all of the fees combined are about $45. Stellar Network has a built in Decentralized Exchange. There is a Coinmarketcap type ranking website where we can view the assets issued; SDexExplorer. Stellar partnered with Moneygram and we can now on/off ramp $USDC with Zero fees at over 300,000 Moneygram locations in 180 countries, without needing a bank account. Like it or hate it, the official unofficial Stellar slogan is "Viva la Stellar!"

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#Stellar Con-Arguments Below is a Stellar con-argument written by Interesting-Engine34. > Though there are many things to like about Stellar (XLM). It also has some fundamental problems, which may affect its future viability. > > The biggest problem with Stellar is that it is too centralized. The Stellar Foundation hold 60% of XLM. In relation to this the network only contains around 35 validators centralized around SDF nodes making the network vulnerable, and unlike the mining rewards one can get from for example Bitcoin, there is no financial incentive to become a stellar node - which could lead to further node centralization. > > Secondly, DeFi and the upcoming ETH2.0 provides serious competition for stellar, making its future place in crypto uncertain. > > Finally, Stellar was created by a cofounder of Ripple (XRP) and shares a lot of similar use cases with Ripple. And Ripple Labs is currently being sued by the US SEC for not registering XRP with the agency and illegally selling a security. Such regulatory issues could potentially be a problem for XLM as well. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Stellar) to find submissions for other topics.

#Stellar Pro-Arguments Below is a Stellar pro-argument written by Interesting-Engine34. > Stellar (XLM) is a very promising project which essentially aims to become the universal medium for exchange. In some ways it wants to be paypal - but on blockchain. Stellar themselves says that: *Stellar makes it possible to create, send, and trade digital representations of all forms of money: dollars, pesos, bitcoin, pretty much anything. It’s designed so all the world’s financial systems can work together on a single network* > > It has fast transactions and low transaction fees, and the development team behind Stellar is frequently updating the network to help it being part of new developments. > > Furthermore, Stellar has established partner ships with some very big players including IBM. > > Stellar is generally liked and performed very well in the latest bull run, and Stellar definitely has the potential to become a big player in the crypto space. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Stellar) to find submissions for other topics.

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Stellar #XLM Fans, Stellar #XLM Stats for Nov 17, 2023 Transactions: 2,205,887 Operations: 8,176,056 (3.71 Ops/TX Avg) Average TX Cost: 0.000219 XLM ($0.000026) That's 2.2 Million transactions and all of the fees combined are $57. Stellar Network has a built in Decentralized Exchange. There is a Coinmarketcap type ranking website where we can view the assets issued; SDexExplorer. Stellar partnered with Moneygram and we can now on/off ramp $USDC with Zero fees at over 300,000 Moneygram locations in 180 countries, without needing a bank account. Like it or hate it, the official unofficial Stellar slogan is "Viva la Stellar!"

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XLM will launch smart contracts on mainnet in a couple months

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Stellar #XLM Fans, Stellar #XLM Stats for Nov 16, 2023 Transactions: 2,120,453 Operations: 8,746,856 (4.12 Ops/TX Avg) Average TX Cost: 0.000277 XLM ($0.000033) That's 2.1 Million transactions and all of the fees combined are $69. Stellar Network has a built in Decentralized Exchange. There is a Coinmarketcap type ranking website where we can view the assets issued; SDexExplorer. Anyone can access the SDex order book via the Laboratory or an XLM wallet. Stellar partnered with Moneygram and we can now on/off ramp $USDC with Zero fees at over 300,000 Moneygram locations in 180 countries, without needing a bank account. Like it or hate it, the official unofficial Stellar slogan is "Viva la Stellar!"

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.1 -.09 GBP XLM. Max output of. 57. Budget ETH

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Oh! That makes a lot of sense now. Sadly, the merchant I'm checking out doesn't have Nano or XLM. They only have Ether and BTC and Litecoin. From the looks of it, is the best lowest fee combo in my case, Kraken + Litecoin? I tried Litecoin's original app Litewallet and it only had Simplex and Moonpay. Simplex charges a 15$ base fee... Lastly, does Kraken require ID verification? I'm new to this and hope to find an option that doesn't need me to give out my passport just yet. So a low fees alternative without ID would be awesome! Awesome responses and thank you so much!

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Stellar #XLM Fans, Stellar #XLM Stats for Nov 15, 2023 Transactions: 2,051,230 Operations: 8,627,414 (4.21 Ops/TX Avg) Average TX Cost: 0.000436 XLM ($0.000053) That's 2 Million transactions and all of the fees combined are $108. Stellar Network has a built in Decentralized Exchange. There is a Coinmarketcap type ranking website where we can view the assets issued; SDexExplorer. Stellar partnered with Moneygram and we can now on/off ramp $USDC with Zero fees at over 300,000 Moneygram locations in 180 countries, without needing a bank account. Like it or hate it, the official unofficial Stellar slogan is "Viva la Stellar!"

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Its pretty opaque for the standard user, to be fair. Thats why only nerds and degens fuck w crypto. If its to be the future of finance, the point still stands. Make it easy, fast, and cheap enough. ETH and BTC are complicated, slow, and expensive. XLM and XRP are probably the actual future of finance for this reason.

XLM or XMR definitely

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Firstly, great post! Out of interest, which players do you think have the best chance of success? I've noticed Xinfin/XDC appear to be primarily focusing on asset tokenization and TradeFi? Similarly, Ripple/XRP as well. I'm bullish on both in the medium-long term. Potentially XLM too. I do agree with you that asset tokenization will be huge, I personally see how blockchain can make current/traditional processes, processes which are very slow in comparison to the speeds and security blockchain can offer, but I wonder if you have thoughts on any other specific projects/currencies in this space?

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Transaction fees add up, and I don't think we've seen anything comparable on this scale for XLM, XRP, or anything else.

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XLM and Ziliqa goddamnit

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BTC is Daddy. ALGO sux. XLM continues to shadow XRP 3 years later. That's about all there is to talk about other than Moons. Hope this helped!

LTC, Nano, XLM

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Onramp is a way for you to exchange your fiat for your bank to the crypto exchange. Depending on your country you have visa sepa swift and others. Once you have your fiat on the exchange, using Nano or XLM is the cheapest option in terms of gas.

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>Step 1 - Onramp fiat onto Kraken Step 2 - Buy XLM (Stellar) Step 3 - Withdraw to self custody Step 4 - Send to anyone for nominal gas fee Thanks for the tip! Excuse me for being ignorant but what is onramp? So the combo is Kraken and Stellar? Kraken with lowest commission / affiliate fees and Stellar with cheapest lowest gas fees?

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Stellar #XLM Fans, Stats for Nov 13, 2023 Transactions: 1,901,545 Operations: 8,943,383 (4.70 Ops/TX Avg) Average TX Cost: 0.000519 XLM ($0.000063) That's 1.9 Million transactions and all of the fees combined are $119. Stellar Network has a built in Decentralized Exchange. There is a Coinmarketcap type ranking website where we can view the assets issued; SDexExplorer. Stellar partnered with Moneygram and we can now on/off ramp $USDC with Zero fees at over 300,000 Moneygram locations in 180 countries, without needing a bank account. And Smart contracts officially go live January 30th 2024.

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XLM for transferring between exchanges

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Step 1 - Onramp fiat onto Kraken Step 2 - Buy XLM (Stellar) Step 3 - Withdraw to self custody Step 4 - Send to anyone for nominal gas fee

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Crypto market is a popularity contest after all so maybe XRP and XLM are next to get some love if the rumors are true. Market is always on a look out for a reason to pump a coin.

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Rumors are being circulated about XRP. Both XLM and XRP are getting some high volumes.

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Well yeah, bullish news came out for XRP and those two coins have been linked for a long time(because of a contentious history and jed mccaleb's involvement with both) so they often follow each other, well more so that XLM follows XRP because XLM rarely is the leader.

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XLM Stellar is up 10% in 10 minutes

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XLM pump is wild too

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Wow!!! What juat happened to XLM ??!!!! 😳

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It’s so silly how XRP and XLM will just trade completely sideways for so long then just suddenly jump 10% in a second

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Stellar XLM fans, Stats for Nov 12, 2023 Transactions: 2,029,845 Operations: 9,105,144 (4.49 Ops/TX Avg) Average TX Cost: 0.000262 XLM ($0.000033 Also Salt sends out a daily Twext to all XLM wallets.

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XLM is the cheapest, and fastest. Almost instantaneous and fees are like $.01

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SDEXEX - Stellar XLM Dex

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why do you think that XLM is a shitcoin? their infrastracture hold up well during the bull. low fees, good developer experience (i've participated in many of their dev challenges), good team.

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Maybe you can connect your wallet to a DEX or MetaMask and trade BTC for USDT and then trade to XLM... Then transfer that to Coinbase to cash out. This will cost you much less.

Grab some XLM while you are at it. They go hand in hand

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Buy LTC/ETH/XLM/USDT/whatever and then go to SimpleSwap or ChangeNow and convert to KAS. One of the wallets is stacking immensely, so seems like a US exchance is due anytime now. Even CMC listed it properly (from #209 to it's true place at #31)

same bruh , i was buying the tops of coins , i kept DCAing SOL this whole past year and a half tho and recently put in some money into RNDR and and i’m still down over 50% on XLM , i’d be happy with a 20k return

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BTC 1/3 ETH 1/4 The rest somewhat evenly distributed in SOL LINK ADA MATIC XLM

I try to keep BTC/ETH > 50% with BTC being around 1/3. Then about 8-12% splits on 5 alts (ADA, SOL, LINK, MATIC, XLM) for hopefully better growth. Will sell alts first

I have a portfolio consisting of BCH, DOT, XLM and NEXO

Even the simplest thing: moving funds on ETH, is ridiculously expensive and painfully slow. I don't ever move anything on chain. I sell ETH to XLM or ALGO, send it where I want, and then buy it back as ETH at the destination whenever possible. Ethereum has first mover advantage, but it's only a matter of time before one of the much better alternatives starts to gain traction.

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There are absolutely public projects being leveraged for a lot of this. ETH, LINK, XDC, XLM, XRP and QNT all have chains getting exposure. I’m not suggesting they are universally adopted but to suggest they aren’t making ground would be incorrect by a large margin.

Stellar #XLM Fans, Stats for Nov 07, 2023 Transactions: 2,051,614 Operations: 8,483,421 (4.13 Ops/TX Avg) Average TX Cost: 0.000699 XLM ($0.000088) That's 2 Million transactions and all of the fees combined are $180. Stellar Network has a built in Decentralized Exchange. There is a Coinmarketcap type ranking website where we can view the assets issued; SDexExplorer. Stellar partnered with Moneygram and we can now on/off ramp $USDC with Zero fees at over 300,000 Moneygram locations in 180 countries, without needing a bank account.

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25% Sol 25% Btc 25% doge and split the rest among others like XRP XLM. Id buy SAND too

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