I prefer Keplr interface, but contract-wise it's not different from Cosmostation. They are both interchangeable, just that keplr supports way more and all chains and projects on the cosmos ecosystem. Yeah if you're hodling XPR, no harm in just staking it anyway. Unbonding period is 24 hrs only.
I have some XPR, the reason I bought it is because I think it was a solid low cap, with a novel intuitive wallet that seemed very user friendly with potential for growth. If you don’t have the same belief in your low caps, you might need to evaluate whether you are going to accept the loss. I’ve used this time to trim the fat a bit on my portfolio
good question. im questioning myself for some choices i made while the bulls were unleashed. but for me, im sticking to my plan and im going to dca parts in the obvious two (btc,eth). also im in for the longterm for ADA, MATIC, VRA and LSS. thats it. small portions XPR (Proton, not Ripple) and ONE.
I would advise all those who are skeptical to DYOR. I've been using LOAN, Proton(XPR), and MTL for almost 2 years and the company behind it has constantly been improving. Soon they will be launching in Europe as well which is a good sign for growth.
There is a rare moment in life where you actually find something too good to be true and you just keep going based on an assumption and pessimism. If it is too good to be true and you are not sure RESEARCH, this s why the XPR community is so freaking strong towards getting people in. All the members of the community that actually took a second to research are like "how is that everyone is not in everyone went blind or what?"
Yeah it's crazy. I had about about 300 XPR (i know not world breaking amount) in 2020 and I remember when the news came out that SEC took XRP to court. Everyone were panicking. Coinbase locked XPR so you couldn't sell it. If I remember right, you couldn't even send it or convert it at one point. Essentially making you bag holder. After like 4 months I was able to send my XPR out of Coinbase and sold it in Binanace because of the uncertainty....
There's lots of DEXs available. What people really need in situations like this is a fiat on ramp. That's pretty much what CEXs are at the moment for anyone interested in defi. Proton XPR is looking to be a direct, decentralised fiat on ramp.
Yes, I already use the Webauth Wallet to send XBTC, XETH (wrapped Version of btw and ETH) and XPR instantly for free to friends. Best Thing is that it does not require cryptic long Adresse but simply uses @names. Sendung 0,05 Cent in a small ETH fraction to a friend? Takes 10 seconds to enter his @name and 5 seconds for the Transfer. Everything for free - blockproducer getting rewarded through New XPR (Proton) which leads to a yearly Inflation of ~4%. Absolut Solid project
Please do yourself a favor OP and checkout the Proton $XPR ecosystem. Zero gas fees, human readable addresses (@paul for example), 0.1 second finality. Staking, LP farming, focus on compliant tech and KYC. This is the future of Crypto.
Too many coins tbh but I am doing well so far. KNC is a beast that no one gives a fuck about (4 months in green and still going up). MTL and XPR have very good potential hence they get %40 of my portfolio, it's been a week and MTL was nothing but amazing so far. I bought some GMT getting on the hype and while it dropped right now I am still in so much green lol. LRC and ALGO have been pretty disappointing price-wise but I am expecting something from them in the long term. JASMY and LTO are other low market cap tokens that I threw some money at. Still waiting for them to do something. ZIL made me so much money that I just can't wrap around my head on what to invest and luckily everything I "heavily" invest in is pumping to the moon.
I am reading into XPR Proton, seems like a really cool chain. I just have two concerns, 1. The chain is big on KYC, I know there is a strong division between DeFi and KYC, to make it worse, the activity on chain is public plus KYC… could someone explain how I’m wrong here? 2. The XPR token is not available for purchase on Coinbase/Gemini/Crypto.com, it is available at KuCoin but I have no experience so I need to investigate further.
If it’s gamble money, yeah, go with a low MC coin and cross your fingers. ANKR, LRC, CKB, XPR (not xrp) just to name a few that I personally hold. MANA and SAND if you want to hold a bit longer for potential meta verse gamble/gains. And screw Voyager. KuCoin will have all those listed above (I think CB has at least two of them). Good luck.
> *I don't think any serious VC, degen, trader etc. actually comes to this subreddit for advice* But my goal is to buy high and sell low! That's why I come here for advice on buying profit-losing coins that start with X (i.e. XNO, XTZ, XPR, XLM, XYO...)
Here are some lower cap gems, not really mainstream or top cap, lots of room for growth and good projects, in the next 5 months I'm thinking these about 3-5x on avg. Harmony ONE Proton XPR VRA Multivac MTV Trias Bloktopia
i believe so. and even if someone were to not buy and hold XPR, the things you are able todo with their wallet and protonloan are great. ive since migrated everything to my Ledger Nano, but created another account so i can still use the WebAuth wallet to buy and send everything to hardware, gas free and instantly. if they manage to link fiat directly to Webauth, i wonder how much the fees are.
At the end of the day, every project is somewhat ‘centralised’ and this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Solana and XRP has been bashed as ‘centralised’, yet both sit in the top 10. I feel XPR has at least a decent aspect of decentralisation and what they are aiming to do would be revolutionary, should the team pull it off. As for no one talking about it - why would it be talked about when the coin has just passed $100m market cap? By the time everyone is talking about a project, you’re normally too late. When XPR hits its ATH once again (which is inevitable), you’ll definitely hear about it more.
As long as you can bridge (like on Proton $XPR) the wrapped tokens back to their native chains with super minimal or no fees at all. Everyone was bitching about gas fees while I was freely swapping & trading ETH absolutely free on Proton chain.
Proton XPR is only a couple years old. It’s a smart contract platform. Zero gas fees on user end. Fast transaction times and simple user name addresses. On chain KYC, because let’s face it, more regulations are coming. They are working on a full charter banking license.
I would try NDAX. It’s not really the greatest, it’s a flat 25 dollar withdrawal fee. But I’ve never had an issue transferring money to them. It doesn’t matter what CEX you use, it’s always a good idea to only use them as an on/off ramp. Just buy your crypto there, and send it to a DEX. Or cold storage. NDAX is a Canadian company, and I’ve never heard of anyone having issues getting money into their exchange. The downside is that it’s really only good for transaction large enough to justify the 25 dollar fee to withdraw to a DEX. Another one to look out for in the future (if the project goes forward as planned) is proton (XPR), using the webauth app, on IOS or Android. They are supposed to have fiat on/off ramp within the app this quarter. And all trades on their exchange are virtually free and instant. It’s hard to say whether it will actually end up being a successful project, since it’s somewhat new. But if they are successful, they have put a lot of effort into compliance, so it could wind up being a good way to get funds on an exchange.
why are you shitting on XPR? even if you dont like the XPR coin, you can still swap it for their Xtokens, which is pretty much wrapped bitcoin, wrapped eth, wrapped usdc, wrapped usdt, whatever, and can send gas free within their chain. you have no idea what youre talking about.
You're right man, 2, 3, 4x doesn't seem ideal to an average investor these days. Come to think of it, 2x can be make on 5 different projects which will literally amount to a huge gain when compounded over time, but I feel people don't have the time and patience that these fundamental projects needs. These days I'm more interested in low caps built on solid fundamentals. Come to talk of the likes of SPOOL, DIA, XPR, OIN. I also be compounding gains from trading sometimes. As it is being said "slow and steady wins the race. I'm in no rush.
If XPR wins the lawsuit, I might get into privacy coins, but for now I'm sticking with cedefi projects, which will come in handy when the government regulates crypto. I'm keeping an eye on blockbank because they're about to launch debit card, which I'm excited about.
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