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Diversification

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I don’t understand how moons work

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XYO: Worth a Look? Here's what I've found >

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Xyo: Worth a Look? Here’s My Score!

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Thoughts on XYO Coin?

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Is XYO Network Crypto Like Coin App Worth Your Time?

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Quit being a crypto degen gambler thinking you're an "investor." Learn the difference.

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XYO's vision of an "verifiably accurate, trustless geolocation data network" - am I missing something here?"

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Thoughts on XYO? (XY Oracle?)

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XYO article "Is It a Good Investment?"

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Chia's new stablecoin and XYO Network pumped in 2021

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What side hustle do you do for extra crypto investing $$

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Oracles Sector Rises Along with Sudden Whale Interest in LINK

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Random Email turned Reddit post 😅 Revised with paragraphs. Sorry 🤦‍♂️

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Random email turned Reddit post? 😅

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What are your opinions on XYO? It “has a function” and therefore could end up becoming big *if* the technology is implemented

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Anyone know why XYO is showing that it jumped to over $1 mil a week ago??

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Can any of the big brains here explain why these two coins spiked so much… (SPELL & XYO)

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DCAing to a Balanced Portfolio?

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CoinMarketCap glitch made me think my XYO was worth something finally 😂

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XYO cryptocurrency increased by millions, but only briefly. ???

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Something big just happened all my phone is broken

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Advice on approach for the Long Hold & Mining Strategies

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Thoughts on the current dip - You guys think its recovering yet?

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Any XYO supporters?

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XYO - Genuinely interested in what you all think

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Look at XYO

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I have some FET, AGIX, ORAI. I'm gonna go buy some XYO and CTXC. Best of luck!! 🍀

I compiled a list the other day to do some further research: FET, AGIX, OCEAN, RLC, XYO, CTXZ, PHB, ORAI, VEC2.

Been buying FET this whole time. XYO is also kicking butt right now. Up 43%. ✊🏽

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Heck yeah, gonna go buy me some eggs with these XYO and FET gains. Might ever get a breakfast burrito.

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Randomly buying FET and XYO a while back turned out to be a decent decision.

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Fr, i put up 180 last week and earned 140 through XYO and Fetch.ai in 3 days. Took out my 180 and now im basically earning free money. All you have to do is stay active and im ngl, but many will argue this, Coincodex has been doing a fairly good job on predictions with these coins. But i never trust it for the full 100% and stay active/alert in risky situations. But since i'm not losing anything at the moment on the 180 i put in, there is in reality 0 risk involved. I just consider the money not here. The only mindet you should drop is "imagine what i could spend this money on" and get greedy. Through that always stupid shit happens. The goal is profit with as little risk possible involved. Initially there is always some risk, but that's just the rules of the game. I guess it is not even that much of a luck thing, but more the amount of time you are willing and capable of investing on researching + staying active. If you are doing something high risk, you better have your eyes locked and alerts/orders set up. But that's just my take.

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Still holding XYO… we need a new definition and regulatory body.

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XYO - ties physical locations to metaverse locations. Also happens to be starting to pump the last couple of days

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Dang, shouldn’t have sold all of my XYO.

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I remember seeing posts like this in June of 2021. People going off their tits about a 5% 'pump' this shit coin 'surged' 9% like no my dude, its exactly the same price it was a week or 2 weeks or a month ago its nothing special. Single digit 'pumps' even double digit under 20% is hardly a pump especially when coins can crash or pump tens of % in a matter of days or weeks. It's like weathermen exclaiming it's going to be raining and can finally water the drought we're in while it was raining twice as much as predicted a week ago. What about other coins that have pumped? XYO? APLHA? SGB? All 10%+ 'pumps' I don't see posts going off their tits about those. Why not? Because it's fucking normal! Make a post worth a damn when dogelon Mars actually soars up 26% or when axie actually pumps 39% otherwise fuck off outta here with a meager 6% 'pUmP' my dead grandmother's heart pumps blood higher than these fake ass 'pumps'

Mentions:#XYO#SGB#Mars

Good choice, makes you immune to blatant shills but you're also missing out on XYO the fastest rising Oracle network out there, get in before the real pump.

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Update Metamask? It wrongly thinks I am a multi millionaire due to my XYO holdings. Until I try to sell. Then it is like $35. Confidence inspiring!

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Stepn has been rough. I made sure to get my ROI on it as soon as I could, so now I just keep reinvesting most into the game and taking a bit out. Coin ($XYO) is another one I’ve had success with. Got in super early before it was listed on Coinbase and made a lot. I mostly use it while I’m driving since I do Doordash and Uber. Been hacking away at Walken and just started with Genopets since they count steps in the background.

Mentions:#ROI#XYO

Please don't forget about YFI, LRC, AMP, KAVA, ADA and XYO!

I forgot about fees, I've been wrapped up with the merge and unstaking for the next upgrade I forgot. I just haven't really felt like moving my BAT, XYO, GOD$, f2e, etc with the fees. I'd probably just get aave wraps for them honestly.

Mentions:#BAT#XYO#GOD
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XYO up 23%. This is only so it can continue to dump and disappoint daily.

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Hahahahahahaha! I'm not the one spamming every crypto subreddit to get people to buy into: TarotPunks - 11 months ago YOOSHI BSC20 - 11 months ago highunicornsnft - 10 months ago XYO - 8 months ago Quantum Lottery Numbers - 11 days ago ​ My friend, why do you need to convince anyone else to spend any money? You should be rich with all the successful shit you've touted!!!

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I got in late 2019. I was interested in companies using crypto to incentives participation in a project. The two main ones were XYO and Helium. In 2021 they were worth a ton of money but now they barely break even. Its been a fun hobby I haven't had an huge loss so its basically just been a good learning experience with little to no financial gain

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XYO

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Your identity wallet would include information from vehicle insurance, health insurance, registration and verifiable ownership of the vehicle you are driving in a single wallet. Your wallet can also contain information about your vehicle and its maintenance including recent path of travel due to something like XYO. It seems popular to point to a singular database and say “we already have that” but things that need security and universal access with ability to connect anywhere. This is where a blockchain shines.

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Alright someone gimme a bear case on XYO

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XYO

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XYO

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Any XYO token fans here? 🤓

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Yeah pretty much, you just kinda click on squares to “mine” as you’re out and about. It kinda sucks unless you’re doing it a lot, it eventually you can trade in the “COIN” you collect for XYO. You specifically mentions small amounts here and there so I figured I’d throw it out there

Mentions:#COIN#XYO
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Coin, it’s an app that logs your location and will pay you in increments in app. You trade the coins you earn in app for XYO tokens, the redeemable amount changes on XYO’s value, however it is usually worth $3-$5 per 10k. You can take surveys, play games, watch ads to earn additional coin. There are subscription levels starting at free and going up in price. Depending on what sub you have you earn different amounts, the more you move/drive the more you’ll earn. I’ve only used the free subscription and have earned like $100 a year or so, at the current value. Currently it’s at $.005 per XYO, ATH was about $.08. Personally I think it has a lot of potential with the geospatial data that is collected from the users and could be implemented for many things in the future.

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I use the Coin app to accumulate their coins by moving (walking, biking, driving), and then convert to either their native XYO token, BTC, or ETH. If you're a trucker or driving around all day working UPS, FedEx, Amazon, Doordash, etc it's a nice little bit of crypto everytime you're out.

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you can get a little XYO from the COIN app

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XYO. Great concept, decentralized GPS, but the app is myopic, and is only worth it for those who drive all day. On top of this, the team is very thin skinned and aggressively responds to any perceived criticisms on their sub. A lot of great potential, but absolutely no vision or the ship.

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XYO at like .07 and Solana at 100

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And XYO, which rewards movement but doesn't require it and instead of steps operates on a 9'x9' geomining grid. It equates to a few cents a day as well if you put the effort in and buy their little keychain thing to boost the return; can be done passively or actively by solving puzzles and moving. They diminished their distributions which kinda sucks but they're a decade old (2012) so change is to be expected. Also it has been a while since they put out anything really big, I think surveys were their last seriously earnable update, and they seem to not be pursuing developmental partnerships (such as with shipping companies) at this time which irks me a bit because that's their greatest potential. They had an AMA a while back which I was dumb enough to miss being an interested party.

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It's possible. If BTC goes crazy during the next bullrun it will drag everything up with it. The MC of XYO is only around 100mil, so it's definitely possible. Most people with XYO use what's called the COIN app. It essentially uses does GPS mining on your phone and you can swap your rewards for XYO.

Mentions:#BTC#XYO#COIN
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What does anyone think about XYO??

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I sold my XYO right before it pumped and my bag would have been a $600 investment into $600k, instead I sold for $2500 of ETH. Oh well you can’t really predict the future, but fuck!

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XYO

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XYO is a token that you can get from the geomoning app “Coin”. How it works is you have the app open while you’re traveling, and either by itself or with the help of add ons (a thing that looks like a portable speaker, or a little metal credit card looking thing) it collects geospatial data. The way I understand it, it’s to basically confirm the accuracy of GPS and seeking that accurate data to bigger companies. I could see self driving car makers using this data 🤷🏻‍♂️

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Email these question to the CEO of XYO

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tldr; The Securities and Exchange Commission has listed nine crypto tokens as unregistered securities. The tokens are AMP, Rally, Rally (RLY), DerivaDEX (DDX), XYO, Rari Governance Token (RGT), LCX, Powerledger (POWR), DFX, and Kromatika (KROM). The first seven are listed on Coinbase for trading. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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My first venture into crypto was with the Coin app and converting it into XYO. I was fortunate enough to start using the app before XYO listed on Coinbase. The day it listed I remember being on the phone with my dad, freaking out seeing the price pumping, and frantically telling him "I gotta go. I just made several thousand dollars, and it's still going up!"

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I used to talk about ALGO and XYO. Still believe, but I hope no one got hurt.

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XYO

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XYO. A neat project that is aiming to build a network using "proof of location". Goal is to use location data to verify the location of objects in the real world.

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XYO is the only alt coin for me

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Bruh I know what you mean about micro caps. Man, I brought $100 worth of XYO @ $1m market cap in 2019/20 Sold it after a month of holding Lost out of mad profits because I’m an idiot lol.

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Well that’s not entirely true. TLDR: Your largest allocation should not be in XRP and HBAR but should be in BTC or ETH. Then put whatever you want in altcoins. Don’t know what XYO is so can’t comment. Please don’t touch memecoin

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Well not financial advice but correct me if I’m wrong: 1) Your investment into XRP is probably based off researching into what has the highest price potential and it’s likely that XRP came up as the answer because it’s one of the more established coin, it has partnerships with banks and likely to be adopted. 2) Your investment into HBAR is probably based off trying to find a “better” blockchain technology since that is what HBAR offers, a distributed consensus mechanism. The rest of the Ethereum killers are too similar to Ethereum and therefore you chose HBAR for the potential TPS. 3) No idea what XYO is 4) ELON probably just a get rich quick meme coin you hope WSB and degens will moon or you saw some posts saying the ELON is going to moon and just hurry up buy some. I think most of us here will agree that the largest share of the investment is generally placed into Bitcoin as it is the most stable, albeit high volatility, amongst all the coins excluding stablecoins. Most altcoins move with Bitcoin and if Bitcoin goes up, altcoins tends to go up too. And there is no surprises or failures from Bitcoin thus far aside from all the environmental talk. The second highest investment is generally placed in Ethereum. The reason for this is because Ethereum is the most established altcoin and it has the largest TVL. It is safe to say that it will take up a large share of altcoins and most Ethereum killers are still a few years away from coming near Ethereum and it’s ecosystem. The next is probably just some altcoins like your XRP, Cardano, Solana, Polkadot etc. Just because if any of them really becomes a Ethereum killer, you can expect their market cap to grow by 4-5x. The last is the high risk high reward coins like your HBAR, where even if you DYOD, you have no idea what the heck the technology is. I won’t touch memecoin with a stick though, yea it did make some people filthy rich but a lot more lost money than those who became rich. Don’t use the example of Mark Zuckerberg to say that all Harvard dropouts can have the potential to be the CEO of a company

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XYO, QNT, IOTX, CHZ(World Cup end of year)

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> will it go up in the future? It's market based. If there are more buyers than sellers, yes. If not, no. > Is it worth going out of my way to make more posts and comments to earn moon. If you want to, but for the sake of the sub don't farm by like *this post got 1000 upvotes last week so I'm just gonna copy it and make my own version of it this week* or *someone else posted this news story and got 500 upvotes yesterday, I'ma find another place with the story and post it today and see if I can get 500 upvotes too*. > How do I even add moons to my metamask wallet as well as where do I even view it? You moons go to your reddit vault, which is just what reddit calls crypto addresses. If you download the reddit app you can access your wallet and get the seed phrase, which you can put into MetaMask. > Also is it a good investment to buy it with real cash, do you see it going up in the next bull rush? Nobody knows the future. > Is it too complicated to set up where it’s not worth it? It's made for you by default. > How many moons do you have and how long have you been active? As long as you aren't on old.reddit, just look by the person's username and you'll see how many moons they have. > Can I swap it for other cryptos like ETH or XYO? It's a normal crypto. You can swap it like you can any other crypto.

Mentions:#ETH#XYO
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XYO, and go...

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I just bought ETH and some alts ANKR, CTSI & XYO.. maybe prepare for a dump across the board? Hope not, tho!! However, weekends are always tricky..

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I had a co-worker whom I told about XYO and crypto.com he went all in and then cashed out and quit work. He’s now living a relaxed life and isn’t working. I’m kicking myself for not doing something similar, but he was single and I have a wife and a second kid on the way so I play things more cautiously.

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Have those plus ANKR, XYO & eyes set on a new launch - FLD. This would be the low caps collection.

Mentions:#ANKR#XYO
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Aave and compound is money markets and peer to peer lending without needing banks and large financial institutions to go through. It's permissionless so ya if people want to be a degen gambler they can. They want to cut their fingers off with a saw they bought at home Depot they can do that too. Uniswap is a Decentralized exchange. No giant NYSE building renting out big servers to financial firms to see data and get trades in before everyone else, no giant corporation, no needing broker companies in between you and the exchange. You don't know what you're talking about with Helium. Or you're thinking about a different network. Helium is a physical infrastructure network transmitting through LoRa. People have bought and setup their transmitters all over the world. Though primarily in North America and Europe. They're now moving towards 5g and 4g as well. People pay to have data relayed through the network and is now just another network that extends the Internet. It's infrastructure that no company owns. At best all companies can do now is influence it. Audius has nothing to do with Helium. I dunno I would address XYO and THETA but you don't really seem to know a single thing about any of these networks.

Mentions:#XYO#THETA
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Yes, the ones with actual users (Aave, Compound, Uniswap) are financial engineering for degens, similar to gambling. Helium is an actual ponzi with no real users. I've never heard of Audius but it's similar to helium. Trying to get people to use the service by paying them tokens. How is that any different than spotify or pandora, other than using 'blockchain, web3, crypto' buzzwords. Theta and XYO are vaporware. Call me when they release a single thing. ​ But your'e right, I forgot about the actual use case. Scams and financial gambling.

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You mean like Audius, Aave, Compound, uniswap, Helium Network, Theta, XYO?

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Who out here still holding out for XYO or ANKR?😅😂

Mentions:#XYO#ANKR
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It's a tough situation having a few coins I want to get rid of but they are so low right now. It's the battle of sell them for whatever they are worth now and put into a better solid project or use that money to DCA heavily into my better holdings. I go back and forth just losing my mind. XYO HBAR DOT MANA. These are what I want to get rid of but just don't know. Helpppppp

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XYO

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This current bear market, Loopring, ETH, Moon and Kava. Holding BTC, ATOM, BNB, XYO and DOGE for a few "cycles" already.

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Happy I bought XYO the other day - let’s see how much it pumps! And CTSI and ANKR are always on my DCA / dip buying list! Low caps in the cents territory are my plays!

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Glad I’ve been DCA-ing in the lows of XYO. It pumped nicely again today! Now let’s see if it happens for ANKR and CTSI as well! Hope we’ll have a green week ahead!

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ETH and BTC spare change goes into XYO

Mentions:#ETH#BTC#XYO
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XYO although more of a long shot these days.

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I regret selling 330k XYO for 60 bucks at like a 750 dollar loss. If I kept and sold when they shot up to 6 cents (yes I would've sold to invest into other projects I like) I would've net a solid 20k. I learned that even if you lose faith in something still hold a small bag of it just incase you're wrong to abandon it. I was a smaller fish at the time so that 60 bucks meant something to me but in retrospect it was literally just 60 bucks lmao

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FOMO is back indeed. And news are pumping us left and right. ANKR jumped more than 50% on the Binance Labs investment news.. and what can we say about ETH? It doubled in 1 month. Euphoria is back into the market. Now I’m waiting for FLD to launch (a new liquidity aggregator) - hope to get to ride it since the beginning. Easy gains, in my opinion.. And let’s see XYO if is printing the next leg up!

Mentions:#ANKR#ETH#XYO
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tldr; The Securities and Exchange Commission has listed nine crypto tokens as unregistered securities. The tokens are AMP, Rally, Rally (RLY), DerivaDEX (DDX), XYO, Rari Governance Token (RGT), LCX, Powerledger (POWR), DFX, and Kromatika (KROM). The first seven are listed on Coinbase for trading. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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The weird thing is what the SEC chose to deem a security. AMP and XYO have utility… then coins like BNB or KCS, that the value is clearly tied to the success of the exchange, are allowed to go on business as usual.

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CDC is also delisting it and XYO

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XYO

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I rarely take profits because I'm in it for the long haul, and my portfolio strategy is based on a 30/30/40 ratio. 40% ETH, 30% BTC, and 40% alts (ZPAY, RIDE, XYO, TRON, and a few others). And always adding to it. I don't really have an exit strategy, I have about 25 years until retirement and may retire on them.

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I bought some XYO before the pump. And glad I booked some profits, but I still think it can go higher.. it definitely got the attention needed. Accumulating ETH as well and have my eyes set on FLD launch, a liquidity aggregator soon hitting the market. Let’s see!

Mentions:#XYO#ETH
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Like XYO.

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Anyone knows what's happening with XYO?

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It's a revolutionary coin that tracks all the possible patterns of a yo-yo. It even has a DAO that votes on the best yo-yo design every month. Not to mention the absurd utilities they have - XYO holders can enter the underground yo-yo tournament for free. ​ ***narrator: it's a fucking shit coin***

Mentions:#DAO#XYO
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the fuck is XYO?

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The fuck is going on with XYO?

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I’ve been DCA’ing for over a year on XYO. I’ll keep going.

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Surprised more people aren’t talking about the XYO + Amazon partnership. Took me half a day to figure out why it popped…

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XYO with a huge pump! Knocked off a zero.

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AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX and KROM). Not sure if thats what you mean but i read your statement as the reverse

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Here are the 9 tokens which the article fails to mention: * AMP * RLY * DDX * XYO * RGT * LCX * POWR * DFX * KROM

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>But explain to me how a XRP co-founder cashing out over 3 billion someone selling an asset is not a part of the howey test nor is it relevant. >and people buying expecting the price to increase isn't a security? There is no investment contract because there is no common enterprise. "In order to satisfy the “common enterprise” aspect of the Howey test, federal courts require that there be either “horizontal commonality” or “vertical commonality.” See Revak v. SEC Realty Corp" and ""(discussing horizontal commonality as “the tying of each individual investor’s fortunes to the fortunes of the other investors by the pooling of assets, usually combined with the pro-rata distribution of profits” and two variants of vertical commonality, which focus “on the relationship between the promoter and the body of investors”)" The problem in these cases the SEC is trying to stretch the definition in every way possible hoping something eventually sticks. "The Commission, on the other hand, does not require vertical or horizontal commonality per se, nor does it view a “common enterprise” as a distinct element of the term “investment contract.” -Source https://www.sec.gov/files/dlt-framework.pdf The SEC is choosing to ignore the supreme court because it cant give a detailed explanation nor can they connect what does or doesnt constitute the common enterprise which is required for there to be an investment contract. In the LBRY case they are trying to claim https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FUlgX1rVUAAtow8?format=jpg&name=900x900 Which basically saying, anything that could possibly appreciate and be traded in a secondary market becomes an investment contract. which is insane. In the Ripple case they are arguing that they dont need vertical or horizontal commonality to have an investment contract. Which is also insane and now this recent Wire fraud / Insider trading scandal with (AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM). . They are now stating these are securities A: they dont have the power to do B: In some of the cases they dont have the jurisdiction to take them to court to even determine their status (LCX is based in Lichtenstein not USA) C: They havnt named any of those founders nor companies as defendants, so they cant defend themselves over their status. D: They will use this as grounds and precedent to go after any exchange that listed these tokens in the USA. The SEC is trying Any and every possible way to try and gain power over the Crypto space. and so far thanks to Ripple in part as well as hopefully LBRY, they wont get it. next up to defend the entire space tho is a guy who committed wire fraud and insider trading. He doesnt have the capital to have 9 mini trials to determine the status of each of these assets, nor to defend coinbase (who wont get to defend themselves) He'll most likely take a plea deal with includes him having to admit they are securities and he knew they always have been / were.

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With only a quick look and basic understanding this appears to be a good thing for the space as a whole, and in some ways it is. Once you dig deeper tough, the problem is that there are multiple horrible legal precedents that the SEC is trying to sneak into this case which is supposed to only be about the issue of insider trading/wire fraud **Issue #1** The first is that the SEC is stating that 9 Assets are unregistered securities in this case (AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM). The SEC is not just accusing the defendants of breaking the law. The SEC is accusing 10 unrelated, uncharged companies of breaking the law (9 assets and 1 exchange) Not only does the SEC not have the power to this, they dont give detailed legal analysis as to how they came to this conclusion. I posted this yesterday but the SEC is using the same shady tactics it is using in the LBRY and Ripple case in an attempt to regulate by enforcement and expand its power. In order for something to be a security one of the 4 prongs of the howey test is that there is an Investment contract. The supreme court has ruled that there must be a Common Enterprise in order for there to be an investment contract. >"In order to satisfy the “common enterprise” aspect of the Howey test, federal courts require that there be either “horizontal commonality” or “vertical commonality.” See Revak v. SEC Realty Corp" to explain further >"(discussing horizontal commonality as “the tying of each individual investor’s fortunes to the fortunes of the other investors by the pooling of assets, usually combined with the pro-rata distribution of profits” and two variants of vertical commonality, which focus “on the relationship between the promoter and the body of investors”)" and what does the SEC's do with this information? Well in their own words though they have stated that it doesnt matter and are ignoring this requirement. >"The Commission, on the other hand, does not require vertical or horizontal commonality per se, nor does it view a “common enterprise” as a distinct element of the term “investment contract.” -Source https://www.sec.gov/files/dlt-framework.pdf The SEC is choosing to ignore the supreme court because it cant give a detailed explanation nor can they connect what does or doesnt constitute the common enterprise which is required for there to be an investment contract. In fact, One of the assets they listed as a security (LCX) Isnt even founded in the USA, Its from Liechtenstein. This means the SEC has no grounds nor jurisdiction to take LCX to court (which would be required to make it a security) This case is going to end up needing 9 mini trials to determine the status of each of these assets and the defendants/issuers will not get to have their day in court to defend their status because they aren't named defendants by the SEC. **Issue #2** They arent going after the issuers, nor the exchange which apparently traded these "illegal securities offerings" Instead they go after a single person and his family for multiple reasons. 1. The guy is not going to have the capital to fight this because he will have to argue how and why all 9 of these assets failed to register as digital asset security's and how one exchange was operating and unregistered national securities exchange. (not gonna happen) 2. Hes going to therefore have to accept a plea deal and admit to whatever they want (including that these assets are securities and he knew they were the whole time) 3. This case will be used as the legal precedent to start going after exchanges (many of these assets are listed on other exchanges in the US) now exchanges have to either Delist the assets or face possible SEC action against them (we saw what happened when all the US exchanges de-risked by delisting XRP), it is going to cause turmoil, big fucking dips and could prolong a bear market maybe even indefinitely. Since the SEC didnt name any of the exchanges nor issuers of tokens as defendants, they wont be allowed to defend themselves in court. This is regulation by enforcement via a shady backdoor. a Commissioner of the CFTC came out yesterday and released a statement clashing with the SEC and their regulation by enforcement tactics https://www.cftc.gov/PressRoom/SpeechesTestimony/phamstatement072122 to clarify, I'm not trying to pass over/ignore the insider trading or fraud allegations in any way. If the allegations are true, the defendants should be held accountable for their actions/decisions. But we need to & should condemn both the defendants' alleged conduct & the SEC's unjust tactics as well.

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XYO as well.

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TLDR: Coinbase has listed Te Flexa Network’s AMP, Rally Network (RLY), DerivaDEX (DDX), XYO, Rari Governance Token (RGT), and Lichenstein Cryptoasset Exchange (LCX). Others are Power Ledger (POWR), DFX Finance (DFX), and Kromatilka (KROM). SEC believes these to be securities and therefore CB “100% disagrees with the SEC’s decision to file these securities fraud charges".

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Not sure they are picking a fight… that’s the rub. AMP is insurance utility and XYO is spatial utility. Values are holding for now.

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Trying to decide what to do with my AMP and XYO bags. Do I hold or tax harvest before the SEC brings the hammer down on the 9 it deemed securities? Could it be that they are properly ‘registered’ securities? $4k to $400 so not a huge deal, just don’t want them to endorse them and miss out on the 1000% gains if we finally get clarity.

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I have AMP and XYO. These are two that I had the most hope to actually have utility in payments and geospatial location. Not just ‘number goes up’ I think there may be a path to SEC endorsement of a select few crypto’s via lawsuits. This is one feature of XRP winning is that it would only be the 2nd crypto with clarity.

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“The assets were: AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM. They were each mentioned in connection with alleged insider trading.”

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There actually alleging 9 other crypto as securities those of which are : AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM.

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https://www.sec.gov/litigation/complaints/2022/comp-pr2022-127.pdf >24\. A digital token or crypto asset is a crypto asset security if it meets the definition of a security, which the Securities Act defines to include “investment contract,” i.e., if it constitutes an investment of money, in a common enterprise, with a reasonable expectation of profit derived from the efforts of others. As described in greater detail below, during the relevant period, Ishan provided material, nonpublic information about, and Nikhil and Ramani traded in, **at least nine crypto asset securities that meet this definition**. The SEC says AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, and KROM are all securities.

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the SEC is alleging that there were 9 digital assets that are securities, but they dont explain their analysis for even one. They also dont sue/go after the exchange where it was traded or the issuers of the tokens AKA The people with the resources to fight back, they simply went after a guy and his family. This is quite interesting since the 9 assets in question (AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM.) would each require their own smaller trial in order to be considered a security. I find it hilarious that are now focusing on insider trading instead of the exchanges/founding company/teams. this guy is the low hanging fruit.

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The SEC has just identified all of these as securities: AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM. Not sure why they aren’t dumping hard but you might want to look into it if you on a large amount of any of them.

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I get around 30K-40K coins a Month driving around and doing surveys. I do one-two surveys a night which take no more than 20 minutes. When I cash out my coin, I get between $17-$20 of XYO tokens. The amount of XYO tokens vary depending on the price of the XYO token. Right now, is great to accumulate XYO token while it's down so much. I also have the $12 recharge card. I tried the Pro account. I made around 90K coins tokens which came out to be around $40, if I remember correctly, but it was more cost effective to close that membership, because it was $34.99 a month and, after paying the membership fee, I only made $5 instead not having a membership and making $15-20. I do miss some days doing surveys, If I went hard in the paint on Surveys, I probably could earn around 50K-60K a month in coin tokens.

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ANKR, CTSI, XYO - these are low caps with big potential in my opinion!

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This is what always gets new users - the rate is (and has always been) approx $5 of XYO for 10k in-app coin, so the actual ‘number’ of XYO tokens is irrelevant - it’s based on the varying $ value at time of conversion (which is fair). So if XYO was magically $1 one day - you’d get 5 XYO per 10k in-app COIN - *but it’s still worth $5 at point of conversion*.

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I kept getting rejected in "applying" for the surveys which legit brought brought back some shit memories around being unemployed years back so I'll keep plugging away to another 10K coins and be done with it. Earning 1 million XYO to gain .025 BTC would take a very long time but having already had 10K XYO come into my ETH wallet I can confirm those payouts at least are honoured. The premium plans are very exxie unfortunately but as a concept geomining has much potential.

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XYO

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Add CTSI and XYO - if we are talking about active developers, look at the Github repository progress, I think XYO was ranked 2 times in the top 3 for GitHub commitment among the crypto projects. And CTSI, just released the rollups 0.3.0 and new examples for Rust developers as well. Active development is crucial!

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