I'm not fully convinced about Sol considering all the recent happenings. My top crypto picks for the next bull run are BTC, ETH, BNB, MATIC, ATOM, OCEAN, FET, NEAR, and ZIL just to mention a few.
I already have buy orders at $10k and $8k, I don't think that its price can go lower than that. A time for building it is, along with some low caps with growth potential like RAIL, MDX, ZIL just to get well positioned for the bull run, if it ever comes. lol
HNT/ZIL/DOT/CRO/EGLD are my tier one coins in no particular order but I am mining HNT so that’s the coins I have most of. Plus just as aside HNT is what got me into crypto so it’ll always be near and dear to my heart.
Looks like *something* happened. ZIL is still fine as far as price action. Other places have gZIL at a radically different price. Looks like it flash crashed on one DEX (XCAD) and is at the regular price elsewhere. I don't have an XCAD-compatible wallet installed and every time I tried to see what swapping a token into gZIL would net, regular ZIL would be replaced when I chose a token to swap from, If you can figure out how to get it I would get it. The instant arbitrage would be insane.
I'm not sure what yields you are getting on ZIL & CRO, but there are decent returns in the Binance earn section; DOT, BUSD, CTSI, etc are included You can also check the cosmos ecosystem as it has good yields for staking, but the only ish is that you need to wait 21 days to unbound which might not be okay should you need instant liquidity Providing liquidity on DeFi protocols; Pancakeswap, Uniswap can as well earn you passive income.
I believe that now is a good time to invest in some low-cap assets , such as TOWER, ZIL, and RAIL or which ever you piques your interest. Anyone who has previously experienced a recession will be able to understand this.
Right now the coin I'm focused on (ZIL) is at a price point that is half of the past yearly average. It has been at a value at least 3X this, on many occasions, in the last few years. ​ Gonna do a long term D.C.A. play on it, and see what happens.
My top five are KDA, COMP, ZIL, LDO, AZERO and bullishly waiting for THOL from the AlephZero ecosystem..To me it looks like they're going to change the fundraising area for ever..Democratization and transparency are much needed things in the area
Lot different than before, pretty much everyone wanted "their coin" to be used by everyone for cool things that you couldn't do easily with regular currencies - Now it's basically just marketcap, even if the coin is some ERC20 nonsense that literally anyone can make, number go up is the only important thing. How often does IOTA or ZIL get talked about, despite having active thriving communities? Never, right? Well, it's not because the project is dead, it's because they have the marketcaps of scamcoins like [Tether fuckin' Gold](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/tether-gold) and people equate that to project success for whatever reason.
Got my main bag in ZIL. It's stabler than most, has an interesting roadmap, and the staking rewards are really good. Initially bought in around $0.04, and have D.C.A.'d for the past year. Missed selling when it jumped to $0.18, but that's life. My bag continues to grow anyways.
Why is this comedy? I think there’s actually a legitimate market for something like this. Sure ZIL isn’t a “top tier” project, but it’s not that bad overall. It has potential and is developed by a team in Asia that seems to know their market.
tldr; Zilliqa has revealed a prototype Web3-focused gaming console and hub set to launch in 2023. The console will allow gamers to earn ZIL coins for completing in-game quests, similar to how existing games reward users with virtual currency, except now the rewards involve blockchain technology. Zilliqa is a layer one blockchain for smart contracts. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
tldr; Zilliqa is preparing to launch a hardware console and gaming hub for Web3 gaming. The console will feature a crypto wallet, mining software, and in-game "skill-to-earn" missions, tasks and quests. Players will be able to earn Zilliqa (ZIL) tokens through the completion of in- game tasks. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
In this market, the merge won't have a significant impact on prices or anything in general. ETH staking will still be quite expensive. As crucial this might be on the big picture, any significant changes will reflect on the long term. My personal opinion is: Most ETH miners will be forced to either assume losses or move to mine other options like ERG or ZIL, thus promoting further diversity on blockchains fueled by bridges and stuff in the long run.
TLDR: Staking is good for helping to secure the network and liquidity as well as passive gains, but better if in your own wallet, and be mindful of differing lock up periods ranging from none to 14days, 21 days, 6months, 1 year. \------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Depends. Staking does create passive income. But where you stake is important, not to mention your time frame. Staking depending on the project can help secure the network, help with transactions and provide liquidity. I would avoid staking on exchanges. Stake only with your own wallet (hot wallet or cold wallet) be mindful that a coin like ATOM takes 21 days to unlock, ZIL takes 13ish days to unlock, ADA is fluid there is no lock up, but takes a few EPOCHs before you earn rewards (roughly about 14-18 days depending when you start in the EPOCH). Or in the case of ETH 2.0 UNK lock up period. The people who say it isn't worth might've been the ones how locked up for an extended period of time on an exchange or CEX and due to market conditions were unable to sell before a big drop example: ETH 2.0 lock it up for unknown period when it was worth 4k a token and now it's around 1500 als0 think of owning ATOM and wanting to sell at 40 but by the time you unstake it's in the teens or anyone tied to Celsius/Terra debacles (couldn't unstake before price cratered). Other tokens in order to lock in supply might've had 6month or 1yr stake lock ups in return for large percentage (MELD/AADA on Cardano network). If you locked up MELD for a year(15% return) when it was worth 0.18 ADA, you would've have been able to sell before it dropped down to .04 ADA). Same goes for AADA (when it was around 3 ADA, now 1.40 ADA) had you staked to gain 20% by locking it up for a year. Now price movements happen and if you had a crystal ball you wouldn't be on this website. There is nothin wrong with staking (even if you lock up for an extended period) if you believe in and see value long term in the project. Yes you lose out on those up and down price actions, but as you stated you're a buy and hold person not a swing/day trader.
>Valkyrie CIO Steve McClurg says, Valkyrie, which has about $1 billion in assets under its management, is moving its funds to Bitcoin and other smart contract blockchains such as Avalanche (AVAX) and Zilliqa (ZIL). “Right now Bitcoin is really the flight to safety for a lot of our funds…some of the more established proof-of-stake protocols are also a great place to be. Places like Avalanche and Zilliqa… So we’re really moving out of anything that has too much exposure to ETH right now until we see this merge sometime in \[the\] middle \[of\] September and into some of the safer larger crypto protocols.” McClurg says that Ethereum’s upgrade to a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism comes with tradeoffs that could pose major risks to investors.
As long as you are willing to lose what you put in, you are good. That's not to say we all think something will happen someday and we'll all lose out. Just precaution. Make sure you are aping into projects with long-term potential. BTC, ETH, we all know. Personally putting more interest in LINK, DIA, & ZIL. Hopefully all turns out well for us all.
The person I responded to said "Cardano hasn't done shit." My response was to provide one thing they've done that proves that to be false. And to respond to you - It's not a single variable. This is just a piece that has been present now for around 2 years and hasn't failed. They're pretty much on par with their offerings (for better or worse) when compared to other chains like Ethereum but the flexible staking is unique and **impressive**. I'm not even comparing Ethereum's current form of staking to this because I have no idea what their plan for locking period is after actual staking gets released. Right now, the ETH is locked as a sign of faith and belief in the chain as a whole and to me doesn't fall into the same category. I know plenty of individuals that have gotten into staking on ZIL, Fantom, and whatever else and rage when they realize they have to wait 5-10 days to unlock. Reminds me of J.G. Wentworth's "It's my money and I need it NOW!" I'm not saying its the definite way forward, but other chains have not provided a solution like Cardano's. A solution like theirs is closer to having a savings account at a bank and acquiring daily interest on what's in your account. The freedom to have quick access to your funds would only lead the average new-comer to feel more comfortable with venturing into crypto.
ZIL, CELR, ROSE I've already got a bit of each but I am contemplating getting a little more serious about them. I'm in no rush right now though. One that I have been holding for a long time that is a total longshot and my riskiest holding (as far as I can tell) is Contentos (COS) which is a web3 decentralized video platform. I'm completely torn between leaving it as is or adding more.
Currently I'm holding quite a bit of ZIL in a Zillet wallet & a bit of BTC in Electrum. I was advised to use Guarda, Atomic Wallet, Exodus since I control the private key. But I'm not 100% sure of what I ought to do. I just plan to keep my ZIL & BTC safe from any exchanges for the fear of them collapsing
You failed to mention the utility. I'm sure many would have liked to know why you think it's a great hold. For me, it will always be BTC and ETH first then BNB, ATOM, MATIC, OCEAN, LINK, ZIL and other utility driven projects.
I’ve been keeping my eye on their development and shenanigans come to mind at times. I’ve generally liquidated all of my portfolio at the beginning of May, pre Luna, and now only keep BTC, ETH I mine and smallish amounts of Helium, ZIL, BNB and SOL I had staked at the time, but only trade BTC