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TopHat213 3 points ago +3 / -0

ACcording to the small print the communist bill will target defi and everything else too. Not sure how that will realistically work, but yeah.

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TopHat213 1 point ago +1 / -0

See into the future, invest in a new crypto that 1000xs, they exist, but good luck sniffing them out without the ability to see into the future.

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TopHat213 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not even an adequate warning. How exactly does using either cause these issues? How frequent do these issues occur?

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TopHat213 2 points ago +2 / -0

Tempting, but my portfolio is red across the board.

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TopHat213 2 points ago +2 / -0

It seems like a decent time to buy most coins. That said, who knows what will happen in the immediate and long-term future. what I did to play it safe was I put in bit by bit until I ran out. Spacing out your positions helps average out your investment which can be useful if it drops.

A mistake I made was I went mostly all in toward the peak before it crashed, leaving me empty-handed as I saw many assets fall for dirt cheap.

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TopHat213 3 points ago +3 / -0

ETH is the internet explorer of crypto. People only tolerate it because it is the best/only way to get specific cryptos.

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TopHat213 2 points ago +2 / -0

It has value so as long as people value filth which they do.

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TopHat213 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not sure if they mean anything, but I watch content from Tyler S, altcoin daily, Lark davis.

They tend to talk about fundamentals and whatnot.

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TopHat213 2 points ago +2 / -0

An interesting thought. Shiba has jumped roughly from a relative factor of 7 to a peak of 85 and is currently at around 75 and everyone is talking about it. Roughly a 10-fold jump

At the same time, baby dogecoin saw similar movements, a roughly 8-fold increase, and no one is talking about it.

I can't help but wonder how high BDG will go if it gets catapulted into the forefront of discussion everywhere in the same manner Shiba was.

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TopHat213 3 points ago +3 / -0

Damn straight, id put mine in a liquidity generating token.

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TopHat213 4 points ago +4 / -0

Didnt it already hit?

Relatively speaking, it is following the same trajectory doge hit before it crashed. I suspect it will continue to fall based on that, granted doge also fell at the same time the rest of the market tanked by the jews. That said, who really knows where it will organically land.

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TopHat213 4 points ago +4 / -0

Just once I would like for a company that I actually support to do something stupid so I can boycott them. That said, his strategy was carried out during WW2 and, surprise surprise, the companies that benefited off slave labor fought tooth and nail to keep them long after the men returned from the war.

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TopHat213 1 point ago +1 / -0

It is very hit and miss. Once you understand the psychology then you fall into less traps than the average person. That said, the rules change all the time so any plan or pattern you can sniff out will work until it doesn't.

That said, it is always gratifying to put some money into something and take it at when it rises 20 percent, while it does not sound significant, 20% of 5 or 6 figures can mean something. At the same time, a poor choice leads your money to getting tied up, forcing you to leave it there and hope for the best or pull out at a loss to deal with other matters.

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TopHat213 4 points ago +4 / -0

Risk v reward. There are some 10 thousand different cryptocurrencies to choose from. Some of them are viable, many of them are scams or joke/social/meme coins.

What you say about low cap coins is true but good luck differentiating between them for viability.

That said, factor in the psychology of stupid people that follow the herd and you can make some good money on the side from shit coins if you can sniff out the momentum before it arises. Again, good luck picking out from the several thousands.

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TopHat213 1 point ago +1 / -0

Some announcement apparently about news that it will go to a penny somehow. If it is anything like SFM, the claim is that the supply will someday be burn enough to make such a high price feasible.

Everyone took it as prophecy and bought in and has since shot up, but it looks like the reality is setting in because it is starting to fall.

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TopHat213 3 points ago +3 / -0

It was definitely one of the best times to invest since crypto fear greed index was in the 20s. Now it is in the 40s-50s

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TopHat213 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yep, plenty of videos of people looking into shit she invests in. They also invest the same way and turn out profitable.

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TopHat213 1 point ago +1 / -0

The likelihood of that mooning is inversely proportional to how many people know about this. That said, if it has not risen in anticipation of this release, then there is a better chance it may spike.

I will pretend to drop 4 figures.

And just as I type this, I see the price already shot up 20 percent.

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TopHat213 2 points ago +2 / -0

It takes a few good ass kickings to practice taking some money off the table. While I am not entirely satisfied with the amount that I took off the table to reinvest, I am pleased that it is better than me leaving everything on during may.

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TopHat213 1 point ago +1 / -0

I hear you. I took the effort to jot down everything on excel and have it streamlined so that I know exactly what transactions are profitable to sell at a given moment. I may also modify it to keep track of losses for tax purposes.

But yeah, don't fall for that "diamond hand" BS and take money off the table whenever you need to.

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TopHat213 3 points ago +3 / -0

Me. My hypothesis was that this week will see an unprecedented significant dip. So I was able to jump in finally.

My next hypothesis is an uptrend to begin by the end of this week or next. Given the severity of the dip, I expect an additional week will cause things to stabilize before going back up.

NFA and all that.

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TopHat213 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is valid. Another thing to look out for are social coins'. They are similar to meme coins in that they are more group-specific, like sports coins and other brands.

I suspect this trend in rising social coins will spawn many companies producing their own "fun bux" coin equivalent.

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TopHat213 3 points ago +3 / -0

My experience with binance is that you pay 0.1% fees at the most per transaction. So to break even, you would need to sell an asset above 0.2% your purchasing amount.

Putting in money via debit will cost you about 5%. You can wire it for a flat 25 fee which is ideal if you intend to add more than 500 dollars.

I do not know the fees of withdrawing anything.

There are also coin-specific fees you will need to watch out for, I notice buying BNB automatically took out 5 or 10%.

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TopHat213 3 points ago +3 / -0

It is as valid as any other meme coin. Whether or not it will pay out is anyone's guess since there is little in the way of fundamentals.

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