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An inadvertent rational for why DOT could be one of the first altcoin ETF
Why would StockTwits, a highly reputable trading/finance forum put a fake S&P6900 on the platform? I'm assuming this is some kind of cryptocurrency as the commentors are all seemingly young people talking about "flipping the S&P500"
Does anyone have more info on this? Is it potentially a scam?
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Dogecoin (DOGE) price is trading with a bullish bias, not only showing a broader market bullishness but also a newly found flow of capital into the meme coin market, with CoinMarketCap data showing meme coins are rallying on the seven-day timeframe. As capital flows into meme coins, Dogecoin price broke out above the upper boundary of an ascending parallel channel to test the midline of a supply barrier. Lets Take a closer look and see what it means. DOGE/USDT DOGE/USD DOGE/USDC DOGE/BUSD #dogecoin #crypto #cryptocurrency #price #priceaction #memecoin
I did some mining in the past, but I sold my rig due to electricity prices on my area, now I want advice what to do with the 3.7 eth I manage to mine, I want to sell it and use it to buy BTC because I now the next bull run is coming what are your thoughts reddit community ?
Anyone notice this?
It seems XMR doesn't fluctuate as much or as fast as the others. It may eventually catch up but got the most part it's slow to do so. XMR feels much more steady it seems. I guess that makes it more usable as cash.
Hi Guys! Looking to speak with a Crypto Guru that knows a bit about Saitama and Cold Wallets. Some things I am seeing on my end don’t quite make sense to me, but I’m far from an expert.
I have, seemingly, lots of Saitama in my Ellipal Cold Wallet. Saitama transitioned into a V2 coin sometime ago, while my coins were in said cold wallet. Now, if I try to send any of that to MetaMask, or even SaitaPro, the transaction goes through, and even shows on Etherscan as a completed transaction. BUT, when I look for any funds to appear in either of those wallets, nothing shows up, not even a transaction record. I’m so confused… 🤦🏻♂️ I know after the migration to V2, the transaction rate is DRASTICALLY different… But I thought I would at least see a tiny change, even after the decimal point, but nothing. Anyone here have a similar issue, or know when I may be doing wrong (besides investing in Saitama, already heard that plenty of times)?
I've always been interested in metrics and indicators to keep an objective eye on bitcoin and its development instead of getting caught in fear or greed. So I wanted to gather a few here and rank them through personal experience - and ask if you guys have found any other useful ones.
Here's a roundup of the risk indicators I'm aware of. Any suggestions for others to include?
Always keen to hear about others' experiences and any additional risk indicators that might be worth adding to this list!
Community is core in Web3. Imagine you have a Web3 project. Would you create an Ambassador program for it? Is there any project you know of which has run a successful Ambassador program?