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  • Ultimate cheat sheet for your due diligence. A neat and helpful sheet which will come handy when looking at coins/projects you deem interesting enough to invest money in. ALWAYS do your own research. A sheet like this will help a lot!
    by /u/Raaaaafi on July 27, 2021 at 4:09 am

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  • How long until other platforms adopt the r/cryptocurrency moons model?
    by /u/RenegadeGypsy on July 27, 2021 at 3:04 am

    ‘Imaginary internet points’ have existed for decades but never with such a direct financial component as moons. Currently, if you want to make money on the likes of Instagram, tiktok etc you’ve got to be one of the most popular content creators. On r/cryptocurrency, your level of contribution dictates your slice of the moon-pie each month. I believe that if it proves profitable for reddit and it’s advertisers, we will see this model adopted across a larger span of subreddits and likely to other social media platforms- in turn making moons the OG online community contributor coin. submitted by /u/RenegadeGypsy [link] [comments]

  • Stop thinking and just DCA
    by /u/Life_Museum on July 27, 2021 at 2:28 am

    Much like you, I thought I was smart. Smarter than the average American. I thought I could figure this crypto thing out and be wealthy in no time. I was buying and selling and ultimately not making a penny. One week I was up big, the next down big. I would see posts about people DCA-ing but that seemed like it would take sooo long. I want to be in my Lambo now. I was addicted to looking at charts and drawing squiggly lines and the chaos of it all. A few months back when bitcoin was at its high I was just done. If I just bought and held I would have done hundreds of percents better. Even with bitcoin at its ATH I started to DCA. Ive been putting 10% of my paychecks into BTC and ETH. I stopped looking at charts. I stopped staying up all hours of the day in case something happened. Stopped panic selling and FOMOing in late. The chaos subsided. I check on it maybe once a week just to see where my average is So let’s recap: 1. If you think you’ll outsmart everyone and be wealthy in 6-12 months. Stop. 2. Stop looking at charts. Stop drawing squiggly lines. 3. Set up an recurring buy on whatever app you use. 4. Pretend you’re lighting that money on fire 5. Go live your life I promise it’s better this way. If you haven’t figured it out yet, you will eventually. Moons are better than Doge submitted by /u/Life_Museum [link] [comments]

  • 45% of Ultra Wealthy Families are Looking into Investing in Crypto and Think that it Will Improve Efficiency and Productivity like the Internet
    by /u/Dwez1337 on July 27, 2021 at 2:13 am

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  • These past two days are an example for why you should stay away from leverage if you don't know what you're doing.
    by /u/Hsiang7 on July 27, 2021 at 2:10 am

    People are getting too greedy and playing with leverage again. Looks like today it's longs getting liquidated and driving the price down. Yesterday it was shorts getting liquidated driving the price up, today it's longs getting liquidated and driving the price down. Too many new investors trying to make quick money that don't understand leverage start playing with leverage for the potential gains and get burned. If you're new to crypto and trading altogether, the best advice I can give you is to stay away from leverage. Even if it works out once, one day you'll overextend and get burned. Don't play with leverage if you don't know what you're doing. Take these past two days as a lesson. submitted by /u/Hsiang7 [link] [comments]

  • Made my first IRL crypto purchase today, and it was in the middle of nowhere
    by /u/xathmos on July 27, 2021 at 1:54 am

    I'm a van driver and I was dropping off a new guy. He lives 15 minutes off the main road of an already small town. On my way there I spot a little honey stand with a nice sign with a couple familiar faces on it, a bunch of popular cryptocurrencies! So I drop my guy off and come back, grab my phone, open my ALGO wallet and scan the guy's code. I was in and out in a minute with what is hopefully, in a few years, the world's most expensive jar of honey. Crypto is everywhere! submitted by /u/xathmos [link] [comments]

  • Well it's the last day of lockdown so I created an alphabet of shitcoins shitfographic
    by /u/Wargizmo on July 27, 2021 at 1:48 am

    ​ Everyone loves a good shitcoin or rugpull story. I compiled a list of 26 of my favourite (and not-so-favourite) shitcoins for you to enjoy. I have put it in infographic form so I could add some pictures in. Hope you enjoy. ​ EDIT: I realised I had forgot to crop in F and W, the list is now full. ​ submitted by /u/Wargizmo [link] [comments]

  • ETH 2.0 Exceeds 200k Validators, Present Staking at $14 Billion in ETH
    by /u/jjr08009 on July 27, 2021 at 1:22 am

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  • Friendly Reminder: Close your computer, grab a drink and get some rest. Cryptocurrency is a Long-Term game.
    by /u/Mr-Night-Owl on July 27, 2021 at 12:27 am

    It is easy to constantly check the volatility in attempting to play swings here and there. Similar to stocks there will always be excitement in rumors, those attempting to sell the news or falling victim to fear. It is easy to stress what tomorrow, next week or even next month will look like but cryptocurrency is a long-term play. There will always be dips so it is good to use those toward your advantage for the future. Some may even fall victim to FOMO during spikes, but it will usually come back down for another entry. Those “spikes” can be good if you want to sell a certain percentage of your position before another expected dip or buy-target. However, the best thing you can do is just wait it out and go enjoy the outdoors. You should be proud that you are a part of something that is still relatively young to our financial system. You’re a financial pioneer. Below is a cool article to put in perspective of long term mentality. This could apply to other currencies as well although some are much higher risk than others. CNBC: How Much Money You’d Have if You Invested $1,000 in Bitcoin 1, 5 or 10 Years Ago   submitted by /u/Mr-Night-Owl [link] [comments]

  • Daily Discussion - July 27, 2021 (GMT+0)
    by /u/AutoModerator on July 27, 2021 at 12:00 am

    Welcome to the Daily Discussion. Please read the disclaimer, guidelines, and rules before participating. Disclaimer: Though karma rules still apply, moderation is less stringent on this thread than on the rest of the sub. Therefore, consider all information posted here with several liberal heaps of salt, and always cross check any information you may read on this thread with known sources. Any trade information posted in this open thread may be highly misleading, and could be an attempt to manipulate new readers by known "pump and dump (PnD) groups" for their own profit. BEWARE of such practices and exercise utmost caution before acting on any trade tip mentioned here. Please be careful about what information you share and the actions you take. Do not share the amounts of your portfolios (why not just share percentage?). Do not share your private keys or wallet seed. Use strong, non-SMS 2FA if possible. Beware of scammers and be smart. Do not invest more than you can afford to lose, and do not fall for pyramid schemes, promises of unrealistic returns (get-rich-quick schemes), and other common scams. Rules: All sub rules apply in this thread. The prior exemption for karma and age requirements is no longer in effect. Discussion topics must be related to cryptocurrency. Behave with civility and politeness. Do not use offensive, racist or homophobic language. Comments will be sorted by newest first. Useful Links: Beginner Resources Intro to r/Cryptocurrency MOONs 🌔 MOONs Wiki Page r/CryptoCurrency Discord r/CryptoCurrencyMemes Prior Daily Discussions r/CryptoCurrencyMeta - Join in on all meta discussions regarding r/CryptoCurrency whether it be moon distributions or governance. submitted by /u/AutoModerator [link] [comments]