What coin I should invest in?
by InfiniteOnTop - April 28, 2021 at 06:05 PM
#13
(April 29, 2021 at 03:03 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 02:55 PM)HassaMassa Wrote: I'm currently on VET, XRP, XML, BTC & ETH.

I genuinely feel VET has the best potential for serious gains over the next 5 years, as their blockchain seems it can actually be used for useful logistics in business and medicine etc. ETH feels like it's the best of the stable coins to me, mostly because it's still going up but isn't at silly levels yet like BTC.

XRP could go either way depending on how their legal issues go. I'm optimistic but that could also drop. XML is probably the one I wish I hadn't put into, it's not doing great. But then again, they all dropped lately since everything is still directly tied to BTC prices.

I'd advise to avoid anything like DOGE or hyped up shit that gets celebrity endorsements, that always seems to spell the end. If you were in early and already had a stupid amount, then great. But avoid putting money in at this point.

Take a look on something like Coinmarketcap and take a look at trends over the last few years. Take a look at the ones I mentioned and see what you think, also look at others. Anything under a dollar is worth a look to see how it's performing, you could get lucky and get in on something for cents only for it to shoot up in a few years.

(April 29, 2021 at 02:23 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 02:10 PM)ChunkButter Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 12:13 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote: Ahh that's fair enough.

Still, fuck crypto.

It has its use to be honest

For what? So cunts can sell NFT's and paedo's can buy child porn?


The mistake people make is investing in them as a currency. You invest in one that has useful real life applications, with a blockchain that can be used for actual real life situations like transportation logistics, medical records, stock amounts and so on. This is why I feel optimistic about VET, it already has examples of businesses looking to employ it in their own systems.

I'm against investments tbh, like I earn what i do and that's it. I hate it when people buy a home and just turn their own living space into a money farm but following trends for decor etc rather than have their own identity. I also hate the blockchain because it literally consumes as much energy to maintain as the entire renewable energy global output, I'm quite a 'Green man' with this kinda thing & all I see is fossil fuel companies constantly having their way to keep the fuel commodities market open while literally shafting any chance of any country having a green new deal in any capacity.

Like, fair game, people can invest, but it's something I don't believe in. Like the economy, I had a board game I bought for $40, about 2 years later its now worth $230 because its out of production, purely coz he economy is something people make up.

you don't have to pay $1000 for a phone,  you don't have to pay $60 for a video game, then $40 additional for DLC and various microtransactions, you just choose to, and that's why it happens. It's all made up.

I mean, I get what you're saying but I can't see why you shouldn't if you had the opportunity. Most sensible investments are things you don't notice, you put away a certain amount each month / year and you essentially forget about it. If you can make money by doing nothing, why not? It allows you to spend more time doing what you like, or even just not doing what you don't like to do. 

In terms of what you just described, you have problems with the Bitcoin blockchain, which is 100% unsustainable. But that's just BTC, their energy output and the huge amount of power it takes for each transaction is not the same for each crypto. 

Blockchains are basically just databases that store and move information in real time and allows a high level of transparency as you can't just remove entries (or transacations) from the chain. 

This is why a lot of people are into things like ETH and other altcoins, as they are at least trying to use their technology for real life applications .
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#14
(April 29, 2021 at 03:12 PM)HassaMassa Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:03 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 02:55 PM)HassaMassa Wrote: I'm currently on VET, XRP, XML, BTC & ETH.

I genuinely feel VET has the best potential for serious gains over the next 5 years, as their blockchain seems it can actually be used for useful logistics in business and medicine etc. ETH feels like it's the best of the stable coins to me, mostly because it's still going up but isn't at silly levels yet like BTC.

XRP could go either way depending on how their legal issues go. I'm optimistic but that could also drop. XML is probably the one I wish I hadn't put into, it's not doing great. But then again, they all dropped lately since everything is still directly tied to BTC prices.

I'd advise to avoid anything like DOGE or hyped up shit that gets celebrity endorsements, that always seems to spell the end. If you were in early and already had a stupid amount, then great. But avoid putting money in at this point.

Take a look on something like Coinmarketcap and take a look at trends over the last few years. Take a look at the ones I mentioned and see what you think, also look at others. Anything under a dollar is worth a look to see how it's performing, you could get lucky and get in on something for cents only for it to shoot up in a few years.

(April 29, 2021 at 02:23 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 02:10 PM)ChunkButter Wrote: It has its use to be honest

For what? So cunts can sell NFT's and paedo's can buy child porn?


The mistake people make is investing in them as a currency. You invest in one that has useful real life applications, with a blockchain that can be used for actual real life situations like transportation logistics, medical records, stock amounts and so on. This is why I feel optimistic about VET, it already has examples of businesses looking to employ it in their own systems.

I'm against investments tbh, like I earn what i do and that's it. I hate it when people buy a home and just turn their own living space into a money farm but following trends for decor etc rather than have their own identity. I also hate the blockchain because it literally consumes as much energy to maintain as the entire renewable energy global output, I'm quite a 'Green man' with this kinda thing & all I see is fossil fuel companies constantly having their way to keep the fuel commodities market open while literally shafting any chance of any country having a green new deal in any capacity.

Like, fair game, people can invest, but it's something I don't believe in. Like the economy, I had a board game I bought for $40, about 2 years later its now worth $230 because its out of production, purely coz he economy is something people make up.

you don't have to pay $1000 for a phone,  you don't have to pay $60 for a video game, then $40 additional for DLC and various microtransactions, you just choose to, and that's why it happens. It's all made up.

I mean, I get what you're saying but I can't see why you shouldn't if you had the opportunity. Most sensible investments are things you don't notice, you put away a certain amount each month / year and you essentially forget about it. If you can make money by doing nothing, why not? It allows you to spend more time doing what you like, or even just not doing what you don't like to do. 

In terms of what you just described, you have problems with the Bitcoin blockchain, which is 100% unsustainable. But that's just BTC, their energy output and the huge amount of power it takes for each transaction is not the same for each crypto. 

Blockchains are basically just databases that store and move information in real time and allows a high level of transparency as you can't just remove entries (or transacations) from the chain. 

This is why a lot of people are into things like ETH and other altcoins, as they are at least trying to use their technology for real life applications .

Tbh, I only looked at a blanket description of the entire Cryptosphere, plus a mate of mine keeps banging on about Crypto & he's annoying as shit lol
Interesting to know that crypto's actually want to have a more sustainable green looking plan, which is actually quite the relief my good man. & as for making money for nothing, Crypto looks to be something unlike the actual stock market where your investments are literally based on the workers economy, so you're making money off other peoples work, as that drives up the stock price with more efficiency.
But Crypto seems to just increase it's value based on mining and energy consumption, so if it looks to be that certain cryptos are looking for more greener solutions, then I may have to take a dip in the pool Smile

Cheers for the info buddy, greatly appreciated.
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#15
(April 29, 2021 at 03:20 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:12 PM)HassaMassa Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:03 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 02:55 PM)HassaMassa Wrote: I'm currently on VET, XRP, XML, BTC & ETH.

I genuinely feel VET has the best potential for serious gains over the next 5 years, as their blockchain seems it can actually be used for useful logistics in business and medicine etc. ETH feels like it's the best of the stable coins to me, mostly because it's still going up but isn't at silly levels yet like BTC.

XRP could go either way depending on how their legal issues go. I'm optimistic but that could also drop. XML is probably the one I wish I hadn't put into, it's not doing great. But then again, they all dropped lately since everything is still directly tied to BTC prices.

I'd advise to avoid anything like DOGE or hyped up shit that gets celebrity endorsements, that always seems to spell the end. If you were in early and already had a stupid amount, then great. But avoid putting money in at this point.

Take a look on something like Coinmarketcap and take a look at trends over the last few years. Take a look at the ones I mentioned and see what you think, also look at others. Anything under a dollar is worth a look to see how it's performing, you could get lucky and get in on something for cents only for it to shoot up in a few years.

(April 29, 2021 at 02:23 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote: For what? So cunts can sell NFT's and paedo's can buy child porn?


The mistake people make is investing in them as a currency. You invest in one that has useful real life applications, with a blockchain that can be used for actual real life situations like transportation logistics, medical records, stock amounts and so on. This is why I feel optimistic about VET, it already has examples of businesses looking to employ it in their own systems.

I'm against investments tbh, like I earn what i do and that's it. I hate it when people buy a home and just turn their own living space into a money farm but following trends for decor etc rather than have their own identity. I also hate the blockchain because it literally consumes as much energy to maintain as the entire renewable energy global output, I'm quite a 'Green man' with this kinda thing & all I see is fossil fuel companies constantly having their way to keep the fuel commodities market open while literally shafting any chance of any country having a green new deal in any capacity.

Like, fair game, people can invest, but it's something I don't believe in. Like the economy, I had a board game I bought for $40, about 2 years later its now worth $230 because its out of production, purely coz he economy is something people make up.

you don't have to pay $1000 for a phone,  you don't have to pay $60 for a video game, then $40 additional for DLC and various microtransactions, you just choose to, and that's why it happens. It's all made up.

I mean, I get what you're saying but I can't see why you shouldn't if you had the opportunity. Most sensible investments are things you don't notice, you put away a certain amount each month / year and you essentially forget about it. If you can make money by doing nothing, why not? It allows you to spend more time doing what you like, or even just not doing what you don't like to do. 

In terms of what you just described, you have problems with the Bitcoin blockchain, which is 100% unsustainable. But that's just BTC, their energy output and the huge amount of power it takes for each transaction is not the same for each crypto. 

Blockchains are basically just databases that store and move information in real time and allows a high level of transparency as you can't just remove entries (or transacations) from the chain. 

This is why a lot of people are into things like ETH and other altcoins, as they are at least trying to use their technology for real life applications .

Tbh, I only looked at a blanket description of the entire Cryptosphere, plus a mate of mine keeps banging on about Crypto & he's annoying as shit lol
Interesting to know that crypto's actually want to have a more sustainable green looking plan, which is actually quite the relief my good man. & as for making money for nothing, Crypto looks to be something unlike the actual stock market where your investments are literally based on the workers economy, so you're making money off other peoples work, as that drives up the stock price with more efficiency.
But Crypto seems to just increase it's value based on mining and energy consumption, so if it looks to be that certain cryptos are looking for more greener solutions, then I may have to take a dip in the pool Smile

Cheers for the info buddy, greatly appreciated.

I can understand how fucking annoying it is to have someone that buys crypto only to talk about it 24/7, it's enough to put anyone off. Those kinds of people don't ever seem to have a good grasp on how it all works either. 

Definitely take a look man, it's all very interesting stuff and worth a check. The whole mining side and huge waste of energy is going to have to give and already is to an extent, businesses are starting to want to jump on the eco friendly / green bandwagon (even if it is only for appearances sake).
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#16
(April 29, 2021 at 03:25 PM)HassaMassa Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:20 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:12 PM)HassaMassa Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:03 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 02:55 PM)HassaMassa Wrote: I'm currently on VET, XRP, XML, BTC & ETH.

I genuinely feel VET has the best potential for serious gains over the next 5 years, as their blockchain seems it can actually be used for useful logistics in business and medicine etc. ETH feels like it's the best of the stable coins to me, mostly because it's still going up but isn't at silly levels yet like BTC.

XRP could go either way depending on how their legal issues go. I'm optimistic but that could also drop. XML is probably the one I wish I hadn't put into, it's not doing great. But then again, they all dropped lately since everything is still directly tied to BTC prices.

I'd advise to avoid anything like DOGE or hyped up shit that gets celebrity endorsements, that always seems to spell the end. If you were in early and already had a stupid amount, then great. But avoid putting money in at this point.

Take a look on something like Coinmarketcap and take a look at trends over the last few years. Take a look at the ones I mentioned and see what you think, also look at others. Anything under a dollar is worth a look to see how it's performing, you could get lucky and get in on something for cents only for it to shoot up in a few years.



The mistake people make is investing in them as a currency. You invest in one that has useful real life applications, with a blockchain that can be used for actual real life situations like transportation logistics, medical records, stock amounts and so on. This is why I feel optimistic about VET, it already has examples of businesses looking to employ it in their own systems.

I'm against investments tbh, like I earn what i do and that's it. I hate it when people buy a home and just turn their own living space into a money farm but following trends for decor etc rather than have their own identity. I also hate the blockchain because it literally consumes as much energy to maintain as the entire renewable energy global output, I'm quite a 'Green man' with this kinda thing & all I see is fossil fuel companies constantly having their way to keep the fuel commodities market open while literally shafting any chance of any country having a green new deal in any capacity.

Like, fair game, people can invest, but it's something I don't believe in. Like the economy, I had a board game I bought for $40, about 2 years later its now worth $230 because its out of production, purely coz he economy is something people make up.

you don't have to pay $1000 for a phone,  you don't have to pay $60 for a video game, then $40 additional for DLC and various microtransactions, you just choose to, and that's why it happens. It's all made up.

I mean, I get what you're saying but I can't see why you shouldn't if you had the opportunity. Most sensible investments are things you don't notice, you put away a certain amount each month / year and you essentially forget about it. If you can make money by doing nothing, why not? It allows you to spend more time doing what you like, or even just not doing what you don't like to do. 

In terms of what you just described, you have problems with the Bitcoin blockchain, which is 100% unsustainable. But that's just BTC, their energy output and the huge amount of power it takes for each transaction is not the same for each crypto. 

Blockchains are basically just databases that store and move information in real time and allows a high level of transparency as you can't just remove entries (or transacations) from the chain. 

This is why a lot of people are into things like ETH and other altcoins, as they are at least trying to use their technology for real life applications .

Tbh, I only looked at a blanket description of the entire Cryptosphere, plus a mate of mine keeps banging on about Crypto & he's annoying as shit lol
Interesting to know that crypto's actually want to have a more sustainable green looking plan, which is actually quite the relief my good man. & as for making money for nothing, Crypto looks to be something unlike the actual stock market where your investments are literally based on the workers economy, so you're making money off other peoples work, as that drives up the stock price with more efficiency.
But Crypto seems to just increase it's value based on mining and energy consumption, so if it looks to be that certain cryptos are looking for more greener solutions, then I may have to take a dip in the pool Smile

Cheers for the info buddy, greatly appreciated.

I can understand how fucking annoying it is to have someone that buys crypto only to talk about it 24/7, it's enough to put anyone off. Those kinds of people don't ever seem to have a good grasp on how it all works either. 

Definitely take a look man, it's all very interesting stuff and worth a check. The whole mining side and huge waste of energy is going to have to give and already is to an extent, businesses are starting to want to jump on the eco friendly / green bandwagon (even if it is only for appearances sake).

Haha, he has a habit of hopping onto stuffs, and basically being the living embodiment of why you should avoid anything he got into, he used to tee-total every 6 months over video games, sell all his stuff, then buy it all back 2 weeks later on boredom.

I'm still pretty pissed about nvidia prefering their CPM output and basically putting gamers at the back of the queue, especially with the GPU shortage that's messing everything up.
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#17
(April 29, 2021 at 03:30 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:25 PM)HassaMassa Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:20 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:12 PM)HassaMassa Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:03 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote: I'm against investments tbh, like I earn what i do and that's it. I hate it when people buy a home and just turn their own living space into a money farm but following trends for decor etc rather than have their own identity. I also hate the blockchain because it literally consumes as much energy to maintain as the entire renewable energy global output, I'm quite a 'Green man' with this kinda thing & all I see is fossil fuel companies constantly having their way to keep the fuel commodities market open while literally shafting any chance of any country having a green new deal in any capacity.

Like, fair game, people can invest, but it's something I don't believe in. Like the economy, I had a board game I bought for $40, about 2 years later its now worth $230 because its out of production, purely coz he economy is something people make up.

you don't have to pay $1000 for a phone,  you don't have to pay $60 for a video game, then $40 additional for DLC and various microtransactions, you just choose to, and that's why it happens. It's all made up.

I mean, I get what you're saying but I can't see why you shouldn't if you had the opportunity. Most sensible investments are things you don't notice, you put away a certain amount each month / year and you essentially forget about it. If you can make money by doing nothing, why not? It allows you to spend more time doing what you like, or even just not doing what you don't like to do. 

In terms of what you just described, you have problems with the Bitcoin blockchain, which is 100% unsustainable. But that's just BTC, their energy output and the huge amount of power it takes for each transaction is not the same for each crypto. 

Blockchains are basically just databases that store and move information in real time and allows a high level of transparency as you can't just remove entries (or transacations) from the chain. 

This is why a lot of people are into things like ETH and other altcoins, as they are at least trying to use their technology for real life applications .

Tbh, I only looked at a blanket description of the entire Cryptosphere, plus a mate of mine keeps banging on about Crypto & he's annoying as shit lol
Interesting to know that crypto's actually want to have a more sustainable green looking plan, which is actually quite the relief my good man. & as for making money for nothing, Crypto looks to be something unlike the actual stock market where your investments are literally based on the workers economy, so you're making money off other peoples work, as that drives up the stock price with more efficiency.
But Crypto seems to just increase it's value based on mining and energy consumption, so if it looks to be that certain cryptos are looking for more greener solutions, then I may have to take a dip in the pool Smile

Cheers for the info buddy, greatly appreciated.

I can understand how fucking annoying it is to have someone that buys crypto only to talk about it 24/7, it's enough to put anyone off. Those kinds of people don't ever seem to have a good grasp on how it all works either. 

Definitely take a look man, it's all very interesting stuff and worth a check. The whole mining side and huge waste of energy is going to have to give and already is to an extent, businesses are starting to want to jump on the eco friendly / green bandwagon (even if it is only for appearances sake).

Haha, he has a habit of hopping onto stuffs, and basically being the living embodiment of why you should avoid anything he got into, he used to tee-total every 6 months over video games, sell all his stuff, then buy it all back 2 weeks later on boredom.

I'm still pretty pissed about nvidia prefering their CPM output and basically putting gamers at the back of the queue, especially with the GPU shortage that's messing everything up.

NVIDIA is an abusive relationship at this point. I still love using their cards but they hate everything about me except my wallet. And they continue beat me emotionally.
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#18
(April 29, 2021 at 03:34 PM)HassaMassa Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:30 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:25 PM)HassaMassa Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:20 PM)SunSinger-Adept Wrote:
(April 29, 2021 at 03:12 PM)HassaMassa Wrote: I mean, I get what you're saying but I can't see why you shouldn't if you had the opportunity. Most sensible investments are things you don't notice, you put away a certain amount each month / year and you essentially forget about it. If you can make money by doing nothing, why not? It allows you to spend more time doing what you like, or even just not doing what you don't like to do. 

In terms of what you just described, you have problems with the Bitcoin blockchain, which is 100% unsustainable. But that's just BTC, their energy output and the huge amount of power it takes for each transaction is not the same for each crypto. 

Blockchains are basically just databases that store and move information in real time and allows a high level of transparency as you can't just remove entries (or transacations) from the chain. 

This is why a lot of people are into things like ETH and other altcoins, as they are at least trying to use their technology for real life applications .

Tbh, I only looked at a blanket description of the entire Cryptosphere, plus a mate of mine keeps banging on about Crypto & he's annoying as shit lol
Interesting to know that crypto's actually want to have a more sustainable green looking plan, which is actually quite the relief my good man. & as for making money for nothing, Crypto looks to be something unlike the actual stock market where your investments are literally based on the workers economy, so you're making money off other peoples work, as that drives up the stock price with more efficiency.
But Crypto seems to just increase it's value based on mining and energy consumption, so if it looks to be that certain cryptos are looking for more greener solutions, then I may have to take a dip in the pool Smile

Cheers for the info buddy, greatly appreciated.

I can understand how fucking annoying it is to have someone that buys crypto only to talk about it 24/7, it's enough to put anyone off. Those kinds of people don't ever seem to have a good grasp on how it all works either. 

Definitely take a look man, it's all very interesting stuff and worth a check. The whole mining side and huge waste of energy is going to have to give and already is to an extent, businesses are starting to want to jump on the eco friendly / green bandwagon (even if it is only for appearances sake).

Haha, he has a habit of hopping onto stuffs, and basically being the living embodiment of why you should avoid anything he got into, he used to tee-total every 6 months over video games, sell all his stuff, then buy it all back 2 weeks later on boredom.

I'm still pretty pissed about nvidia prefering their CPM output and basically putting gamers at the back of the queue, especially with the GPU shortage that's messing everything up.

NVIDIA is an abusive relationship at this point. I still love using their cards but they hate everything about me except my wallet. And they continue beat me emotionally.

I do find the grip on the industry to be pretty tight on us all, especially when we spent a year locked up in our homes and only having that very technology stop us fro going fucking mad.
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#19
Invest in love and respect.
Or dogecoin.
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#20
IOTA might be interesting especially with the coming new upgrades. Free transactions and no waste of energy.
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#21
ETH is my fav, cuz it has the potential of real-world usage after ETH 2.0, and EIP1559 will certainly drive prices up.
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#22
Do your own research and take your choices, nobody can tell you this, because nobody really knows.
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#23
DOGE is probably going to hit one dollar before people realize, it was really a shitcoin before people actually started accepting it as payment
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#24
Yeah I think DOGE is a good choice right now because I think the hype isn't over yet
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