Happy Holidays!

This is going to be a simple, straightforward message on Christmas Eve, whether you’re celebrating Christmas or not, and for whatever reason, I just wanted to say I’m excited about the whole crypto thing, I’m glad to be back into this world after a few years where I sat dormant, and most of all, I’m very bullish on crypto-related content.


So pat yourself on the back, pour yourself a glass of whatever you wanna drink (even water’s fine), and buy some btc, and happy holidays!



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Have you been using Crypto.com?

Crypto.com is ubiquitous. Their advertising budget must be enormous, partly because Crypto.com ads pop up about a thousand times a day and also because they’ve spent a lot of cash to place their name on posters and billboards everywhere, especially during sports events. And then of course there’s the DTLA’s Crypto.com Arena – formerly known as Staples Center – $700mln deal.



My personal opinion is the Crypto.com app is nowhere near as user-friendly and intuitive as Coinbase or even Binance. And some of the features should be improved. Every 24 hours or so, for example, you can log in and claim a diamond (they call it ‘Missions’), once you get to 25 diamonds you can open a box, which is supposed to contain a random amount of CRO (coin). I did, but the 0.7 CRO the box was supposed to contain were never credited.


They offer a sign-up bonus but in order to unlock it, you need to order a debit card, I ordered it and received it within days, and you also need to stake $350 worth of CRO. That’s too much.


As for their coin, CRO, it did really well following the Crypto.com Arena deal announcement but then it almost fell back to its pre-deal value, currently at $0.5022.


They’re clearly in it for the long run, and I guess their platform will get better with time. And I guess the CRO coin does have potential to go up. But at the moment I’m not exactly enthused.


I want to state that this is just my personal opinion based on my own experience with the app and nothing else. I’m in no way endorsing this or any other app, nor am I advising anyone to use it or not to use it. 


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3 staking products that I personally find useful

Yesterday I wrote an article about 3 mistakes to avoid when investing in crypto and today I wanna talk about 3 staking products I’ve been using BUT, just like I said for the article, I’m not a financial advisor, and the only reason I’m writing this is I think it’s important that we learn from each other’s mistakes, yes, and also possibly learn about things that potentially work in this relatively new, relatively uncharted territory.


1. Kava on Trust


I gotta admit I picked Kava because it’s a Slavic word for ‘coffee’. But then I actually looked into it and noticed that it’s relatively stable, it goes up and down but never by much, and it’s a relatively flexible plan. You lock any amount (minimum is 0.000001) for 21 days and you get 34% APR.


2. BNB on Binance


Okay, technically this is not staking, this is just an ‘earn’ product. So, more like a traditional savings account. The biggest difference between BNB staking and BNB earning on Binance is there’s a minimum threshold of 1 BNB for staking but there’s no minimum for earning, the APY is low, but you get your rewards in Santos Token and Merit Circle. I’m still not sure what to think about MC, but I’m very bullish on Santos because it is one of Socios.com’s products, and I think fan tokens have huuuuuge potential.


3. Axie on Binance


This is a product that Binance has been promoting like mad, and it’s pretty straightforward, you can lock Axie Infinity, I don’t remember the minimum amount in Axie but I remember thinking “wow, I can do that starting from like 10 dollars”, and you get 103% APR or better, starting from a 30-day lockup period. What’s not to like?


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Learn from my mistakes: 3 things to avoid when buying crypto

I want to state at the outset that I’m not a financial advisor, and the only reason I’m writing this is I think it’s important that we learn from each other’s mistakes in this relatively new, relatively uncharted territory.


1. Don’t buy because “you’ve heard it’s the next Dogecoin”


I guess this is basically just a different way of saying DYOR – Do Your Own Research. I think the whole crypto space is going to become more stable and reliable as the it grows bigger and more solidified. But rug pulls are always around the corner, as are corrections and crashes, so always make sure you know what you’re buying. So far we’ve had famous cases such as Dogecoin, which did well, with Shiba Inu, which looks like it might also have a bright future, but today alone I’ve found at least 5 new Inu/Dog coins that are completely untested.


2. Don’t fall in love with a coin/token


I’m guilty of this. I find a new token, I read the Whitepaper or I like the thumbnail or whatever, and then I fall in love with the project and put more skin in the game even after it becomes clear the project isn’t really working or taking off. And that can always happen, even if you think it shouldn’t because it’s a great idea/project. I’ve done that with a few coins and tokens that are still alive, yes, but have been stagnating and going nowhere for years. It’s a mistake waiting to happen.


3. When people buy groceries, they buy bread and butter, not foie grais


The chances of accidentally buying an unknown token that moons and makes you rich are actually slim. It’s much better to get there a little later, but resting safe in the knowledge that you’re putting your money into something that’s already proven valuable, at least to an extent, than to YOLO on something that’s untested that could very easily lose you money.


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Somebody made Hermès NFTs without Hermès’ permission and Hermès isn’t too happy

Here’s what happened: somebody created NFTs that represent Hermès Birkin bags without Hermès explicit permission, CoinMarketCap has covered this much better than I can so I’m not gonna get too much into the details, (apart from the fact that Mason Rothschild has made around 246 ETH from the sale of these NFTs), but I do wanna talk about what I think this bit of news entails.


According to the creator, this is designed as a ‘tribute’ to the famous handbag, but when it comes intellectual property rights, there’s no such thing as a ‘tribute’, and Hermès quickly (and predictably) said “these NFTs infringe upon the intellectual property and trademark rights of the company.”


This is obviously a lawsuit waiting to happen, that’s a no brainer, but it’s going to be interesting to see what is actually gonna happen, and how, and when. There are several things at play. First of all, trademark rights and intellectual property are all about technicalities. Sometimes all you gotta do is change a tiny detail and that alone could be potentially be enough to save you in the eye of the law.


Which brings us on the second thing worth mentioning: what does the law know about NFTs? The answer is not much. If John or Jane Doe were to create Hermès bags copycat, any judge would take about five minutes to make a decision and John or Jane Doe would lose the lawsuit, and would have to pay Hermès. But this is a digital product about which the law knows very little about. I’m assuming any presiding judge is going to start by saying “yeah what the heck is an NFT anyway?”


By definition, NFTs are immutable but I think that Hermès would (will?) still win the lawsuit, and Rotschild will perhaps have to pay Hermès for each NFT they sell. Or maybe they’ll end up working together. But either way, it sets a a precedent, and I think it’s interesting to find how.



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Brave browser is 1,000 times than Presearch, or is it just me?

I apologise for the slightly aggressive, slightly clickbaity headline but it’s a serious question. I’ve been using Brave browser for a few weeks and I’ve also tried using Presearch but it’s kinda hard to justify using it. Brave is faster than Chrome, or at the very least just as fast, and it automatically leans on Google, much like Chrome, which makes every search seamless.


Presearch isn’t like that. It is slower, and you almost never get the result you were looking for because it is less intuitive and less direct in the way it provides the search results you were looking for. Dumb example: if there’s a game – say Team A vs Team B – and you wanna know the result, Brave search will instantly tell you the result, superimposed on top of your screen, Presearch will give you a list of websites that may or may not be useful.


And that’s before we get to the rewards. I’ve used Brave browser for 45 days, first on a backup Android phone I use and then on my brand-new laptop (the old one died and procrastinated, gah) and I made around 3 BATs, which are currently in my wallet. With Presearch, I made 19.62 PRE. I’m very bad at math but at the current rate, that’d be nearly $5, which is great, except for the fact that the minimum threshold is 1,000 PRE, which is way too high.


So, is it just me? Maybe I’m doing something wrong? Let me know what you think.


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High-end Napa Valley wine maker joins the NFT craze

The list of celebrities with skin in the (NFT) game is growing every day and it includes rapper Snoop Dogg, former NBA star Yao Ming, Hollywood actress Sarah Jessica Parker and TV presenter Graham Norton. It’s a huge market, and getting ‘hugerer’ and now Robert Mondavi, a wine producer from Napa Valley, California, has jumped on the bandwagon.


Mondavi teamed up with Bernardaud, a French company which specialises in porcelain, to launch a new collection with porcelain bottles and an NFT to go with it. The ‘MCMLXVI’ collection consists of 1,966 Limoges porcelain 1.5L bottles and the NFTs, which were developed with Gary Vaynerchuck’s company VaynerNFT.



Fine wine has appreciated 127% over the last 10 years, outperforming other similar investments including most watches. And some believe NFTs are the next big investment. Avery Akkineni, president of VaynerNFT is even more bullish than that, as she believes wine collectors will soon be prepared to own the NFT instead of the actual bottle.


Now, that’s probably a stretch, but I wouldn’t be surprised if this prediction turned out to be correct.



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Have you ever bought a coin or a token just because you like the name?

I keep well over 90% of my holdings in btc and eth because these are the only two cryptos I firmly believe in the long run.


After that, I allocate small amounts here and there to buy, and sometimes stake, random coins and tokens that aren’t actually so random. I mean, I might be wrong, of course, but I always have a reason to buy them.

Except this one, I bought Kava because the word ‘kava’ means coffee in a variety of Eastern European languages, including Serbian and Hungarian, which are both countries I’ve lived in. ☕️


I bought 27.09 Kava, worth around $90 at the time of purchase, and I’ve staked them for 21 days.


So far I’ve made 0.00001 Kava (in 3 minutes). So…

Where Lambo?!


This is day 1, next update on day 8



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The true value of blockchain technology with a silly analogy

These are the facts: John is looking for clerical work but no one is hiring him

These are headlines:

“Job numbers worse than they appear as you can’t even get a job keeping the books”

“Underqualified workers are a problem that needs fixing”

And so on.


Some media outlets would spin the story and blame it on the employer, “they’re too greedy”. Others would blame it on a dog for not working hard enough. Plot twist: John is actually a 3-year-old dog, and a 3-year-old dogs can’t work, but most media outlets would fail to mention tha.


Imagine if that story were to be told via blockchain technology. You’d know, 100 times out of 100, what happened and why and how, and the information would be available for your perusal forever.


I apologise for the silly analogy, but I guess the point I’m trying to make is the true value of blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies is they remove trust, you don’t have to trust the source (your bank, your government, your favourite newspaper, whatever), you trust the code in the same way you trust your calculator when “2+2=4”.


Money, and information, that can’t be corrupted. And it can’t be altered arbitrarily. It’ll take time, but the inevitability of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology will soon become self-evident.



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What is the one crypto idea you no longer support for whatever reason?

I’m not talking about scams or sh*tcoins, I’m talking about solid, serious, deep projects that for one reasons or the other never really took off and have sort of been existing in a limbo for a while.


To me, that’d be Nano, Ripple and Litecoin. I sold all my Nano a while ago, but I still own LTC and XRP. And I like these projects, but I don’t see how, or what, I could with these next.


What about you? Is there any project(s) you no longer believe in and if so, why? Let me know in the comments.


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