A different sort of ‘flippening’

I use an app that pays crypto whenever I make correct predictions [every 3 hours] about BTC and ETH, which means that eight times a day – every day, I check the price of both.


Generally speaking, the whole market follows Bitcoin so when it goes down, the rest goes down and vice versa.


Having said that, I’ve noticed a change since late 2021/early 2022 – back when ETH couldn’t stay under $4,000 (good times).


ETH and BTC still fall and rise together but the former now falls harder, while the latter takes less time to bounce back.


Last night, they both capitulated with a loud bang but even now, when you look at the charts, Bitcoin feels and looks like it’s trying to get back above $26,000 as quickly as possible whereas ETH feels and looks like it wouldn’t mind falling below $1,300.


It is impossible to determine why so your guess is as good as mine but I’ll wager this is because recent trouble (Terra Luna and the Celsius drama) taught us that we can’t achieve decentralisation unless it is built in the system.


In other words, there’s a face or a name behind every crypto project except Bitcoin, which is probably as close as we’ve gotten – so far, at least – to through decentralisation.


Still, it’d be nice if they both stopped falling, dammit.



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STRATEGY VS TACTIC

I’ve recently learnt the difference between strategy and tactic. I thought they were kind of the same thing but I was wrong. The strategy is the ultimate objective that’s determined by the circumstances. The tactic is how you get there.


In football, random example, you have to win games and score goals and that’s the strategy. The tactic determines how you get there.


The strategy with crypto is always the same: get the most out of your money and possibly become wealthier. The tactic? I’ve changed that at least four times.


I began using crypto because I started working for a crypto exchange that could only pay me in BTC, I didn’t even want it and I actually asked if I could be paid via PayPal. FORTUNATELY they said no.


Then I started actively buying by converting part of my BTC salary into Waves (sold), in Litecoin (still have some), DAI (still have some), NANO (sold), WOLLO (defunct), ETH (still have some) and a few more.


Then I started buying other altcoins through platforms, chiefly Coinbase.


Then I started focusing on crypto with high staking rewards but after the UST crash, I’ve ‘only’ lost about $100 on that one, I’ve decided to play it safe. I can buy $1 (symbolic) of anything and everything just on the off chance it 10,000Xs but most of my funds are in Bitcoin, Ethereum and a couple of stablecoins.


I still own a bunch of cryptos I don’t want anymore but I can’t sell because just about everything is down. So I’ll wait for the right moment and gradually get rid of most of them.


It’s like with coffee. My strategy? I need coffee, always. My tactic? It depends. Today, for example, I’ve bought instant coffee from the local grocery store at $0.10 per bag. Tomorrow I’m gonna be on the road so I’m going to have to opt for expensive espressos from the bar. Dammit.



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GoodDollar: can crypto be used for Universal Basic Income?

I’ve watched a fantastic YouTube video, or perhaps I should say a montage, highlighting four different views on UBI, Universal Basic Income.


Two of the pundits were for it and two were a bit more dubious but all four presented valid arguments and none, this is the best part, relied on political or ideological standpoints. They were simply weighing in the pros and cons.


In short, for those who aren’t familiar, UBI stands for Universal Basic Income, the idea that each individual should receive a basic income regardless of employment status.


I still don’t know where I stand on that because everything I hear sounds reasonable, and these conversations are always a lot more complicated than they seem. For example, some claim that UBI will be inevitable because technology will ‘automate’ a lot of people out of existence. Robots are already capable of doing a lot of the things we do but better, and they’re expendable.


They’re never tired, they don’t complain, don’t ask for a raise.


It is also true that it is statistically very likely that a small percentage of people would self-destruct if given the chance to do so with a ‘free meal’, which brings us on what is, in my view, the biggest flaw with UBI and it is that – so far, at least – it hasn’t really worked very well in all those geographies where it’s been implemented.


UBI was introduced in the country I was born about three years and so far it’s been a complete disaster. But that’s a different conversation for a different day.


The biggest issue is it incentivise people to stay home and not work because why would you bust your a*s for a meagre pay day when you get nearly the same amount doing nothing.


But that’s FIAT UBI, what about crypto UBI?


I came across a project called GoodDollar because a friend and (technically) former colleague is working at the company and I’ve been using for a few months. I still don’t know where it can go, but I think the use case is worth talking about.


Very easy. You just log in every day and click ‘claim’, and you link your MetaMask to redeem the token.


Crypto is a game that plays by its own rules and the dynamics of this world make it a bit easier to distribute UBI, with all the benefits that come with it, while drastically reducing the drawbacks.


Will it work?


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I bought some YOUNG but I’m not 100% convinced I’ve done the right thing

A few months ago, I was looking for a decent get-paid-to-walk app and found Young Step and Young Platform.


Step is the app that pays you to walk, make correct predictions about the price of certain cryptos in the next 3/6/12 hours, take part in challenges, and you also get tokens when you complete quizzes. The Step app is paired to the Platform app, which is basically an exchange to which you can transfer Young (YNG), the native token of the app, and trade it for euros, dollars, pounds or other cryptos.


The YNG token has a fixed price of €0.24 (around $0.25) per unit and could only be utilised internally… until now.


A couple of weeks ago, Young temporarily suspended all trading, sales and purchase of YNG but only because, a few days later, they announced they would list the token, which means people will be able to trade it freely and the price will be dictated by market dynamics.


I’ve earnt around 150-200 YNG so far and I’ve sold them all because I couldn’t see the point in holding onto the token but now things changed, so I bought some YNG back, and I’m not sure I did the right thing.


Young said 1 million YNG tokens have been sold in the first 4 days of community sale and as soon as the token becomes available elsewhere, everyone expects it to go up. But will it?


Young said they’re aiming for a circulating supply of 100 million, which quite frankly sounds like a tall order.


The sale ends on May 24, after which date, the market will do whatever the market decides to do. Fingers crossed.



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How much I made on FaucetCrypto (after two weeks)

The internet is awash with website called ‘faucet-something’ and even though most of them are a dud, I’m willing to give each and every one them a shot. One day, as I was randomly reading some of the posts here on Publish0x, I found a link to FaucetCrypto.com and started using it. Not even a day later, I’d already discovered a few features that made it more compelling than most rival websites.


It is a well-known, straightforward recipe: you receive points for completing tasks and you can then convert those points into crypto and cash out, at the time of writing, FaucetCrypto supports Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin, Bittorrent, Dash, Digibyte, Dogecoin, Reddcoin, Ethereum Classic, Komodo, Litecoin, Piratecash, Pivx, Qtum, Ravencoin, Syscoin, Tron, Zcash and Horizen.*


The first thing I wanna mention is the low payout threshold, the equivalent of $0.10, and the payout commission is a fraction of a cent. I’d personally call that a big deal because most equivalent faucets have unrealistically high thresholds.


Secondly, you can count on a guaranteed number of tasks every single day, because it doesn’t rely on surveys (which I absolutely hate, but that’s my 2 cents), which means that every day you can log in, do stuff and earn crypto.


Thirdly, and this is also a key bullet point, the system allows you earn more as you go, because each task gives you what the website refers to as ‘experience points’, which allow you to proceed to the next level, and every time you get to a new level, every prize on the website is worth 0.125% more, and there’s no limit. So you could, in theory, 1000x your prizes.


So far, I’ve cashed out my coins 8 times: 3 times with Ravencoin for a total of 3.74 RVN and 5 times with Syscoin for a total of 2.37 SYS. Some of my friends think I’m an idiot and I’m wasting my time because that’s obviously not enough for a beer (well, it is for me, but that’s just because I live in an inexpensive country) but when it comes to cryptocurrencies I have a very simple strategy: accumulate, never sell and keep feeding my BTC balance every and any which way I can. It’s done pretty well so far.


*the list is regularly updated



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What is Syscoin?

The first thing I wanna say about Syscoin is their website is a bit slow. Maybe it’s just me, slow network, but I thought it was worth mentioning. The goal, according to their whitepaper, is to combine the best of both worlds (Ethereum and Bitcoin) to build a network on which you can buil Web 3.0 applications.


In plain English, from what I gather, they want to use the security of Bitcoin with the addition of scalable Smart Contracts. They aim to provide a trifecta of options: a token platform, a blockchain and a development platform. To me, it kinda sounds like they’re trying to build a jack-of-all-trades platform that users can use for anything and everything but I’ll be honest, I’m still not sure I understand its potential to its full extent so any help in the comments would be greatly appreciated.


At the time of writing, Syscoin has a circulating supply of 632+ bln SYS, equating to around 71% of the max supply, with a $535 mln market cap. The price is $0.855663 and it is available on a few minor exchanges as well as a few major exchanges such as Binance.


The reason I became interested in Syscoin is I’ve begun using one of those faucets/platforms – one of the few that vaguely make sense – and Syscoin is my favourite payout option. I won’t be paying bills like this anytime soon but I expect to buy a few beers a week with the coins I make within a month and it’s a great way to gain exposure to new assets, pretty much for free. Go check it out if you want, it’s free.



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Experiment: I much I made staking KAVA for 21 days

About a month ago, I was looking for some staking opportunities with coins I wasn’t familiar with and I found KAVA, and I picked it for a technical and logical reason… I liked the name. Kava is the Serbian/Hungarian (and a few more) word for ‘coffee’ and I’m a big fan of coffee, so I thought… why not?


I know that some people are going to giggle because a lot of YouTubers out there allocate thousands of dollars for this experiment but I’m a lot more conservative than that (and poor-er) so I thought $95 would do. On December 13, I bought 27 KAVA at 3.5248 per coin, so that’s $95. I staked that amount for 21 days at a 33.7% APR.


Twenty-one days later, staking had generated an additional 0,4845, on January 4, when I claimed the rewards, that amount was worth $2.57. In the meantime, the price of KAVA has gone up so my initial $95 investment is worth $150.69.


So what have I learnt? Two things. One, I stake all of my stakable coins on Binance and/or with wallets that allow it and use various apps like BlockFi to earn interests on the other coins. But I do that with coins I’m familiar with, and most of it is in BTC anyway. This was basically a gamble, and yes, I bought when the price was low but I certainly wouldn’t rely on this strategy in the long term. Two, I sold half of my KAVA (for BTC, duh) and kept the rest just ’cause you never know. And two, coffee never fails.



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Let’s play a silly game: pick your favourite coin/token based on the logo alone

I think that the logo and the name of tokens and coins we invest into play a much bigger part than we care to admit? I once bought some Tribe just because I used to work for a company with a similar name, and I bought Kava because it means ‘coffee’ in several languages in Eastern Europe. I looked into Uniswap because I liked the logo, and for the same reason I researched Matic a few months ago.


It sounds silly, and it is, but we’ve all been there. Well, some of us have been there.


In recent weeks, I began doing some research on Moss Carbon Credit, Quant and IoTeX precisely because I liked the logo and the name. I’m not too sure about Quant and IoTeX but I’m very bullish on Moss Carbon Credit (MC02) but that’s beside the point.


Has it happened to you? Have you ever invested into something just because you liked the name or the logo, and if you could pick only coin to hold based on nothing but the logo, what would it be?



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3 cryptos that are currently undervalued (in my opinion)

I need to preface this by sharing my opinion on bitcoin. In my view, bitcoin is and always will remain the most important cryptocurrency in existence. It’s where it all started, it go so big and so fast and even though it came close to failing a couple of times, it never did. I’d never call it overvalued, even if the price got to a trillion dollars per coin. I’d still call it undervalued.

Before I put my money in coins and tokens that aren’t ethereum or bitcoin, I always ask myself three questions: what’s it for? Is there a problem that this coin solves? And is the current realistic?

There are a few coins/tokens that I think are undervalued, so I thought I’d take a minute to list them here and explain why in a few simple sentences.


1. Algorand (ALGO)


Current price: $1.67 (at the time of writing)

Why is it undervalued? Algorand is much faster and cheaper than most alternative coins and tokens, which makes it ideal for transactions. Let’s say I wanna buy a watch you’re selling and say I wanna pay using Algorand, from the second I hit ‘send’ and confirm the transaction, it literally takes more time for you to remove your wristwatch and give it to me, than it takes for the transaction to arrive. On top of that, you don’t have to stake or lend your Algo to see your balance appreciates in time, all you gotta do is deposit Algo into an Algorand wallet, and that balance will automatically grow by 3-6% on a yearly basis.


2. Chiliz (CHZ)


Curret price: $0.3121(at the time of writing)

Why is it undervalued? Chiliz is the currency that’s used to transact and operate within the Socios.com platform, a space designed for sports enthusiasts, allowing them to win prizes (tickets, signed merchandise and kits and so on), as well as have a say in the decisions of sports teams. The thing is, most people are into sports. Virtually every and any sports team can partner up with Socios.com, and Chiliz represents that world and that potential.

3. Polygon (MATIC)


Current price: $2.52 (at the time of writing)

Why is it undervalued? Matic allows you to do pretty much everything you can do with ethereum but it’s a lot cheaper and more efficient, it’ll never surpass eth, and it’ll never beat, but 2.52 vs 4.7k? It sounds a bit undervalued to me.


What do you think? Are these undervalued? Are there are any other coins/tokens that are undervalued? Let me know in the comments below.


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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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