Revealing my entire crypto portoflio in terms of % (July 2022 UPDATE)

Crypto influencers are usually eeringly transparent about how much they have and where. Good on them.


I personally don’t feel too comfortable sharing how much I have, and especially where, but I do think it would be interesting and useful to share the actual percentage(s) I’ve allocated for each crypto. A, because I wanna know what you think and B, ’cause I’m always curious to find out what people are investing in and why.


I have crypto holdings worthy of any mention (=crypto dust not included) spread across 7 platforms/wallets/exchanges. I got rid of one since the last update in Jan 2022 (for the year 2021).


Most of my portfolio is bitcoin. It used to be around 93.70% but now I’ve brought it up to 94.5%. ETH is still my second largest holding at around 2.5%, so the percentage of altcoins I hold is now at 3%, -0.54% down from seven months ago.


I may change my mind but for now, my plan is to keep liquidating all my altcoins except maybe four or five.


So what about the remaining 3$? Last time it was mostly in Ripple, Litecoin, Algorand and KAVA but I sold all my KAVA and only kept the first three. And they’ve all gone down in value so my Litecoin is now only 5% (used to be 10%) and Algorand and Ripple are 1 and 3% respectively.


I still hold yearn.Finance (0.97%) – mostly because liquidating my position would mean losing around 80% of my investment and I’m not planning to do that. I still have Polygon (0.67%), Solana (0.38%) and Dogecoin (1.20%), but other than that two things changed: DAI and NEXO.


When considering the remaining 3% of my portfolio that’s not ETH or BTC, DAI used to be 2%, it’s now 15%. As for NEXO, it went from 0% to 4% (of the remaining 3%) simply because I have to hold it to get the most benefits from the Nexo app. I also have a lot more CRO (now 2%) than I used to because I used the crypto.com card a lot.


I also have a position (0.90% for all of these) in MANA, Chiliz (CHZ), Cardano, Shiba INU, Santos, Polkadot, Axie, HBAR, BNB, Celo, 1inch, AVAX, AAVE, BAT, Chainlink, Uniswap and ICP.


Then I also have negligible amounts (around 1% of the remaining 3.54%) of Hive, Tron (TRX), Troy, PancakeSwap, BUSD, MC, HIGH, Santos, FARM (thanks to Publish0x!), Ampleforth, Ravencoin, Moss Carbon Credit, BICO, Badger Dao, IoTeX, Quant, Liquity, Enzyme, Enjin, Rarible, Cartesi, Mirror Protocol, Clover Finance, Gala, ARPA, Tellor, Numeraire, ENS, Voyager (worth basically zero at the moment) and Statera.



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I got the cake

Here’s a string of bad ideas that I had.


First, I got into NFTs. Then I started minting my own NFTs. Then I told my ex I’m into NFTs. Then I agreed to help her with NFTs. Soldier’s rule: never volunteer for anything. Which I did. Dammit.


Anyway, she owns a pastry shop – or Pâtisserie if you’re reading this in France – and she thinks it might be a good idea to sell / gift NFTs of her cake(s) and pastries along with the actual, well, cakes and pastries.


And I agree. It’s a brilliant idea.


Still very much a work in progress, but I’ve created a page on crypto.com/NFT and minted the first NFT, a black cherry and chocolate cake.


So what does this have to do with you? Well, I’d like your input. What do you think? Let me know in the comments.



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It’s like the Oasis used to say: “it’s probably all in the mind”

I had a conversation with a friend earlier today. She said I gotta stop bit**ing about stuff and start tackling things a bit more aggressively. I’ve been lacking drive in recent times and the recent (massive) crypto drop didn’t help.


But as the Oasis (as in, the British band) used to sing: “it’s probably all in the mind”, and I say that because this is by no means the worst crypto crisis I’ve experienced first-hand, not even close. Because I was there in March 2020 and, more to the point, I was there in 2017-2018.


I think – and hope – that we’ll never see another 2018 again, when BTC went from nearly $20,000 to less than $4,000 in a matter of weeks. And it’s funny ’cause I remember how I felt back then and for reasons that I can’t understand, it didn’t feel as calamitous as this is feeling right now.


And yet. I am (a little bit) more financially stable that I was back then. I have (a little bit) more crypto than I had back then. And I’m doing more with it (staking, mostly) than I used to back then. I still get daily notifications about interests from Nexo, Binance and Wirex and all the other platforms daily. Sure, it’s not enough to throw my laptop in the Danube and stop working but still…


So what changed?


The truth is I can’t explain it. Because that’s what we are. We do things. Things happen to us. And we react. And sometimes our reaction doesn’t make any sense. Not even to ourselves.



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Somebody just bought one of my NFTs for $5 and is now selling it for $290,000!

A couple of weeks ago I came up with an idea for an NFT collection dubbed ‘Birds of Belgrade‘ – because I like birds and I live in Belgrade. I used the crypto.com/NFT platform because it is, in my opinion, the easiest to use for beginners and one of the least expensive for buyers, I’ve set up a low floor price and sold a few so far. And then this morning, somebody bought one of my cheapest NFTs for $5 and immediately listed it for sale with a price of $290,000.


The idea behind the collection is simple, I take pictures of birds in the city of Belgrade, edit the pictures and use them to mint NFTs, I’m going to create 99 in total (so far I’ve minted 16) and hopefully, should things go well, I’ll create maybe a Part II, but that’s an idea for later.


As some of you probably know, the creator gets a 10% royalty for each resale and so I obviously hope the new owner sells it again, but I’m still curious as to why they bought it in the first place. Maybe they liked it, or maybe they thought there might be some potential in there and decided to have a go considering the low price.



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Here’s why this year’s Super Bowl is such a big deal for crypto companies

This year’s Super Bowl will likely go down in history as the ‘crypto bowl’, given the amount of dollars that crypto companies have invested in the event. It’s a world’s first, and we don’t know how it’ll play out. A wide array of crypto companies are on board, including top flight players like Coinbase, FTX Bitbuy and Crypto.com.



The Super Bowl is arguably one of the most important sports events of the year – every year – partly because of the huge marketing machine that keeps its wheel in motion, and also because Americans are famously (some would say ‘notoriously’) extremely talented at turning everything and anything into a spectacle. No one does hype and no one harnesses the ‘wow’ factors like Americans do.


This is part of what makes the Super Bowl so relevant and intriguing even to people who normally couldn’t give a toss about the sport that’s being played on any other day. Kinda like the Fifa World Cup, the Winter Olympics and the Six Nations Rugby Union Championship. These events sort of supersede the impact of the sport by also providing value to people who are into something else.


Advertisers have always provided the fuel to keep this 30-billion-dollar engine running. Automakers have historically spent a small fortune trying to outbid one another to secure a coveted 30-second spot during the halftime show and this year, it is estimated that companies will spend as much as $6.5 mln for a 30-second ad.


And it isn’t the usual, boring, B-roll-focused ad either: they usually throw everything but the kitchen sink at it, hiring celebs to star in their commercials and screenwriters to write the script. I remember Kevin Hart’s hilarious Hyundai ad, Will Ferrell wanting to ‘declare war’ on Norway to beat the most EV-friendly country at the electric car game [with General Motors] and even some cringey ones like the ad starring Bruce Springsteen and Jeep.



I believe we’re seeing a sliding doors scenario here because the car industry is in trouble. Automakers aren’t spending as much on marketing these days because they have other priorities and because profitability has become a Chimera. In the meantime, crypto giants are now investing huge sums of cash in marketing.


I don’t know what to expect but as somebody who’s equally passionate about cars and crypto, I’m gonna stay up until 0:30 AM CET time to watch the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl LVI. Not because I care who wins, but because I want to see how car makers and crypto brands play their cards in the halftime show.



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I sold my first NFT!

I used an app called NFTgo to mint my first ever NFT on the Polygon network, it cost me around $30, and I immediately realised I’d just made a mistake. My NFT is available on OpenSea, which is great, but it doesn’t make sense to spend money to create an NFT unless you’ve got a bankable name (ie, you’re a celebrity) or a solid idea with a serious marketing strategy.


You live and you learn, as they say, and I still wanted to create a collection so I tried Rarible/Blocto (Flow network), but for some reason it still didn’t feel like the right place, and eventually I signed up for Crypto.com/NFT.


I needed an idea and I needed to market it. The idea came first, my collection is called ‘Birds of Belgrade’. Why? Because I like birds and I live in Belgrade. I started taking pictures of birds (mostly ducks and swans) around the city and after a little bit of editing, I began uploading the pictures on crypto.com/NFT, I have a plan to create 99 unique NFTs for this collection, so far I’ve created 10 (with six more that I’ll create right after writing this) and sold one. Yay!



Crypto.com/NFT allowed me to create NFTs for free (they keep a percentage on every sale) and I believe that with the right marketing (I’ve just created an Instagram page), I may be able to sell more in the future (and they’re super cheap but like I said I’m not famous). Fingers crossed. Just wanted to share the news. Now I’m off to the pub to celebrate. And it feels good because the beer is paid for by the NFT I sold.

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What is an NFT? Here’s what I think

An NFT is essentially just an immutable line of code, it can’t be deleted and it can’t altered. It is registered on a blockchain, a permanent public ledger that anybody can observe but nobody can corrupt. So far, we’ve attached jpeg images to these NFTs and used them as digital art, but you can attach anything to it. Let’s say you wanna buy a Rolex and you wanna make sure it’s legit, you can create an NFT and use it to authenticate it (because nobody would be able to fake it or change it).


As for the examples we’ve seen so far, I guess it’s all about the hype and whatever works for buyers. Kinda like Richard Mille watches. Many want them, many think they’re fugly. The most popular NFTs are these images you shared, the ‘Bored Ape’ project and others are based on futuristic 3D images. That’s about personal taste and hype. So far, NFTs have only been used as ‘veblen’ goods. Conspicuous consumption for the sake of it. Like “hey I’m so wealthy I can buy a digital JPEG for a mill.”


Having said that. We should also remember that buyers often fall under one of two categories: celebrities and influencers that buy them to show off and early crypto adopters who buy them because they bought ethereum back when one ETH was maybe 1 dollar or 10 dollars. So now they’re millionaires.


Shameless plug (sorry): I’m creating a collection of NFTs called ‘Birds of Belgrade’. Why the name? Because I like birds, especially ducks, and because I live in Belgrade. Somebody already mocked me for the low floor price ($4) but I’m a nobody, so I guess 4 dollars is a good price. I expect to create 4-5 NFTs a week on Crypto.com/NFT until the collection is complete. Go check it out if you want, leave a like, it helps immensely. Cheers.



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Crypto.com metal card, is it worth it?

Crypto.com has a huge marketing budget, you may have noticed because their ads are absolutely ubiquitous, and with the upcoming Super Bowl commercial, I expect the CRO price to go up, and that’s the reason why I’m considering upgrading from my ‘poor man’ (it’s okay if I say it about myself, I guess) plastic card (1% cryptoback) to the metal card with 2% cryptoback. In order to do that, I would need to top up my account to the tune of $350 (in CRO) and stake the amount for 180 days.


Six months. That’s a long time, but I believe that the market is always going up so short of a catastrophic unknown unkownable, CRO will still be worth at least as much, if not more, in 6 months. Plus staking rewards.


So far, I’ve had a good experience with the Crypto.com card. I basically top it up with another debit card (FIAT to FIAT) and then use it for everything. We’ll see. I guess I’ll study the benefits and the benefit-risk ratio a bit more and then make a decision.


What about you? Do you use the Crypto.com card? Let me know



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Crypto.com teams up with Angel City Football Club in Los Angeles

The other day I wrote an article about my experience with crypto.com and some comments were a bit harsh, it seems a lot of people find the platform very easy to use, which I don’t, but hey, to each their own. Having said that, I find crypto.com fascinating mainy because their marketing strategy intrigues me. Their marketing strategy: spending as much as they can on as many things as they can. Kidding.


But all jokes aside, after the $700mln deal for the Crypto.com Arena (formerly known as Staples Center), the company has now teamed up with Angel City Football Club, which is the female football team of Los Angeles. They say they want to encourage “financial education, independence and financial empowerment” for women. It’s an interesting that they call it a ‘football’ team because Americans famously call football soccer. But that’s a different conversation altogether.


Julie Uhrman, co-founder of Angel City Football Club, said that Crypto.com will help “educate our community and players on crypto and allow our players to use the power of NFTs to connect with and create a deeper relationship with their fans.”


I feel like these exchanges, platforms and wallets are competing to become the Google and Amazon of web 3.0. What is your favourite? Let me know in the comments below.



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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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