data_probe’s profile 18
"I had to add some ambition and then subtract my suspicions" ...Tom MacDonald
Member since: August 27, 2020
Review Date: August 27, 2020 19:39:55
I'm not a Karatbars affiliate. I think Karatbars jumped into the crypto space a bit prematurely, and got burned as a consequence of poor execution and delivery of working milestones. Nevertheless, I created an account on Karatbit and have had a surprising amount of success trading the 1.5X to 2X pumps that occur every time Harold Zeis posts a YouTube video. I've roughly 4Xed my KBC playing those pumps. It will also be interesting to see if there's a FOMO pump leading up to the reduction plan coin swap.
Review Date: August 27, 2020 19:31:17
Ampleforth is an interesting project. Not only itself, but the general user reaction to it. I think a lot of people FOMOed in without reading the white paper, and were caught off guard by the supply re-basing altering the coin counts in their wallets. Personally, I am loving AMPL. In particular the staking rewards from the Geysers.
Review Date: August 27, 2020 19:23:48
I'm loving the new Ampleforth Enceladus Geyser. Already a big fan of Mooniswap. Love that they added NMR staking, and increased rewards for LINK, MKR, BZRX, COMP, and YUSD pairs.
Review Date: August 27, 2020 19:13:55
I have no doubt the OA is recycling. However, I still made more money from HEX than from any other single cryptocurrency. More over, there still appears to be more gains in the tank for this controversial gem, but a gem no less.
Review Date: August 27, 2020 18:56:14
I've had some success in the DeFi space, and always looking for new and innovative projects to invest in and test out. One project that stands out, is https://pamp.network. PAMP is an experimental ERC20 token, that pays inflation to holders, and penalizes sellers with an 8% burn fee, giving PAMP both inflationary and deflationary characteristics, working together to promote optimized holding behavior from investors. Which in turn could give PAMP enhanced storage of value characteristics, as compared to other coins. Other interesting points of interest include a highly active team, working towards both DAO deployment and Polkadot integration on their 2021 road map. All existing road map milestones appear to have been achieved on time. All in all, PAMP looks like a very interesting DeFi project for anyone interested in staking coins, liquidity staking, and coins aiming to offer improved storage of value characteristics.