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Best crypto EXCLUDING the ones in the pic?
Voting for Harmony
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>>14728256
LINK.

/thread
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Xmr
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Harmony ONE takes it
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XMR
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>>14728346
Why ONE? It's been dumping for weeks while other coins like REN are getting pumped.
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>>14728256
ONE is the last blue chip left in market
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XMR and RSR. At least thats what I'm accumulating
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>>14728592

So you rather wanna buy high? get rekt
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>>14728256
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>>14729150
you can also link monero with LINK
but I'm not gonna mspaint that
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>>14729150
I also misspelled a bunch of shit
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>>14728256
xrp
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0xBitcoin
get that Bitcoin on Ethereum
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>>14729257

low-effort shilling aside, there is an informative thread going on

>>14724977
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>>14728256
Monero
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moon3d supports all of them, try it now
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>>14729150
Doesn't work that way.

>Hello, Mr. Brainlet, agent Chadson speaking.
>Your bank has informed us about a huge transfer you received
>Would you be so kind to explain where did you get the money?

If you don't come up with full transaction history, your ass gets raped in jail. Depending on how much of the history you can recover and how suspicious the exchanges you traded on are you will get charged with tax evasion in the best case and money laundering and terrorism funding at worst.
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>>14729150
fixed
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>>14728592
Its like Ethereum on bath-salts, but with a Mormon dev team that literally cannot stop having BBQs
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>>14729731
>>14729150
Ethereum will have private transactions eventually; Monero isnt needed. Thats the whole point of Ethereums upgradability.
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>>14729671
You're a fucking retard. Stay poor faggot.

t. tax attorney
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>>14729257

this

A lot of people holding LINK are balls deep in 0xBTC
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>>14729922
>eventually
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>>14728256
unironically Holochain and Iota if they deliver
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>>14730083
>if they deliver
Every shitcoin project ever
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>>14730104
You mean every crypto project ever. Chainlink has not yet delivered, ethereum still needs to deliver 2.0.
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>>14730201
Link don’t promise shit. Eth delivered their main functionality
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>>14728256
Fantom is the best shitcoin. LINK has no right to be on there. The concept is sound but it's been a concept for far too long now.
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>>14730341
>>14730259
>>14730201
Why not go with a coin that already has a fully working product, and now they're just improving it?
go with Monero
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>>14729904
Why do they have all those team activities? We don't see other crypto teams having bbqs and hiking trips.
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>>14730678

team building you retarded neet
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>>14731264
implying its not just posturing
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>>14731264
I only have one TBA a year.
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Now you have
store of value - btc
smartcontract and oracle - eth & link
the one you miss is anonymous transaction - xmr
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>>14728256
XMR only purely peer to peer cash system other than bitcoin and litecoin I think actually has staying power. Privacy focused and doesn't weaken it's system by trying to provide "instant" or really fast transaction times. Shit is just a privacy coin plane and simple.
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>>14729904
and 90% of total supply in hands of the team who will dump on you at any moment, LMAO
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>>14731466
Shit fud
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>>14730104
sentinel is the only project which has delivered and has actual usage https://stats.sentinel.co/
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>>14728270
Yep
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why not QuarkChain (QKC)?
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>>14732273
Are you implying that Eth didn't deliver turing complete programming language executable on the blockchain? That was the whole point of the project and it was delivered.
Also, bitcoin worked as intended from the start.
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>>14732318
while i agree 100% bitcoin has real usage ( i was only talking about shitcoins)
ethereum is clearly a scam thats why sent had to move away from eth and have its own blockchain
cause ethereum can't handle a big number of trasactions and infura act as a bottlenack for certain usecases.
eth community has pivoted away from dapps narrative cause what they built is not good enough for them, and their only usecase was building ponzi icos.
now they are pivoting to defi vut when defi turns out to be a scam too they will find something else
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>>14732443
You diverted from the topc.
Did Eth deliver what it promised? (hint, those were turing complete smart contracts).
hint: yes they did.
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>>14732495
they promised scalability to build dapps and web 3.0 ontop https://youtu.be/TDGq4aeevgY
they literally scrapped every bit of promises they made:
they are centralized (dao and vitalik dictatorship)
they haven't delivered on pos and they probably won't deliver in q1 2020 like they promised:
Things in Ethereum 2.0 that haven't been spec'd yet:
1. On chain randomness
2. Wire protocol
3. Clients to slash surround votes
4. Decentralized network time protocol

If it hasn't been spec'd, it can't be reliably implemented.
POS will centralize the supply and the amount of nodes making it easy to shut down
while it will become faster ( if they manage to deliver and not fuck it up in the process) it will loose security and decentralization in the process
ethereum is literal cancer and has done much damage to this ecosystem
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>>14728256
Smart Contract
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>>14729671
>Your bank has informed us about a huge transfer you received
why would I ever use a bank?
are you retarded?
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>>14729922
that's good
the more options the better really
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one
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>>14732661
>they promised ...
programmable smart contracts. They delivered revolutionizing the ENTIRE space to the point of making their main invention, the EVM, a must-have for all other projects.
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>>14733034
you didn't even fucking read what i wrote, talking with shills and bagholders is useless.
how are those heavy eth bags doing ? feel heavy yet ?
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>>14728256
Enigma



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