Is it unlimited though ?? When ethereum 2.0 comes out all the original existing ethereum will start to get burned with every transaction or exchange ?! Then 3.0 comes around and the cycle repeats itself? maybe wrong but that’s how we understand it
Hi BB , yep definitely one in the same and transitioning is seamless 100% but as far as we understand the existing eth ( the ones we got ;) ) will start to get ‘burnt’ off over time , miners start receiving less of the fees/commission and a certain amount just gets burned in between transactions and exchanges? Haha same, we maybe wrong, but that’s how it got explained to us ?! Either way to the moon with eth let’s go ^^^
Yes, you can margin trade crypto on a fair few big platforms... Binance is one of the better ones, but you are best doing a bit of homework first. Trading Crypto is a strange game, most of the big coins mimic each other... I can overlay BTC /ETH and Lite coin charts and see that they move in near perfect sync up and down most of the time, often taking their lead from BTC. Never has a saying been more appropriate - trend is your friend- Follow the trend, get in and out taking small bits and you’ll make money.
A new Defi Crypto token that's worth taking a look at and investing..
This is a fairly new coin, still in its infancy (under 30 days old) It's being added to several exchanges over the next coming weeks. It recently got added to bitmart exchange last week, that being the first exchange to list on out of many to go.
It also taxes 10% of each transaction, 6% of each goes to all the holders.
This should 50 - 100X in time very easily.
Any interest go to: moonboys.finance
You will need the Trustwallet App to purchase these or if your already on bitmart. Get on over there
Creating and selling art outside of the established system
Hello! I appreciate I'm likely VERY late to the party, but having had my fill of all things digital early doors, I've been enjoying a somewhat analogue existence since.
Selling art IRL has become an exercise in algorithm attendance and, for the most part, a laundry service for those what have. I'm not interested in that. I want to create and distribute art in a way that's accessible, and ideally with as few barriers to entry as possible.
I've begin looking around but there's too much information, and so much of it making empty or unrealistic promises and with most having a reliance on social media as a carrier, I'm at a loss on where to begin.
And so I'm hoping I can draw on the collective knowledge of the LB hive mind... Where do I start reading please?
Check out places like Niftygateway, OpenSea, Superrare, OurZora, Makersplace.
There is a big change in the way artists, including music artists, are creating/selling their work. All the suggested above have their own sort of methods, but from what I see, artists are finally getting their work out to everyday people alongside actually being in control of their sales platform, royalties and produce.
Go explore and I hope you manage to find something that best suits you. Enjoy the rabbithole!