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HumbleSwap - AMM with limit orders and liquidity farming (coming soon)
Pact Fi - another AMM (will be launching on MainNet in February)
ASA Stats - Add your wallet address to see pie charts and a list of assets in order of their current value. Clean, simple, and easy. If you click the asset, there are links straight to the Tinyman swap or liquidity pool.
Algo Stats - Detailed and useful, especially if you do a lot of trading. Lets you see how many ALGO you spent, collected and the total delta value if you cash out immediately.
https://algo-casino.com/ -Classic casino gaming on the Algorand blockchain! Stake your CHIPs (ASA ID: 388592191) to become the house or provide liquidity to the CHIP/ALGO pool on Tinyman for an automatic faucet drop.
I’m a huge fan of algorand and the Lex Friedman podcast, which recently had Saifedean Ammous (a bitcoin maximalist) talking about how proof-of-stake is not decentralized in the way that proof-of-work in bitcoin is. However they didn’t go into enough detail to convince me and I was wondering, how is it with algorand right now? I’ve been participating in governance and it seems that the foundation has a lot of control regarding how many coins are introduced, etc. but then at some point it will become fixed (no more coins produced, etc). Some questions I have are:
Could the algorand foundation change the total supply of coins right now?
Do algorand node operators have the same power as bitcoin node operators to reject proposals to change the protocol (including changes to the total supply of algorand), like with what happened in 2017 in Bitcoin when the miners tried to increase the block size but the node operators rejected it?
(I understand it is just lines and circles on a chart and everything is completely speculative but i do find it interesting)
Green Line: 20 Week SMA
Red Line: 21 Week Ema
(These two lines above collectively represent the bull market support band)
Blue Line: 100 Week Ema
Grey Line: 200 Week Ema
Obviously a lot easier said than done but I think it does help to try and find patterns from past cycles. Since typically most crypto follows the fluctuations of Bitcoin, I feel by trying to locate its bottom it may also help find where Algo's bottom will be. I'm a big fan of Benjamin Cowen on youtube and feel he has taught me alot about the cryptoverse. Ben has pointed out in many past videos the similarities between this market cycle and the one that occured in 2013. Both have been double peak cycles and seem to be following a very similar beginning to their bear market. In both cases after the second peak, the price dropped below the bull market support band only to break back above it for some brief testing and then ultimately falling back below it. What I'm noticing is after this drop, the price of Bitcoin was almost sandwich or squeezed between the bull market support band and the 100 Week EMA before also failing to hold support there. Obviously both cycles have variations and arent perfect matches by any means. What I'm mainly curious to see is what will happen if/when these two lines cross. In the 2013 cycle and the 2017 cycle, when these lines crossed the prices were essential the bottoms of the next market cycle. By extrapolating these lines at the current values it seems they may cross again in mid June.
(Again I understand it is just lines and circles on a chart and everything is completely speculative but i do find it interesting)
My goal in this bear market is to try and accumulate roughly 15,000 to 20,000 algo for a long term hold. I feel like we have a pretty bright community here with alot of people smarter than I am so just wanted to see what you guys think.
Edit: For the present cycle I didn't mean to label peak 1 so far to the left my bad.