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>>28565656Do you think we're going to break out again today?
>>28565990There is a chance we hit 70 cents.No pump seens currently.
>>28564583I didn't believe before, but I believe now.
>>28567135What made you hop on?
ill miss our no-normie saturday threads
>>28567256Well sorry.This newbie got in just before the last lurch.Glad to help.
>>28567207>pic related (batbtc)>huge bottom-out>huge momentum reversal>it's altcoin seasonAlso,>BAT flipping long on the 1D chart, so it's good on every single timeframe>BATbros have absolute diamond hands from what I can see on occasion on /biz/>Maximum despair, stealth phase is obvious from lack of attention BAT is getting>Fundamentals/BAT has a reasonable business model and a working product
>>28567581Nice analysis.Now make sure to stay for the long haul.
>>28564583Why the FUCK has brave rewards on mobile give so less ads and payments nowBros what do?
>>28567581Most of us have been holding steady since 2017. I haven't thought of selling even once. It's the only altcoin I really have 100% faith in.
>>28568198Same here. I believe in link too. But not to the same level of bat.
>>28568415>>28568198The thing is, BAT hasn't even mooned. At all. And that's what excites me. I've never, ever caught a coin while it was still in its stealth phase but also showed huge potential for growth. So to me, it's like catching ADA or LINK before they even got close to being mainstream.
>>28567581yea on the diamond hands, been holding since '17 and got partially justed by the crash (1/2 my stack was FOMO in near the peak). I laughed m ass off when I saw the wsb redditors talking about *diamond hands* i will literally never sell until $40
>>28568752Yea man feels good. Look at these coins with higher market cap.Digibyte ffsAnd not dissing stuff like new stuff like grt and avax. But these coins are so far off from being anything but speculation. And same with others like xtz. Xrp. All that stuff. No one is even using the coins except for speculation Bat has a real use right now. And will have so many more soon too
>>28569171You a fellow Digibyte holder?I'm surprised at how no one talks about it on /biz/
>>28569329My first crypto in 2017 was dgb. Dont hold it anymore. It's fast and has a good distribution irc. Doge kind of cornered the digibyte niche.Biz was all about the dgb memes back in the dayYou holding?
>>28567256Me too. :(
>>28569819Have a 40k stack.I'm fine if it burns to nothing but am also convinced that it has great potential due to how well it scales.Dogecoin's potential for growth seems a bit iffy due to how it was designed for tipping and it's inflationary scheme.Won't deny that the gains off of whale pumps is interesting.
>>28564583I bought BAT in 2018 because it was shilled here. Instantly I understood the coin and why it could have potential value unlike any other crypto ever. I don't understand them or their use, only BAT. Maybe I'm retarded. What other coins do you fatties batties hold?
>>28571737I don't think you're retarded anon, many cryptos are just looking for a problem to solve and will never see any real adoption or they try to be just another eth killer.Personally my main holdings are ETH, BTC, BAT with smaller amounts of VET, IOTA, and BNB. What about you?
I sincerely hope biz doesn't miss bat. Even if they just pick up a little stack. When brave becomes a household name and my parents are unironically using brave just because it's the standard I don't want any biztard left behind because they were to proud to join now, nor wasting their time chasing shitcoin pump and dumps.
>>28572107Got 10k.That enough?
This coin is going to take off any day now
>>28572152That's the suicide stack. Good stuff.
>>28572298>suicideWait did I do something wrong?
I have like 200 BAT stuck in my fucking browser because it won't link to Uphold. Any anons know how to fix this? I just want to export to a hardware wallet to hold.
>>28572298>>28572152Just realized I also have a little over 10k BAT.Gonna be really hard to let these buggers go with such a nice 5-figure amount. >>28572215I honestly feel like you won't need to wait very long, anon. Maybe 1-2 weeks max before those gains really start to hit hard.
>>28567581>BATbros have absolute diamond hands from what I can see on occasion on /biz/this summer will be four fucking years. Diamonds are like toilet paper to my hands by now. My hands could crush a neutron star with ease.
>>28572078I literally just hold BAT and a little bit of UNI. Bought UNI because I see everyone using the service on /biz/ and I thought they needed the coin to use it. Turns out it doesn't work like that but ended up being a profitable buy. I held onto my XLM that I earned from Coinbase in 2018 which is now $100. Kinda sick. A free $100 after two years.
>>28572328A suicide stack is named as the number you should have, so you don't end your life when they moon. It's life insurance.>>28572577this. I think i could end this dimension if I clapped my hands right now.For all the noobies in this thread, it would be wise to not get shaken out, or be tempted to take profits too early. This is Brave's transparency page, documenting all the ad buys and campaign locations, alongside user growth.https://brave.com/transparency/Its a good resource to demonstrate how Brave is actually a real company. Its the safest bet in crypto, and in my opinion, potentially a very lucrative one.
>>28573082I never doubted them being a scam, and anyone who does is a fucking subhuman retard. It's one of the only cryptos with an actual product that can be used, and you literally get rewarded with BAT for doing nothing. Why don't more faggots get on this wave?
>>28573082>actual charts and dataNice.Do you have any more intermediate/advanced info/data to help me obtain diamond hands? I'm not SUPER new to crypto but I did only enter in may 2020. I've been watching BAT since then and have also been using the browser constantly.So, from a dolphin to a whale, any other links?
>>28573082Oh I thought it was a stack that made you want to kill yourself for some reason.Like making you wish you did more.>>28572566Same. Tough part is going to be how to approach cashing out.Would be nice to pay off mortgage but don't want to do it too soon.
>>28573298just read their whitepaper and understand the token economics. Also have a look at how many people accept BAT tips
>>28572682I recently converted all my free shit from coinbase earn to BAT. Worth $300 now, pretty nice. Yeah as far as I know the UNI is just a governance token. I never used uniswap, kinda sad that I missed out on the airdrop
>>28574337oh almost $400, pretty nice for doing some quizzes
>>28574243It's crazy - Tesla buying Bitcoin shoots it up incredibly but Paypal, Amazon, Verizon, and other huge companies indirectly buying BAT and actually using the product to run their advertisements does nothing for the price.>>28575048Based on BAT
>>28575331Thats not suprising tho. Those companies are paying in flat, Brave is just converting. Its completely different from what Tesla is doing
>>28575558They can pay in BAT if they wish to. They could be accumulating enough BAT at todays prices to allow them to advertise for years.
>>28571737I'm 50% BAT20% LTC20% ETH10% BTCI was all in BAT basically and flipped a bit so I at least fell more comfortable now. Still thinking about flipping back to all in BAT
>>28573410>Would be nice to pay off mortgage but don't want to do it too soon.I could do this now with my ETH.....I have exactly enough to pay off my mortgage but...why? The interest is so low I don't see the point.
>>28575994Get's rid of an annoying payment which would then let me convert my income into an engine of financing.
>>28575994Also in the bad case I lose my job somehow there'd be a lot more options for livable wages.
>>28573410>Would be nice to pay off mortgage but don't want to do it too soon.Similar thoughts for me, but instead it's finishing off my car payment. I'm already well ahead of it right now so I didn't stress it too much. Still though, those few grand do loom over my head sometimes.
>>28574243>publisher advertsSounds potentially incredible. I always wondered why they didn't decide to have in-page ads from time to time, so long as the page format remains identical to before, and you can opt-in or out based on your own needs as a person browsing.>etc.>Stay comfyThank you, based whale. I'll remember this day.
>>28564583how does it feel bros knowing we are sitting on a fucking gold mine? by far the most undervalued project in crypto
>>28574243you are making me want to double down or at minimum hold past $40
Holy shit bros my folio broke 100k for the first time today
>>28576468>hold past X dollars?IMO, and this is just me as a youthful guy with way too much energy and time in the day, but I think swinging just a little bit to catch those obvious bubble tops does not hurt at all. Of course, I would never risk my whole stack if I truly believed there was more room to grow, but as Ben Cowen says, "Never let a good bubble go to waste." That's speaking macro, btw. Not day-to-day trades, but seasonal trades rather.
>>28572215>held 17k+ GRT at sub 0.5 for weeks before this mega pump>Sold my stack the day before it ran at a 1k profitDon’t make the same mistake as me BAT bros; once you pick a winner, stick to it.
>>28576299>>28576468heres what interactive adverts could look like.BAT isn't just about advertisements. Brendan has spoken about how it could underpin a vast array of the internet, through paying for goods right out of the wallet rather than using your credit card. it is also used extensively for a bunch of gala games and for buying NFT's.
almost at .70 brosi think i need to take a break from crypto soon, yesterday i woke up in the middle of the night and asked my gf if she ever made a trade on uniswap and if she did that she should claim the airdrop
>>28576763>paying for goods right out of the wallet rather than using your credit cardI've been looking forward to this. I want to buy shit with my rewards. Rather than tipping. Buy shit from online mom and pop types. Brave devs keep talking about "BAT SKUs" but won't give any details.
>>28577530I'm going to need to keep track of capital gains with this.Ugh.
>>28577438paypal integration me thinks.
>>28577530>brave rewards users with anonymous and verified user wallets will be able to utilize their earned BAT toward content, offers and other goods and serviceswhat? that sentence doesn't really make sense
>>28576763imagine if you could pay online services like netflix, amazon, twitch subs and similar stuff with the browser equivalent of mobile game gems (=BAT) that you can farm also by doing internet shit like watching ads.if brendan manages to get this kind of ball rolling with the right partnerships, the hordes of normies moving tokens around without even realizing it will be absurd. you don't even need to know what a wallet is.
>>28577640Seems like their saying you'll be able to buy stuff with BAT. Be it pay walled website content or actual products digital or otherwise. Maybe you can subscribe to an OnlyFans with you're BAT.
>>28577658Thats whats great about Brave. Its onboarding hoards of crypto illiterates, and getting them into the crypto ecosystems and they don't even know it - or better yet, even need to know how crypto works. It's all streamlined for them. >>28577640Any user with Brave Rewards enabled (aka ads turned on), whether their browser wallet is verified (connected to uphold/gemini or not) will be able to use their BAT to pay for shit.
long ass BAT holder here. This shit is SO vindicating. THANK you.
>>28577789I get that but do you need to verify yourself before you can spend your BAT? That would be unfortunate. Currently you don't need to verify your wallet before you can send tips etc>>28577816Yeah that's what I thought, wasn't sure if they meant that unverified users could also spend it or not. They should fix that sentence.
>>28577832As a guy who just bought in Wednesday, you have my respect.Been using Brave forever and decided to risk the excess fiat on something that I actually understand and use.
>>28577898I believe that there will be a difference between what verified and unverified wallets can buy however. I don't know where I read that or dreamed it, but I think that's a thing. Someone else will have to snopes that for us.
>>28572377I'm in similar situation. Uphold is cancer. Think in a couple of months brave will add other wallets.
>>28564583Trips and I buy a property in BATon Rouge, and invite all of my Batbros
>>28578567Darn. Wanted to visit.
>>28575994>The interest is so low I don't see the point.It's just a different level of security being able to say fuck you to the bank. Not having a house payment can let you take way bigger risks in life. Change jobs to a passion project. Scale back work to what you want to do. Aggressively invest in all manner of shitcoins since you don't need your wages constantly garnished to secure a roof.
Will there be a weekend rally?
>>28578928Exactly.The key question is how much excess would be wise to leave in the account after it moons since buying back wouldn't be a viable option.
I fucking love this browser and coin
>>28579443it loves u 2
>>28572377>HardwareETH gas fees will rape your gains. Just leave it in the exchange. It's only 200.
I'm not even watching USD value at the moment.BATBTC ratio is where it's at. And it looks sooo gooood.
>>28581470Holy smokies its cheap.
>>28582795Hey can't lose with that.
damn, i come back after a week and it's another 50%. kinda glad i dont trade frequently
>>28564583$40 seems a bit much for this bull cycle but I think we easily reach $4.
>>28583407When do you think we hit $1 then?