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What are your GRT price predictions?
$3 eod tomorrow. Check tradingview
>>302278821 GRT will be worth 1 GRT.
>>30227882Stimmy checks are coming.$5 end of month.$100 end of year.$1000 end of decade.
If you bought under $2 you should be comfy as fuck. If you bought over $2 rest easy in the knowledge that this thing has a working product utilised by many other projects and has nowhere to go but up. Just have patience.
>>3022788250$ 2022 february
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>>30227882after all the token unlocks? be lucky to be over $1
>>30227882$1.84 EOD. $1.84 EOW. $0.50 EOM. Glad I sold this shit at $2.80.
Stop worrying about the price. Just delegate and forget you scum bags. You guys are acting like 4th worlders
>>30228383How do i delegate without alot of gay faggot complexity?
>>30228253>he thinks he's getting checksTrust me, they aren't going to give us shit.
>>30227882 (OP)Stimmy checks are coming.$5 end of month.7000+ subgraphs, and L1 integrations are coming$100 end of year.Web 3.0, built on top of the graph protocol, is coming.$1000 end of decade.
>>30228416It's literally simple as fuck. Just use your brain and stop being lazy
>>30228485Based. Also check out mana bros this shits pumping
>>30228485>builtExactly what I needed to hear. Thank you anon
>>30228565>manalol i've been in suspense as to whether that or District0x would pump first. would not buy either of them though
>>30228485>$5 end of monthI'd be happy with $3 eom at this point.
>>30228769Mana seems based though. Its like runescape gp
>>30227882debating about selling this shit to get into reef before it moons.
>>30228889Ive noticed crypto moves up in noticeable cycles. Were about to enter another parabolic run on grt
>>30227882back to 1.3
>>30229067agreed$1000 will take 4 years MAX
>>30229052>GRT cyclesInteresting. Tell me more.
>>30229237Just look at the chart homeybun see for yourself. Its like that fibonachi shit
Down to 0.20 where it belongs. Scam of a coin that charges you to do something that already is done for free and quickly by pretty much everyone. The very action of creating a blockchain allows you to index it. I've been screaming this for the last month on this board yet you faggots keep pushing this hype beast of a pajeet coin. Do yourself a favor and sell or swing into another coin.
>>30227882Can someone spoonfeed me a good indexer? Mine changed its rates and now the APY isn't as good.
>>30230067piggybacking thisIndexer rec gentleman?
>>30230091Dumb fucking pajeet. If I want to index any coin right fucking now for no reason at all, I can just look at an exchange and view the orders to and from wallets. GRT does nothing new. It's a fucking scam.
>>30230232Youre not fooling anyone ranjeet
>>302278821.78 bucks eoy
>>30230232>I could just code the entire game engine myself, UNITY is literally WORTHLESS
>>30230091>two wordsAbsolute state
>>30229521No, it is not going to get to $3 any time soon. Certainly not this week. Or the next.
>>30231545$4 EOM, stay poor nigger
>>30227882Unironically 1.50$100 in 2025
>>30228416Send me it I'll delegate for you
>>30228383This. People forget the project is only 3 months old. Do you know how long it took link to break a dollar?
>>302284858000+ now and growing
>>30227882~$1.5 EOD~$1.5 EOW~$1.5 EOM~$1.5 EOQ~$1.5 EOY
>>30230224Not p2p. It's full.
>>30228416Put your shit on metamask with about $50 in eth. Then go on graph network, find the indexer you want, and click delegate? There are retard proof videos everywhere.
>>30228416just follow the guide on the site, it's like 3 buttons to press, stop being a faggot
I bought most of my bag at 0.32, but bought more at 2.21, 1.88, 1.49 and I will acoomulate more if it stays bellow 2.5.
>>30228485RON JOHNSON WITH THE STEEL CHAIR, FUCK YOUR STIMMY CHECKS LMAOOOOOOOObtw volume is dead, expect 1.65 again probablyI love GRT but good lord this market is fucking bad
delisted and $0
>>30228262You realize someone in a telegram is saying “if you bought under 10 cents just have patience” right?It’s like so many of you people bought link over 20 and think you’re in early. People who were here in 2017 bought link for a quarter.You’ve got to figure out how to play this or you’re going to get fucked
Got 5k delegated to a Finnish autist and ready for it to be $500k by this time next year.
>>30234395If GRT increases in prices by 10000% over four years like LINK did I will be perfectly happy
>check GRT and every other shitcoin TA daily for a month>every single one is consistently wrong
>>30227882>hopiumGRT doesn’t need hopium you dumb fuck. It’s literally the best project in crypto after ETH itself.You just need to have A LITTLE BIT of patience. That’s all it takes to make it rich off this.
>>30234395I bought LINK for an average price of 21 cents. Wanna know how I "played it" after that? I didn't fucking sell it, and turned an $8,000 investment into more than $1.2M currently. I also own 220k GRT. I'll be "playing it" the same way I "played" LINK.
What stack is it even worth delegating at?t. poor
Watch the green dildo coming in soon
>>302350845k minimum to break even in a reasonable amount of time.
>>30231654I own more grt than you do. If it goes up to $4 EOM (it won't) I will still have more money than you do.
>>30228485Dude I got a fat GRT stack but stimmy checks are not gonna go into some random crypto no one knows anything about
>>30236580>>30236643get a look at these retards boys lmaoooo
Have any youtubers shilled this yet?
should I delegate or put my tokens in bancor
>>30237100Sell now we about to pump
>>30236929You are mad that it is not going to $4 eom.
>>30237656lol like your words mean anything
>>30237214we would i sell if were gonna pump? or do you mean dump lel
I will be buying GRT after 4 billion tokens get dumped in a couple of months, good project
>grt will only be huge because of web3.0>the internet and things like google, facebook, amazon etc only became huge via widespread casual normalfag appeal, back in the 90s/2000s it was just barely crawling out of nerd's basements into the real world>right now the closest web3.0/defi have to normalfag appeal is "sign up on a exchange, pay them with real money, buy funny internet money"guys what the fuck is gonna have to happen?what incentive will developers have to make a "decentralised facebook"? what incentive will users have to join "facebook but not facebook"? and to learn how to not be a retard with your funny internet money waller and not be hacked by the infamous 4chan and lose all your funny internet money?i dont mind getting some nice gains from the multiplying of delegation plus grt going up in value over time, but i dont want to wait like two/three decades for it to truly moon, and i dont see how it could possibly go any faster
>>30237656I got in at 11c faggot I'm more than good and not selling for probably 2 years minimum anyways
The europoors will save us again tonight
>>30237845Pump and you dont deserve it
The pump is supposed to happen this weekend. Target price is $3 but will probably go a little past that. I believe they said that it would kick off on Saturday around 5am EST.
>>30238859what the fuck is the point of wasting your time typing this complete bullshit if you don't have shit to back up what you are saying.
>>30238981It was good enough for me. Got 5k GRT just now thanks source bro
>>30238859Actually heard its going to 10, then back to 2, then to .8, but then back to 3
I have 6.7k GRT. eom I see $3 max, assuming BTC doesnt rape everything. EOY, 8$ seems realistic. end of 2022 double that, and then double every year for 4 years.
>>30239614I’m so tempted to sell my grt to get a new car but I stop myself because I will regret it.
>>30234240Got my bags way late at 1.55, 1.88 & 1.75. feeling good.
>>30237803Are you his fucking ass buddy?
>>30233703What happens when an indexer is full? Do the new delegation rewards pop out into your wallet, or are they redelegated as normal?... but wouldn't that go past the cap?
>>30239829I am literally in the exact same boat. I sold my car a few months ago but now I am desperate to get it back. I really want to sell 1/3 of my stack at the start of april to buy a car but that means I wont be able to delegate and Ill miss out on massive future gains.If GRT performs really well this month ill treat myself but otherwise ill keep holding and buy an even nicer car down the line.
>>30238859No, it is going down this weekend. No pump to $3. Not yet.
2300 enough to delegate? This is my mini alt stack
>>30240044I had a 7000 stack got paper hands and sold now I only have a 5000 stack. Not happening again. But yes it’s hard not to sell right now.
Its pretty stable, and backed by the (((rothchilds))) its guaranteed to succeed
>>30240044>>30240235The bear market is going to rekt you
>>30240518>not realizing the fact that the Rothschilds are involved could be detrimentalInb4 they supress and destroy GRT because it threatens the status quo. It's fucking over.
Investment in new projects requires patience and strong hands. GRT is a bluechip token. It will form part of the infrastructure of web 3.0,paving the way for gains the likes of which so many feeble minds on /biz/ cannot conceive of. GRT will spread to other blockchains and platforms in such a manner that it can only be compared to Rome at the peak of it's imperial prowess, with the only different being that GRT will NOT collapse. It will continue to march forth and evolve with mankind as we embark on an epoch of space-faring expansion. The descendants of bag holders will enjoy positions of aristocratic status in the new technocracy for generations to come. Meanwhile, no-bag fags will end themselves when this moons. Consider yourselves warned.
>>30240838This is a legitimate fear I think. There is no way (((they))) want this, or really any DeFi or Web3 to succeed.
>>30240900checked and based. Thank you moon man anon.
>>30240838how exactly can they?they can buy a shitton, make bullshit trades to drive the token price down.and what else?grt will still index the blockchain
>>30237056a few i have seen.. but it has been pretty subtle and mostly its just TA.
>>302278825 EOM20 EOY85 5 Y
Whats your predictions for price behaviour over the next few weeks? I get paid tonight and have about £400 to spend, i want to dump more into this/ada but unsure if it's that smart right now, considering there might be a huge dump soon (from all the delegators that unlock after buying in last pump at the start of feb)
>>30242098i yolo'd and bought 2k.
>>30241591GRT is on their radar now. There's nothing stopping the Rothschilds from making "deals" outside of the blockchain.
>>30242098Wait and see what BTC does. It might go down a bit but it has strong support at 42K. If BTC price dips around there I'd load up on GRT. Its been bouncing back with BTC lately and will hopefully make you some gainz
>>30227882How does .00001 sound?
>>30240707We shall see.
>>30242098Crabs within a channel of $2.20 highs to $1.33 lows until march 23.
What are some other web 3.0 plays? Or should I just stack GRT?
>>30231545$2.80 on March 9
>>30242755checked, just stack GRT.
>>30228147no fucking way
>>30242837No way, buddy. I will take that bet. I bet you 1 (one) GRT that it will not be $2.80 on march 8, 9, or 10.
>>30242933You think all the whales that had to wait 28 days to undelegate to sell during the last huge pump aren’t gonna make it pump a few days before the 28 day waiting period is up? Last pump was Feb 10-12, I promise you it will be close to $2.80 near March 9th so whales get to max profits. The
>>30228147WHAT.... I CANT PROFIT??/biz/'s been lying to me this whole time
>>30229970Then why are dozens of top projects using it?
>>30227882Im switching to reef as soon as this coin goes in the green.
>>302281471 GRT today will be worth 2 GRT in the future if you delegate.
>>30243228Very educated response. GRT is going back up and afterwards it will dump hard. I will be selling high and buying low. I hope you do the same my Bizrealite friend
>>30227882Guys, I believe GRTsux is DerkhershAlthough, there is a giant gap in grammar between them, it's not out of the realm of possibility that Derkhersh has dumbed down his grammar to be more easily understood on /biz/
>>30240016If the indexer sets fee cuts properly the rewards will scale into the pool so that they can always keep the current delegators without going over.
>>30243073>Thewhat did he mean by this?
>>30243466Always leave them wanting more.
IT'S ON SALE BOYS
>>30243513I will chat with you, anon. Why do you think it will go back up? Simply because the delegators are now able to undelegate and sell profits? Is that the only reason? I am only looking at the charts and so I do not see it moving up to that high.
>>30243651We’re on the same growth path as before the last parabolic shift. The timing is there. Our general “crabbing/upwards” trend after the correction is almost identical to the “crabbing/upwards” trend before the last shift.
>>30228416I know a place where you can delegate for around the same APY as the official website but you don't pay any faggy gas fees.I'm not telling because you faggots are always ungrateful
>>30244031shut the fuck up before you ruin it for the rest of us
>>30244031>>30244244ill post pic of my feet if you tell me
>>30244007ANon, i think we are on a clear downward trend. 14, 20, 22, all of february and then march 3rd were the 1, 2, 3, and 4. The 5 is incoming, going to be somewhere around $1.25.
>>30244007here is muh chart. I am a newfriend at TA so no bully.
>>30245422I respect that you’ve got dubs twice now, but don’t look at the tops, looks at the floor we have at the bottoms. It’s an upwards trend.
>>30236643>> random crypto no one knows anything aboutIT'S THE GOOGLE OF BLOCKCHAIN!!
>>30245615Okay, I can see the upward trend if i check the bottoms. But even so, don't you want to see one more drop down to complete the set, and then we pump? I don't feel good about that last bottom being left out in the cold.
>>30245850I fine with whatever. Regardless I’ll be looking to sell 9-12 March. It lines up perfectly with Wednesday/Thursday dumps we usually see.
>>30246070Nice, thanks, fren. I think I do learn a bit more every time I chat it up in a comfy GRT thread. Very nice.
>>30245850Y'all are obsessing over the significance of little dips in the graph like it means anything.>>30246070You're gonna have so much regret bro when it soars beyond $5, $10, $15, and beyond. Gonna cry like a baby and kick yourself in the foot for not just getting a job if you needed short term cash so desperately.
>>30245796yeah we know that but your average retard doesntits gonna take alot more time for it to be known to the average personALOT more timethere was a time when google was obscure
>>30243360Wrong. Once they're above their delegation ratio of 1:16 vs stake, any additional delegations no longer generate more rewards, but STILL take a slice of the rewards generated. This dilutes the returns for everyone, and especially fucks people who were there before those who aped in on top, sending the indexer over capacity.Don't do it bros.t. indexer
>>30240044holy fuck these thots are absolutely retarded. There is no way pushing down on the machine like that isn't putting unnecessary strain on the shins and other regions. This will lead to injury eventually.
>>30229970>The very action of creating a blockchain allows you to index it.By who/what and why?
>>30246226I’m buying back in...sell high, buy low.
I'm a little concerned that a GRT node will collapse after it gets overloaded like what happened with FTM. A ton of people will flood into GRT, start delegating and then it will collapse from too much traffic.
The floor of GRT is $2.50 based on circulating supply and market cap v.s. other similar coins.If you bought in below $2.50, you're safe.Any price above that will need to be from hype/true utility. People wanting it. People needing it. Because it does something cool.
Well now p2p looks like shit because its full, but idk how to tell if frameworklabs will be still good in a month.Any of you guys switching around? or can you please leave p2p.
>>30246830that's not the /biz/ way
>>30246943>A ton of people will flood into GRT, start delegating and then it will collapse from too much traffic.kek
>>30246986but then why isn't it 2.50 right now? checkmate
>>30247217Things can fall below real value because markets aren't perfectly rational, but it'll inevitably come back up. There's a force pulling it towards $2.50.My point is people who bought at $2.50 don't have to be afraid of it never coming back, like someone who bought XRP at $3.40 in 2018.
>>30247331I was excited until you brought up XRP. Is it really going to be this bad for all of us? I didn't sign up to be an XRP loser.
>>30247331>>30247416https://cointelegraph.com/news/ripple-s-xrp-sales-suppressed-coin-price-amended-court-complaint-allegesRipple (XRP) is a scam and a pyramid scheme. The 2 creators made 600 million selling off XRP for years. They artificially kept its price low by dumping their bags and selling them regularly. They told the public and investors they were "going long" while they were selling off their coin and cashing out. I'm so glad I didn't get pulled into this one. I was about to dump 15K into it, thinking the cheap price of the coin was too good to pass up. Fuck Ripple.
>>30247416In my opinion GRT is far more useful than XRP so I believe we'll shatter $3.40 easily, but that's a bet that's not visible in the fundamentals.
Isn't this coin about to double in supply? When? Sounds like the time to buy.
>>30229970Look at the minimum hardware requirements to run an Indexer. Then’ look at the total number of Indexers and consider the running costs to maintain that hardware 24/7 including electricity, bandwidth, and maintenance costs in the form of technical expertise of an experienced devops/system administrator. You would have to be a fucking idiot not to understand the long term ramifications GRT is going to have. In a decade, “GRT expert wanted. 150000 USD a year salary” will be a common thing to see on job search websites.
>>30240900What a based fucking post. Screenshotted and checked.
>>30246999I delegated to figment (by far the biggest indexer then and 2nd now) about 2 months ago. Retrospectively, it was a great choice. Had an above average APY for a long time and even now it's got an average APY and closes allocations regularly. The guy behind it knows what he's doing. Frameworks has indexers in countless other projects (as does figment), so I wouldn't be worried too much. The good thing about giant indexers is that they aren't easily filled with delegation. I really like figment because many think his high reward cut implies low APY lol.
>>30240900checked and based. generational wealth INCOMING
>>30244031>>30244244What do I have to do for this information?
>>30247666Good lorddddd checked
>>30247666CHECKED AND TO THE STARS WITH LUCIFER PILLED
>>30246575That's not what I was talking about. I'm talking about indexers that are 100% allocated and don't get new indexers. They still get new rewards from the protocol. If their fee cut is set properly, they should have their stake cut grow at a ratio that makes sure that the delegators never grow larger than the 1:16 ratio.
>>30247966Good lord, checked. He is with us, and more importantly, he with GRT (the Google of the blockchain).
>>30247688Very true, Figment is low-key. They seem very knowledgeable too. I'm not delegated to them but they were my second choice.>>30247331>Things can fall below real value because markets aren't perfectly rational, but it'll inevitably come back up. There's a force pulling it towards $2.50.>like someone who bought XRP at $3.40 in 2018.Please don't compare us to XRP we're a much better project>>30247521Looking at XRP market cap and circulating supply actually comforts me knowing we'll at the least reach $10 USD at some point
>>30240900finally a sensible take