Still Green in the Bloodiest Market

Everyone is an expert in a bull market and it looks like many projects may not survive this bear. With BTC falling below half of its all-time high, it is clear that altcoins are barely surviving.

Many of the coins that will do well in the bull have to get something right in this current market. As expected, many investors have once again left the market in response to the dip. Clearly, only the strong (diamond hands) will stay put when the bears are around.

The market has been rocked by the rapid fall of Terra’s LUNA & UST, with the stablecoin falling below 50 cents at some point. There are claims that the fall is mostly down to the fact that there are unlimited supply of LUNA.

More importantly, this market isn’t the best market for projects facing full-scale hyperinflation. Since this is the period for building and learning. Those facing hyper-inflation at any scale could learn a few tricks from $GREEN (previously $DINO). It might sound simple but it’s clear many of these projects have to do better.

Greenhouse s tackling the hyperinflation issue head-on unlike most projects waiting till it gets out of hand. With too many tokens in circulation, $GREEN did not stop at maintaining a migration ratio of 100 $DINO to 1 $GREEN, the team also ensured that there is a regular and consistent burn of tokens. This multi-layered attack on hyperinflation is an efficient approach, especially for projects that intend to survive the bear.

For a project making such an effort, there is no denying the fact that only the bull can fully reward the effort. This explains why I am constantly bagging $GREEN. Not only is the market cap low enough for a good profit, but the token is also at a good entry point and the hyperinflation crisis will be a thing of the past in no time.

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19 thoughts on “Still Green in the Bloodiest Market”

  1. Well, most low caps didn’t feel the heat much. I bought BBANK some weeks ago following the launch of their crypto card, and I am surprised to still see them standing tall. Blockbank has proven that it is fundamentals more than mere hype.

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  2. will be interesting to see their approach after ust collapse. i think lots of lessons to be learned here from ust collapse. too sad it happened but will make crypto more resilient green included

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  3. What happens to the green-ust burn pool now?🥲 I thought it was ingenuous, it’s unfortunate what happened to Terra.

    On the bright side green is over 2x up today.

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  4. With the exception of Luna, I believe the strong projects with sound fundamentals will endure. But this Greenhouse is new to me.

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  5. It’s interesting to see some good alts are holding well, like Ocean Protocol or eMoney. These are the kind of projects that have been around for 5 years or more. Def great holds!

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  6. UST is well below 50c right now. Only solid project will survive this heat and I’m betting on DOT, OCEAN, FLD, SOL, ETH, TEAM, PYR and a few others because fundamentals always wins.

    Greenhouse certainly has good days ahead with what they are building, I suppose it’s time to pay attention to it.

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  7. It looks like a bull’s trap to me, but it is exciting to see the market turn green again. honestly, I will like to see how the market reacts this weekend. I am also keeping an eye on SYLO BRKL

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  8. I am choosing utility over anything else. ATOM, NGM, OCEAN will live through the bear market and come out strong in the next bull market

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  9. In this market, optimism is essential; most low-cap gems simply fall silent during the process, with no developments.
    I purchased AxlToken a few weeks ago in anticipation of the rollout of further capabilities in the ecosystem. It has demonstrated that its fundamentals are worth investing in with its NFT launch coming soon.

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  10. The best way to deal with inflation is beat it with cashflow, that’s why I stick to my stablecoin farms on kalmar which give me returns above inflation. I also mix it with more volatiles assets like BTC and gold, but I see those more as long term investments other than inflation edges on the short term

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  11. Nice. I’ve heard a lot of talks about green in this sub. Maybe it’s time to actually take a keen interest in it. It will be a good addition to my DIA holding. That’s a top alt hold of mine and I hope to hold it for long.

    I hope you all the best in this market.

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  12. I think we all need to admit at this point that algo-backed stablecoins are just too risky and to accept the fact that crossing from fiat to DeFi must happen with really backed stablecoins like EEUR, ECHF, ENOK…

    Later in crypto evolution, at some point, we could cross to fully DeFi coins, but for now, it is just too risky and the general population will just never put enough trust in it to succeed in the full adoption.

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  13. This isn’t the bloodiest market in my opinion, we’ve seen worse but Luna’s dip made it look bad. However, I’m using this bloodshed to DCA into my solid projects. I’m buying some JUNO and SCRT while staking them on kelpr wallet. I’m also buying some DIA, OCEAN and SPOOL to hold long term. This dip is a blessing in disguise but we aren’t ready for that conversation.

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