We Heart Ethereum
Around the watercooler here at Metaverse At Night HQ, we love Ethereum. Sure, it’s not (yet) the number one crypto as long as Old Man Bitcoin lives under that bridge guarding the way beyond, but we’ll get there. ETH2 showing up soon gives us hope of greener pastures and lower gas fees, plus being the original multi-use cryptocurrency is why we hitched MANC token’s future to the same blockchain using the strongest of diamond hands.
Google is Buzzing with Ethereum Alt Talk
Do altcoins built on Ethereum that rise in value make Ether more valuable? That was a popular question asked on Quora and the result was a resounding “yes!” Coin like MANC, like Dogecoin, like all the other altcoins that are filling your mind right now work to increase the popularity – and success – of the Ethereum blockchain.
Another article boasts “Ether Hits All-Time High as Altseason Nears!” This hype for all things revolving around Ethereum is real. Even in a crypto winter where the bears dance on ice and taunt the bulls shivering in the corner, basing your token on the right chain like MANC has done, as have countless tokens before it, calls to mind an easier-said-than-down method used by the whales: A surefire way to help make your favorite crypto go up in price instead of down is to have diamond hands.
Having paper hands makes you lose money as you dump the price by illustrating the lack of confidence you have in the token. If others follow suit, the coin tanks. If people are smart, they stack higher on your loss and by your discounted tokens. Those smart people may not only be fortune tellers, they may one day be fortune makers.
That’s it? That’s it. Well, there’s obviously more to it than that, but dumping your bag because you finally made rent money is never gonna get you mortgage money. Crypto can be an overnight success, or a lifechanging windfall. You have to HODL and white knuckle the inevitable dips like you’re on a roller coaster. If you need to slice off some profits here and there, you do you. Just remember paper hands aren’t good for anything.
None of this is financial advice and maybe you could already tell.