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r/CryptoCurrency
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The leading community for cryptocurrency news, discussion, and analysis.
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r/eos
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The EOS Network is a 3rd generation blockchain platform powered by the EOS VM, a low-latency, highly performant, and extensible WebAssembly engine for deterministic execution of near feeless transactions; purpose-built for enabling optimal web3 user, developer experiences. EOS is the flagship blockchain and financial center of the EOSIO protocol, serving as the driving force behind multi-chain collaboration and public goods funding for tools and infrastructure through the EOS Network Foundation.
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r/ArkEcosystem
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ARK is the native cryptoasset of the ARK Public Network. The APN is a live implementation of the ARK Core Framework, an open source technology stack authored in TypeScript. Developers can use the ARK Launcher and ARK Core Framework to launch standalone interoperable blockchains customized to their use case. The ARK Ecosystem is supported by native peripherals such as desktop and mobile wallets, explorer, and API/SDKs. ARK aims to foster an ecosystem of sovereign interoperable blockchains.
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r/btc
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When r/Bitcoin moderators began censoring content and banning users they disagreed with, r/btc became a community for free and open crypto discussion. This happened long before the creation of Bitcoin Cash. Today, r/btc users can discuss any Bitcoin-related topic without fear of moderator retaliation, while r/Bitcoin and r/CryptoCurrency are still heavily censored. Over the years /r/btc became community of historians & torchbearers, preservers of Satoshi's Bitcoin for future generations.
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r/ethtrader
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Welcome to /r/EthTrader, a 100% community driven sub. Here you can discuss Ethereum news, memes, investing, trading, miscellaneous market-related subjects and other relevant technology.
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r/ethereum
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Next-generation platform for decentralised applications. Dive in at ethereum.org
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r/CryptoMarkets
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Crypto Market Analysis & Discussion. Demand and price, technical analysis, fundamentals, Bitcoin, Ethereum, token, volume, oscillator, RSI, stochastic, trend, trends, sentiment, strategy, coin, coinmarketcap, coingecko, messari, altcoin, blockchain.
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r/Monero
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This is the official subreddit of Monero (XMR), a secure, private, untraceable currency that is open-source and freely available to all.
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r/BATProject
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Basic Attention Token (BAT) is a revolutionary digital advertising and rewards platform from the inventor of JavaScript and co-founder of Mozilla & Firefox that rewards users in Ethereum-based BAT tokens for ads they choose to see, and soon for using DeFi swaps. Start earning and using BAT now in the Brave browser. We're making Crypto and DeFi accessible for everyone.
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r/Tronix
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TRON is an ambitious project dedicated to the establishment of a truly decentralized Internet and its infrastructure. The TRON Protocol, one of the largest blockchain-based operating systems in the world, offers base public blockchain support of high throughput, high scalability, and high availability for all decentralized applications in the TRON ecosystem.
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r/hivenetwork
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/r/hivenetwork is a subreddit for discussing everything related to Hive, a blockchain-based social media platform that rewards social interactions.
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r/trans
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r/trans, the Reddit Home for everything Transgender.
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r/Stellar
212k members
Stellar is a decentralized protocol that enables you to send money to anyone in the world, for fractions of a penny, instantly, and in any currency. r/Stellar is for news, announcements and discussion related to Stellar. Please focus on community-oriented content, such as news and discussions, instead of individual-oriented content, such as questions and help. r/Stellar is not maintained or moderated by the Stellar Development Foundation.
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r/CryptoCurrencies
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We're Crypto Reddit's Fiji water in a desert of censorship and agendas. Arguably Reddit's best source for uncensored cryptocurrency news, technicals, education, memes and so more!
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r/gridcoin
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Gridcoin (GRC) is a cryptocurrency that incentivizes participation in the production of science. We reward people for volunteering their computational resources towards open drug discovery, physics, astronomy, math and other community-approved research projects. Help cure diseases, fight cancer, solve mathematical equations and map the galaxy while being rewarded for your contribution. We're building an economy based on science which you can participate in every time you use GRC.
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r/ipfs
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Subreddit to discuss ipfs.io.
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r/toastme
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Welcome to r/ToastMe! We are the polar opposite of r/RoastMe - only genuine and unique compliments by awesomely nice people are allowed here. You don't have to state a reason why you want to be toasted! This sub is not only about being there for each other in bad times, but also to celebrate life and the good things that happen to you! r/ToastMe is **NOT** affiliated with any product, app, external sites or other subreddits SFW OR NSFW. We will not promote such.
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r/binance
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Binance is the world’s leading blockchain and cryptocurrency infrastructure provider with a financial product suite that includes the largest digital asset exchange by volume.
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r/dtube
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Welcome to /r/DTube, a community for the decentralized blockchain-based video sharing service. On top of that, it's free, opensource and entirely independent.
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r/steemio
187 members
Social media platform Steem.io
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r/steemhunt
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Steemhunt is a blockchain-powered community platform for geeks, alpha nerds, and product enthusiasts who love to dig out new products and talk about them with others.
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r/SteemSpeak
14 members
SteemSpeak is a cross platform community based around Steem, its discord at https://steemspeak.com a telegram at https://t.me/steemspeak and now the Subreddit . Users who post here can cross post via twitter and #share2steem to get rewarded Steem and SteemSpeak Steem-engine.com tokens via tips on the discord
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r/SteemApps
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Lists Steem apps and sites that utilize the Steem blockchain. Steem is a decentralized ledger that enables community oriented blogging, messaging and currency.
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For those who don't know, Steemit is a Blockchain based blogging and social media website which rewards users with STEEM tokens for publishing and curating content. By voting on posts and comments, users decide the payout of these posts.

Doesn't this seem similar to r/cc and MOONS? Both r/cc and Steemit are social platforms, and MOONS and STEEM have similar functions. What I'm concerned about, though, is that STEEM's price history isn't great, and we could see a similar pattern with MOONS.

STEEM started at a price of $0.64 in Apr 2016 and quickly pumped up to ~$4 in Jul, before dumping to ~$0.15 in Nov. It saw a small pump in Jun 2017 to around $2, and a huge pump to $8.19 in Jan 2018. However, it slowly dumped to $0.20 a year later and is currently only worth $0.50. Even in the May 2021 crypto market bull run, it barely hit $1.

I suspect we might see a similar pattern with MOONS, where the price pumps for reasons like people expecting Mainnet, and eventually dumps without recovering. Of course, this is just my personal opinion. What are your thoughts?

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