How much money you lost with safe moon?

Still in profit from a small investment lol, before you cashout your gains/loses are theoretical, hold
 
A combination of significant head injuries and too much fluoride in the water.

Will be really happy if you can give some advice on this

Well dude from what i see so far, i didn't know why but i somehow completly agree with you even thou i am completly noob in crypto world. And therefore May i ask you a couple of question?

what's your strategy before investing in some crypto currency? and how do you determined if the coin and the project they run worth the invesment? Also what's your own realistic margin goal for investing in coin?

Im really interested to know your insight. Thanks!!
 
So I was one of those guys who thought this was a good opportunity and burnt around $100 in 24 hours, learned a good lesson. How much did you lose?
Got it for like $50 several weeks ago, sold at the moment it become clear than it wont go for $0.69 at 4/20, collected pretty nice 1000% profit. Life is good :)
 
Will be really happy if you can give some advice on this
Q1: How much money do I expect to make from the investment by the end of the year and how much can I make week on week from staking.

.if expectedROI == "high":

..if weeklyYield == "high":

....return "add to shortlist"

..else:

...if expectedROI == "very high":

....return "add to shortlist"

...else:

....return "forget this crypto"

..else:

...return "forget this crypto"



Q2: Does the project look legit or not?

Burn the project if:

a) whitepaper is garbage
b) site looks super low effort
c) team are completely anonymous and project isn't verifiably supported by Binance or comparative parent project.
d) the concept behind the project is really basic, really dumb, or even I can tell it won't work
e) if there is only talk about making money and nothing about technologies
f) if lots of people tell me to invest in a short period of time
g) if the tokenomics of the project is totally flawed
h) if the project has an unlimited token supply and no significant burning mechanisms
i) if I don't like the name of the project or if something completely unconnected was bothering me at the time I made the decision



Q3: Is there something unique about the project that actually provides unique value and that 95% of people will easily be able to see that value?

.if answer == "yes":

..return "add to shortlist number 3"

.else:

..return "burn me daddy"



Q4: Is the project giving investors and themselves too much free crypto or are the team premining their crypto excessively?

burn if yes immediately



Q5: Do I personally give a shit about what this project are doing?

.if answer == "yes":

..return "add bonus points"

.else:

..return "meh, I'll invest in anything that'll make me money... apart from Safemoon"


There's other things too but these are just core, basic principles to assess cryptos by that help to find projects that will survive longer than a month.
 
Also $0 lost. I was tempted as a business partner made a killing but had the feeling I was getting in too late.

I also didn’t clearly understand what the value proposition was & crazy concept but I don’t invest in things I don’t understand lol.

@VSYNC nailed it with the above post.

If people stick to the fundamentals they’ll make money long term.

I mostly DCA into ETH & a bit of Bitcoin
 
Q1: How much money do I expect to make from the investment by the end of the year and how much can I make week on week from staking.

.if expectedROI == "high":

..if weeklyYield == "high":

....return "add to shortlist"

..else:

...if expectedROI == "very high":

....return "add to shortlist"

...else:

....return "forget this crypto"

..else:

...return "forget this crypto"



Q2: Does the project look legit or not?

Burn the project if:

a) whitepaper is garbage
b) site looks super low effort
c) team are completely anonymous and project isn't verifiably supported by Binance or comparative parent project.
d) the concept behind the project is really basic, really dumb, or even I can tell it won't work
e) if there is only talk about making money and nothing about technologies
f) if lots of people tell me to invest in a short period of time
g) if the tokenomics of the project is totally flawed
h) if the project has an unlimited token supply and no significant burning mechanisms
i) if I don't like the name of the project or if something completely unconnected was bothering me at the time I made the decision



Q3: Is there something unique about the project that actually provides unique value and that 95% of people will easily be able to see that value?

.if answer == "yes":

..return "add to shortlist number 3"

.else:

..return "burn me daddy"



Q4: Is the project giving investors and themselves too much free crypto or are the team premining their crypto excessively?

burn if yes immediately



Q5: Do I personally give a shit about what this project are doing?

.if answer == "yes":

..return "add bonus points"

.else:

..return "meh, I'll invest in anything that'll make me money... apart from Safemoon"


There's other things too but these are just core, basic principles to assess cryptos by that help to find projects that will survive longer than a month.

well thanks for the insight, will keep that in mind. Good luck with your current project and stay safe!
 
Q1: How much money do I expect to make from the investment by the end of the year and how much can I make week on week from staking.

.if expectedROI == "high":

..if weeklyYield == "high":

....return "add to shortlist"

..else:

...if expectedROI == "very high":

....return "add to shortlist"

...else:

....return "forget this crypto"

..else:

...return "forget this crypto"



Q2: Does the project look legit or not?

Burn the project if:

a) whitepaper is garbage
b) site looks super low effort
c) team are completely anonymous and project isn't verifiably supported by Binance or comparative parent project.
d) the concept behind the project is really basic, really dumb, or even I can tell it won't work
e) if there is only talk about making money and nothing about technologies
f) if lots of people tell me to invest in a short period of time
g) if the tokenomics of the project is totally flawed
h) if the project has an unlimited token supply and no significant burning mechanisms
i) if I don't like the name of the project or if something completely unconnected was bothering me at the time I made the decision



Q3: Is there something unique about the project that actually provides unique value and that 95% of people will easily be able to see that value?

.if answer == "yes":

..return "add to shortlist number 3"

.else:

..return "burn me daddy"



Q4: Is the project giving investors and themselves too much free crypto or are the team premining their crypto excessively?

burn if yes immediately



Q5: Do I personally give a shit about what this project are doing?

.if answer == "yes":

..return "add bonus points"

.else:

..return "meh, I'll invest in anything that'll make me money... apart from Safemoon"


There's other things too but these are just core, basic principles to assess cryptos by that help to find projects that will survive longer than a month.
Thanks alot.
How to Q2c?
 
Lol , like $0 . Not in crypto.

- You guys have to fucking realize the bullshit "Hodl, hold the line"... blablabla is all BS and of course by the ones cashing in on selling lol
- When you hear it is a great opportunity from 20x shills from a COIN you never heard before, doesn't it sound too good to be true?
- If it already spiked XXX-XXXX% what makes you think that will happen again? What makes you not think those were the pumpers who bought before all the gullible people?
- Now I am skeptical in general, but maybe read their whitepaper? Don't have one --> Scam
Or if it's just common sense BS --> No long term just a shit coin

etc...

Oh and, never buy peaks...(duh)
 
$SAFEMM is worth the gamble in my opinion, currently a market cap of 100k. Can't be much lower ;) and it just launched
 
Invest in what you believe in and hold your positions. As we've seen with many crypto, dips today can be massive gains months from now too so hold your positions. Bitcoin will always remain the model that what looks like crap today can turn into massive gains if you hold on long enough to realize the potential.

Everyone is going to have an opinion, so it's an individual call for every investor. Do your due diligence and make a decision that you can live with regardless of what you choose to do.
 
Imagine someone who invested $5000 at the peak and now its $250, i am pretty sure many people did. :D


if u make some calculation and take peak (0.00000933) and take the price when im writing this post(0.00000420)

and now if you make a little calculation there is no way your 5000 bucks became 250 bucks... if you have no idea you are talkin about theres no reason to tell some random things i guess #nohate
 
I didn't lose anything. I entered today, it is recovering again and did nice gains during a huge market dip.
Not the smartest coin to invest in but surely there might be another pump. I'm having around $400 in Safemoon, i know it may be $0, but with this hype you never know. My aim is that becoming $2000 and buying into ETH.
 
You are so funny guys while you criticized SafeMoon is again 32% up now and the whole crypto market is red

BTW: It was listed on gate.io a top 10 exchange
 
You are so funny guys while you criticized SafeMoon is again 32% up now and the whole crypto market is red

BTW: It was listed on gate.io a top 10 exchange
This is because i decided to jump in and i am a lucky person.
 
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