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Staking More PALcoin

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preparedwombat
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2 months ago2 min read

I’ve not yet made the break as much as @oldtimer who is now doing all of his upvoting for palnet-tagged posts, but I do find myself more and more being drawn to #palnet and lately have been doing something like 70% of my voting there. Not all though, because there are a variety of accounts that I like to upvote at least sporadically who have not (yet) started #palnet posting.

I’m a big believer in building one’s Steem Power. I recently (barely) broke into the top 1,000 holders of Steem Power

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but there’s a good chance I won’t stay in the top thousand for long. In large part because buying PAL instead of Steem seems like a better move right now.

So today I nibbled a bit more, buying up dribs and drabs once my 0.025 Bitcoin transaction finally (it took just under five hours) went through, using about three-quarters of the Steem I got and converted to STEEMP at Steem-Engine.com to buy some PALcoin:

Start of the day:

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Nibble, munch, nibble, munch, nibble, nibble, munch:

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Altogether, I picked up 1,124 PAL and, after staking it:

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@exyle, @taskmaster4450, @tarazkp and others have noted that, over time, Steem will likely become harder and harder to obtain. For what it’s worth, I think the same may well be the future of PALcoin. Why not acquire some now, when it’s still relatively easy to do so? No time to lose.

Disclaimer: This should not be construed as financial advice. I am not a registered financial advisor; I don’t even play one on TV. Do your own due diligence. Batteries not included. Objects may be larger than they appear in mirror. Some assembly required. Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball.

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