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Green Machine

@greenmachine

Assets Copying Strategy

€20,428

No. of copiers

31

Green Machine Strategy Performance

Data Disclosure
From
Nov 23, 2023
To
Nov 30, 2023

About this Strategy

The goal of this strategy is to outperform Bitcoin. In the long run, it goes without saying that also means profiting in fiat terms too.

Structure

Bitcoin5.00%
Ripple5.00%
Ethereum5.00%
Tether5.00%
See structure

Structure changes

Last structure change
Nov 25, 2023, 10:05:00 AM
Number of structure change in the last 30 days
1
Performance
1D
7D
1M
3M
6M
1Y
All
Return
+1.32%
+1.79%
+17.40%
+45.09%
+17.37%
+45.15%
+273.98%
Volatility
N/A
2.79%
2.94%
2.33%
2.35%
2.60%
4.29%
Max. Drawdown
N/A
-5.76%
-11.75%
-11.75%
-25.32%
-36.49%
-83.61%
Green Machine
28 Mar, 2023

General update on things as it's been a couple of months since last post. I see no reason to change weights at the minute so right now the portfolio is set to auto-rebalance monthly.


With the US eager to shut down anything remotely connected to crypto, it's only serving to fuel and accelerate interest and adoption in DeFi. Arbitrum airdrop has helped too and with zkSync Era mainnet launch the whole space feels like it's heating up again. It's also worth noting we're only a year out from the next Bitcoin halving so that too will be of comfort to bulls and help to re-emphasize to the world the fact that supply only goes down unlike the fiat currencies the bears flock to.


In April, Ethereum will experience a token unlock with the Shanghai hard fork and naturally you'd expect some selling to occur. How much is anyone's guess but there is a danger it could be front-run, triggering people who are receiving their unlocked ETH to panic sell further. I'll be keeping a close eye on ETH movements and if I feel there's some front-running likely to happen, I won't hesitate to go all stables or all BTC with a view to getting back in to alts when the dust settles.

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Green Machine
25 Jan, 2023

It's been over 3 months since last rebalance and the big gainer has been $FTM, up 97%. $BTC and $ETH are both up about 20% since last rebalance and everything else is mostly green too apart from $RSR (down 31%). Keeping everything as it was but adding a 2% $LDO position and taking it from $RSR. 2022 was a terrible year for crypto and towards the end of the year I believe we saw a lot of people crystalizing losses which kept everything suppressed. We're off to a better start in 2023 and the major thing to watch out for this year will be ETH's Shanghai update due in March which will free up a lot of currently locked ETH. Towards the end of the year, I'd also expect hype to be building as usual for BTC's halving event due in May 2024.

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Green Machine
20 Oct, 2022

Been a couple of months since last rebalance just before ETH merge. Unfortunately almost everything is down since then by about 20%. However, with inflation out of control and monetary policy everywhere being tested, it's all helping to promote crypto and the concepts of deflation, fixed supply, public ledgers etc. Rebalancing now with no changes in assets but shuffling weights around so that $BTC is largest holding followed by $ETH and $ATOM. The logic for that is that historically, BTC leads the charge out of a bear market and against ETH on long term monthly charts, it's looking like it's due a run upwards.

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Green Machine
11 Aug, 2022

Making ETH the largest holding at 30%. As we build up to the merge (supposed to be happening next month) I predict demand for it will only continue to grow in anticipation of a hard fork and the 'free money' that may come with it. Several exchanges are supporting or will support ETHPOW futures and it's likely there'll be strong demand for ETH and a lot of volume next month as a result of that plus the possibility of there being some liquidity for major POW ERC20 tokens.

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Green Machine
18 Jul, 2022

It's been a couple of months since last rebalance and it looks like we've found a bottom (hopefully) with BTC struggling to break below the last cycle's ATH of about $18k. Everything green over the weekend and news of a rough ETH merge date in a couple of months time has pumped ETH. Lowering BTC from 44% to 30%, allocating the difference mainly to ETH and minor changes on the rest including adding a small CRV position and removing ANKR.

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