NFT Twitter Language Guide
Decoding what's really being said on NFT Twitter is like the culture shock you get arriving in a foreign country.
This NFT Twitter Language Guide will help you understand what's being said.
Bearish - Future negative expectations for the person, project or NFT news.
Bullish - Future positive expectations for the person, project or NFT news.
Buy low, sell high - A phrase that means this NFT is trade-able.
Diamond hands - A person holding an NFT regardless of price flucutations up or down.
Degen - A degenerate who has fully assimilated to NFT world. Someone who thinks in eth not USD... see mintable opportunities in every photo and prefers Discord chat to sleep and even food.
Floor - The price where purchase resistance is currently found. ie: The floor is 0.20 eth means you're NFT is unlikely to sell at 0.20 eth or above.
FOMO - Fear of missing out. Also a disclaimer a person uses to explain a purchase after the fact when little research was conducted.
GMI - Gonna make it. The person is likely to be successful in the NFT world.
HODL - Hold on for Deal Life. A reference to Game of Thrones where one character holds evil forces at bay for as long as possible, meaning hold your NFT as long as you can.
NGMI - Not gonna make it. This person is unlikely to be successful in the NFT world.
NFTs are not dead - A event or insight that reinforces that NFT's have a healthy future.
Paper Hands - A person who will sell an NFT because of price flucutations up or down.
To the moon - A long upward trajectory for a NFT project or a person.
WAGMI - We are all gonna make it. All of us are likely to be successful in the NFT world.
Thanks to Lana Denina for inspiring this NFT Twitter acronym list.
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