Don’t Be Left Out And Buy: Oryen Network (ORY), Cardano (ADA) And Polygon (MATIC)
When investing in crypto for the long haul, it’s a good idea to put most of your capital into layer-1 and layer-2 blockchains. This is because while many of the applications built on top of these blockchains are high risk, have relatively small userbases, and have lots of competition, projects such as Cardano (ADA) and Polygon (MATIC) are likely to be around for decades to come. The exception to this rule would be ICOs of projects that have the potential to achieve mass adoption, like Oryen Network (ORY). Let’s take a look at these assets and see what’s what.
Oryen Network (ORY) — 600x in 10 years, guaranteed
Oryen Network is a soon-to-launch DeFI token (ORY) that offers 90% APY. Typically these kinds of sounds-too-good-to-be-true returns should be avoided. However, the Oryen team has developed a contract that assures returns while supporting the token price. What happens is the circulating supply of the token grows along with the treasury. The treasury is funded by ORY buy and sell fees of 8% and 12%, respectively. To keep up the high returns and an appreciable token price, the platform uses a complex set of factors that take advantage of game theory and investment psychology.
While the 90% returns are nice, the best part about Oryen is that it’s super simple. All you have to do is buy and hold ORY tokens (with a Binance Smart Chain wallet), and you are automatically staked.
With an APY of 90%, in one year, 1 million ORY will balloon 1.9 million ORY. And with the magic of compounding, that will explode to 24 million ORY in five years and over 600 million ORY in 10 years. If the price of the token takes ten years to rise by 50% (going from the current $0.050 to $0.075), then a $10,000 investment in the ICO will be worth north of a million bucks.
ICO investors not only get ORY tokens at a discount, the earlier you get in, the more bonus tokens you’ll receive. You’ll also avoid the 8% tax. The launch date for Oryen Network is 30th December 2022.
Cardano (ADA) — a massive target market
Cardano has been a slow burn in terms of how quickly the project releases updates. Their philosophy is to not be in a rush and only to release peer-reviewed upgrades. However, with the Vasil fork upgrade, ADA transactions are now faster and cheaper than ever. While most blockchains seem to be focused on crypto-related use cases like DeFi, NFTs, and gaming/metaverse, Cardano is focused on some of the largest markets on the planet — government, education, healthcare, and such. Like a rocket that moves slowly at first, Cardano is bound to quickly reach escape velocity and head for the moon.
Polygon (MATIC) — faster and cheaper
Having recently become 100% EVM compatible, Polygon offers all of the security and utility of Ethereum without the high gas fees and slow transaction times. An example of this benefit is the industry leading Uniswap DEX (with more than half of all DeFi volume), which now runs on Ethereum and Polygon. By offering lower transaction fees, Uniswap on Polygon clearly offers a better value proposition than Uniswap on Ethereum. With a top-notch dev team, Polygon is destined for greatness.
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