There are so many ways a crypto project can increase its token’s value

It sounds obvious, but any given crypto project can have its token’s value affected by many factors like token supply and demand, third party tokens, services, hype, use case, developments, regulations…

Therefore, projects are eager to try solutions to add more value to their tokens such as giving them utilities to increase demand, getting their tokens listed on more exchanges, improving governance and regulations.

These networks can take advantage of DAFI as they create synthetics pegged to different decentralized networks, every blockchain and cryptocurrency can create a dToken flavor to reward their early users while enhancing scarcity when demand is low.

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13 thoughts on “There are so many ways a crypto project can increase its token’s value”

  1. Ofc. There is ponzi, token buyback, false promises, unsustainable APY, hype generation and so much more. And there is this method of actually doing something useful which is kinda sux.

  2. Soon AngelBlock will launch launchpad. And it will be more than a “launchpad”. All these “launchpads” and “starters” have perhaps 20% of our entire platform functionality (and tend to come and go based on market cycles)
    AngelBlock seeks to build a space that’s safe for both investors and entrepreneurs. Building startups is always rather risky, and therefore having access to verified parties from both sides of the aisle can be a gamechanger

  3. Mostly everyone is guided by the percentage they can get when locking their assets. I think sustainability is what we should check before we get into it. A synthetic token system could definitely help a lot with that.

  4. That’s why you should totally ignore Bitcoin and buy none other than……. SHITCOIN!!!!! BEST PONZINOMICS AROUND!!!

  5. I’m super staking Dafi on Ethereum for a while now. I took a while to understand how Super Staking really works. Rewards are pegged to network demand and this is completely different from algorithmic stablecoins like the former UST.


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