Uniglo (GLO) beats volatile markets with 30% price gain over Nexo (NEXO) and 1inch Network (1INCH)
Uniglo (GLO) was one of the best performing assets last month, despite market volatility. The price of GLO has increased by 35% compared to Nexo (NEXO) and 1inch Network (1INCH).
The stability and reliability of the protocol depends on the openness of Uniglo, which is one of the main factors contributing to its popularity as an alternative investment.
The utility of the GLO token gives it strength. Uniglo presents a new method of wealth management. To maintain the value of GLO, it uses a special vault to hold a mix of NFTs, digital assets, and physical assets. Due to the DAO structure, the community will share Uniglo’s vault assets. Without consultation with the community, Uniglo will not make any choices throughout the development process. A practical use case of the token is its use on the platform.
Crypto experts say other DeFi titans will be forced to innovate by Uniglo’s ultra-burn mechanism, which aims to buy back GLO tokens from the market and permanently remove them from circulation. GLO’s value could increase as a result of this procedure, which will lead to a decrease in its supply in the market. This suggests that long-term wealth creation will benefit early adopters of Uniglo.io.
The Uniglo team is also actively involved in the community and is always available to help users and answer their questions. One of the most crucial elements of a project’s success is its community, and Uniglo seems to have a very strong one.
These elements have helped Uniglo succeed over the past month, and we believe the project will follow in the future.
Nexo (NEXO) and 1inch Network (1INCH) down 7% and 25%, respectively
The cryptocurrency market endured a tough few days, with some major tokens losing value. The selloff in both projects appears to be part of a broader selloff in the cryptocurrency market, which has recently seen several significant tokens lose value.
Best known for its crypto lending, Nexo has seen its token lose 7% of its value in the past 7 days.
To better understand price volatility, you have to look at how they work.
A blockchain-based lending company called Nexo offers customers fast loans secured by cryptocurrencies. For fiat currency or stablecoin lending, users must deposit an accepted token, such as Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), or XRP (XRP), as collateral.
When locked into the network, Nexo’s native token, NEXO, offers users benefits including lower lending interest rates and the ability to earn interest payments on deposited money. Additionally, dividends from Nexo’s earnings are paid out to token holders.
Last week, the price of the Nexo cryptocurrency fell by 7%. Nexo could be on the wrong side of the deal as traders continue to discuss the impending Ethereum merger.
The initial protocol of the 1 inch network is a decentralized exchange aggregation solution, which offers consumers better prices than any single exchange by searching for offers among many sources of liquidity. The 1-inch aggregation protocol uses the Pathfinder method to compare over 240 sources of liquidity across Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, Avalanche, Optimistic Ethereum, Arbitrum, Fantom, and Gnosis Chain to discover optimal paths.
The 1-inch DEX aggregator crossed $150 billion in total volume on the Ethereum network alone and attracted 1 million users in just over two years.
1inch Network, a decentralized exchange aggregator, did even worse, losing 25% of its value in the past 30 days.
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