While Cardano (ADA) appears to be consolidating and establishing substantial support levels, Litecoin (LTC) and Tradecurve (TCRV) have been rewarding their holders with considerable returns. Notably, Tradecurve has jumped 20% during the presale phase, with analysts predicting more gains in the near future. Let's look closer at these three cryptos and see how their performance has been so far.
Tradecurve is a new trading platform that combines the benefits of decentralized and centralized exchanges, resulting in a secure place for users to trade cryptocurrencies, stocks, commodities, and forex, under one account (that doesn't require KYC).
Trading on the Tradecurve platform is a simple two-step process – users only need to set up an account using their email and then make a deposit with their selected cryptocurrency. Once these steps are completed, users have unrestricted trading access while being in full control of their funds.
The Tradecurve platform has numerous enticing attributes and functionalities that have been turning heads in the investment community. These features range from algorithmic trading, exemption from KYC procedures, VIP account amenities, unique deposit incentives, level-up rewards, and the ability to generate passive income by staking tokens.
The native token of Tradecurve, TCRV, is trading for $0.012 in the second presale stage. Remarkably, the token is anticipated to yield a 50x increase in the presale stage itself, which is why millions of tokens are being bought each day. The growth trajectory doesn't stop there – post-launch, analysts project TCRV to surge to the $1.00 level as Tradecurve makes waves in the trillion-dollar trading industry.
Cardano (ADA) aims to become the number one smart contract platform by providing a scalable decentralized infrastructure for developers to build applications on. Cardano (ADA) was created by Charles Hoskinson, Ethereum co-founder, who didn't like how Ethereum was unable to meet the high demands of the crypto industry. With such a notable founder, Cardano (ADA) surged into the top 10 cryptos within two years of launch.
However, Cardano (ADA)'s price hasn't fared well since the launch of smart contracts in 2021. In fact, this event marked the all-time Cardano (ADA) price of $3.09. The good news is that Cardano (ADA) appears to have turned a corner and is now winning back support on a weekly basis.
Cardano (ADA) was priced at just $0.23 in January 2023 but has since broke above a number of resistances to reach a current price of $0.36. Analysts now expect Cardano (ADA) to range between $0.30 and $0.42 until the crypto market finds new momentum.
Litecoin (LTC) is one of the oldest cryptocurrencies on the market, but that doesn't mean that Litecoin (LTC) isn't a good investment. In fact, Litecoin (LTC) has grown by over 30% in the last few months and is currently priced at $86.27.
This move stems from the buildup of the Litecoin (LTC) halving event, which is expected to take place sometime in August 2023. This event will see the block rewards for Litecoin (LTC) miners cut by 50%, which will reduce market supply over time and could lead to a positive Litecoin (LTC) price surge.
Analysts expect Litecoin (LTC) holders will continue to benefit from its strong fundamentals and intrinsic value in the months ahead. They also highlight that as other projects move towards proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus models, the Litecoin (LTC) project is well-positioned to benefit due to its PoW mining model that remains highly secure.
For more information about TCRV presale tokens:
Buy presale: https://app.tradecurve.io/sign-up
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