Coinbase has officially launched Base, marking the first time a public company has launched a blockchain, and as crypto markets heat up, analysts look to Quant (QNT) and Tradecurve Markets (TCRV) to become top performers. The vast infrastructural push across the space has opened the possibilities for the next wave of dApps. Now the question is which protocol will most effectively utilize this impressive tech stack.
Quant and Tradecurve Markets are two of the most likely contenders, but when it comes to Quant vs. Tradecurve Markets, which will come out ahead in the race to unlock the potential of interoperability?
Tradecurve Markets (TCRV) Asset Class Interoperability?
Tradecurve Markets will deliver a service that DeFi’s markets have been waiting years for- interoperability across asset classes. Thanks to its hybrid-infrastructure model, robust blockchain fundamentals, and innovation-focused team, Tradecurve Markets will integrate numerous asset classes for traders.
Turning the traditional pairings model on its head, Tradecurve Markets pioneers the crypto-to-derivatives pairing model instead of the typical crypto-to-crypto pairings model. This means traders can collateralize crypto and trade bonds, equities, commodities, forex, and more.
The protocol has streamlined the process bringing various financial instruments, including options, derivatives, and even OTCs, under one roof. Traders can jump between markets from Tradecurve Markets, and this fluid trading experience cannot be matched.
Analysts predict a 5,000% surge for the native token $TCRV and point to the impressive presale raise, which has already crossed $4 million. The operating thesis for analysts is that Tradecurve Markets’ integration of TradFi primary assets alongside the ability to trade these anonymously on-chain, will lead the protocol to become a dominant DeFi trading hub within the next six months.
Understanding the difference in trading volume between TradFi and DeFi also points to the future potential of Tradecurve Markets’ dominance, with turnover in forex markets reaching $7.5 trillion daily in April 2022. As Tradecurve Markets brings this enormous volume on-chain, it is expected to stand shoulder to shoulder with even the largest crypto-native trading platforms such as Binance and Coinbase.
Looking to onboard 100,000 users within three months of operation and provide deep financial access across markets, $TCRV has to be one the best altcoins to invest in currently. Its upside massively outweighs that offered by $QNT.
Quant (QNT) Overledger & Interoperability
Quant’s flagship product, the Overledger system, allows interoperability between blockchains. It is an API gateway, and this blockchain-agnostic tech provides communication between isolated blockchains and, excitingly, given its plug-and-play model, even the interoperability between different types of blockchains. Could Quant provide the solution to bridge permissioned and permissionless chains, aka DeFi and TradFi?
Theoretically yes, but Quant faces mounting competition from other interoperability protocols such as Chainlink and LayerZero. The interoperability problem plaguing crypto has attracted vast research and capital, and it remains uncertain whether Quant will become the market leader.
The native token $QNT must be purchased by any entity that wants to access Quant services, and this recurring buy pressure has led to an extended rally. Price predictions from analysts forecast an impressive range between $171.44 and $203.28 in 2024 for $QNT.
For more information about the Tradecurve Markets (TCRV) presale:
Buy presale: https://app.tradecurvemarkets.com/sign-up
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