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Make millions with Terra (LUNA), Fantom (FTM), and Seesaw Protocol (SSW)

By Guardian Nigeria
16 February 2022   |   10:30 am
The massive number of cryptocurrencies being released complicates the process of identifying potential returns. However, historical data indicates that investing in new and upcoming future-oriented projects is the most profitable strategy.

The massive number of cryptocurrencies being released complicates the process of identifying potential returns. However, historical data indicates that investing in new and upcoming future-oriented projects is the most profitable strategy.

Fantom (FTX), Terra (LUNA), and Seesaw Protocol (SSW) may provide investors with a higher rate of return than Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) (ETH). This is because “large cap” cryptocurrencies have already seen massive price increases and established themselves, making additional increases improbable. Smaller cryptos, on the other hand, have more room to grow, and as Shiba Inu (SHIB) and Dogecoin (DOGE) demonstrated last year, these smaller coins can increase in value thousands fold in a matter of months.

These are the most promising “small-cap” cryptocurrencies for the year 2022.

Terra (LUNA)

Terra is one of the most rapidly growing ecosystems in cryptocurrency at the moment in terms of DeFi, NFT markets, and Web 3, resulting in a recent dramatic price increase.

Luna’s price recently fell to as low as $38.66 before quickly rebounding to surpass the $100 mark.

Terra shareholders will have to keep a close eye on LUNA’s progress. If the token continues to grow at a positive rate, it has a chance to surpass other rapidly growing cryptocurrencies like Avalanche (AVAX) and Polkadot (DOT) – both of which made substantial gains last year. 

 

Fantom (FTM)

At the moment, Fantom is following a similar pattern to that of other layer-1 projects. Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) have seen a meteoric rise in price in the short term but this has led to high gas fees and slow transaction times. Fantom’s (FTM) transaction fees are significantly lower and transaction speeds are significantly faster than those of Ethereum or Bitcoin.

Fantom is also growing steadily in the number DeFi projects on the blockchain. Certain developers are opting for less expensive networks to host their solutions. This is demonstrated by the impressive increase in Fantom’s Total Value Locked (TVL) over a relatively short period of time.

Seesaw Protocol (SSW)

Seesaw Protocol has seen unbelievable gains in just the first 3 weeks of its presale, surging over 1000%, meaning that if you invested just $150 a week ago you would now have $1500. However, this only the first stage of the presale and there are two more stages to come before launch, meaning there is still time to get in and make incredible gains. If SSW continues to grow at its current pace, it may go 3000-4000% before launch in April.

 

SSW Price according to<a href="https://seesawprotocol.io"> https://seesawprotocol.io</a>

Seesaw Protocol will act as a connector between multiple blockchains or ecosystems, enabling holders to send and receive value between them. By facilitating transactions between Binance (BNB), Polygon (MATIC), and Ethereum’s (ETH) Smart Chain, SSW enables more affordable and faster transactions to holders by utilising the most efficient blockchain at the optimal time (depending on congestion) to find the quickest and cheapest transaction.

Due to the fact that holders are not permitted to sell during the presale, the price can only increase until launch.

In a year where cryptocurrencies are advancing at a breakneck pace, investing early can result in massive profits on a relatively small initial investment. In 2022, Seesaw Protocol and Fantom have the best chance of exponential growth.

For More on Seesaw Protocol:

Presale: https://presale.seesawprotocol.io/register 

Website: https://seesawprotocol.io/ 
Telegram: https://t.me/SEESAWPROTOCOL 
Twitterhttps://twitter.com/SEESAWPROTOCOL 
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seesaw.protocol

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