A developing trend observable on crypto Twitter is the search for micro-cap gems. Alternative layer one projects dominated the 2021 bull run, and established traders are now looking for the 100X.
This trend rests on the thesis that further expansion becomes increasingly tricky once a token grows to a certain size. This pattern of behavior can be observed in traditional markets with high-growth stocks plateauing and becoming slow growers. This article examines three protocols that continue to crop up most often: Oryen Network (ORY), Ravencoin (RVN), and Rocketpool (RPL).
Oryen Network (ORY)
Oryen leads this list, and the reason is simple. This reserve currency protocol pays out the highest stable returns in crypto, and several notable figures have touted this to be a bear market gem. Oryen delivers a fixed rate of 90% APY to all investors thanks to the power of compound interest.
Oryen’s developers created what they refer to as the Oryen Autostaking Technic (OAT) system, which blends sophisticated mathematics, psychology & game theory, and smart contracts into a powerful economic engine. As the name implies, smart contracts govern the staking process for ORY holders, and staking takes place as soon as investors purchase. Additionally, with hourly positive rebases, smart contracts auto-compound investors’ yields multiple times daily, leading to this incredible APY. As Oryen’s ecosystem grows and the crypto community brings this relatively unknown project further into the spotlight, the valuation of ORY is expected to skyrocket.
Ravencoin is a blockchain protocol that focuses on token issuance. It enables participants to mint tokens on the network and set their parameters. Investors can mint a token that tracks the price of a real-world asset or even mint a token that grants access to a special event. This utility application and ease of use for token creation have caused Ravencoin to attract lots of attention within the crypto community and powered its rise through the rankings.
Rocket Pool (RPL)
Rocket Pool is a decentralized Ethereum 2.0 staking pool. David Rugendyke founded this protocol in 2016, and it was one of the earlier movers in the race to attract ETH 2.0 staking liquidity. The fundamental aim of Rocket Pool is to contribute to a more decentralized and secure Ethereum network. And it does this both reducing both the capital and hardware requirements for ETH 2.0 staking by allowing trustless staking from a network of node operators. Instead of 32 ETH, Rocket Pool enables users to run a node with just 16 ETH and rewards those that do with RPL tokens.
All three projects address different market verticals, and all possess incredible potential. However, the growth of the Synethetix protocol has dulled interest in Ravencoin, and Lido’s enormous growth has sucked liquidity from Rocket Pool. For those reasons, the true micro-cap gem has to be Oryen.
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