Place/Date: - March 14th, 2023 at 5:17 am UTC · 3 min read
Source: TMS Network
While the CEO of Polygon (MATIC) is highly optimistic about the future of Ethereum as the best Layer 1 blockchain network, Chainlink (LINK) makes an excellent business decision to collaborate with StarkNet to enhance its services. On the other hand, TMS Network (TMSN) continues its success streak as a formidably innovative and affordable decentralised trading platform. The company is now in the second presale stage (50% of presale stage 2 has been completed) and the new price per token is $0.032.
There’s no question online trading has surpassed expectations in terms of volume in the past couple of years. And there are now an exponential number of trading platforms traders seek to optimise their digital and traditional assets. However, the problems associated with centralised trading exchanges are beginning to cause issues. They’re expensive, unsecured, and offer little transparency. This is what primarily TMS Network (TMSN) aims to change: and has successfully done so.
The blockchain-powered decentralised platform provides a user-friendly interface coupled with innovative trading features and strategies aimed at helping traders maximise their ROI. Plus, TMS Network (TMSN) is the world’s first affordable platform that offers both digital and traditional trading assets. It is a one-stop solution.
On top of that, TMS Network has raised $2 million in a private seed sale via an incubator fund.
In an attempt to help maximise and expand Ethereum’s already prominent global reach, the company launched Polygon (MATIC) as a supplementary blockchain network and token. Polygon users can easily perform transactions using (MATIC) on the Ethereum blockchain along with being involved in Polygon governance, voting, and staking.
In recent news, Sandeep Nailwal, (CEO of Polygon), accurately forecasted that Ethereum will be right at the front of the pack in terms of being the captain of smart contract protocol. The Polygon (MATIC) CEO rightly suggested that Ethereum is going to dominate popular competitors such as Aptos and Solana.
Chainlink (LINK) is doing phenomenally well compared to 2022. As of now, Chainlink has started to further optimise its services as the go-to blockchain for implementing and transferring off-chain data and converting it into smart contracts. Chainlink has become a fully decentralised blockchain oracle that provides quick, seamless, and highly secure data transference with virtually any blockchain.
Moreover, recently, Chainlink also announced that the company would be forming a strategic partnership with StarkNet (a layer 2 scaling service). Chainlink states this collaboration will be instrumental in helping the company become a leader in developing decentralised applications. As a result of this announcement, the price of Chainlink (LINK) also experienced a slight surge.
While Polygon (MATIC) and Chainlink (LINK) are on a pretty strong path to becoming powerful names in the crypto industry, TMS Network (TMSN) is solidifying itself as one of the most sought-after and globally embraced decentralised trading platforms.
For more information on TMS Network (TMSN) please see the links: Presale, Website, Telegram, Twitter.
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