Quant (QNT) and Bitcoin (BTC) See Traction but Behind Tradecurve (TCRV) in Growth Rate

May 16th, 2023 at 12:00 pm UTC · 3 min read

Quant (QNT) and Bitcoin (BTC) See Traction but Behind Tradecurve (TCRV) in Growth Rate
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The first few weeks of Tradecurve’s presale have proved that it is set to become one of the most profitable, and biggest projects in crypto history. It is set to overtake titans like Bitcoin (BTC) and Quant (QNT). Read on to know more about the project, and why you should not let this opportunity slip out of your hand.

Reports Indicate Quant’s (QNT) Involvement in Rosalind Project

As the adoption of Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) is increasing, the demand for interconnectivity has also surged, and Quant (QNT) has emerged as a prime beneficiary. Recently, a report revealed that the Quant (QNT) network is involved in project Rosalind, which is a CBDC project being jointly developed by the Bank of England and the BIS. According to experts, this development can open many new markets for Quant (QNT), as BIS has tie-ups with more than 60 countries. Quant’s involvement in the CBDC development can cause a surge in the demand for QNT tokens as well. However, in the immediate term, the report has not been able to push the market price of Quant (QNT) in an upward direction. Quant (QNT) is 9% down on the monthly price chart. Currently, Quant (QNT) is trading at $106.47.

BTC-20 Tokens Cause Congestion on Bitcoin (BTC)

Bitcoin (BTC) has suffered a massive blow in the past week, losing more than 20% of its value in a matter of days. It has caused the market value of Bitcoin (BTC) to drop to the lowest level since January 2023. Currently, Bitcoin (BTC) is available to trade at $26,817.23, which is 13% down on the monthly price chart. The primary reasons behind the latest fall of Bitcoin (BTC) are network congestion, and a surge in transaction fees. As per the data from Bitinfocharts, Bitcoin’s (BTC) average transaction fees spiked to $62 on May 7, the highest since April 2021. According to experts, the launch of BRC-20 tokens, following the launch of the Ordinals protocol, has caused unprecedented network congestion on the Bitcoin (BTC) network. Besides, Binance’s temporary suspension of BTC withdrawals also triggered a market-wide sell-off in Bitcoin tokens, causing a further decline in its price.

Tradecurve (TCRV) Registers Huge Presale Volume

Tradecurve is a hybrid exchange that has combined traditional derivatives and cryptocurrencies on a single platform. It allows the trading of a variety of assets, like cryptocurrencies, options, commodities, stocks,  Forex, ETFs and indicies.

On this cross-chain platform, users can trade all the assets with a single account, without going through the KYC verification process. Thus, it makes the platform more secure and privacy-focused than other exchanges like Coinbase, OKB, and Robin Hood App, which demand users’ private details.

The native utility token of Tradecurve is $TCRV, this token powers the entire Tradecurve ecosystem and provide holders with a multitude of benefits including; automated trading, copy trading, access to trading academies via the metaverse, staking to generate a passive income, VIP account status, lower subscription and trading fees.

Tradecurve’s native utility token $TCRV has also been audited by Cyber Scope, whilst a team KYC was carried out by AssureDeFi further providing security and transparency to investors.

Tradecurve’s presale is currently in phase two after phase sold out in a phenomenal 6 days, over 30 million $TCRV tokens have already been sold. The price of a token is currently $0.012. Early investors can expect 50x profit during the presale phase, and 100x return upon listing on Uniswap.

For more information regarding Tradecurve see links: WebsitePresaleTwitterTelegram.

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