Everyone investing in crypto is in it to gain life-changing profits. But given how thousands upon thousands of coins are launched literally every day, finding the right one that ticks all the boxes as Ethereum (ETH) and Cardano (ADA) once did many years ago.
No one can predict the future – but we can identify the tell-tale signs of cryptos that have the potential to skyrocket in value in the future by looking at certain features. In our opinion, Flasko ticks all the boxes – which we firmly believe can be the next big thing in the crypto scene moving forward.
Ethereum (ETH): post-Merge hype fizzles out
Ethereum (ETH) hardly needs any introduction considering its status as the second-leading cryptocurrency by market capitalization, trailing only Bitcoin (BTC). The smart contract platform generated plenty of buzz behind the “Merge,” which would see Ethereum (ETH) move from a proof-of-work to a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism, generating speculation and a slight increase in price for Ethereum (ETH) tokens.
However, post-Merge, it seems like this was another case of buying the rumor and selling the news. Ethereum (ETH) momentum has slowed down, as evidenced by its price reduction to $991 last June. Clearly, there are much better cryptocurrencies with far greater growth potential than Ethereum (ETH) out there.
Cardano (ADA): Vasil upgrade fails to generate tangible gains
Cardano (ADA) was once the third-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, much to the delight of investors who bought into Cardano (ADA) at presale or very early in its lifecycle. Cardano (ADA) made massive gains as it hit an all-time high of $3 per Cardano (ADA) token at the height of last year’s crypto bull run.
Similar to Ethereum (ETH), Cardano (ADA) was expected to buoy its token prices at the heels of its Vasil network upgrade. The network upgrade was meant to promote more developmental activity in the Cardano (ADA) ecosystem – but to date, there’s little to show for as far as Cardano (ADA) token prices are concerned, which are trading at $0.36. It would take tens of billions in investment to see Cardano (ADA) come anywhere close to its ATH levels.
Flasko (FLSK): set up to succeed and skyrocket in 2023 and beyond
Flasko, an alternative investments protocol seeking to bring rare wines, whiskeys, and champagnes investing to an entirely new audiences, has announced the launch of its presale – to the delight of investors long wanting to enter the lucrative sector. Flasko is combining NFT technology and applying them to the trillion-dollar rare wines, whiskeys, and champagnes industry.
Flasko is seeking to build the first alternative-investment platform allowing users to buy fractionalized NFTs backed by real bottles of rare, luxury wines, whiskeys, and champagne stored at its world-class facilities. Moreover, Flasko isn’t just mere magic internet money – Flasko users can choose to redeem their NFTs and have the bottles that they represent delivered anywhere they wish.
Over 10,000 individuals have lined up to participate at the presale event of the year as Flasko shows its long-term viability. Flasko does this by locking dev team token allocations for the next three years, and locking up platform liquidity for the next 33 years. Additionally, Flasko has passed a full audit from German audit firm Solid Proof.
We believe the Flasko presale presents an excellent opportunity – especially with prices at just $0.077, it could easily see the region of $1.80 – $2.20 by early 2023.
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