The Graph (GRT) and Uniswap (UNI) Decline In Value While Collateral Network (COLT) Presale Leaps Forward

March 30, 2023
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Some of the most well-established cryptocurrencies, such as The Graph (GRT) and Uniswap (UNI), are in a downward trend regarding their value. While some altcoins have begun decreasing in value, other projects are shining regarding appeal and value.

One such project is Collateral Network (COLT). The project is currently undergoing Stage 1 of its presale.

The COLT token is forecasted to have high-growth potential and can increase 35x in price during the presale. Today, we will analyze these projects to see how Collateral Network (COLT) stacks up against the competition.


Collateral Network (COLT) 

Collateral Network (COLT) is one of the latest projects to enter the Web3 space, which is primed for success as it enables a Peer-to-Peer decentralized crowdlending platform that can provide a lot of value to each user.

Let's assume that someone is in a position where they require capital, but lack the credit for a loan. This individual might have an asset worth a hefty sum of money. This can be a collectible, such as a rare gold coin, a watch, or a graded vintage book or a luxury car.

If they utilized Collateral Network (COLT), they could use it as collateral and borrow against the asset. The asset would then be minted as an NFT and fractionalized to facilitate crowdlending. Groups of lenders on Collateral Network (COLT) can fund the loan by providing their capital via the fractionalized NFT, thereby earning a fixed rate of interest.

All of this is powered by the COLT token. COLT gives users access to numerous benefits, such as discounts, staking bonuses, governance rights and even access to exclusive investors groups.

The COLT token is trading at $0.01, and experts predict that it can reach $0.35 or increase by 3500% in the coming months..

With all these aspects in mind, Collateral Network (COLT) represents a solid cryptocurrency for asset diversification in 2023.


The Graph (GRT) 

The Graph (GRT) team recently announced that users could pay their query fee balance using a debit or credit card by implementing the Banxa FIAT onramp solution. This improved accessibility for The Graph (GRT) could translate to more positive price action. 

Despite the overall appeal of this announcement, The Graph (GRT) was trading at $0.1387 on March 27, 2023. Over the last 24 hours, The Graph (GRT) dipped by 0.66%, and in the last week, The Graph (GRT) saw a decrease in value of 9.94%. 

This value is far from its all-time high of $2.84 on February 21, 2021. Technical indicators put The Graph (GRT) in the red zone, where worries arise that it might decrease under the $0.1 price point. This outlook makes investors and traders look elsewhere instead of The Graph (GRT) for high-growth altcoins.

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Uniswap (UNI)

Uniswap (UNI)’s team made an announcement surrounding the v1.2 update of the application, where they implemented a light and dark mode toggle on the mobile wallet.

This minimal change did not spark much interest in Uniswap (UNI), as it was trading at $5.76 as of March 27, 2023. In the last week, Uniswap (UNI) dipped by 10.66%; throughout the past 24 hours, and as well as this Uniswap (UNI) saw a decrease of an additional 0.47%.

Uniswap (UNI)'s all-time high was on May 3, 2021, at $44.92, meaning its currently trading 87.15% under that point of value.

Technical indicators seem bearish for Uniswap (UNI), which might dip under $5. In its current condition, Uniswap (UNI) carries a high level of risk.

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