Unlocking Passive Profits: Spotlight on EOS, ETC, $RBLZ
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- Can EOS eventually live up to the hype after its $4.1 billion ICO?
- Ethereum Classic proves to be a simpler, cheaper investment to Ethereum
- Rebel Satoshi embraces meme culture, rebellion, and financial rewards
Often, the best cryptos to buy are the less talked-about names like EOS (EOS) and Ethereum Classic (ETC). While they boast years of longevity, each must improve relevance in digital currencies.
Another name worth highlighting is the brand-new meme token, Rebel Satoshi ($RBLZ), embodying defiant and unity themes in a fun-filled, rewarding environment. Here, we’ll review these projects to understand their potential, starting with EOS.
Can EOS Finally Reach Full Potential Post $4.1 Billion ICO?
Despite raising the most funds ($4.1 billion) in blockchain ICO history in 2018, EOS has yet to live up to the hype. Projects like Cardano and Solana have emerged since, beating EOS in technical superiority and popularity.
EOS is ranked 58th in the list of top altcoins (according to CoinMarketCap). This re-emphasizes the fierce competition in smart contracts and decentralized apps. Another challenge is the lack of media coverage. Furthermore, EOS has dealt with legal battles around ownership and faces centralization concerns.
But, on the plus side, EOS is a technically excellent blockchain and remains one of the most carbon-neutral. Yet, it has massive work to complete before being more relevant. Fortunately, most forecasts indicate higher prices for EOS. From its current value of $0.68, EOS could reach minimum targets of $1 and $2 for 2024 and 2025, respectively.
Ethereum Classic: A Simpler, Cheaper Ethereum Investment Alternative
The backstory of Ethereum Classic is an intriguing one, forming after the infamous 2016 DAO hack. Ethereum Classic is the original Ethereum network, giving the project credibility as a blockchain that abides by ‘code is law.’
Despite this, Ethereum Classic is miles behind the rebranded Ethereum in developer activity, usage, and trading volume. Also, Ethereum Classic has mostly stayed the same in technical abilities, while Ethereum has excelled. Conversely, it makes the former a lot simpler to understand compared to its complex counterpart.
Another advantage over Ethereum is that Ethereum Classic boasts a limited supply. Finally, it’s much cheaper, trading for $18. Reasonable forecasts expect ETC to be worth at least $20 by 2024 and $40 by 2025, assuming bullish conditions in crypto.
Still, Ethereum Classic continues to be in the shadow of Ethereum. Meanwhile, Rebel Satoshi is unique, ushering an energy of rebellion in meme coins.
RebelSatoshi Combines Meme Culture, Rebellion, and Financial Rewards
Rebel Satoshi is bringing rebellion themes into the arena of meme coins. Motivated by the likes of Guy Fawkes and Satoshi Nakamoto, Rebel Satoshi encourages the little guys to band together for a righteous, community-fueled purpose.
It will also celebrate meme culture with the ‘Rebel Meme Hall of Fame,’ with the best memes getting voted on and acclaimed by other ‘rebels.’ Of course, RebelSatoshi also offers financial incentives via staking for passive income and the trading of top NFTs to buy.
The latter refers to the ‘Rebel Artefacts Vault,’ a treasure trove of almost 10,000 unique digital characters based on rebellion: Citizens, Warriors, Rebels, Monarchs, and Recusants.
These benefits are possible with the platform’s utility token, $RBLZ. Aside from the advantages, it has attractive tokenomics like Ethereum Classic with a fixed supply of 250 million. Yet, it is distinct as unsold tokens after the presale will get ‘burned.’
Speaking of sales, $RBLZ is a fresh offering, available in the Early Bird Round for a low $0.010. Current buyers should expect 150% gains once RebelSatoshi, as $RBLZ is anticipated to be worth $0.025.
Please note that the Discord and Telegram communities are for Recusants and $RBLZ holders only.