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Uwerx (WERX) Looks to Emulate Polygon (MATIC) and Fantom (FTM) with Big Gains on Presale

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Uwerx is a new project that will bring the fast-growing world of freelance work platforms to the blockchain – some analysts have predicted big things with an advance of up to 8,500%. 

The gig economy is growing fast and if Uwerx (WERX) can capitalize on its edge over the current market leaders, the project can emulate other niche coins that made it to the top: Polygon (MATIC) and Fantom (FTM).

Uwerx (WERX) Can Disrupt Freelance Platforms

Uwerx has the potential to bring strong gains for early investors in 2023 and climb the ranks of the top crypto projects. Uwerx is set to tap into the growing market for freelance workers with a decentralized platform. 

The current leaders in gig work platforms are using Web2 software and Uwerx can take their market share with a platform that provides benefits to employers and workers. Uwerx can solve problems such as high fees and slow payment times with its blockchain offering.

Uwerx is currently in a token presale, but it has been passed fit in an audit by InterFi Network and SolidProof. The project will also hold its development fees in a 25-year lock-up on liquidity after presale ends, so investors can trust this as a long-term project. 

The gig economy is expected to grow fast with 93 million workers in the U.S. by 2028 and there is a strong likelihood that Uwerx will become a dominating force in the freelancing industry with its fundamental advantages over traditional freelancing platforms.

Polygon (MATIC) Sits on the Cusp of the Top Ten

Polygon (MATIC) had a strong year with its NFT OpenSea platform in 2022, as well as a spike in volumes to start 2023. The Ethereum scaling ecosystem recorded $324 million in NFT sales despite a bear market in digital collectibles. 

Polygon (MATIC) was boosted in 2021 after Meta Platforms, formerly Facebook, announced the crypto project as its partner to support NFTs on the Instagram app. That partnership could lead to a big user base if the metaverse sees mainstream adoption.

Polygon (MATIC) currently ranks at number ten in the list of coins by market cap with a price of $0.96 per token. However, the project traded at $0.02 in 2020 and was even cheap in the years previous to that. 

Polygon (MATIC) won favor with investors because it had its own niche as an Ethereum scaler and solved the problems with transaction speeds and fees.

Polygon (MATIC) can have a good 2023, but investors should be looking at the next up-and-coming project with over 500x upside and Uwerx is a strong contender.

Fantom (FTM) Spooked its DeFi Rivals with Big Gains

Fantom (FTM) is another example of a project that saw its coin price soar with a strong project. Fantom (FTM) arrived on the scene at the time when decentralized finance was taking off and the project was another alternative to Ethereum’s high gas fees. 

The project saw its TVL rocket with the project hitting highs of over $7BN, but that has since slumped to $491 million in the bear market, but that is still higher from the recent lows at $411 million.

Fantom (FTM) is now ranked near number 45 in the list of coins by market cap with a price of $0.40, but Fantom (FTM) could benefit from the launch of its upcoming Ecosystem vault. 

Fantom (FTM) the open-source smart contract platform announced its launch on 20 January and the Ecosystem Vault would fund projects being built on the Fantom blockchain. That can add new TVL to the project and boost its token price once more.

Uwerx has the most potential for growth in 2023 and investors stand to make huge gains from the presale price of $0.0075. We believe that this can be attributed to the fact that it is associated with the high-growth market-resilient freelance industry.





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