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Don’t Miss the Crypto Boom: Everlodge (ELDG) Selling Out Fast While Binance (BNB) and Uniswap (UNI) Announce New Developments

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The crypto real estate project Everlodge is attacting investors due to its stellar presale growth. As news of its presale success has enveloped the entire crypto market, investors ruch in to before they get sold out. On the other hand, Binance (BNB) and Uniswap (UNI) have struggled to retain their investors.

Join the Everlodge presale and win a luxury holiday to the Maldives

Binance (BNB) Resumes Its Services in Belgium

Binance (BNB) has again started offering its exchange services in Belgium. The development occurred three months after the Belgian authorities ordered Binance (BNB) to halt its services in the country. Binance (BNB) shared the good news on social media and claimed they did everything they could to comply with regulations.

Back in June, the Belgian authorities ordered Binance to close on fears of money laundering. However, it isn’t clear whether Binance has made any changes to its platform to reopen its doors in Belgium.

Meanwhile, Binance has suffered a drop of 4% on the 30-day price chart. Thus, the current trading price of Binance is $210.05.

Uniswap (UNI) Partners With DoDAO

Uniswap is continuously working on improving its ecosystem to attract new users. However, the price movement of Uniswap (UNI) has not been convincing. In the past month, Uniswap’s (UNI) value has declined by more than 7%.

Consequently, the current trading price of Uniswap (UNI) is $4.29. Meanwhile, Uniswap (UNI) has collaborated with DoDAO, a leading DeFi and blockchain education provider. Under this partnership, Uniswap (UNI) will launch a comprehensive educational platform.

Uniswap (UNI) will design the platform to help beginners as well as experienced V3 liquidity providers on its exchange.

More Whales Join Everlodge (ELDG) Presale

The real estate market is growing rapidly. A report has predicted that the total size of the real estate market will grow at an annual growth rate of around 5% by 2030. To take advantage of this growth, Everlodge has launched a new project.

This Web3 platform will bring a new business model to the crypto world. It combines holiday home ownership with blockchain technology. Here, users will have the option to fractionally own holiday stays, hotels, and luxury homes for just $100.

The platform will create Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) for real estate assets, and fractionalize them. Thus, multiple investors can co-own a single property. Notably, the platform will partner with renowned hotel, and real estate developers in the industry to add the best properties to its ecosystem.

The unique selling point of the platform is that the NFTs will be linked to real estate properties. Thus, their market price will increase over time. Furthermore, it has taken steps to prevent any rug-pulls. The project’s liquidity pool will be locked for 8 years, and team tokens for 2 years.

The ELDG presale has just started, and more than 65% of tokens from stage 3 have been sold. The price of one token stands at $0.0.018. It is 80% more than its value at the start of the presale.

Market watchers are expecting the tokens to skyrocket by 280% before the culmination of the presale. Moreover, the tokens could grow 3000% after they go live on major exchanges.

Find out more about the Everlodge (ELDG) Presale




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