Want to get filthy rich in cryptocurrency?
Discover a project that possesses these 3 things:
- NOT in the top 400 in market cap.
- Solves a highly critical infrastructure problem in technology.
- Founded by experienced & connected developers that are well known in the industry.
Cryptocurrency News Room Firmly Believes it Has Discovered That Project
Alchemist (Mist) is a project we believe is going to skyrocket before the end of 2021.
Alchemist strongly holds the 3 characteristics mentioned above. It’s ranked 483 on CoinGecko, it solves the biggest problem Ethereum faces today, and Alchemist is run by the industry leader in the solution.
First, Alchemist (Mist) has a market capitalization of only 60 million dollars. With their incredibly strong team coupled with the problem they are solving on Ethereum, Alchemist could easily become a top 50 cryptocurrency. Alchemist (Mist) making the top 50 would put it with a market capitalization of 3 billion dollars. That would bring the price of Alchemist to $3,000 per token. The circulating supply of Alchemist (Mist) is only 1,126,825.
Second, the biggest problem on Ethereum is congestion and incredibly expensive transaction fees. Alchemist helps solve this problem using Flashbots. Flashbots mitigate the negative externalities and existential risks posed by miner-extractable value (MEV) to smart-contract blockchains. Flashbots creates a permissionless, transparent, and fair ecosystem for MEV extractions on Ethereum.
Third, Stephane Gosselin! Stephane is an experienced Ethereum researcher and developer. He understands the cryptocurrency space, the technology, and is extremely well connected in the industry. The team behind Alchemist is a top 10 crypto project. At today’s prices, if Alchemist (Mist) gets into the top 10 it would put the price at over $16,500 per Alchemist Token.
Finally, it has come to our attention that Alchemist (Mist) is about to release something really big in the coming weeks with NFT’s. Remember, you heard it here first, at the Cryptocurrency News Room.
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