FIREPIN Token (FRPN), Cardano (ADA), and NEAR Protocol (NEAR) – CryptoMode

The great thing about cryptocurrency is that everyone can become a champion.

It’s not only the hedge fund manager or the investment banker that succeeds in crypto, it’s the student or the regular 9-5 employee that can too.

The decentralisation of the industry grants its users the freedom and space to get involved and invest as little or as much as they please.

Control is undoubtedly an important aspect of society and the lack of it within the digital asset space makes it even more accessible to those who may not have that same opportunity in traditional finance institutions.

People have the opportunity to invest in the likes of Cardano (ADA), NEAR Protocol (NEAR) and FIREPIN Token (FRPN), the latter of which remains in presale.

The surging presale of FIREPIN TOKEN (FRPN)

It’s been the presale on everybody’s lips and its venture into phase 2 will begin in just over seven days.

FIREPIN Token (FRPN) has achieved a rise of over 350% since the beginning of its presale in January.

When you look at FRPN’s mission statement, it’s clear to see why they’ve garnered the support they’ve received which in turn has led to investment into the project.

As a DAO (decentralised autonomous organisation) and metaverse company, FIREPIN holds long-term visions on the metaverse, play-to-earn (P2E) games and NFTs, three spaces they intend to invest in through their treasury fund.

Along with their usage of the Algorithmic Reserve Currency algorithm that will help prevent price volatility, FIREPIN recently locked $1 million in liquidity which will massively stabilise the FRPN price when being bought and sold at rapid rates.

With its launch scheduled for May 27th, FIREPIN is near the long-awaited launch and with 30 billion tokens (100 in total) to be available for purchase throughout the presale stage, make sure they haven’t sold out by the time you decide to invest.

The reason why Cardano (ADA) is down

As one of the top cryptocurrencies in the world, with a market cap of almost $37 billion, highs and lows are usually not looked at with much fearfulness.

However, sometimes extenuating circumstances mean that more attention must be paid to finding out the root behind a decline in value.

Looking at Cardano’s (ADA) latest dip of 8.3% in the past seven days, the main reason for this dip is the rise in interest rates globally.

The ten-year treasury rates of the United States, Brazil, and Mexico all rose which led to the sell-off of cryptocurrencies to invest in assets that are traditionally ‘safer’.

It’s not just ADA that’s been affected, the likes of Solana (SOL), Avalanche (AVAX), and Polkadot (DOT) have all suffered slumps in the market.

NEAR Protocol (NEAR) is the last crypto standing

Among all the chaos of the market with Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Solana (SOL), XRP (XRP) and many more suffering dips, only one crypto is projecting a rise of over 2%… that’s NEAR Protocol (NEAR).

Recording growth of over 10.3% in the last seven days, NEAR Protocol, is the last crypto standing.

Trading at $15.47, at this time of writing, NEAR has grown 59.4% in the past 30 days and continues to record growth during a cryptocurrency sell-off period.

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