Writing an idea specifically for our subscriber nightsubcom, who asked to do a breakdown of the GMT token and whether the token can make x20 in the next bullrun. Read this idea to the end and see the most promising coins for the next bullrun cycle.

20x for GMT is a price of $5.6 per token, let's put it this way, in theory it's certainly possible, in theory anything is possible in general, but in practice it's a hard target to achieve.

Reasons why GMT won't cost $5.6
  • Projects like STEPN - it is a ponzi pyramid, in the sense that the project has a limited period after the start, when the project brings maximum profit. Be in the information field, the most important for projects of this type.
  • STEPN is a user application that aims to activate users and wow effect. This has been the main catalyst for STEPN's success, but at this point, no wow effect STEPN as a product anymore.
  • STEPN allowed some users to make money, but it ruined even more users, for such ponzi projects the loss of users is death.
  • STEPN has a bad tokenomics model and over issuance, which creates hyper inflation for GMT.
  • The product creates no positive effect, all it does is monetize the walk. The very idea of monetizing such activity is nonsense, people should walk for their maximum personal efficiency, not to earn GMT tokens.
  • All the rhetoric around STEPN and GMT was built on a speculative basis, not real product value
For nightsubcom and other people who like this kind of projects we would advise to look for new projects on 2Earn model, they will give much more earning possibilities than STEPN forgotten by everyone. We've also collected a number of promising tokens on our sources that will help you make money on bullrun.

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