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KNC (Kyber Network Crystal) Token Analysis 17/03/2021

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BINANCE:KNCUSDT   Kyber Network / TetherUS
earlier we had analyzed it and now we are Updating The New Targets:

Fundamentals:
Kyber Network is an on-chain liquidity protocol that aggregates liquidity from various sources to provide secure and instant transactions on any decentralized application (DApp). The main goal of Kyber Network is to enable DApps, decentralized exchanges (DEXs) and other users easy access to a liquidity pool that provides the best rates.

All transactions on Kyber are on-chain, which means they can be easily verified using any Ethereum block explorer. Projects can build on top of Kyber to utilize all the services offered by the protocol, such as the instant settlement of tokens, liquidity aggregation, and a customizable business model.

Kyber looks to solve the liquidity issue in the decentralized finance (DeFi) industry by allowing developers to build products and services without having to worry about liquidity.

The Kyber Network Crystal (KNC) token is a utility token that is the "glue that connects different stakeholders in Kyber's ecosystem." KNC holders can stake their tokens in the KyberDAO to help govern the platform — and earn staking rewards in Ethereum (ETH). They also determine the rewards that liquidity providers ( LPs ) receive on the platform.

Kyber Network is the first tool that allows anyone to instantly swap tokens without the need of a third-party, like a centralized exchange. The unique architecture of Kyber is designed to be developer-friendly, which enables the protocol to be easily integrated with apps and other blockchain-based protocols.

Kyber Network utilizes a variety of reserve types that contain a pool of funds used to provide liquidity — these are essentially smart contracts that control how assets are priced (e.g. using a price feed or algorithmically). Kyber can be integrated with other decentralized exchanges and shared liquidity pools. Reserves pay fees in KNC which are either burned or used for rewards.

In July 2020, Kyber launched its decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) program, which enables KNC holders to participate in the governance of the network by voting on important proposals. Kyber’s community is sizable and made up of a wide range of developers, in addition to other members of the blossoming DeFi industry.

Kyber’s fully on-chain design enables the protocol to maintain full transparency and verifiability. The platform claims to be the most used DeFi protocol in the world.

Kyber Network began its development in 2017 and is built on top of the Ethereum blockchain. The project was founded by Loi Luu, Victor Tran and Yaron Velner, and currently has its headquarters in Singapore.

Luu is a blockchain researcher and an advisor for various blockchain projects. He developed Oyente, the first open-source security analyzer for Ethereum smart contracts, and co-founded SmartPool, among other decentralized projects.

Victor Tran is a senior backend engineer and Linux system administrator. He was the CTO at Clixy and 24/7 Digital Group as well as a developer for several projects in Vietnam.

Yaron Velner is the current CEO of B.Protocol, a decentralized backstop liquidity protocol, and was a postdoctoral researcher. Velner stepped down from his CTO position at Kyber in October 2019.

The Kyber team is also composed of several executive advisors, engineers and designers. According to the official Kyber Network LinkedIn page, the company has over 50 employees — most of which are based in Vietnam or Singapore.


Technical Analysis:
very visible Hidden Bullish Divergence with MACD and MACD Histogram which is the sign of trend Continuation and Rally, after the Accumulation Phase.
there are total of 3 Targets Specified by Fibonacci Projection where as the 3 TP gets its confirmation after the 2 TP gets triggered and price made some Distribution and Correction along.

Trade closed: target reached: 1 TP achieved
Trade active: going for 2 and 3 TPa