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UNI: 6.618 PT Conveniently $100

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BINANCE:UNIUSDT   UNI / TetherUS
With v3 out and operable, UNI should begin to start taking headlines as traders and hedge funds begin shifting capital to the more efficient and profitable v3 from other exchanges.

Interestingly UNI's next 6.618 target is $100 - this target is on track for mid-June but could occur before or after depending on how market dynamics follow. Soon we will see UNI launch higher as the more negative the community gets on the "slow launch", the more bullish the contrarian should become.

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from now until August. Which will grow faster LINK or UNI?
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gastseg DukeDinhd6
@DukeDinhd6, LINK
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ich1baN gastseg
@gastseg, I wouldn't be so sure of that - UNI has a bit more upside potential in short-term since they haven't been added to Grayscale yet and LINK already was added. Also V3 is out and it is a big deal despite the people complaining about fees. Most traders aren't buying $60 worth of a coin - if you are gtfo out of crypto. Average trader on UNI is moving $10k+ in a trade... paying $50 for a trade of that size for the upside return due to alt season about to explode higher is not a bad tradeoff. It's just a part of the game and is why UNI will continue to dominate over competitors. The capital efficiency increase of 4000x will only attract he biggest sharks and whales - and in typical Uniswap fashion, they made it possible for anyone (read small retail traders) to copy their automated processes through an NFT.
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ich1baN DukeDinhd6
@DukeDinhd6, uff - that's honestly not an easy question - I'd just suggest to own both at this point. They both are going to be at a similar price range in August imho, therefore a similar rate of return... let's reassess the two then as the space will be dramatically different after EIP-1559 is implemented and fees on UNI are nearly zero.
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