United Kingdom, 10th Jun 2022, King NewsWire, In this time of crypto uncertainty SafeWages shines, like a true beacon of hope, thanks to its 25% BUSD reflection.
The SafeWages team is made of visionary people. The founder, Simon, wants to change the world of crypto forever by making this token the first Crypto Saving Account, with the highest ROI in the market.
That’s why this project is embracing all latest trends and the most advanced developments within the industry to deliver value to the holders of SafeWages.
Cryptocurrencies have been the top-performing asset class over the last decade with its total market capitalization growing from around $1.7 Billion in 2013 to where it stands now at $ 1.7 Trillion. Recent months have witnessed global institutional investors – pension, hedge and endowment funds, which historically invest in diverse asset classes including stocks, commodities and real estate – invest in cryptocurrencies to diversify their investment portfolios and spread their risk. There are over 6,700 cryptocurrencies traded globally and with $33b+ worth of meme-coins. The rising giant player in the cryptocurrency market is the decentralized crypto exchange system.
This token was built with one purpose in mind: to build the best-decentralized technology available to the world while also building mass adoption of cryptocurrency. This new crypto is looking to revolutionize the decentralized world.
SafeWages is more than just a DeFi token, they believe to be the future of Defi/Decentralization and Cryptocurrency.
It is built to balance all aspects of its protocol and achieve sustainable long-term growth with strategically developed tokenomics and ecosystem.
The platform’s upgraded technical capabilities allow traders to complete transactions within a few seconds without divulging personal information to the network’s server.
They want to build the best utility token out there.
SafeWages not only provides its hodlers with 25% BUSD reflection but it’ll also be useful:
The team has just launched a KYC Service, the cheapest on the market. On top of that a sister token (currently unnamed) will reward holders with more $SAFEW, dramatically increasing its volume and MC.
A number of partnerships were also made, among those we see a P2E game that will reward players with SafeWages.
NFT marketplace is also in the works, making SafeWages one of the tokens with most utilities out there.
They have one of the most hardworking teams in crypto, and it’s not too late to join this fantastic project.
Furthermore, they want you to be able to buy and sell SafeWages as easy as possible, that’s where SafeWages Debit Card will come into play: you will be able to buy and sell SafeWages as well as using it for your day to day shopping.
Simple but rewarding, that’s how people describe this token:
SafeWages rewards each hodler with 25% BUSD reflection on each buy and sell.
2% is sent straight to the marketing wallet to boost the project and an additional 1% goes back to liquidity and it’s used to boost the token even further.
Their state-of-the-art anti-whale system will help you forecast dumps.
With a rich and ambitious roadmap the team is aiming to make the token fly high.
Even with the current market bleed SafeWages holders have managed to make profit thanks to its massive BUSD reflection, suffice to say that Market Cap isn’t everything in crypto.
People are looking forward to see how this new token is received by the general public, the team is doing an outstanding job so far and everyone is very eager to see it blossom in the next few days.
We are all excited to see how thing with develop thanks to the sister token, p2e games and a NFT marketplace in the making.
Passive income is the future of crypto for many, and there is no other token around with such RO.
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