Crypto’s maddening gains give rise to new opportunities and risk

EvaGrow could pull off a daring come from behind similar to Shiba Inu, or may become another victim to a crypto winter. This deep into the crypto-underworld, everyone is at the mercy of luck.

The cryptocurrency scene has seen a parabolic rise with new all-time highs not only for Bitcoin and Ethereum, but also their little siblings. Shiba Inu made a powerful run to finally claw its way past Doge for the briefest of moments. Harmony One, Solana, and dozens more all broke new highs. A person could almost throw a dart at any random coin and turn a profit.

Still, all of the above mentioned are mid-cap to large-cap projects. It’s the seedy underbelly of the crypto world where swaps and trades are made that is seeing massive gains. While some projects will rug pull, cough-Squid Game-cough, others such as EverGrow have made life-changing money for thousands.

EvaGrow, a new competitor, is attempting to mimic EverGrow’s success in the same fashion that Shiba Inu emulated Doge Coin’s. Can EvaGrow replicate the success of EverGrow?

EvaGrow is a near-identical fork of EverGrow. 6% of every buy and sell is distributed to holders in the form of Binance-Pegged USD (BUSD) which is a stable coin of the Binance Smart Chain similar to USDT and USDC. One dollar is one pegged-dollar in the stable coin world.

2% of every transaction is transferred into Liquidity Pool for Pancakeswap to create a stable price floor. Pancake Swap is a BSC decentralized exchange, or DEX, that is the primary means of swapping Binance Smart Chain coins for tokens such as EvaGrow. 1% of all transactions is allocated to marketing.

Anti-whale mechanisms are all the rage and EvaGrow comes standard with their own brand of it. The Anti-Whale function ensures that no sell amounts higher than 0.125% of the total supply are possible at once. The Anti-whale maximum limit works as an indicator when a Whale is trying to sell their tokens and avoids price manipulations.
EvaGrow’s initial liquidity is locked on PancakeSwap with a lock-in period of 6 months. This is off limits even to the developers.

So why would anyone invest in a project so similar to the source of its inspiration instead of the original? The team makes the argument that the opportunity for returns diminishes after a certain point. A billion-dollar investment in EverGrow would require far more time and money to simply double an initial investment than a million-dollar project. The EvaGrow team is banking on greed and impatience to fuel a swift rise up the chart.

So, how’s it working for them? EvaGrow launched at 1500 UTC November 6, 2021 and as of today, they have almost 1000 investors and almost $4,000,000 in market cap. It’s clear that greed, impatience, and FOMO is winning out, but can it be sustained?

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Contact Info:
Name: EvaGrow Foundation
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Organization: EvaGrow Foundation

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