Plethori brings ETF into the decentralized sphere of BTC peers
Plethori brings ETF into the decentralized sphere
ETFs are one of the most popular trading products in the world. These products are a collection of different assets and offer easy diversification of investments as well as a reduction in risk. These profitable companies, traded in traditional markets, have been out of reach for many people, especially the crypto community.
Plethori: Opening up the ETF market As a decentralized trading platform, Plethori brings the exchange-traded fund market into the blockchain sphere. Plethori uses the technology and offers an ecosystem that is more efficient and more trader-friendly. Blockchain eliminates the need for middlemen and brokers that traditional ETF trading markets have to interact with. The direct peer-to-peer interaction means that the traders on Plethori don’t have to pay any commissions, which increases their profits significantly.
In addition, the use of blockchain provides the Plethori military-grade security that the decentralized networks are known for. At the same time, it provides transparency as anyone can see the general ledger that has been distributed, reducing fraud and insider trading. In addition, Plethori has some unique features that make it more attractive than traditional ETF markets:
- Cross Chain: Instead of relying on a single blockchain and forcing participants to switch, Plethori is running up and Polkadot chains are in the works at the same time as the integration of Binance Smart Chain.
- Scalable: Plethori was designed to be fast. It uses the Optimism Second Layer solution to take the load off the main network and maintain TPS even as more users join the network.
- Fiat Gateway: The ability to convert profits into local currency is ensured by special Fiat Gateways that offer traders a high level of liquidity.
- Gamification: Traders are allowed to create ETFs, and each creator receives an NFT token that increases in value as the underlying ETF increases, encouraging traders to build the best basket of assets.
What are ETFs? Exchange Traded Funds is a financial derivative that summarizes the value of various assets. Using inversely correlated or uncorrelated assets in a single ETF can help traders reduce the risks involved. The wide range of assets that can be combined also means diversification, the basic rule of effective trading. This also saves investors a lot of time and effort. Instead of spending time reading technical and fundamental indicators on multiple assets and stocks, they can focus on just one ETF.
This has made ETFs very popular. In 2020, $ 7.73 trillion was traded, more than 7,600 types worldwide.
Plethori tokenomics The entire Plethori network is operated with its PLE token. PLE will leverage the deflationary economy with only 100 million tokens being minted. The Plethori team has allocated various PLE funds such as 4 million specifically for the public users who will be trading on the platform. The rest is earmarked for institutional investors, seed capital, platform development, agriculture, etc.
PLE serves Plethori as a triple agent:
- Payments: A transaction fee must be paid to access and use various Plethori services, although free of interim commission, and PLE is the primary means of payment.
- DeFi: PLE holders can participate in pools of liquidity for returns.
- Governance: Token holders can vote on new features of the platform, including deciding which ETF to list on the platform.
Plethori is lowering the barriers to entry for millions of people around the world by providing a better and easier alternative to buying and selling ETFs and by leveraging the blockchain to provide better profits and security. The cross-chain functionality is also a plus, so traders don’t have to exchange assets to access the trading services.
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