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Yachtify (YCHT) Pre-Sale Garners Attention in May, 2023 while Hedera (HBAR) and Aptos (APT) Getting Closer to Updates

Mon, 05/08/2023 - 12:38
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Yachtify (YCHT) multi-level tokensale campaign gains adoption in May
Yachtify (YCHT)  Pre-Sale Garners Attention in May, 2023 while Hedera (HBAR) and Aptos (APT) Getting Closer to Updates
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According to market experts, Aptos (APT) and Hedera (HBAR) may be worthwhile to hold right now.  

Drawing interest to its high growth potential, Yachtify (YCHT) is yet another token to look at especially with its firmly established approach to the yacht market.

Yachtify (YCHT) introduces blockchain technology to the luxury yachts market

Yachtify (YCHT) is a new project with promising growth potential.

It will be the first crypto investment platform to capitalize on the billion-dollar yacht market and allow users to earn revenue from anything from a jet ski to a sunseeker yacht. By doing so, Yachtify will open up the exclusive luxury market to cryptocurrency users and allow them to earn by buying, selling, and renting luxury boats.

The luxury boat market used to be exclusive to only the rich and powerful but Yachtify technology will make major changes by making it possible for the community to purchase stakes as little as $100. 

Yachtify sits at a current presale price of only $0.10, investors can chip in early and solidify their claim to significant profit. For the first time, crypto users will have a unique opportunity to invest in the recession-proof maritime industry.

Yachtify’s fractional investment model democratizes the investment process and makes it easier for stakeholders to manage what they own. So, investors will earn commissions that are directly proportional to their shares of the boat.

Yachtify has passed its audit with SolidProof, and will lock liquidity forever and freeze team assets for three years. Current yacht owners can still raise funds by listing a minimum of 25% of their private boats. The Yachtify team protects the community’s investment by insuring and storing the yachts in high-security ports around the world.

YCHT pre-sale tokens can be claimed on the website.

Hedera (HBAR) falls below key support level

Despite its latest appointment, the Hedera (HBAR) token faced a major plunge this week. The Hedera (HBAR) price plummeted over 40% from its highest point this year, signaling that it underperformed big cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Hedera (HBAR) has a price of $0.057257, and as it dropped, it moved below the key support level, which it has labored to move below several times in March. Market experts predict that the Hedera (HBAR)will continue falling as they target the net support level at $0.0500.

Aptos (APT) community remains confident as consolidation continues 

The Aptos (APT) price analysis reports that the token has not broken free from the consolidation. The Aptos (APT) coin peaked at $10.02 after the downward break was rejected by the buyer's side. Reports analyze that Aptos (APT) will remain range bound and even speculate that it may decline even further.

The four hour analysis showed a bearish downtrend in the APT/USD market value, even as the bulls raised the price. The Aptos (APT) price is currently $9.92 with the moving average value sitting at $9.89  below the current price and SMA 50.





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