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Yachtify (YCHT) Tokensale Campaign Welcomes New Enthusiasts in May, 2023 while Litecoin (LTC) and Solana (SOL) Struggling with Pressure

Tue, 05/09/2023 - 12:30
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Yachtify (YCHT) Tokensale Campaign Welcomes New Enthusiasts in May, 2023 while Litecoin (LTC) and Solana (SOL) Struggling with Pressure
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Mainstream cryptos such as Litecoin (LTC) and Solana (SOL) are getting closer to big announcements in May. Meanwhile, early-stage investors might look closer into Yachtify (YCHT) - a project currently in its presale phase.

Interested enthusiasts can join the pre-sale of Yachtify (YCHT).

Charlie Lee remains bullish about Litecoin (LTC) 

Recently, Litecoin (LTC) founder Charlie Lee stated that he believes Litecoin (LTC) has plenty of potential. Lee claims that the project carved a unique niche in the market, and it may surge to $719 in the upcoming bull run. 

However, Litecoin (LTC) has a long way to go for that valuation as it trades at $81.17, down 3.30% in the past 24 hours. Not only that, but the Litecoin (LTC) trading volume has also sunk by 15% in that same period, sitting at $479,136,854.

A cause for concern may also be the Litecoin (LTC) technical analysis which shows both its moving averages and technical indicators showing strong sell signals. Per this technical analysis, experts foresee a fall to its support level of $80 for the coin by December 2023. 

Solana (SOL) announces NFT showdown 

Solana (SOL) recently announced its inaugural NFT brand pitch competition. This development will significantly enhance the NFT presence on the Solana (SOL) network and bring more eyes to it. 

After this announcement, the Solana (SOL) trading volume increased by 59% in one day, reaching $441,829,516. Nevertheless, this development did not impact the Solana (SOL) token value as it now has a price of $21.26, a fall of 3.73% overnight. 

If we glance at the technical analysis of Solana (SOL), we can also notice a bearish trend, with all moving averages in red. As a result, from a technical standpoint, the Solana (SOL) prognosis is somewhat unfavorable, with $20 as the support to monitor.

Yachtify (YCHT) invites pre-sale participants in May, 2023

Yachtify strives to become one of the leading players in the growing yacht charter market by allowing users of all income levels to become fractional owners of real-world luxurious yachts! 

On this Ethereum-based investment platform, each investment chance will be minted into an NFT backed by yachts, jet skis, and boats - which will then be fractionalized and sold! This investment method will lower the entry bars to this booming market as anyone may buy a part of the NFT for prices as low as $100. 

The real-life yachts will be stored in secure ports worldwide, and Yachtify will lease them to charter businesses - redistributing all income generated to NFT holders. The higher percentage of the NFT you own, the more passive income you will earn! 

Buying the Yachtify native token is crucial as it will bring discounts on transaction, storage, and maintenance fees. 

Do not worry about safety; Yachtify has had a token smart contract audit by SolidProof and a team KYC audit. 





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