Will SafeMoon (SFM) and Saitama Inu (SAITAMA) Outperform other Digital Currencies in 2022?

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Introduction:In this article the author Richard Lee discusses why he thinks SAFEMOON and SAITAMA will outperform other digital currencies.

There will be more than just top dogs competing in the crypto market. Last year, a paradigm shift took place that pushed smaller cryptocurrency projects to the forefront while eroding Bitcoin’s position as a store of value. Even Ethereum’s dominance in the market has waned, as the issue of gas fees remains unaddressed, allowing other smaller, technically better projects to move into the space. Thus, this article looks at a couple of the new arrivals and why they are expected to outperform other projects in 2022.

SafeMoon (SFM)

The SafeMoon protocol was introduced in March of 2021 on the  Binance Smart Chain. SFM became one of the rapidly growing crypto projects in the current market in just 6 months since its introduction. Despite the downfall during the fourth quarter, SFM is still noted as one of the valuable coins for 2022. The V2 project is expected to make the SafeMoon DeFi platform more efficient, reliable, and faster. In 2022, the V2 platform would make the SafeMoon ecosystem more accommodating with added features once the upgrade is completed.

However, what makes the project stand out from others is its Phoenix project that expects to reach into several innovative fields like wind turbines and nanotechnology. This eco-friendly model could potentially revolutionize cryptocurrency mining and other related activities that currently rely on unsustainable resources. According to CEO John Karony, we could expect more such innovative ideas from the SafeMoon team that could make SFM a potential buy for investors in 2022. As per the SafeMoon forecast by WalletInvester, the coin would reach $0.000237 by 2026 from its current value of  $0.000001365 with a whopping 4000% return.

Saitama Inu (SAITAMA)

Saitama is the newest addition to the meme-coin family. However, it plans to become a utility coin. The coin showed indications of growth since its introduction in mid-2021. One of the mottos of the coin involves educating its community to effectively invest in its Edutainment platform.

But the plans of Saitama Inu are far greater than this as the plans for a Saitama Inu ecosystem are already underway. The Saitamask is considered the project’s first step towards giving the coin real-world usefulness. The coin’s launchpad project known as SaitaMaker will soon be dropped for its community. The members of the community could use the launchpad to create and launch products based on the Saitama Inu coin. As a meme-coin, Saitama Inu gives attention to its community, and one can expect more beneficial schemes from the project shortly. All these add up to make it a potent candidate for 2022.

Although the article expects to give an idea about the coins, it is better to research the current state and performance of the projects before the investment.

Disclaimer: The information provided on this page does not constitute investment advice, financial advice, trading advice, or any other sort of advice and it should not be treated as such. This content is the opinion of a third party and this site does not recommend that any specific cryptocurrency should be bought, sold, or held, or that any crypto investment should be made. The Crypto market is high-risk, with high-risk and unproven projects. Readers should do their own research and consult a professional financial advisor before making any investment decisions.

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