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Uniswap continues to focus on providing its users with quality decentralised projects to participate in.

Uniswap is a popular decentralised crypto exchange that operates on the Ethereum blockchain. The overwhelming bulk of crypto trading occurs on centralised exchanges like Binance or Coinbase. These platforms are controlled by a single authority, the firm that maintains the exchange, and it requires users to deposit money under their custody. This then allows you to permit trading via the use of a typical order book system. These are centralised, which isn’t conducive or healthy for the future of cryptocurrency.

As a world-class digital asset exchange, Uniswap continues to focus on providing its users with quality decentralised projects to participate in. Here is a weekly report presenting some exciting new listings and a summary of some projects that have been listed this week, offering users more information to help better understand these unique opportunities.


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HUH Token (HUH)

HUH released last month on the Binance smart chain on Pancakeswap, it has now gone multichain with Uniswap. It has a strong focus on marketing, with hundreds of Instagram and Twitter influencers who will be posting about it on their profiles towards the end of this month. HUH intends to create a social media platform for 3.0 and it uses a referral-based smart contract that helps propagate its viral capability.

ShibaDAO (SHIBDAO)

This DAO is fully decentralised. There is no direct authority of the token and all decisions are made in the communities’ favour. Each transaction causes a burn rate of 5%, which decreases the supply of ShibaDAO over time, helping combat the inflationary rebases. There are rewards its holders with a 5% tax on each transaction to punish weak hands. It has a strong anti-whale sentiment.

Gather (GTH)

This cryptocurrency is used for a system that creates income based on the number of people who visit your website or application, not the number of ads you display. It aims to improve the user experience with fewer or no annoying ads allowing for lower costs for the processing required in the complex computations with the Gather Cloud. The token is also rewarded to visitors implementing this platform, helping to create user loyalty. This increases user time on your site or app.

Roncoin (RON)

Roncoin is a stablecoin that offers a one to one exchange rate with a stable fiat currency, the Romanian Leu. Every Roncoin is backed by Romanian Leu in the reserve account of the Roncoin platform. As a result, each Roncoin is completely backed by actual assets. You may keep your crypto assets cold without fear of losing value in the future. Roncoin is a token that is backed by real money. Roncoin offers security against the volatility of cryptocurrencies since it is connected to real-world cash.


Learn More About HUH Token Here:

Website: https://huh.social

HUH Official Swap- https://swap.huh.social/

Telegram: https://t.me/HUHTOKEN

Twitter: https://twitter.com/HuhToken

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/huhToken/

Disclaimer: (This article is sponsored and includes some commercial links)


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