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Avalanche (AVAX) and Cosmos (ATOM) Trail Behind as Kelexo (KLXO) Looks to Upend its Sector

 

The competition in the crypto space has gotten stiffer and projects like Avalanche (AVAX) and Cosmos (ATOM) are lagging in the struggle for survival. However, this has got nothing on Kelexo (KLXO). While Avalanche (AVAX) and Cosmos (ATOM) trails, Kelexo (KLXO) surges ahead with its groundbreaking approach to lending and borrowing. Read on to learn more about Kelexo (KLXO) and the plethora of benefits it offers investors in ongoing presale.

Kelexo (KLXO): Revolutionizing DeFi with Decentralized Borrowing and Lending


Imagine a decentralized lending and borrowing platform on the blockchain– that’s Kelexo (KLXO) and it’s brilliant! Kelexo (KLXO) is a Web3 marketplace that allows borrowing and lending without an intermediary. The unique thing about Kelexo (KLXO) is its self-sustaining and self-rewarding ecosystem with its native token – KLXO. Also, registration requires no KYC. Since the presale began, investors have seen their capital grow exponentially quickly. With a brilliant entry point of $0.022 and a total token supply of 440,000,000 KLXO, experts believe the project is poised to complete a 50x run by the end of 2024. Not only is Kelexo having a blast of a presale, but the project also allures investors with other offers, such as robust transaction security, unmatched transparency, lifetime token liquidity and a successful audit.

Cosmos (ATOM) – Investors Still Uncertain about What They Stand to Gain


It raises eyebrows to see a once-promising project like Cosmos (ATOM) struggling to get out of a bearish market. Billed as the internet of blockchain with over 80 tokens in its ecosystem, Cosmos (ATOM) has recently been moving bearishly. Indicators point out it might not gather the momentum to make a bullish swing anytime soon.

The recently accepted proposal to split the Cosmos (ATOM) network to mitigate inflation has further worsened the Cosmos’ (ATOM) situation. The proposed split has further raised investors’ uncertainty about the project – intensifying their need to seek a better alternative. Cosmos (ATOM) trades at $9.64, over a 12.1% 30-day fall, with a market cap of $3.7 billion.

Avalanche (AVAX) Continues to Lose Investors Despite Institutional Partnership Efforts.


Avalanche (AVAX) is a smart contract protocol with infinite scalability and super-fast transaction execution. After what looks like an eternity of waiting, investors are starting to give up on Avalanche (AVAX) and the emergence of Kelexo (KLXO) is exponentially increasing the desertion. While 2024 started well for many cryptocurrencies, the same cannot be said for Avalanche (AVAX). In the last 30 days, Avalanche (AVAX) lost 10.37% and is now trading at $35.7. For a project with partnerships with Vodafone, Deloitte and JPMorgan, the continued fall has backers alarmed. This is enough reason for investors to dump it.

Conclusion


As Kelexo (KLXO) continues to set various presale records, the likes of Avalanche (AVAX) and Cosmos (ATOM) continue to bite the dust. With Kelexo’s (KLXO) potential, evidenced by its outstanding presale performance, it’s only logical that investors will do anything to be a part of the presale.

 

Find out more about the Kelexo presale at their official website.

 

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