TMS Network (TMSN) Steals the Spotlight as Stacks (STX) and Monero (XMR) Investors Heads Are Turning

The crypto market is volatile, and is challenging to predict how a particular token will perform in the future. Recently, the crypto market has experienced a lot of ups and downs, and some tokens have felt the pressure more than others. Two tokens that have not performed as expected are Stacks (STX) and Monero (XMR). Both have experienced a significant dip in their value, leading to a negative outlook for the tokens. However, there is a new player in town that is turning heads – TMS Network (TMSN).

Stacks’ (STX) Scaling Solution, Hyperchains, Struggles to Meet Expectations

Stacks (STX) has been trying to upgrade its network for some time now, and while the upgrade promises high throughput and low latency workloads, it has been struggling to keep up with the expectations. The upgrade, known as Hyperchains, was introduced three months ago by Hiro, and promised a lot. However, the development team of Stacks (STX) has taken an iterative approach to building and rolling out this solution, leading to delays in the upgrade. The initial version of Hyperchains will be a federated model, which is a significant downgrade from the initial promise of a highly decentralized system. The reason for starting with a federated model is simple: complexity increases as hyperchains become more decentralized. Thus, the upgrade is not delivering on its initial promise, and has led to a loss of confidence in the Stacks (STX) token. As of now, Stacks (STX) is priced at $0.73. Stacks’ (STX) current price represents a 79.76% decrease from its all-time high of $3.61.

Monero (XMR) Faces Regulatory Concerns and Software Issues, Removed from Exchanges

Similar to Stacks (STX), Monero (XMR) has also experienced some negative news recently. Monero (XMR) has been removed from several exchanges due to regulatory concerns. This is not a new problem for privacy coins like Monero (XMR), as they have always been viewed with skepticism by regulatory bodies. Additionally, Monero’s (XMR) team has recently announced that they will no longer be supporting certain versions of their software, which could potentially cause problems for users. As of now, Monero (XMR) is being traded at $157.24. Monero (XMR) represents a decline of 69.62% from its all-time high of $517.62.

TMS Network (TMSN) Disrupts Crypto Space with Innovative Permissionless Trading Technology, Surging 2800% in Ongoing Presale

While two cryptocurrencies, Stacks (STX) and Monero (XMR), are experiencing difficulties, TMS Network (TMSN) is a blockchain project that is disrupting the crypto space with its innovative technology. TMS Network (TMSN) offers a broad range of trading services to users, including equities, futures, forex, CFDs, and cryptocurrencies, without the need for fiat money or KYC requirements. With TMS Network (TMSN), users can connect their wallets and start trading right away, making it an easy and accessible option for all. The permissionless technology of TMS Network (TMSN) is a significant advantage that allows users to trade without the need for third-party intermediaries. This feature ensures that transactions are fast, cheap, and transparent, with no possibility of insider trading or price manipulation. Furthermore, TMS Network (TMSN) is entirely community-governed, with all decisions made through voting. TMS Network (TMSN) has already made impressive progress, raising $5 million in funding, and its ongoing stage 3 presale has seen its value soar to $0.088, which is an incredible 2800% jump from its initial launch price. These achievements showcase the potential of TMS Network (TMSN), and it’s evident that the project is set to make a significant impact in the crypto space.






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