This strategy has consistently delivered the best results for us, and its foundation is actively
seeking projects with high innovation potential and real-world applications. We subject these projects
to thorough due diligence based on which we determine the valuation of these projects depending on
We compare this valuation to the current market valuation of projects and evaluate whether the projects are
correctly valued by the market. Based on the data obtained, we make qualified decisions about the level of
investment and the degree of risk.
One recent example is the decentralized perpetual exchange gTrade and its token $GNS.
After the collapse of the centralized exchange FTX, there was a high probability that market participants would
start looking for alternative solutions for trading their assets more safely. Decentralized exchanges were an
obvious candidate. Our team had already analyzed these opportunities earlier, so we only needed to update these
previous analyses briefly.
Thanks to the comparison of relevant indicators and data, such as token utility, tokenomics, likely
catalysts, volume, total locked value, and many others, we selected gTrade with its token $GNS as the
main candidate for this type of investment.
In addition to the relative undervaluation of the token compared to competitors (such as GMX), we knew through
extensive analysis that it would soon expand from the existing Polygon cryptocurrency network to the popular
Arbitrum cryptocurrency network. We also contacted the project founders and found out if there would be any
other news or improvements that could have a positive impact on the token price in the near future, successfully.
As a result, we were not afraid to allocate a larger amount of capital to $GNS. The token subsequently appreciated
by 300% in 3 months, while the market average for this period was just under 30%. When closing the position,
comparing data with the competing protocol GMX with its token $GMX played a major role, which started to become
proportionally cheaper than the $GNS token again with respect to this data. After closing the $GNS position, we
again allocated some of the profits to $GMX, which subsequently grew proportionally compared to $GNS, and the
protocols with their tokens returned to balance according to our analysis, where we consider them mutually correctly valued.