With utility tokens, it's nearly impossible to give an accurate 'marketcap value' since the tokens are not backed by equity. This means predicting 100x to any accuracy with utility tokens is technically not possible and is 100% hype-driven.
Security Tokens allow for measurable, realistic and tangible valuations based on earnings and P/E ratios, since each token represents real equity, exactly like a stock.
Preflogic is issuing equity at a fraction of the marketcap of other issuance platforms, and is set to do mass amounts of more volume. We are positioned to undercut the price of any issuance platform today, and are the only platform of them all that is offering equity to retail investors, like you, right now.
Preflogic takes an issuance completely turnkey. Others, like Ravencoin, either only offer bits and pieces of the puzzle, or are completely overpriced.
Preflogics equity sale is happening at marketcap of sub $15M.
In comparison, Ravencoin is valued at $150M, and that's for only its utility token.
Security Tokens are going to change the face of digital finance, and are fully set to be the next major wave in the crypto space.
I believe in investing in the cow, not the milk.
For example, investing in Ethereum, rather than individual utility tokens, heightens your percentage of you riding the crypto wave to success, regardless of how individual ERC20 tokens perform.
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Similarly, investing in issuance platforms, rather than individual projects themselves, casts a wide net, very likely setting you up for the highest chance of success, if the digital security space as a whole takes off.
Buying the cow, not the milk is the way of the wise.
Check out this article for a factual numbers-based breakdown of the potential ahead.
Security tokens are cryptographic tokens that pay dividends, share profits, pay interest or invest in other tokens or assets to generate profits for the token holders. This takes care of the liquidity issues.