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Cryptocurrency: Sphere Finance Just Changed the DeFi Game

Published on April 11th, 2022 | Updated on April 11th, 2022 | By FanFest

With crypto continuing to develop, the emphasis appears to be shifting from traditional asset purchases and sales to “passive earnings.” The phrase “passive income” is frequently associated with decentralized finance or DeFi. There have been a wave of massive failures with very few success stories.

However, the DeFi industry is gaining traction and Sphere Finance appears to be changing the game. It claims to allow crypto owners to profit by staking their tokens (coins). In networks based on the proof-of-stake consensus method.

Sphere Finance Crypto (SPHERE)

The SPHERE token is intended to act as a vehicle for holding governance tokens from other projects, according to the project. Because the token is relatively new, no one knows what its price will be in the near term. The project also claims that it would spend initial launch cash on governance tokens, something that has yet to happen.

However, today, one big YouTuber, Jesse Eckel, shared his experience with SPHERE and the results are amazing. Not only that, it appears that the developer behind SPHERE, who goes by Sim, sounds like he’s a developer genius and is ready to take the DeFi community on his back to new levels in crypto.

Check out the video below!

SPHERE’s Current Price

According to DexScreener.com, the cryptocurrency recently traded at US$0.06445 at the time of the writing this article, which was an all-time high for the coin.

Since all cryptos are subject to price changes, the SPHERE token price prediction is quite speculative, so please do your research before investing.

Conclusion on SPHERE

The staking of coins and the use of DeFi are both popular sections in the wider cryptocurrency market.

SPHERE is a new entrant, and because it provides high rewards to users through autostaking technology, caution is advised.

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