THE GREAT WALL STRATEGY

“Trust is good, control is better”

Ensuring defense against any sell-off, including rapid upward trends for newly listed cryptocurrencies, while also fostering liquidity and higher strike prices.

Note: The article is an accurate representation based on the information provided. It does not constitute financial advice, and individuals should conduct their own research and consult professionals before engaging in cryptocurrency investment or strategies. For privacy reasons, no projects are mentioned in the article. 

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INTRODUCTION

The Greatwall Strategy is a unique approach in the world of cryptocurrencies. Inspired by one of the wonders of the world, the historical and architectural icon, the Great Wall of China. Originally constructed to protect China from invasions, it served as a formidable barrier against external threats for centuries. Similarly, the Greatwall Strategy seeks to establish a stabilized constract within the crypto market and protect a more favorable environment for fortifying the position of newly listed coins. This strategy also aims to safeguard stability and create opportunities to support and protect growth by incorporating a “deposit locking”  alongside “transaction tax” within the cooperation of a cryptocurrency exchange.This strategy creates a powerful mechanism to discourage any amount of sell-offs and support the coin’s own liquidity, preventing a sudden drop in value, establish higher impulses in the market, and providing additional revenue for the project and also for the exchanges. It is the insurance in the crypto field for the massive challenges that newly listed cryptocurrencies face today.

DEPOSIT LOCKING

Deposit locking is a strategy employed by the project teams of the cryptocurrency and in collaboration with the crypto exchanges to prevent immediate sell-offs upon listing. Since the exchange can lock accounts directly, the easiest way is if the exchange develop a special transaction wallet where all coins will be locked together like in a traditional locked pool. This process doesn’t require changes to the smart contract or has to be reviewed.

For example: “in the case of a successful pre-sale of a token projects and the liquidity which be needed for the listing days and the uncertainty of the success or failure of the listing, the exchange can prevent sudden sell-offs. This approach ensures that the project retains maintains control over its sell-off timeline, ensuring market stability and preventing disruptive market behavior. Additionally, it fosters a stable chart, a feature that many listed cryptocurrencies lack upon listing”.