Is the PulseX sacrifice a scam?
Over $1 Billion already sent!
IS PulseX a SCAM? NO. It’s a project to support people’s rights to Movement and Assembly.
Learn more about the PulseX, Uniswap fork here: https://www.howtopulse.com/pulsex/
If you are in the cryptocurrency market there is a high chance you have heard of many scams, including “Pump and Dump” tokens.
Over the last few years, there have been scam coins that stemmed from 2017, for example; Proof Of Weakhands (PoWH). Which was based on poorly designed transactional cost, it would charge 10% for holders to send coins or enter the scheme. Participants would also pay a 10% fee to remove their investments. This inefficient system was copied under the name of SafeMoon in 2021.
ARE POPULAR CRYPTO “ANALYSTS” TO BE TRUSTED?
People are noticing a rise in social media and YouTube influencers that have promoted certain projects to their followers, creating hype for these projects, and then deleting the content or tweets after price dumps and followers got “rekt”.
SO, WHAT IS THE PULSEX SACRIFICE?
The sacrificed amount at the time of writing this article is now well over $1 Billion dollars from over 115,000 wallet addresses. There has been mass suppression on YouTube with no mentions from the largest influencers. Specifically, there have been no articles written by the largest crypto websites such as CoinTelegraph.
The most successful Bitcoin holders have had the strongest hands that didn’t sell early. This methodology does provide users to relax about price, lock up or stake their HEX to earn yield and reduce supply to increase the price.
Why is this project not all over the media?
Cointelegraph reports on projects that will get $15 million in funding but a simple search of their website does not mention the PulseX sacrifice that is tremendously larger.
We can understand these websites and influencers provide media coverage by way of paid promotion. Realizing the mainstream crypto media is tied to centralized exchanges it seems they are attempting to suppress the largest airdrop tied to any crypto.
The ideology of Richard Heart encourages people to keep coins in private wallets and to not trade rather than pay the exchanges ‘middleman’ fees, and allow them to control their own assets.
The Ethereum Network Consensys layer delay has hurt DeFi tremendously.
Currently, the Ethereum network is mostly unusable with ludicrous transaction fees averaging over $75 USD per swap, compared to Pulsechain costing users only $0.01.
The Puleschain fork is an identical copy of the Ethereum Chain, which brings all tokens, stakes, and NFTs from a user’s wallet to the Pulsechain, and all with the same keys. The only step to do is switch from the ETH network to the Pulsechain network on your MetaMask.
Users connect their MetaMask and securely use the PulseX website to swap tokens of their choice. With a working and operational Testnet, the entire Pulsechain project seems nearly complete while the cross-chain bridges are still being tested but functional.
With the recent launch of Cardano’s Sundae Swap, now being called “7-Day swap”, due to users stating trades are delayed for a week. Solana is another blockchain that had its entire system completely down, preventing users from selling before liquidations. There seems to be a massive upside for Pulsechain and PulseX to take over the DeFi market.
The sacrifice will run until February 21st at 0:00 UTC. After that, a 1.75x flat Volume Bonus activates for the next 5 days until the Sacrifice Phase ends.