Weiss Ratings Expects Synthetix (SNX) Price to Reach $15 by Year End

Weiss Ratings Synthetix DeFi

Weiss Ratings Expects Synthetix (SNX) Price to Reach $15 by Year End

On Wednesday (August 19), Weiss Ratings, the only financial rating agency that grades cryptoassets, explained why it is super bullish on decentralized finance (DeFi) project Synthetix (SNX).

Weiss Ratings, which was founded in 1971 by Dr. Martin Weiss, started covering cryptoassets (tokens and coins) on 24 January 2018, when it launched a new website called Weiss Cryptocurrency Ratings.

The idea was to provide a weekly paid report that gave an overall rating for each cryptocurrency (initially only 74 were covered), as well as two component grades: an “Invest Risk/Reward” grade and a “Technology/Adoption” grade. Grades range from A+ (best) to F (worst).

Here is how Synthetix is described by its Litepaper:

“Synthetix is a decentralised synthetic asset issuance protocol built on Ethereum. These synthetic assets are collateralized by the Synthetix Network Token (SNX) which when locked in the contract enables the issuance of synthetic assets (Synths).

“This pooled collateral model enables users to perform conversions between Synths directly with the smart contract, avoiding the need for counterparties.

“This mechanism solves the liquidity and slippage issues experienced by DEX’s. Synthetix currently supports synthetic fiat currencies, cryptocurrencies (long and short) and commodities.

“SNX holders are incentivised to stake their tokens as they are paid a pro-rata portion of the fees generated through activity on Synthetix.Exchange, based on their contribution to the network.

“It is the right to participate in the network and capture fees generated from Synth exchanges, from which the value of the SNX token is derived. Trading on Synthetix.Exchange does not require the trader to hold SNX.”

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