There is nothing that rewards better in crypto that getting into a low supply coin, at the right time. They tend to gain value exponentially relative to the rest the market. One such coin is Nuls (NULS). Nuls has a very low coin supply of just 40 million. This means that if the market rises in a bull rally similar to that of 2017, Nuls (NULS) will be among the biggest gainers, based on its low coin supply. It’s how the laws of supply and demand work. When there is a high demand chasing a low supply of a product, prices tend to rise fast. However, this is not the only reason why Nuls (NULS) stands a good chance of outperforming the market. Its fundamentals too point to a crypto that is about to explode in value, once the bull rally hits the market.
One of its key fundamentals is the use of multiple chains. Most platform blockchains are looking to make use of sidechains. That’s because sidechains solves the problem of scalability that inhibit their application in complex business environments. Nuls (NULS) too makes use of this approach by making use of multiple chains. Nuls (NULS) multiple chains make it one of the most scalable blockchains in the market. When you consider the fact that Dapps and smart contracts are an integral part to the growth of blockchain technology, it’s not hard to see why Nuls (NULS) stands a good chance to grow exponentially as blockchain technology goes mainstream.
Nuls (NULS) also has another very interesting feature and that’s customizable Dapps. This works through a process known as modularization. In simple terms, you can take ledgers from different blockchains including Ethereum, then customize them on the Nuls blockchain to create a Decentralized application that perfectly fits your business needs. This is a powerful feature, one that gives Nuls (NULS) a strong use case, especially for sensitive businesses, that require a smart contract that is fine-tuned for their needs.
It’s also noteworthy that Nuls (NULS) is developing a Nuls Virtual Machine, one where developers can create and test their Dapps before taking them to the market. However, unlike the Ethereum Virtual Machine, which only uses the Solidity programming language, Nuls Virtual Machine will have no language preference. Developers can create and test their smart contracts in the programming languages that they understand best. This places Nuls in a very interesting position in terms of attracting developers. That’s because developers don’t need to spend time learning a new language. Therefore, Nuls an edge over other platform blockchains, and could see it emerge as one of the best in the smart contracts market.
When you put together all these factors, it becomes clear that Nuls (NULS) stands a good chance to emerge as a top 3rd generation platforms blockchains. From an investor perspective, its greatest value comes from its low coin supply. Many other cryptos competing with it have hundreds of millions of coins, and sometimes billions of coins in circulation. Nuls (Nuls) could easily end the year at over $100.