My opinion on Midas.Investments.
Midas is a solid platform that has achieved significant progress by being conscientious in the crypto realm. Having said that, I am positive that Midas will provide me with excellent returns on my future investments. However, owing to circumstances beyond anyone's control save the powers that be, I will only spend a limited amount at this moment. Please keep in mind that this is my opinion entirely. When making any form of investment, please do your own due diligence.
I think that it is crucial to remember that where each people invest in crypto there is always going to be a risk involved to a large extent. Many crypto investing prospects are found someplace outside of our home countries. The point is to only invest what you can afford to lose, no matter where you are! While I am hoping that events in specific parts of the globe will not deteriorate to the point where they will have an influence on my investments, I just need to be more attentive and examine the distribution of my assets more carefully by not putting all of my eggs in one basket.
Some questions and dilemmas.
Will the yield on the Midas token be increased? Yes! For example, if someone solely holds Midas coins, will they receive a bonus APY of more than 30 percent? Also, with lower yields on the way, I expect payment splits to be smaller, and the Midas coins to profit less. I enjoy the tokenomics of higher dividends for Midas holdings, but I'm concerned about how it will effect the long-term price trend.
Few words about MIDAS prices and the current scenario of the market.
Because alts will follow bitcoin, the Midas price now has its own supply and demand and is pegged to the FTM. If alts rise, FTM will rise, and MIDAS will profit from a 1:1 direct ratio. FTM increases by 60%, while Midas increases by 60%. Midas Buybacks have increased significantly month over month, with the April Buyback reaching a total of 382k$ in actual profits, reducing supply from the market. Now, Midas/BTC is a measure that I do not employ. All of my statistics and notes are in dollars. The Midas I invest in is measured in dollars, not bitcoins. And I know Midas will rise in value, the question is whether it will outperform BTC till the next halving in 2023-2024.
Buyback Growth in segments.
A higher level of profit from overall TVL management allows for a larger level of buybacks. The lower the price, the more Midas can buy back to maintain and absorb the constant inflation. The higher the price, the more new investors will join in, resulting in additional TVL rise and subsequent months showing growth in net profits created despite the decreased impact of coin buybacks/inflation mitigation. The current model is gorgeous in that it represents a daily dividend distribution from Midas staking rewards, as well as a weekly buyback event to supplement the distributed dividends with actual earnings.
Last word on Midas.Investments.
Midas has been innovative from the beginning, continually tracking financial trends, keeping us informed, educating us, and making the necessary modifications to this platform so that we may all achieve financial success greater than the majority of any traditional banking system could ever provide us. A superb platform with very few drawbacks. A public team that has been at the forefront of the shared market for over a year. They also grow into other places rather than remaining in the same location, which allows them to provide no fees. We should be grateful for their efforts. I have no idea what goes on in the background most of us don't. They are doing all of the legwork to keep us satisfied. I have a hunch that more excellent things are on the way in the crypto world.
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