ETN thinks they are capable of single handedly bringing about a $3 trillion market. Although I think this entire space is worth 10x that, I do not believe a project like ETN will have such a drastic impact on the way the cryptocurrency market is viewed. I do think that they play a beneficial role in the overall space, but claiming that they will bring about a bull run is saying a little too much.
I agree that the idea of Electroneum is very interesting and modern. The team and the developers want to cover the huge market of mobile and online gambling. The team is purposeful, the tasks for the development and implementation of such a platform are not very easy, and there may be a lull now because of not very favorable market conditions, although this should not hinder the development and modernization of the platform.
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