Fast. Secure. Open source. Permissionless. Opera kicks wholesale patoot when it comes to building decentralized applications, and the Fantom Opera mainnet is poised to revolutionize the way people think about blockchains. (Assuming they’re the kind of people who think about blockchains, as opposed to the more conventional kind of people who think about nothing.)
Tomb Finance – the first algorithmic stablecoin on Fantom Opera – has already garnered a massive reputation for printing cash faster than a Federal Reserve chairman who passed out on top of the cash printing button after drinking one too many cases of Veuve Clicquot. (Disclaimer: Nothing we say should ever be construed as financial advice because we absolutely HATE getting sued.)
But you know what? TOMB’s potential for earnings isn’t even its best aspect. That honor belongs to its logo: a weathered headstone with a three-toothed skull. At face value that skull’s expression looks vacant – possibly because its former owner is excessively dead – but savvy crypto users know what the Tomb Finance skull is really thinking. It’s thinking, “Man, everyone who ever doubted me is going to be groveling at my feet once I’m earning the gross domestic product of Canada on a weekly basis.” (Again – NOT financial advice. Never accept financial advice from anyone who’s trying to sell you a t-shirt.)
How many other t-shirts are just as suitable for crypto experts as they are goth kids?