$Brrr Tokenset Is Now Live — Time to Opt out of the Brrr-oken System.
Today, we’re excited to launch the Money Printer Go Brrr Set. This Tokenset opts you out of the largest monetary and fiscal policy experiment in human history.
There is a 0% introductory entry fee at the moment!
The team behind the algorithm, ADL, has experience in software and deep learning algorithm development that spans across more than 5 years.
“Quant models can generate outsized risk-adjusted returns. It uses math to place the right trades at the right time with the right size.”
For users, the first step is to wrap your Ethereum and wrapped Bitcoin into this Set. If you don’t hold any, you can also use other cryptocurrencies such as DAI, USDC or LINK in a one-step simple process.
Users can rely on the ADL algorithm to automatically re-balance between Bitcoin or Ethereum. Since each Set holds the underlying token in its vault, holding the Set for the long-term requires no additional step for users. Taxes vary greatly by jurisdiction. You can refer to the Tokensets FAQ here.
Some digital asset managers liken Bitcoin to “hurricane insurance”. Others liken Ethereum to a more direct substitute for the existing financial system. Popular terms such as decentralized finance or #DeFi comes to mind.
The Streaming and Performance Fee is a new feature launched today that aligns our incentives with Set holders!
We can hope this so-called “catastrophic insurance policy” will never be needed in the age of fiscal irresponsibility. But if it is needed, perhaps the owner may be protected against a worst case scenario — when the money printer really go brrr.
Introductory 0% Buy Fee for a limited time only!
The launch of the BRRR tokenset comes with an introductory 0% buy fee for all new users to the Set. Check out the Set here.
Past performance is no guarantee for future performance. The above references an opinion and is for information purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. And no…wrapping your cryptocurrency in this Set is not actual insurance. In the grand scheme of things, it may or may not behave as such.