Analyst Craig Percoco unveils 3 low-cap NFT projects with massive potential to explode
As NFT hype is still around the corner, high-profile analyst Craig Percoco discusses 3 undervalued low-cap NFT projects with strong fundamental and explosive features to grow 100x.
WEYU is the world’s first Multi-Chain Platform designed specifically for the NFT resale market. As the tokenization of items such as collectibles, art, music, content, property, and everything in-between becomes the norm, WEYU says that the mass adoption tipping point will come from simple-to-use platforms that cater to the average internet user. The project also promises to create the best user experience for all NFTs across multiple blockchains that is simple and engaging for both resellers and aftermarket buyers.
“They’re focusing on the biggest issue I see in the NFT space right now which is connectability and ease of use for the users,”
The analyst also highlights that Weyu is the only NFT platform that is able to have multiple blockchain access within one space.
Next on the list is Verasity (VRA). Verasity is a protocol and product layer platform for Esports and Video Entertainment. Verasity will significantly increase advertising revenues for video publishers on any video platform through its rewarded player and ad stack utilizing its patented protocol layer on the blockchain – Proof of View.
“That’s going to allow ad agencies to see if real people are actually watching their ads. There’s a huge market in that alone. Just considering the amount of fraud that’s committed 160 billion dollars. Even if 10% of that fraud can go back into business for VTA, we could see massive growth in this project overall.”
Launched in 2017, Livepeer is the first live video streaming network protocol that is fully decentralized. The platform aims to become a viable blockchain-based, economically efficient alternative to centralized broadcasting solutions for all new and existing broadcaster companies.
According to the trader, any video streaming service that requires transcoding can benefit from the Livepeer service. By providing low-cost transcoding Livepeer believes it can also offer a number of use cases such as pay-as-you-use consumption.
In terms of the selling point of Livepeer, the analyst says that decentralized network Livepeer is able to minimize those costs, which should enable new types of video driven apps to come into existence, and new video business models to be developed. And for the consumers, they are now able to earn for providing computing power, rather than paying the centralized services for providing video service.