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Gnosis (GNO) Is Only Top-Tier Currency Remaining in Green, Here's Why


u.today 19 August 2022 12:47, UTC
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Unfortunately, at the end of the week, a large portion of the cryptocurrency market faced an unpleasant correction that caused up to 10% plunges in the last 24 hours on various assets. Gnosis is one of a few assets that remained in the "green zone," and here's why.

According to the most recent post by MakerDAO, GnosisDAO has submitted MIP6 Collateral Onboarding Proposal for GNO, which is the organization's governance token. With the new proposal, the target is to generate at least 30 million DAI against GNO collateral within the first year of collaboration.

The @GnosisDAO has submitted a MIP6 Collateral Onboarding Proposal for GNO, its governance token.

The proposal aims to generate at least 30 million DAI against the GNO collateral within the first year. https://t.co/PmubzWsOyN

— MakerDAO Growth (@MakerGrowth) August 18, 2022

The onboarding application was welcomed warmly by the MakeDAO community, considering Gnosis' rich experience in the industry and positive image in the space. The project was founded back in 2015 by Stefan George and Martin Koppelmann as a part of ConsenSys. Back in 2017, Gnosis became an independent entity and separated itself from ConsenSys.

By onboarding on MakerDAO, Gnosis will become available for users of MakerDAO, which is going to attract more investments to GNO and potentially push the value of the cryptocurrency higher.

GNO technical analysis

In a similar way to other cryptocurrencies, GNO showed successful performance a few days ago, gaining around 15% to its value and reinforcing its position above the 50-day moving average.

While other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum are on their way down to new local lows, GNO avoided the crash and still remains in the local uptrend it entered back in July.

At press time, the token is changing hands at around $183 and losing more than 7% of its value, which is relatively acceptable considering the asset's volatility.

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