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Capitalizing on Crypto’s Massive Financial Future

Cryptocurrency is quickly changing the future of finance. From the blockchain industry which is projected to top $67 billion by 2026 with an impressive CAGR of 68.4% to digital assets within the metaverse, like NFTs, which accounted for $41 billion of transaction in 2021 and will reach an incredible $670 billion by 2030, it’s all growing at breakneck speeds. 

Rogue Station Companies/Everdime Technologies, Inc. is capitalizing on these opportunities from multiple angles, developing Blockchain as a Service technology individuals and businesses alike can utilize for their own monetization opportunities, investments, and more. Whether it’s through providing knowledge or accessibility, the company is a catalyst for faster crypto adoption around the globe. They’re the engine driving us to those massive financial projections for the future of Web 3.0. 

Key Investment Considerations: 

Multiple Growing Markets

Everdime’s technology sits at the intersection of several booming aspects of Web 3.0, from NFTs to the blockchain as a whole and more. 

Initial Product Is in Beta Testing 

The eDime wallet launched in June of 2022, making Everdime ripe for value seeking investors looking for undervalued, young companies. 

Experienced Leadership 

Fresh off a name change from Rogue Companies to Everdime Technologies, the company is building a diverse leadership roster, including experienced executives and even a top global blockchain influencer.

A Snapshot of the Everdime Platform 

We’ve seen glimpses of the platform Everdime is building but have yet to see the full structure. That’s all coming. What the company is developing right now includes three mobile applications, to be exact, supporting various blockchain-based activities that will be easier to access than ever before for the everyday user:

Mobile Crypto Wallet

The mobile crypto wallet, aka eDime, turns a smartphone into a secure crypto wallet that can transfer and receive tokens. 

Gaming Crypto App 

This will utilize a crypto investing simulation game including more than 1,800 real tokens that users can choose from. Users can also search for and view NFTs on this app. 

NFT App 

The NFT app will streamline the creation of non-fungible tokens by everyday users via their mobile devices. Searching for, buying, and selling NFTs through the app are also possible, turning it into a one-stop marketplace for these digital assets. 

The eDime Wallet App

Everdime presents its technology as an all-in-one platform for buying and selling, spending, sending, exchanging, and even creating digital assets. But it has to start somewhere when building that bridge to the crypto boom. And that somewhere is the company’s eDime Wallet App, which entered full beta test mode in early June, 2022. We’ll watch the company build the rest of its metaverse empire from this starting point. 

Features of the Android and iOS supported app are a glimpse into Everdime’s all-in-one approach, where users will be offered enough tools and solutions in one place that little or nothing else will be needed to exchange, learn, or even create something of value within the blockchain. For example, the wallet is being integrated into Unity, a game building platform that can import NFTs in both 2D and 3D. 

This concept alone incorporates multiple functions that are seeing significant financial growth. Nearly $41 billion in cryptocurrency was spent in the NFT marketplace in 2021 while the digital assets themselves are reportedly valued at $38 billion — numbers which will contribute to the NFT market’s $670 billion value by 2030. Meanwhile, the app-based mobile gaming market is projected to reach $139.5 billion by 2026 as smartphones are well on their way to ubiquity. 

​​“Everdime’s been working hard with our various advisors to introduce a secure APP that’s ported to the popular flutter/dart technology stack for high-speed delivery and proven security to access more than 50 Blockchains, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Binance Chain, Solana platforms,” says Everdime SIO, Simon Smith. “Our revolutionary new Everdime APP will provide the ability to buy/sell and transfer Everdime Tokens within select game building platforms.”

Everdime CEO Sandor Miklos added, “The work that Simon and his team have provided not only gives our users security and confidence to store their cryptocurrencies; but when fully developed, allows them to rent out their customized Avatars and/or form in-game alliances with other players to gain in-play advantages.”

Capitalizing on the NFT and Token Minting Opportunities 

As you might have guessed from the unique and exciting features of the eDime wallet app, Everdime is very interested in the potential of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and fan tokens (FTs). They are actually central focus in the company’s plans for the near future. We’ve already pointed out the current value of NFTs on the market today as well as their projected value into the near future. So what value does this focus hold for Everdime, specifically? 

Well, most importantly, Everdime’s technology can empower individuals to monetize content and capitalize on this cultural phenomenon. In December, 2021, an NFT known as The Merge was sold for $91 million. Meanwhile, a single Lebron James NFT drew more than $21 million. Even a single tweet sold for $3 million in NFT form — all just drops in that $41 billion bucket. 

Now, who wouldn’t want to capitalize on this opportunity for themselves, knowing it could be their avatar, their design, or even their own tweet turned into the next million dollar NFT? The answer is nobody. And Everdime’s technology is geared toward both the creation and monetization aspects of that equation. 

This tool can be invaluable to individuals with large social media followings and even businesses creating their own content. Whether it’s art, music, or any other unique digital item being created, Everdime’s platform enables users to create NFTs, set their value, and even how many crypto tokens are created for each unique piece. This concept is applied to the minting of tokens through Everdime’s mobile app, as well, handing over a great deal of opportunity and potential to individual participants in the crypto market. 

Building a (Profitable) Bridge to the Metaverse 

Much of Everdime’s technology is still in development, requiring early investors to build a vision for the company’s future potential. Based on the numbers seen that potential is high: 

 

There are a lot of numbers to dissect here, but what they do show us about Everdime right now is a growing company sitting right at the intersection of several rapidly growing markets.

Actually, it’s not really fair to say they’re sitting at the intersection. Everdime is clearly building a bridge that connects our real financial future to the very exciting and very valuable metaverse. 

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Management 

Sandor Miklos, CEO & Director 

Sandor started his financial career as an Investment Advisor with ScotiaMcleod where he managed portfolios which included the Ontario Secondary Teachers Federation. An entrepreneur and early investor in private and public businesses with disruptive technologies, patents or unique products: Augme, Excel Mutual Funds, TSI Sports, Bulzi Media, Blue Socks Media. 

Simon Smith, Co-Founder & CTO 

After university, Simon worked as a researcher for oil-and-gas companies in the fields of electromagnetics and ultrasound. Simon worked in Europe and the Middle East managing complex technology in the Chemical, Utility and Mining industries. In 2002, Simon became the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and one of the founders of Detectent, a U.S.-based company providing software and analytics for the utility industry until it was acquired by Silver Springs Networks in 2014.

 

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