If You Invested ₹1,000 In Polygon When Mark Cuban Took Interest In The Company, Here's How Much You'd Have Today

Polygon MATIC/USD known for its layer-2 scaling solution for Ethereum, offers a platform for developers to seamlessly build and deploy decentralized applications (DApps) on Ethereum, bypassing the notorious high gas fees and slow transaction speeds of the Ethereum mainnet.

However, 2023 hasn’t been the best of years for the crypto project after the sudden exit of the NFT collection, y00ts, from the Polygon network – one of the network’s most successful NFT collections over the years.

The Investment: Back on May 27, 2021, the world of crypto was abuzz when billionaire investor Mark Cuban announced his investment in the Polygon project. At that time, the price of Polygon’s MATIC token stood at $2.03, translating to approximately ₹147.58 with an exchange rate of ₹72.70.

If one had invested ₹1,000 in MATIC then, they would have secured 6.77 MATIC coins.

Fast forward to August 29, 2023, and with MATIC’s price plummeting to $0.55 or ₹45.53, that initial ₹1,000 investment would now be worth a mere ₹310.48, marking a 69% decrease on the initial investment.

See also: If You Invested ₹1,000 In Ethereum When The World’s First NFT Was Minted, Here’s How Much You’d Have Today

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Background: Recent news indicates that Polygon has faced a decline of more than 5% within a 24-hour span. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) decision to label MATIC as a ‘security led to a significant drop in its value, reaching a 2023 low of $0.58 on June 11th.

In response to regulatory scrutiny, the Polygon team hinted at transitioning from the existing MATIC token to a new token, tentatively termed POL. This move aims to navigate the regulatory challenges posed by the SEC and to enhance the token’s utility within the Polygon ecosystem.

Price Action: The recent bearish performance of Polygon has been a topic of concern for many. After the SEC’s announcement, MATIC’s value took a hit, reaching its lowest in 2023 at $0.58 on June 11th. Technical analysis suggests that the $0.60 mark is a crucial support zone for Polygon traders. If this support fails, MATIC might see a further decline, potentially reaching $0.30.

In conclusion, while the crypto market remains unpredictable, it’s essential for investors to stay informed and make decisions based on thorough research and analysis.

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Disclaimer: Benzinga India doesn’t give financial advice. The above article is for educational purposes alone.

Editor’s Note: Artificial intelligence was used as a secondary aid in the writing of this story. Investing in cryptocurrencies like Polygon involves significant risk due to their volatile nature. Investors should carefully consider their risk tolerance and investment goals before investing in the crypto market.

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