Adeniyi Abidemi
2 min readOct 6, 2021



It won’t be wrong to say that the early adopters, not the patient ones, eat the “fattest bones” in the cryptocurrency space. Oh, if you doubt it, check out those that bought into the then novel Bitcoin as at January 2009, for a price of almost $0. The very first big price increase occurred in 2010 when the value of 1 Bitcoin jumped from just a fraction of a penny to $0.08, and today, some twelve years later, a single Bitcoin sells for over $50,000 (precisely, $55,012.95 USD, as at the time of writing this article).

What does this say about innovations?

Bitcoin was originally designed for use as a medium for daily transactions and a way to avoid the traditional banking infrastructure after the 2008 financial collapse. It is gradually gaining mainstream traction as a currency, especially with financial institutions buying into it. Innovation eventually makes you a believer.

What about the seeds token?

The seeds token (SDS) is the governance token of the KeplerSwap, and through it will all of the innovations or use-cases be implemented.The same effect that the Bitcoin has on the way transactions was being done and subsequently on traditional finance can be expected from the KeplerSwap and its seeds token.

Why expect the same effect?

We have said that innovations begets enormous opportunities and as the pioneers of the DeFi 2.0, the KeplerSwap along with its seeds token are expected to shake the table of decentralized finance. With so much of its use-cases ranging from their referral program, to their weekly lucky pool, all the way down to the return of transaction fees almost totally back (95% return) to community users. The SDS is expected to hit the ground running quickly, to a tone of ×1000 token ( in my own non-financial opinion), and I won’t be surprised if a single SDS trades for a price of 1000 USDT in the nearest foreseeable future. Remember that innovations eventually makes you a believer!

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