Token Burning

In general, a high demand for a limited product leads to a deflationary situation, which will generally have an impact on the price of the OMNIS token aswell. We amplify this effect by having each transaction burning 4% of the tokens. As you can see, here too the issue of inflation protection and scarcity comes to mind. We believe that at least some inflation protection can be granted.

As representatives of the modern portfolio theory according to Markowitz, we must also mention that diversification is the be-all and end-all when investing money. This means that investments in crypto involve high opportunities but also high risks. Never invest all of your assets in one asset class, rather diversify. With that being said you should invest a maximum of 5-10% of your assets in cryptocurrencies.

Why the comparison with gold?

Gold is simple tangible, i.e. we can touch gold and hoard it as metal, for example at home. However, cryptos like OMNIS are digital, complex encrypted and often not understandable for everyone.

Anyone who has ever made a transaction with cryptos knows how quickly a transaction is processed. That is why we are convinced in the enormous potential for growth in OMNIS because our well-known payment system can be easily revolutionized. Cryptocurrencies are often countered by the fact that they have no intrinsic value. One counteracts this simply because gold has no particular use for us humans either. Gold shines only with its beauty and scarcity. From an industrial point of view gold doesn’t even come close to its current market price. For OMNIS, a comparison between gold and cryptocurrencies is therefore justifiable.

By investing in gold OMNIS offers its investors a combination of both worlds much more than just representing a comparison (see “STABLE” for more).

Based on the BNB chain, the OMNIS token is also a DeFi token that offers financial services based on decentralized blockchain technology. This decentralized technology is in contrast to the previously known service providers in the financial sector who are centrally organized, i.e. controlled by a single institution such as a central bank or a supervisory body. Due to the decentralized technology, we at OMNIS are convinced that the common disadvantages of the central organizational structure such as central weak points, monopoly position and bureaucratic obstacles can be overcome.

We allow ourselves an example:

In a normal banking relationship the bank determines the conditions because it determines who receives a loan, which amount and under which conditions. In such an example, decentralized technology offers significant advantages. In a decentralized network everyone can offer the conditions under the same and transparent conditions and must face this competition. In addition, decentralized finance is easily accessible and inclusive.