Keplerswap: The rise of an Empire

Imagine likening keplerswap to the game of thrones (GOT) — using the “stark” dynasty as a case study.

This is a very good example and why not? over half of the world population saw the series and this include renowned people like Barrack Obama, Beyoncé Knowles, Jose Mourinho and to mention a few.

Unless you have been living under a rock, you have almost certainly seen or heard about Game of Thrones, the biggest blockbuster series of the last decade aired by HBO, Sky TV and many other major channels.

Game of thrones has many striking similarities with our very own crypto industry. From the show’s character development, tactics to claim the throne, persuasion and of course lust for power is quite similar to what we have seen in the tug of war between the core Bitcoin team (BTC) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH), or the infamous dispute between Tezos founders and other C-suite executives. A series with plenty of favorite headlines which ranges from the “first men” (which can be likened to bitcoin) to the “iron throne”, from the “red wedding” to the “battle of the bastards” and even to “trial by combats”, the list can go on and on.

Just like the way house stark was restored to lead the north through Sansa Stark after gaining victory in the battle of the bastards, Bran Stark was chosen as the new king of the seven kingdoms allowing the north to secede as an independent kingdom under the leadership of Sansa Stark and their half-brother Jon Snow returning to castle black to lead the troops of the night watch, this is the same way keplerswap is ready to take charge of the future of cryptocurrency especially after the blockchain is launched publicly by 2022, achieve decentralized autonomy organization and financial conversion of physical and digital assets by 2023.

On a final note, one thing is sure with keplerswap and it is that it can only keep rising but without falling, this is a project that is here to stay and should be embraced quickly for much more profit on the long run.