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I have a small understanding of crypto so I apologize if this question sounds stupid to people who know more
Take a polygon for example: from my understanding Polygon is a coin but also connected to software that makes the Ethereum blockchain more efficient in some way. It’s great that that software makes the blockchain more efficient, but how is buying the coin actually investing in how well that tech is doing?
And if buying the coin isn’t actually investing in that tech and it’s only based on supply and demand, then why should you buy any coin that isn’t just built to be used as a currency in the first place?
 

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I have a small understanding of crypto so I apologize if this question sounds stupid to people who know more
Take a polygon for example: from my understanding Polygon is a coin but also connected to software that makes the Ethereum blockchain more efficient in some way. It’s great that that software makes the blockchain more efficient, but how is buying the coin actually investing in how well that tech is doing?
And if buying the coin isn’t actually investing in that tech and it’s only based on supply and demand, then why should you buy any coin that isn’t just built to be used as a currency in the first place?
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