TMS Network (TMSN) Takes Crypto Market by Storm: $4 Mio Presale Outpaces XMR & AVAX

• TMS Network (TMSN) is gaining huge traction with its presale, surpassing established cryptocurrencies like Monero (XMR) and Avalanche (AVAX).
• The platform provides educational resources and trading tools to facilitate effective decision-making for traders.
• Monero (XMR) has been experiencing a sharp decline due to regulatory pressure and privacy concerns.


The crypto market has seen an upsurge in the last few months, with investors abuzz as newcomer TMS Network (TMSN) generates immense momentum, outpacing established cryptocurrencies like Monero (XMR) and Avalanche (AVAX) in their presale progress.

What is TMS Network?

TMS Network is a decentralized trading platform that aims to address the growing issues about trading while offering users a new dawn at seamless, safer, and better trading. At its core, TMS Network emphasizes trading literacy by providing comprehensive educational resources for newbies to build their knowledge on. As part of its education program, it also provides trading signals, management apps, webinars etc. Additionally, it features impenetrable high-end encryption, multi-sig wallets security audits and periodic checks – making it a standout protocol when it comes to security and transparency. Its flexibility ease of use and scalability have attracted investors during the ongoing presale which has seen price surge of 2240% to $0.05 per token so far.

Monero’s Decline

Privacy focused cryptocurrency Monero (XMR), however has experienced a sharp decline in value due to increasing government regulations around cryptocurrency transactions particularly in the US along with mounting privacy concerns.


The success of TMS Network with its advanced tools trader education programs secure infrastructure and flexible protocols makes it an attractive option for investors looking for profitable returns from their investments in the long run . On the other hand Monero’s struggles against increasing government regulations could be difficult to overcome without necessary steps being taken by authorities towards more favorable regulations .