These are gas tokens for their respective networks and work the same as ether on Ethereum. You need them to transact, but, unlike ether, there is limited supply of ONE and MATIC. So, in terms of “making money,” I’d first ask how you feel about Ethereum and then, assuming you don’t have the same concerns there, why you feel differently about Harmony and Polygon.

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software engineer & manager of people

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