@Tryche, @aaron, thank you.
@Clint, I think this part of Aaron’s response deserves special emphasis. PRV is a utility token, and its specific utility is privacy. The coin acts as a veil to keep your crypto transactions private. Basically, you sell one type of crypto to buy PRV, and then you sell that PRV for the crypto you ultimately are after, all under the veil of the Incognito chain.
For example, let’s say I want to trade BTC for ETH, but I don’t want anyone to know about the transaction. First I would exchange the BTC for PRV. PRV isn’t the end goal though, so I don’t stop there. The final step is to sell that PRV for the ETH that I actually want. This is the primary use case of PRV: to be bought and sold in order to veil crypto transactions.
Because of this main use case, you will always see fluctuations, but we can take two major actions to mitigate them: stake PRV, and provide liquidity to the pairs we value most. As Aaron says: