When conversations turn to cryptocurrency, Bitcoin and Ethereum are the two examples that come up. For some years, they’ve been around and are the most prominent and second-largest digital currencies by market capitalization. And for a good reason.
These coins’ popularity has caused their price to go up considerably over the years, but there was one point when you could buy both of these tokens for under a dollar.
There are thousands of cryptos currently in circulation and many more daily.
But which ones are the next Ethereum or Bitcoin? While it’s hard to imagine any crypto on the market right now following the same price trajectory as either Bitcoin or Ethereum, there are many coins with high utility, which investors can also buy for less than a dollar.
Here are the top ten,
This decentralized platform is an ecosystem where people and machines interact with guaranteed trust.
This blockchain provides flexibility and scalability for various applications operating on machines ranging from smart home devices to autonomous cars.
Amp token offers instant and verifiable assurances for any value transfer.
Amp’s system of collateral partitions and managers means specific networks can quickly secure transactions for various asset-related use cases.
Crypto.com Coin (CRO)
It seems this platform has been everywhere recently, renaming the Los Angeles arena formally known as The Staples Center to Crypto.com Arena.
This up-and-coming blockchain is a payment, trading, and financial services company.
Tron provides a network where artists can directly connect with their audience, bypassing centralized networks.
For instance, it means musicians can use Tron to sell music directly to their audience without paying an intermediary like iTunes or Spotify. Great project.
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Stellar (XLM) Price: US$0.2747
Transaction fees are a real problem for users of blockchains. Stellar’s platform is unique in that it charges a flat fee of 0.00001 XLM, which is minuscule.
This platform’s blockchain helps financial firms connect.
VeChain (VET) Price: US$0.07766
VeChain is best known for its work in the supply chain, which, given the disruptions brought about by Covid, make this a great one to watch out for.
Hedera (HBAR) Price: US$0.2821
Hedera’s sustainable public network allows individuals and businesses to create powerful decentralized applications (DApps).
This platform’s Hashgraph technically, which is different from blockchain technology, allows it to improve other blockchains in speed, cost, and scalability.
Harmony (ONE) Price: US$0.357
This blockchain allows for the creation of DApps but, through its sharding process, reduces node verification times, increasing speed and efficiency.
BitTorrent (BTT) Price: US$0.00251
You’ve probably heard of BitTorrent as a peer-to-peer file-sharing platform where people download movies and music. What you might not know is it’s become more and more decentralized recently after being acquired by Tron in 2018.
Since then, BitTorrent has also branched out into paid services, offering users “premium” platform versions.
Gala (GALA) Price: US$0.3268
Gala creates blockchain games with a mission to make the best blockchain games available. With the rise of the Metaverse, this is a good one to watch out for.
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