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ALLAN DONG 1 week ago
Dogecoin/Ethereum
onur 1 week ago
chiliz, doge
millions 1 week ago
I think Doge coin will be !
Mira 1 week ago
Binance Coin (BNB)
Clara 1 week ago
(bnb)... yes
Clara 1 week ago
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
king 1 week ago
BitcoinBTC
lama 1 week ago
coins polygon and holo, they have already gone up by 35% and 22% respectively some people say that it will crash down but I think it will increase its value.

you can also try tron it is sure to give you profit
TipTop Shoppers 1 week ago
i think ethereum, possibly doge
Sasi 1 week ago
Altcoins
MJP72 1 week ago
Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Binance Coin.
Constantine 1 week ago
I think Bitcoin
patrick brown 1 week ago
Read this article very interesting https://www.greedyrates.ca/blog/will-next-bitcoin/
Tyler McNish 1 week ago
ETH, BTC, LTC. others that won't go up by 100 right away but are great value and will be worth a lot in long run: DOT, ATOM, THETA, LINK and possibly NANO
mehmet 1 week ago
lite coin (ltc)
dee 1 week ago
SafeMoon or FRM
Daniel Elizondo 1 week ago
Look for %100 gains in ADA Cardano one all time highs are past it will go to the moon
Daniel Elizondo 1 week ago
Look for %100 gains in ADA Cardano one all time highs are past it will go to the moon
Shane 1 week ago
tron will go up
Shane 1 week ago
and bitcoincash maybe
VYSHNAV S 1 week ago
Ethereum,ADA
Vaskor 1 week ago
Dogecoin or Bitcoin
Ashok 1 week ago
doge coin
ASHOK PRAKASH CHOUGULE 1 week ago
Bitcoin and etherum these two crypto coin will go up by more than 100 in the next month
Aykut Celik 1 week ago
NEO not financial advice
The Flying Ferret 1 week ago
Dogecoin, Suscoin, Eutherum, and Muskcoin.
neo.smasher70 1 week ago
bitcoin is the fastest growing online income nowadays
Armie Valencia 1 week ago
DOGE COIN and XRP
Armie Valencia 1 week ago
Doge coin and xrp
Nazım 1 week ago
BTT or doge coin
Poorva 1 week ago
Ethereum will definitely scale 100x times
Rick James 1 week ago
Etherium 2.0. Its an improvement on the already popular Etherium (The second largext crypto). https://decrypt.co/resources/what-is-ethereum-2-0
Kashi Ram Rana 1 week ago
i think ethereum
Ali Crypto 1 week ago
SXP IOTA CAKE bnb 1inch
Anesu Chinyoka 1 week ago
Dogecoin because of the high publicity
nav mav 1 week ago
Dogecoin / Ethereum
Arptata 1 week ago
Bitcoin Gold (BTG), Solana (SOL), DOGE, NANO, DEGO.
Parvez143 1 week ago
I think bitcoin
Sepani Bogahawatta 1 week ago
Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Ethereum, and Litecoin round out the top 5 cryptos.
Oltion Kotorri 1 week ago
doge and ethereum
Gagan Narayan 1 week ago
BTC for sure.
matthiasb 1 week ago
Ethereum and Doge
wahidjumaizah 1 week ago
eth, doge, and xrp
Olayiwola Oluwafemi 1 week ago
Shiva inu and Akita
Amk 6 days ago
coinbit
Mehmet Sezgin 6 days ago
Kesinlikle Dodge COİN artacak
elie 6 days ago
i think in my opinion the nano and pi are doing a great impression and i think they will progress
dante 6 days ago
Bitcoin > Ethereum
Ebrahim Sheibani 6 days ago
ADA is good crypto
malik 6 days ago
binance coin will
Deen 6 days ago
LiteCoin
Abishu Kurkie 6 days ago
https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/the-top-28-cryptocurrencies-to-know-in-2021%3A-btc-eth-doge-and-more-2021-02-17
Andrea Watkins 6 days ago
Ethereum and Dogecoin are the most likely to be the next big gainers such as Bitcoin.
dark3vil6 6 days ago
Ethereum 50%
Dotun 6 days ago
Doge coin
BoT 6 days ago
doge for sure
Mbstech 6 days ago
this is dogecoin
ARAF ahmed 6 days ago
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ARAF ahmed 6 days ago
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ARAF ahmed 6 days ago
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kush 6 days ago
doge coin
Matteo 6 days ago
Binance Coin
Matteo 6 days ago
Binance Coin
Venkatesh R 6 days ago
Dogecoin or BTC
Abdi 5 days ago
bitcoin cash
NFB 5 days ago
bitcoin
josh 5 days ago
safeemoon
josh 5 days ago
safemoon
Kunal Salve 5 days ago
Holo chain (Hot) coin pump 100 next month holo chain is great project
Max Miller 5 days ago
None of them, not reasonable at all.
f 5 days ago
Ethereum
MRAD 4 days ago
Ethereum! 100%
Ajay Singh 4 days ago
Dogecoin 100% sure
Mpro 4 days ago
Dogecoin / ETH / BCH
Chandresh Viramgama 4 days ago
Dogecoin and Ethereum
Bogdan Aciobanitii 3 days ago
There are couple of them, and depends on what exchange market you are on.
For Binance I would suggest FIRO. As of today has increased 63%!
On Gate.io I would suggest ISP and MTN which both of them already pass 200%!!!!
Caras Iulian 3 days ago
the most profitable coin that will go 100X in a month it is doge coin
vanessa 3 days ago
Conheça abaixo as 5 criptomoedas que mais se valorizaram em 2021 até o momento:
Dogecoin, com valorização anual acumulada de 6.459%
BitTorrent, com 2.685% de alta em 2021.
Solana, com alta acumulada de 1.749% no ano.
Binance Coin, com valorização anual acumulada de 1.169%
VeChain, com 1.111% de alta em 2021.
Christian Ruiz 3 days ago
Estuve analizando una gran parte de ellas. Tengo dos favoritas: MATIC y DOGE. Ambos me parecen proyectos sólidos que cuentan con una gran acogida por parte de la gente. Otro también a destacar es MIOTA.
Tanmay Singh Birwal 3 days ago
Ethereum and dogecoin
Amen 2 days ago
bitcoin
https://www.google.com/search?q=bitcoin+price+prediction+june+2021&sxsrf=ALeKk00ABfg7GHFXm8WK99OhWFPXKvtsqQ%3A1620476187263&ei=G4GWYOHBD9CE9PwP4uOakAk&oq=bitcoin+price+prediction+june&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EAEYADICCAAyAggAMgYIABAWEB4yBQgAEIYDMgUIABCGAzIFCAAQhgM6BwgjEOoCECc6BAgjECc6CwgAELEDEIMBEJECOgsILhCxAxDHARCjAjoOCC4QsQMQgwEQxwEQowI6CAgAELEDEIMBOgkIIxAnEEYQggI6BAgAEEM6DQgAEIcCELEDEIMBEBQ6CggAEIcCELEDEBQ6CgguELEDEIMBEEM6CggAELEDEIMBEEM6BwgAELEDEEM6BAguEEM6BQgAELEDOg8IABCxAxCDARBDEEYQggI6BQgAEMkDUOiQGlimgRxg_JYcaAFwAngCgAH0CIgBgl2SAQ8yLTExLjEwLjIuMi4yLjKYAQCgAQGqAQdnd3Mtd2l6sAEKwAEB&sclient=gws-wiz

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Abhay 2 days ago
Simple answer: Nano

Long answer: Nano has the best ecosystem, it is instant feeless and used on many platform like Nanomart.cc and travala.com
Abel91 2 days ago
doge coin
cesar pilongo jr 2 days ago
doge coin and BNB
André reis 2 days ago
Binance Coin (BNB)
André reis 2 days ago
Binance Coin (BNB)
André reis 2 days ago
Binance Coin (BNB)
André reis 2 days ago
Binance Coin (BNB)
André reis 2 days ago
Binance Coin (BNB)
Hakan 2 days ago
Definitely Binance Coin will increase, and it will continue to increase. According to my prediction, BNB will be the most valuable coin after BTC.
Joseph Ochieng' Nyandusi 2 days ago
If you haven’t yet taken notice, Bitcoin has made an incredible recovery recently. As of February 2021, Bitcoin is rapidly surging and has reached a new record high of $58211.20 USD per coin.

#BITCOIN
Joseph Ochieng' Nyandusi 2 days ago
If you haven’t yet taken notice, Bitcoin has made an incredible recovery recently. As of February 2021, Bitcoin is rapidly surging and has reached a new record high of $58211.20 USD per coin.

#BITCOIN
creepycure 2 days ago
for sure eth
jackandrew2253 1 day ago
Binance Coin For sure
John Downes 1 day ago
Ethereum Classic
SixCode 1 day ago
XRP(Ripple) I Think
Adam 1 day ago
Bitcoin BTC
Patson 1 day ago
Cryptoblades / binance coin
Eloi Rochard 19 hours ago
Basic attention token
Sithu78 19 hours ago
Bitcoin cash
Lite coin
Ethereum
Doge coin
And bitcoin
Moses 19 hours ago
Dodge coins
Hugo 17 hours ago
Bitcoin seems to go to get better.
Ethereum also, but no so hard.
Finally, Stellar Lumens and Dogecoin are going to get better, but not so hard as 100.
Omenogor victory 17 hours ago
1. Bitcoin

In May 2020, the first and major cryptocurrency developers will offer 50% reduced rewards – 6.25 BTC instead of 12.5 BTC for each verified block. However, apart from that, Bitcoin is likely to bring the dominance index to 65-70% compared to other altcoins. In such a way, it can become the cryptocurrency with the largest market capitalization. These factors may significantly affect the growth of its price in 2020. Active use of Lightning Network may also change the BTC ecosystem. It will enable the implementation of Bitcoin in decentralized applications, micropayments, and e-commerce platforms. The current Bitcoin price (January 28, 2020) is $8 994,85.

2. Ethereum

Unlike Bitcoin, Ethereum is based on practical smart contracts used by many projects for the digitalization of transactions. The currency value may increase due to the increasing demand for its blockchain and functions, rather than a deficit of the asset as it happens with BTC right now. A major role in the success or failure of this currency will depend on upcoming fork updates and rapid implementation of the Proof-of-Stake algorithm. The approval by regulatory organizations and community decision to de-list ETH from the list of altcoins may also affect its price growth in 2020. The current ETH price is $171,38.

3. NEO

The NEO project is often included in different cryptocurrency investment ratings for the next year. This cryptocurrency breaks many stereotypes, including being the first open-source token originated from China. It claims to transform the traditional financial system by combining digital and real assets. Its unique Superconduct trading mechanism allows users to trust the funds through a decentralized platform. So, NEO’s appliance is beyond doubt, as its rapid demand growth. NEO may even hold an ICO, but so far it is trading at the level of $11,14 USD per token. The current NEO price is $11,14.

4. EOS

Chinese experts, according to CoinTelegraph, really like to include EOS to the list of the most promising cryptocurrencies for the next few years. Even if you don’t know much about crypto coins, it is definitely worth your investment in 2020. If Twitter, Uber, and Amazon ever move to a blockchain, the core of their work will definitely be EOS. The EOS system is free of Ethereum problems with scalability and it is ready to replace other competitive blockchains. If Ethereum fails, EOS can level up to 100 USD per token. EOS achievements become possible thanks to the consensus algorithm of delegated proof of ownership (DPoS) and an infinite number of similar blockchains. The current EOS price is $3,94.

5. Ripple

Some experts call XRP the “king of banking infrastructure”. The successful partnership with major financial market players made the Ripple ecosystem a breakthrough in the crypto industry. Take the latest integration with Western Union and the potential replacement of SWIFT to accelerate and reduce the cost of large money transfers between counterparties. However, do not expect huge profits with XRP in 2020, it is good for long-term investment. Even with the most optimistic approach, XRP price is unlikely to rise above 0.7 USD in the next couple of years. The current XRP price is $0,233759.
alazar 16 hours ago
Ethereum/doge
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Ewan 15 hours ago
I think litecoin is literally the best crypto to invest in as it has so much potential
Jasmine 13 hours ago
Bitcoin cash (BCH)
suresh 10 hours ago
No. 1: Bitcoin (BTC)

FCAS score: 907

Why it was created: Bitcoin is the crypto that started it all back in 2009. The 2008 financial crisis inspired a mysterious figure known as Satoshi Nakamoto to build a decentralized cryptocurrency outside of the control of central banks and governments.

Why it matters: Bitcoin has emerged as a "store of value" akin to gold. That's why so many investors are buying it – retail investors as well as prominent billionaires. The main reasons for this are scarcity and security. Regarding scarcity, only 21 million bitcoins will ever exist, and nearly 19 million have already been mined. As for security, the network itself has never been hacked or compromised. That's a testament to the code that runs the network as well as the enormous amount of computing power the miners use to verify the Bitcoin blockchain. While Bitcoin can't do a lot of the fancy tricks other cryptos can do, its role as digital gold ensures it will remain the leader. Look for the Bitcoin price to reach $100,000 by Labor Day.

No. 2: Ethereum (ETH)

FCAS score: 971

Why it was created: Ethereum, the No. 2 crypto, was the brainchild of Vitalik Buterin. Fascinated by Bitcoin, he sought to create a blockchain platform capable of executing "smart contracts." Such a contract executes when the software determines that the conditions set forth in the code (and agreed upon by the participants) have been met.

Why it matters: The "smart contract" concept is responsible for much of the innovation in crypto today. Most of DeFi is built on the foundation of the Ethereum network. Hundreds of cryptocurrency tokens built on standards like ERC-20 run on Ethereum. In short, Ethereum is a vital piece of the "crypto economy." In some ways, it has become a victim of its own success, resulting in network congestion and soaring transaction fees. That's why a major upgrade, Ethereum 2.0, is in the works and expected to deploy over the next year or so. This upgrade will make the network more scalable and secure. But it's a major change. Any serious hiccups in this transition could affect the whole crypto ecosystem. ETH is up about 147% in 2021.
No. 3: Cardano (ADA)

FCAS score: 963

Why it was created: The Cardano project started in 2015 by founder Charles Hoskinson, who had also helped found Ethereum. It had its ICO in 2017. Hoskinson set out to create a "third generation" cryptocurrency that would solve common crypto issues like scalability, security, and interoperability. Unlike most cryptocurrencies, which borrow heavily from existing projects, Cardano's code was built from scratch.

Why it matters: Think of Cardano as the tortoise of crypto, with all the others as hares. Hoskinson put together a team of top-notch developers and assigned them to work on Cardano's modules. The code is also published and peer-reviewed along the way – a degree of diligence unheard of elsewhere in crypto. This project was long overlooked because of its painstaking development process. But Cardano is among the top projects for developer activity now. Upgrades to the protocol are coming one right after the other. This is a network that can handle smart contracts, DeFi, NFTs, and just about anything else in the crypto universe. And traders have started to notice – the price has soared 565% since Jan. 1.

No. 4: Polkadot (DOT)

FCAS score: 905

Why it was created: The Switzerland-based Web3 Foundation created Polkadot in 2016, with the ICO taking place in 2017. Among the founders is Gavin Wood, a co-founder of Ethereum. Wood sought to create a crypto designed from the ground up to use the "proof of stake" network verification system, as opposed to the "proof of work" system that Bitcoin and (for now) Ethereum use. Polkadot also seeks to bridge public and private blockchains, permission-less networks, and oracles (the sources of data that settle smart contracts).

Why it matters: As a multichain network, Polkadot can process multiple transactions in parallel, making it easy to scale. The key idea here is that Polkadot can transfer any kind of data across not just its own blockchain, but others as well. The versatility of this network lends itself to a wide range of use cases, from smart contracts, to file storage chains, to Internet of things chains that will help enable device-to-device communications. There are already nearly 400 projects being built on the Polkadot network. And traders have noticed the immense potential – the price of DOT is up about 274% so far in 2021.

No. 5: XRP (XRP)

FCAS score: 831

Why it was created: A company called Ripple released XRP in 2012. The goal was to create a fast, secure global payments system that could compete with legacy systems such as SWIFT. It was conceived by Jed McCaleb (who later went on to create Stellar).

Why it matters: XRP is one of the oldest cryptocurrencies, and it has a large and loyal following. But it has a complicated history that has come back to bite it in 2021 – namely, the link between Ripple the company and XRP the token. It's why the token is now known only as "XRP," not "Ripple." In December, the SEC, wary of cryptocurrencies that may be securities, filed a case against Ripple executives Chris Larsen and Brad Garlinghouse. The case alleges the 14.6 billion units of XRP they sold to the public were unregistered securities. This is a cloud over XRP that has restrained its price. However, once the SEC case has been decided, the XRP price will likely jump up. Ripple says hundreds of financial institutions are using its RippleNet service, which is the primary use for XRP tokens (which doesn't violate any securities laws). Be cautious with this crypto.

No. 6: Uniswap (UNI)

FCAS score: 911

Why it was created: Great story. A rival decentralized crypto exchange, SushiSwap, created its own token (SUSHI) to reward its users and serve as a governance mechanism (holders of the token can vote on changes to the protocol). That move swayed a lot of Uniswap customers to switch to SushiSwap. So Uniswap also created its own reward/governance token, the UNI, to lure them back. The UNI is an ERC-20 token that piggybacks on the Ethereum network.

Why it matters: The UNI token is now an integral part of the Uniswap exchange, where crypto users can "swap" tokens without trading them on a centralized exchange like Kraken or Binance. As one of the largest decentralized exchanges, Uniswap is a key player in the rapidly growing world of decentralized finance. And it's building a moat. Just this week, Uniswap released a new version to increase its capital efficiency and prevent others from copying its code as SushiSwap did. While the UNI doesn't have the utility of Cardano or Polkadot, it does serve an important niche role. And traders have been snapping it up, making it the No. 1 DeFi token by market cap. UNI is up 477% since Jan. 1.

No. 7: Chainlink (LINK)

FCAS score: 932

Why it was created: A company called SmartContract.com created Chainlink in 2017 via an ICO. The purpose was to create a decentralized oracle network, with "oracles" being the source of data required to settle smart contracts running on networks like Ethereum. LINK is an ERC-677 token, a more advanced standard that's backwards-compatible with the earlier, more common ERC-20 standard.

Why it matters: Chainlink's oracle serves as a "middleman" between smart contracts and the data sources. It provides the secure, reliable link to data required to make smart contracts trustworthy. Chainlink is also a core piece of the DeFi ecosystem, which depends heavily on smart contracts. Many top DeFi projects use it, including Aave, Synthetix, and yearn.finance. Throughout crypto, more than 400 projects use Chainlink's oracle network. Several Big Tech names also have partnered with Chainlink, including Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL), Oracle Corp. (NASDAQ: ORCL), and Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC). Chainlink is also working with SWIFT. The World Economic Forum named it one of the 100 most promising technology pioneers of 2020. In February, Chainlink launched a major upgrade that added access to 10 times more data. The LINK price is up 148% since Jan. 1 and more than 500% since I first wrote about it last June.
No. 8: Stellar Lumens (XLM)

FCAS score: 909

Why it was created: Jed McCaleb left the Ripple project to create Stellar in 2014. He wanted to create a crypto to make cross-currency transfers easy and cheap. The name of the token is Lumens.

Why it matters: If you want to send US$100 to a person in Japan and have them receive it in yen in a matter of seconds for a negligible fee, Stellar is the system you want. This avoids wire transfers that require high fees and take three to five days. Sending remittances is the primary use case. Stellar has partnered with International Business Machines Inc. (NYSE: IBM) to create the IBM World Wire, which offers the quick currency transfer service to financial institutions worldwide. So Stellar could benefit if XRP takes any damage from the SEC case. Stellar isn't often in the crypto spotlight, but it's a solid project with a strong focus. The Stellar Lumens token is up 175% so far this year.

No. 9: Dogecoin (DOGE)

FCAS score: 860

Why it was created: Jackson Palmer, a product manager with Adobe Inc. (NASDAQ: ADBE) and Billy Markus, a software developer at IBM, created Dogecoin in 2013 to satirize the early hype around cryptocurrencies. It's a fork of Litecoin. They adopted a meme of a Japanese Shibu Inu dog as the official Doge logo.

Why it matters: Frankly, Dogecoin shouldn't really be on this list. Dogecoin was all but forgotten by 2018. But people rediscovered it in 2019 when Elon Musk started tweeting about it. In January, a group of Redditor investors sought to push the price of DOGE from less than a penny to $1. They failed, but did manage to produce a peak gain of 1,400% from Jan. 1 to Feb. 8. All that despite the fact Dogecoin had no use case. But that changed suddenly on March 4, when billionaire Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, said the NBA team would accept Dogecoin as payment for tickets and merchandise. While it's mainly a publicity stunt, who knows where this might lead. This old dog keeps coming up with new tricks.

No. 10: Aave (AAVE)

FCAS score: 905

Why it was created: Aave has its roots in the ETHLend cryptocurrency launched in 2017. Founder Stani Kulechov noted a lack of borrowing and lending applications on the Ethereum network and set out to fill the void. That makes it a DeFi pioneer. AAVE is an ERC-20 token.

Why it matters: At this point, there is no shortage of borrowing and lending on Ethereum, as last year's explosion in DeFi proved. But Aave has a few distinct features, such as flash loans, a pointed effort to maintain decentralization, and complete network transparency. These features give borrowers and lenders a clear picture of Aave's financial health at all times. Aave also allows borrowers to choose between fixed and variable interest rates. Aave has nearly $5 billion worth of locked assets, about a third of the market. And there's an active and growing developer team, with code commits growing 763% last year according to a report by Outlier Ventures. The AAVE token is up about 310% year to date.
suresh 10 hours ago
No. 1: Bitcoin (BTC)

FCAS score: 907

Why it was created: Bitcoin is the crypto that started it all back in 2009. The 2008 financial crisis inspired a mysterious figure known as Satoshi Nakamoto to build a decentralized cryptocurrency outside of the control of central banks and governments.

Why it matters: Bitcoin has emerged as a "store of value" akin to gold. That's why so many investors are buying it – retail investors as well as prominent billionaires. The main reasons for this are scarcity and security. Regarding scarcity, only 21 million bitcoins will ever exist, and nearly 19 million have already been mined. As for security, the network itself has never been hacked or compromised. That's a testament to the code that runs the network as well as the enormous amount of computing power the miners use to verify the Bitcoin blockchain. While Bitcoin can't do a lot of the fancy tricks other cryptos can do, its role as digital gold ensures it will remain the leader. Look for the Bitcoin price to reach $100,000 by Labor Day.

No. 2: Ethereum (ETH)

FCAS score: 971

Why it was created: Ethereum, the No. 2 crypto, was the brainchild of Vitalik Buterin. Fascinated by Bitcoin, he sought to create a blockchain platform capable of executing "smart contracts." Such a contract executes when the software determines that the conditions set forth in the code (and agreed upon by the participants) have been met.

Why it matters: The "smart contract" concept is responsible for much of the innovation in crypto today. Most of DeFi is built on the foundation of the Ethereum network. Hundreds of cryptocurrency tokens built on standards like ERC-20 run on Ethereum. In short, Ethereum is a vital piece of the "crypto economy." In some ways, it has become a victim of its own success, resulting in network congestion and soaring transaction fees. That's why a major upgrade, Ethereum 2.0, is in the works and expected to deploy over the next year or so. This upgrade will make the network more scalable and secure. But it's a major change. Any serious hiccups in this transition could affect the whole crypto ecosystem. ETH is up about 147% in 2021.
No. 3: Cardano (ADA)

FCAS score: 963

Why it was created: The Cardano project started in 2015 by founder Charles Hoskinson, who had also helped found Ethereum. It had its ICO in 2017. Hoskinson set out to create a "third generation" cryptocurrency that would solve common crypto issues like scalability, security, and interoperability. Unlike most cryptocurrencies, which borrow heavily from existing projects, Cardano's code was built from scratch.

Why it matters: Think of Cardano as the tortoise of crypto, with all the others as hares. Hoskinson put together a team of top-notch developers and assigned them to work on Cardano's modules. The code is also published and peer-reviewed along the way – a degree of diligence unheard of elsewhere in crypto. This project was long overlooked because of its painstaking development process. But Cardano is among the top projects for developer activity now. Upgrades to the protocol are coming one right after the other. This is a network that can handle smart contracts, DeFi, NFTs, and just about anything else in the crypto universe. And traders have started to notice – the price has soared 565% since Jan. 1.

No. 4: Polkadot (DOT)

FCAS score: 905

Why it was created: The Switzerland-based Web3 Foundation created Polkadot in 2016, with the ICO taking place in 2017. Among the founders is Gavin Wood, a co-founder of Ethereum. Wood sought to create a crypto designed from the ground up to use the "proof of stake" network verification system, as opposed to the "proof of work" system that Bitcoin and (for now) Ethereum use. Polkadot also seeks to bridge public and private blockchains, permission-less networks, and oracles (the sources of data that settle smart contracts).

Why it matters: As a multichain network, Polkadot can process multiple transactions in parallel, making it easy to scale. The key idea here is that Polkadot can transfer any kind of data across not just its own blockchain, but others as well. The versatility of this network lends itself to a wide range of use cases, from smart contracts, to file storage chains, to Internet of things chains that will help enable device-to-device communications. There are already nearly 400 projects being built on the Polkadot network. And traders have noticed the immense potential – the price of DOT is up about 274% so far in 2021.

No. 5: XRP (XRP)

FCAS score: 831

Why it was created: A company called Ripple released XRP in 2012. The goal was to create a fast, secure global payments system that could compete with legacy systems such as SWIFT. It was conceived by Jed McCaleb (who later went on to create Stellar).

Why it matters: XRP is one of the oldest cryptocurrencies, and it has a large and loyal following. But it has a complicated history that has come back to bite it in 2021 – namely, the link between Ripple the company and XRP the token. It's why the token is now known only as "XRP," not "Ripple." In December, the SEC, wary of cryptocurrencies that may be securities, filed a case against Ripple executives Chris Larsen and Brad Garlinghouse. The case alleges the 14.6 billion units of XRP they sold to the public were unregistered securities. This is a cloud over XRP that has restrained its price. However, once the SEC case has been decided, the XRP price will likely jump up. Ripple says hundreds of financial institutions are using its RippleNet service, which is the primary use for XRP tokens (which doesn't violate any securities laws). Be cautious with this crypto.

No. 6: Uniswap (UNI)

FCAS score: 911

Why it was created: Great story. A rival decentralized crypto exchange, SushiSwap, created its own token (SUSHI) to reward its users and serve as a governance mechanism (holders of the token can vote on changes to the protocol). That move swayed a lot of Uniswap customers to switch to SushiSwap. So Uniswap also created its own reward/governance token, the UNI, to lure them back. The UNI is an ERC-20 token that piggybacks on the Ethereum network.

Why it matters: The UNI token is now an integral part of the Uniswap exchange, where crypto users can "swap" tokens without trading them on a centralized exchange like Kraken or Binance. As one of the largest decentralized exchanges, Uniswap is a key player in the rapidly growing world of decentralized finance. And it's building a moat. Just this week, Uniswap released a new version to increase its capital efficiency and prevent others from copying its code as SushiSwap did. While the UNI doesn't have the utility of Cardano or Polkadot, it does serve an important niche role. And traders have been snapping it up, making it the No. 1 DeFi token by market cap. UNI is up 477% since Jan. 1.

No. 7: Chainlink (LINK)

FCAS score: 932

Why it was created: A company called SmartContract.com created Chainlink in 2017 via an ICO. The purpose was to create a decentralized oracle network, with "oracles" being the source of data required to settle smart contracts running on networks like Ethereum. LINK is an ERC-677 token, a more advanced standard that's backwards-compatible with the earlier, more common ERC-20 standard.

Why it matters: Chainlink's oracle serves as a "middleman" between smart contracts and the data sources. It provides the secure, reliable link to data required to make smart contracts trustworthy. Chainlink is also a core piece of the DeFi ecosystem, which depends heavily on smart contracts. Many top DeFi projects use it, including Aave, Synthetix, and yearn.finance. Throughout crypto, more than 400 projects use Chainlink's oracle network. Several Big Tech names also have partnered with Chainlink, including Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL), Oracle Corp. (NASDAQ: ORCL), and Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC). Chainlink is also working with SWIFT. The World Economic Forum named it one of the 100 most promising technology pioneers of 2020. In February, Chainlink launched a major upgrade that added access to 10 times more data. The LINK price is up 148% since Jan. 1 and more than 500% since I first wrote about it last June.
No. 8: Stellar Lumens (XLM)

FCAS score: 909

Why it was created: Jed McCaleb left the Ripple project to create Stellar in 2014. He wanted to create a crypto to make cross-currency transfers easy and cheap. The name of the token is Lumens.

Why it matters: If you want to send US$100 to a person in Japan and have them receive it in yen in a matter of seconds for a negligible fee, Stellar is the system you want. This avoids wire transfers that require high fees and take three to five days. Sending remittances is the primary use case. Stellar has partnered with International Business Machines Inc. (NYSE: IBM) to create the IBM World Wire, which offers the quick currency transfer service to financial institutions worldwide. So Stellar could benefit if XRP takes any damage from the SEC case. Stellar isn't often in the crypto spotlight, but it's a solid project with a strong focus. The Stellar Lumens token is up 175% so far this year.

No. 9: Dogecoin (DOGE)

FCAS score: 860

Why it was created: Jackson Palmer, a product manager with Adobe Inc. (NASDAQ: ADBE) and Billy Markus, a software developer at IBM, created Dogecoin in 2013 to satirize the early hype around cryptocurrencies. It's a fork of Litecoin. They adopted a meme of a Japanese Shibu Inu dog as the official Doge logo.

Why it matters: Frankly, Dogecoin shouldn't really be on this list. Dogecoin was all but forgotten by 2018. But people rediscovered it in 2019 when Elon Musk started tweeting about it. In January, a group of Redditor investors sought to push the price of DOGE from less than a penny to $1. They failed, but did manage to produce a peak gain of 1,400% from Jan. 1 to Feb. 8. All that despite the fact Dogecoin had no use case. But that changed suddenly on March 4, when billionaire Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, said the NBA team would accept Dogecoin as payment for tickets and merchandise. While it's mainly a publicity stunt, who knows where this might lead. This old dog keeps coming up with new tricks.

No. 10: Aave (AAVE)

FCAS score: 905

Why it was created: Aave has its roots in the ETHLend cryptocurrency launched in 2017. Founder Stani Kulechov noted a lack of borrowing and lending applications on the Ethereum network and set out to fill the void. That makes it a DeFi pioneer. AAVE is an ERC-20 token.

Why it matters: At this point, there is no shortage of borrowing and lending on Ethereum, as last year's explosion in DeFi proved. But Aave has a few distinct features, such as flash loans, a pointed effort to maintain decentralization, and complete network transparency. These features give borrowers and lenders a clear picture of Aave's financial health at all times. Aave also allows borrowers to choose between fixed and variable interest rates. Aave has nearly $5 billion worth of locked assets, about a third of the market. And there's an active and growing developer team, with code commits growing 763% last year according to a report by Outlier Ventures. The AAVE token is up about 310% year to date.
James 9 hours ago
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BitTorrent due to its low value it can jump asap
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According to a variety of experts, the best cryptocurrencies to watch in 2021 are Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, and Litecoin. If you have any plans to invest in the crypto market this year,
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BCH,ETH,XRP
But XRP has a lot of potential to go UP.
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