Supported Currencies

All Tags:  Coin Token Proof-of-Work Proof-of-Stake dPoW dPoS MPoS DAG Proof-of-Authority Proof-of-Space Proof-of-Importance Byzantine Fault Tolerance Loop Fault Tolerance Hybrid Consensus AuxPOW Lightning Network Proof-of-Believability Proof-of-Devotion Proof-of-Reputation Proof-of-Capacity
  • Bitcoin (BTC)

    Bitcoin is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses cryptography to control its creation and management, rather than depending on central authorities. The creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, wrote the original white paper in November 2008 and the Bitcoin network came into existence in January of 2009.

    Coin Proof-of-Work Lightning Network
  • Ethereum (ETH)

    Ethereum is a decentralized platform that runs smart contracts: applications that run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third party interference.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • NEO (NEO)

    NEO, formerly known as Antshares, is China's first ever open source blockchain. Founded in 2014, NEO's mission has been to reinvent the way commerce is done.

    Coin Byzantine Fault Tolerance
  • Litecoin (LTC)

    Litecoin is a peer-to-peer Internet currency that enables instant, near-zero cost payments to anyone in the world.

    Coin Proof-of-Work Lightning Network
  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH) [ABC]

    Bitcoin Cash is a fork of Bitcoin that prioritizes onchain scaling and utility as a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. The 1 megabyte limit on bitcoin blocks meant that there was often a significant delay between transactions being initiated and completing, as well as increased fees due to the limited supply per block. Bitcoin Cash increased and will continue to increase block sizes which thereby increase the potential volume of transactions on the network.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Bitcoin SV (BSV)

    Bitcoin Satoshi's Vision was created out of the hard fork of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) on November 15, 2018. A segment of the ecosystem wanted to increase the blocksize greater and faster as well as limit potential smart contract features. It seeks to emulate the proposed original vision of bitcoin through emphasis on scaling onchain as fast as possible.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • EOS (EOS)

    EOS is similar to Ethereum in that it is a blockchain platform which allows decentralised apps to be created and developed. The platform should effectively provide its own operating system including cloud storage and has the ability to process one million transactions per second without any fees. A notable distinction is that transaction confirmation is done through a democracy like system where block producers are chosen by the entire EOS ecosystem through voting known as delegated proof of stake (DPoS).

    Coin dPoS
  • XRP (XRP) [ex Ripple]

    Ripple is known as a Real Time Gross Settlement System which is a "currency exchange and remittance network" that independent servers validate. The currency traded is known as XRP and transfer times are immediate. XRP can be exchanged for most other currencies with its USP being the avoidance of fees and wait times often associated with banks. It isn't made up of a blockchain but rather a Hash Tree and its currency can't be mined because there are a finite number of coins – one billion. Ripple is popular with banks and institutions though the XRP token isn't necessarily required for each transaction.

    Coin
  • TRON (TRX)

    TRON is dedicated to building the infrastructure for a truly decentralized Internet. The TRON Protocol, one of the largest blockchain-based operating systems in the world which offers scalability, high-availability, and high-throughput computing (HTC) support that serves as the foundation for all decentralized applications in the TRON ecosystem. It also provides better compatibility for Ethereum smart contracts through an innovative, pluggable smart contract platform.

    Coin dPoS
  • Binance Coin (BNB)

    Binance Coin is the digital token of the Binance exchange. It is an exchanging token only for cryptographic forms of money. The name "Binance" is a blend of binary and finance. It's an utility token with the usage on the Binance exchange — reduced fees on exchange with usage of BNB and participate in Initial Exchange Offering (IEO).

    Coin
  • Stellar (XLM)

    Stellar is an open platform for building financial products that connect people everywhere. Stellar uses a Federated Byzantine Agreement (FBA) algorithm enables near instant payments, with almost zero fees since they don't need to be approved by the mining network, as well as a smart contract platform to create digital asset economy.

    Coin
  • Cardano (ADA)

    Cardano is a non-profit platform with three separate bodies responsible for maintaining and developing the platform. The cryptocurrency which operated in the Cardano network is called ADA and is, like others, can be used for direct value transfer. Furthermore, a distributed computing platform will soon be able to handle runs smart contracts, decentralized applications, side chains, multi-party computation, and metadata.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • Tether (USDT)

    Temporarily Unavailable

    USDT is a cryptocurrency asset issued on the Bitcoin blockchain via the Omni Layer Protocol. Each USDT unit is backed by a U.S Dollar held in the reserves of the Tether Limited and can be redeemed through the Tether Platform. USDT can be transferred, stored, spent, just like bitcoins or any other cryptocurrency. USDT and other Tether currencies were created to facilitate the transfer of national currencies, to provide users with a stable alternative to Bitcoin and to provide an alternative for exchange and wallet audits which are Temporarily unreliable. USDT provides an alternative to Proof of Solvency methods by introducing a Proof of Reserves Process.

    Token (Omni) Token (ERC20) Token (TRC20) Lightning Network
  • Monero (XMR)

    Monero is a privacy focused currency created in 2014. Monero is fungible meaning that involvement in previous transactions doesn't affect the value of any one coin as all transaction history is completely unknowable. Monero utilizes senders' unique ring signatures, confidential, recipient addresses and Ring Confidential Transactions to enable privacy and prevent coins being spent more than once at a time.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Dash (DASH)

    Dash is derivative of Litecoin, which is a derivative of Bitcoin and was created in January of 2014. It was originally known as Darkcoin but later rebranded as Dash in March of 2015. It uses a mix of miners and masternodes to validate transactions. A unique feature of Dash, is that it has has masternodes that stake at least 1000 DASH that have the ability to instantly confirm transactions. Transaction speed can be increased through masternode only validation which excludes miners. Privacy can also be enabled through "PrivateSend" transactions that mix units. Dash has a voting system in place that can enable quick changes in governance if required rather than having a hard fork.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Dogecoin (DOGE)

    Dogecoin emerged in 2013 as a joke. It was created by Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus to satirize the growth of altcoins by making the doge internet meme into a cryptocurrency. While it was birthed as a joke, it actually led to some practicality as it's large supply and low price facilitated efficient micro-tipping content on social media. It is a derivative of Luckycoin which forked from Litecoin and uses a Scrypt algorithm. Dogecoin has 1 minute block intervals making it faster than other blockchains. There is no cap to the supply of coins and thus the coin can inflate infinitely.

    Coin Proof-of-Work AuxPOW
  • NEM (XEM)

    NEM stands for New Economy Movement and powers the Smart Asset System. It's written in Java and was launched in 2015 — the platform's currency is called XEM. XEM are harvested through Proof-of-Importance — once you own 10,000 XEM and deposit them in the official NEM Nano wallet they begin "harvesting" and therefore grow in number through interest. Smart Assets allow unique data to be created representing any asset meaning that these assets can be traded using XEM. Multiple ledgers can also exist on one blockchain.

    Coin Proof-of-Importance
  • IOTA (MIOTA)

    IOTA is a cryptocurrency set up to allow data exchange between any data recording machine as part of the Internet of Things. IOTA is novel in that it doesn't use a blockchain and instead enables a different type of system of a web of connections. The new system is called Tangle and is based on a type of cryptographic verification known as Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG). In order to make a transaction, the user must validate two previous transactions in the web. This means the system is proportional in speed to the number of transactions occurring.

    Coin DAG
  • Ethereum Classic (ETC)

    Ethereum Classic is the result of the hard fork of Ethereum and its currency, Ether, is traded as ETC rather than ETH. Due to the theft of 3.6 million Ether in the original Ethereum blockchain, a hard fork was required to return the stolen Ether with its original owners. However, some developers believed the blockchain should not have been altered and continued mining the original Ethereum which thereafter became known as Ethereum Classic. After a vote in July 2016 the fork occurred in October of that year. For all intents and purposes Ethereum Classic offers the same features of Ethereum. The projects diverge on a spectrum between anti-interventionist and interventionist ethoses.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Zcash (ZEC)

    Zcash is a blockchain based cryptocurrency focused on privacy. Zcash also has the ability for participants to release certain transaction data so that the cryptocurrency can be used legally and so transactions can be audited if so desired. There are four types of transactions due to there being two types of addresses — private addresses (Z-addresses) and public addresses (T-addresses). There can therefore be entirely private or entirely public transactions or a combination where either sender or receiver details are private.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Bitcoin Gold (BTG)

    Bitcoin Gold is the result of a hard fork of Bitcoin on October 24th 2017 with the intention to reform the mining process to reduce centralization of large businesses by changing the mining algorithm. The end result reduces the advantage of large holders of capital and specialized technology (specifically ASICs) in favor of smaller miners and common technology (standard GPUs). Bitcoin Gold's currency took on the ticker of BTG. In 2019 Bitcoin Gold will be working on enabling private transactions.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Qtum (QTUM)

    QTUM, pronounced "quantum", is a blockchain technology designed to merge the smart contract element of Ethereum with the stable blockchain characteristics of Bitcoin as well as using the "proof-of-stake" consensus mechanism in order to verify ownership. The platform went live in September 2017 and is primarily aimed at enterprises. Due to the combining of the systems, dapps built on Ethereum will be compatible with QTUM too.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • Lisk (LSK)

    Lisk enables the production and distribution of decentralised apps that have been written in Javascript rather than using systems such as Google Play and the App Store meaning developers could keep more of their revenue. The use of sidechains and a Software Development Kit means developers don't have to learn a new language in order to produce dapps. These sidechains are then linked to the blockchain and once registered the dapps are accessible on the Lisk mainchain to anyone.

    Coin dPoS
  • Decred (DCR)

    The Decred project was started in 2016 by Company 0 and launched its mainnet soon after. It was led by Jake Yocom-Piatt and other software developers who previously contributed to btcsuite. It forked bitcoin to enable a hybrid consensus system combining Proof-of-Work (PoW) and Proof-of-Stake (PoS) into the novel Proof-of-Activity (PoA). The goal was to better organize the develop and decentralization of a cryptocurrency. 60% of block rewards goes to miners and 30% goes to stakeholders to allow for checks and balances. The final 10% is a subsidy to an autonomous treasury that disperses funding to projects based on voting through the blockchain.

    Coin Proof-of-Work Proof-of-Stake Hybrid Consensus
  • Beam (BEAM)

    Beam is a confidential cryptocurrency based on an elegant and innovative Mimblewimble protocol. The ideas behind Mimblewimble protocol allow for creation of a coin that is confidential, scalable and optionally auditable.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Bytecoin (BCN)

    Bytecoin is the first cryptocurrency created with CryptoNote technology. Bytecoin allows users to make absolutely anonymous money transfers through the CryptoNote algorithm. CryptoNote uses CryptoNote ring signatures to provide anonymous transactions and allows you to sign a message on behalf of a group. The signature only proves the message was created by someone from the group, but all the possible signers are indistinguishable from each other. Even if outgoing transactions are untraceable, everyone may still be able to see the payments received and thus determine one's income. By using a variation of the Diffie-Hellman exchange protocol, a receiver has multiple unique one-time addresses derived from his single public key. After funds are sent to these addresses they can only be redeemed by the receiver; and it would be impossible to cross-link these payments.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Grin (GRIN)

    Launched on January 15th, 2019, Grin is a cryptocurrency focused on privacy without censorship in its implementation of Mimblewimble. According to their website, the developers want Grin to be usable by everyone regardless of borders, culture, skills or access. Without address information or amounts stored on the blockchain, the chain is meant to be lean and scalable.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Gemini Dollar (GUSD)

    Gemini is a licensed digital asset financial platform. It enables users with the ability to trade (buy/sell), and store digital assets by granting them the access to custody services and a crypto marketplace. Gemini platform works under the regulatory oversight of the New York State Department of Financial Services. The GUSD token is an Ethereum-based (ERC20) cryptocurrency developed by Gemini. It is a stable coin which is attached to the USD, giving it the stability of fiat along with the advantages of cryptocurrency.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Paxos Standard Token (PAX)

    Paxos Standard (PAX) is a stable coin owned by Paxos Trust Company, LLC. It combines the stability of the dollar with the efficiency of blockchain technology. Paxos is regulated by the New York State Department of Financial Services, which has deep experience and knowledge as an intermediary between fiat and digital assets. Built on the Ethereum blockchain, it offers the benefits of crypto-assets such as immutability and decentralized accounting. Since it is fully collateralized by dollars, Paxos Standard offers a liquid and digital alternative to cash, available 24/7 for instantaneous transaction settlement and fully redeemable. Paxos Standard has been designed as an Ethereum token written according to the ERC20 protocol so that anyone with an Ethereum wallet will be able to send and receive Paxos Standard tokens.

    Token (ERC20)
  • StableUSD (USDS)

    StableUSD (USDS) is a fiat-collateralized stablecoin created by Stably. Each StableUSD token is legally backed and redeemable for a US Dollar held in escrow accounts managed by Stably's regulated trustees, such as Prime Trust. To provide a complete and up-to-date level of transparency, Stably provides a view of its reserve balance in real-time via a live feed from the API of its reserve holders. Independent third-party Cohen & Co. also provides regular attestations on the StableUSD reserve balance. By making StableUSD redeemable and pegged 1-to-1 with US dollars, it virtually eliminates volatility while still retaining many useful characteristics of a cryptocurrency - including fast transaction speed, anonymity, and immutability.

    Token (ERC20)
  • TrueUSD (TUSD)

    TrueUSD is a USD-pegged stablecoin, that provides its users with regular attestations of escrowed balances, full collateral and legal protection against the misappropriation of the underlying USD. TrueUSD is issued by the TrustToken platform, the platform that has partnered with registered fiduciaries and banks that hold the funds backing the TrueUSD tokens. The USD funds are regularly verified in scheduled attestations, and kept in third party escrow accounts such that TrustToken has no direct access to the funds.

    Token (ERC20)
  • USD Coin (USDC)

    USDC is a fully collateralized US dollar stablecoin. It is an Ethereum powered coin and is the brainchild of CENTRE, an open source project bootstrapped by contributions from Circle and Coinbase. USDCs are issued by regulated and licensed financial institutions that maintain full reserves of the equivalent fiat currency in a 1 USDC:1 USD ratio. Issuers are required to report their USD reserve holdings frequently, and Grant Thornton LLP issues reports on those holdings every month.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Stratis (STRAT)

    Stratis is a powerful and flexible Blockchain Development Platform designed for the needs of the real world financial services businesses and other organisations that want to develop, test and deploy apps on the blockchain. Stratis significantly simplifies the development process for creating Blockchain applications and accelerates the lifecycle for Blockchain development projects. Stratis private chain allows businesses to deploy their own customise blockchain without the costs of running their own blockchain network infrastructure. The vision of the Stratis platform is to become a one-stop shop for all blockchain things, mostly becoming a blockchain-as-a-service (BAAS) platform. Technology-wise, it is a clone of Bitcoin's core code, with a few enhanced features and written in C# language instead of C++.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • Huobi Token (HT)

    Huobi Token (HT) is an exchange based token and native currency of the Huobi crypto exchange. The HT can be used to purchase monthly VIP status plans for transaction fee discounts, vote on exchange decisions, gain early access to special Huobi events, receive crypto rewards from seasonal buybacks and trade with other cryptocurrencies listed on the Huobi exchange.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Waves (WAVES)

    Waves is an open blockchain platform designed for ease of use and mass adoption. Anyone can use Waves to launch, distribute and trade their own crypto token. The platform is fully decentralised, transparent and auditable. Waves is inspired by NXT with team members previously being involved with NXT. Its name is inspired by the gravitational waves discovery. It is a cryptocurrency platform that had been coded for scratch and allows for asset issuance, decentralized crowdfunding, community management and encrypted messaging. Waves is creating a comprehensive blockchain ecosystem that will provide all the necessary features for business adoption, and the platform already has a number of powerful tools and services that make building user applications straightforward.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • 0x (ZRX)

    0x (ZRX) is a permissionless protocol that provides the infrastructure to facilitate the creation of decentralized exchanges on the Ethereum blockchain. The project employs off-chain transaction relayers and Ethereum based smart contracts to provide an open order book and decentralized exchange. The ZRX token functions as payment to relayers by the users of the protocol and a governance token for protocol upgrades.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Basic Attention Token (BAT)

    Led by Brendan Eich (creator of JavaScript and co-founder of Mozilla), Basic Attention Token (BAT) project is an open-source, decentralized ad exchange platform built on the Ethereum platform. The project seeks to address fraud and opaqueness in digital advertising. The token aims to correctly price user attention within the platform. Advertisers pay BAT to website publishers for the attention of users. The BAT ecosystem includes Brave, an open-source, privacy-centered browser designed to block trackers and malware. It leverages blockchain technology to anonymously and track user attention securely and rewards publishers accordingly.

    Token (ERC20)
  • OmiseGO (OMG)

    OmiseGO believes that having access to financial services can create economic opportunities and improve lives. OmiseGO was established with a mission to enable people to securely offer and access financial services, as well as exchange and spend digital assets anytime and anywhere. The permissionless OmiseGO Network aims to enable instant, peer-to-peer transactions in real-time, facilitating financial services across geographies, asset classes, and applications. The OmiseGO eWallet Suite allows users to build and integrate a front-end interface for different types of digital transactions.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Status (SNT)

    Status (SNT) is an open source messaging platform and mobile interface built to interact with applications that run on the Ethereum network. The Status network token (SNT) is a utility token that fuels a decentralized push notification market, governance of the Status client, along with curation of user-generated content on the network. The team at Status hopes to promote adoption of the decentralized web while staying true to principles such as liberty, security, privacy, transparency, inclusivity and censorship resistance.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Verge (XVG)

    Created in 2014 under its original name of DogecoinDark, Verge (XVG) is an open-source privacy coin with a team of international developers. Verge uses the anonymity tool Tor and an anonymous network layer I2P to hide specific transactions' IP addresses and locations. Transaction speed on Verge is estimated to be at 5 seconds due to the use of Simple Payment Verification (SPV). The Core QT wallet has built-in TOR integration and SSL encryption which obfuscates the IP addresses of users. The introduction of the Wraith Protocol upgrade enables users to send and receive payments privately across the Verge blockchain by enabling stealth addressing services. Verge users are reportedly able to switch between private and public ledgers on the Verge blockchain.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Single Collateral DAI (SAI)

    Temporarily Unavailable

    Dai (DAI) is a USD-pegged stablecoin built on the Ethereum blockchain, and has no centralized authority. Its $1 USD equivalent is maintained through automatic pricing mechanisms built into smart contracts. When Dai is worth more than $1, the smart contract pricing mechanisms works to decrease the price. Conversely, when Dai is worth below $1, the smart contract pricing mechanisms works to increase the price.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Callisto Network (CLO)

    Callisto ia a new blockchain network based on the Ethereum protocol with its own cryptocurrency (CLO). Unlike ETH, CLO is posing itself as a value storage. The whole emission is completely controlled by miners and their influence grows with the growth of the network. Callisto introduces a Cold staking protocol that rewards coin holders for being network participants. Cold staking is a smart-contract based process that allows CLO holders to earn interest in a total CLO emission when they hold CLO coins at their balances for long enough period of staking time (1 month by default).

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Nano (NANO)

    Launched in 2015, Nano describes itself as an open source, sustainable, and secure next-generation digital currency focused on removing perceived inefficiencies present in existing cryptocurrencies. Designed to solve peer to peer transfer of value, Nano aims to revolutionize the world economy through an ultrafast and fee-less network that is open and accessible to everyone. Nano is reportedly able to offer fast and feeless transactions due to the Block Lattice - a data structure in which all accounts each have their own blockchain, rather than competing with others on a central chain. Consensus is generated through representative voting, where accounts can freely choose their representative at any time with an update of their account chain, thereby providing more control for users to decide who validates transactions.

    Coin dPoS DAG
  • Tezos (XTZ)

    Tezos (XTZ) is a multi-purpose platform that supports dApps and smart contracts. It aims to combine a self-correcting protocol and on-chain governance to manage network modifications. Tezos is powered by XTZ, which is created through "baking". Bakers put up deposits and are rewarded for signing and publishing blocks. Witnesses then validate the blocks. Dishonest bakers lose their XTZ deposits. Tezos uses delegated proof-of-stake (DPoS) and supports Turing complete smart contracts. Tezos is implemented in the OCaml programming language, which is said to offer "functional, imperative, and object-oriented styles".

    Coin dPoS
  • Ether Zero (ETZ)

    Launched on 19 Jan 2019, Etherzero was created through a hardfork at Block 4936270. The new blockchain, based on the PoW consensus, was launched with 194,000,000 ETZ premined coins. 97,000,00 ETZ were issued 1:1 to all holders of ETH as an Airdrop. The remaining 97.000.000 ETZ are owned by the team and serve to ensure further development. In June 2018, the team decided to switch from PoW to PoS for security reasons. They decided on a new construction: MPoS, masternode proof-of-Stake. The MPoS consensus aims to combine the energy-saving process of Staking with the security and decentralization of masternodes in conjunction with autonomous self-government by the community. The new network was launched in August 2018. It features 1-2 second block times and the Power and Slow-Nodes-Judge security management. Etherzero is reportedly fully compatible with Ethereum, allowing developers to publish their smart contracts on the Etherzero Blockchain free of charge.

    Coin MPoS
  • Ubiq (UBQ)

    Ubiq is a decentralized platform which allows the creation and implementation of smart contracts and decentralized applications. Built upon an improved Ethereum codebase, the Ubiq blockchain acts as a large globally distributed ledger and supercomputer, allowing developers to create decentralized and automated solutions to thousands of tasks which today are carried out by third party intermediaries.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Gas (GAS)

    Gas is a token created on the NEO blockchain platform with primary purpose of being fees for processing transactions on the NEO network.

    Token (NEO)
  • FirstBlood (1ST)

    FirstBlood is a decentralized platform where gamers can be rewarded for their gaming skills. Built on Ethereum, the First Blood platform allows users to bet against each other on mainstream games and for the results to be verified and settled automatically via a smart-contract system, eliminating attack vectors, middlemen, and server down time.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Civic (CVC)

    Civic (CVC) is an identity management service that allows one to protect and authorize the use of their identity in real-time.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Kava (KAVA)

    Kava is a cross-chain DeFi platform offering collateralized loans and stablecoins to users of major crypto assets (BTC, XRP, BNB, ATOM, etc.). It is supported by over 100+ business entities around the world, including prominent crypto funds and major crypto projects like Ripple and Cosmos. The platform features two tokens: KAVA, a governance and staking token responsible for securing the network and voting on key parameters; and USDX, an algorithmically maintained stablecoin backed by crypto asset collateral.

    Token (BEP2)
  • Band Protocol (BAND)

    Band Protocol offers a decentralized data oracle by making data readily available to be queried on-chain, using delegated proof of stake ("dPoS") to ensure data integrity. It aims to be the go-to data infrastructure layer for Web 3.0 applications by providing decentralized, curated off-chain data to smart contracts through oracles managed by its dPoS consensus mechanism.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Holo (HOT)

    Holochain (HOT) is a decentralized application platform that uses peer-to-peer networking for processing agent-centric agreement and consensus mechanisms between users. In Holochain, no true global consensus is maintained. Instead, each agent in the public blockchain maintains a private fork that is managed and stored in a limited way on the public blockchain with a distributed hash table. This enables every device on a network to function independently, and only requires the synchronization of data when necessary, or agreed upon by users. This could translate into higher scalability for dapps hosted on Holochain. The Holo ecosystem relies on hosts that provide processing and storage for distributed applications while earning redeemable credits. Holochain Dapps can be developed with JavaScript or Lisp, with support for front-end systems using CSS, HTML, and JavaScript.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Algorand (ALGO)

    The Algorand platform is the first public, a permissionless pure proof-of-stake blockchain protocol that solves the "blockchain trilemma" of achieving scalability, security, and true decentralization all at once. Performance on the Algorand platform exceeds 1000 transactions per second (TPS) with a latency of fewer than 5 seconds, putting it on par with the throughput of major global payment networks without compromising security or decentralization.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • Aeternity (AE)

    Aeternity (AE) is a blockchain platform that focuses on high bandwidth transacting, purely-functional smart contracts, and decentralized oracles. It was founded in 2017, and seeks to eliminate inefficiencies in the crypto market by increasing scalability of smart contracts and dApps, sharding, and off-chain contract execution. The Turing-complete smart contracts on the Aeternity chain allow for transaction execution without third parties or intermediaries. Aeternity also has state channels to enable off-chain smart contract settlements which only touch the blockchain should a disagreement in the contract arise, acting as a self-arbitrating crypto court. The Aeternity blockchain is also built upon state-of-the-art cryptographic data structures which give rise to robust efficiency, strong security, and the elimination "single point of failure" (SPOF) issues.

    Coin Proof-of-Work Proof-of-Stake Hybrid Consensus
  • Storj (STORJ)

    Storj (STORJ) hopes to provide decentralised cloud storage to its community. Storj works on the premise that each user is entitled to the same amount of space on the network as they make available to the community. Users can also receive payment for renting their extra disk space. Files are split up into smaller components and dispersed across an array of devices, with users maintaining control of their keys, which grants them access to their files, at all times. As a result, this decentralised cloud storage model creates additional security for users relative to centralized cloud storage providers.

    Token (ERC20)
  • NavCoin (NAV)

    The project started in 2014 and for a short time of existence, this cryptocurrency has already changed its name several times. It was originally called Summercoin, then Navajocoin and Navajo Coin, and then evolved to NavCoin. This digital money appeared as a fork of Bitcoin but initially set the goal to improve some of its parameters. The developers of NavCoin have decided to increase the anonymity in the use of digital money and significantly speed up transaction processing time. Significant success was achieved in these areas, which increased the attractiveness of cryptocurrency among users. Unlike other privacy-oriented projects, NavCoin uses dual blockchain technology. All records pass through a buffer chain before being stored in the main chain of blocks — by carefully encrypting such a mechanism, any communication between the sender and receiver can be eliminated. High transaction speed allows you to make transactions anywhere in the world in seconds. In combination with good scaling of the network, NavCoin becomes an excellent transaction tool. Accruing dividends makes this digital money also a profitable way to keep your assets.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • XEL (XEL) [ex Elastic]

    XEL is an open source project aiming to disrupt the way computing power is bought and sold in today's global market. To achieve this XEL is creating a decentralized trustless super computer, utilizing cryptography and blockchain technology. The platform can execute a vast array of tasks in need of computational resources in a P2P distributed way. XEL offers a versatile and flexible system by enabling self programmable tasks instead of hardcoded use cases. This is achieved thanks to the proprietary ElasticPL (ePL) programming language. The system offers trustless access to computational resources at any time and from any location, while keeping privacy and anonymity.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Nexo (NEXO)

    The world's first instant crypto overdrafts. Nexo is powered by A Leading FinTech Group serving millions of people across Europe for over 10 years. The NEXO Token is the World's First US SEC-compliant Dividend-paying Asset-backed Security Token and is backed by the underlying assets of Nexo's loan portfolio.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Bancor (BNT)

    Bancor (BNT) offers a marketplace that facilitates the exchange of cryptoassets that may otherwise lack consistent liquidity on exchanges. Bancor's protocol uses smart contracts to create Smart Tokens, which performs conversions of various ERC20 tokens with its reserves of other ERC20 tokens. The built-in automated market makers dynamically adjusts token price and supply after each trade.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Horizen (ZEN) [ex ZenCash]

    Horizen's blockchain technology platform empowers users to transact and communicate securely through Sphere by Horizen, their flagship application. Horizen's native cryptocurrency, ZEN, uses advanced ("zero-knowledge") cryptography for optional privacy. Their sidechain implementation and Software Development Kit (SDK) enables the development of public or private secure and scalable blockchain applications utilizing Horizen's open source technology and public infrastructure.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Komodo (KMD)

    Komodo describes itself as an open, composable multi-chain platform. With blockchain development roots going back to 2014, Komodo is reportedly one of the pioneers of multi-chain architecture in the blockchain space. As of Aug 2019, Komodo focuses on providing business-friendly blockchain solutions that are secure, scalable, interoperable, and adaptable. Komodo's current technology suite, the Antara framework, offers tools for end-to-end blockchain development, including a customizable, application-specific Smart Chain complete with a library of built-in modules and an open API for building blockchain-based applications.

    Coin dPoW
  • Particl (PART)

    Particl is an open-source platform built on it's own blockchain and was designed to work concurrently with other cryptocurrencies while promoting core values of privacy & security. Aiming to bring greater control of personal data to online services, the decentralized systems outlined by Particl combine a Bitmessage-style network with anonymous payment schemes. Particl platform is said to host a decentralized marketplace for e-commerce and the creation of privacy-focused decentralized applications that the team believes will help to build a more efficient economy without middlemen.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • Aergo (AERGO)

    Aergo describes itself as an open-source enterprise blockchain platform optimized for hybrid deployments, which consist of both permissioned and permissionless blockchain architectures. It includes support for SQL allowing for easy data handling and familiar smart contract programming for developers.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Pundi X (NPXS)

    Pundi X (NPXS) aims to make the use of cryptocurrency as a form of payment into a reality for retailers and consumers alike. By applying the technology to a series of real world use cases such as cards and the XPOS point-of-sale devices, the team has built products that could accept the NPXS token for goods and services. With the goals of supporting retail intelligence, marketing & loyalty programs as well as inventory & order management systems, the Pundi X Point-of-Sale device could help to support digital commerce worldwide.

    Token (ERC20)
  • iExec RLC (RLC)

    iExec claims to have developed the first decentralized marketplace for cloud computing resources. Blockchain technology is used to organize a market network where users can monetize their computing power, applications, and datasets. By providing on-demand access to cloud computing resources, iExec is reportedly able to support compute-intensive applications in fields such as AI, big data, healthcare, rendering, or FinTech. The iExec network is made up of computing resource providers. Computing power providers are called "iExec Workers". As workers, users can connect their machines and be rewarded in RLC tokens for contributing resources to the network. Application providers can monetize their applications and algorithms. Data providers who own valuable datasets can make them available for use by applications through iExec. The iExec consensus protocol "PoCo" (Proof of Contribution) provides consensus over off-chain computing and can also be used to integrate decentralized oracles with iExec.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Ren (REN)

    The decentralized exchange of cryptocurrency is becoming an increasingly popular method of conversion. But it is suffering from the vulnerability of existing sites to hacker attacks, as well as from intervention of the founders and regulators. Republic Protocol offers protected from these problems conversion between Bitcoin, Ethereum and its tokens of the ERC20 standard. All transactions are verified and executed on the basis of proof technology with zero disclosure, which allows users to keep transactions confidential. The principle of operation of the Republic Protocol is to divide information on randomly selected nodes. After finding the response order distributed in the same way, the involved nodes begin to interact. Such data processing is carried out at the expense of cooperative work, eliminating the need to collect the separated fragments again. Based on this aspect, Republic Protocol excludes records of transactions. The history stores only basic values like time and amount received, visible only to the participants themselves and allowing them to work with their assets.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Decentraland (MANA)

    Decentraland (MANA) defines itself as a virtual reality platform powered by the Ethereum blockchain that allows users to create, experience, and monetize content and applications. In this virtual world, users purchase plots of land that they can later navigate, build upon, and monetize. Decentraland uses two tokens: MANA and LAND. MANA is an ERC20 token that must be burned to acquire non-fungible ERC721 LAND tokens.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Aragon (ANT)

    The main goal of Aragon development is to create a convenient business management platform. They take into account both existing organizations that are given the opportunity to transfer their activities on a digital basis, and new companies that can immediately start their activities on the blockchain of the broadcast. The main focus is on creating tools for decentralized management, accounting, charging, and transactions. All functionality is configured thanks to a flexible system of options and user-friendly interface. Aragon developers are positioning their project as a platform for creating a decentralized organization which activities will not depend on certain structures or intermediaries.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Streamr DATAcoin (DATA)

    Streamr (token ticker DATA) is the project that recognizes that the most important resource in the twenty first century will very soon be neither oil nor money, but data. Data that is created by every single Internet user, every citizen making any kind of purchase and soon even every move made by the people around the world. All of that data will be owned by somebody, and the trend at this point seems to indicate that, if nothing is done, the largest tech corporations in the world will lay claim to that information and use it for their own reasons to keep selling the public their products, optimize their system and so on and so forth. Streamr offers a way for a users to have control over their personal data, and, if they choose to do so, to make that information available for trade. So the corporations get into the platform and offer to buy anyone of the users' data that they produce daily. The users, in turn, may choose to sell the information, or loan it out for a certain amount of time, and receive a proportionate reward for doing so.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Enjin Coin (ENJ)

    The Enjin ecosystem (comprising the Enjin Platform, Explorer, Wallet, Beam) aims to empower gamers with ownership of digital assets and enables game industry businesses to increase revenue. Enjin's tools and services can also be used by companies seeking to create blockchain products or utilize tokenized digital assets as part of their acquisition, retention, engagement, and monetization strategies.

    Token (ERC20)
  • FunFair (FUN)

    FunFair (FUN) was built on the Ethereum network by a team based in London with roots in computer gaming. Envisioning the decentralization of the concept behind casinos, FunFair harnesses peer-to-peer technology in combination with cryptography. Having game-creators, operators, and players each utilizing their FUN tokens for fees or revenues, the technology is meant to enable lower costs along with greater transparency in secure gaming experiences said to be fun, fast, and fair.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Gnosis (GNO)

    The Gnosis system allows users to earn using their analytical skills and intuition. On the other hand, it shows the opinion of the crowd - the expectations of a large part of the community relating a particular event. Such Gnosis functionality can be successfully used in a variety of situations - from bookmakers and investment forecasts to global political events. Some similar projects have been created before, and have shown their relevance among users. However, a significant disadvantage of such the projects was the centralization of the proposed systems, which led to conflicts with legislation and subsequent closure. The Gnosis platform is based on the blockchain and implies the impossibility of interference in its activities by government or other entities. The platform has its own cryptocurrency Gnosis (GNO). The tokens provide access to services and applications. They are also used for rewarding and paying commissions for the use of functionality.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Aave (LEND) [ex ETHLend]

    ETHLend is a decentralized lending platform that runs on Ethereum Network which offers secure, peer-to-peer lending Smart Contracts. ETHLend strives to break through the traditional bank loans system with a more efficient solution. ETHLend also uniquely allows a borrower and a lender to decide on important loan details that can eliminate the need of a middle man. Due to the elimination of middlemen, process fee for a loan does not exist on this platform. This provide convenience to any lender and borrower to create loans on their agreed terms. Decentralized lending has fixed many issues and one of the reasons why is the transparency of loan.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Chainlink (LINK)

    Chainlink (LINK) is a decentralized oracle service, which aims to connect smart contracts with data from the real world. Since blockchains cannot access data outside their network, oracles are needed to function as data feeds in smart contracts. Oracles provide external data (e.g. temperature, weather) that trigger smart contract executions upon the fulfillment of pre-defined conditions. Participants on the Chainlink network are incentivized (through rewards) to provide smart contracts with access to external data feeds. Should users desire access to off-chain data, they can submit a requesting contract to ChainLink's network. These contracts will match the requesting contract with the appropriate oracles. The contracts include a reputation contract, an order-matching contract, and an aggregating contract. The aggregating contract gathers data of the selected oracles to find the most accurate result.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Loom Network (LOOM)

    Loom Network (LOOM) is a Platform as a Service intended to allow Ethereum-based Solidity applications to be run on side chains. With the belief that applications should be allowed to have more relaxed consensus mechanisms depending on their needs and potential threat model, Loom aims to make scaling decentralized applications faster and easier while remaining on the Ethereum network. Loom Network's DPoS sidechains allow for truly scalable blockchain games and DApps with the security of Ethereum mainnet.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Matic Network (MATIC)

    Matic Network describes itself as is a Layer 2 scaling solution that uses sidechains for off-chain computation while ensuring asset security using the Plasma framework and a decentralized network of Proof-of-Stake (PoS) validators. Matic aims to be the de-facto platform on which developers will deploy and run decentralized applications in a secure and decentralized manner.

    Token (ERC20) Token (BEP2)
  • Numeraire (NMR)

    Numerai is a network of data scientists that are incentivised to forecast models to improve hedge fund returns. Numerai is the token that facilitates the reward structure that correct predictions receive. Founders described it as a social network or software company whose business model happens to be a hedge fund.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Augur (REP)

    Augur is a trustless, decentralized platform for prediction markets. Augur is an Ethereum-based decentralized prediction market that leverages the wisdom of the crowds to create a search engine for the future that runs on its own token, REP. Augur allows users to create their markets for specific questions they may have and to profit from the trading buys while allowing users to buy positive or negative shares regarding the outcome of a future event. Prediction markets are markets created to trade the probability of an event happening. The market prices indicate what the crowd thinks the probability of an event happening. Predictive markets have shown to have been effective in accurately forecasting many results however it is still not widely used due to the many regulatory hurdles involved in setting up such a market. Augur aims to set up such a market in a decentralized manner.

    Token (ERC20)
  • DigiByte (DGB)

    DigiByte (DGB) is a public, rapidly growing and highly decentralized blockchain. The mission of DigiByte is to bring the benefits of blockchain payment technology to merchants, consumers, & mainstream societies across the globe in the most easy to understand way possible. DigiBytes are digital assets that cannot be destroyed, counterfeited or hacked, making them ideal for protecting objects of value like currency, information, property or important digital data. DigiBytes can be sent over the DigiByte Blockchain and forever recorded on an immutable public ledger that is decentralized on thousands of computers across the planet. DigiByte is a decentralized digital asset and an open source based blockchain platform.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Golem (GNT)

    Golem (GNT) is a peer-to-peer decentralized marketplace for computing power. The project aims to be an alternative to centralized cloud service providers with its lower price point and open-source community of developers. The Golem network pools global computing power and enables users to access these resources with GNT. Token holders pay resource owners to complete tasks requiring computational resources. The network is composed of the aggregated power of user devices. Golem is reportedly able to compute tasks that run the gamut from CGI rendering to machine learning. Transactions between participants are deemed to be safe because computations take place in sandbox environments that are sequestered from hosts' systems.

    Token (ERC20)
  • ReddCoin (RDD)

    Launched in 2014 as a fork of Litecoin, Reddcoin (RDD) is a decentralized cryptocurrency used to tip or send payments for social content. The Reddcoin API supports social platforms such as Reddit, Twitter, and Twitch. Accounts created on the Reddcoin wallet can be linked to Twitter, Twitch, and Reddit accounts. Upon downloading the ReddID browser extension, users can "like" content by entering the username and sending a micropayment. RDD is mined by the ReddID wallet through Proof-of-Stake-Velocity (PoSV), which incentivizes both ownership (stake) and activity (velocity).

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • Chiliz (CHZ)

    Chiliz is a fintech platform for tokenizing sports teams. Its currency and blockchain technology power products for casual, mainstream consumers. Socios.com - a tokenized fan engagement solution for sports - is the first platform powered by Chiliz. The CHZ token is currently available across two blockchains in ERC20 and BEP2 variations.

    Token (ERC20) Token (BEP2)
  • Cosmos (ATOM)

    Cosmos is a network of many independent blockchains, called zones. The zones are powered by Tendermint Core, which provides a high-performance, consistent, secure PBFT-like consensus engine, where strict fork-accountability guarantees hold over the behaviour of malicious actors. Tendermint Core's BFT consensus algorithm is well suited for scaling public proof-of-stake blockchains. The first zone on Cosmos is called the Cosmos Hub. The Cosmos Hub is a multi-asset proof-of-stake cryptocurrency with a simple governance mechanism which enables the network to adapt and upgrade. In addition, the Cosmos Hub can be extended by connecting other zones. The hub and zones of the Cosmos network communicate with each other via an inter-blockchain communication (IBC) protocol, a kind of virtual UDP or TCP for blockchains. Tokens can be transferred from one zone to another securely and quickly without the need for exchange liquidity between zones. Instead, all inter-zone token transfers go through the Cosmos Hub, which keeps track of the total amount of tokens held by each zone. The hub isolates each zone from the failure of other zones. Because anyone can connect a new zone to the Cosmos Hub, zones allow for future-compatibility with new blockchain innovations. The supply won't be limited as the project plans to introduce a yearly inflatory model.

    Coin Byzantine Fault Tolerance
  • VeChain (VET)

    VeChain is an enterprise-focused blockchain ecosystem that aims to enhance supply chain management by connecting blockchain technology with the real world through "a comprehensive governance structure, a robust economic model, and advanced IoT integration". VeChain enables manufacturers to assign products with unique identifiers on the platform, thereby allowing participants to track the movement and provenance of products in a supply chain. Started in June 2015, VeChain describes itself as "a pioneer of real-world applications using public blockchain technology, with international operations in Singapore, Luxembourg, Tokyo, Shanghai, Paris, Hong Kong, and San Francisco".

    Coin Proof-of-Authority
  • BitShares (BTS)

    BitShares (symbol BTS), formerly known as ProtoShares (PTS), is an industrial grade "crypto-equity", peer to peer distributed ledger and network based on a Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) algorithm. It was created in 2014 by visionary Dan Larimer ("Bytemaster"), co-founder of Steemit, EOS and Cryptonomex. BitShares is based on Graphene, an open source C++ blockchain implementation, which acts as a consensus mechanism. Graphene is used by several other projects like Steemit.com (decentralized Reddit, blog platform), and PeerPlays.com (gaming site and token PPY) indicating real-world usage. BitShares competes with banks by issuing collateralizing market-pegged and stable bitAssets (also called smart coins). This means crypto-based assets track real-world market assets like the US dollar denominated "bitAsset" known as bitUSD. This tracks the movements of the dollar by aggregating a variety of data sources that are maintained by the BitShares community. This Smart Coin token always has at least 200% (or more) of its value backed by the BitShares core currency (BTS), to which it can be converted at any time, as collateral in a smart-contract based loan managed by the blockchain.

    Coin dPoS
  • Zcoin (XZC)

    Zcoin (XZC) is a cryptocurrency focused on privacy and decentralization. It is the first coin to implement the Zerocoin protocol that enables financial privacy through the power of zero knowledge proofs with a focus on making privacy easy to use. It is also set to be the first to release MTP an ASIC resistant, anti-botnet proof of work algorithm that remains lightweight to verify to ensure fair distribution of coins and decentralized security. Zcoin is an open source decentralized cryptocurrency that focuses on achieving privacy and anonymity for its users while transacting. To achieve this privacy and anonymity, Zcoin uses zero-knowledge proofs via Zerocoin protocol which is one of the most cited cryptography papers at this point in time. In other words, when you transact using Bitcoin or Ethereum or something similar, your transaction history is always linked to your coins by default which makes you vulnerable. That, because all it takes is one link to your personal information or IP to find out the origin of the coins.However, if you transact using Zcoin's Zerocoin feature, none of your transaction histories is linked to the actual coins and only the receiver and sender know that you have actually exchanged funds.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Elrond (ERD)

    Elrond is a novel architecture which goes beyond state-of-the-art by introducing a genuine State Sharding scheme for practical scalability, eliminating energy and computa-tional waste while ensuring distributed fairness through a Secure Proof of Stake (SPoS) consensus mechanism. Having a strong focus on security, Elrrond's network is built to ensure resistance to known security problems like Sybil attack, Rogue-key attack, Nothing at Stake attack and others. In an ecosystem that strives for interconnectivity, Elrond's solution for smart contracts offers an EVM com-pliant engine to ensure interoperability by design.

    Token (BEP2)
  • Quantstamp (QSP)

    Quantstamp is a Y-Combinator backed company that offers security-audits for smart contracts. Through a combination of automated software testing and bug bounties, Quantstamp aims to create a scalable and cost-effective audit system for smart contracts on Ethereum. QSP is an ERC20 token that will serve as a reward for the verification of solidity programs, the running of validation nodes, and those who find bugs on the smart contracts.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Steem (STEEM)

    Steem bills itself as "a social blockchain that grows communities and makes revenue streams possible for users by rewarding them for sharing content". It also powers real applications via social apps like Steemit. Steem started out as the cryptocurrency on the Steemit platform that rewards users for community building through the upvoting and the posting of meaningful content. Founded in 2016 by Ned Scott and BitShares creator Dan Larimer, the Steemit platform, built atop the Steem blockchain, is a social media network that seeks to be a source of community-driven curated content such as news, Q&A and job boards. The more value a particular piece of content is able to deliver across a greater number of people, the greater the reward received by the creator. Steemit users can cast votes to create a hierarchy of content. The higher the upvote count received on a content piece, the more Steem is earned by its publisher. Steemit's meritocratic system also enables users that hold more currency to cast more meaningful, greater influence votes.

    Coin dPoS
  • PotCoin (POT)

    PotCoin is a digital cryptocurrency aimed to empower, secure, and facilitate the Cannabis community, medicinal and recreational alike. The tagline for PotCoin goes as the following: "On every level of the Cannabis, Hemp and financial industries our users and supporters can entrust PotCoin to extend credibility, stability and security to this exponentially growing market and community."

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Perlin (PERL)

    Perlin describes itself as a leaderless, scalable, PoS smart contract platform that aims to power the future of decentralized technologies and accelerates the transformation of international trade. Wavelet (Perlin's ledger, a DAG-based probabilistic consensus mechanism) is a highly scalable, PoS smart contract platform that is reportedly able to achieve a throughput of 31,000+ TPS and has 0 to 4 second time to finality. It also has a leaderless proof of stake protocol which does not use committees or delegation.

    Token (ERC20)
  • LBRY Credits (LBC)

    LBRY describes itself as an open source, decentralized, and community-driven digital content marketplace (think BitTorrent + Bitcoin) that enables the discovery, distribution, and payment of digital content. LBRY was launched in June 2016 with a working protocol and end-user product, the LBRY app, which is used to watch videos, publish content, earn rewards, and manage one's wallet. As of March 2019, the LBRY network reportedly has over 800K pieces of content published such as movies, videos, images, games, documents. The LBRY blockchain aims to provide a global namespace and database of content available on the network including searchable content metadata, signed publisher identities, rights, and access rules. Included in the metadata is a pointer to a decentralized data network like BitTorrent.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Harmony (ONE)

    Harmony's open, decentralized network is enabled through the use of the native protocol token - Harmony ONE. The token incentivizes and rewards a variety of participants including developers, validators/stakers, investors, and community members who develop, secure and govern the network. In order to use the network, users pay a small transaction fee denominated in the native Harmony token. Harmony's scalable, high-throughput protocol is powered by a native token which is used for various forms of payment and participation in the protocol (staking, transaction fees, voting & governance). Harmony uses blockchain to align incentives of different stakeholders, developers and businesses while allowing them to build open marketplaces of fungible and non-fungible tokens and assets. Furthermore, the upcoming application of zero-knowledge proofs will allow Harmony to become a data sharing platform that can overcome the conflicting problem plaguing many information and data markets: that individual market participants' have mutual distrust to share data but strong desire to acquire data themselves.

    Token (BEP2)
  • Hedera Hashgraph (HBAR)

    The Hedera hashgraph platform provides a new form of distributed consensus; a way for people who don't know or trust each other to securely collaborate and transact online without the need for a trusted intermediary. Hashgraph is the first asynchronouse byzantine fault tolerant (aBFT) consensus algorithm that results in fair ordering, fast finality, and secure propagation. It is the foundation of the next generation of Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT).

    Coin Byzantine Fault Tolerance
  • PIVX (PIVX)

    PIVX (PIVX), which stands for Private Instant Verified Transaction is an MIT licensed anonymity-based, community-governed fork of DASH. It is a Proof of Stake cryptocurrency with Zerocoin protocol implementation. PIVX has 2-tier currency: a regular coin for ordinary transactions, and an anonymous zPIV (which can be staked) for private transactions. Similar to Dash, PIVX supports quick and private transactions, along with masternodes. The decentralized network of masternodes facilitates treasury management and community governance.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • Aeon (AEON)

    Aeon is a mobile-friendly, lightweight privacy coin. Similar to the way that Litecoin is a lighter supplement to Bitcoin, you can look at Aeon as Monero's little brother. The Monero community is wholly focused on privacy and anonymity for the end-user. This focus has its perks but has caused the coin to fall behind from a usability standpoint. Aeon builds upon Monero's CryptoNote hash while adding some lightweight functionality of its own. Aeon is the lighter, faster version of Monero. Although both projects share the same underlying privacy protocol, CryptoNote, Aeon is striving to be more accessible. The project is doing so by implementing a lightweight mining algorithm, smaller blockchain, and optional anonymity. As Monero grows, Aeon could very well grow with it. While you would use Monero for transactions in which you want to assure privacy, you may find Aeon to be a suitable substitute for day-to-day exchanges in which guaranteed anonymity isn't as important.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • BitTube (TUBE)

    BitTube as a company offers several products that make up an ecosystem. At the heart of this ecosystem is a blockchain-based technology called AirTime, an ad-free monetisation solution that pays a cryptocurrency (TUBE) based on watch time of any type of content. Payouts are taken from a slowly decreasing block reward, calculated based on a user's AirTime compared to the grand total AirTime per each block.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Haven Protocol (XHV)

    Haven is an untraceable cryptocurrency with a mix of standard market pricing and stable fiat value storage without an unsustainable peg or asset backing. It achieves this with a built in on-chain smart contract that controls the minting and burning of coins in a network of cryptographically unknown supply to facilitate value for users that choose to send their coins to offshore storage contracts while allowing everyone else to be exposed to the natural price movements of the currency. Offshore Storage is Haven's built in smart contract/protocol that powers the stable value storage. In short, sending Haven to offshore storage (burning) records a reference on the blockchain to the current fiat value which can be restored later back into Haven by minting new coins to the tune of the current fiat value. Haven uses ring signatures, ring confidential transactions and stealth addresses meaning payments cannot be tracked or linked back to any user. Wallet addresses and transaction amounts are completely obfuscated on the Haven blockchain making all activity invisible. The Haven Protocol is decentralized and open source meaning no central control over the network. Nothing is censored.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Spectrecoin (XSPEC)

    SpectreCoin (XSPEC) is an innovative privacy-focused cryptocurrency, featuring an energy-efficient proof-of-stake algorithm that provides rapid transaction confirmations, ring signatures for privacy and anonymity, and a fully integrated Tor+OBFS4 layer for IP obfuscation within the wallet. The goal of Spectrecoin is to combine a blockchain with a tokenized ring-signature scheme to build a system of anonymous digital cash. The ring-signature scheme used here was first introduced by Shadowcat, and is now being improved on by the Spectrecoin developers. For network-level privacy, all nodes communicate exclusively within the Tor network via hidden services. The priorities of the Spectrecoin project are on privacy, technical soundness and simplicity. The Proof-of-Stake consensus method is used to provide environmental friendliness, decentralization and transaction speed.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • Zipper (ZIP)

    Zipper is a decentralized value transfer network that enables point to point Message communication, Transaction Transfer and Transaction Settlement across multiple blockchain networks among different financial institutions. Zipper enables and empowers rich and comprehensive blockchain-based services for global financial institutions. Zipper, composed of ZipperNet, Z0 and other ecology participants, is an ecology supporting digital assets transaction and switching within same chains or cross chains, and is committed to construct a financial grade blockchain network with safety and flexibility.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Wings (WINGS)

    WINGS combines several concepts, ranging from attention rewards, forecasting markets, smart contracts, governance models and federated funds security. The platform places an emphasis on encouraging the WINGS community to identify and promote high-value proposals that have higher chances of positive financial returns. WINGS creates a decentralized forecasting ecosystem that gives tangible incentives for WINGS token holders to put the effort in making the best available choices to maximize their rewards.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Memetic / PepeCoin (MEME)

    A Proof of Stake and Proof of Work hybrid cryptocurrency platform for the Kekdaq decentralized Meme hashing exchange and IPFS meme storage platform. Named PEPE first, now also named MEME.

    Coin Proof-of-Work Proof-of-Stake Hybrid Consensus
  • Ardor (ARDR)

    Ardor (ARDR) is a blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) provider that provides the blockchain infrastructure for businesses and institutions to set up their own chains without any need to code or secure it themselves. It has a parent-child chain architecture, comprised of a single chain that is attached with multiple transactional chains, so as to reduce blockchain bloat, provide multiple transactional tokens and host interconnected "child chain" blockchains. Ardor also has a built-in exchange to facilitate the easy exchange of tokens of the various chains.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • NKN (NKN)

    NKN bills itself as a "new kind of P2P network connectivity protocol" that is powered by a public blockchain. NKN is used to incentivize Internet users to share their network connection and unused bandwidth. NKN's describes its networking infrastructure as "open, efficient, and robust", thereby enabling application developers to build the decentralized Internet. Whitfield Diffie, inventor of public key cryptography (Diffie-Hellman) and 2015 Turing Award winner, and Stephen Wolfram, Founder and CEO of Wolfram Research, are listed on their publications as advisors for the project.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Crypto.com Coin (CRO)

    Crypto.com Coin (CRO) is the native token of Crypto.com Chain that is intended for mobile payments. Crypto.com was founded in 2016 with the goal of accelerating the world's transition to cryptocurrency. Key products include: the Crypto.com Wallet & Card App, a place to buy, sell, and pay with crypto, the MCO Visa Card, a metal card with no annual fees, and the Crypto.com Chain, which reportedly enables users to pay and be paid in crypto, anywhere, for free.

    Token (ERC20)
  • ABBC Coin (ABBC)

    ABBC Foundation describes itself as a blockchain solutions provider in the MENA region that targets distribution, finance, shopping, and security. It aims to build a platform to store, secure, trade, and utilize digital assets seamlessly. The company has operating teams based in Dubai, UAE and Minsk, Belarus. ABBC has developed its own digital asset, ABBC Coin. This project has the goal of bringing the "future of payment security" to its users. With the development of ABBC's Generation 2 mainnet, its blockchain is now reportedly capable of handling up to 5,000 transactions per second. It implemented a Delegated Proof-of-Stake consensus protocol that confirms transactions on their nodes.

    Coin dPoS
  • BitTorrent (BTT)

    BitTorrent aims to tokenize the decentralized file-sharing protocol with their cryptocurrency asset launched early in 2019. BTT represents a TRC10 utility token based on the TRON blockchain that could allow content creators to connect with their audience, earn and spend digital currency without a middleman. According to their website, BitTorrent (BTT) tokens can be bid in exchange for faster downloads or stored in a wallet built into the BitTorrent client. Both BitTorrent and parent company TRON share a vision of a decentralized internet without barriers.

    Token (TRC10)
  • Kyber Network (KNC)

    Kyber Network's on-chain liquidity protocol allows decentralized token swaps to be integrated into any application, enabling value exchange to be performed seamlessly between all parties in the ecosystem. Tapping on the protocol, developers can build payment flows and financial apps, including instant token swap services, erc20 payments, and innovative financial dapps - helping to build a world where any token is usable anywhere.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Binance USD (BUSD)

    Binance USD (BUSD) is a stable coin pegged to USD that has received approval from the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS). BUSD will be available for direct purchase and redemption at a rate of 1 BUSD = 1 USD. BUSD is now available for purchase and redemption on the Paxos platform. In order to get BUSD through Paxos, you need to be a verified customer. You can either deposit PAX or deposit dollars by wire from a bank account.

    Token (ERC20) Token (BEP2)
  • Polymath (POLY)

    Polymath (POLY) is creating a global platform for issuing and investing in securities tokens. Polymath's standard for blockchain security tokens aims to integrate the necessary regulatory requirements into smart contracts and comply with regulations. The project simplifies the legal process of creating and selling security tokens. It establishes a new token standard (ST20) and enforces compliance by whitelisting authorized investors and their Ethereum wallet addresses. The POLY token is used for payments on the platform, which facilitates exchanges between issuers, investors, service providers, and developers.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Ocean Protocol (OCEAN)

    Ocean Protocol is an ecosystem for sharing data and associated services. It provides a tokenized service layer that exposes data, storage, compute and algorithms for consumption with a set of deterministic proofs on availability and integrity that serve as verifiable service agreements. There is staking on services to signal quality, reputation and ward against Sybil Attacks. Ocean helps to unlock data, particularly for AI. It is designed for scale and uses blockchain technology that allows data to be shared and sold in a safe, secure and transparent manner. The Ocean Protocol is an ecosystem composed of data assets and services, where assets are represented by data and algorithms, and services are represented by integration, processing and persistence mechanisms. Ocean Protocol facilitates discovery by storing and promoting metadata, linking assets and services, and provides a licensing framework that has toolsets for pricing.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Einsteinium (EMC2)

    Einsteinium cryptocurrency was created by the foundation for sponsoring scientific research. Funds are sent directly from the blockchain and 2.5% of the awards for forming a block are sent to the fund. 2% is transferred to scientific research, and 0.5% - to cover marketing expenses, maintenance of cranes and other organizational aspects. Along with the main goal of creating a platform, developers are actively developing the Einsteinium cryptocurrency as a means of payment for purchases of goods and services. This approach is based on the desire to attract a wider audience of users to the project, as well as large investors who can help in the development of this idea. Users themselves vote for one of the projects for which the funds will be collected. The first such step was the research in the field of oncology. The developers hope that with the help of Einsteinium cryptocurrency the interest of the community in scientific developments will increase. At the same time, digital money, in their opinion, will go beyond the speculative and settlement instruments and will also serve to benefit the future of all people.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Quantum Resistant Ledger (QRL)

    The creators of the Quantum Resistant Ledger platform chose an unusual goal - developing a system that is immune to hacking using a quantum computer. According to them, the existing protection algorithms will not help against a computer operating on the principles of quantum mechanics. And that is the problem. All existing computers are currently use technologies of classical physics. And today there are only a number of theories that can help in the construction of a quantum computer. In terms of information processing speed, such a machine will be several orders ahead of any existing computing devices. And we are talking not only about home PCs but also about industrial computers. According to some experts, Bitcoin (and several other platforms) is reliably protected from hacking. But the developers of Quantum Resistant Ledger argue that using a quantum computer will be able to hack the system. As they explain, the point here is that when creating a transaction through the blockchain, the public key is used. Theoretically, the key is opened only at the time of the transaction. The algorithm of Quantum Resistant Ledger avoids a situation in which the public key can benefit the attacker.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • MonetaryUnit (MUE)

    MonetaryUnit (MUE) is an open source decentralized cryptocurrency received as a result of the Quark fork in July 2014. The main feature of the project is a special random eight-factor hashing algorithm, which was developed specifically in order to preserve the possibility of mining coins on standard home computers. The main goal - MonetaryUnit can be used for the daily purchase of goods and services. A secondary goal is to introduce discounts on the purchase of goods and services using MUE.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Cortex (CTXC)

    Cortex's main mission is to provide the state-of-the-art machine-learning models on the blockchain in which users can infer using smart contracts on the Cortex blockchain. One of Cortex's goals also includes implementing a machine-learning platform that allows users to post tasks on the platform, submit AI DApps (Artificial Intelligence Decentralized Applications).

    Token (ERC20)
  • Zilliqa (ZIL)

    Zilliqa (ZIL) is a token developed in the year 2017. Zilliqa is mainly based on the concept of Sharding and primarily aims at improving the scalability of the cryptocurrency networks as in case of Bitcoin or Ethereum. The white paper mentions that the transactions speed would be approximately a thousand times more than that of Ethereum network. Ziliqa is fast, secured and decentralized. Zilliqa's high throughput means that you can focus on developing your ideas without worrying about network congestion, high transaction fees or security which are the key issues with legacy blockchain platforms. Zilliqa network uses a concept called Sharding where the transactions are grouped into smaller groups and divided among the miners for the parallel transactional verification. Developing smaller groups for transactional verification means the Consensus can be reached faster and hence a higher number of transactions can be processed in a given time frame. The capacity of the network linearly increases in other cryptocurrencies as the number of people joins the network, but in this case, the capacity is increased at a higher variable rate than the number of members joining the network. By incorporating the Sharding Technology, it can completely revolutionize the smart contract functionality too.

    Token (ERC20) Token (ZIL)
  • Lambda (LAMB)

    Lambda is a fast, safe, and scalable blockchain infrastructure project, which provides decentralized applications (DAPPs) data storage capabilities with unlimited scalability and fulfills services such as multi-chain data co-storage, cross-chain data management, data privacy protection, PDP, and distributed intelligent computing through logic decoupling and independent implementation of Lambda Chain and Lambda DB.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Ontology (ONT)

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    Ontology describes itself as a provider of high-performance public blockchains, which includes distributed ledger and smart contract systems. The Ontology blockchain framework reportedly supports public blockchain systems that can be customized for different applications. Ontology supports collaboration among chain networks with its various protocol groups. Ontology aims to constantly provide common modules on the underlying infrastructure for different kinds of distributed scenarios, such as those for the distributed digital identity framework and distributed data exchange protocol. Ontology intends to continue developing new common modules based on specific scenario requirements. Ontology uses a dual token (ONT and ONG) model. ONT is a coin and can be used for staking in consensus, whereas ONG is a utility token used for on-chain services. ONT releases ONG periodically.

    Coin
  • Ontology Gas (ONG)

    Ontology is a public infrastructure chain project and distributed trust collaboration platform. Its blockchain framework supports public blockchain systems and is able to customize different public blockchains for different applications. The blockchain/distributed ledger network combines distributed identity verification, data exchange, data collaboration, procedure protocols, communities, attestation, smart contract system support, and various industry-specific modules. The Ontology Gas (ONG) is the token developed by to be the platform gas. Ontology uses a dual token (ONT and ONG) model. ONT is the coin and can be used for staking in consensus, whereas ONG is the utility token used for on-chain services.

    Token (ONT)
  • Ravencoin (RVN)

    Ravencoin (RVN) is an open-source blockchain project that specializes in the creation and peer-to-peer transfer of assets. Ravencoin enables users to create and trade any real-world (e.g. commodities) or digital (e.g. virtual goods) assets on a network. The core developers launched Ravencoin on 3 Jan 2018. The project has some prominent backers: Bruce Fenton, Board Member of The Bitcoin Foundation, advises the team while Overstock has made a multi-million dollar investment into the project.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • IOST (IOST)

    The open-source IOST project is meant to meet the security and scalability needs of a decentralized economy by providing blockchain infrastructure that might serve as the architecture for the future of online services. Utilizing factors that include IOST token balances, reputation-based token balance, contributions to the network and user behaviors, their so-called "Proof of Believability" consensus algorithm was developed to ensure the security and efficiency of transactions on the network. The team at IOST recognizes that without sufficient scalability, multinational corporations may not be able to deploy blockchains to service their customers at the level expected today. As such, the teams at IOST propose the Internet of Services Token as a means to reach these ends.

    Coin Proof-of-Believability
  • aelf (ELF)

    Aelf (ELF) is an enterprise-focused blockchain platform powered by cloud computing. Leveraging cloud nodes and parallel processing, Aelf is reportedly able to achieve secure transactions at scale for commercial use cases. Aelf was developed by Ma Haobao, who is also the CEO of Hoopox. The team is backed by the likes of Michael Arrington (CEO of TechCrunch) and the founding partner of FBG Capital. Aelf is working with the Innovation Alliance to drive blockchain adoption. Aelf aims to enhance the ecosystem by providing a template and infrastructure for interaction between various sidechains.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Nebulas (NAS)

    Nebulas describes itself as an autonomous metanet, which focuses on on-chain data, interactions, and collaboration. Its hyper-mapped structural metadata can reportedly handle increasingly complex on-chain data and describe these interactions. On 15 April 2019, the team released Nebulas NOVA, a blockchain network with native on-chain incentive. After Nebulas NOVA goes live, developers and users will be able to participate in the development of the Nebulas ecosystem to realize its vision - let everyone benefit fairly from decentralized collaboration. To facilitate ecosystem development, asset management, and promote the "autonomous metanet", the founding team of Nebulas will form the "Nebulas Community Group" together with the community. The Nebulas Community Group comprises 3 organizations - Nebulas Council, Nebulas Foundation, and Nebulas Technical Committee. These organizations will supervise each other and support the sustainable development of Nebulas.

    Coin Proof-of-Devotion
  • Fetch.ai (FET)

    Launched in March 2018 by a team based in Cambridge, UK, Fetch.ai aims to be at the forefront of accelerating research and the deployment of emerging technologies such as blockchain and AI. Its solutions are designed for people, organizations, and IoT. The project has created an Open Economic Framework (OEF) that serves as a decentralized search and a value exchange platform for various autonomous economic agents. This is supported by a smart ledger that can reportedly support more than 30,000 transactions per second, and which is intended to meet the demands of the next generation of connected devices. Fetch.ai has digital intelligence at its heart: it aims to deliver actionable predictions, instant trust information, enable the construction of robust collaborative models, and improve efficiencies and streamlining processes.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Omni (OMNI)

    Omni is an asset and currency creation platform rebranded from MasterCoin. Based on bitcoin, OMNI provides all the same features as bitcoin and advanced Omni Layer features, such as blockchain-based crowdfunding and asset creation, management and exchange.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • TomoChain (TOMO)

    TomoChain (TOMO) bills itself as a solution to the scalability problem on blockchain platforms. TomoChain reportedly features a 150-Masternodes architecture with Proof of Stake Voting (POSV) consensus for near-zero fees and instant transaction confirmations. Security, stability, and chain finality are reportedly guaranteed via techniques such as double validation, staking via smart-contracts, and uniform randomization processes. TomoChain supports all EVM-compatible smart-contracts, protocols, and atomic cross-chain token transfers. Scaling techniques such as sharding, EVM parallelisation, private-chain generation, hardware integration will be continuously researched and integrated into TomoChain. The project aims to become "an ideal scalable smart-contract public blockchain for decentralized apps, token issuance, and token integration for small and big businesses".

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • Power Ledger (POWR)

    Power Ledger (POWR) is an Australian blockchain-based cryptocurrency and energy trading platform that allows for decentralized selling and buying of renewable energy. The platform provides consumers with access to a variety of energy markets around the globe and is meant to be scalable to various energy infrastructures and regulations. The market is based on a dual-token ecosystem operating on two blockchain layers, POWR and Sparkz. POWR tokens allow consumers and hosts providing energy to interface with the ecosystem and are protected through Smart Bond technology. POWR tokens can be converted into Sparkz tokens, which can be used for frictionless transactions in the energy exchange market. The initial coin offering for POWR tokens became the largest crowd funding project in Australia and the 14th highest in the world.

    Token (ERC20)
  • CyberMiles (CMT)

    CyberMiles (CMT) is a next generation blockchain for smart contracts. Its Smart Business Contracts are optimized for e-commerce applications. It will provide a large library of commerce-related Smart Business Contracts, striving to make it a streamlined process to build decentralized commerce applications.

    Coin dPoS
  • QuarkChain (QKC)

    QuarkChain team presents their project as an innovation in the world of blockchain. The idea is to create a user-friendly, flexible and what is more important, scalable (as it's one of the biggest problems facing blockchain technology at the moment) blockchain infrastructure. Those goals are being achieved through the use of so-called "sharding technology" and applying it to blockchain. The QuarkChain project is one of the foremost companies to implement sharding into the distributed ledger, i.e. blockchain, technology. In order to make QuarkChain user-oriented, the project added the ability to use multiple ledger formats, different consensus algorithms, going so far as to allow multi-native tokens for one single network, added to the feature of being able to run multiple virtual machines. Those virtual machines will be used to adopt any innovative solutions created for blockchain technology quickly and easily, providing incredible scalability, speed and efficiency never before seen in blockchain.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Cred (LBA)

    Libra Credit is a decentralized lending ecosystem that facilitates open access to credit anywhere and anytime based on the Ethereum blockchain. Libra Credit is a global initiative with a mission to provide financial inclusion and lower the cost of financial services. Powered by its proprietary big data, AI-based credit assessment technology and existing global partnership networks, Libra Credit has the expertise and capabilities to realize its mission. Libra Credit aims to offer a seamless digital lending process that can be completed in 5 steps: application, verification and credit assessment, confirmation, collateral deposit, and disbursement. The Libra Credit platform will focus on a dual-credit risk scoring mechanism that considers the creditworthiness of the pledged collateral as well as the credit information of the borrower. Borrowers will be able to pledge any crypto-assets as collateral and receive loans in their desired asset. Using smart contracts and a proprietary collateral valuation and liquidation system, Libra Credit will lock in agreed terms between borrows, lenders, custodians, guarantors and liquidators.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Utrust (UTK)

    The Utrust platform allows merchants to accept digital currencies as a means of payment. It aims to bring digital currencies to mainstream consumers while providing the buyer protection and credibility of traditional payment platforms. With an API for merchants and UX for buyers. Utrust stands at the intersection of e-commerce, mobile payments, and cryptocurrency. The team believes that digital currency is the future of money and the genesis of a more open and more inclusive financial system. Utrust's long-term vision is to become the leading platform for digital consumer currency payments, delivering a trusted blockchain payment solution to the world's most successful companies. The project aims to become a mainstream means-of-payment: The Utrust platform supports multiple digital currencies, including its own native token - UTK. Users can purchase goods and services, with a zero-fee exchange rate. It is also used on refunds and as part of affiliate referral program.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Chromia (CHR)

    Chromia (by ChromaWay) is a new blockchain platform for decentralized applications, conceived in response to the shortcomings of existing platforms and designed to enable a new generation of dapps to scale beyond what is currently possible. Chromia is both a blockchain and a relational database. This means that decentralized applications (dapps) can be written in a way that is familiar to developers all over the world, whether they work on large enterprise applications, games, or smaller projects.

    Token (ERC20)
  • ICON (ICX)

    Lead by the Seoul-based ICONLOOP (formerly theloop), ICON (ICX) aspires to build a decentralized network that allows different blockchains to transact with one another. The project's goal is to unify the balkanized blockchain ecosystem through its protocol and community-building initiatives. Potential use cases for ICX include transactions involving securities, currencies, loans, intellectual property, and personal authentication.

    Coin Loop Fault Tolerance
  • AirSwap (AST)

    AirSwap describes itself as a decentralized, peer-to-peer token trading network powered by Ethereum. AirSwap aims to make the buying and selling of tokens secure, simple, and without fees. Its mission is to empower people with global, frictionless trade. AirSwap implements the Swap protocol and currently has three products: Instant, Spaces, and DexIndex.

    Token (ERC20)
  • DigitalNote (XDN)

    DigitalNote describes itself as a decentralized Proof-of-Work(bmw512)/Proof-of-Stake(echo512) hybrid blockchain with fast, untraceable transactions and encrypted messaging features. The network is reportedly resistant to 51% attacks via its VRX v3.0 technology and it is mobile-ready with lightweight wallet functionality. A masternode network reportedly enhances untraceability and provides incentive for users to secure the network, whilst enabling fast private transactions and P2P messaging that are difficult to trace or censor. Miners and stakers are encouraged to participate via network fee payouts, facilitating consistent block generation and a fast network. DigitalNote was originally released as "duckNote" by an anonymous individual or group of individuals under the pseudonym "dNote" in 2014. Over the years more advancements were added to the protocol, with each major upgrade rebranding the name of the protocol (first "DarkNote" and then ultimately "DigitalNote"). Much like Bitcoin's "Satoshi Nakamoto", the original founder(s) vanished in 2017, leaving the open source code to be updated by a community team who have since continued development.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • district0x (DNT)

    District0x Network is a collective of decentralized marketplaces and communities, otherwise known as "districts". Districts exist as decentralized autonomous organizations (DAO) on the district0x Network and are built upon d0xINFRAa (standard open source framework comprised of Ethereum smart contracts and front-end libraries). d0xINFRA provides districts with the core functionalities required to operate an online market or community. The DNT ERC20 token can be used to vote on what districts should be built by the district0x team, and can be staked to gain access to voting rights in any district on the district0x Network.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Etherparty (FUEL)

    Nowadays, to conclude a smart contract in Ethereum, any user needs to be literate in Solidity programming language. Developing a language from the very beginning is quite time-consuming and takes up a lot of resources. Etherparty project has resolved this issue. People have no need to design smart contracts from the scratch by themselves and manage them afterwards in blockchain. In Etherparty users simply choose patterns that fit the requirements, without having any programming or coding background. Developers presented FUEL token which makes the whole platform working. With these tokens users buy access to Etherparty attributes. These attributes provide a large archive of smart contracts, security monitoring service and network infrastructure performance monitoring and analysis dashboards. So, since FUEL coins are "a must" to use a variety of platform features, the more popular Etherparty project becomes, the more important the FUEL tokens are. The Etherparty project has strong potential, as it lets people compose and manage smart contracts without any coding experience just by pressing a button.

    Token (ERC20)
  • IoTeX (IOTX)

    IoTeX is the auto-scalable and privacy-centric blockchain infrastructure for the Internet of Things (IoT). IoTeX's global team is comprised of Ph.Ds in Cryptography, Distributed Systems, and Machine Learning, top tier engineers, and experienced ecosystem builders. IoTeX is developing several in-house innovations to push the frontier of blockchain 3.0, including a blockchains-in-blockchain architecture for heterogeneous computing, lightning fast Roll-DPoS consensus mechanism, and lightweight privacy-preserving techniques. IoTeX is bringing autonomous device coordination to the masses by "connecting the physical world, block by block."

    Token (ERC20)
  • Tael (WABI) [ex WaBi]

    Tael (WABI) describes itself as a digital token used in the Tael ecosystem of consumer products. Consumer goods inside the ecosystem are secured from counterfeit attempts through banking-level, tamper-proof NFC smart-labels, which are linked to their digital representations on the blockchain. Consumers touch the label with their smartphones to verify a product's authenticity, discover the product's journey along the supply chain, and are rewarded for their purchases with the Tael token. Tael is used as a payment method across the Tael ecosystem and its partners.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Tierion (TNT)

    Tierion is launching a universal platform for data verification that operates at massive scale. Businesses safeguard and notarize important documents such as property titles and contracts to ensure anyone can prove their veracity. Surprisingly, there isn't a universal equivalent for safeguarding digital data. Companies in healthcare, insurance, and financial services are trusted with safeguarding huge volumes of critical data. Proving the authenticity of information within these industries is currently cumbersome, expensive, and in many cases impossible.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Agrello (DLT)

    Agrello develops an AI powered interface, allowing you to easily create and manage smart-contract-based agreements which are legally binding, just like traditional contracts. Agrello is highly end-user oriented and enables anyone to create smart-contracts. No coding or legal skills required.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Siacoin (SC)

    Siacoin (SC) aims to provide an open-source low-cost solution for cloud storage, offering encryption and distribution of files chosen for storage by users across a decentralized network of peers. User-controlled private keys give the assertion that no third parties should have access to or control over data stored on the network. As a result, the cloud storage marketplace made available to users of the Sia blockchain is meant to be highly redundant, completely private, and more affordable than many alternatives.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • HyperCash (HC)

    HyperCash (HC), formerly known as Hcash, was designed to facilitate value transfers across different blockchains. It supports zero-hash proofs, DAO governance, and quantum resistance. HyperCash offers two types of wallets: white and black. White addresses are publicly viewable, while black addresses will remain private. The use of zero-knowledge proofs masks the identity of the sender and receiver while verifying transactions. Hcash uses a hybrid blockchain/DAG network and a hybrid PoW/PoS consensus model for governance.

    Coin Proof-of-Work Proof-of-Stake Hybrid Consensus
  • GoChain (GO)

    GoChain (token ticker GO) is the project trying to solve some of the most difficult issues facing the blockchain community right now like the problem of scalability. Since even the most advanced mainstream blockchains, like Ethereum, are very limited due to their inherently short-sighted Proof-of-Stake algorithm, the GoChain team developed and implemented a new system, the one they call the Proof-of-Reputation. Instead of the proverbial rich getting richer, the network is constantly keeping tabs on all of the participants and users around the platform, evaluating each one's actions across the board to tell precisely in what ways the user's been complying with all of the platforms rules. Everybody using the platform will have a certain reputation ranking, so cheating and doing harmful things to the platform will lead to punishments and adhering to the rules will allow the system to be safe, secure and free of any type of errors or threats. GoChain is also completely compatible with the Ethereum blockchain, so it allows any project currently using Ethereum as their blockchain, to switch easily and without incurring any additional costs.

    Coin Proof-of-Reputation
  • Obyte (GBYTE) [ex Byteball]

    Obyte (ex Byteball) is a decentralized system that allows tamper proof storage of arbitrary data, including data that represents transferable value such as currencies, property titles, debt, shares, etc. Storage units are linked to each other such that each storage unit includes one or more hashes of earlier storage units, which serves both to confirm earlier units and establish their partial order. The set of links among units forms a DAG (directed acyclic graph). There is an internal currency called "bytes" that is used to pay for adding data into the decentralized database. Other currencies (assets) can also be freely issued by anyone to represent property rights, debt, shares, etc. Users can send both bytes and other currencies to each other to pay for goods/services or to exchange one currency for another; the transactions that move the value are added to the database as storage units.

    Coin DAG
  • Paytomat (PTI)

    Paytomat describes itself as an infrastructure platform that enables the use of cryptocurrencies in everyday life. Paytomat products include a multicurrency wallet, plugins for Point-of-Sale and e-commerce systems, and a standalone crypto payment solution.

    Token (EOSIO)
  • SingularityNET (AGI)

    With a team that has amassed AI developers and robotics scientists, SingularityNET (AGI) was developed to serve as a marketplace for AI services made accessible through the blockchain. From individual algorithms & standalone AI applications to machine learning or model training, these services would be offered to satisfy demand for AI among various communities. The long-term goals of the SingularityNET team include building an ecosystem of AI Agents that would interact with one another using resources from the OpenCog Foundation and help people to create, share, and monetize AI services at scale over a decentralized network.

    Token (ERC20)
  • MCO (MCO) [ex Monaco]

    Crypto.com was founded in 2016 on a simple belief: it's a basic human right for everyone to control their money, data and identity. With over 1 million users on its platform today, Crypto.com provides a powerful alternative to traditional financial services, turning its vision of "cryptocurrency in every wallet" into reality, one customer at a time. Crypto.com is built on a solid foundation of security, privacy and compliance and is the first cryptocurrency company in the world to have CCSS Level 3, ISO27001:2013 and PCI:DSS 3.2.1, Level 1 compliance. Crypto.com is headquartered in Hong Kong with a 170+ strong team.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Monetha (MTH)

    Monetha is a decentralized payment solution built on the Ethereum network. The Monetha solution leverages smart contract technology to provide a decentralized trust and reputation system in which sellers ratings are attatched to their respective transactions. The solution also enables merchants to accept ETH and Ethereum-based tokens which can be exchanged automatically into fiat currency. MTH is an Ethereum-based token that is used to pay for goods on Monetha. The value of the MTH token is based on its underlying assets, properties and/or associated rights. Monetha tokens also represent percentage share of revenue of Monetha project.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Edgeless (EDG)

    The Ethereum smart contract-based Casino offers a 0% house edge and solves the casino transparency question once and for all. EDG token is used to play Edgeless casino games. EDG is an Ethereum-based ERC20 protocol token, guaranteeing absolute casino transparency.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Neblio (NEBL)

    The Neblio Platform aims to provide fully open-source APIs, tools, and services for enterprises to deploy dApps. The Neblio Network uses a Proof-of-Stake algorithm where users stake NEBL coins to secure the network. To encourage staking and securing the network, the network rewards users for the time spent staking. The network is set to generate new coins at a rate that is variable depending on the number of coins currently being staked on the network at any given time.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • Metal (MTL)

    Metal is a blockchain-based system utilizing Proof-of-Processed-Payments to identify users, rewarding them for converting legacy fiat currency into cryptocurrency, acting as a bridge to the cryptocurrency world. Metal's system uses provable payments attached to verified identities to distribute currency. Anyone can participate to earn METAL as a reward for converting fiat to cryptocurrency. The Metal project aims to provide all of the financial services small to medium-sized businesses (SMB) might need. The MTL token is the native currency within the Metal system and it's distributed through a Proof of Processed Payments (PoPP) in which users earn MTL for sending money or making purchases.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Humaniq (HMQ)

    Humaniq is a financial ecosystem built on blockchain, focused on simply and quickly connecting unbanked people to the global economy. It combines blockchain bank as a core platform for financial services and technology start-ups, biometrics that replaces passports and signatures, ICO and distributed ownership instead of shareholders, and an investment fund for third-party start-up acquisition and acceleration

    Token (ERC20)
  • Groestlcoin (GRS)

    Launched in Mar 2014, Groestlcoin (GRS) is a peer-to-peer (p2p) cryptocurrency with a focus on technological advancement. GRS is reportedly he first coin to implement Segregated Witness (SegWit) and perform the first Lightning Network transaction on its mainnet network. GRS utilizes two rounds of Grøstl-512 for its mining algorithm. GRS claims to have major development releases every 3 months.

    Coin Proof-of-Work Lightning Network
  • Celer Network (CELR)

    Celer Network describes itself as "a layer-2 scaling platform to build fast, easy-to-use, low-cost and secure blockchain applications at internet scale through off-chain scaling techniques and incentive-aligned cryptoeconomics".

    Token (ERC20)
  • Ankr (ANKR)

    Ankr Network aims to establish a more open cloud ecosystem by building a distributed computing platform that could leverage idle computing resources in an efficient marketplace. Noting high margins earned by tech giants involved in the cloud computing industry, the team behind Ankr Network believes there should be a way for researchers, students and startups to access affordable cloud computing in a way that is not centralized.

    Token (ERC20)
  • ARPA Chain (ARPA)

    APRA describes itself as a privacy-preserving computation network based on cryptography. It reportedly enables private smart contract on blockchains such as Ethereum and IOST, the secure exchange of data, joint data analysis, and monetization among enterprises/individuals.

    Token (ERC20) Token (BEP2)
  • DMarket (DMT)

    DMarket is being designed with a specific goal and a specific audience in mind, and that is the gaming industry in all of its various faucets. The worldwide gaming community is an area that the blockchain technology has not really capitalized on in any satisfying way and furthermore, there is a huge market still waiting to be blockchained in the real sense of the word. Capitalizing on that untapped market might provide literally billions of dollars in profits to the platform of DMarket. Its core premise is that anybody, no matter their expertise and knowledge base should be able to register, log in and be able to trade the virtual items freely, and have an opportunity to make considerable money doing it, too. The monetization of the in-game items strung around the gaming worlds might literally reach billions and billions of dollars. There will be a way to trade the items no matter the game platform a person is using, with obvious support of the Steam, and other largest gaming communities.

    Token (ERC20)
  • PIXEL (PXL)

    PIXEL (Piction Network) is a decentralized peer-to-peer digital content ecosystem. Leveraging blockchain technology, Piction Network intends to cultivate a creator oriented and trustless digital content ecosystem. Piction Network aim to disrupt the centralized models of content monetization, distribution, and ownership dominated by extractive intermediaries to return power back to the content creators.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Hydro (HYDRO)

    Hydro enables new and existing private systems to seamlessly integrate and leverage the immutable & transparent dynamics of a public blockchain to enhance application and document security, identity management, transactions, and artificial intelligence. Hydro enables developers to seamlessly deploy blockchain in their existing applications, without the need to create expensive infrastructure. If you are building a fintech app in investing, savings, or insurance, Hydrogen is already leveraging the Hydro blockchain technology. Through the Hydrogen API, you can build a blockchain application without being a blockchain developer. The proposed technology is called "Raindrop" — a transaction performed through a smart contract that validates private system access publicly, and can complement existing private authentication methods. The technology is intended to provide additional security for sensitive financial data that is increasingly at risk from hacking and breaches. Initial implementation of the Hydro Raindrop is performed on the Hydrogen API Platform. This modular set of APIs is available to enterprises and developers globally to prototype, build, test, and deploy sophisticated financial technology platforms and products.

    Token (ERC20)
  • PumaPay (PMA)

    PumaPay aims to enable day-to-day payment scenarios, such as top-ups and subscriptions on the blockchain, thus adding convenience and usability to blockchain technology. PumaPay's managed payment service reportedly allows businesses to easily set up their account and start accepting cryptos immediately.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Endor Protocol (EDR)

    The Endor Protocol (token ticker EDR) is the project that tries to revolutionize the industry of financial analytics. The overall concept is to bring deep learning algorithms and the cutting-edge developments in Artificial Intelligence to the forefront of business development predictions. Using large swathes of data, the AI developed by Endor would cope with an issue of the state of certain funds, or a question about these funds' future financial well-being. Acting as a sort of financial counselor powered by the near-futuristic technologies, the actual mechanics of the predictions, as The Endor Protocol team assures, are backed by extensive MIT-sponsored research. By definition it is a system that doesn't need data scientists, financial analysts, modeling data or high expenditures on creating a prediction. The platform itself is considered to be a successful implementation that can easily change the way financial institutions around the world conduct their business.

    Token (ERC20)
  • HedgeTrade (HEDG)

    HedgeTrade aims to become a platform where the world's best traders share their knowledge. Traders post predictions into a smart contract-powered Blueprint that users can purchase or unlock in order to access. Traders are rewarded if the Blueprint is correct otherwise the user's purchase is refunded. HedgeTrade aims to revolutionize social trading using blockchain technology.

    Token (ERC20)
  • AdEx (ADX)

    AdEx is a decentralized Ad exchange built on the Ethereum network. Focusing on the entertainment industry and video streaming services and publishers, AdEx aims to replace the traditional digital advertising models by providing a transparent, focused solution for advertisers to collaborate with ad publishers directly, skipping middlemen fees and complications. The platform also ensures that the end user can understand and control the ads delivered to them through the use of the AdEx User Profile personalized page. The AdEx token (ADX) is used within the AdEx Platform to buy or sell advertising space and time.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Aeron (ARN)

    Aeron's solution relies on blockchain technology to track aircraft maintenance and pilot logs. Aeron is constructing a database and a decentralized online system that hosts global data on aircraft, flight schools, and pilots. This electronic logging system would encourage pilots to have logs that reflect accurate flight hours, with a view towards enhancing aviation safety. The Aeron (ARN) utility token will be incorporated in Aeron products. It helps to enhance product usage, allow contribution to the ecosystem, product access, and ownership.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Ambrosus (AMB)

    Ambrosus is a blockchain-powered IoT network for food and pharmaceutical enterprises, enabling secure and frictionless dialogue between sensors, distributed ledgers and databases to optimise supply chain visibility and quality assurance.

    Token (ERC20)
  • AppCoins (APPC)

    AppCoins is an open and distributed protocol for app stores based on the Ethereum blockchain and smart contracts. It redesigns app advertising, in-app purchases (IAP), and app approval flows through a circular model. As a higher share of the advertising and IAP revenue is kept within the app ecosystem, more value is retained in the app economy. Being an open protocol, it would theoretically provide more transparency and trust. Multiple app stores can implement and benefit from this and stakeholders will have to contribute to its development and adoption. Furthermore, API integration will streamline implementation. AppCoins integrates app stores, users, developers, advertisers, and OEMs. This system is app store agnostic, existing across different mobile platforms (Android & iOS). The different app stores act as oracles of the smart contracts, which are associated with each of the platform's core transactions. This system creates a trust layer for the economy, obviating the need for intermediaries. AppCoins aims to become the universal language of the app economy.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Ark (ARK)

    ARK (ARK) is a project that offers a suite of tools to create an ecosystem of interoperable blockchains. Using the Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) consensus algorithm, ARK's network is secured by delegates, who are appointed by ARK token holders through voting. ARK is also able to connect to external blockchains through the use of "SmartBridges".

    Coin dPoS
  • BlockMason Credit Protocol (BCPT)

    Blockmason's Credit Protocol is a standardized, reliable and secure method for recording and permanently storing debt and credit obligations on the blockchain. The Credit Protocol functions as a foundation for building decentralized applications that involve accounting, defaults, payables, receivables, or tracking any other form of financial obligation. With these features, companies in finance, healthcare, energy, legal, retail, logistics, entertainment and other industries can build their own decentralized applications and solutions to fit their needs.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Blox (CDT) [ex CoinDash]

    Blox is an operating system for blockchain-based assets, it has the goal of making handling and trading easy and accessible for both new and experienced users in the cryptoshpere. The Blox's ecosystem includes three synergistic components: Software-as-a-Service (Saas), Social Networking and the Marketplace. SaaS: Blox provides analytics that gives users deep insight into the performance of their investments and helps them make data-driven decisions. Social Network: Blox provides social trading features that remove barriers for new and existing crypto users by letting them follow and copy-trade top investors. Marketplace: Blox's marketplace is built around opportunity discovery and streamlined trading UX with features like real-time social trading signals, an ICO dashboard, trending assets, real-time market price tables and 3rd party integration. Every action within the Blox platform requires the user to pay a fee which is paid in the CDT token, an Ethereum-based token Every user who facilitates the use of a feature which in turn gives financial value will be entitled to a payment, creating a creator-consumer relationship between users in the system.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Cindicator (CND)

    Cindicator (CND) aims to provide the social and technological infrastructure needed to make effective decisions under the conditions of the high uncertainty of the new economy. It offers a synthesis of financial analysts and machine-learning models to create a Hybrid Intelligence infrastructure to facilitate the efficient management of investors' capital in traditional and crypto-markets.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Emercoin (EMC)

    Emercoin (token ticker EMC) is the project that has existed since the 2013. The idea behind the project is to create a platform where experienced developers create a pre-made set of decentralized software development kits - that allows anybody, any developer almost regardless of their experience or expertize, to create software on the distributed ledger technology simply and efficiently, implement blockchain-based solutions into their own projects, provide innovative services to the already-existing clientele or build a completely new one from scratch. Emercoin creates a possibility for development that is both fast and easy, where developers can simply peruse large chunks of code, as well as some technical documentation, and, of course, the application programming interfaces provided by the platform. Emercoin provides a space for data storage that is both effective and secure, it supports Proof-of-Stake as its main consensus mechanism, and its developers guarantee absolute security.

    Coin Proof-of-Work Proof-of-Stake Hybrid Consensus
  • Enigma (ENG)

    Enigma (ENG) is a crypto platform that's trying to solve the problem of privacy on the blockchain by giving access to data storage and privacy while remaining scalable. Enigma aims to extend Ethereum Smart Contracts by introducing secret contracts. Secret contracts would operate off-chain, meaning the execution of the contract doesn't occur on the Ethereum blockchain, but rather sorts any related data into pieces, encrypts those pieces, and distributes them redundantly among Enigma nodes.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Everex (EVX)

    Everex enables you to transfer, borrow, and trade in any fiat currency, anywhere. No Bank account required. With settling times below 30 seconds, transaction costs of a few cents, and global support, the world's markets are in the palm of your hand.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Genesis Vision (GVT)

    Genesis Vision (GVT) is the platform for the private trust management market, built on Blockchain technology and Smart Contracts. Genesis Vision intends to create a service via which managers, brokers, traders, exchanges, and other financial instruments can access a diverse range of assets via one interface.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Ignis (IGNIS)

    Ignis was the first child chain developed based on the main platform. Its functionality includes the following aspects: 1) decentralized information storage, comparable to cloud services; 2) a system of user options, through which system participants can determine the level of privacy in the use of the Ignis platform; 3) ample opportunities to create smart contracts, own tokens, chats with the exchange of encrypted messages and files; 4) voting based on the anonymity of users. As part of the development, Ignis created its own token for calculations on user functionality. All tokens of Ardor's child chains are freely convertible among themselves, which creates a complete ecosystem aimed at the convenience of users in working with smart contracts and digital technologies. The development of Ignis is closely related to the success of the Ardor platform and in this direction, experts note the significant potential of both projects. They allocate an innovative approach to the formation of the blockchain, as well as an extensive range of opportunities offered by this development.

    Token (ARDOR)
  • Insolar (INS)

    Insolar is a global technology company building public and private blockchain solutions on the Insolar Blockchain Platform, which is a reportedly secure, flexible, and scalable blockchain for business. Insolar Blockchain Platform is a solution which streamlines interactions between companies. The platform's key features, as described by the team, are unlimited scalability, security, simplified development, interoperability, user protection, and regulatory compliance.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Litecoin Cash (LCC)

    Litecoin Cash was forked from Litecoin on 18 Feb 2018 at block 1371111, with a 10:1 Claim Ratio. For every 1 LTC held at the fork block, LTC holders could claim 10 LCC. After the fork block, Litecoin Cash switched to SHA256 proof-of-work hashes. This enables a new use for previously obsolete Bitcoin mining hardware. It's also the world's first blockchain to utilize HiveMine. The Hive, agent-based mining system, requires no specialised hardware. It's centered around the concept of worker bees, which can be created by any LCC holder, who then becomes a beekeeper. Once mature, worker bees have a finite lifespan during which they live inside the blockchain and help to secure it by minting blocks. Beekeepers will earn rewards whenever one of their bees mints a block.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Loopring (LRC)

    Loopring (LRC) is a decentralized exchange (DEX) protocol offering orderbook-based trading infrastructure with anti-front-running, and zero-knowledge proof-based scaling technologies. This infrastructure consists of open source smart contracts, as well as off-chain matching and proving software. Loopring 3.0, leveraging zero knowledge proofs, reportedly allows for significant throughput increases of non-custodial exchanges while maintaining the security guarantees of the Ethereum blockchain. Loopring also offers an auction protocol called Oedax (Open-Ended Dutch Auction Exchange). LRC is the protocol token that is used on Loopring and Oedax to incentivize network liquidity and optimize exchange/participant behaviour.

    Token (ERC20)
  • MaidSafeCoin (MAID)

    MaidSafeCoin (MAID) is the decentralized currency for the SAFE Network, a autonomous and decentralized data network that boasts extra hard disk space, processing power, and data connectivity for its users. The SAFE network is a sharing economy for digital resources, that seeks to "create a secure, autonomous, data-centric, peer-to-peer network as an alternative to the current server-centric model". The network is comprised of two main users: "clients" who access the various features of the network, such as browsing, storing data, or transferring money, and "farmers" who look after the clients' data until it's needed, at which point they might receive a reward for their efforts.

    Token (Omni)
  • Mainframe (MFT)

    Mainframe (MFT) is a platform for decentralized applications. The Mainframe network enables applications to send data, store files, and manage payments. The project bills itself as the "the messaging layer for the new web". The MFT ERC20 token can used as a medium of exchange within the platform.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Matchpool (GUP)

    Matchpool is a decentralized matchmaking protocol which uses group dynamics to help as many participants as possible to find love. It can also be used as a more generic platform for any kind of paid membership community which can clearly define two sides of an interaction or market.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Metaverse ETP (ETP)

    Metaverse bills itself as a public open-sourced blockchain project that seeks to provide a foundational infrastructure for social and enterprise needs. Its goal is to construct a universe where digital assets (Metaverse Smart Token and Metaverse Identifiable Token) and digital identities (Avatar) underpin asset transactions with the help of a value intermediary (Oracle).

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Mithril (MITH)

    Mithril (MITH) is a decentralized social media platform on the Ethereum Blockchain that rewards users for creating content. The team plans to partner existing social platforms to drive adoption of its ERC20 MITH token, which can reportedly be integrated with any social media platform. In addition to storing funds, the Mithril Vault wallet can be used for staking and swapping into other currencies.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Moeda Loyalty Points (MDA)

    Moeda offers simple peer-to-peer payments and a peer-to-peer remittance network to help drive entrepreneurs toward their goals. From micro business loans to large crowdfunded initiatives, the Moeda digital token, which is fiat pegged, can empower regular people across the world. A digital token can travel farther and faster than physical cash ever could. Payments, remittance and lending, the Moeda platform allows underbanked entrepreneurs access to fast payment ecosystem and personal business loans using blockchain based Android and iOS applications.

    Token (ERC20)
  • MonaCoin (MONA)

    MonaCoin is an open source digital currency and a peer-to-peer (p2p) payment network. Dubbed by its creators as "the first Japanese cryptocurrency", the coin has become somewhat of Japan's national alternative to Bitcoin or Litecoin. Like its predecessors, the coin was created purely to serve as P2P electronic cash, a decentralized digital currency aimed at Japanese citizens. There are a few key differences that set it apart from the coins that came before it, and this guide is dedicated to drawing out these differences. Conceived in December of 2013, Monacoin was officially born on January 1st, 2014 with no premine.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Monolith (TKN) [ex TokenCard]

    Monolith is a decentralised banking alternative, powered by Ethereum. Monolith provides a non-custodial contract wallet to store Ethereum-based tokens securely. Users can then exchange them to fiat and load them onto their Monolith Visa debit card. The Contract Wallet is non-custodial, open-source, and decentralised. It enforces advanced security features which are designed to protect users funds in the event of an attack. The Monolith Visa debit card is accepted globally and currently available for EEA residents. The Monolith token, TKN, gives community members a chance to participate in the success of the Monolith card. TKN is backed by a growing basket of ERC20 tokens that people use to pay for everyday purchases. Each time a Monolith card user spends any other token than TKN, a 1% contribution is sent to the TKN Community Chest. Holders of TKN can then cash and burn their tokens at any time to redeem their share of the chest.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Namecoin (NMC)

    Namecoin is an experimental open-source technology which improves decentralization, security, censorship resistance, privacy, and speed of certain components of the Internet infrastructure such as DNS and identities. (For the technically minded, Namecoin is a key/value pair registration and transfer system based on the Bitcoin technology.) Bitcoin frees money – Namecoin frees DNS, identities, and other technologies. Namecoin was the first fork of Bitcoin and still is one of the most innovative "altcoins". It was first to implement merged mining and a decentralized DNS. Namecoin was also the first solution to Zooko's Triangle, the long-standing problem of producing a naming system that is simultaneously secure, decentralized, and human-meaningful.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Orbs (ORBS)

    Orbs is a public blockchain acting as the production layer to complement Ethereum. Adopting Orbs alongside Ethereum allows DApps to enjoy the best of both chains: unmatched security, liquidity and ecosystem integration, together with low-fees, production-ready scalability and a suitable fee structure. Orbs developed two groundbreaking technologies to make this possible: Virtual Chains and Randomised Proof of Stake.

    Token (ERC20)
  • OST (OST)

    A wide range of blockchain opportunities create conditions for good business management and organization of workflow. The developers of Simple Token paid attention to this aspect, considering the possibilities for applying digital technologies in their own company. However, as they studied and analyzed, they faced the need to develop the required tools from scratch, which provided for the technical complexity of the project and the serious costs involved in its implementation. Simple Token offers a platform in which each company or individual developer can provide their projects to other members for a fee. This method will not only return the money spent on the basis of the relevance of technology but also obtain a certain benefit. The Simple Token project focuses on the ability to create digital brands and assets. Each participant will be able to receive funds for the use of the resources they host - from simple content to ready-made software for managing enterprises.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Patientory (PTOY)

    PTOY is the native token of the PTOYNet private permissioned blockchain storage network and currency fuel of the platform. In exchange for PTOY, users (which include patients and healthcare organizations) will be able to use the network to rent health information storage space and execute health-specific smart contract payments/transactions. PTOY aims to drive the PTOYNET's value towards interoperability and cybersecurity. This system intends to eliminate the friction and costs of current third‑party intermediaries when considering population health management. The storage network promises improved data integrity, reduced transaction costs, decentralization, and disintermediation of transparency/trust and directs the healthcare stakeholders to securely manage electronic medical data.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Populous (PPT)

    The idea behind Populous (PPT) is to allow enterprise owners the opportunity for liquidity on invoices for durations up to 90 days using a peer-to-peer invoice financing platform. According to technical documents, the platform connects invoice sellers directly to buyers granting expedited access to funds for the sellers offering their invoices at a discount to buyers. Appropriate discounts may be applied based on mathematical ratios that assess risk factors such as profitability, leverage, solvency and activity as variables that could predict the likelihood of bankruptcy. In this arrangement, invoice buyers intending to take advantage of these discounts by transacting using the native Ethereum-based PPT tokens on the platform would receive the amount previously agreed upon once invoices are paid by the debtor.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Raiden Network Token (RDN)

    The Raiden Network is an off-chain scaling solution, enabling near-instant, low-fee and scalable payments. It's complementary to the Ethereum blockchain and works with any ERC20 compatible token. The Raiden project is work in progress. Its goal is to research state channel technology, define protocols and develop reference implementations.The Raiden Network is an infrastructure layer on top of the Ethereum blockchain. While the basic idea is simple, the underlying protocol is quite complex and the implementation non-trivial. Nonetheless the technicalities can be abstracted away, such that developers can interface with a rather simple API to build scalable decentralized applications based on the Raiden Network.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Ripio Credit Network (RCN)

    RCN is a global credit network based on cosigned smart contracts that connects lenders and borrowers located anywhere in the world and on any currency. The smart contracts connect agents with information on the borrower's identity to agents that analyze the borrower's credit risk impartially, thus standardizing credit lending through blockchain technology. A cosigner acts as a re insurer that distributes and reduces the lender's risk and, at the same time, helps to improve the contract conditions by retaining access to the borrower's local legal system.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Silverway (SLV)

    Silverway provides aggregated and structured OTC (over-the-counter) data for crypto markets. The ecosystem includes hundreds of professional investors, brokers, exchanges, projects, and thousands of retail investors, which could potentially be opened up to more accredited market participants. The platform was reportedly created by a team of former investment bankers and private equity professionals.

    Token (ERC20)
  • SingularDTV (SNGLS)

    SingularDTV is a blockchain entertainment studio laying the foundation for a decentralized entertainment industry. By building the future of rights management, project funding, and peer-to-peer distribution, SingularDTV's platform empowers artists and creators with powerful tools to manage projects from development to distribution. The project is slated to produce one season of "Singular", a three-episode mini-series about a technological singularity. The theme is around a technological singularity and is shot in San Pedro in the Caribbean. The project will also produce a feature-length documentary on Ethereum and blockchain technology and an eight-episode short-form documentary series. On the software side, the project will create a digital rights management platform that will allow other artists to use the platform to sell their work directly to the audience using their software. There will also be a video on demand portal where the company will acquire the rights to other original content and make it available to the users of the platform, similar to Netflix and Amazon.

    Token (ERC20)
  • SOLVE (SOLVE)

    Solve.Care is a healthcare IT company that builds blockchain platforms which the team believes may improve the way healthcare is delivered and managed. The Solve.Care platform reportedly uses blockchain technology as the underlying distributed ledger for coordinating care, benefits and payments between all parties in the chain of healthcare: patients, doctors, pharmacies, laboratories, employers, insurers, and others. SOLVE tokens may be used to secure efficient and transparent healthcare administration around the world. The token supply is fixed and the price variable, as determined by market supply and demand. SOLVE token runs natively on the Ethereum blockchain and is designed to follow the ERC20 token standard.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Storm (STORM)

    Storm (STORM) aims to create a blockchain-based, gamified, micro-task marketplace (Storm Market) that enables users to earn by STORM ERC20 tokens by completing different tasks. With the disintermediation enabled by blockchain technology, Storm Market offers the benefit of reduced transaction fees for participants on its network vis-a-vis alternatives like Mechanical.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Time New Bank (TNB)

    Miao'A International Timechain (M.I.T) is dedicated to building a precision time-value-based transmission network. We highly acknowledge the time-value of money for each individual, and that the extent of which an individual's time is valued depends on how much he/she is needed by others, i.e. the more helpful an individual is, the higher the individual is needed. For the purpose of better presenting individuals' time-value, and effectively matching the time exporters and time demanders, M.I.T will introduce TNB (Time New Bank) digital currency, based on a blockchain technology underlying platform, aiming to establish a time-value transmission network which comprises prominences of decentralization, internationalization, payment flexibility, pricing transparency, and strong protection of rights and proof-of-stake.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Unikoin Gold (UKG)

    UnikoinGold is designed as a decentralized ERC20 token on the Ethereum blockchain. Its use within the Platform will have certain limitations depending on whether users are located in jurisdictions in which Unikrn is licensed to offer a full suite of betting services (Full Service Jurisdictions) or in jurisdictions where Unikrn will offer a more limited set of betting services (Limited Jurisdictions). In Full Service Jurisdictions, we intend for UnikoinGold to be used for the exchange and interchange of a virtual point-based reward system for the purpose of legal and licensed betting on esports matches, tournaments and other engagement around gaming, including jackpots. As designed, UnikoinGold would also be used as a rewards and incentive token for esports participants, players and teams through tipping. It would also be an entry to a new version of the existing Unikrn spectator betting platform, and it is intended to become the token used on a new skill-based betting platform. Our goal is for UnikoinGold to power the most immersive live-betting platform for esports. In Limited Jurisdictions, UnikoinGold can still be used to purchase jackpot tickets involving esports and for accessing exclusive rooms. It won't, however, be usable for gaming-related uses that require licenses.

    Token (ERC20)
  • VeriCoin (VRC)

    VeriCoin describes itself as purely a digital currency that runs on its own protocol known as Proof-of-Stake-Time (PoST). Proof of Stake Time rewards investors with variable and compounding interest payments on the coins held within their wallets in return for leaving Vericoin's digital wallet open and running on their computer, a process known as "staking". Staking, incentivized through interest payments, validates transactions on the VeriCoin network. VeriCoin transactions are reportedly nearly instant (currently 10 times faster than Bitcoin). The team claims that - upon the upcoming launch of the binary chain that pairs VeriCoin with Verium Reserve - network transaction speeds will increase exponentially. The Dual Blockchain (or Binary-Chain) pairs a digital currency (VeriCoin) with a digital reserve (Verium). It reportedly secures and accelerates transactions by leveraging complementary protocol technologies (Proof-of-Stake-Time and Proof-of-Work-Time), into a blockchain system. The goal is to offer a comprehensive solution to ensure low cost, secure, fast, and scalable digital transactions.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • Vertcoin (VTC)

    Vertcoin (VTC) is an ASIC-resistant P2P Litecoin fork that uses PoW to reach consensus. Billed as the "The People's Coin", the Vertcoin ascribes primacy to keeping its mining functions decentralized, and seeks to allow anyone with a personal computer to join the Vertcoin network. Towards this end, Vertcoin has its very own 1-click miner, a program meant to make mining more accessible to the general public. In Jul 2014, Vertcoin released a wallet supporting Stealth Address transactions.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • WePower (WPR)

    WePower is a blockchain-based green energy trading platform that connects energy buyers (households and investors) directly with the green energy producers. The WPR ERC20 token functions as a payment method on the WePower Network, which aims to standardize and enhance liquidity of the existing energy investment ecosystem, thereby translating into reduced prices for network participants.

    Token (ERC20)
  • WINk (WIN)

    WINk is a gaming platform for users to play, socialize, and stake across multiple blockchain ecosystems that leverages the WIN token as the native digital asset within the platform. Through behavioral mining, innovative token economy design, and other incentive mechanisms, WINk has built an ecosystem that provides a high quality, decentralized gaming experience, which enables developers to build dApps that drive genuine adoption and engages users to participate and contribute as active stakeholders in the platform.

    Token (TRC20)
  • QASH (QASH) [Liquid by Quoine]

    Liquid, formerly Quoine, is building a universal liquidity solution for cryptoasset trading and a suite of services, Worldbook and Prime Brokerage, using the Qash (QASH) token. The QASH token will power all services that Liquid provides. The exchange is regulated by the Japan FSA and aligned with the requirements of most regulated markets around the world.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Aion (AION)

    Aion is the digital asset of The Open Application Network. Aion is used to secure and access The OAN. As a public infrastructure, a global community of individuals, software companies, and institutions secure and maintain the operations of The OAN. These critical functions are enabled and incentivized using Aion. The Open Application Network solves the unintended consequences of platform economies. The OAN is an open source public infrastructure for the creation and hosting of Open Apps. Open Apps are programs that put users back in control and are universally accessible across platforms. The OAN is built on open standards and is owned by everyone that uses it.

    Coin Proof-of-Work Proof-of-Stake Hybrid Consensus
  • Bitcoin Diamond (BCD)

    Bitcoin Diamond (BCD) is a hard fork of Bitcoin. The fork occurring at at block height 495866, implemented changes including a new proof of work algorithm to deter attacks on the network and segregation of transaction signatures from transactions on the chain for additional capacity allowing a greater number of transactions per second on the network as a whole.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • BitSend (BSD)

    BitSend is the framework created by the team of developers, engineers and designers, in order to build a comprehensive platform for anybody to start using the blockchain-based currencies more alike to the actual money we use in our everyday lives, instead of simply using our crypto assets as the means of exchange on the large crypto platforms where users are only able to trade with a view to sell the currency later on. In that particular context, the word currency is almost inappropriate, and this is what BitSend team recognizes and why their particular brand of cryptographic currency, their own token, they call the "digital money" that users could potentially use anywhere, even going so far as saying that you could spend the token of the BitSend platform literally anywhere. The token itself is minable, and both the miners as well as the masternodes receive the very appropriate rewards for their effort, creating a digital economy that could sustain itself.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • BlackCoin (BLK)

    BlackCoin has seen initial success due to its innovative features. The coin has incorporated bitcoin upgrades to reduce transaction risk. The coin initially uses proof of work as well as proof of stake, with the proof of work being dropped after the 10000th block. The advantages of Blackcoins proof of stake is that it has extremely fast transaction confirmation times at ten seconds - compared to bitcoins ten minutes plus. The other bonus is the low energy consumption without PoW mining. Interest is paid annually at a 1% rate - well below the present global average.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake
  • Constellation (DAG)

    Constellation is a distributed network that enables fast, scalable solutions for organizations who need to process and transfer data securely and build interoperability for connected sensors and devices. As computing moves increasingly to the edge, Constellation provides the only scalable, secure solution for a world with more connectivity, more centralization, and more concentrated risk.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Dent (DENT)

    Dent is a decentralized exchange for mobile data. It's based on the Ethereum blockchain, allowing mobile data to be sold, bought or donated through an automated bidding process much like currencies or goods. The data packages are smart contracts in Ethereum. The DENT token is required to purchase mobile data within the Dent platform.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Dynamic (DYN)

    Dynamic enables fast, secure, verifiable transfers of data using blockchain technology. Enabling third-party developers to build low-cost solutions across varied industry using the BDAP protocol. Dynamic can be used to run incentivized Dynodes; the second tier of nodes on the network; processing, verifying, validating and storing data. The international team includes highly experienced executives, informaticists, and developers who have consistently delivered applications to blockchain, healthcare, financial and professional service industries. They are united by an understanding of the natural fit between blockchain and data management and are committed to bringing decentralized computing to mainstream organizations.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Eidoo (EDO)

    Eidoo claims to be a fully-complaint, non-custodial wallet that allows users to store, exchange, and transact major cryptoassets. Eidoo aims to give easy access to a range of DeFi services and tools, including a built-in Hybrid Exchange and a platform to participate in and launch token sales that are compliant with local regulations. EidooID, a compliance platform, aims to enable companies to conduct all necessary verifications for their projects and crowdfunding operations. This includes KYC, AML and Mifid, and linking the digital identities of their users to the blockchain through their wallet.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Electroneum (ETN)

    Electroneum (ETN) is a cryptocurrency that launched in 2017 with the intention of gaining mass adoption by targeting mobile audiences and smartphone users. Users are able to "cloud mine" up to $3 USD worth of ETN each month, which can be stored or spent with any retailer that accepts ETN.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • Ethos (ETHOS) [ex Bitquence]

    Ethos is a people-powered financial services company that makes it easy and safe for users to interact with the new economy. The Ethos platform is an ecosystem that provides the tools to manage wallets and keys for safe, verified blockchain transactions. Ethos is dedicated to providing consumers, developers and businesses a unified wallet and API solution to power the financial applications of the future.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Fantom (FTM)

    Fantom is a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) based Smart Contract platform that aims to solve the scalability issues of distributed ledger technologies. The project's mission is to provide compatibility between all transaction bodies around the world, and create an ecosystem which allows real-time transactions and data sharing with low cost. The platform aims to differentiate itself with its "Lachesis Protocol", which will be integrated with Fantom OPERA Chain. The goal is to support the development of dApps that to enjoy instant transactions and near zero transaction costs for all users.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Melon (MLN)

    Melonport is the private company building the open-source Melon Protocol. The Melon protocol is a blockchain protocol for digital asset management built on the Ethereum platform. It enables participants to set up, manage and invest in digital asset management strategies in an open, competitive and decentralised manner. The open-source Melon protocol will enable distributed digital asset management on the Ethereum blockchain. Anyone can set up, manage, and invest in digital assets. Performance is easily demonstrated and audited. You can invest in other portfolios or have others invest in yours. The core software will support trading multiple tokens through a single interface, while add-on "modules" will open features like price feeds, risk calculation, and KYC compliance. In traditional finance, hedge funds manage assets smartly on behalf of others. However, the fledgling crypto-finance industry lacks the technological infrastructure to keep performances auditable, secure, and as frictionless as possible. To solve this, they have created the Melon protocol.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Nucleus Vision (NCASH)

    Launched in 2014, Nucleus Vision, also known as nCash, aims to bridge the divide between the online and offline retail world. The project is an IoT-based, contactless identification system that enables retailers to identify and better serve their customers by using customer's records to make precise decisions on product preferences without the use of WiFi or Bluetooth. The NCASH ERC20 token functions as a currency in the Nucleus Vision ecosystem.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Po.et (POE)

    The decentralized protocol for content ownership, discovery and monetization in media. Po.et is building an open, universal ledger that records immutable and timestamped information about your creative content and uses our open protocols designed for interoperability with current industry standards in media and publishing. The foundation of Po.et is attribution. We enable multiple new ways to reference that content through the entire network to help establish validated claims such as ownership or authorship. The Po.et Network builds a set of ubiquitous information based on standard protocols to lower the friction in communicating the value of our content and how it can be unlocked. With the combination of verifiable reputation and on-chain discovery, the Po.et Network expands the options for monetizing content in a safe, controlled way. Both public and private marketplaces can be enabled. Everyone can see the actions taken on the Po.et Network and establish a history of certain behaviors by entities. Each piece of new information helps us be sure of who is safe with which to engage.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Stakenet (XSN)

    Stakenet is a platform providing a trustless interchain economy on a Proof-of-Stake blockchain, with Lightning Network, Masternodes, and DApps such as a Lightning DEX. It is connected to other blockchains through Lightning Network, and strives to provide a highly secure cross-chain platform for cryptocurrencies where individuals can easily operate with any blockchain simply by using XSN. Stakenet aims to offer the ability to build code-agnostic DApps on top of it, all of which will be powered by XSN Masternodes that earn and collect fees for the services they provide.

    Coin Proof-of-Stake Lightning Network
  • Spendcoin (SPND)

    Spend has two financial services products, the Spend App and Spend Card. These are offshoots of Spend.com, which aims to give users a multi-currency digital wallet to buy, sell, store, manage, and exchange multiple fiat and digital assets. The Spend App is available on the Apple iOS App Store and Google Play Store. The Spend Card is a Visa card that reportedly allows users to spend funds loaded in the Spend Wallet via the Spend App at over 40+ million locations that accept Visa. Users can reportedly use the Spend Card on Apple and Google Pay as well. The Spend reward system is powered by Spendcoins, created by the Spend Foundation. Spendcoins may also be redeemable for Gift Cards, Discounts, Memberships, or spent to fiat at 40+ million locations worldwide. Spendcoin will be the native currency on Spendchain, a reportedly high-speed interoperable payments blockchain that will be used to secure the network and process transactions.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Sentinel Protocol (UPP)

    Sentinel Protocol is building a crowdsourced threat intelligence database on the blockchain by leveraging its consensus and incentive system. The Sentinels are a group of security experts and organizations including ethical hackers who are rewarded for their security contributions.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Burst (BURST)

    Burstcoin is a mineable coin that claims to be the first to implement the environmentally-friendly Proof-of-Capacity protocol in 2014, which allows miners to use storage space for mining. With a block time of 4 minutes and support for multi-out and multi-out same transactions, the maximum transaction throughput of the Burst blockchain is around 80tps. Burst also claims to be the first blockchain to implement Turing-complete smart contracts, which come with BlockTalk, a Java compiler. Smart contracts on the Burst blockchain can be used, among others, to deploy on-chain games, create non-fungible tokens. The Burst platform also offers the issuance and trading of assets, a built-in marketplace, an alias system for easier transactions, and encrypted on-chain messaging. The project's development is driven by volunteers (Burst Application Team - BAT) and is complemented by community members pushing retail adoption and marketing (Burst marketing Fund - BMF). The dApp ecosystem of Burst includes CloudBurst - a dApp which stores arbitrary data on the chain.

    Coin Proof-of-Capacity
  • Telcoin (TEL)

    Telcoin (TEL) aims to connect with mobile networks globally, enabling easy conversion between telecom mobile money, prepaid credit, and postpaid billing platforms. The team intends to distribute the TEL ERC20 token to telecom operators, who will then sell it to their subscribers. The team also intends to leverage its positioning to bring roaming spending (offer tourists access to local currency spending), international aid (facilitating disbursements to underbanked), and online payments in general.

    Token (ERC20)
  • STPT (STPT)

    Standard Tokenization Protocol describes itself as an open-source standard defining how tokenized assets are issued and transferred while complying with the necessary regulations. Tokens built on top of the STP-Standard will use the protocol's on-chain validator to verify compliance with any jurisdictional or issuer-specific requirements. Standard Tokenization Protocol aims to allow assets to be tokenized in a way that makes them fully compliant across jurisdictions and transferable across any blockchain platform.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Vodi X (VDX)

    Vodi describes itself as an all-in-one mobile platform with 5+ million users in over 200 countries. It is tokenizing its ecosystem by launching Vodi X. Vodi X complements the existing Vodi platform with the use of blockchain technology.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Viacoin (VIA)

    Viacoin is an open source crypto-currency created in 2014, derived from the Bitcoin protocol that supports embedded consensus with an extended OP_RETURN of 120 byte. Viacoin features Scrypt Merged mining, also called Auxiliary Proof-of-Work or AuxPoW, and 25x faster transactions than Bitcoin. The inflation rate of Viacoin is low due to minimal mining reward. As the block reward of Viacoin is low, miners are given incentive to mine Viacoin through Merged mining (AuxPoW). Other features include a mining difficulty adjustment algorithm to address flaws in Kimoto's Gravity Well (DarkGravityWave), Versionbits to allow for 29 simultaneous Soft Fork changes to be implemented at a time, Segwit and the Lightning Network.

    Coin Proof-of-Work
  • SunContract (SNC)

    SunContract is a blockchain-based company that aims to decentralize the energy sector, with the goal of tailoring it to maximize the welfare of the common man. The company's business model directly connects peers in an open energy marketplace, eliminating intermediaries, enabling P2P electricity trading. The SunContract platform aims to empower individuals, with an emphasis on homeowners, to freely buy, sell or trade electricity. The project is being implemented in Slovenia and plans to expand into other countries. Through the platform, Slovenian households are currently witnessing electricity cost reductions while also choosing sustainable energy sources of energy.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Dock (DOCK)

    Dock.io is a decentralized data exchange protocol that lets people connect their profiles, reputations and experiences across the web with privacy and security.User data is the core value of all consumer facing apps. Centralized platforms mine and productize data for their own agendas, leaving control in the hands of a few companies. At dock.io believe in this value being shared between users and apps to create a more connected and decentralized internet.A person's profile and information lives on hundreds of apps which are all closed networks and centralized sources. These apps control data at their will, while users and other companies are left with limited opportunities.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Lunyr (LUN)

    Lunyr describes itself as an Ethereum-based decentralized world knowledge base which rewards users with app tokens for peer-reviewing and contributing information. It aims to be the starting point of the internet for finding reliable, accurate information. Its long-term vision is to develop a knowledge base API that developers can use to create decentralized applications in Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and more.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Dusk Network (DUSK)

    Dusk Network is a high throughput permissionless blockchain aimed at providing privacy, programmability and auditability. Dusk Network is currently in the Testnet phase and is a blockchain protocol for easy deployment of programmable zero-knowledge dApps, thus becoming the backbone of an open, permissionless and global privacy-oriented dApp ecosystem. Dusk Network aims to remove technical barriers that have undermined mainstream issuance and trading of security tokens. Compliance, auditability and privacy are built into the open, permissionless Confidential Security Token-standard (XSC).

    Token (ERC20)
  • TROY (TROY)

    Launched in August 2018, by an international team based in places including Hong Kong, Singapore, China and the US, Troy Trade is a global prime broker specialized in crypto trading and asset management. Troy Trade provides crypto brokerage services for institutional clients and professional traders with products including spot & margin trading, derivatives, data, custody, lending and staking in one account.

    Token (BEP2)
  • EXMO Coin (EXM)

    EXMO coin serves as the internal utility token of EXMO exchange, which claims to be one of the largest crypto exchanges in Europe (CIS).

    Token (ERC20)
  • Maker (MKR)

    Maker is a smart contract platform on the Ethereum chain that backs and stabilizes the value of stablecoin DAI through a dynamic system of Collateralized Debt Positions (CDP), autonomous feedback mechanisms, and appropriately incentivized external actors. MKR tokens are created or destroyed in accordance with price fluctuations of the DAI coin in order to keep it as close to $1 USD as possible, and is part of a fully inspectable system on the Ethereum blockchain. MKR tokens are also used to pay transaction fees on the Maker system, and provides holders with voting rights within Maker's continuous approval voting system.

    Token (ERC20)
  • Contentos (COS)

    Contentos is a universal decentralized content ecosystem recently invested by Binance Labs, the blockchain incubator of world's largest exchange. It aims to create a decentralized content ecosystem, where assets can be freely produced, authenticated, and distributed. The team consists of experts from the content industry, who have worked on top-tier consumer applications and blockchain projects. Contentos is not only a blueprint for what digital content ecosystem might look like in the future but we have multiple working use cases: Contentos is working with strategic partners, LiveMe and Cheetah Mobile, that have amassed over 60+ million monthly active users. With real-time user feedback, Contentos will become a premier blockchain project as it places the interest of users first.

    Token (BEP2)
  • Qubitica (QBIT)

    Qubitica describes itself as a decentralized IT community built by independent developers, companies, and organizations. Their focus is on FinTech, DLT, AI, capital funding, and local market access. The project is currently based at Mauritius with partnerships in the African continent. According to the team, the project has support from educational institutions, universities, and the authorities. The QBIT is used as a membership token and gives access to the community and various services.

    Token (ERC20)
  • DigixDAO (DGD)

    Founded in Singapore in Dec 2014, DigixDAO (DGD) is building a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) that specializes in the tokenization of physical assets. The project provides the infrastructure to create tokens backed by physical assets on the blockchain. To wit, it allows for the public verification of an asset's existence through its chain of custody via its Proof of Provenance (PoP) protocol, which makes use of the Ethereum network and the Interplanetary File System (IPFS). Digix also offers an API that enables other applications to be built on top of its asset tokenization service. Digix has 2 cryptocurrencies, Digix Gold (DGX) and DigixDAO (DGD). The company reportedly procures its gold from LBMA-approved refiners. For security, Digix includes third-party auditing from Bureau Veritas. The DGD crowdsale in Mar 2016 was the first crowdsale and major DAO hosted on the Ethereum network.

    Token (ERC20)
  • THETA (THETA)

    THETA (THETA) is an open source protocol that powers a decentralized streaming network. It will allow for decentralized apps (DApps) to be built on top of the platform to enable use cases that span esports, entertainment, and peer-to-peer streaming. SLIVER.tv's DApp was the first application built on the Theta network leveraging its existing user base of millions of esports viewers. In Nov 2018, Tencent Games announced a collaboration with SLIVER.tv to bring Theta rewards to Ring of Elysium players. The founding team has a combined 30+ years of experience in the video streaming space with advisors including Steve Chen, Co-Founder of YouTube, and Justin Kan, Co-Founder of Twitch.

    Coin Byzantine Fault Tolerance
  • YOYOW (YOYOW)

    YOYOW, named from "You Own Your Own Words", is a blockchain-based network aiming to quantify participants' contribution and give reciprocal value to participants in the content producing sector with decentralized consensus methods so that content producers, content supporters, curators, and consumers of the content ecosystem can be provided with incentives and reciprocal returns as appropriate. YOYOW is designed for establishing a rational content-generated value distribution mechanism and a value network based on users' ratings on content. Any content platforms (including but not limited to websites and APPs), regardless of their themes presented in the format of text, video, image, audio or live broadcast, etc., are eligible to create the corresponding content-oriented value platforms based on the YOYOW network. Content producers, content supporters, curators and builders of the content ecosystem will be recognized according to the YOYOW ecoenvironment and users' ratings of content.

    Coin dPoS
  • QLC Chain (QLC)

    QLC Chain aims to become the next-generation public chain for Network-as-a-Service (NaaS). It describes itself as a multi-dimensional block lattice structured ledger with embedded telecom service capabilities.

    Token (NEP5)