• With Bitcoin and Ethereum prices falling, these 5 cryptocurrencies gained more than 20% today

  • While news of the Omicron variant spread and both the cryptocurrency and stock markets fell sharply today, some coins managed to post massive gains. This article examines five cryptocurrencies that have increased by more than 20% today, ranked by 24-hour price gain from lowest to highest.

    • 1 WaykiChain (WICC) – $0.254 (+23.66%)
    • 2 TrueChain (TRUE) – $0.254 (+25.74%)
    • 3 DAD (DAD) – $0.3 (+37.60%)
    • 4 Cortex (CTXC) – $0.67 (+40.23%)
    • 5 Contentos – $0.039 (+47.48%)
    WaykiChain (WICC) – $0.254 (+23.66%)

    WaykiChain is a platform focused on developing its technology, which includes a new consensus algorithm, a dual virtual machine smart contract scripting language, an efficient WaykiChain-based DEX, and cross-chain support for sidechains and other protocols.

    WaykiChain launched its main net over four years ago and has been in the market since then.

    WICC hit an all-time high of more than $2.50 in May 2018, and the team kept building on top of the platform the entire time.

    During today’s price drop, it appears that investors are flocking to WICC, not only because it is such an undervalued project, but also because it has a high potential to continue its bullish rise.

    WICC is currently trading at $0.254, up more than 23% in the last 24 hours. It has a market capitalization of $54 million and a 24-hour trading volume of $114 million, which is increasing.

    WICC can be purchased on Bithumb, Huobi Global, Gate.io, Bittrex, and other exchanges.

    TrueChain (TRUE) – $0.254 (+25.74%)

    TrueChain bills itself as the platform that is laying the groundwork for the future of decentralized applications. According to the company’s official website:

    “TrueChain is the world’s first public chain to implement fPoW+DPoS hybrid consensus, and it is supported by a large global open source developer community.”

    TrueChain’s platform offers high performance and security for decentralized applications and financial transactions to the general public.

    TrueChain is notable for being the first public blockchain to implement fPoW, which prevents the Selfish Mining Attack (25 percent Attack).

    TrueChain recently collaborated with a South Korean project and conducted several partnership negotiations with undisclosed projects.

    TRUE is currently trading at $0.2515, up 26 percent in the last 24 hours. TrueChain has a $20 million market cap and a $79 million 24-hour trading volume. TrueChain can be purchased on Bithumb, OKEx, ZB.COM, and other exchanges.

    DAD (DAD) – $0.3 (+ 37.60%)

    DAD is an abbreviation for Decentralized Advertising. DAD is a blockchain-based platform that aims to connect advertisers all over the world.

    Ontology, a high-speed, low-cost public blockchain that brings decentralized identity to Web3, serves as the foundation for the DAD blockchain. The following is from DAD’s whitepaper:

    “DAD achieves data openness, transaction transparency, and user revenue sharing to improve ad quality and delivery efficiency, laying the groundwork for a new generation of blockchain ad systems and reshaping the ad industry as we know it today.”

    Dealing with fraudulent and invalid traffic is one of the most difficult aspects of online advertising. DAD wants to use its infrastructure to detect erroneous traffic and improve data quality and targeting accuracy.

    DAD is currently trading at $0.2951, up more than 36% in the last 24 hours. It has a market capitalization of $140 million and a 24-hour trading volume of $191 million. DAD can be purchased on Bithumb, Coinone, Indodax, Ascend (Bitmax), Upbit, and other platforms.

    Cortex (CTXC) – $0.67 (+40.23%)

    Cortex bills itself as the first decentralized world computer capable of running AI-powered decentralized applications (dApps) on its blockchain. Cortex’s official website states:

    “Cortex Blockchain is an open-source public blockchain that aims to address one of the most pressing issues confronting blockchains such as Bitcoin and Ethereum today – on-chain AI execution.”

    Cortex’s Cortex Virtual Machine (CVM), a framework that allows efficient machine learning inference directly on the blockchain, is one of its distinguishing features. Cortex can integrate machine learning into smart contracts and dApps thanks to CVM.

    Cortex is currently trading at $0.67, up more than 40% in the last 24 hours. It has a market capitalization of $127 million and a 24-hour trading volume of more than $1.5 billion. CTXC can be purchased on Binance, Huobi Global, OKEx, and other exchanges.

    Contentos – $0.039 (+47.48%)

    Contentos bills itself as a global decentralized content ecosystem. According to the company’s official website:

    “Contentos’ vision is to create a “decentralized digital content community that allows content to be freely produced, distributed, rewarded, and traded while protecting author rights.” Contentos strives to incentivize content creation and global diversity, as well as to return content rights and value to users.”

    Contentos includes a peer-to-peer revenue distribution system that keeps the value of creation open and transparent while returning rewards directly to its users.

    Contentos also has a decentralized traffic distribution network, trackable copyright transactions, and immutable credit systems.

    I recently covered Contentos’ meteoric price increase of more than 31% on arginchronicles.com, where you can find the full report.

    Contentos is currently trading at $0.044, up more than 66 percent in the last 24 hours. Contentos has a market capitalization of $154 million, which is increasing, and a 24-hour trading volume of $1 billion.

    Binance accounts for the majority of trading volume, making it the best place to buy COS. If you live in the United States, you can also find Contentos on Bithumb, Gate.io, Coinone, Bitglobal, and other exchanges.

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