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We bring you more than a dozen new coins on Bitpanda today: Curve DAO Token (CRV), Enjin Coin (ENJ), Fantom (FTM), FTX Token (FTT), NEAR Protocol (NEAR), Stacks (STX), Arweave (AR), Celo (CELO), Harmony (ONE), Hedera (HBAR), Serum (SRM), The Sandbox (SAND) and Loopring (LRC) were just listed on our platform. Let’s look at our newcomers in this article.
If you spin the yarn right, the story of cryptocurrencies could be akin to a fairy tale: while Bitcoin and Ethereum as king and queen are still the supreme rulers of the crypto world seated at the head of the table, new projects are bursting onto the scene and bringing their unique use cases to the banquet.
Today, we are happy to announce that we have added no less than thirteen new coins to our assets for you on Bitpanda - we made sure not to tempt fate like in Sleeping Beauty so we didn’t forget to invite anyone. Learn more about each and every one of our new coins in this article.
It is easy to see where real-world symbolism meets the world of crypto. You can experience an extreme case of puppy love but simultaneously fall hard for the latest DeFi has to offer, such as Curve DAO and its CRV token. An automated market maker (AMM), Curve Finance offers users a decentralised exchange for stablecoin trading. Their DAO is based on Aragon’s infrastructure (didn’t we mention heroes?) and users are rewarded with CRV, Curve’s very own token for liquidity commitment, purposes of governance and ownership. Get ready to add CRV to your portfolio here and learn more about them on their official website.
Are you curiouser and curiouser about the digital art world? Or are you looking to step up your gaming? Enjin will empower you with the virtual tools to come out on top of your adventure. Enjin is a social gaming platform that was launched in 2017 and now has more than 10 million digital unique and rare blockchain assets you can buy and sell on their marketplace. Each asset contains Enjin Coin (ENJ), a minting resource locked inside NFTs and removed from circulation. ENJ infuses each asset with a reserve value for transparency, scarcity and liquidity. For more to explore, enter the world of Enjin on their official website.
Despite its spectral name, the Fantom ecosystem is a visibly popular host for an increasing number of DApps. Get ready to learn about exciting DeFi projects in an open-source, decentralised network. Fantom is on a mission to “grant compatibility between all transaction bodies around the world” through its smart contract platform. The structure is based on a directed acyclic graph (DAG) smart contract platform offering DeFi services to developers with Fantom’s Lachesis consensus algorithm. The project’s own PoS token FTM can be used for staking, rewards and fee collection. Learn more about the many face(t)s of Fantom on their official website.
The yellow brick road beneath crypto is paved by unusual feats - you never know what will be waiting for you around the next corner. FTX is a trading platform for crypto derivatives. Founded in 2019, the platform has emerged into a major industry player in record time and operates a unique margin and risk engine based on a native blockchain. FTT is an ERC20-compatible exchange token and the platform’s native cryptocurrency token which can be used for staking. Find out all about the FTX project on their official website.
“Reimagine your world” are the first words on the NEAR project’s website. We’re happy to comply - a “sustainable and inclusive future” sounds promising. Launched in April 2020, NEAR provides a decentralised application platform aiming to provide solutions for scaling in a multi-chain environment. The network, whose blockchain is climate-neutral, is aiming to eliminate any barriers to Web 3 adoption and its Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism is known as Nightshade. The project’s native utility token is called “NEAR” and is used for running validator nodes on the network via staking, for governance votes and more. Read about NEAR and their future plans on their official website.
Is your imagination running wild about using an internet that is simply better? You are in good company - so is Stacks. Known as Blockstack in its beginnings, Stacks is a layer-1 blockchain solution looking to extend the functionality of the Bitcoin network with smart contracts and open and modular DApps. No forks required here - Stacks uses Bitcoin as base layer for all their network activities. “A better internet, built on Bitcoin” is what Stacks wants to create and you can delve into all the details on their token STX and their mission on their official website.
Its name is reminiscent of a giant web spun to withstand all the tests of time. The Arweave project has set out to shape a decentralised storage network and a platform for the indefinite storage of data. This decentralised structure is collectively owned and is a permanent web, featuring community-driven platforms and applications for enabling storage and information sharing across time and between individuals. Arweave’s permaweb runs on top of a “blockweave”, a type of blockchain where each block is linked to the one prior and to a random block from earlier. The network’s native token AR is used to reward miners for storing network information indefinitely. Find out all about Arweave on their official website.
For everyone to live happily ever after, the creation of conditions for prosperity for everyone is what drives Celo. The ecosystem was launched in 2020 for promoting the adoption of cryptocurrencies among smartphone users, especially for users who live in those regions of the world which have no access to banks. The project has not only set out to facilitate crypto transactions but also to harness DeFi. Users can also access DApps and smart contracts on the network. Celo has two native tokens, CELO and the Celo Dollar and their official website outlines their purpose and value proposition, as well as all even more details.
Building bridges cross-chain, revolutionising block creation, facilitating the usage and creation of DApps - the list of Harmony’s goals is long. Introducing cross-shard contracts and cross-chain infrastructure is also in the pipeline. The network’s validation process is based on Verifiable Random Function (VRF) to ensure a - you guessed it - randomised and unbiased validation process. The protocol uses an algorithm by the name of effective Proof of Stake (EPoS) in alignment with the sharding concept. The Harmony ecosystem is ever expanding with builders, founders and creators - keep building and visit their official website to learn more about Harmony and their native token ONE.
Whether you are a consumer or creator, dreamer or doer, start-up or enterprise, Hedera wants to make your digital world yours. The project is offering a decentralised, Proof of Stake public network providing a safe and secure application for their users, with the goal of becoming a leading platform for public ledgers. Hedera Hashgraph’s native token, HBAR, is used by developers to pay for network services (such as smart contracts), to power DApps and much more. Hello Speed. You can find out more about Hedera Hashgraph (HBAR) on their official website.
The Serum network is built on Solana - need we say more? Built on this permissionless champion blockchain which offers up to 50,000 transactions per second and 400ms block times, Serum provides users with an on-chain central limit order book (CLOB) for projects built on the Solana blockchain to share the love (that is liquidity) across the entire ecosystem. FTX, Alameda Research and the Solana Foundation partnered up for this open-source project to further advance DeFi. The driving force behind Serum’s success is its active community and SRM is Serum’s utility and governance token, providing users with discounts, voting rights and more, visit their official website for all the details.
We promise instant attraction when you see this - who doesn’t love playing in the Sandbox? Get ready for their mission to incorporate blockchain into mainstream gaming and selling, buying, creating and building digital assets on their platform. Become a creator and help to build their metaverse. SAND is the project’s token facilitating transactions on the platform and for decentralised governance. Before you visit Sandbox’s official website and head straight into their world, make sure you have ample time on your hands. And don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Got this far but still haven’t found what you’re looking for? Luckily, we do have one more coin to add to the dozen. The Loopring project wants to ensure users are empowered and always in control of their assets. They offer hybrid solutions by combining centralised order matching and decentralised order settlement on-chain. Who’s to say you can’t have the best of both worlds? LRC is Loopring’s native token based on the ERC20 token standard and you can find out all about Loopring on their official website.
Did you fall in love with all of our new coins? Sounds like a fairy tale - and you can find all the technical details behind all of them here.
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