JasmyCoin rises: What are Jasmy’s IoT Services?

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  • One crypto asset, Shera or SHR, has risen so sharply that even enthusiasts are stunned
  • JasmyCoin, linked to the Jasmy IoT project, has also appreciated over the past 24 hours
  • Jasmy IoT seems to be targeting the data storage space, but the real utility is yet to be shown

Not all crypto assets are the same, which is why the movement in their prices may at times not reflect the broader sentiment prevailing in the crypto investment space. Some experts have warned against risks in trading cryptos, but enthusiasts seem unaffected.

As of writing, the trading volume of one crypto asset, Shera (SHR), was up almost 30,000 per cent over the last 24 hours. The price of SHR tokens also grew exponentially, but tokens with such a low market cap and no clear utility of the project can sharply lose value in a short time.

Another token named JasmyCoin (JASMY), one of the top 500 assets on the CoinMarketCap list, also gained over 10 per cent in the past 24 hours.

Let’s know what the Jasmy cryptocurrency project is all about.

What is Jasmy IoT?

On its website, the project has mentioned its intent to further the idea of “data democracy”. Jasmy claims that large-cap tech players like Google and Facebook use their centralized systems to collect users' data. The project, however, says that this collected data is often leaked, which calls for a new strategy.

Jasmy IOT, it is claimed, can help store data in a distributed manner. The project claims it will use blockchain tech in its data management focused IoT platform. It talks about IoT communication through devices that use sensors and enable data transfer.

Jasmy appears to target client companies with its core services, including “Secure Knowledge Communicator” and “Smart Guardian”.

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What is JasmyCoin crypto?

The Tokyo-based project's native token is known as JasmyCoin or JASMY. According to CoinMarketCap, it can have a maximum supply of 50 billion JASMY tokens, with nearly 10 per cent already in supply.

JasmyCoin is not a large-cap cryptocurrency, but it has a fairly respectable market cap compared to assets like Shera crypto.

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What is JASMY crypto's price?

The market cap as of writing was over US$100 million, but JASMY token’s trading volume was over US$980 million over the past 24 hours. CoinMarketCap data also suggested a nearly 10 per cent surge in the token’s price.

On a year-to-date (YTD) basis, JasmyCoin has lost value, similar to BTC and many other major cryptos. JASMY’s price on January 1, 2022, was over US$0.08, but a steady decline brought it to nearly US$0.01 by early March. As of writing, the token traded at over US$0.02, making JASMY price prediction very difficult considering the past volatility.

Jasmy crypto price

Data provided by CoinMarketCap.com

Bottom line

JasmyCoin recently posted a rise, but it is yet to reclaim its lost ground. The project, which claims to provide IoT services for data, is also yet to demonstrate its utility, which can decide the price of its token in the longer run.

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