10 little known cryptocurrencies investors must explore

Highlights

  • Hidden cryptocurrencies can be an interesting watch especially when they are surging in value
  • Most cryptocurrencies and their linked projects have humble beginnings
  • In the list are green cryptocurrencies like ENERGYX and some projects with unique tech

Did you know about Bitcoin and Ether before they started giving investors exponential returns? And Dogecoin or Shibu Inu?

We may never know which blockchain-powered crypto will become the favorite investment destination in near future. This is why it is best to look for little known or unknown cryptos with growth potential. The crypto space has more than 10,000 cryptocurrencies.

Today let’s look at some hidden cryptos with good returns. At the time of writing, some of them were the top gaining cryptocurrencies over last 24 hours.

1. BitBall (BTB)

Cryptos always seek to become currency in real practical world. BitBall was launched in 2018 as part of an online barter platform. Using the platform, participants can make cross-border transactions.

BitBall is an Australia-based cryptocurrency. It is said that some merchants have started accepting BitBall as a form of payment. A BitBall crypto exchange is also on the cards.

At the time of writing, BitBall was trading at nearly US$0.0049. The hidden crypto was up nearly 180 per cent over past 24 hours, and it was listed as one of the top gaining cryptocurrencies on CoinMarketCap.

The market cap of BitBall is over US$3 million.

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2. Defi Connect (DFC)

Decentralized Finance or DeFi is a top trend in the cryptocurrency space. DeFi platforms facilitate lending and borrowing of cryptos, and some have market cap in billions of dollars.

The developers of Defi Connect claim to bring DeFi services to healthcare, logistics and multiple other spaces. DFC aims to bring the advantages of blockchain tech beyond the financial sector. DFC Farming is a way by which DFC crypto holders can grow their holding.

At the time of writing, DFC was trading at nearly US$0.00000069. Over the past 24 hours, it had gained nearly 150 per cent.

The fully diluted market cap (FDMC) of DFC is US$169 million. FDMC, according to CoinMarketCap, is the market cap when the maximum supply of any cryptocurrency is in circulation.

3. Varen (VRN)

Varen’s developers aim to bring the advantage of multi-blockchain usage to the DeFi space.

Varen.exchange is the decentralized exchange of Varen’s Ethereum-powered platform.

At the time of writing, VRN was trading at nearly US$250. The FDMC of VRN is over US$30 million.

Also read: What are DeFi games & which are the most popular DeFi games?

4. Safe Energy (ENERGYX)

The world is talking about climate change and how to fight the menace. Safe Energy is a crypto token with carbon footprint in mind. It can be termed as a ‘green crypto’ or ‘eco-friendly crypto’.

The ENERGYX token aims to reward projects that use renewable energy in the crypto world. It is called a ‘charity token’ by its developers.

At the time of writing, ENERGYX was trading at nearly US$0.0000000036. It was up nearly 110 per cent over past 24 hours. The FDMC of ENERGYX is nearly US$3.6 million.

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5. Rezerve (RZRV)

The RZRV crypto takes into account the share of DAI crypto in the vault. It is said that if DAI holding in the vault is increased, RZRV also gains value.

At the time of writing, RZRV crypto token was trading at nearly US$0.12. It had gained over 100 per cent over past 24 hours. The FDMC of RZRV is nearly US$2.5 million.

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6. DogePepsi (DPT)

The name is interesting. It borrows from a very popular cryptocurrency Dogecoin, and a beverage brand.

DogePepsi is a cross-chain decentralized platform. It is said that with every transaction on the chain, the volume of DPT reduces. DogePepsi developers seek to enter into the non-fungible token (NFT) space.

At the time of writing, DPT was trading at nearly US$0.0000000006. The reason it is on our list of hidden cryptos is its unique name and functionality. It had gained nearly 100 per cent over past 24 hours.

7. Lightning (LIGHT)

The Lightening platform uses the Binance Smart Chain. It claims to be a cross-chain incubator.

The projects that it supports are audited and promoted using various marketing tools. The Launchpad of Lighting promotes non-incubated projects.

At the time of writing, LIGHT crypto was trading at nearly US$0.54. The market cap of LIGHT crypto is nearly US$35 million.

8. MoonTrust (MNTT)

A DeFi token, MNTT uses the Binance Smart Chain. The developers claim that their blockchain can one day be used to send crypto token through mobile numbers.

iOS and Android apps for MNTT are also on the cards.

At the time of writing, MNTT crypto was trading at nearly US$0.0000025. It had gained nearly 70 per cent over past 24 hours. The market cap of MNTT is over US$1.7 million.

9. EurocoinToken (ECTE)

ECTE crypto’s unique feature is allowing micropayments. It can be used for cross-border transactions.

At the time of writing, ECTE crypto was trading at nearly US$0.50. It had gained nearly 75 per cent over the past 24 hours. The market cap of EurocoinToken, according to project developers, is nearly US$2.2 million.

10. Rainbow Token (RAINBOW)

The little known crypto project claims to be an ‘ethical’ DeFi token. It uses the Binance Smart Chain. It was launched in August 2021. The project also claims to be more user-friendly and low-cost than its competitors.

At the time of writing, RAINBOW crypto was trading at nearly US$0.0000000044. It had gained nearly 70 per cent over the past 24 hours. The market cap of RAINBOW is nearly US$3.8 million.

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Bottom line

The above ten hidden cryptocurrencies are projects with comparatively lower market cap. Some of these are very new but promising crypto and blockchain projects. The value of most of these cryptos has surged over the past 24 hours, which makes them an interesting watch.

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