- These cryptos and tokens involve a multitude of different use cases.
- This list does not constitute financial advice.
With the vast amount of cryptos and tokens on the market, it can be difficult to spot potential projects that could go to the moon. Mirror Mag has therefore decided to help you by handpicking five promising altcoins in 2022.
These cryptos and tokens range from fitness-type applications to IoT-related applications, including metaverses, governance tokens and ecosystems.
1. STEPN (GMT)
STEPN (GMT) is a “Web3 lifestyle application” that contains GameFi elements on the Solana blockchain. The app has a move-to-earn concept that combines play-to-earn and a fitness app. Users purchase NFT sneakers to earn in-game currency while walking, jogging, or running.
Users can get the app on Android and iOS and is currently in its beta version. STEPN plans to optimize its functionality and launch it on other channels in the future.
In recent news, GMT is up over 3,000% since its launch on March 11. GMT rose from $0.1008 on March 11 to $3.8 on April 20.
At the time of writing, GMT is trading at a price of nearly $3.5 with a growth rate of over 330% over the past 30 days. It has a market capitalization of nearly $2 trillion and a 24-hour trading volume of $1.5 trillion.
2. ApeCoin (APE)
ApeCoin (APE) is an ERC-20 governance and utility token for the APE ecosystem. APE holders govern themselves through a decentralized governance framework to control the ApeCoin DAO. Additionally, as part of its ecosystem, it will power BAYC’s future metaverse “Otherside”.
APE was launched on March 17 and continues to follow the trend, with many news and activities around the project. For example, in March, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa released a set of NFT music tracks, and Yuga Labs raised $450 million in a funding round. Of course, there’s also the ApeCoin-powered Otherside metaverse, which is slated for March. reveal more details on April 30.
At the time of writing, APE is trading at a price of almost $20 with a growth rate of over 35% in the last 30 days. Its market capitalization is nearly $5.5 trillion and its 24-hour trading volume is around $1.5 trillion.
3. Gamium (GMM)
Gamium is a web3 and metaverse company that aims to be the first platform to unite all metaverses by creating an interconnected multi-metaverse platform. The platform will provide metaverse compatible avatars and assets. Gamium launched on March 30.
On March 18, Gamium launched its campaign to sell Lands in its metaverse. This allows users to buy lands and virtual plots ranging from 1 to 125 ETH. Over 200 Lands were sold after 10 minutes of launch, raising $1 million in Lands sales within two weeks.
At the time of writing, Gamium is trading at a price of around $0.009 with a growth rate of over 60% in the last 14 days. It has a market capitalization of nearly $33 million with a 24-hour trading volume of nearly $8 million.
4. JasmyCoin (JASMY)
JasmyCoin (JASMY) is a utility token on the Ethereum blockchain. The project is designed to give people control over their own personal data stored in a “data locker” and sell it to companies that are willing to pay. JasmyCoin falls under Jasmy Corporation, a Toky-based Internet of Things (IoT) provider.
The price of JASMY has not been entirely bullish over the past year. However, since the news of his commitment to a metaverse fund, the price has slowly seen increases. In a statement, Jasmy announced that “In light of current financial market conditions and other external market conditions, we are pleased to announce that we have decided to increase our capital budget more than originally planned. »
At the time of writing, JASMY is trading at a price of around $0.02 with a decline rate of around 40% in the last 30 days. Its market cap is $98 million and its 24-hour trading volume is nearly $360 million.
Although this price is not as high as the previous charts, it is also worth noting that if the metaverse fund does well and more news arises in the future, the price may experience a resurgence.
5. Ethereum (ETH)
Ethereum, as we all know, is a decentralized open-source blockchain system that has its own cryptocurrency – Ether (ETH). ETH functions as a platform for many other cryptocurrencies and for the execution of decentralized smart contracts. Ethereum’s goal is to become a global platform for decentralized applications.
There is a lot of buzz about Ethereum in the news and why it is an attractive investment. First, Ethereum powers much of the commerce in the Metaverse. 80% of all NFTs are traded on the Ethereum network and many of the major tokens are based on Ethereum. Second, the new Ethereum “merger” is scheduled “a few months after June”.
At the time of writing, ETH is trading at a price of almost $3,000 with a decline rate of around 12% over the past 30 days. It has a market capitalization of nearly $350 billion with a 24-hour trading volume of nearly $20 billion.
As the Metaverse grows and the upcoming ‘merger’ draws closer, it is possible that Ethereum’s price will increase even further. These developments would help the ecosystem and its projects, and attract more activity to ETH.