Crypto exchange giant Crypto.com is expanding its list of digital assets, and in the process, some little-known altcoins are experiencing massive rallies. Crypto exchange giant Crypto.com has added three promising altcoins to its latest listing. First on the list is Alethea Artificial Liquid Intelligence Token (ALI), which rose 207% right after the announcement.
The ALI is designed to bring science fiction images and concepts into metadata with a unique Non-Fungible Token (NFT) offering, called iNFT, that can be trained to raise intelligence. Last June, the first iNFT, named Alice, was sold at Sotheby's for $478,000.
Also, another altcoin listed on the Crypto.com exchange is the open source, multi-chain smart contract platform Astar (ASTR). Formerly known as Plasm, the project connects layer-1 blockchains through the Polkadot (DOT) ecosystem through the Primer Network, with a variety of capabilities including decentralized finance, Non-Fungible Token (NFT), and decentralized autonomous organizations. ASTR offers betting rewards, transaction fees and on-chain governance.
According to CoinGecko data; Primer price is around $0.197276 at the time of writing and the last 24-hour trading volume is $85,417,948. The price has increased 14.8% in the last 24 hours. While there is 2.1 Billion ASTR coins in circulation, there is a total supply of 7.18 Billion coins. A week ago, ASTR was priced at $0.11 and posted an overall gain of over 70%.
Another altcoin listed on Crypto.com is Wemix (WEMIX), a mobile global gaming platform that offers a dozen games of several different genres. Wemix uses a hybrid public and private blockchain structure to help lower fees, with an emphasis on users' gaming experience rather than trading crypto assets. Currently, Wemix is worth $4.61, down 2.5% from the last day. The altcoin rose 10.2% from its monthly low of $4.18 on March 14. Of the three newly added coins, only the ALI can be used for trading in the United States.