The largest crypto exchanges Binance and Coinbase are supporting a brand new altcoin focused on developing the Web3 space. Project Galaxy (GAL), a new altcoin, reports that it aims to break new ground in Web 3.0 technology. Project Galaxy (GAL), which has started to build the world's largest Web 3.0 credential data network, has already started its hard rise.
Project Galaxy (GAL), which has managed to add to its rise in the last 24 hours, has started to see the support of Binance and Coinbase behind it. Project Galaxy (GAL) price has also been on the rise as Coinbase has made a new listing for Project Galaxy (GAL) with an "experimental label".
Coinbase is known to add an experimental tag to new projects with lower trading volumes to warn investors of potential volatility and volatility.
Similarly, on Binance, it has listed Project Galaxy in the "Innovation Space", a trading space reserved for assets that may be more prone to rapid price fluctuations. Project Galaxy (GAL) is also the 30th project in Launchpool, the staking protocol of Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange.
In addition, the famous exchange KuCoin and the Bahamas-based popular crypto exchange FTX also announced that they listed the Project Galaxy (GAL) project.
According to the successful network's website, Project Galaxy (GAL) aims to provide "a collaborative credential infrastructure that enables brands to build better communities and products on Web3." Project Galaxy, which has made a great innovation, may be mentioned much more in the future.
Project Galaxy (GAL) price is hovering around $14.25 at the time of writing, according to CoinGecko data. Project Galaxy (GAL) has a 24-hour trading volume of $757.171,563, while Project Galaxy (GAL) price is down -3.1% in the last 24 hours.