In the fluctuation of the crypto money ecosystem, Tezos (XTZ), BitTorrent (BTT), EOS, Chainlink (LINK), Near Protocol (NEAR), Immutable X (IMX) altcoins have attracted attention.
Tezos, its network's native token, XTZ, is up 31.05 percent. Gaming company Ubisoft is launching Ubisoft Quartz, a platform where users can acquire unique NFTs called Digits that can be used in-game, and use the Tezos Blockchain. While analysts see this move as a factor in XTZ's recovery, other factors are listed as the focus of projects on building an environmentally friendly Blockchain platform and increased transaction and protocol revenue on the Tezos network.
The other rising altcoin was BitTorrent (BTT). BTT experienced an increase of 15.61 percent. The rise for BTT came as final preparations were made for the launch of the BitTorrent Chain mainnet. The change will include a token revaluation scheme, where current BTT holders will receive 1,000 new BTT tokens for every old BTT held in their wallet.
In third place is EOS, a platform designed to allow developers to build decentralized applications (DApps). EOS experienced an increase of 13.54 percent.
Just behind them, Chainlink's LINK showed itself with an increase of 10.54 percent. Chainlink announced the Cross-Chain Interoperability Protocol (CCIP). CCIP; A protocol that can use the platform's oracles to allow users to move digital assets and execute smart contracts between the various chains used throughout the metadata store. Also recently, Eric Schmidt, who until 2011 was CEO of Google and then executive chairman of the technology company and parent firm Alphabet, joined Oracle solutions provider Chainlink Labs as a strategic advisor.
Rising with the acceleration of NFTs, Near Protocol (NEAR) found itself in the fifth place. Dance music star Deadmau5 and Grammy-winning indie rock band Portugal The Man have printed 1 million NFTs on the Near Protocol Blockchain and posted them on the Mintbase marketplace.
Finally, Immutable X (IMX), the first layer-2 scaling solution for NFTs on Ethereum, rose 8.38 percent.