BNK token, which is an alternative to a bank account, showed the greatest growth

Growth of 33 000% in six months. Top 5 altcoins that rose in price

31.10.2022 - 12:00


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What’s new? According to the analytics portal Cryptorank, a number of projects in the last six months showed significant growth in the range from 4000% to 33 000%, despite the general downturn in the cryptocurrency market. These are such altcoins as Bankera, Tierion, RightMesh, ICOS and Aeron.

Cryptorank’s data

What is known about tokens? Bankera (BNK) is an alternative to a bank account, allowing one to open an electronic wallet, personal IBAN accounts, and VISA debit cards linked to a Bankera account.

Tierion (TNT) is used for payments between network members. TNT token is used to pay rewards to participants and to reward node operators for their work on protecting the Tierion blockchain.

RightMesh (RMESH) is a distributed network that encourages people to share the resources of mobile devices (Internet, data, storage) to provide a decentralized structure of the Internet.

ICOS (ICOS) is a token of the Ethereum-based project ICOBox that previously faced an investigation by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The tokens are currently banned from sale in the United States.

Aeron (ARNX) is a project designed to improve flight safety through blockchain technology that eliminates the possibility of important records being lost, distorted, or tampered with.

Earlier, THE, a new Ethereum-based altcoin, grew by 119 000%. The reason was a joke by the blockchain’s co-founder Vitalik Buterin. On October 14, he wrote on Twitter that someone should create a project called “THE protocol” to take advantage of how often that article is used in English. Soon after, unknown developers actually launched a project called The Protocol. As of October 31, 12:00 UTC, THE is trading at $0,01071, having lost 4,49% in 24 hours, according to CoinMarketCap.

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