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$SFUND Currently the top trending on Coingecko. Seedify acts as a launching pad for blockchain games and the disruptive P2E gaming model. The team behind the Seedify project are pursuing a global goal: to acquaint gamers with the blockchain and increase the rate of technology adoption, attract a huge number of users, create more jobs and financial benefits.
Market Cap: $158 Million
Total Supply:100 Million
ATH: $16.79

ARB
Arbitrum is one of the L2 scaling solution that uses optimistic rollups to achieve its goal of improving scalability and cost-efficiency on Ethereum mainnet. The native token $ARB is used for governance and has an ambitious roadmap which include; Launching its own layer-three solution called Orbit; Enabling developers to deploy programs written in popular programming languages like Rust, C++, and more using Stylus; Expanding its validator set to include more independent institutional validators; Moving its protocol to layer two with Arbitrum One.
Market Cap.: $1 Billion
Total Supply: 10 billion
ATH: $11.80

$ORDI
Ordinals is a BRC-20 coin Bitcoin blockchain. What Ordinals protocol does is to write information to each Satoshi, such as text, pictures, audio, video, etc. Due to the size limit of the Bitcoin clock, the main information for inscription (ie. Mint) is mainly text and pictures, in from of NFT and Token. Many analysts see this token as the next BTC.
Market Cap: 1.19 Billion
Total Supply: 21 Million
ATH: $65.19

$TIA
Celestia (TIA) is the first modular blockchain network that enables anyone to easily deploy their own blockchain with minimal overhead.
Market Cap: $1.5 Billion
Total Supply: 1 Billion
ATH: $11.39

$T2T2
T2T2, launched via Bitget launchpad, is a comprehensive Web3 social platform deployed on Ethereum and Base chain, focusing on innovative on-chain social interactions. It aims to provide socializing services in one stop for all users in the Web3 space. T2T2 allows users, project teams and KOLs to easily engage and socialize to maximize their personal economic value
Market Cap:
Total Supply: 10 billion
ATH: $0.42

Which one do you think shouldn't be on the list or which other project do you think should be added to the list?
 
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On 07/12/2023 at 17:25, Captainsaudi said:
$SFUND Currently the top trending on Coingecko. Seedify acts as a launching pad for blockchain games and the disruptive P2E gaming model. The team behind the Seedify project are pursuing a global goal: to acquaint gamers with the blockchain and increase the rate of technology adoption, attract a huge number of users, create more jobs and financial benefits.
Market Cap: $158 Million
Total Supply:100 Million
ATH: $16.79

ARB
Arbitrum is one of the L2 scaling solution that uses optimistic rollups to achieve its goal of improving scalability and cost-efficiency on Ethereum mainnet. The native token $ARB is used for governance and has an ambitious roadmap which include; Launching its own layer-three solution called Orbit; Enabling developers to deploy programs written in popular programming languages like Rust, C++, and more using Stylus; Expanding its validator set to include more independent institutional validators; Moving its protocol to layer two with Arbitrum One.
Market Cap.: $1 Billion
Total Supply: 10 billion
ATH: $11.80

$ORDI
Ordinals is a BRC-20 coin Bitcoin blockchain. What Ordinals protocol does is to write information to each Satoshi, such as text, pictures, audio, video, etc. Due to the size limit of the Bitcoin clock, the main information for inscription (ie. Mint) is mainly text and pictures, in from of NFT and Token. Many analysts see this token as the next BTC.
Market Cap: 1.19 Billion
Total Supply: 21 Million
ATH: $65.19

$TIA
Celestia (TIA) is the first modular blockchain network that enables anyone to easily deploy their own blockchain with minimal overhead.
Market Cap: $1.5 Billion
Total Supply: 1 Billion
ATH: $11.39

$T2T2
T2T2, launched via Bitget launchpad, is a comprehensive Web3 social platform deployed on Ethereum and Base chain, focusing on innovative on-chain social interactions. It aims to provide socializing services in one stop for all users in the Web3 space. T2T2 allows users, project teams and KOLs to easily engage and socialize to maximize their personal economic value
Market Cap:
Total Supply: 10 billion
ATH: $0.42

Which one do you think shouldn't be on the list or which other project do you think should be added to the list?
 
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Time to add this one....🙏

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On 20/12/2023 at 02:34, Imam said:

Time to add this one....🙏

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BGB is going to hit $1 that’s my believe, this is one token I don’t joke with. Since interview gracy Chen had and talked about more usecases being unveiled on bgb , it’s been one ATH to another .. 

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