Cryptos that will Win the Web 3.0 Race.


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Helium (HNT)

The network uses a new algorithm, known as the proof-of-coverage consensus, to validate that the hotspots are providing legitimate wireless coverage.

Filecoin (FIL)

Filecoin is like the filing cabinet for Web 3.0. It is a decentralized storage network that serves as a secure alternative to centralized cloud storage and a passive way of making money.

Kusama (KSM)

Developers can use this crypto to solve various problems related to their projects. Just like DOT, developers compete to get a spot on the Kusama network through parachain auctions.

Polkadot (DOT)

The network is known for seeking scalability and compared to Ether, it ranks higher when it comes to charging low fees and offering fast speeds.

BitTorrent (BTT)

Large files are divided into fragments and transmitted over the web in a fragmented form, merging into one whole on the recipient’s computer.

Kadena (KDA)

Kadena is a scalable PoW layer-one blockchain protocol that claims to be capable of processing up to 480,000 transactions per second (TPS), thanks to the use of braided chains.

ZCash (ZEC)

ZCash is one of the first privacy-built cryptocurrencies, which was developed by a group of scientists from John Hopkins, MIT, and other eminent academic and scientific institutions.

Flux (FLUX)

Flux aims to provide the groundwork for the developers to build out this new iteration of the web. With the help of Flux, users can develop Web 3.0.

Livepeer (LPT)

The Livepeer protocol defines the secure and most cost-effective participation of the various actors in the streaming ecosystem.

Ocean Protocol (OCEAN)

OCEAN is another crypto that offers all the tools needed to build a Web 3.0 solution. The token makes one of the best investments for those looking to invest in a Web 3.0 token.

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