They are like value stocks. I call these “value crypto” because Value crypto are viewed as undervalued in the market, but investors see potential. Below are few of value crypto that i have invested in and i see potential in near future.
1. Holo: Ranks #54 in terms of market capital
Holochain (HOT) is a decentralized application platform that uses peer-to-peer networking for processing agent-centric agreement and consensus mechanisms between users. In Holochain, no true global consensus is maintained. Instead, each agent in the public blockchain maintains a private fork that is managed and stored in a limited way on the public blockchain with a distributed hash table
2. HyperCash: Ranks #64 in terms of market capital
HyperCash (HC), formerly known as Hcash, was designed to facilitate value transfers across different blockchains. It supports zero-hash proofs, DAO governance, and quantum resistance. HyperCash offers two types of wallets: white and black. White addresses are publicly viewable, while black addresses will remain private. The use of zero-knowledge proofs masks the identity of the sender and receiver while verifying transactions. Hcash uses a hybrid blockchain/DAG network and a hybrid PoW/PoS consensus model for governance.
3. Bit torrent: Ranks #65 in terms of market capital
BitTorrent aims to tokenize the decentralized file-sharing protocol with their cryptocurrency asset launched early in 2019. BTT represents a TRC-10 utility token based on the TRON blockchain that could allow content creators to connect with their audience, earn and spend digital currency without a middleman. According to their website, BitTorrent (BTT) tokens can be bid in exchange for faster downloads or stored in a wallet built into the BitTorrent client.
Both BitTorrent and parent company TRON share a vision of a decentralized internet without barriers.
4. BitShares: Ranks #68 in terms of market capital
Bitshares (BTS), formerly known as ProtoShares, is a peer-to-peer distributed ledger and network that can issue collateralized market-pegged smart coins known as bitAssets. For instance, it can issue crypto-based assets, denominated by “bitAsset”, that track real-world markets like the USD, such as the bitUSD. Each smart coin has at least 100% of its value backed by the BitShares’ native currency, the BTS, which can be converted at any time at an exchange rate set by a trustworthy price feed. Bitshares was created by Dan Larimer, the co-founder of EOS, Steemit, and Cryptonomex. BitShares also has its own decentralized exchange.
5. Siacoin: Ranks #70 in terms of market capital
Siacoin (SC) aims to provide an open-source low-cost solution for cloud storage, offering encryption and distribution of files chosen for storage by users across a decentralized network of peers. User-controlled private keys give the assertion that no third parties should have access to or control over data stored on the network. As a result, the cloud storage marketplace made available to users of the Sia blockchain is meant to be highly redundant, completely private, and more affordable than many alternatives.
6. IOST: Ranks #72 in terms of market capital
The open-source IOST project is meant to meet the security and scalability needs of a decentralized economy by providing blockchain infrastructure that might serve as the architecture for the future of online services. Utilizing factors that include IOST token balances, reputation-based token balance, contributions to the network and user behaviors, their so-called “Proof of Believability” consensus algorithm was developed to ensure the security and efficiency of transactions on the network. The team at IOST recognizes that without sufficient scalability, multinational corporations may not be able to deploy blockchains to service their customers at the level expected today. As such, the teams at IOST propose the Internet of Services Token as a means to reach these ends.
7. Verge: Ranks #75 in terms of market capital
Created in 2014 under its original name of DogecoinDark, Verge (XVG) is an open-source privacy coin with a team of international developers. Verge uses the anonymity tool Tor and an anonymous network layer I2P to hide specific transactions’ IP addresses and locations. Transaction speed on Verge is estimated to be at 5 seconds due to the use of Simple Payment Verification (SPV). The Core QT wallet has built-in TOR integration and SSL encryption which obfuscates the IP addresses of users.
8. Ardor: Ranks #85 in terms of market capital
Ardor (ARDR) is a blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) provider that provides the blockchain infrastructure for businesses and institutions to set up their own chains without any need to code or secure it themselves. It has a parent-child chain architecture, comprised of a single chain that is attached with multiple transactional chains, so as to reduce blockchain bloat, provide multiple transactional tokens and host interconnected ‘child chain’ blockchains. Ardor also has a built-in exchange to facilitate the easy exchange of tokens of the various chains.
9. Status: Ranks #88 in terms of market capital
Status (SNT) is an open source messaging platform and mobile interface built to interact with applications that run on the Ethereum network. The Status network token (SNT) is a utility token that fuels a decentralized push notification market, governance of the Status client, along with curation of user-generated content on the network. The team at Status hopes to promote adoption of the decentralized web while staying true to principles such as liberty, security, privacy, transparency, inclusivity and censorship resistance.
10. Aion: is Ranked #98 in terms of market capital
Aion is the digital asset of The Open Application Network is used to secure and access The OAN. As a public infrastructure, a global community of individuals, software companies, and institutions secure and maintain the operations of The OAN. These critical functions are enabled and incentivized using Aion. The Open Application Network solves the unintended consequences of platform economies. The OAN is an open source public infrastructure for the creation and hosting of Open Apps. Open Apps are programs that put users back in control and are universally accessible across platforms. The OAN is built on open standards and is owned by everyone that uses it.