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After a sudden listing on the Coinbase cryptocurrency exchange, the prices of 4 not very well-known altcoins rose sharply
The first of these is Inverse Finance (INV), which is an Ethereum-based token. The project offers a set of banking tools for decentralized finance. It was founded in 2020 by a single developer and now operates as a decentralized autonomous organization with hundreds of active members. The INV rate rose from $621.82 to $822 (more than 30%).
Another lucky one is the decentralized borrowing platform Liquity (LQTY), which offers interest-free loans using Ethereum (ETH) as collateral. After the announcement of the listing, the LQTY rate soared from $5.12 to $8.31 (more than 60%).
Next comes the Propy (PRO) platform, which automates real estate transactions to save time and reduce fraud. The native PRO token can be used to cover commission costs and pay for contracts. Its rate jumped from $1.59 to $2.61 (almost 65%).
And closes the list – a project in the field of threat detection and protection against malware PolySwarm (NCT). The native token is used as a reward for users who assist in the collection of data related to cybersecurity and related information. PolySwarm partners include Alibaba.com, Tylabs and SecureBrain. The NCT rate soared from $0.026 to $0.103, showing a 296% yield.
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