There are a few great projects on the Blockchain Ecosystem that has gone on the low for quite a while now.
Let’s not write them out as yet, because some project teams don’t bother much about the price of their tokens, they primarily focus on developing their platform on the background.
NPXS aims to make the use of cryptocurrency as a form of payment into a reality for retailers and consumers alike. By applying the technology to a series of real world use cases such as cards and the XPOS point-of-sale devices, the team has built products that could accept the NPXS token for goods and services. With the goals of supporting retail intelligence, marketing & loyalty programs as well as inventory & order management systems, the Pundi X Point-of-Sale device could help to support digital commerce worldwide.
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.
Dent has developed a global marketplace for the buying and selling of Telco assets like eSIM digital SIM cards, mobile data packages, voice minutes and top-ups. Over 25 Million users have already registered for our services, and products with over 220 Telcos already available on the platform. As a digital and global operator, we provide our customers the most convenient way of staying online while traveling. No more expensive roaming fees!
Waltonchain (WTC) is building an ecosystem that melds blockchain, RFID technology, and IoT (Internet of Things). The Walton team develops and produces Transaction ID-reading RFID chips, which can generate their own random ID hashes that are uploaded simultaneously to the blockchain via their RFID reader. This translates to enhanced operational efficiency, especially for supply chain use cases such high-end clothing identification, food & drug traceability, and logistics tracking.
Neo bills itself as a “rapidly growing and developing” ecosystem that has the goal of becoming the foundation for the next generation of the internet — a new economy where digitized payments, identities and assets come together.
Initially known as Antshares, this project was believed to be China’s first-ever public blockchain when it was launched in February 2014. The open-source platform subsequently rebranded to Neo three years later.
As well as creating a worldwide community of developers who create new infrastructure for the network and lower barriers to entry, the team behind this project operate an EcoBoost initiative that’s designed to encourage people to build decentralized apps and smart contracts on its blockchain.
It’s often been likened to the Chinese version of the Ethereum network.
Basic Attention Token, or BAT, is the token that powers a new blockchain-based digital advertising platform designed to fairly reward users for their attention, while providing advertisers with a better return on their ad spend.
This experience is delivered through the Brave Browser, where users can watch privacy-preserving adverts and receive BAT rewards for doing so. On the other hand, advertisers can deliver targeted ads to maximize engagement and cut down losses due to ad fraud and abuse.
The Basic Attention Token itself is the unit of reward in this advertising ecosystem, and is exchanged between advertisers, publishers and users. Advertisers pay for their advertising campaigns in BAT tokens. Out of this budget, a small portion is distributed to advertisers, while 70% is distributed to users — whereas the intermediaries that typically drive up advertising costs are cut out of the equation to improve cost-efficiency.
Basic Attention Token launched in 2017 following one of the fastest sell-out initial coin offerings (ICOs) of all time, with the platform raising a total of $35 million in under a minute. Since then, it has rolled out its attention-based advertising experience to users in most countries through its Brave Rewards program.
If you don’t have any of the above mentioned tokens, you might consider acquiring them, but if you do, just HODL. It goes without saying, (Not a financial advice, do your own research).
If there are others I missed that should be on the list, use the comments to tell us about it.