Singapore-based digital asset exchange Crypto.com is announcing the listing of two under-the-radar altcoins.
The crypto exchange is rolling out support for the native token of the AIOZ Network (AIOZ), a layer-1 blockchain-based content streaming delivery platform.
Using the AIOZ token as a reward, the project aims to build a network of nodes that provide bandwidth and computational power to continue to store and distribute media content for AIOZ’s ecosystem of decentralized applications.
The project’s website says it’s fully interoperable with the Ethereum (ETH) and Cosmos (ATOM) blockchains and can provide instant finality and low transaction fees. Coinbase also listed the asset in March.
AIOZ Network is trading for $0.077 at time of writing. The 403rd-ranked crypto asset by market cap is down 7.37% in the past day but is up more than 56% in the past week. However, the token remains down more than 96% from its all-time high of $2.20, which it hit in April 2021.
Crypto.com is also adding support for the native token of Ferro (FER), a stable swap automated market maker designed to strengthen the Cronos (CRO) ecosystem. Ferro aims to provide the best rates to trade stablecoins and pegged assets.
Ferro is trading for $0.16 at time of writing.
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