Singapore-based digital asset exchange Crypto.com is adding support for two under-the-radar altcoins as markets rebound.
Earlier this week, the exchange listed the native token of Boba Network (BOBA).
The project utilizes optimistic rollups, a less stringent and data-heavy method of transaction verification than traditional zero-knowledge rollups.
The BOBA token can be used for governance and staking.
The project aims empower decentralized applications (DApps) developers building on Ethereum (ETH).
BOBA is trading at $0.51 at time of writing. The 306th-ranked crypto asset by market cap is up more than 15% in the past seven days and more than 4.5% in the past 24 hours. Coinbase listed the token in late June.
On Thursday, Crypto.com also listed the native asset of Alchemy Pay (ACH), a payment system that aims to serve as a bridge between the crypto and fiat economies.
According to the project’s website, Alchemy Pay serves as “an all-in-one online and offline crypto-fiat gateway service for businesses,” and also enables financial institutions to offer cryptocurrency investment services.
ACH is trading for $0.015 at time of writing. The 333rd-ranked crypto asset by market cap is down more than 7% in the past week and more than 1.7% in the past day. Binance also listed the token back in January.
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