4 Best Cryptocurrencies with Lower Market Caps

Below is the list of the most promising cryptocurrencies that are not in top 15 by their market cap:

  • Steem

Steem is a cryptocurrency used on a platform called SteemIt. The platform is a sort of social network where every interaction between the users results in the transfer of the cryptocurrency. For example, if you “like” someones post, a small amount is deducted from your balance and transfer to the person who posted the content. The social network has started to gain momentum, so naturally, the price of the Steem goes up.

  • DigiByte

DigiByte is a gaming cryptocurrency which has an excellent developers team. They partnered with some major gaming companies such as Blizzard. DigiByte was undervalued for a long time, as there were many bag holders from the times when the coin was young. Now, that selling wall was breached finally, and its price started to rise. Currently it’s worth three times more than before – for a long time its price was around 30 Satoshis, and now it’s closer to 100 Satoshis.

  • Synereo AMP

The coin had its ups and downs, but the future looks bright now, as they announced Qrator, a network somewhat similar to SteemIt. The price already started to rise, but I expect the big boom right before the launch of Qrator in June.

  • NAV Coin

NAV Coin is traded on all major exchanges and it has large daily trading volumes. Its one of the rare completely anonymous coins and it has a great development team behind it. As the demand grows, it’s likely we’ll see the increase in price.

Other coins worth mentioning:

  • Dogecoin
  • BitShares
  • BitCrystals
  • GameCredits
  • Ardor
  • Lisk
  • Potcoin

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