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10 cheap cryptocurrencies to buy in 2022

Cryptocurrencies are the trend these days, but many people are wrongly using Bitcoin and crypto interchangeably, but obviously, they’re not the same, in fact, there are plenty of other options to make real money in a shorter period than you’d make with Bitcoin, let’s talk about some of them in this post.

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XRP is an open-source cryptocurrency developed by Ripple which is a blockchain company to help the w      orld have a faster and cheaper transaction system, the sad fact is that Ripple is currently embroiled in a lawsuit brought by the SEC, which caused its price to drop slowly ever since.





Dogecoin is originally launched as a joke, but the crypto market has been realizing slowing it’s getting real when it started skyrocketing and reached its all-time high at $0.68, but it’s currently trading at a relatively cheap price around $0.25 per coin.






EOS is seen as a competitor to Ethereum as it is a developer to facilitate large transactions in a rapid and safe way, also it’s extremely fast and scalable, developer-friendly, focused on security and compliance.



This is another Ethereum based token made to power the Chainlink decentralized oracle network, this kind of network is used to connect external data to the blockchain, this way, Chainlink expands the capabilities of smart contracts with secure real-world data.





USDC is another stable coin which means valued is tethered and pushed to the value of another coin, USD is this case, you can’t really make money by trading this coin but you can earn interest with loaning your assets through a decentralized finance platforms like AAVE




Cardano is a blockchain that enables transaction validation with low energy costs thanks to its Proof-Of-Stake algorithm called Ouroboros, according to its developers, Cardano has great potential again thanks to its an algorithm for decentralization, and the ability to scale to global requirements, all of that without compromising its security.




Decentraland is a virtual reality game that is based –again—on the Ethereum blockchain, a game where users buy land plots on which to develop and monetize their goods, with a market cap of $1.5B



USDT is another stablecoin that is –as the name suggests—tethered to the US dollar, at a price of 1$, it’s unlikely to move anywhere far from that price just like the USDC is.



Stellar is a network for all sorts of payments. That mean it’s designed to make it possible to send and trade all forms of money including Bitcoin, US Dollar, pesos, and pretty much anything.



DOT is the token that runs over the Polkadot network, it’s designed for three main purposes, enabling governance, operating the network, and bonding the DOT tokens to create parachains.