One of the hottest altcoins over the last seven days is GXChain (GXC), a permissionless blockchain designed to facilitate data uploading, storage, computation and exchange for enterprises.
GXC erupted from a seven-day low of $0.479 to a high of $1.75, marking an increase of over 265% in just one week. The native asset of the data economy blockchain has retraced since and is trading at $1.21 at time of writing.
Another red-hot altcoin this week is Rich Quack (QUACK), a community-driven project that aims to become a multi-chain launch ecosystem to help incubate next-generation crypto protocols to life.
QUACK rallied over 216% from a weekly low of $0.00000000106 to a high of $0.00000000335. At time of writing, QUACK is valued at $0.00000000261.
Next up is PHA, the native asset of the Phala Network, a project that aims to enable massive cloud processing without sacrificing data confidentiality. PHA erupted from a weekly low of $0.071 to a high of $0.218, representing a rise of over 207%.
PHA has slightly retraced and is changing hands for $0.214 at time of writing.
The last big mover this week is SingularityNET (AGIX), a project that aims to become a blockchain-based marketplace for artificial intelligence services ranging from individual AI algorithms to standalone AI applications. AGIX surged from a seven-day low of $0.042 to a high of $0.121, a more than 188% increase in just one week.
AGIX has dipped since hitting its weekly high and is swapping hands for $0.0714 at time of writing.
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