Here are further facts about major, upcoming and minor cryptocurrencies. Crypto coins or simply “coins” as we call it here, represent a native coin of a blockchain. Tokens on the other hand use another coin’s blockchain.
CryptoLists.com is dedicated to list all the newest, biggest, and most interesting coins available. Every day, about 70 coins (50 BSC and 20 ERC-20) are launched. Here is a top list of all the most interesting coins in our opinion, right now.
We have divided crypto coins into a few categories; stablecoins, DeFi coins, major cryptocurrencies, newest cryptocurrencies, exchange coins and NFT coins. Click on a coin link below or go to our token types and select one you would like to learn more about, or read our FAQ below to see the most common questions about cryptocurrencies right now.
91 Best Crypto Coins and Tokens
This is the toplist with the best crypto coins and tokens in United States. There may still be restrictions what people in the your geographic region are allowed to do when it comes to crypto currencies. So make sure that you read up on the regulatory restrictions as well as the terms and conditions for each crypto exchange and consider what is allowed or not allowed. Crypto is extremely volatile and not suitable for everyone to invest in. Never speculate with money that you cannot afford to loose.
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- 1 91 Best Crypto Coins and Tokens
- 1.1 Altcoins
- 1.2 BSC
- 1.3 Cheap coins to buy
- 1.4 DeFi
- 1.5 ERC-20 tokens
- 1.6 Exchange coins
- 1.7 Expensive coins
- 1.8 Fast rising coins
- 1.9 Low cap coins
- 1.10 Major coins
- 1.11 Meme coins
- 1.12 Minable coins
- 1.13 Minor coins
- 1.14 Newest coins coins
- 1.15 NFT coins
- 1.16 Proof of stake
- 1.17 Proof of work
- 1.18 Scam coins
- 1.19 Stablecoins
- 1.20 Staking coins
- 1.21 Superfast crypto chain coins
- 1.22 Upcoming coins (fast rising)
- 1.23 What is a crypto asset?
- 1.24 FAQ about crypto coins
All cryptocurrency coins, except Bitcoins (BTC), are classified as altcoins – alternative cryptocurrencies. Here is a top list of the best altcoins right now.
BSC stands for Binance Smart Chain. It’s the blockchain network built by Binance for running smart contract-based applications. Today, 10 000’s of coins run on BSC. Here is a top list of the best BSC coins at the moment.
Cheap coins to buy
Don’t want to spend a fortune to buy your coins? Here is a top list of some of the cheapest cryptocurrency coins to buy (will be live soon).
DeFi is short for Decentralised Finance. With DeFi coins, consumers can access financial products from a decentralized blockchain network, without middlemen such as banks or other financial organisations. Find a toplist of DeFin coins here.
ERC20 stands for Ethereum Request for Comment, while 20 is the identifier. All ERC-20 tokens are created, minted and hosted on the Ethereum network. About 20 new ERC-20 coins are launched on average on weekdays.
Crypto Lists decided to call them “Exchange coins” since it’s the main tokens used by a few cryptocurrency exchanges. Fast growing exchanges such as Kucoin Token (KCS), Uniswap (UNI) and Crypto.com Coin (CRO) may rise considerably in value, but people can also find them overvalued or there might be other risk factors associated with them. Others such as SushiSwap (SUSHI) lost their founders, and might be at risk for further downside, unless some new spirit comes in. See a toplist of exchange coins here.
Some of the most popular tokens and coins might cost over 1000 USD each, or 50 000+ for coins like Bitcoin. However, they might be expensive for a reason. Find a top list of the most expensive tokens and coins here (note: not live yet).
Fast rising coins
There are trends with everything from fashion to cryptocurrencies. Here, we list some of the fastest rising coins, which could be either a great opportunity or a high risk because of the quick price increase. See our toplist of fast rising coins here (it will be live in 1-2 weeks).
Low cap coins
Many crypto investors are looking for coins with a rather low market cap. That way, it might be possible to invest before the value spiked. See our toplist of low cap coins here (coming within 10 days).
Some of the major coins include, but are not limited to, Binance Coin (BNB), Ethereum (ETH) and Bitcoin (BTC). Which major coins don’t you know about?
Meme coins are a type of cryptocurrencies that’s inspired by images, videos, phrases, trends, jokes, pets or movies on the Internet or social media. In 2013, Dogecoin (DOGE) was launched and later came Shiba Inu, SafeMoon Inu and many more. Most Meme coins have limited purpose and prices are driven mainly by speculation. Learn more about meme coins and the cryptocurrencies that’s inspired by theme. See our top list of Meme coins here.
Cryptocurrencies that you can mine are popular among a lot of people. Are you considering to mine Bitcoin (SHA-256d), where rewards are 6.25 BTC per block, or would you rather mine Ethereum (Ethash), Litecoin (Scrypt) or Monero (RandomX)? We are creating a top list of mineable coins that will be released within short.
Here are some of the smaller crypto tokens and crypto coins. If you rather go into the smaller ones because you see more potential here, then our upcoming top list for minor coins might be of interest.
Newest coins coins
Looking for the latest cryptocurrencies? We’ve sort them by day and week, so you never miss any of the newest tokens and cryptos. In the upcoming days, you’ll be able to see a top list of the newest coins.
Do you enjoy collecting NFT’s and want to see the main coins related to this sector? We’ll soon have you covered.
Proof of stake
Proof of Stake or PoS is one of the most attractive types of cryptocurrencies. With the help of a consensus mechanism that is used to validate data, owners are able to stake their coins. This gives the validators the right to check and confirm new blocks. See a toplist of PoS coins here.
Proof of work
Proof of work is a method to verify crypto transactions. If you want to know more details about the how proof of work concept, then check out our toplist for Proof of Work coins & tokens here.
Did you ever have problems with rug pulls, honeypots or simply an annoying scam coin? Or do you simply want to avoid them? Then you should check out and read about the scam coin top list, that will be live within short.
If you would like a cryptocurrency that doesn’t change too much in price, and have less volatility, then a stablecoin such as USD Coin (USDC), Tether (USDT), PAX Gold (PAXG) or Dai (DAI) might be the right option. Check out our toplist of the best stablecoins here.
Looking for a yearly interest many times higher than your bank is giving? Then check out the best coins for staking, either with a stable price or more volatile. See the top staking coins here.
Superfast crypto chain coins
Tired of Bitcoin that might take over 30 minutes or even 1 hours plus for some transactions? Then we suggest you look into the fastest crypto chains around, such as Solana (SOL), Terra (LUNA), Avalanche (AVAX) and Polygon (Matic). See a toplist of the fastest crypto chains here (coming soon).
Upcoming coins (fast rising)
There are many crypto coin that’s gaining interest and exposure in media lately, including but not limited to Enjin Coin (ENJ) and Sandbox (SAND). Would you like to know more about fast rising or upcoming coins and tokens? Stay tuned, since we are about to release a top list for this section.
What is a crypto asset?
Crypto assets can be any type of crypto tokens, coins and NFTs. Most people see digital assets such as crypto coins and tokens along with NFTs as huge opportunities. While this is true, you should also be aware of the risks associated with digital crypto assets.
FAQ about crypto coins
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