Do you want to find inspiration for interesting, top trending, or new cryptocurrencies?
Crypto Lists’ daily visitor voting for all coins and tokens could be good place for you to find noteworthy insights and even perhaps an an ‘aha’ moment. The newly released voting feature for coins and tokens allows any visitor to give their thumbs up or thumbs down for up to 10 cryptocurrencies per day. On a global and fast growing site like CryptoLists.com, this means votes come in from all over the world.
You can contribute to this toplist by going to the coin and token review of your choice, scrolling to the relevant section on the page, and placing your up or down vote from there. Below are the coins and tokens with the highest number of positive votes on the 31st of October, 2022!
Top 15 Voted Coins and Tokens Today
Which coins and tokens are worth looking into today? Hopefully, you can find some inspiration below.
- Top Voted Coins/Tokens Today
- Top Voted Coins/Tokens All Time
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- 1.1 How are votes counted?
- 1.2 How many times can I vote?
- 1.3 Why do you have a list for top voted coins today?
- 1.4 What do I gain from voting?
- 1.5 Why are users voting scores not shown on this page?
- 1.6 How come I can vote both up and down for a coin or token?
- 1.7 Where can I vote for other cryptocurrencies?
- 1.8 I represent a company and want to get out cryptocurrency listed
How are votes counted?
Crypto Lists summarize every visitor’s up or down vote from the toplist of 130+ cryptocurrencies. The voting is counted daily from 00:00 am UTC time. Above are our top voted coins today and below are some of the most frequently asked questions related to the voting and listings.
How many times can I vote?
You can vote on up to 10 different coins and tokens per day. Only one vote a day for each cryptocurrency is allowed.
Why do you have a list for top voted coins today?
Looking at the daily toplist of coins could give an indication of what people find interesting right now. It’s also a way of finding new coins and tokens.
What do I gain from voting?
In a nutshell, it’s a way of having your say about which cryptocurrencies are worth looking into for fellow crypto enthusiasts, who might consider investing in a different digital asset based on your feedback!
Why are users voting scores not shown on this page?
Below is an example of Solana visitor voting consensus. You can see this when you go into a coin/token review. That is also where you place your upvote or downvote for a specific crypto asset.
How come I can vote both up and down for a coin or token?
We let anyone with an option have their say. If you think something is awesome, feel free to inform others about it by making a positive (green) vote. If you instead think that a particular coin or token is overrated, feel free to vote down (red) for it. Below is an example of how it looks when voting on Filecoin.
Where can I vote for other cryptocurrencies?
Yes, of course. Any coin or token listed on CryptoLists.com can be voted on. You can start from this leaderboard with all coins and tokens.
I represent a company and want to get out cryptocurrency listed
Make a request to list your coin. Crypto Lists technical department always look into the contract and do a full review of the people behind your cryptocurrency before accepting any coin listing request. If you represent a cryptocurrency that you would like to be listed, it’s important that you explain a bit more about the people behind it and give us an URL to the whitepaper so we can make our own judgement.
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