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These are the 10 biggest social money cryptocurrencies

Social tokens are a new trend in the cryptocurrency market. Simply put, it is a cryptocurrency that individuals, creators, influencers, brands, or organizations can use to monetize themselves.

These tokens help eliminate middlemen, allowing creators to keep all of their hard earned money and maintain artistic control. Let’s take a look at the 10 biggest social money cryptocurrencies.

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10 biggest social money cryptocurrencies

We have ranked the 10 largest social money cryptocurrencies using the social money token market capitalization (as of September 8, 2022). We used market cap data from coinmarketcap.com for most of the tokens.

  1. BBS Coin (BBS)

This token is designed for Internet forums. BBSCoin aims to help people monetize virtual credits earned on internet forums. The BBS is up more than 20% year-to-date and is up almost 38% over the past 30 days.

At the time of writing, BBS is trading at $0.0000005736 and has a market cap of over $0.05 million. The all-time high is $0.00004102 (June 2019) and the all-time low is $0.0000001899 (June 2022).

  1. Yes Yes)

It aims to reward valuable opinions across the web using the Yup Protocol, a decentralized, semi-autonomous social consensus protocol. YUP is down almost 99% year-to-date and down almost 26% over the last 30 days.

At the time of this writing, YUP is trading at $0.01127 and has a market cap of over $0.072 million. It hits an all-time high of $5.90 (November 2021).

  1. Zora (Zora)

This is a DeFi oracle platform aimed at devising a liquidity swap ecosystem that provides data, tools and capital to users. ZORA is down more than 58% year-to-date, but is up more than 81% over the past 30 days.

At the time of writing, ZORA is trading at $82.69, giving it a market cap of over $410,000. All-time high $3,767.38 (November 2021).

  1. Prop Token (PROPS)

It aims to build better relationships between app developers and their users, while empowering users to help the digital community thrive. PROPS are down almost 87% year-to-date, and are down more than 25% over the past 30 days.

At the time of writing, PROPS is trading at $0.0009643 and has a market cap of over $490,000. The all-time high is $0.1926 (May 2021) and the all-time low is $0.0006098 (July 2022).

  1. Holy Gold (HGOLD)

This is a blockchain-based Hollywood film production company that aims to indirectly involve token holders in filmmaking using blockchain. HGOLD is down more than 37% year-to-date and is down almost 24% over the past 30 days.

At the time of writing, HGOLD is trading at $0.1739 and has a market cap of over $770,000. The all-time high is $14.65 (Jan 2021) and the all-time low is $0.1179 (May 2021).

  1. Onooks (OOKS)

OOKS aims to develop an integrated, interoperable and open financial and currency protocol matrix. Ultimately, we want to disrupt the traditional financial structure. OOKS is down more than 58% year-to-date and is down more than 13% over the past 30 days.

At the time of writing, OOKS is trading at $0.2376 and has a market cap of over $2.6 million. The all-time high is $1.83 (November 2021) and the all-time low is $0.06872 (October 2021).

  1. Moke (Moke)

This is social money for the Hackatao Art Collective and its digital community. MORK is down almost 90% year-to-date and has fallen more than 23% over the past 30 days.

At the time of this writing, MORK is trading at $0.3646 and has a market capitalization of over $3 million. All-time high $30.26 (November 2021).

  1. Friends With Benefits Pro (FWB)

A DAO and cryptocurrency management platform for artists and creators. FWB aims to use Web3 tools to develop an ecosystem where creators and artists can express their creativity in many ways. FWB is down more than 83% year-to-date and is down about 7% over the past 30 days.

As of this writing, FWB is trading at $10.27 and has a market cap of over $6 million. The highest is $628.02 (November 2021) and the lowest is $4.23 (June 2021).

  1. whale (whale)

It is a social currency backed by NFTs and tangible assets. WHALE aims to act as an asset-backed currency that derives value from collectibles and digital art in place of gold. WHALE is down almost 92% year-to-date and down almost 37% over the last 30 days.

At the time of writing, WHALE is trading at $1.13 and has a market capitalization of over $10 million. The all-time high is $61.77 (November 2021) and the all-time low is $1.07 (September 2022).

  1. Rally (RLY)

An Ethereum token that powers the Rally network, launched in 2020. This network uses content sharing and crypto token rewards to develop a community around your brand or message. RLY is down more than 91% year-to-date and nearly 27% over the past 30 days.

At the time of writing, RLY is trading at $0.03138 and has a market cap of over $100 million. The all-time high is $1.40 (April 2021) and the all-time low is $0.02908 (June 2022).

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