5 Cryptocurrencies to Buy for Under $1 This Week – Don’t Miss Out!


Cryptocurrency traders and investors should take note of the five most promising digital assets that can currently be purchased at a low price of under $1 per coin. Finbold has analyzed the crypto sector to come up with this list.

Hedera (HBAR) is gaining attention in the crypto market due to partnerships with major carmakers and the Federal Reserve’s addition of its micropayments platform to FedNow. The asset is presently trading at $0.064, up 1.82% over the last 24 hours and 16.81% over the past 30 days.

XDC Network (XDC) has been climbing the ranks due to the XDC-IMDA partnership which provides practical, real world use. XDC is currently trading at $0.056, down 2.94% on the day and 9.09% over the previous week, but still succeeding in accumulating a 12.85% gain over the last month.

Shiba Inu (SHIB) is a meme cryptocurrency that has been recording losses in the past week. However, its Layer 2 blockchain Shibarium, including the recent wallet update, and rising number of transactions, are keeping the asset afloat. Its price currently stands at $0.000008099, down 3.46% in the last 24 hours and 22.49% over the week.

Astar (ASTR) is recording gains on all its charts after launching the Polkadot Relayers Incubator 2023. The asset has seen a 0.8% increase over the day and 0.84% over the week, as well as a 35.5% growth over the past month.

XRP (XRP) has not seen impressive progress in the past week, but its involved community is hopeful for the outcome of the legal standoff between Ripple and the US SEC, which could send the asset sky high. 8 countries are harnessing the power of XRP Ledger for their Central Bank Digital Currencies (CDBCs). XRP is currently trading at $0.526, down 3.06% over the day, 15.97% over the week, and 31.32% over the month.

It is essential to do one’s own due diligence before investing in any of these assets, as the content on this site should not be considered as investment advice. Investing is speculative and capital is at risk.

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