In 2023, the leading crypto assets, such as bitcoin and ethereum, have captured decent gains. Bitcoin has increased 17.2% over the last 30 days, and ethereum has risen 9.3% in the same timeframe. However, year-to-date statistics show that bitcoin is down 38.3%, and ethereum has lost 39.3% against the U.S. dollar. The following presents a look at 12 crypto assets that have increased in value during the last 12 months.
12 Crypto Assets With Year-to-Date Gains Against the Greenback
Crypto assets rebounded in 2023 and are faring much better than they were last year. Out of the top 125 cryptocurrencies in terms of the largest market capitalizations, only 9.6%, or 12 digital currencies, have seen year-to-date gains. The leader among the 12 crypto assets is the native token to the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) game Cyberdragon. The token, called binary x (BNX), has gained 613% against the U.S. dollar since this day last year. BNX is followed by the artificial intelligence cryptoasset singularity net (AGIX), which has gained 277% year-to-date.
AGIX is followed by the Okx exchange token OKB, which has seen an increase of around 169% over the last year. OKB is followed by trust wallet token (TWT), as TWT has gained 162.34% against the U.S. dollar in 12 months. Two tokens associated with liquid staking protocols follow TWT. Lido dao (LDO) has increased by 116%, and rocket pool (RPL) has climbed 80% over the past year. The AI crypto token fetch.ai (FET) rose 30.26%, and quant network (QNT) jumped 27.12% in the 12-month period.
Tron (TRX) is up 10.61% year-to-date, and cdai (CDAI) has increased around 1.65% in the past year. Lastly, the tokens ethereum name service (ENS) and monero (XMR) are up over the last 12 months as well, between 0.54% and 0.77%. A majority of the other crypto assets within the top 125 are down between 10% and 73% from this time last year. Furthermore, while BTC has lost 38% since this time last year, the 12 aforementioned digital currencies have much higher percentage gains against bitcoin than the greenback.
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