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Best Crypto to Buy Today 10th January – FGHT, APT, D2T, CHZ, CCHG, GALA, RIA, ZIL

Simon Chandler
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The cryptocurrency market has remained flat in the past 24 hours, after a much-needed rally yesterday. At $889 billion, its total cap has also risen by 6% in a week, although it is actually slightly down in the past month.

Despite today’s lack of movement for the market as a whole, a number of altcoins have continued to beat averages. This article collects them in a list of the best crypto to buy today, while it also includes several very promising presale tokens.

Fight Out (FGHT)

Aiming to take the move-to-earn sector forwards, Fight Out (FGHT) is an Ethereum-based platform that combines real-life workouts with Web3. In contrast to earlier M2E apps, it will track and reward a much wider range of workouts, including boxing, weightlifting and yoga, while also offering a range of in-app and IRL courses at its own branded gyms.

Its token sale opened in December and has already raised over $2.8 million, with 1 FGHT currently selling at $0.0166. The sale is due to end by Q2 2022, which is when it will list for the first time and when its app will launch.

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Aptos (APT)

APT has risen by an impressive 41% in the past 24 hours, reaching $5.76. This is a 53% gain in a week and a 20% increase in the last 30 days, with the new Facebook-born altcoin 58% down from its all-time high of $13.73 , set in October.

Source: TradingView

APT’s indicators signal some very strong momentum, with the coin’s RSI moving above 70 in the past couple of days. Likewise, its 30-day average has shot above its 200-day, indicating a significant breakout rally.

As mentioned above, Aptos was born out of Meta’s ill-fated Diem/Libra digital currency project, using the same Move programming language that was created for Meta’s stillborn currency. This theoretically makes it more scalable and efficient than many other existing cryptocurrencies and blockchain, potentially giving it an edge over its rivals.

There’s no obvious short-term trigger behind its current rally, other than the marketwide rally that has benefitted numerous other altcoins. That said, there’s an argument that APT is undervalued, given that Aptos has raised hundreds of millions of dollars in venture capital in past months, indicating that the big money is betting on its success.

Dash 2 Trade (D2T)

Due to list tomorrow, Dash 2 Trade is a trading intelligence platform that will launch by the end of this quarter. Its innovative Ethereum-based dashboard will provide real-time analytics and social trading data, giving investors pretty much all the resources and tools they could possibly need to inform and improve their trading. and LBANK Exchange, although more will undoubtedly follow in the coming weeks.

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Chiliz (CHZ)

At $0.123227, CHZ has gained by 7% in the past 24 hours, and by 20% in the past week. On the other hand, it remains down by 17.5% in the last 30 days, while also 86% below its ATH of $0.878633, set back in March 2021.

Source: TradingView

CHZ’s chart reveals that, after a two months’ decline, its momentum is now on the up. After sinking below 30 at the start of the year, its RSI has risen quickly to just under 60, and is likely to continue rising towards 70 and beyond.

Similarly, its 30-day average has bottomed relative to its 200-day, with a rally likely to last for as long as it takes the shorter term indicator to reach a peak above its longer term counterpart.

In terms of fundamentals, CHZ is rallying now mostly as a corrective to a long period of declines. There’s no short-term trigger of the movement, although Chiliz arguably remains one of the most valuable platforms in the cryptocurrency ecosystem, meaning it’s now regaining some of its ‘true’ value.

Its platform powers fan tokens for a large and growing number of major sports teams, from Paris-Saint Germain and Barcelona to the Aston Martin Formula One team. At the same time, it has signed a variety of high-profile partnerships, with it becoming an official technology partner for Barcelona FC last year.

As such, it boasts some real-world adoption, and is likely to benefit disproportionately from a new bull market.

C+Charge (CCHG) 

C+Charge (CCHG) is a new peer-to-peer payment network for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, beginning its presale in December. It has the overarching aim of using blockchain and crypto to widen access to carbon credits, with its native CCHG set to be used within its network by EV owners to pay to charge their vehicles.

In addition, C+Charge will also reward users with NFT-based carbon credits for charging their EVs at its stations, giving people an incentive to go green. It has also already signed partnershps with Flowcarbon and with Perfect Solutions Turkey, adding 20% of the EV chargers in Turkey to its network. 

Given such early growth, it’s another new platform in a strong position to have a successful 2023.

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Gala (GALA)

GALA continues to enjoy some very healthy rises, increasing by 13% in the past 24 hours. At $0.04238230, this means it has risen by 139% in the past week, and by 65% in a month.

Source: TradingView

GALA’s indicators continue to show big momentum, with no immediate end in sight. While its RSI has increased to almost 90 (which would usually indicate overbuying), its 30-day average is still well below its 200-day, so there’s still potentially space left for its price to rise.

The altcoin began surging a couple of days, when Gala Games announced that it’s developing 2 films with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Mark Wahlberg. At the same time, it was revealed that these two titles will be integrated with certain “digital items” that will require GALA (as gas) to acquire.

This announcement follows a period of steady growth for Gala, which also announced redently that it had acquired a mobile games stuido (still unnamed). As such, it could be one of the big gainers of 2023.

Calvaria (RIA)

Play-to-earn (P2E) battle card game Calvaria recently entered the final stage of its token offering, having raised just over $2.7 million. This means there are only 12% of the available RIA coins remaining, with the token due to list on exchanges in the next few weeks (LBANK Exchange and BKEX Global are among early supporters).

Available on PC and mobile app stores, one of Calvaria’s distinguishing features is that it doesn’t actually require cryptocurrency to play, making it more accessible — and potentially more popular — than pre-existing blockchain-based games. 

As for the game itself, it’s due in Q2 2023. Its game world will be set in a mythical afterlife, with characters animated in full 3D and with the ability to earn and upgrade the collectible cards used to battle with different factions in the game’s universe. 

With 58,000 Twitter followers, it already looks as though the game is popular. This sets it up nicely for a successfull launch.

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Zilliqa (ZIL)

While ZIL did fantastically well yesterday, the altcoin is down by 7.5% in the past 24 hours. It has dropped to $0.02439617, although it’s still up by 47% in a week and by 8% in the last 30 days.

Source: TradingView

Despite the little correction, ZIL’s indicators remain in a good position, with its RSI still high and rising. At the same time, its 30-day average remains below its 200-day, signalling further space to rise.

As with certain other coins, much of ZIL’s rally is to do with the market compensating for previous selloffs, with the coin still undervalued relative to its fundamental worth. 

Indeed, the Zilliqa network has been enjoying steady organic growth over the past few months, with its address count rising by 50% since the start of last year and its smart contracts deployed increasing by 21%.