The first quarter of 2022 continued the bearish trend that we saw towards the end of 2021. With spring in the air, there is a feeling of excitement back in the crypto space with many predicting that Q2 could see price explosions similar to the heights of last year. Three of the most fascinating tokens in existence today are XRP (XRP), Cronos (CRO) and Seesaw Protocol (SSW). All three have the potential to outperform Bitcoin (BTC) over the next few months and could make their investors a lot of money.
Ripple vs The SEC
XRP was one of the few altcoins to miss out on setting a new all-time high in 2021. This is because the company behind the token, Ripple Labs has been involved in a legal dispute with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for over a year.
Since December 2020, when the lawsuit was filed against Ripple, the price of XRP has stagnated. It failed to break its all-time high of $3.84 established in January 2018 whilst coins such as Solana (SOL) and Cardano (ADA) smashed theirs out of the park.
XRP is utilised for payment settlement, asset exchange, and remittance systems that operate a little like SWIFT, a network of banks and financial institutions that facilitate international money and security transfers.
If the lawsuit between Ripple and the SEC ends favourably for XRP then many believe the token will skyrocket to a price that competes with Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH).
The Crypto World Cup
Crypto.com which has rebranded now to Cronos (CRO) announced on Wednesday, March 22, that it would be an official sponsor of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which will be held in Qatar in November.
Crypto.com’s logo will be prominently displayed at the tournament’s locations, and the company will offer its 10 million-plus customers the opportunity to attend matches and win products through the corporate sponsorship arrangement.
Cronos (CRO) has several high profile sporting sponsorship deals with the likes of the Staples Center, the Australian Football League, Formula One, and the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
By the end of 2022, the exchange projects crypto owners will exceed 1 billion, up from roughly 300 million in 2021. The worldwide exposure that is on offer for Cronos (CRO) should only increase the price of the token over the next few years. It could even compete on a global scale with its main rival, Binance.
Seesaw Price Continues To Increase
Seesaw Protocol (SSW) has finally launched after its unprecedented presale which saw the token increase in value by just over 4000%. When the DeFi protocol launched on January 25th 2022, the price of one SSW token was $0.005. Fast forward to the official launch and the price now stands at $0.22.
It has been confirmed that Seesaw Protocol (SSW) has a liquidity of $1 million providing clarity and reassurance for investors that bought into the project in the early stages of its presale. SSW looks set to be a revolutionary cryptocurrency as it begins its journey in the mainstream.
Seesaw Protocol (SSW) offers its users the chance to bridge the BNB chain between either Ethereum (ETH) or Polygon (MATIC). This utility could be beneficial for the dApps and NFTs of the future, allowing for the most efficient blockchain to be utilised at any given time.
If you missed out on the impressive presale of Seesaw Protocol (SW) then fear not, the price of just $0.22 is still a fantastic entry point for a crypto that could break into the top 50 over the coming years.
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