1. Helium (HNT) Helium is a decentralized network powered by blockchain for the Internet of Things, or IoT, devices using the proof-of-coverage algorithm.

2. Chainlink (LINK) Chainlink is a decentralized network built on Ethereum that facilitates the creation of smart contracts based on real-world data — one of the first to do so.

3. Filecoin (FIL) Filecoin is a decentralized peer-to-peer storage network where users can earn the platform’s token by renting out space on their computers’ hard drives.

4. Flux (FLUX) Flux is made to help developers create Web 3.0 applications and deploy them on different networks at the same time.

5. Theta (THETA) Theta is a decentralized blockchain network built specifically for video streaming.

6. The Graph (GRT) The Graph is an indexing system that can be used to organize blockchain data, which can further be filtered and queried by members.

7. BitTorrent-New (BTT) With more than 2 billion users and 200 million wallets, BitTorrent is a leading peer-to-peer file-sharing platform that has torrent client software for Mac, Android, Windows and more.

8. Siacoin (SC) Sia is a peer-to-peer digital platform where users can pay hosts to rent their cloud storage space.

9. Basic Attention Token (BAT) BAT powers a blockchain-based digital advertising platform that delivers content through the Brave Browser.

10. Polkadot (DOT) Polkadot enables transfers of any asset or data across blockchains. Its service is not limited to tokens.