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Polygon Introduces Humanity Protocol as Pullix Prepares for Launch


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Polygon (MATIC) recently introduced the Humanity Protocol. Meanwhile, Pullix (PLX) is making headlines ahead of its launch as Kaspa (KAS) is attracting attention in Mumbai with BlockDAG.

Polygon: Presentation of the humanitarian protocol

Polygon announced the Humanity Protocol to help developers with unique human authentication mechanisms.

Following this, MATIC rose from $0.88 to $0.92 in the last week alone.

During this period, its market capitalization increased from $8.49 billion to $8.93 billion.

The sentiment is bullish as the coin trades above the 100 and 200 day EMAs.

Experts say the token could reach $1.36 in Q2 2024.

Pullix prepares to launch hybrid trading platform

Pullix has already raised over $8 million and is preparing to launch in less than a week.

Described as “a hybrid trading platform”, Pullix combines aspects of CEX and DEX to offer users high liquidity, access to all asset classes (including cryptos) and a portfolio management system of self-preservation friendly.

PLX holders benefit from discounts on trading fees or access to certain assets.

The platform also supports a trade-to-ern revenue sharing model.

Here PLX players will get a little bit of what Pullix earns in a day. This means that more transactions equal more staking rewards.

PLX is trading at $0.14. However, analysts expect further growth once the project is launched.

Kaspa: BlockDAG attracts attention in Mumbai

According to a new ambassador report, the Kaspa BlockDAG has been making waves at IIT Mumbai.

KASPA prices have increased from $0.14 to $0.17 over the past seven days. Its market capitalization increased from $3.16 billion to $3.85 billion during this period. Currently, this altcoin is trading above its 21-day and 50-day EMAs.

Experts estimate that Kaspa could reach $0.23 in the second quarter of 2024.


Polygon, Pullix and Kaspa each have their selling point. Pullix has a low market cap of $28 million and has more room to grow.

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