Singapore-based digital assets exchange Crypto.com is continuing its listing spree and adding support for two more low-cap altcoins.
Earlier this week, the exchange listed HIGH, the native asset of open-world metaverse game Highstreet.
The game offers virtual real estate and an online shop, and can be played via virtual reality on standard computers as well as on smartphones.
HIGH is trading for $1.82 at time of writing and is down nearly 2% in the past day and nearly 9% in the past week, according to CoinGecko. The crypto asset is also down more than 95% from its all-time high of $38.42, which it set last December.
Leading US-based crypto exchange platform Coinbase rolled out full retail support for HIGH in March while Coinbase Custody’s cold storage trust added custodial services for the asset in June.
Crypto.com also recently listed Cudos (CUDOS), a multi-chain computer network that aims to bridge the gap between cloud computing services and blockchain technology. The CUDOS token is used for governance, staking, and to fuel transactions on the network.
CUDOS is trading at $0.008170 at time of writing. The 616th-ranked crypto asset by market cap is down more than 1% in the past 24 hours and more than 5% in the past seven days.
CUDOS is also down more than 93% from its all-time high of $0.129565, which it hit in January 2021.
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