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Controversy happens all the time, and that includes apps and games. Recent years have seen year-long beefs between major companies, and this year was no exception. We saw Google and Apple take digs at each other, Samsung getting into trouble, and Microsoft doing things that upset a lot of people. This may be the most star-studded controversy list we’ve ever done. So, without further delay, here are the most controversial apps and games from 2023.
The most controversial apps and games from 2023
Google vs Apple and iMessage
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The companies fired shots at each other all year over this, and the topic would crop up every couple of months for the entirety of 2023. We thought it would’ve slowed down by now, but it seems like Google is really making a push for this. We polled our readers back in January, and even 50% of voters didn’t have complete faith in RCS.
We’re not entirely sure if this is going to be a long-term beef or if both companies intend to drop it in 2023. We’ll have to wait and be sure, but Google has been fighting the RCS war for years now, so anything could happen.
Google debuts user choice billing in Google Play
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Google introduced user choice billing in the Google Play Store this year. This doesn’t seem like a big deal. However, considering that this was the reason Fortnite left the Play Store a few years ago, we consider the move to be the next leg in that fight. Originally, Fortnite left the Play Store because it didn’t want to pay the 30% Google tax. Google reduced it to 15% for 99% of developers in 2023, and now, it is letting users use non-Google Play billing.
This, of course, isn’t without its own problems. Third-party billing is still subject to the 15-30% service fee that you would otherwise pay with Google Play billing, so developers won’t see too much of a change. Google says the service fee is to keep the Play Store running smoothly, so it likely won’t let developers out from under its control anytime soon.
Again, this may not be the biggest deal in 2023. However, this is a fight developers have been waging against both Google and Apple for years. This is a continuation of that controversy, so we’re going to keep following it until it ends.
Samsung and Xiaomi throttle over 10,000 apps
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Samsung and Xiaomi were throttling over 10,000 apps on phones. This was uncovered this year for the Xiaomi Mi 11 and the Galaxy S22 series. Both companies denied doing anything wrong, but eventually owned up to throttling the apps. Samsung even rolled out an update that lets users turn it off in the Game Performance Management Mode.
What’s interesting about this controversial move is its cause. Both companies were throttling apps as a form of heat and power management. This year’s early Snapdragon chips are notorious for getting hotter than they should. This has caused some OEMs to turn things down a bit to avoid overheating. After all, such bad press basically killed 2023 flagships like the HTCOne M9, despite it not being HTC’s fault that the Snapdragon 810 series of chips ran hot.
We’re hoping that the next generation of Snapdragon chips fixes the overheating issues, but if not, we can expect this same kind of stuff to happen again. Apps are getting increasingly power-hungry, and phone CPUs are getting increasingly powerful. The result is more heat generation. For now, though, owners of some Samsung and Xiaomi devices will just have to deal with decreased performance with the benefit of having a cooler phone.
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As Groundhog Day indicates six more weeks of winter, so does Madden release day indicate three months of video games ahead. We’ve officially passed that threshold for 2023, ending the annual summer drought. Rejoice!
Still, there are a few noteworthy games to look forward to in the coming months. We’ve listed nine of our most anticipated below.Control – August 27
Having recently read the Southern Reach Trilogy, I’m starting to realize how much of Remedy’s Control is an homage. Hell, even the title comes from the name of a character in Jeff VanderMeer’s series.
And I’m totally fine with that. Control’s brutalist Oldest House, headquarters of the titular Federal Bureau of Control, looks like a warren of weird—a boring government office where you might accidentally stumble into a never-ending labyrinth, or a lab being slowly devoured by wildlife. It’s peak Remedy, and a perfect (albeit unofficial) adaptation of New Weird hallmarks.Blair Witch – August 30
This Blair Witch adaptation (two decades after the fact) makes the list based on pedigree, not anything I’ve seen of the game itself—because truth be told, I haven’t seen much. Just the E3 trailer.
It’s being developed by Bloober Team though, the studio behind Layers of Fear and Observer. Bloober’s one of the most interesting teams working in horror these days, and that alone is enough to pique my interest. Then again, I mostly love Bloober’s work because it’s strange and innovative, breaking established horror rules. Can that spirit survive when shackled to a known quantity like Blair Witch? We’ll find out soon, I guess.Spyro Reignited Trilogy – September 3
Modernized controls are an especially welcome touch, and should make those flying sections less of a pain.Destiny 2: Shadowkeep – September 17
But the upcoming Shadowkeep expansion is set to turn Destiny 2 into the game fans wanted from the start. A new armor slot, a new raid, Eververse changes, and a long-awaited return to the Moon—it’s good news, all the way down. Plus Bungie’s moving Destiny 2 from chúng tôi to Steam and making the base game free-to-play to drum up new players. Best of all? You’ll be able to transfer characters between platforms, so everyone who originally bought Destiny 2 on PlayStation 4 and has felt trapped there these last two years can finally move to PC. (Or vice versa, I suppose.)Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – October 25
For 2023, it’s a Modern Warfare reboot. Infinity Ward is hoping to bring back the ripped-from-the-headlines vibe of the original Modern Warfare trilogy, hoping to figure out what a nuclear explosion or a “No Russian” looks like in 2023. Will it succeed? I’m not sure. It’s easy to feel tacky or exploitative with such loaded subject matter. That said, it’s a lot more interesting than what we’ve seen from Call of Duty for the last decade or so, and that’s promising in itself.Outer Worlds – October 25
Perhaps my most anticipated game of 2023, Outer Worlds is Obsidian’s spiritual successor to Fallout: New Vegas. Like, way more than I expected. It’s evident in the setting, which takes Fallout’s retro-futurist look to space. But mostly it’s the minute details, the way the camera zooms in for conversations or the cheeky tone for character upgrades.
If you’ve ever wished for a New Vegas sequel, this is probably the closest you’ll get. Fingers crossed it works a bit better at release though.Planet Zoo – November 5
Sure, you could just let the lions loose on your unsuspecting customers—and I suspect plenty of you will. Planet Zoo looks like a fantastic simulation as well though, forcing prospective park designers to carefully weigh space allotments, terrain, entertainment for the animals, food prep, and more. I can’t wait to sink time into it, and I’m even more excited to see what happens when the Steam Workshop starts filling out.Jedi: Fallen Order – November 15
Respawn’s Jedi: Fallen Order had one of the worst demos at E3. Slow and uninspired, it looked like another mediocre Star Wars game in the Force Unleashed mold.Doom Eternal – November 22
The last major release of 2023 is also maybe the best way to end 2023. Doom Eternal promises to be more Doom and…that’s about it.
And that’s enough, yeah? Doom Eternal doubles down on the resource management of the original, rewarding aggression with more health and more ammo, a vicious circle that made its predecessor incredibly satisfying to play. After a few years off, I’m excited to get back to demon-slaying.
I’m also surprisingly interested in seeing where the story goes as well. 2023’s Doom was mostly dumb, but its satire of corporate politicking had hidden depths if you chose to pause the action and go looking for them. It was a refreshing tonal shift after the ultra-grim vibe of Doom 3, and I’m curious where it goes from here, even if it’s not the main draw.
Popular messaging apps are a great way for businesses to talk to their customers one-on-one and provide fast customer service.
Want to slide into your customer’s DMs? There’s an app for that.
Social messaging apps are now essential communication tools. And not just for individual social media users — for brands, too.
Social media is a great way to get your message out onto the sweet, sweet worldwide web, but if you’re looking for a more intimate connection with your fans and followers — and a way to offer best-in-class social media customer service — it’s time to get acquainted with the most popular messaging apps.
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Social messaging apps are programs on your phone or computer that allow you to chat privately with one or many other users. Many include video chat.
Unlike SMS and text messages, you are connected via the internet, not through phone reception. As long as you’ve got delicious WiFi or 3G access on tap, you can message to your heart’s desire.
Social messaging apps are often connected to social media platforms so that you can send messages to other social media users. For instance, Messenger is a social messaging app that is tied to Facebook — if someone is asking for customer service help on a Facebook post on your Business Page, you can take the conversation out of the public eye and into a private conversation on Messenger to resolve.
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In 2023, there are almost too many ways to get in touch with someone. (Thank goodness it’s no longer possible to Poke someone on Facebook or we’d be downright overwhelmed.)
The good news is it’s not necessary to be on every social messaging app. Instead, think about what your specific target market uses most and focus your attention there. But it’s good practice for social media marketers to understand the full landscape of options, so here’s a breakdown of the nine most popular social messaging apps for 2023.WhatsApp
WhatsApp is the most-used social messaging app in the world, with more than 2 billion global users. It’s a great way to reach a huge swath of people and use conversation to deliver personal experiences—hopefully speeding up the buyer journey along the way.
With WhatsApp, you can use chatbots to answer customer FAQs, set up automated push notifications, or respond personally to questions to create an intimate shopping experience.
WhatsApp may be the most popular app in the world, but it does have a smaller reach in certain regions. Before you go all-in on a WhatsApp experience, make sure it’s a good fit for your own customer base. Check out some fascinating stats about WhatsApp here.Messenger
Messenger has a huge reach in the U.S. and Canada, so if the North American market is important to your business, Messenger may be the best social messaging app for you. (Though that’s not to say global brands can’t benefit: over 1.3 billion users around use Messenger to stay connected with friends and family — and businesses.)
Messenger can be set up with conversational chatbots. Facebook’s Shopping feature can be integrated into Messenger too, allowing users to complete a purchase directly in the chat.
Another cool feature of Messenger is that your response time is showcased right on your Facebook Business page, so consumers know exactly what level of customer service to expect. Explore Facebook Messenger stats here.WeChat
WeChat is the super-star of China’s app world. It has more than one billion users and is used by 78% of 16 to 64-year-olds in the country. It features thousands and thousands of add-on programs and features within it. The company has tried to launch the platform outside of China but hasn’t got much traction.
If China is a big part of your target market, WeChat is a must for your business.
WeChat is also used as a payment tool, making it a natural fit for conversational commerce. Businesses can market on WeChat either by requesting an Official Account or partnering with third parties.
If you have an Official Account, you can create content on WeChat and directly interact with and sell to your followers and customers.
Over 100 countries (including Canada) can now apply for an Official Account, even if they don’t hold a Chinese Business License.
Learn more about using WeChat for business here.QQ
QQ is another messaging app primarily used in China, though it almost seems tiny compared to WeChat, with a mere 574 million users. (The two are owned by the same parent company, Tencent.)
It’s more popular with a younger demographic, so if Gen Z is of interest to your brand, this may be a social messaging tool to explore. QQ also features games and blog services.Snapchat
As of 2023, Snapchat is still one of the top 15 most-used social media platforms in the world. Though most famous for its disappearing videos and photos, U.S. businesses can use Snap as a text-based chat tool as well… and one that will connect you directly to a prime audience of Gen Z shoppers.
Snapchatters can swipe up on a story to visit a business’s website or download an app, or they can also swipe up to call or text the business from their mobile device.
Users are 60% more likely to make an impulse purchase on this platform, so this seems like a pretty great spot to have a conversation. Snap’s new desktop feature makes it possible to manage your chats from your computer, not just your phone.
New to Snapchat? Dive into our Snapchat beginners’ guide here.Google Business Messaging
Google My Business Messaging is a free messenger tool that helps customers get in touch with you in real-time, straight from your Google Business Profile listing.
The pro? Potential customers can chat with you right from your Google Maps or Google Search listing. The cons? This isn’t a tool they’re necessarily using to contact their family and friends, so the usage isn’t exactly as familiar and comfortable as using a more common app.
Still, it probably can’t hurt to set up Google My Business Messaging. Messages can come right to your phone or desktop so you can easily respond to queries wherever you are.
More on setting up your Google Business Profile here.Instagram DMs
Instagram is a photo- and video-sharing app on the surface, but it’s also emerged as an extremely popular chat tool, too. Businesses that have a presence on this app — which, by the way, boasts 1.22 billion global users — are likely going to have more than a few followers sliding into their DMs. So you may as well prepare a customer service strategy for dealing with them.
Forty-four percent of Instagram users shop on the app weekly, so that’s a great reason to want to make yourself available for chit-chat. Instagram also has helpful quick-reply tools that make it simple to address frequently asked questions.
Messages on Instagram can be text-based or photos and videos (which can include effects and captions).
For brands and creators, sending direct messages can be a good way to build personal relationships with followers, reach out to potential partners, or provide support to customers with questions or feedback.Line
Line is a popular social messaging app in Japan (92 million users live there, out of a total of 178 million worldwide), that also offers far more than just a chat function. With the app, you can send money to friends, shop online, stream music, or order a taxi — a super-app, much like China’s WeChat.
Line features a timeline and homepage, similar to Facebook or Instagram, allowing users to follow the posts of their friends and brands. “Official Channels” are where companies can share updates with followers.
Line users can create group chats with up to 500 people and also create bulletin boards for discussion, making it a great app for brands to connect with relevant communities and fandoms.
One of Line’s most unique features is the popularity of stickers. Digital illustrations are often sent back and forth via chat and happen to be a huge revenue stream for Line. Brands interested in being on Line might want to consider releasing their own sticker pack, or at least learning how users frequently put gifs stickers to use.Viber
There are 70 million interactions on Viber every hour and users in 190-plus countries. So if you haven’t heard of Viber yet, it might be time to listen up.
Viber also allows businesses to segment existing and prospective customers to be more specific with messaging. Purchases can be made directly on Viber as well.Why use social messaging apps for your business?
Okay, you know what a social messaging app is. You know which social messaging apps are pop-u-lar. But if you’re going to commit to using social messaging apps for your business, you probably want to know the why.
We gotchu: here are the reasons your brand may want to embrace social messaging.Customers are already on these social messaging apps
If you want to have a conversation with someone, you need to be where they are. You can’t chat up that cutie at the cocktail party if she’s hanging in the kitchen and you’ve gotten yourself trapped in the ensuite (again), right?
A predicted 3.51 billion people worldwide will be using messaging apps in 2025 — WhatsApp alone already has more than two billion of those active users.
Social messaging apps are what everyday people are using to message their friends and families. Why not make their lives a little easier and be available there, too?It’s a speedy way to offer service
Ninety percent of consumers say that speedy resolution is the most important thing in a positive customer service experience. But if you’re understaffed or overwhelmed by messages, it may actually be a struggle to keep up with the speed social media users expect from chat apps — because those messages are coming in fast and furious. For instance, on Facebook Messenger, 20 billion messages are exchanged between customers and businesses every single month.
Tech like conversational chatbots can step in to fill that gap and field common questions, so you can save the (hu)man power for tackling more intricate customer service issues. More about the benefits of chatbots here.Tap into the power of conversational commerce
Having an actual conversation with someone is a classic IRL sales tool — ‘conversational commerce’ is the digital equivalent.
Conversational commerce refers to the sweet spot between shopping and messaging apps. Consumers can use social messaging tools to get recommendations, ask questions, get support, and chat with company reps.
They might be messaging with a real human being or a conversational AI chatbot, but either way, it’s a new way of shopping that’s extremely lucrative for businesses. Global spending via conversational commerce channels is predicted to reach $290 billion in the next two years.
If your brand wants a piece of that pie, it’s time to enter the chat.Connect with customers — and critics — one on one
Running a business with an online presence means that you have a potentially global reach… which also can make it tricky to have a personal conversation in the same way you could in a brick-and-mortar shop or even over the phone.
The rise of social messaging apps has given brands a direct line to every single far-flung follower.
This offers an amazing opportunity to build intimacy and loyalty with special customers, brand ambassadors, or potential partners… and a chance to connect directly with your critics to diffuse tense situations outside of the public eye.
If you’re facing a social media crisis or have an upset customer blasting all your posts, social messaging tools can help you reach out directly in hopes of turning a tantrum into a conversation.An app for all your social media messages in one place
Okay, you’ve digested all this delicious information, and you’re ready to dive into using social messaging apps for your brand.
Pro tip: Juggling multiple conversations across multiple platforms managed by multiple people and teams is hard. You’re going to want a unified social inbox to keep everything neat, tidy, and easy.
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WhatsApp is the most popular global messenger app. In January 2023, WhatsApp had 2 billion monthly active users. WeChat is in distant second place, with just 1.2 billion monthly active users; Facebook Messenger rolls in to snag third place with 988 million.
Source: StatistaWhich is the No. 1 chatting app?
WhatsApp is the number one most popular chatting app in the world, according to Statista research. With 2 billion monthly active users, it’s the most-used social messaging app across the globe.
That being said, different regions of the world tend to prefer different apps. For instance, in China, WeChat dominates the market, while the social messaging tool LINE is popular in countries like Japan and Taiwan.What do Americans use instead of WhatsApp?
Facebook Messenger is the most-used social messaging app in the U.S., with 52% of the messaging app market share. WhatsApp is the second-most popular social messaging app in the country, used by 26% of American chatters.
Source: StatistaWhich messaging app is used in Canada?
The most popular messaging app in Canada is Facebook Messenger. Seven out of 10 Canadians use Facebook itself, and 62% of those users are also on the Messenger app.
Find more global statistics about Facebook Messenger here.
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If you are looking to invest in the10 Most Profitable Cryptocurrencies of September Bitcoin
Despite facing many back-to-back hits, bitcoin still rallies at a remarkable price and stays at the top of the list. The framework of bitcoin first came out in 2008 through Bitcoin White Paper, which was written by Satoshi Nakamoto, an anonymous person. Later, a team worked on the blockchain network and unleashed the first bitcoin in 2009. Besides becoming the first cryptocurrency that survived the cold wind of investors, bitcoin has a long history of other struggles that it conquered on its way. The recent one is bitcoin mining’s impact on the global ecosystem. China has banned bitcoin mining owing to the extreme consumption of electricity and Elon Musk also showed the red flag to accepting bitcoin payments due to the same. However, despite experiencing a brief price fall, bitcoin is now back on track.Ethereum
People who know the digital currency market well choose ethereum over bitcoin because it is more than just a cryptocurrency, it is a network. Ethereum allows developers to create their own cryptocurrency with the help of ethereum network and also provides easy transaction options. Although ethereum is far behind Bitcoin in market capitalization, experts predict an approaching wave of ethereum adoption, which could push down the top cryptocurrency.Dogecoin
Dogecoin started as a joke over the internet featuring a Shina Inu dog. Over the popularity of the meme, a group of people created the Dogecoin cryptocurrency. However, it is not a laughing stock anymore. Unlike other cryptocurrencies, Dogecoin has its own set of star people like Elon Musk and Mark Cuban who hype the digital token. Musk has once called Dogecoin one of the ‘three meaningful assets’ he owns besides his company.Binance Coin
Initially developed over the ethereum-based token, Binance Coin later moved to its won blockchain network. Binance Coin was the first cryptocurrency to transact solely with other cryptocurrencies and not with fiat money. Launched in 2023, Binance Coin is placed as the fifth biggest cryptocurrency by market capitalization.Ripple
Ripple company developed XRP as a real-time gross settlement system (RTGS). Created in 2012, XRP offers a way to pay in many different real-world currencies. It can also be useful in cross-border transactions and uses a trust-less mechanism to facilitate payments. Unlike other cryptocurrencies that don’t have a central authority to monitor the price, XRP has its parent company, which owns over half of the total XRP available.Tether
Launched in 2014, the tether is the first stablecoin that introduced the concept of less volatility in the digital currency sphere. Although many investors are after the most profitable cryptocurrencies that pump up their investment in a brief period, some prefer long-term investments that take slow, yet, steady growth. Tether is pegged to the US dollar, making it the third-strongest and one of the most valued cryptocurrencies.Bitcoin Cash
The core motto of bitcoin cash is to make transactions easy and quick. Although bitcoin is the gold of the digital currency sphere, it is not practically quick when it comes to delivering day-to-day payments. In 2023, bitcoin took four days to process a payment unless a fee is paid. Crypto investors can’t wait that long or pay an extra fee for small transactions. Therefore, they opted for a rapid mode called Bitcoin Cash.Litecoin USD Coin
USD Coin is another famous stablecoin that is backed by the US dollar. The blockchain pattern of USD Coin is very similar to that of ethereum, stellar, algorand, and Solana. Launched in 2023, USD Coin made it to the top 10 cryptocurrency list real quick with its stable investment feature. It is managed by a consortium called Centre that was founded by Circle and other members of Coinbase, a cryptocurrency exchange, and Bitmain, a bitcoin mining company.Polkadot
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We use smartphones for a lot of things. We listen to music, play games, watch videos, and talk to one another on social media. Another use of smartphones is to make our lives easier. Thankfully, there are plenty of apps that can do just that. You carry this thing on you all the time, so why not let it make your life easier? The tools listed below should make your life easier in a variety of specific ways. This is a hard list for a new app to crack, so it may be a while before any new apps get listed here. Here are the most useful apps for Android!
The most useful Android apps
Price: Free / Up to $52.99 per month
Adobe has some of the most useful apps out there. Their apps generally range from photo editing to utility and include apps like Adobe Acrobat (PDF reader), Adobe Lightroom and Photo Express (photo editing), Illustrator Draw (drawing), Scan (document scanner), Premiere Clip (video editing), and many, many others. Many of these apps fill niches that other third-party apps simply don’t. In addition, they are all good enough to hold spots on our lists for all of those things. All of them are free to download. Some of them may require an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription to get all of the features, though.AirDroid CamScanner IFTTT Google Assistant / Google Search Google Drive suite Google Translate LastPass Password Manager
Price: Free / $2-$4 per month
LastPass is a password manager app. There are many of these in Google Play and most of them work fairly well. However, we like LastPass because it stays current with Android updates and also has a second authenticator app for additional security. The app generates passwords, saves your passwords to various sites, and helps you log in quickly when you need to. It adds a layer of security to your life. The subscription costs are also quite reasonable. There are other really good password manager apps as well. However, we like that LastPass is always among the first to integrate new Android features quickly so it gets the spot for now.Microsoft Apps Reddit Solid Explorer
Price: Free trial / $1.99
Solid Explorer is a file manager and browser that does a great job. It’s built around Material Design and that makes the app very easy to use. On top of the usual file browsing, you’ll also have the option to access your cloud storage services if you use them. On top of that, you’ll be able to access FTP, SFTP, WebDav, and SMB/CIFS clients. There is even root access if you need that. It’s a powerful app that is also simple to use. You’ll have to pay for it after the 14-day trial, but everyone needs a file manager and this one is a good one.Tasker TickTick WiFi Analyzer
WiFi Analyzer is an open-source WiFi analyzer. It lets you see your WiFi connection as well as other connections in the general area. There are a number of reasons why you’d need something like this. You can see if your WiFi is sharing a channel with other WiFi networks (which can affect connectivity and speed). You can also identify nearby WiFi networks, graph signal strength, and other activities. This can help diagnose WiFi problems in the event you have issues. This is especially useful for those who stream live TV or use live stream gaming services like Google Stadia.YouTube
Price: Free / $12.99 per month
Investing in these cryptocurrencies is going to be profitable for you in October 2023.
The cryptocurrency industry is still in its early stages and crypto-assets are subject to massive market volatility. When the prices increase, investors are attracted to the industry and with market crashes, they incur heavy losses. But there are certain strategies that experienced investors use to make money with cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency trading is the most popular method to make money but there is a lot of volatility which makes it highly risky. But owing to the market’s immense growth potential, there are other effective strategies to make profits with cryptocurrency. Here is the list of the most profitable cryptocurrencies you can invest in in October 2023.Bitcoin (BTC)
Market cap: Over US$821 billion Created in 2009 by someone under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin (BTC) is the original cryptocurrency. As with most cryptocurrencies, BTC runs on a blockchain, or a ledger logging transaction distributed across a network of thousands of computers. Because additions to the distributed ledgers must be verified by solving a cryptographic puzzle, a process called proof of work, Bitcoin is kept secure and safe from fraudsters. Bitcoin’s price has skyrocketed as it’s become a household name. Five years ago, you could buy Bitcoin for about $500. As of Sept. 30, 2023, a single Bitcoin’s price was over $43,000. That’s the growth of about 8,600%.Ethereum (ETH)
Market cap: Over US$353 billion Both a cryptocurrency and a blockchain platform, Ethereum is a favorite of program developers because of its potential applications, like so-called smart contracts that automatically execute when conditions are met and non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Ethereum has also experienced tremendous growth. In just five years, its price went from about US$11 to almost US$3,000, increasingly more than 27,000%.Tether (USDT)
Market cap: Over $68 billion Unlike some other forms of cryptocurrency, Tether is a stablecoin, meaning it’s backed by fiat currencies like U.S. dollars and the Euro and hypothetically keeps a value equal to one of those denominations. In theory, this means Tether’s value is supposed to be more consistent than other cryptocurrencies, and it’s favored by investors who are wary of the extreme volatility of other coins.Cardano (ADA)
Market cap: Over $67 billion Somewhat later to the crypto scene, Cardano is notable for its early embrace of proof-of-stake validation. This method expedites transaction time and decreases energy usage and environmental impact by removing the competitive, problem-solving aspect of transaction verification present in platforms like Bitcoin. Cardano also works like Ethereum to enable smart contracts and decentralized applications, which are powered by ADA, its native coin. Cardano’s ADA token has had relatively modest growth compared to other major crypto coins. In 2023, ADA’s price was US$0.02. As of Sept. 30, 2023, its price was at US$2.10. This is an increase of over 10,500%.Binance Coin (BNB)
Market cap: Over US$64 billion The Binance Coin is a form of cryptocurrency that you can use to trade and pay fees on Binance, one of the largest crypto exchanges in the world. Since its launch in 2023, Binance Coin has expanded past merely facilitating trades on Binance’s exchange platform. Now, it can be used for trading, payment processing, or even booking travel arrangements. It can also be traded or exchanged for other forms of cryptocurrency, such as Ethereum or Bitcoin. Its price in 2023 was just $0.10; by Sept. 30, 2023, it had risen to over US$382, a gain of more than 382,000%.XRP (XRP)
Market cap: Over US$44 billion Created by some of the same founders as Ripple, a digital technology and payment processing company, XRP can be used on that network to facilitate exchanges of different currency types, including fiat currencies and other major cryptocurrencies. At the beginning of 2023, the price of XRP was US$0.006. As of Sept. 30, 2023, its price reached US$0.94, equal to a rise of over 15,700%.Solana (SOL)
Market cap: Over US$41 billion Developed to help power decentralized finance (DeFi) uses, decentralized apps (DApps), and smart contracts, Solana runs on a unique hybrid proof-of-stake and proof-of-history mechanisms that help it process transactions quickly and securely. SOL, Solana’s native token, powers the platform. Launched in 2023, SOL’s price started at $0.77. By August 2023, its price was almost US$140, a gain of about 18,000%.USD Coin (USDC)
Market cap: Over US$31 billion Like Tether, USD Coin (USDC) is a stablecoin, meaning it’s backed by U.S. dollars and aims for a 1 USD to 1 USDC ratio. USDC is powered by Ethereum, and you can use USD Coin to complete global transactions.Polkadot (DOT)
Market cap: Over US$28 billion Cryptocurrencies may use any number of blockchains; Polkadot (and its namesake crypto) aims to integrate them by creating a cryptocurrency network that connects the various blockchains so they can work together. This integration may change how cryptocurrencies are managed and have spurred impressive growth since Polkadot’s launch in 2023. Between September 2023 and Sept. 30, 2023, its price grew 872%, from US$2.93 to US$25.61.Dogecoin (DOGE)
Market cap: Over US$26 billion
The cryptocurrency industry is still in its early stages and crypto-assets are subject to massive market volatility. When the prices increase, investors are attracted to the industry and with market crashes, they incur heavy losses. But there are certain strategies that experienced investors use to make money with cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency trading is the most popular method to make money but there is a lot of volatility which makes it highly risky. But owing to the market’s immense growth potential, there are other effective strategies to make profits with cryptocurrency. Here is the list of the most profitable cryptocurrencies you can invest in in October 2023.Created in 2009 by someone under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin (BTC) is the original cryptocurrency. As with most cryptocurrencies, BTC runs on a blockchain, or a ledger logging transaction distributed across a network of thousands of computers. Because additions to the distributed ledgers must be verified by solving a cryptographic puzzle, a process called proof of work, Bitcoin is kept secure and safe from fraudsters. Bitcoin’s price has skyrocketed as it’s become a household name. Five years ago, you could buy Bitcoin for about $500. As of Sept. 30, 2023, a single Bitcoin’s price was over $43,000. That’s the growth of about 8,600%.Both a cryptocurrency and a blockchain platform, Ethereum is a favorite of program developers because of its potential applications, like so-called smart contracts that automatically execute when conditions are met and non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Ethereum has also experienced tremendous growth. In just five years, its price went from about US$11 to almost US$3,000, increasingly more than 27,000%.Unlike some other forms of cryptocurrency, Tether is a stablecoin, meaning it’s backed by fiat currencies like U.S. dollars and the Euro and hypothetically keeps a value equal to one of those denominations. In theory, this means Tether’s value is supposed to be more consistent than other cryptocurrencies, and it’s favored by investors who are wary of the extreme volatility of other coins.Somewhat later to the crypto scene, Cardano is notable for its early embrace of proof-of-stake validation. This method expedites transaction time and decreases energy usage and environmental impact by removing the competitive, problem-solving aspect of transaction verification present in platforms like Bitcoin. Cardano also works like Ethereum to enable smart contracts and decentralized applications, which are powered by ADA, its native coin. Cardano’s ADA token has had relatively modest growth compared to other major crypto coins. In 2023, ADA’s price was US$0.02. As of Sept. 30, 2023, its price was at US$2.10. This is an increase of over 10,500%.The Binance Coin is a form of cryptocurrency that you can use to trade and pay fees on Binance, one of the largest crypto exchanges in the world. Since its launch in 2023, Binance Coin has expanded past merely facilitating trades on Binance’s exchange platform. Now, it can be used for trading, payment processing, or even booking travel arrangements. It can also be traded or exchanged for other forms of cryptocurrency, such as Ethereum or Bitcoin. Its price in 2023 was just $0.10; by Sept. 30, 2023, it had risen to over US$382, a gain of more than 382,000%.Created by some of the same founders as Ripple, a digital technology and payment processing company, XRP can be used on that network to facilitate exchanges of different currency types, including fiat currencies and other major cryptocurrencies. At the beginning of 2023, the price of XRP was US$0.006. As of Sept. 30, 2023, its price reached US$0.94, equal to a rise of over 15,700%.Developed to help power decentralized finance (DeFi) uses, decentralized apps (DApps), and smart contracts, Solana runs on a unique hybrid proof-of-stake and proof-of-history mechanisms that help it process transactions quickly and securely. SOL, Solana’s native token, powers the platform. Launched in 2023, SOL’s price started at $0.77. By August 2023, its price was almost US$140, a gain of about 18,000%.Like Tether, USD Coin (USDC) is a stablecoin, meaning it’s backed by U.S. dollars and aims for a 1 USD to 1 USDC ratio. USDC is powered by Ethereum, and you can use USD Coin to complete global transactions.Cryptocurrencies may use any number of blockchains; Polkadot (and its namesake crypto) aims to integrate them by creating a cryptocurrency network that connects the various blockchains so they can work together. This integration may change how cryptocurrencies are managed and have spurred impressive growth since Polkadot’s launch in 2023. Between September 2023 and Sept. 30, 2023, its price grew 872%, from US$2.93 to US$25.61.Dogecoin has been a hot topic thanks to celebrities and billionaires like Elon Musk. Famously started as a joke in 2013, Dogecoin rapidly became a prominent cryptocurrency option, thanks to a dedicated community and creative memes. Unlike many other cryptos, such as Bitcoin, there is no limit on the number of Dogecoins that can be created, which leaves the currency susceptible to devaluation as supply increases. Dogecoin’s price in 2023 was US$0.0002. By Sept. 30, 2023, its price was at US$0.20—a 101,800% increase.
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