Today, we are glad to announce that 19 more tokens are supported in the hi App, which adds up to a total of 39 cryptocurrencies supported in the platform.
HI, AAVE, ADA, ALGO, AVAX, BNB, BTC, BUSD, CAKE, CHZ, COMP, CRV, DAI, DOGE, ENJ, ETH, FIL, FTM, GRT, KSM, LTC, MANA, MKR, NEAR, QNT, SOL, TRX, TUSD, UNI, USDC, USDT, XRP, XTZ, ZIL
Your functional & user-friendly wallet
hi is set to offer an unparalleled user experience of crypto & fiat wallet for its members to buy, send, store, and swap crypto assets simply and securely. Thanks to the platform’s secure multi-chain wallet, members can manage their digital assets from any supported protocol easily, in a protected way.
Simply go to the Wallet page, and you can deposit, withdraw, send, or generate CashHash for 39 choices of cryptocurrencies using the hi App.
The 19 newly supported tokens
Among the newly supported tokens, 12 of them are built on the BSC chain, 6 on the ETH chain, and 1 on the ALGO chain.
Members can now manage their savings in these 19 tokens or transfer them by using the hi App:
Deposit | Withdraw | Send | CashHash
PancakeSwap is one of the most active DeFi ecosystems. As an automated market maker and a decentralized exchange, it allows users to swap BEP20 tokens on Binance Smart Chain, as well as provide liquidity via farming and earn fees in return. Its token CAKE incentivizes the liquidity provision to the PancakeSwap platform. CAKE can also be used to enter a lottery on PancakeSwap.
You can check the latest price of CAKE on CoinMarketCap here.
Uniswap is one of the most popular decentralized trading protocols. It is known for its role in facilitating the automated transactions of DeFi tokens. Its governance token (UNI) aims to enable community ownership and active stewardship of the Protocol. UNI holders govern the Protocol through an on-chain governance process.
You can check the latest price of UNI on CoinMarketCap here.
Filecoin is a decentralized storage system that aims to store humanity’s most important information. It leverages its decentralized nature to protect the integrity of a data’s location, which makes it easily retrievable and hard to censor. The network is secured through proof-of-replication and proof-of-spacetime. Storage miners are rewarded with native token FIL by clients as deal fees.
You can check the latest price of FIL on CoinMarketCap here.
The Maker ecosystem is one of the earliest projects on the DeFi scene. MKR is the governance token of the MakerDAO and Maker Protocol based on the Ethereum blockchain. MKR holders have the right to vote on a number of changes to the Maker Protocol. Uniquely, MKR allows its holders to directly participate in the process of governing DAI, one of the most popular stablecoins.
You can check the latest price of MKR on CoinMarketCap here.
Aave is a decentralized and open-source finance protocol that allows people to lend and borrow crypto. Served as a governance token, AAVE gives owners a say in the future development of the protocol, and also provides its holders with discounted fees on the platform. AAVE are built based on the ERC-20 standard, and are designed to be deflationary.
You can check the latest price of AAVE on CoinMarketCap here.
Compound is a DeFi lending protocol that allows users to earn interest on their cryptocurrencies by depositing them into one of several pools supported by the platform. COMP is the platform’s native governance token. Holders of COMP can propose changes to the protocol, debate and vote on whether to implement changes suggested by others.
You can check the latest price of COMP on CoinMarketCap here.
Kusama is built on a multichain, heterogeneously-sharded design that uses a nominated proof-of-stake consensus system. The platform is designed to provide a testbed for developers and can serve as a preparatory network before launching on Polkadot. KSM is used to validate the network, nominate validators, bond parachains or parathreads, and vote on governance referenda.
You can check the latest price of KSM on CoinMarketCap here.
Tezos is an open-source platform for assets and applications that can evolve by upgrading itself. XTZ holders can vote on proposals for protocol upgrades that have been put forward by Tezos developers. Distinctively, Tezos has a unique staking process – participants get involved with the network’s governance through “baking” – the act of signing and publishing blocks to the Tezos blockchain.
You can check the latest price of XTZ on CoinMarketCap here.
Zilliqa is a public, permissionless blockchain that is designed to offer high throughput with the ability to complete thousands of transactions per second. The network is secured through a practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance, or pBFT, consensus protocol. ZIL is the native token of the blockchain built to enable and scale decentralized apps, from financial services to NFT marketplaces.
You can check the latest price of ZIL on CoinMarketCap here.
NEAR Protocol is a layer-one blockchain that was designed as a community-run cloud computing platform. It uses a variation of the proof-of-stake consensus mechanism called Doomslug. The NEAR token is used for fees for processing transactions and storing data, running validator nodes on the network via staking, and governance votes to determine how network resources are allocated.
You can check the latest price of NEAR on CoinMarketCap here.
Fantom is an open-source decentralized smart contract platform for DApps and digital assets, and was created as an alternative to Ethereum. It is a Layer-1 blockchain that uses Lachesis to facilitate DeFi and related services on the basis of smart contracts. FTM, its in-house Proof-of-Stake token, forms the backbone of transactions and allows fee collection and staking activities.
You can check the latest price of FTM on CoinMarketCap here.
TRON is a decentralized blockchain-based operating system developed by the Tron Foundation and launched in 2017. TRX is the basic unit of accounts on the TRON blockchain, as well as a natural medium currency for all TRC-based tokens. The data hosted on the TRON network is free with no central authority, while content creators receive TRX as a reward for their intellectual labor.
You can check the latest price of TRX on CoinMarketCap here.
Chiliz operates the blockchain-based sports entertainment platform Socios, which enables users to participate in the governance of their favorite sports brands. Its native token, CHZ, is used to purchase fan tokens and acts as the platform’s internal currency. Fans can then vote on Socios with their fan tokens, a process made possible using smart contracts.
You can check the latest price of CHZ on CoinMarketCap here.
The Graph is an indexing protocol for querying data for networks like Ethereum and IPFS, powering many applications in both DeFi and the broader Web3 ecosystem. To ensure the economic security of the network and the integrity of data being queried, participants use GRT, a work token locked up by Indexers, Curators, and Delegators to provide indexing and curating services to the network.
You can check the latest price of GRT on CoinMarketCap here.
Curve is a decentralized exchange for stablecoins that uses an automated market maker to manage liquidity. It caters to various DeFi activities such as yield farming, liquidity mining, and maximizing returns without risk by holding notionally non-volatile stablecoins. Its in-house token, CRV, is used for governance as it is awarded to users based on liquidity commitment and length of ownership.
You can check the latest price of CRV on CoinMarketCap here.
Decentraland is the first fully decentralized, Ethereum-based virtual world that is built, governed, and owned by its users. MANA is an ERC-20 token that must be burned to acquire non-fungible ERC-721 LAND tokens. MANA tokens can also be used to pay for a range of avatars, wearables, names, and more on the Decentraland marketplace.
You can check the latest price of MANA on CoinMarketCap here.
Enjin provides an ecosystem of interconnected, blockchain-based gaming products and allows game developers to tokenize in-game items on the Ethereum blockchain. ENJ is a digital store of value used to back the value of blockchain assets like non-fungible tokens. Every asset minted with the Enjin Platform contains ENJ, a minting resource that is locked inside NFTs and removed from circulation.
You can check the latest price of ENJ on CoinMarketCap here.
Quant aims to connect blockchains and networks on a global scale, without reducing the efficiency and interoperability of the network. Its operating system – Overledger – was designed to act as a gateway for any blockchain-based project to access all other blockchains. For developers to build a multi-chain application (MApp) on the network, they must hold a certain amount of QNT.
You can check the latest price of QNT on CoinMarketCap here.
Algorand is a self-sustaining, decentralized, blockchain-based network that supports a wide range of applications. It is based on a permissionless pure proof-of-stake blockchain protocol. It was invented to speed up transactions and improve efficiency, in response to the slow transaction times of Bitcoin and other blockchains.
You can check the latest price of ALGO on CoinMarketCap here.
The list is ever-expanding… More tokens will be added support to the hi App. You can look forward to scrolling through a token list of 100+ cryptocurrencies at hi!
How to buy HI with crypto?
1. Go to the Trade page and select HI from the token list.
2. Click “Buy” and choose “Pay with Crypto”.
3. Select the currency and price rate you want to buy HI with to complete.
Head to your hi App to buy HI with your favorite Crypto: