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Highest Earning Cryptocurrencies of the Week (March 1 – March 7)

Highest Earning Cryptocurrencies of the Week (March 1 – March 7)

According to data, among the top 25 cryptocurrencies in terms of market capitalization, the top-earning cryptocurrency of the week was Uniswap (UNI) with a gain of 50.85% .The leading DeFi platform was down to $ 21 with a sharp market drop. In the last 7 days, UNI has almost completely recovered its losses, with today’s 12% rise.

UNI is trading at $ 31.25 as of the time of publication.

2. VeChain (VET)

VeChain continues to rise. The leading altcoin has gained 49.31% this week, making it the second highest-earning cryptocurrency of the week.

VET increased by 7% in the last 24 hours and gained 101% in the last 30 days. VET is trading at $ 0.055 as of the time of publication.


THETA became the third highest-earning cryptocurrency this week, with a gain of 44.12%.

Altcoin, which has risen by 4% in the last 24 hours, has gained 97% in the last 30 days. THETA is trading at $ 4.19 as of the time of publication.

4. Aave (AAVE)

Aave, another leading DeFi platform, is the fourth highest-earning cryptocurrency this week. AAVE, which has gained up to 12% in the last 24 hours, also became the highest-earning crypto currency of the day. 

Altcoin, which reduced its 24-hour gain by up to 7% with the last pullback, has lost 15% in the last 30 days. AAVE is trading at $ 395 as of the time of broadcast.

5. Nem (VIEW)

The fifth highest-earning cryptocurrency this week was Nem (XEM), with 24.41% gain. XEM, which has a network update expected to happen soon, has seen a good rise in the past days.

Altcoin, which has decreased by 3% in the last 24 hours, has gained 172% in the last 30 days. XEM is trading at $ 0.719 as of the time of publication.

You can view the image below for other top-earning cryptocurrencies of the week.

Cryptocurrencies earning the most of the week 1 march 7 march 1

Samuel Hegi

Samuel Hegi , who first became acquainted with blockchain technology in 2014, is highly critical of blockchain technology. Samuel Hegi, a journalism graduate from the University of Brighton he is the editor-in-chief of the news portal. Blockchain is love.

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