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What are the Altcoin Projects Mentioned by Vitalik Buterin? Here’s What Buterin Announced His Support

source-logo  en.bitcoinsistemi.com 09 February 2024 10:20, UTC

Vitalik Buterin, one of the most influential leaders in the cryptocurrency world, has been on the agenda lately by talking about a number of important projects. Here's a summary of the major projects he highlights:


Powered by a16z, Coinbase, and Multicoin, Farcaster has seen rapid daily active user growth and positive reviews for its recently released Frames feature. Although it does not yet have a token, anticipation of an airdrop has led to a significant increase in the price of related NFTs.

Bittensor (TAO)

Bittensor (TAO), powered by Polychain, was introduced by Vitalik as a good example of the AI category. Although it is not yet listed on a major exchange, its market cap ranking is in the 200s and has been reaching all-time highs since Vitalik mentioned it.

Ethereum Name Service (ENS)

Vitalik emphasized that layer 2 chains need to run on CCIP (Oracle), specifically ENS needs to run on layer 2 to be able to read subdomains. He also emphasized the importance and affordability of ENS, which led to ENS gaining up to 40%~70% in value the day he mentioned it. Since then, ENS has risen from $10 to $20.

Starknet (STRK)

Starknet (STRK), which is backed by Paradigm, Coinbase, and Sequoia, and is also invested in by the Ethereum Foundation and Vitalik, is likely to be subject to active promotion by Vitalik, given its history. Airdrop is imminent and is expected to happen after launch.


Scroll, supported by Polychain, caused great excitement after Vitalik mentioned it. Although the token airdrop has been confirmed, there is no release date yet.

Kakarot zkEVM

Kakarot zkEVM, powered by Vitalik, Starkware and OKX, is gearing up for a Testnet Launch and has opened its own Discord.


taiko’nun Katla testneti yayında, bu da birinci çeyrekte yapılması planlanan ana ağ lansmanından önceki son testnet olacak.

*This is not investment advice.