Top Promising Coins That Will Go Live in the Next Few Months 


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In the realm of cryptocurrencies, many gravitate towards established tokens. However, as the market stands on the brink of increased crypto adoption, the spotlight is also on the up-and-coming projects that offer real utility, supported by seasoned teams. We’ve carefully selected five such gems, set to launch in the coming months, that merit your attention.


Not so long ago,, a renowned crypto-fiat service provider, pivoted towards the B2B sector and announced the merger with Vault, one-of-its-kind company delivering all-round white-label digital/crypto banking solutions to enterprises. This shift made perfect sense once it became clear that and Vault, both founded by the same team, would become parts of the broader ecosystem,, and CHO holders (CHO is the native token of would be given an opportunity to earn up to 20% of Vault’s revenue through staking. 

This is when the VLT token enters the picture. will use this brand-new asset for the distribution of Vault’s B2B revenue exclusively among CHO stakers and Choby NFT owners, who will acquire 20% to 150% worth of VLT. The logic is simple – the more CHO you stake, the more VLT tokens and the bigger Vault revenue share you get. Initially, VLT will not be tradable on secondary markets to ensure that CHO holders can benefit the most from’s expansion. However, the team has hinted that the token could be added to exchanges so that VLT owners could further earn on their holdings, provided that the community supports this initiative.

Besides increasing CHO staking, VLT will empower Vault’s B2B clients, too. Specifically, each of them will be able to pay 15% of the onboarding cost using VLT tokens. 

VLT is slated for launch within the next 30 to 60 days, and it will be interesting to see how the CHO price responds both to the announcement and the actual launch of the VLT token.


Umoja is a smart money DeFi protocol that promotes financial literacy and enables the automation of money-making strategies. To be able to automate strategies for end-users, Umoja uses tokenized assets known as Synths. For instance, a Synth can be integrated into a smart contract to increase returns by ensuring that generated yields are consistently reinvested, all while maintaining liquidity.

With the V1 release, Umoja will enable users to create or upgrade their digital assets, create Synths for various cryptocurrencies, access 20x leverage, and stake their USDC. The team has announced the release of their utility token, $UMJA, scheduled for the end of April. Although the idea behind these smart money tools is great, the products are aimed exclusively at retail investors, narrowing down the target audience and potentially impacting interest in the project and the $UMJA token.


Gondi promotes itself as the most capital-efficient protocol, with a primary focus on NFT lending. Through Gondi, users can borrow USDC or wrapped Ether (wETH) against their digital collectibles, lend and earn yield on wETH or USDC by providing loans against NFTs, and refinance loans. The release of Gondi V2 introduced a ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ (BNPL) feature, allowing users to purchase NFTs on major marketplaces by combining their wallet balance with a loan.

Gondi was launched in 2023 and has already submitted listings for their upcoming token to be used within the ecosystem. The project and its concept are undoubtedly innovative, however, a potential concern here is that the market’s enthusiasm for NFTs may not be as strong as it was in 2020, which could also affect the token’s performance once it goes live.


Superstate is a blockchain-based asset management firm that is all about developing regulated investment tokens and real-world asset tokenization. Currently, US-based institutional investors, such as venture capital funds, have limited opportunities to earn yields on their on-chain cash holdings and Superstate wants to give them an alternative through their USTB token. 

The company is thinking about tokenizing gold-targeting funds or funds such as Nasdaq but the exact strategy is yet to be announced, same as the official date of the USTB launch. The founder and CEO of the company, Robert Leshner, is working hard to spread the word about Superstate, and people are getting interested in what they have coming up. Yet, while the token appears promising, its appeal may primarily be to institutions and individuals based in the US.


LightLink is a blockchain network tailored for enterprises and dApps seeking to provide instant, gas-less transactions to their users. Gasless transactions are facilitated directly through the MetaMask wallet, where all the magic happens – developers from these enterprises and dApps pay a monthly subscription, while users of their products and services pay nothing. This B2B solution has already discounted over 10 million transactions. 

The launch of the LL token is scheduled for April 21st, and the token itself will be stakeable, offer fee discounts, serve as a medium of exchange, and come with governance rights. Considering the approaching token launch date, there’s notable interest, but there’s a slight concern that the existing community, excluding the entities using the service, may not receive any special rewards once the token is released.


The token space in crypto is pretty overcrowded. With over 13,000 existing tokens and hundreds more set to launch, finding the good ones is hard. However, these five that we’ve mentioned today seem quite promising, especially the upcoming VLT token. It not only comes with great utility but can also offer great earning potential for everyone who buys and stakes CHO at this moment. One thing is for sure – enthusiasm is building as CHO’s value climbs and investors await the arrival of VTL tokens via the new website with CHO/VLT staking functionalities.

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