Fetch.AI (FET), one of the oldest and most prominent AI cryptocurrencies, is experiencing an impressive surge.
Amid a flurry of announcements regarding technological releases and significant community achievements, the AI token FET has emerged as the standout performer in the mid-cap altcoin category. Once again, AI cryptocurrencies are demonstrating their dominance over competing categories.
Over the past seven days, the price of FET, the native cryptocurrency of the AI-powered decentralized applications platform Fetch.AI, has surged by nearly 55%. At the time of writing, it has risen from $0.22 to $0.35 on major spot exchanges. FET is on the cusp of breaking into the top 100 tokens by market capitalization and establishing itself as one of the top five AI cryptocurrencies.
In recent days, Fetch.AI (FET) introduced DeltaV, a search-based AI chat interface that allows for natural language conversations and the independent management of tasks for users. DeltaV relies on various Fetch.AI (FET) developments, including the AI Engine, AI Agents, and the Agentverse platform. The early access subscription campaign garnered participation from AI enthusiasts worldwide.
Furthermore, the Fetch.AI (FET) team collaborated with Techfest, Asia’s largest science and technology festival hosted by the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, to organize the HackAI hackathon. As reported by U.Today earlier, the FET cryptocurrency’s rally coincided with a substantial increase in liquidity. This surge in trading volume enabled the FET price to establish key technical analysis levels.
Notably, the Fetch.AI (FET) team relocated all of its cryptocurrency operations to Dubai, UAE, which is among the most influential cryptocurrency hubs globally.
Other leading AI cryptocurrencies are also performing well. AGIX by SingularityNET experienced a 31.54% increase, while Injective (INJ) witnessed a notable 48.06% rally. According to CoinMarketCap data, the aggregate market capitalization of the AI cryptocurrency segment increased by 4% in the last 24 hours, surpassing $6 billion. In the same timeframe, the rest of the cryptocurrency markets experienced a 0.2% decline in capitalization.