|Cardano, TRX (aka TRON), Stellar Lumens, Verge, and IOTA.|
Since you mentioned TRX, I had composed a reply to caution you about it but somehow I forgot to post and now it's gone. Bottom line, be careful...TRX dumped 500 free coins (<$0.001 at the time) into my account early last Fall which I suspected was a scam promo tactic. Since they cost me nothing I held and watched it peak at 0.285 on Jan 5, sold at 0.14 ($70 free money) a few days later and now it's <$0.05. Here's another person's assessment on Reddit along with other questionable coins (note Cardano is one):
[–] arsonbunnyAnalyst 1078 points 14 hours ago
We really needed a correction sooner than later to shake some sense into people. Just look at what happened in the last few weeks:
Bitconnect, a literal Ponzi scheme, $2.5 Billion
Tron, literally scamcoin selling the idea of "Web 4.0" to normies on Twitter went to $17 billion
Cardano ballooned to $20 billion on just a whitepaper
Qtum, still no product yet, $4 billion
Dentacoin, literal Bulgarian Pajeetcoin for dentists, $2 billion
Bitcoin Gold, pointless fork of Bitcoin, $4.5 Billion
My aunt is was asking me about how to buy Ripple when she heard my sister tell her about my Bitcoin gains last year
This dumpster fire needs a good burning.
Be very careful with hearsay advice!