Currently, the ongoing bear market is less than 10 crypto-currencies with over $ 1 billion in market capitalization. According to Coinmarketcap, Bitcoin, with over $ 59 billion, the largest crypto currency by market capitalization, followed by Ripple and Ethereum, with $ 12 billion and $ 9 billion in market capitalization. The entire crypto market has been set up since the All-Time-Highs of the December 2017 and January 2018, through a sustained media frenzy and a series of good news, governments from all over the world, over 75% of its value is lost. Here are the nine crypto-currencies are ranked according to the size of the market capitalization, with a brief description.
- Bitcoin (BTC)
Bitcoin is a crypto currency, a Form of electronic money system. Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency without a Central Bank, which can be sent from user-to-user Peer-to-Peer Bitcoin network without an intermediate instance. Bitcoin is the most popular crypto-currency developed by an anonymous inventors known as Satoshi Nakamoto.
- Ripple (XRP)
Ripple is a real-time currency exchange and remittance network by Ripple Labs Inc. was founded company – a US-American technology. Ripple is known for the fact that it is one of the few crypto-currencies, which is supported around the world by many banks.
- Ethereum (ETH)
Ethereum is a digital platform, the Blockchain technology of Bitcoin in a more extended Form is used, a variety of other applications, such as Smart-Contracts ready to be able to. The crypto-currency, is based on the Ethereum network, is Ether. Ethereum was created in 2015 by Vitalik Buterin, Gavin Wood and Jeffrey Wilcke.
- Stellar (XLM)
Stellar is a decentralized Open-Source Protocol for digital currency to Fiat-currency transfer, which enables cross-border transactions between any of the currency pairs. The Stellar Protocol is supported by a Non-Profit organization, the Stellar Development Foundation.
- Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
Bitcoin Cash is a crypto-currency, created by a Hardfork of Bitcoin in mid-2017. A group of developers wanted to increase the Blocksize from 1mb to 8mb, and that’s why a code change. This is a fork of the original Bitcoin Blockchain. The last bitcoin was forked cash in Bitcoin Cash SV and Bitcoin Cash ABC.
- EOS (EOS)
EOS.IO is a Blockchain Protocol, which is based on the native crypto-currency, the EOS. The Protocol emulates most of the attributes of a real computer, including Hardware with compute resources that are evenly distributed on the EOS Holder.
- Tether (USDT)
Tether a StableCoin, so a crypto-currency whose rate is manipulated to keep you permanently at a certain rate value, e.g.,1€, 1¥ or$ 1. As can be seen on the shortcut USDT recognize, to be a USDT always worth$ 1. Critics of the Tether do not claim, however, that this was not the case and Tether Limited not covered USDT on the crypto market casts, to manipulate the rates. These allegations could not be proven.
- Litecoin (LTC)
Litecoin is just like bitcoin, cash is a Fork of Bitcoin. Often, Litecoin will be referred to as the little brother of Bitcoin, because the two are similar in many ways. Litecoin is an Open Source P2P network. It was forked Litecoin on 07.11.2011 by Charlie Lee, a former Google employee. Litecoin use different Bitcoin instead of SHA-256, an algorithm called Scrypt.
- Bitcoin SV (BSV)
Bitcoin SV is a crypto-currency. The aim of the project is to realize the alleged Vision of the Bitcoin Creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, by the functions of the original Bitcoin-made Protocol, and unlimited blocks.
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