Crypto Market Cap Gets a New Tool
Today, we’re thrilled to announce the launch of a new tool that will give you an overall picture of the market cap growth. It’s finally here…the Crypto Market Cap chart!
What is Crypto Market Cap?
Market cap is a measurement of value. It shows how much money is flowing into or out of a cryptocurrency.
The crypto market capitalization chart shows how much the entire crypto market is worth in real time. We wanted to create this new tool because the current market cap graphs don’t show the full picture. They give you an idea of how much one particular coin is worth, but they don’t show you how much all coins together are worth. To understand that, you have to go through every coin on CoinMarketCap and add it up manually. Not any more!
Get a better sense of the crypto market with just one click! See for yourself: https://www.nomics.com/crypto-market-cap
We’ll be adding more features to this tool over time, so stay tuned for updates!
After a long time of searching and waiting, I have finally found the crypto market cap chart that I was looking for. We all know that crypto market cap charts are pretty much useless when it comes to illustrating the growth of a coin or token’s value.
But now there is a new tool available that gives you an overall picture of the market cap growth: https://crypto-cap.com/. The creators of this website claim that it is “The most advanced crypto market cap chart”.
I have to say, it seems very promising and easy to use. It’s also free! You can click on any coin/token and get more information about it. Also, you can zoom in and out and even download the data as a .csv file for further analysis.
The crypto market has gotten a new tool that gives you an overall picture of the market cap growth. The important thing you need to know about this tool is that it does not include Bitcoin, Ethereum or Ripple.
The reason for this is because the way the market capitalization of each coin is calculated. If a coin has a circulating supply and trading volume in the millions of coins, then it will show up on this tool. However, if the coin has a lower market cap, it will be hidden from view until you zoom in on it.
This is a very useful tool for those who want to see what coins are going up or down in price. This can help them decide which coins to buy and sell and which ones to hold onto for future gains.
CoinMarketCap, the leading cryptocurrency data provider, has launched a new tool that gives users an overall picture of the market cap growth.
The Market Cap History chart allows users to see how total market capitalization has changed over time using different metrics. Those metrics include the USD, Bitcoin and Ethereum market caps. The chart is interactive, so users can select the period they want to see.
“We’re pleased to introduce this highly requested feature to our cryptocurrency data tools,” CoinMarketCap Head of Operations Cindy Wang said in a statement. “The Market Cap History chart is one of many features and data points we have released as part of our effort to educate our community on the trends and dynamics of cryptocurrencies.”
CoinMarketCap also plans to add more metrics and features to the chart in future updates.
Crypto market cap gets a new tool
We believe that the best way to understand what is happening in the crypto market is by tracking its capitalization: when it grows, it means that more money flows into the market, and that’s a great sign. And when it decreases, we see which coins are falling faster than others, and can draw some conclusions.
But looking only at Bitcoin or Ethereum prices can be misleading. For example, when Bitcoin price was growing in 2017, we didn’t see the growth of altcoins’ capitalization. It meant that people were buying only Bitcoin and did not invest in other currencies. That was a very important signal that we could have missed if we hadn’t tracked the whole market cap.
We have developed a new widget for our website that shows us how much money has flowed into the crypto market during one day, one week and one month. The main feature of this widget is that it shows us not only the total capitalization of all currencies, but also of each coin separately; so we can see which coins are getting more popular at the moment.
You can check out this widget here — https://coincheckup.com/widgets — you will find it on top of the page. We hope you
Today, we are launching Crypto Market Cap Chart, a tool that allows you to track the growth of the total cryptocurrency market capitalization over time.
This chart is powered by CoinMarketCap data and is available at coinmarketcap.com/charts/. You can also view it on a logarithmic scale using the dropdown menu in the top right corner of the chart.
The total cryptocurrency market capitalization has been growing at a remarkable rate over the past few years and has seen exponential growth in its market cap over the past few months. The market cap was $17.7 billion on January 1st, 2017 and increased to $560 billion by December 31st, 2017. That’s a 3100% increase or a compound monthly growth rate of 60% in just one year!
We will be adding more charts to our charts section in the near future so stay tuned for more!
There have been many attempts at creating tools and charts to represent the growth of the total cryptocurrency market. Most are similar in that they show a line chart of the total market cap over time. Some have more bells and whistles, such as dynamically adjusting dates to show recent growth, or showing the change in value between Bitcoin and altcoins.
However, none of these existing tools are very good at showing recent explosive growth and the change in value between Bitcoin and altcoins at the same time. The new tool created by CoinMarketCap addresses this issue and shows how the market has changed in a way that can be understood quickly by anyone looking at it.
The top ten cryptocurrencies by market cap, BTC, ETH and XRP (the three largest crypto assets), and all others (including stablecoins) are shown on different lines according to their share of total market cap. The first thing you will notice when looking at this chart is that all coins other than Bitcoin have had negative returns for most of 2018 until recently. This is because BTC made up close to 90% of total market cap in January 2018 but now makes up less than 60%. This means that even though all other coins were worth more overall in December 2018 than they were in January 2018, they were still worth less