Bitcoin – BTC with a market cap of $112 billion and a value of $6,334.29 as of December 2018.
Ethereum – ETH with a market cap of $17 billion and a value of $130.81 as of December 2018.
XRP – XRP with a market cap of $12 billion and a value of $0.31 as of December 2018.
Bitcoin Cash – BCH with a market cap of $5 billion and a value of $84.70 as of December 2018.
EOS – EOS with a market cap of $4 billion and a value of $1.38 as of December 2018.
Stellar Lumens – XLM with a market cap of $3 billion and a value of $0.06 as of December 2018.
Litecoin – LTC with a market cap of $2 billion and a value of $23.95 as of December 2018.
Tether – USDT with a market cap of $2 billion and a value of 0.98 as if December 2018.
Cardano ADA – ADA with a market cap of over 1 billion and the current price is about 0,04$.
Bitcoin is still the king, but deciding on the best cryptocurrency to own requires due diligence on the part of investors.
Here are ten of the best crypto assets in no specific order.
1. Bitcoin (BTC) – The father of crypto has a market cap of $70 billion and a value per coin of $3,874 as of Dec. 7, 2018.
2. Ethereum (ETH) – Ethereum is the second largest cryptocurrency by market cap ($13 billion) and has a value of $146 per token.
3. Ripple (XRP) – Ripple is a top-five coin and is currently valued at $0.35 per token with a market cap of about $14 billion.
4. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) – The fourth-largest coin by market cap ($4 billion), Bitcoin Cash is worth about $224 per token as of Dec. 7, 2018.
5. Litecoin (LTC) – Litecoin’s current market cap is about $3 billion and one LTC costs about $45 as of Dec. 7, 2018.
6. EOS (EOS) – EOS has a unique model which it hopes will give it an edge over Ethereum, its rival for smart contract business with a market
Bitcoin (BTC) The first and most popular decentralized cryptocurrency is Bitcoin. With a market capital of $115 billion, it represents 53.1% of the total cryptocurrency market. Bitcoin is the original cryptocurrency and it’s still the go-to leader of the space.
Ethereum (ETH) The Ethereum platform has enabled many companies to raise tens (or even hundreds) of millions of dollars in funding for their own Ethereum-based projects. This has further helped increase Ethereum’s popularity, along with its value.
Ripple (XRP) Ripple is another fast growing cryptocurrency and offers a wide range of financial applications which can be used by institutions and individuals. It operates as an open source platform system that allows financial transactions in any form, anywhere around the world. Ripple uses both blockchain technology and digital signatures for its transactions that are faster, more secure and less costly than traditional systems that depend on credit cards or cash payments.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Bitcoin Cash is similar to bitcoin but has some significant technical differences that provide advantages over traditional payment methods such as faster transaction speed and lower payment fees.
EOS (EOS) EOS was created by Dan Larimer, founder of Bitshares and Steemit, which are successful decentralized autonomous corporations that run on
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
Binance Coin (BNB)
Stellar Lumens (XLM)
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
Created in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin is the original cryptocurrency. It relies on a decentralized ledger of all transactions, known as the blockchain. Bitcoin is mined using computing power in a distributed network. This network also validates all transactions through cryptography. Bitcoin was released as open-source software in 2009.
Ethereum is an open-source, blockchain-based distributed computing platform that allows users to create smart contracts and decentralized applications (DApps). The digital currency ether underpins the Ethereum blockchain. Ether can be traded for other cryptocurrencies or used to pay for transaction fees and services on the Ethereum network. Ethereum was first proposed in late 2013 by Vitalik Buterin, a programmer and co-founder of Bitcoin Magazine.
Litecoin, which began trading online in 2011, is sometimes called the “silver” to bitcoin’s “gold” because it offers several technical improvements over bitcoin while still being many times cheaper than bitcoin. Litecoin was developed by Charlie Lee, a former Google engineer who became interested in the idea of creating a payment system without any central authority involved after reading about bitcoin and its pseudonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto.
Ripple was released in 2012 as a real