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Saturday, October 13, 2018

2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years

2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years

2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years


What fate awaits the current market leaders, if only two of the top 10 cryptocurrencies of 2013 could remain in the list?

Since its birth in 2009, bitcoin has dominated over other cryptocurrencies. Over the years, his example has led to the emergence of numerous altcoins, whose trends, value and value were determined by the dynamics of the oldest and most famous cryptocurrency.

May 26, 2013 on the website CointMarketCap was only 15 cryptocurrencies. Their total capitalization slightly exceeded $ 1.5 billion.

Forbes magazine called 2013 the "year of bitcoin". In that year, the cryptocurrency won the hearts of many investors, hit the headlines and was ahead of the price of gold, reaching a price of $1,242 per coin.

The interest in bitcoin has jumped. Thematic conferences, forums and seminars have started to be held. Some considered cryptocurrency a Scam, others-a promising and attractive project. The truth is that both positions were surprisingly convincing. And-due to the high volatility of the crypto currency in the following years, the attitude towards it was constantly changing.

Here's what the top 10 cryptocurrencies looked like in 2013 — and in what condition they are today.

1. Bitcoin


2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years
On January 3, 2009, Satoshi Nakamoto received the first 50 bitcoins (Bitcoin) for generating the Genesis block. In subsequent years, his brainchild has experienced many UPS and downs and is still famous for its extreme volatility, high risk and resistance to interference of the authorities and financial regulators.

In 2013, the total value of bitcoin was $ 1.477 billion, and it still remains the largest cryptocurrency with a capitalization of $ 114 billion.

2. Litecoin


2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years
Peer-to-peer cryptocurrency is open source, allowing instant payments to any country in the world. Litecoin was founded on October 7, 2011 by former Google employee Charlie Lee. Surprisingly, just 24 hours after the start of trading, the value of the cryptocurrency soared twice. In November 2013, its market capitalization has reached $ 1 billion. However, then the second place in the list was taken by another project, Ethereum.

Currently, the capitalization of litecoin (LTC/USD) is 3.4 billion dollars; it is on the seventh position in the list of the largest cryptocurrencies.

3. Namecoin


2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years
Namecoin is another cryptocurrency based on the Proof-of-Work consensus algorithm. It is distinguished by separate data storage in the blockchain. Namecoin appeared on April 18, 2011 after a preliminary discussion at the Bitcointalk forum, which started in December 2010. In may 2013, the total cost of Namecoin was 5.3 million dollars.

Currently, the cryptocurrency, is situated on 126-e a place in the list with a market capitalization of 36,455 million dollars. Its third place in the ranking is now for Ripple (XRP/USD) with a capitalization of 19 billion.

4. Peercoin


2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years
Peercoin uses Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake algorithms. In 2013, the cryptocurrency was on the fourth place in the list of the largest. Peercoin was developed as the most secure and secure digital currency. For its storage, a reward of 1% per year was supposed, while Peercoin could also be mined with the help of mining.

Today, the fourth place in the ranking is Bitcoin Cash (Bitcoin.Cash). It appeared in August 2017 as a result of bitcoin fork and was designed to speed up and facilitate transactions. Peercoin moved to the 190th line.

5. Novacoin


2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years
Novacoin introduced some unique features of the generating units that have separated target limits. The author of the crypto currency is a Balthazar, in 2013 its total cost was 1,198 million dollars. Today, the project is almost dead (at CointMarketCap it ranks 366th), and some signs indicate that it is a fraudulent project.

Today, the fifth place in the ranking of cryptocurrencies is EOS (EOS/USD), launched in June 2018 after an ICO lasting 12 months.

6. Terracoin


2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years
Unlike bitcoin, the blockchain Terracoin in 2012 provided increased security and speed of transactions. In may 2013, the total value of the cryptocurrency was $ 0.919 million. In July of the same year, it was hacked and the reputation of Terracoin was destroyed. Hackers managed to increase the speed of network hashing and put it under control.

Today, Terracoin is on the CointMarketCap 730th place, and the sixth position in the list of the largest cryptocurrencies from Stellar with a capitalization of 4.6 billion dollars.

7. Devcoin


2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years
Devcoin was introduced in 2011. This project tried to create a cohesive community of developers, programmers, musicians, writers and filmmakers.

In 2013, its capitalization grew to $ 0.9 million, along with popularity. Then the project began to fade away until finally died. Currently, the seventh place in the list is litecoin, five years ago, the former second.

8. Freicoin


2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years
Freicoin developers followed in Satoshi Nakamoto's footsteps and created a cryptocurrency based on the Proof-of-Work algorithm. The project was distinguished by the original model of mandatory redistribution of coins on the network.

In 2013, its capitalization was 0.669 million dollars; in 2018, it shows no signs of activity. Its eighth position is now occupied by a stable cryptocurrency Tether with a capitalization of 2.6 billion.

9. Feathercoin


2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years
Feathercoin was conceived as an improved version of bitcoin based on litecoin and using a similar decentralized blockchain. Four months after its introduction, the total value of Feathercoin reached $ 0.658 million. Currently, the project does not feel too good, occupying the 370th line with a capitalization of 8,798 million dollars.

Its place in the list is now taken by Cardano, a cryptocurrency seeking to rid the industry of problems with scalability, stability and compatibility of blockchains. Its market capitalization is $ 2.2 billion.

10. CHNCoin


2013 vs. 2018: how the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed in 5 years
As Feathercoin, CHNcoin based on lateline. In may 2013, CHNcoin closed the list of the ten largest cryptocurrencies with a capitalization of 0.367 million dollars. The project is long dead. Today, 10th place goes to Monero (XMR/USD) — another open source cryptocurrency. At the moment, the total cost of Monero is 1.8 billion.

In 2013, the cryptocurrency of the list of the top 10 were of great interest, however, only two managed to stay in it in 2018. Digital currencies suffer from FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt) and FOMO (fear of missing out on your chance). FUD has a strong negative impact on projects, spreading rapidly through forums and social networks.

The future of cryptocurrencies depends on regulation in different countries. We will have to be patient to find out which cryptocurrencies will be among the winners and achieve mass recognition.

Pampa auf Yobit endete. Die Börse wählte PutinCoin

Pampa auf Yobit endete. Die Börse wählte PutinCoin

Pampa auf Yobit endete. Die Börse wählte PutinCoin


Wer will nicht schnell und einfach Geld verdienen? Sie hatten die Gelegenheit, genug an der Pampa an der Börse Yobit teilzunehmen (darüber haben wir auf dem Kanal geschrieben). Und obwohl die offizielle Windel einer zufälligen Münze Wut und Verurteilung in der kryptokomunition verursacht hat, konnte jemand immer noch gut aufsteigen.

Diesmal Börse wählte Münze PutinCoin. Es ist In der coinmarketcap-Rangliste, wo es 1083 Platz mit einer Marktkapitalisierung von 161 tausend Dollar einnimmt. Wir werden bemerken, dass der Präsident der Russischen Föderation nichts mit der kryptowährung zu tun hat.

Pump it!


Die Geschichte stammt aus dem 11. Oktober. An diesem Tag erschien auf dem offiziellen Twitter-Account Yobit Informationen über die bevorstehende Pampa zufallsmünze an der Börse. Viele nahmen die Nachricht als Witz auf, aber die Vertreter des tauschers hatten ziemlich ernste Absichten.

Das» Opfer " der Pampa war die PUT-Münze (PutinCoin). Während 10 Minuten kaufte die Börse eine bestimmte Anzahl von Münzen im Wert von 1 BTC. In dieser Zeit wurde 10 BTC für den Windeln ausgegeben. Das Ergebnis-PutinCoin stieg um 1400 Prozent (von 118 auf 1768 Satoshi). Darüber hinaus sind die Handelsvolumina der kryptowährung in nur 40 Minuten auf 130 BTC gestiegen.

Alles, was scharf nach oben zieht, sollte genauso dramatisch fallen. Es scheint das Grundgesetz der kryptoindustrie zu sein. Nachdem Yobit aufgehört aufzukaufen PutinCoin, Kurs Münzen entlud sich in nur wenigen Minuten.

Abbildung Quelle-Bitcoinist


Wie auch immer, Yobit schaffte Es, die Marke von 28 Millionen US-Dollar an Handelsvolumina zu überwinden. Höchstwahrscheinlich verwendet der Tauscher nicht mehr zum ersten mal solche Taktiken. Früher wurde das Management der Börse wegen versteckter Windeln von Münzen angeklagt. Laut einer unabhängigen Studie ist Yobit der bevorzugte Ort für altcoins-Machenschaften. Vielleicht wird die Börse in Zukunft weiterhin» offiziell " zufällige kryptowährungen kaufen.