Ranking of cryptocurrencies

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Augur (REP)
41
Augur (REP)
N/A
IIIII
42
Zcash (ZEC)
42
Zcash (ZEC)
N/A
IIIII
43
Lisk (LSK)
43
Lisk (LSK)
N/A
IIIII
44
Bytecoin (BCN)
44
Bytecoin (BCN)
N/A
IIIII
45
BitShares (BTS)
45
BitShares (BTS)
N/A
IIIII
46
Gnosis (GNO)
46
Gnosis (GNO)
N/A
IIIII
47
Digibyte (DGB)
47
Digibyte (DGB)
N/A
IIIII
48
CIVIC (CVC)
48
CIVIC (CVC)
N/A
IIIII
49
Metal (MTL)
49
Metal (MTL)
N/A
IIIII
50
SALT (SALT)
50
SALT (SALT)
N/A
IIIII


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logo Augur (REP)
Not rated
41
Augur (REP)
Augur is a betting site on events that take place in the real world. You can bet on the winner of elections, on a sports competition, on the results of the Oscars ... Each bet is a market on which you buy (with Ether) shares (YES Shares, NO shares ...). Once the event is over, the people with the w...
Market capitalsation
IIIII
42
logo Zcash (ZEC)
Not rated
42
Zcash (ZEC)
Zcash is a decentralized and open-source cryptomyel developed by Zerocoin Electric Coin Company (ZECC) which offers confidentiality and the choice of transparency level of transactions. Zcash payments are published on a public blockchain, but the sender, recipient and transaction amount remain confi...
Market capitalsation
IIIII
43
logo Lisk (LSK)
Not rated
43
Lisk (LSK)
Lisk is a decentralized platform for blockchain applications. It was presented at its launch in May 2016 as a competitor for Ethereum. The main benefit of its ecosystem is being in JavaScript, making application creation accessible to as many people as possible. Lisk allows developers to build t...
Market capitalsation
IIIII
44
logo Bytecoin (BCN)
Not rated
44
Bytecoin (BCN)
Bytecoin is an old currency since it was launched in 2012. It operates on the principles of bitcoin and highlights on its site the advantages it can offer to companies: international payments at no cost, maximum security for funds, total anonymity. The site also says that one can mint BCN with g...
Market capitalsation
IIIII
45
logo BitShares (BTS)
Not rated
45
BitShares (BTS)
BitShares is a platform offering financial and stock market services using blockchain technology. The advantages are known: security, speed, low cost, anonymity). It offers, for example, SmartsCoins which have the freedom and the ease of use of a cryptomony while having a certain stability because ...
Market capitalsation
IIIII
46
logo Gnosis (GNO)
Not rated
46
Gnosis (GNO)
Gnosis is a market of decentralized predictions, ie it is based on the belief that many people know more about a subject than just one. Each user on the network can ask a question on any subject and the result is not yet known (who will win the elections, which team will win the cup, the course o...
Market capitalsation
IIIII
47
logo Digibyte (DGB)
Not rated
47
Digibyte (DGB)
Digibyte presents itself as a 3 year blockchain that wants to be active in all aspects of this technology: financial applications, internet objects, cybersecurity, document validation, commerce and even gaming. The DGB, the token of the project, is exchangeable on large platforms (Bittrex, Poloniex...
Market capitalsation
IIIII
48
logo CIVIC (CVC)
Not rated
48
CIVIC (CVC)
Civic is tackling a major problem in our world, which is increasingly dependent on computers and networks: validating our identity (proving who we are) and protecting our personal data. Civic has created an application, already available on App Stores, that answers this question through the use o...
Market capitalsation
IIIII
49
logo Metal (MTL)
Not rated
49
Metal (MTL)
Metal is a digital wallet allowing you to send and receive money simply and quickly. Competition is tough between several projects (TenX, Monaco) in this very promising sector that is the use of cryptos as currency of everyday life. For each transfer made, the 2 interveners (the paying party ...
Market capitalsation
IIIII
50
logo SALT (SALT)
Not rated
50
SALT (SALT)
SALT is a money lending platform. As in a conventional loan, you receive a sum of money (in dollars, euros, pounds sterling, yen or yuan) which you then pay back according to a schedule. The difference comes from the type of collateral you give in exchange: cryptocurencies. To borrow $ 1000, you...
Market capitalsation
IIIII


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