PREZZO, VOLUME, CAP. DI MERCATO, PREZZO CRIPTOVALUTE

List of cryptocurrencies by market capitalization. Trusted and accurate source of data and tools for cryptocurrencies.

Losers 51%
Gainers 49%
# Nome Prezzo Volume h24 Moneta Circolante Cap. Mercato % 24h Grafico 7d(USD)
1 BTC

BTC

Bitcoin

$ 48,127.42 $ 31.759B 18,817,543 BTC $ 905.640B -0.24% Currency History BTC
2 ETH

ETH

Ethereum

$ 3,628.94 $ 20.087B 117,548,107 ETH $ 426.575B 3.85% Currency History ETH
3 ADA

ADA

Cardano

$ 2.453 $ 3.624B 32,025,787,327 ADA $ 78.559B -3.95% Currency History ADA
4 BNB

BNB

Binance Coin

$ 426.80 $ 1.750B 168,137,036 BNB $ 71.761B -1.79% Currency History BNB
5 USDT

USDT

Tether

$ 1.0003 $ 74.601B 68,253,774,250 USDT $ 68.274B 0.00% Currency History USDT
6 XRP

XRP

Ripple

$ 1.1043 $ 3.239B 46,622,239,005 XRP $ 51.485B 0.21% Currency History XRP
7 SOL

SOL

Solana

$ 155.48 $ 2.984B 296,831,914 SOL $ 46.152B -2.82% Currency History SOL
8 DOT

DOT

Polkadot

$ 34.72 $ 2.317B 987,579,315 DOT $ 34.292B -5.34% Currency History DOT
9 DOGE

DOGE

Dogecoin

$ 0.2412 $ 1.097B 131,310,610,007 DOGE $ 31.672B -1.75% Currency History DOGE
10 USDC

USDC

USD Coin

$ 0.9998 $ 2.811B 29,271,453,311 USDC $ 29.266B 0.02% Currency History USDC
11 UNI

UNI

Uniswap

$ 26.84 $ 682.183M 611,643,724 UNI $ 16.418B 3.95% Currency History UNI
12 AVAX

AVAX

Avalanche

$ 66.14 $ 2.380B 220,286,577 AVAX $ 14.569B 24.35% Currency History AVAX
14 BUSD

BUSD

Binance USD

$ 0.9997 $ 6.225B 12,729,654,324 BUSD $ 12.726B 0.01% Currency History BUSD
15 LTC

LTC

Litecoin

$ 190.10 $ 4.038B 66,752,615 LTC $ 12.690B 3.43% Currency History LTC
16 BCH

BCH

Bitcoin Cash

$ 637.56 $ 5.292B 18,847,450 BCH $ 12.016B -1.88% Currency History BCH
17 ALGO

ALGO

Algorand

$ 2.1869 $ 1.271B 5,243,909,574 ALGO $ 11.468B 7.15% Currency History ALGO
18 LUNA

LUNA

Terra

$ 38.67 $ 1.150B 287,765,804 LUNA $ 11.128B 5.66% Currency History LUNA
19 WBTC

WBTC

Wrapped Bitcoin

$ 48,142.34 $ 341.760M 205,871 WBTC $ 9.911B 0.17% Currency History WBTC
20 ICP

ICP

Internet Computer

$ 59.08 $ 385.517M 162,821,237 ICP $ 9.619B 0.41% Currency History ICP
21 MATIC

MATIC

Polygon

$ 1.4328 $ 1.209B 6,652,300,637 MATIC $ 9.532B 3.98% Currency History MATIC
22 FIL

FIL

Filecoin

$ 84.97 $ 1.641B 106,971,455 FIL $ 9.089B -0.86% Currency History FIL
23 TRX

TRX

Tron

$ 0.11726 $ 2.454B 71,659,657,369 TRX $ 8.403B -0.02% Currency History TRX
24 FTT

FTT

FTX Token

$ 68.77 $ 505.976M 120,775,461 FTT $ 8.306B -5.10% Currency History FTT
25 XLM

XLM

Stellar

$ 0.334 $ 567.269M 23,704,555,262 XLM $ 7.917B -1.24% Currency History XLM
26 VET

VET

VeChain

$ 0.118377 $ 422.836M 64,315,576,989 VET $ 7.613B -1.80% Currency History VET
27 ETC

ETC

Ethereum Classic

$ 58.51 $ 909.003M 129,795,856 ETC $ 7.594B -0.53% Currency History ETC
28 ATOM

ATOM

Cosmos

$ 33.80 $ 1.222B 221,463,576 ATOM $ 7.486B 1.14% Currency History ATOM
29 THETA

THETA

Theta Token

$ 6.7388 $ 250.150M 1,000,000,000 THETA $ 6.739B -2.46% Currency History THETA
30 DAI

DAI

Multi-collateral DAI

$ 0.9998 $ 382.298M 6,578,256,035 DAI $ 6.577B -0.01% Currency History DAI
31 XTZ

XTZ

Tezos

$ 6.6497 $ 790.866M 859,694,788 XTZ $ 5.717B -7.27% Currency History XTZ
32 AAVE

AAVE

Aave

$ 394.10 $ 647.539M 13,177,230 AAVE $ 5.193B 2.55% Currency History AAVE
33 CAKE

CAKE

PancakeSwap

$ 22.75 $ 406.450M 221,828,459 CAKE $ 5.046B 0.07% Currency History CAKE
34 EGLD

EGLD

Elrond

$ 258.81 $ 284.982M 19,449,211 EGLD $ 5.034B -4.12% Currency History EGLD
35 HBAR

HBAR

Hedera Hashgraph

$ 0.509669 $ 1.097B 9,633,530,220 HBAR $ 4.910B -3.35% Currency History HBAR
36 EOS

EOS

EOS

$ 5.117 $ 1.420B 958,223,047 EOS $ 4.903B 1.39% Currency History EOS
37 CRO

CRO

Crypto.com Chain

$ 0.191007 $ 52.667M 25,263,013,692 CRO $ 4.825B 1.61% Currency History CRO
38 XMR

XMR

Monero

$ 266.01 $ 243.153M 17,993,954 XMR $ 4.787B -2.54% Currency History XMR
39 XEC

XEC

eCash

$ 0.000251 $ 159.782M 18,844,710,923,313 XEC $ 4.731B -1.22% Currency History XEC
40 QNT

QNT

Quant

$ 359.54 $ 89.791M 12,072,738 QNT $ 4.341B -3.36% Currency History QNT
41 IOTA

IOTA

MIOTA

$ 1.5381 $ 94.717M 2,779,530,283 IOTA $ 4.275B -5.78% Currency History IOTA
42 GRT

GRT

The Graph

$ 0.8775 $ 163.126M 4,715,735,200 GRT $ 4.138B -2.11% Currency History GRT
43 AXS

AXS

Axie Infinity

$ 67.50 $ 323.406M 60,907,500 AXS $ 4.111B -1.76% Currency History AXS
44 NEAR

NEAR

NEAR Protocol

$ 8.915 $ 292.066M 461,253,064 NEAR $ 4.112B -0.94% Currency History NEAR
45 NEO

NEO

NEO

$ 51.17 $ 359.988M 70,538,831 NEO $ 3.609B -1.79% Currency History NEO
46 KSM

KSM

Kusama

$ 419.48 $ 250.899M 8,470,098 KSM $ 3.553B 0.96% Currency History KSM
47 KLAY

KLAY

Klaytn

$ 1.3448 $ 96.622M 2,504,916,024 KLAY $ 3.369B -0.30% Currency History KLAY
48 WAVES

WAVES

Waves

$ 31.29 $ 282.391M 106,183,786 WAVES $ 3.322B 5.03% Currency History WAVES
49 MKR

MKR

Maker

$ 3,104.17 $ 168.330M 991,328 MKR $ 3.077B 5.93% Currency History MKR
50 LEO

LEO

UNUS SED LEO

$ 3.1812 $ 2.913M 953,954,130 LEO $ 3.035B 1.99% Currency History LEO

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What is a cryptocurrency ?


Cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency used for direct online peer-to-peer transactions. There are hundreds of them in circulation, each with varying value. The first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, was developed in 2009 by a programmer using the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. In 2008, in a book called A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System, Nakamoto provided the first description of the blockchain. A technology that allows cryptocurrencies to function like government issued currencies, without the intervention of a central bank or third party. Blockchain solves the problem of double spending associated with digital currency.

Furthermore, since digital information is easily copied, digital currency requires a mechanism that can reliably prevent a monetary unit from being duplicated or spent multiple times. Thus, the global financial system, as a collective entity, has historically been responsible for establishing and ensuring the legitimacy of monetary transactions. The validity of cryptocurrencies is established and maintained without any involvement of the world's central banks. Rather, records of cryptocurrency transactions are kept publicly. But, unlike most public registries which are vulnerable to hacking and modification, transactions verified by blockchain technology are immutable. Cryptocurrencies are tokens built and generated on a blockchain or similar structure, that use cryptographic technology to ensure security, scarcity, privacy, and decentralization. Some of the biggest cryptocurrencies are Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin² and the most popular like Doge, Cardano, and Ripple.

Every cryptocurrency is at least slightly different, from supply, to security structures, to the amount of decentralization can vary. Bitcoin and Dogecoin are built on proof-of-work consensus methods, which means transactions are verified by using substantial computing power. Cardano and Ethereum are built on, or intend to move to, proof-of-stake consensus methods, which means transactions are verified by staking large amounts of cryptocurrency. These have their pros and cons. Other coins are almost entirely centralized, such as the ‘JP Morgan Coin’ which has been tested amongst large banks. Nobody outside of these banks can even own JPM coin, however it still has potential to bring the benefits of blockchain to banking by allowing blockchain transfers between banks, despite ite centralization.


How to evaluate the price of a cryptocurrency by its market capitalization ?


Market capitalization is an indicator that measures and tracks the market value of a cryptocurrency. This is the actual value of a cryptocurrency calculated by multiplying the circulating supply by the price of the coin or token. Example: The circulating supply of bitcoin is 18,817,543 BTC and its current price is $48,127.42. Its market capitalization is: 18,817,543 x 48,127.42 = $905,639,795,329. The price of a cryptocurrency is calculated by dividing its market capitalization by its circulating supply. Example: Ethereum's market cap is currently $426,575,299,907 and its outstanding supply is ETH 117,548,107.37. Its price is: 426,575,299,907 / 117,548,107 = $3,628.94.

It is important to note that the cryptocurrency market is very volatile and therefore, market capitalizations and prices change incessantly.


Why use cryptocurrency ?


Cryptocurrencies have many advantages over traditional financial systems. Buying cryptocurrencies has already proven to be very profitable for many early-stage investors. They offer the following advantages:

Personal transaction management

As the owner, you can yourself manage where to send and receive your currencies. No other party is involved in your transactions. This reduces the risk of fraud and embezzlement without your knowledge.

Track your payments at any time

The ability to track transactions down to the second helps determine the exact time of a payment. This increases the security of your transactions.

Private transactions

Cryptocurrencies are associated with different levels of privacy. Some like Monero and Verge allow you to remain anonymous throughout a transaction.

Fast transaction processing

Although the speed of cryptocurrency transactions can vary, it is generally fast. Unlike credit card transactions which can take a few days to process, cryptocurrency transactions are instant. So you can buy items instantly and have quick access to your funds if you sell any. You won't have to wait a day or two for the funds to be transferred to you.

Efficient international transactions

You can send and receive cryptocurrency no matter where you are on the globe. You also won't have to pay foreign transaction fees like you probably would with a traditional currency.

Affordable transaction costs

In the long list of cryptocurrencies, some like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, and Litecoin generally have low transaction fees compared to other cryptocurrencies. Because, there is no central authority which governs these currencies.

  • They are permissionless, anybody may use cryptocurrencies on their own free will.
  • They are secure, nobody may modify blockchain transactions after they have been made.
  • Transactions are instant or near instant, in contrast to traditional banks which can take days to transfer money.
  • Cryptocurrencies allow for self custody. They do not have to be held in a bank where the funds could be locked at any time.
  • Transactions are cheap. Though many blockchains may be inefficient for small transactions, they are often far more efficient for larger transactions where traditional finance would charge a fee.
  • They allow access to decentralized financial applications that leverage the benefits of cryptocurrencies.
  • They allow banking-equivalent services where banking is not available.
  • They allow the tracking and automation of many systems via smart contracts and the immutable nature of the blockchain.
  • These are just some of the benefits of cryptocurrencies, however there are many more.


    What are the different factors that can influence the price of cryptocurrencies ?


    Cryptocurrency prices may be influenced by many factors. Fundamentally, it is a matter of the amount of capital buying, vs the amount of capital selling. If more people are buying, prices go up as demand is greater than supply. If more people are selling, prices go down, as supply is greater than demand. There are an infinite number of factors influencing supply and demand, including governmental policies, the affects of influencers, the utilities of the currency, the state of the larger economy, and even pure faith.

    The volatility of the cryptocurrencies price such as bitcoin and ethereum frequently makes headlines. Here are the factors behind this roller coaster:

    Regulations

    Questions are being asked in different countries and jurisdictions as to whether they should be recognized as currency units, tightly regulated, or even made illegal. And new decisions are made and changed all the time. This greatly affects the prices of cryptocurrencies.

    Current affairs

    Besides regulation, hot topics that appear to have nothing to do with cryptocurrencies can have an effect on current stocks. Cryptocurrencies are often seen as an alternative to fiat currency, a currency whose value is guaranteed by the government that issued it. So, when investors lose their confidence in a fiat currency due to economic or political events, they may turn to bitcoin and its rivals, thereby driving up prices.

    The speculation

    Cryptocurrency investors who have experienced Bitcoin's previous meteoric surges during a bull run are witnessing how speculation can raise the price of an asset or even lower it quickly.

    Hacking

    From the early days of bitcoin to the proliferation of new cryptocurrencies today, hacking has remained a major problem for cryptocurrency investors. Every hack into the cryptocurrency system, exchanges or wallets has caused prices to collapse. Recently, an attack on the binance cryptocurrency exchange caused a drop of 10.8% within minutes.

    The new cryptocurrencies

    When a currency becomes popular, money flows into it and thus affects its price. At the same time, new crypto currencies are launched every day, which can have a diluting effect on others.


    Blockchain and decentralization ?


    Blockchain technology works on the basis of cryptography. The study of secure communication techniques aimed at preventing the compromise of recordings or their manipulation by unauthorized users. It is able to monitor transactions to verify that money is not spent more than once and that each coin has only one owner at a time. In addition, it enables stakeholders to reach consensus through a common digital history. In addition, it is a solution without intermediary operating an autonomous electronic public register to record transactions and assets in a commercial network. In other words, blockchain technology does not belong to anyone in the traditional sense of the term and therefore is managed by various networks which collectively chain, store and distribute information fairly so that no network is overloaded. This information is accessible to anyone with the appropriate credentials.

    For many, decentralization is a core component of blockchain. It is a foundational idea on which currencies such as Bitcoin were built on, with it being a core focus in Satoshi Nakomoto’s design. Great technical thought has been put in to maintaining the decentralization of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, and some would say it is the most important technological breakthrough of the technology. Cryptocurrencies allow people to make payments without any third party besides code that is built into immutable networks of computers. Once a person owns cryptocurrency in a wallet, nobody may tell them that thehy can not move that currency where they please. This is in opposition to banks where a bank may often hold funds for one reason or another, or simply take days when the actual transactions should only take less than an hour.

    Cryptocurrencies are not limited to just making payments, other systems have sprung up on top of blockchains that cryptocurrencies may interact with, such as decentralized finance. Here people may do things such as take loans and earn yields on their cryptocurrencies without a middle man. Some cryptocurrencies are more decentralized than others however, and there is a great debate on how much decentralization is enough. The Blockchain Trilemma states that there is a three way trade off between decentralization, scalability, and security. Increasing any one variable will tend to decrease the other two. In the present day, most chains that have a great increase in transaction processing capacity and lower costs tend to have compromised on either decentralization and scalability