Top 20 Cryptocurrencies

Top 20 Cryptocurrencies

Well, today I’ll give you a list of the Top 20 Cryptocurrencies, along with a brief description of each! If you want to buy any form of cryptocurrency, I recommend Binance as your Cryptocurrency Exchange because they are one of the most secure and, best of all, they have the lowest costs of any Cryptocurrency exchange! (This post’s Cryptocurrency Prices are updated every 15 minutes.)

1. Bitcoin

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that was founded in 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto, an unidentified individual or group of people. It was put into use after the currency’s implementation was released as open-source software in 2009.

This is the most well-known cryptocurrency, and I don’t see that changing very soon!

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2. Ethereum

Ethereum is an open-source, decentralized blockchain that enables users to build smart contracts. Ether is the platform’s native currency. It is the second-largest cryptocurrency in terms of market capitalization behind Bitcoin. The Ethereum blockchain is by far the most popular.

3. Binance Coin

Binance Coin (BNB) is an Ethereum-based ERC20 token launched by the prominent cryptocurrency exchange Binance. You can pay a commission for transactions on the exchange using this coin. You will also receive additional discounts if you choose to do so. You will be able to earn a 50% discount in the first year, 25% in the second, 12.5 percent in the third, and 6.75 percent in the fourth. With a total supply of 200 million tokens, the token was created. Binance intends to utilize 20% of profits each quarter to buy back and burn BNB until 50% of the total BNB supply (100 million) has been burnt, according to the Whitepaper.

4. Cardano

Cardano is a blockchain platform that is open to the public. It’s decentralized and open-source, with consensus obtained by proof of stake. With its own cryptocurrency Ada, it can support peer-to-peer transactions. Charles Hoskinson, a co-founder of Ethereum, established Cardano in 2015.

5. Dogecoin

Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency that was founded as a joke by software programmers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer, who wanted to make fun of the rampant cryptocurrency speculation of the time. Dogecoin’s emblem and name are inspired by the Shiba Inu dog from the “Doge” meme.

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6. Tether

Tether is a cryptocurrency in which Tether Limited issues tokens. Previously, each token was said to be backed by one US dollar, but on March 14, 2019, the backing was amended to include loans to affiliate companies.

7. XRP (Ripple)

Ripple is a real-time gross settlement system, currency exchange, and remittance network developed by Ripple Labs Inc., a technology company based in the United States.

8. Polkadot

Polkadot is a heterogeneous multi-chain exchange and translation architecture that connects bespoke sidechains to public blockchains.

Gavin Wood, a co-founder of Ethereum, devised the protocol.

9. Internet Computer

According to CoinMarketCap, Internet Computer, a cryptocurrency that recently started on Monday, May 10th, has a roughly $35.8 billion market value and is currently selling at around $289. Like the Ethereum blockchain, the Internet Computer blockchain employs smart contracts to power a variety of apps and services.

10. Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Cash is a fork of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency. Bitcoin Cash is a cryptocurrency that was launched in 2017 as a spin-off or altcoin. Bitcoin Cash was split into two cryptocurrencies in November 2018: Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin SV.

11. Uniswap

Uniswap is a cryptocurrency exchange technology that operates on a decentralized basis. The name of the business that created the Uniswap protocol is also Uniswap. The protocol allows for automatic transactions between cryptocurrency tokens on the Ethereum blockchain through the use of smart contracts.

12. Litecoin

Litecoin is a cryptocurrency and open-source software project that was distributed under the MIT/X11 license. Litecoin is one of the oldest cryptocurrencies founded in October 2011 and has been experiencing zero downtime since then.

Chainlink (or Link) is a cryptocurrency and decentralized oracle network that offers real-world data to blockchains. It is one of the primary data sources used to feed information to decentralized finance apps. Chainlink is now ranked #12 in terms of market capitalization, down from its peak of #5 in 2020.

14. Stellar

Stellar, or Stellar Lumens, is a decentralized open-source system for digital currency to fiat money transfers that enable cross-border transactions between two currencies.

15. USD Coin

USD Coin is a digital stable coin based on the Ethereum, Stellar, Algorand, and Solana blockchains that are tied to the US dollar. Each USDC is backed by a dollar held in reserve, and Grant Thornton attests to the USDC reserves regularly.

16. Solana

Solana (cryptocurrency) is a Dpos (Delegated-Proof-Of-Stake) consensus blockchain network that is quick, trustworthy, and scalable. Solana is designed for decentralized applications, markets, and enterprise apps. It provides scalability at a fast rate without fragmenting or compromising the decentralization principles.

17. Ethereum Classic

Ethereum Classic is a blockchain-based distributed computing platform with smart contract features that is open source. It uses transaction-based state transitions on a public Ethereum Virtual Machine to support a modified form of Nakamoto consensus.

18. Vechain

VeChain is a distributed ledger technology platform that aims to improve supply chain management and business processes. Its purpose is to leverage distributed ledger technology to streamline these operations and information flow for complicated supply chains (DLT).

19. Polygon

Polygon (MATIC) is an Ethereum token that is used to power the Polygon Network, an Ethereum multichain scaling solution. Polygon uses Layer 2 sidechains, which are blockchains that operate alongside the Ethereum main chain, to allow faster and cheaper transactions on Ethereum.

20. EOS.IO

The blockchain system EOS.IO is based on the cryptocurrency EOS. The smart contract platform claims to be able to execute millions of transactions per second while also eliminating transaction fees.

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