Learn more about the world’s leading cryptoassets
The largest cryptocurrency by market cap, considered to be the first wide-scale implementation of blockchain technology.
XRP by Ripple Labs (xrp)
This popular cryptocurrency enables real-time payments with greater transaction speeds and lower costs, and it’s already in use by many well-known brands.
This leading cryptocurrency has received international recognition from technology giants such as Microsoft and Intel. In addition to payments, Ethereum also supports ''smart contracts''.
Bitcoin Cash (bch)
A ''hard fork'' designed to be a solution to the transaction backlog that Bitcoin was experiencing, Bitcoin Cash’s block size is eight times that of Bitcoin.
Ethereum Classic (etc)
Preserving the ''code is law'' principle, ethereum classic is the continuation of the non-forked ethereum chain.
The first cryptocurrency to implement SegWit, a method of speeding up transaction times without compromising the underlying blockchain technology.
Based on bitcoin’s technology, dash’s additional infrastructure enables faster transactions and higher liquidity; although, unlike other cryptoassets, dash is a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO).
Stellar Lumens (xlm)
Operating on a unique consensus algorithm rather than mining, Stellar can facilitate transactions between multiple currencies, whether fiat or digital.
Also known as the ''Chinese Ethereum'', NEO was designed to be easily modified and to have no forking ability.
Upon its release, EOS quickly became one of the top ten cryptoassets, with a powerful open-source infrastructure capable of supporting thousands of commercial-scale decentralized applications (dApps).
Based on a proprietary ''blockless'' blockchain called Tangle, IOTA is paving the way for a decentralized network to power the Internet of Things (IoT).
Zcash encrypts the contents of shielded transactions, ensuring that the sender, recipient, and amount transferred are all kept private.
Tezos’s ICO in September 2018 was one of the largest in crypto history, raising a record-breaking $232 million.