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Bitcoin (btc)

  • The first and largest cryptocurrency by market cap

  • Created in 2009 by an unknown inventor using the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto

  • Bitcoin is considered to be the first wide-scale implementation of blockchain technology

  • From just a few cents in 2009, BTC’s value skyrocketed to close to $20,000 in 2017

XRP by Ripple Labs (xrp)

  • Released in 2012 by Ripple Labs, a company founded by American programmer, Jed McCaleb

  • XRP enables real-time payments and settlements with greater transaction speeds and lower costs

  • Aiming to provide solutions for financial institutions, XRP is already in use by many well-known brands, such as the Bank of America and UBS

Ethereum (ethereum)

  • Created by Russian programmer, Vitalik Buterin, and launched in 2015

  • Ethereum has received international recognition and support from technology giants such as Microsoft and Intel

  • In addition to payments, Ethereum also supports ''smart contracts''

Bitcoin Cash (bch)

  • Created in August 2017, when Bitcoin underwent a ''hard fork''

  • Designed to be a solution to the backlog of transactions Bitcoin was experiencing

  • Bitcoin Cash’s larger block size (eight times that of Bitcoin) and improved hash rate enable faster transaction speeds at a lower cost

Ethereum Classic (etc)

  • Created in 2016, when Ethereum underwent a ''hard fork''

  • After Ethereum’s founders switched to a new blockchain, the original Ethereum platform became Ethereum Classic

  • Ethereum Classic has a significantly lower market cap than its namesake, but is still a popular cryptocurrency

Litecoin (ltc)

  • Released in 2011 by former Google engineer, Charles Lee

  • Litecoin is based on Bitcoin’s technology, but offers quicker processing times and a larger number of tokens

  • The first cryptocurrency to implement SegWit, a method of speeding up transaction times without compromising the underlying blockchain technology

Dash (dash)

  • Developed by software programmer, Evan Duffield

  • Originally launched in 2014 as XCoin, rebranded as Dash in 2015

  • Based on Bitcoin’s technology, Dash’s additional infrastructure enables faster transactions and higher liquidity

  • Unlike other cryptoassets, Dash is a decentralised autonomous organization (DAO)

Stellar Lumens (xlm)

  • Launched in 2014 and cofounded by Jed McCaleb, the creator of Ripple

  • Operates on a unique consensus algorithm rather than mining

  • Average confirmation time for a Stellar transaction is extremely fast — a mere few seconds to complete — at an extremely low cost

  • Stellar can facilitate transactions between multiple currencies, whether fiat or digital

NEO (neo)

  • Created in 2014 by Da Hongfei

  • NEO was modeled after ETH, and is also known as the ‘Chinese Ethereum’

  • Designed to be easily modified and to have no forking ability, NEO faces fewer challenges in the Chinese market than other cryptoassets

  • Overall supply of NEO is hard-capped at 100 million tokens, to be released gradually into circulation

EOS (eos)

  • Released in early 2018, EOS quickly became one of the top ten cryptos

  • Similar to Ethereum in function, EOS was designed for faster transactions and extreme scalability

  • EOS’s powerful open-source infrastructure could potentially support thousands of commercial scale decentralised applications (DApps)

  • EOS uses a Delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS), rather than a mining-based blockchain

Cardano (ada)

  • Launched in September 2017, Cardano quickly reached a multibillion dollar market cap

  • Inspired by Ethereum, Cardano aims to utilise blockchain technology for far more than just payments

  • Enables developers to create their own blockchain apps using the platform

  • Cardano’s dual-layer structure runs each layer separately, as opposed to Ethereum, where both layers are intertwined

IOTA (miota)

  • Launched in 2015

  • IOTA is based on a proprietary ''blockless'' blockchain called Tangle

  • Has secured strategic partnerships with well-known brands such as Volkswagen

  • IOTA is paving the way for a decentralised network to power the Internet of Things (IoT)

Zcash (zec)

  • Released in 2016

  • Zcash encrypts the contents of shielded transactions, using a novel form of zero-knowledge cryptography called zk-SNARKs to verify their validity

  • Ensures that the sender, recipient, and amount transferred are all kept private

  • Zcash has a fixed total supply of 21 million units, similar to Bitcoin

Binance Coin (bnb)

  • Originally founded in Shanghai in 2017, Binance now operates out of Taiwan

  • BNB is a utility cryptocurrency used to pay transaction exchange fees

  • Gives traders a discount on the nominal 0.1% of the transaction’s value and supports transactions of over 150 cryptoassets

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