List of cryptocurrencies

List article detailing notable cryptocurrencies

Market capitalizations of cryptocurrencies as of January 27, 2018

The number of cryptocurrencies available over the internet as of 19 August 2018[update] is over 1600 and growing.[1] A new cryptocurrency can be created at any time.[2] By market capitalization, Bitcoin is currently (December 15, 2018) the largest blockchain network, followed by Ripple, Ethereum and Tether.[3]

As of 15 December 2018,
total cryptocurrencies market capitalization is $100bn and larger than GDP of 127 countries.[citation needed]

Contents

Cryptocurrencies

Active

Below are some notable cryptocurrencies:

Inactive

Notes

  • ^ It is not known whether the name “Satoshi Nakamoto” is real or a pseudonym, nor whether it represents one person or a group.
  • ^ Via Masternodes containing 1000 DASH held as collateral for “Proof of Service”. Through an automated voting mechanism, one Masternode is selected per block and receives 45% of mining rewards.
  • See also

    References

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  • ^ “vinced/namecoin: Vince’s tree – see namecoin/namecoin for main integration tree”. GitHub. Retrieved July 24, 2017.
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  • ^ “Primecoin on GitHub”.
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  • ^ “How it works – Ripple Wiki”. Retrieved January 20, 2014.
  • ^ “Rippled on GitHub”.
  • ^ “NXT Whitepaper”. NxtWiki – Whitepaper. Archived from the original on February 3, 2015. Retrieved December 21, 2014.
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  • ^ Casey, Michael J. (March 5, 2014). “Auroracoin already third-biggest cryptocoin–and it’s not even out yet”. The Wall Street Journal.
  • ^ “Auroracoin on GitHub”.
  • ^ Scharr, Jill (May 28, 2014). “What is Dash? An FAQ”. Tom’s Guide.
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  • ^ “NEO on GitHub”.
  • ^ “MazaCoin on GitHub”.
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  • ^ “Monero on GitHub”.
  • ^ “NEM on GitHub”.
  • ^ “PotCoin on GitHub”.
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  • ^ “Verge on GitHub”.
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  • ^ “Stellar on GitHub”.
  • ^ “Lyra2RE – A new PoW algorithm for an ASIC-free future” (PDF). November 29, 2014.
  • ^ “Vertcoin on GitHub”.
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  • ^ a b “Ethash”. Github.com. Retrieved July 24, 2017.
  • ^ “Ethereum on GitHub”.
  • ^ “README/README.md at master”. Github.com. Retrieved July 24, 2017.
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  • ^ “Mystery Shrouds Tether”. Bloomberg. Retrieved December 27, 2017.
  • ^ “”Tether White Paper”” (PDF). Tether. Retrieved December 27, 2017.
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  • ^ “Zcash on GitHub”.
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  • ^ a b “Documentation: EOS.IO Documents”. February 10, 2018 – via GitHub.
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  • ^ “Onix’s white paper” (PDF). www.onixcoin.com. January 13, 2018. Retrieved January 13, 2018.
  • ^ “OnixCoin on GitHub”.
  • ^ Ellsworth, Brian (30 August 2018). “Special Report: In Venezuela, new cryptocurrency is nowhere to be found”. Reuters. Retrieved 30 August 2018. The coin is not sold on any major cryptocurrency exchange. No shops are known to accept it.
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