Today's Cryptocurrency Prices by Market Cap
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What is Crypto Market Capitalization?
Crypto market capitalization, or market cap, is the cumulative value of all coins of a specific cryptocurrency that are currently mined or in circulation. It is a crucial metric in the cryptocurrency world, used to gauge the rank and market share of various cryptocurrencies. The market cap of a crypto coin is a product of the total number of coins in circulation and their prevailing market price. For instance, if you want to calculate the market cap of Bitcoin, you multiply the total number of Bitcoin in circulation with the current price of one Bitcoin.
How to Evaluate Cryptocurrencies Market Cap?
The crypto market cap is generally divided into three categories:
Large-cap cryptocurrencies (>$10 billion)
Mid-cap Cryptocurrencies ($1 billion - $10 billion)
Small-cap cryptocurrencies (<$1 billion).
Market cap serves as a financial indicator that allows for the comparison of the total value of one cryptocurrency to another. Large cap cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum have a market cap exceeding $10 billion, usually made up of protocols with proven track records and a vibrant community of developers committed to maintaining and improving the protocol, and creating new projects on top of them. While market cap serves as a straightforward comparison metric, it's not without its flaws. Some cryptocurrencies may show a higher market cap due to price volatility and the tokenomics of their supply. Therefore, it's essential to use market cap in conjunction with other metrics like trading volume, liquidity, fully diluted valuation, and fundamentals when conducting research.
How is CryptoPriceList Computing Cryptocurrency Prices?
The computation of the price is through a global volume-weighted average price formula that considers the pairings available on different exchanges for a given crypto asset. For additional information on how we determine cryptocurrency prices and other metrics, you can visit our methodology page here.
Why are Cryptocurrency Prices Different on Various Exchanges?
It is common to observe discrepancies in cryptocurrency prices listed on different exchanges. This is due to a complex set of factors, including varying economic conditions, liquidity levels, available trading pairs, and unique offerings (e.g., derivatives / leverage) across different exchanges and markets, all of which can significantly impact the price.
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What does 24h Volume Represent in the Table Above?
The 24h trading volume denotes the total amount of a cryptocurrency that has been bought and sold on all exchanges in the last 24 hours in the spot market. For example, if Ethereum's 24h volume is $15 billion, it implies that Ether worth $15 billion has been traded across all exchanges in the past 24 hours.