Cryptocurrencies by Market Capitalization
24h Vol (Binance)
|$ 157,739.95M||$ 392.45M|
|$ 20,103.84M||$ 66.86M|
|$ 11,889.33M||$ 28.36M|
|$ 3,929.69M||$ 34.18M|
|$ 3,249.16M||$ 24.81M|
|$ 3,060.31M||$ 44.21M|
BCHABCBitcoin Cash ABC
|$ 1,600.97M||$ 17.86M|
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Ravencoin (RVN) | Rating: 8/10 | Outlook: Positive
Ravencoin is an open source, decentralized and Peer-to-Peer cryptocurrency that was developed specifically for the purposes of transferring assets. It is a fork of Bitcoin that is easier to mine on account of its X16R Algorithm. There are a number of differences between Ravencoin and Bitcoin though and these include things such as the Block reward, Block time, Total supply and the mining algorithm. The native coin powering the Ravecoin ecosystem is the RVN which was released without any pre-mine or ICO. There was also no "founders" fund that was kept back by the team. There is a max total supply of RVN of 21 billion. This, coupled with the shorter block times and mining algorithm has made it a relatively easy coin to mine. Ravencoin is a mostly community drive project although there are some key people involved in it. These include Bruce Fenton, and software developer Tron Black. There is also a pretty big community behind Ravencoin as can be evidenced by their social media following. Taking a look at the project's GitHub repositories, there appears to be a relatively regular stream of commits - always positive for a growing project. RVN is listed on a number of exchanges although does most of its volume on the likes CoinEX and Binance. There are pretty strong volumes and decent liquidity which makes it easy to execute most orders. The token does still remain volatile though. *Coin Bureau's views are not investment advice. Do Your Own Research.
COTI | Qualification Rating：Bb；Risk Rating：Medium
Project Background It has long been expected that cryptocurrencies will significantly change the online payment landscape. To achieve this goal, a user-friendly, convenient and highly scalable cryptocurrency is necessary. Many cryptocurrencies based on blockchain technology attempt to provide high transaction throughput while maintaining low transfer fees, but few successes. Another challenge is the lack of trust between the unknowns, resulting in countless refunds and cancellations. Merchants are often classified as "high risk" or "low risk" based on their association with a particular industry rather than actual behavior. COTI (Currency Of The Internet) addresses these challenges by using an innovative base layer protocol that uses a directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) ledger to build a time-joined connection by leveraging a trust-based algorithm. Trust should be based on a combination of historical behavioral data of the network participants and objective information about them. COTI takes this into account and uses a unique machine learning algorithm to calculate trust. Trust is used in the chain of trust to verify and validate transactions faster. The chain of trust grows as new transactions are attached to two previous transactions, which have similar degrees of trust to themselves. This is an innovative consensus-based validation mechanism in which each user is encouraged to participate in trust building behavior while maintaining high trust due to the benefits associated with high trust (meaning faster time to confirm).
Lambda（LAMB）| Qualification Rating：Bbb；Risk Rating：Medium
Project background Among the decentralized data storage projects, Lambda is the first project to come up with ideal completion. He Xiaoyang, Founder and CEO of Lambda, is a member of JVM community. He worked as a R&D Engineer in BEA Systems and Oracle, and is known as "the first person in China's APM industry". He founded Blue Sea Telecom One APM in 2008 and landed on the New OTC in 2016. In 2017, he left OneAPM and started decentralized storage start-up called Lambda, which attracted the attention of many capital and institutions in the early stages of the project and raised $10M in the private sale round, and its concept was relatively easy to understand and promote because of the early standard Filecoin. Lambda's main business at the B-end is cold backup of critical data of the enterprise, and then this cold storage of the database is stored by distributed storage deployed on the Lambda blockchain.The customer backs up the data to Lambda, and the network periodically verifies the integrity of the data and the recoverability of the data. Lambda's partners in the currency circle side include IOST, DATA, distributed computing projects Ankr and Perlin etc. Yifang Cloud is one of the initiators of Lambda and an important partner outside the Lambda currency. In terms of business development and adoption, lambda has signed up with 67 companies which includes insurance and banking firms. Miners play most important role in Lambda’s ecosystem, currently there are 10,000 miners who are live on main-net and still counting. The total storage pledge by miners has exceed 300 PB (300000 TB). Lambda recently passed an proposal where the miners’ LAMBS( Lambda space) rewards will be mapped to TBB, and due to which, lambda introduces dual token mechanism where basically TBB powers the storage mining, pledge on lambda’s main net.
Hedera Hashgraph (HBAR) | Rating: 7/10 | Outlook: Stable
Hedera has developed the hashgraph which is its new form of distributed ledger technology. This allows computers to communicate with one another in order to reach an agreement over something, known as consensus. Altough this may sound akin to blockchain technology, the Hashgraph uses a unique consensus method that involves Virtual Voting, as well as the Gossip to Gossip protocol. The hashgraph is based on a DAG data structure. Through the use of the unique consensus and this distributed network, the hashgraph is able to reach transaction speeds of up to 10,000 tps. The hashgraph was originally developed for enterprise use but has recently launched their public network where developers can build on. Decisions about the future direction of the code base is determined by a governing council. This makes development at Hedera still quite centralized. Powering the Hedera Hashgraph is the HBAR token. This is the native cryptocurrency and it was issued through a number of private sales as well as a crowdsale. There is a really strong team behind the project with extensive experience in software engineering and blockchain development. The CEO has a phd in computer science from Carnegie Mellon university. HBAR were sold at a price of $0.12 per token but have fallen substantially since then. They are listed on a number of markets although the bulk of the volume is being done on Binance and OKex. HBAR Tokens are substantially more volatile than altcoins of similiar market cap so you should trade with caution. *Coin Bureau's views are not investment advice. Do Your Own Research.