Cryptocurrencies by Market Capitalization
24h Vol (Binance)
|$ 163,915.70M||$ 415.59M|
|$ 28,823.34M||$ 149.46M|
|$ 18,330.67M||$ 129.62M|
|$ 8,409.58M||$ 72.58M|
BCHABCBitcoin Cash ABC
|$ 7,562.44M||$ 39.13M|
|$ 6,478.98M||$ 59.36M|
|$ 4,641.66M||$ 176.80M|
|$ 2,492.98M||$ 11.55M|
Binance Research Reports
Third Party Rating Reports
TokenGazer [RVN] Rating: 3.5, Indicator Trend: Neutral | Updated May 6, 2019
TokenGazer thinks that Ravencoin is indeed more friendly and convenient for ordinary users in terms of token issuance, asset tokenization and asset transfer, but it has no significant technological breakthroughs. Faced with fierce competition with other asset tokenization blockchain projects such as Bytom, 0xcert, etc., Ravencoin, highlighting “facilitation of asset transfers” does not have obvious technical advantages.
OpenANX (OAX) | Rating: 6/10 | Outlook: Neutral
OAX is a decentralised cryptocurrency exchange protocol that is being developed by ANX international. OAX was developed in order to combine all of the best features of both a decentralised exchange and a centralised exchange. OAX is developing their decentralised hybrid exchange. The main difference between the centralised exchange and OAX is the “Asset Gateway” feature of OAX, which ensures that the platform never holds both asset keys associated with any transaction. Instead, it was designed to hold just one of the two at any time, thus dramatically reducing platform risk. OAX will work on a tiered membership basis. Different levels will afford the users more access to platform functions and governance. For example, you have the participant member, Voting member, founding member etc. You can read more about these membership levels in our long form review. The development company, ANX international, has a pretty capable team on board (there are over 15). They have backgrounds in companies such as Accenture, Verizon and HSBC. They also have backgrounds in blockchain engineering. The team completed an ICO back in June of 2017 and were able to raise just over $18m in exchange for 30 million OAX Tokens. The project is currently in testnet phase and you can see their proof-of-concept code in their GitLab. There is currently only limited code in these repositories. However, the community appears to be reasonably strong and engaged. OAX tokens began trading not long after the ICO and have been on quite a rocky ride since. They are currently trading at below ICO levels. Most of the volume for the tokens is taking place on Binance with about 60% of the turnover. Liquidity appears decent which means the execution of large orders is unlikely to incur that much slippage. OAX remains very volatile though and you should trade with caution. *Coin Bureau's views are not investment advice. Do Your Own Research.
Quant (QNT) | Coin Report | An Altcoin Trader's Handbook | Rating: 8/10 | 10th June 2019
Welcome to the 24th Coin Report. In today’s report, I will be assessing the fundamental and technical strengths and weaknesses of Quant. This will comprise of an analysis of a number of significant metrics, an evaluation of the project’s community and development and an overview of its price-history. The report will conclude with a grading out of 10. Quant Network was incorporated in October 2017 in Switzerland, acting as the company overseeing the development of a technology named Overledger. Overledger was conceptualised in March 2017 as a blockchain operating system, facilitating communication between multiple blockchains. The project itself launched with an ICO in Q1 2018, during which QNT – an ERC-20 token – was created. This ICO raised $11m and 9.7mn QNT of an available 31mn QNT were distributed to retail and institutional investors. Originally, the QNT token was set to have a maximum supply of 45.467mn QNT, but around 30mn QNT have been burned, comprising of unsold tokens from the ICO and a partial burning of founders’ funds amounting to 9.5mn QNT in September 2018. Thus, ~14.5mn QNT are in existence, with 4.5mn owned by the Quant Network team.
2019-06-10An Altcoin Trader's Handbook
Fantom (FTM) | Coin Report | An Altcoin Trader's Handbook | Rating: 9/10 | 5th June 2019
Welcome to the 23rd Coin Report. In today’s report, I will be assessing the fundamental and technical strengths and weaknesses of Fantom. This will comprise of an analysis of a number of significant metrics, an evaluation of the project’s community and development and an overview of its price-history. The report will conclude with a grading out of 10. Fantom was launched in May 2018 with an ICO for its ERC-20 token, FTM. The ICO comprised of four rounds, three of which were private and one of which was public, and raised $39.4mn at the time of the sale. This was a complete sellout of the 40% of its maximum supply allocated for the sale, equating to 1.27bn FTM. The token and its crowdsale was a means by which to fund the development of its own mainnet, which is built as a Directed Acyclic Graph utilising asynchronous Byzantine fault tolerance to ensure fast and scalable smart contracts execution without sacrificing security or decentralisation. The current FTM token will operate alongside a native token upon release of the mainnet and a recently created BEP-2 FTM token, as the project seeks to manifest interoperability.
2019-06-05An Altcoin Trader's Handbook