Cryptocurrency: Top 5 winning and losing coins 13 March 2018
There are still some recent gains, even as cryptocurrency markets continue diving.
There's a lot of red on the board as cryptocurrency markets continue slumping. Despite that, there are still some gains, but in the volatile cryptocurrency world, they might be back in the red by the time you read this. Note that in many cases the large gains or losses will be mostly due to a recent shift in the other direction.
Meet the top 24-hour winners and losers today, at the time of writing, of the top 100 coins by market cap according to CoinMarketCap.
A decentralised network that lets users distribute their computing resources to each other, similar to Golem and MaidSafeCoin, but perhaps with a stronger emphasis on ease of use for anyone, even without any particular technical knowledge.
A large general purpose blockchain network, designed to the digitisation of assets, smart contracts and other tokens in the same ecosystem.
A coin that can be redeemed for SIRIN hardware at a discount relative to their anticipated fiat currency prices.
A monetary style token that wants to be used for payments. Its most defining characteristics are an enthusiastic community and a lack of technical documentation.
The native token of the Kucoin exchange. It pays dividends to its holders, of a portion of the total transaction fees paid on the platform. Someone with a lot of Kucoin Shares will eventually find themselves with a very wide range of small amounts of other coins, which can add up over time.
A blockchain for teeth and the dental industry as a whole.
The native token of the Byteball system, a decentralised system that allows for conditional smart contract-based payments.
A platform for building decentralised applications (DApps), designed to be usable with a wide range of cryptocurrencies.
The native token of the Syscoin decentralised marketplace.
5. Veritaseum – down 9.9%
The native token of the Veritaseum marketplace, designed to allow for the digitisation and trustless exchange of assets.
Disclosure: At the time of writing the author holds ETH, IOTA, ICX, VEN, XLM, SALT, BTC, NANO
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