Cryptocurrency Market Watch
Crypto assets listed by market cap for traders and enthusiasts
Cryptocurrency’s future may depend on cybersecurity, according to a recent special report from Global Risk Insights, a publication for political risk news and analysis, which notes that more than 100 cryptocurrency exchanges have emerged.
Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that by 2021 more than 70 per cent of all cryptocurrency transactions annually will be for illegal activity, up from current estimates ranging anywhere from 20 percent (of the 5 major cryptocurrencies) to nearly 50 percent (of Bitcoin) in 2017.
Around $72 billion of illegal activity per year involves Bitcoin, which is close to the scale of the U.S. and European markets for illegal drugs, according to a study published by the University of Sydney in Australia, ranked as one of the top 100 universities globally.
Whether you’re an investor, a market watcher, or a cybersecurity expert, we are providing you with a list containing most of the available crypto assets, sorted based on the market capitalization. The key metrics such as closing price, total and available number of coins, traded volume and price change percentage are all available at a quick glance. Cryptocurrency Markets by TradingView
If you don’t see data from certain exchanges, it means that they are not yet supported.
Knowledge is power in the war against cybercrime. The more we know about cryptocurrencies, the better.
– Lovepreet Singh is founder at Five Rivers Ventures