The most expensive cryptocurrencies
It is oddly enough, but Bitcoin is not the most expensive cryptocurrency. Today, there are much more expensive cryptocurrencies on the market. We present you with a rating of the 5 most expensive cryptocurrencies.
5. RSK Smart Bitcoin (RBTC)
RSK Smart Bitcoin is the first cryptocurrency with a two-way link to Bitcoin. This means that RBTC tokens can be freely exchanged for BTC and back. The RSK network rewards bitcoin miners for using this cryptocurrency, thereby popularizing smart contracts. The main purpose of RSK is to add value to the Bitcoin ecosystem by incorporating smart contracts, speeding up payments and scalability.
The coin began trading on the exchanges in December 2018 and continues to update the maximum.
4. Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC)
Wrapped Bitcoin cryptocurrency was created by a group of blockchain companies with the aim of increasing liquidity between Ethereum and Bitcoin. This currency was the first to be created on the basis of Ethereum and tied to bitcoin in a ratio of 1:1. The project is completely centralized. Tokens are produced by Bitgo Company. At its core, WBTC is a regular stablecoin.
Wrapped Bitcoin began trading on the exchanges relatively recently - January 31, 2019, so following Bitcoin, it continues to update the highs.
3. Bitcoin (BTC)
This currency, perhaps, does not need presentation and any comments. The only thing worth noting: due to the unexpected growth that began in March 2019, many experts predict the currency will rise up to $100,000.
Bitcoin first became available on the exchanges in 2009, and peaked at $20,089 in December 2018.
2. Project-X (NANOX)
Project-X breaks all the patterns around cryptocurrencies. Let's start with the fact that there is always only 1 NANOX coin. The total capitalization of this cryptocurrency is $1,654 while the value is $21,136.01. How does it happen, you ask? It is very simple - the coin is traded in parts.
The coin began trading on the exchanges in August 2017, and on December 25, 2017 its price peaked at $2,530,660.
1. 42-coin (42)
The history of the coin began on January 4, 2014, when the 42-coin coin was bought on eBay for $46.5. It got its name from the number of coins that will ever be issued - 42. In addition to being one of the most expensive cryptocurrencies on the market, 42Coin is the fastest coin. It takes 42 seconds for a transaction to be done. For example, Bitcoin takes an average of 10 minutes, Lightcoin about 2 minutes.
The coin began trading on the exchange on January 14, 2014 with a value of $1,013,620.