Coinmarketcap.com tracks the prices, #Market Capitalization, supply, and volume traded of more than 1,000 #Cryptocurrencies worldwide. The data is tracked in real-time. The website also tracks recently added currency.

Highest and lowest priced cryptocurrency

The highest priced Cryptocurrencies are Bitcoin ($2,443), Byteball ($581), Gnosis ($248), Ethereum ($224), and Zcash ($217).

The lowest priced cryptocurrencies are Bytecoin ($0.0012), ReddCoin ($0.0013), Dogecoin ($0.0021), Verge ($0.003), and Siacoin ($0.0084).

Market supply and demand determine the #price of cryptocurrency.

Top and bottom cryptocurrencies by capitalization

Bitcoin has the highest market capitalization when compared to other cryptocurrencies.

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Its market cap is $40 billion; meaning that the value of all Bitcoins in circulation is worth $40 billion. Ethereum comes second with a market cap of $20 billion. Ripple is third with a market cap of $8 billion, Litecoin is fourth at $2.5 billion, while Etherium Classic is fifth at $1.5 billion.

Cryptocurrencies with the lowest market capitalization are SIBCoin, Viacoin, Blocknet, Quantum, and Storj. All have a market capitalization of about $19 million.

The market capitalization of cryptocurrency is determined by price and supply.

Highest overall gains in the past seven days

1. Chain Coin +854%

2. Score coin +848%

3. El coin +596%

4. Neutron +244%

5. Bitcoin Fast +176%

Highest overall losses in the past seven days

1. Ten X -98%

2. Stealth coin -76%

3. Unbreakable Coin -72%

4. Mysterium -59%

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Internet of People -55%

Cryptocurrencies that have recently joined the cryptocurrency market

Metal, JetCoin, SunContract, AntCoin, and Polybius are the new cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin was the first to be introduced. Future prices of cryptocurrencies are unknown. Most governments around the world have refrained from regulating the currency and have not allowed their citizens to use them. Most refer to the cryptocurrency market as a boom about to burst. Lack of government regulation and future uncertainties have barred people from investing in them. Wall Street strategist Tom Lee sees the value of Bitcoin going up to $55,000 by 2022, while Warren Buffett has warned investors against investing in them. The cryptocurrency market is also saturated with over 1,000 cryptocurrencies, thus making regulation hard. It will be interesting to see what the future holds.