Bitcoin Dominance Rate Hits 50% For First Time in 2018
Bitcoin (BTC) now accounts for 50% of the total cryptocurrency market cap.
Since December 19, 2001, CoinMarketCap's bit coin dominance ratio (an indicator of the ratio of total cryptocurrency market capitalization contributed by leading cryptocurrency) reached 50% for the first time.
According to the media, BitCoin's market capitalization currently stands at $ 105,785,552,545, which is about $ 910 million more than the combined market cap of all other merged creep-tocks.
Charts with CoinMarketCap
The chart above shows that the beat coin dominance has steadily increased over the last few months and is now a 14% increase from May 1. The market dominance of all other Cryptic currencies during the same period is generally in decline.
When Bitcoin's market dominance was more than 50%, the situation was very different.
On December 19, the average price of BTC was $ 17,605.81 at the exchange, which is 65% higher than today's Crypto currency value, according to the Coffin Desk Bit Coin Price Index.
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