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Top 10 digital currency market prices & monthly price movement

Major cryptocurrencies continue to fall in September (as at September 19th 9:13)

The Top 10 digital currency market prices & monthly price movement in September (as at September 19th 9:13) are: Bitcoin $6,354.10 -9.56%; Ethereum $210.91 -25.17%; Ripple $0.3299 -1.55%; Bitcoin Cash $434.54 -20.04% ; EOS $5.09 -20.73%; Stellar Lumens $0.2092 -5.71%; Litecoin $53.92 -13.09%; Tether $0.9980 -0.18%; Cardano $0.0736 -27.65%;  Monero $110.16 -5.43%.

The digital currency market

There are over 2,000 tokens, coin and traded cryptocurrencies. The digital currency market is significant and continues to grow as new coins are launched. This article looks at the largest cryptocurrencies and tracks their monthly movement. All the currencies are listed in order of market capitalisation and we are listing prices converted to US dollars.

Digital currency market prices and price movements as at September 19th 9:13

  1. Bitcoin (BTCtoUSD) $6,354.10 -9.56%
  2. Ethereum (ETHtoUSD) $210.91 -25.17%
  3. Ripple (XRPtoUSD) $0.3299 -1.55%
  4. Bitcoin Cash (BCHtoUSD) $434.54 -20.04%
  5. EOS (EOStoUSD) $5.09 -20.73%
  6. Stellar Lumens (XLMtoUSD) $0.2092 -5.71%
  7. Litecoin (LTCtoUSD) $53.92 -13.09%
  8. Tether (USDTtoUSD) $0.9980 -0.18%
  9. Cardano (ADAtoUSD) $0.0736 -27.65%
  10. Monero (XMRtoUSD) $110.16 -5.43%

Digital currency market commentary

We’re more than half way through September and the majority of the top cryptocurrencies continue to show falls for the month as they did in August. This week has seen most currencies gaining values. Therefore the monthly decline compared to the last analysis (12th September) is reduced. For Ripple in particular this week’s gains have been large. It is still down 1.55% for the month but at the last analysis is was down 22.30% so over the last seven days it has made a strong recovery.

Digital currency market research

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About Bitcoin

In August 2008, the domain name bitcoin.org was registered. On 31st October 2008, a paper was published called “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System”. This was authored by Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of Bitcoin. To date, no one knows who this person, or people, are.

Bitcoin news

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Live Bitcoin prices

Current Bitcoin pricing information is available on the ticker bar at the top of our site in the following currency equivalents:

US Dollar – BTCtoUSD

British Pound Sterling – BTCtoGBP

Japanese Yen – BTCtoJPY

Euro – BTCtoEUR

Australian Dollar – BTCtoAUD

Russian Rouble – BTCtoRUB

About Ethereum

Ethereum was launched by Vitalik Buterin on 30th July 2015. He was a researcher and programmer working on Bitcoin Magazine and he initially wrote a white paper in 2013 describing Ethereum. Buterin had proposed that Bitcoin needed a scripting language. He decided to develop a new platform with a more general scripting language when he couldn’t get buy in to his proposal.

Ethereum news

Chris Skinner: Tired old Bitcoin is a spent force, but the age of Ethereum is dawning

Live Ethereum prices

Current Ethereum pricing information is available on the ticker bar at the top of our site in the following currency equivalents:

US Dollar – ETHtoUSD

British Pound Sterling – ETHtoGBP

Japanese Yen – ETHtoJPY

Euro – ETHtoEUR

Australian Dollar – ETHtoAUD

Russian Rouble – ETHtoRUB

Bitcoin – ETHtoBTC

About Ripple

Ripple is a real-time gross settlement system (RTGS) developed by the Ripple company. It is also referred to as the Ripple Transaction Protocol (RTXP) or Ripple protocol. It can trace its roots to 2004 when a web developer called Ryan Fugger had the idea to create a monetary system that was decentralised and could effectively allow individuals to create their own money.

Ripple news

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Live Ripple prices

Current Ripple pricing information is available on the ticker bar at the top of our site in the following currency equivalents:

US Dollar – XRPtoUSD

British Pound Sterling – XRPtoGBP

Japanese Yen – XRPtoJPY

Euro – XRPtoEUR

Australian Dollar – XRPtoAUD

Russian Rouble – XRPtoRUB

Bitcoin – XRPtoBTC

About Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Cash was born out of the idea of making Bitcoin more practical for small day-to-day payments. In May 2017, Bitcoin payments took about four days unless a fee was paid which was proportionately too large for small transactions. A change to the code was implemented and Bitcoin Cash was born on 1st August 2017.

Bitcoin Cash news

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Live Bitcoin Cash prices

Current Bitcoin Cash pricing information is available on the ticker bar at the top of our site in the following currency equivalents:

US Dollar – BCHtoUSD

British Pound Sterling – BCHtoGBP

Japanese Yen – BCHtoJPY

Euro – BCHtoEUR

Australian Dollar – BCHtoAUD

Russian Rouble – BCHtoRUB

Bitcoin – BCHtoBTC

About EOS

The EOSIO platform was developed by private company block.one and released as open source software on 2nd June 2018. One billion tokens are being distributed on the Ethereum blockchain by block.one. EOS is based on a white paper published in 2017 and the CEO of block.one (Brendan Blumer) announced it will be supported with over $1 billion.

EOS news

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Live EOS prices

Current EOS pricing information is available on the ticker bar at the top of our site in the following currency equivalents:

US Dollar – EOStoUSD

British Pound Sterling – EOStoGBP

Japanese Yen – EOStoJPY

Euro – EOStoEUR

Australian Dollar – EOStoAUD

Russian Rouble – EOStoRUB

Bitcoin – EOStoBTC

About Stellar Lumens

Stellar was founded in 2014 by Jed McCaleb and Joyce Kim. At launch it was based on the Ripple protocol but the network eventually forked. Stellar is an open source protocol for exchanging money where servers use the internet to connect to and communicate with other Stellar servers, forming a global value exchange network.

Stellar Lumens news:

Stellar first to receive Islamic stamp of approval

Live XLM prices

Current XLM pricing information is available on the ticker bar at the top of our site in the following currency equivalents:

US Dollar – XLMtoUSD

British Pound Sterling – XLMtoGBP

Japanese Yen – XLMtoJPY

Euro – XLMtoEUR

Australian Dollar – XLMtoAUD

Russian Rouble – XLMtoRUB

Bitcoin – XLMtoBTC

About Litecoin

Litecoin was released in October 2011 by Charlie Lee, a former Google employee. It was a fork of Bitcoin with the main difference being a smaller block generation time, increased maximum number of coins and a different script-based algorithm.

Litecoin news

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Live LTC prices

Current LTC pricing information is available on the ticker bar at the top of our site in the following currency equivalents:

US Dollar – LTCtoUSD

British Pound Sterling – LTCtoGBP

Japanese Yen – LTCtoJPY

Euro – LTCtoEUR

Australian Dollar – LTCtoAUD

Russian Rouble – LTCtoRUB

Bitcoin – LTCtoBTC

About Tether

Tether was issued on the Bitcoin blockchain. In their own words “Tether converts cash into digital currency, to anchor or “tether” the value of the coin to the price of national currencies”. So, the value is meant to mirror that of the US dollar and each unit of Tether is backed by $1 held in reserve. One of the main uses of Tether is to facilitate trading between cryptocurrencies with a rate fixed to the US$ allowing traders to take advantage of trading opportunities.

Tether news

Tether linked to Bitcoin price manipulation, study finds

Live USDT prices

Current USDT pricing information is available on the ticker bar at the top of our site in the following currency equivalents:

US Dollar – USDTtoUSD

British Pound Sterling – USDTtoGBP

Japanese Yen – USDTtoJPY

Euro – USDTtoEUR

Australian Dollar – USDTtoAUD

Russian Rouble – USDTtoRUB

Bitcoin – USDTtoBTC

About Cardano

Cardano claims to have tried to change the way cryptocurrencies are designed and developed, balancing the best of the functionality of several cryptocurrencies into one coin. The project began in 2015, the work of a global team of scientists and academics. ADA was released in September 2017.

Cardano news

‘Cryptocurrency still misunderstood’, Mistertango interview

Live ADA prices

Current ADA pricing information is available on the ticker bar at the top of our site in the following currency equivalents:

US Dollar – ADAtoUSD

British Pound Sterling – ADAtoGBP

Japanese Yen – ADAtoJPY

Euro – ADAtoEUR

Australian Dollar – ADAtoAUD

Russian Rouble – ADAtoRUB

Bitcoin – ADAtoBTC

About Monero

Monero is well established and has been around since 2014. Proof of work is used (similar to Bitcoin) as a method of authenticating transactions and mining new coins. Monero features transactions where it cannot be seen who the originator or recipient is. Privacy is a key USP of Monero where payments are hidden. This has raised questions about what kind of transactions are being carried out using Monero.

Monero news:

Neo-Nazis raise cash to buy guns while encouraging followers to mine Monero

Live XMR prices

Current XMR pricing information is available on the ticker bar at the top of our site in the following currency equivalents:

US Dollar – XMRtoUSD

British Pound Sterling – XMRtoGBP

Japanese Yen – XMRtoJPY

Euro – XMRtoEUR

Australian Dollar – XMRtoAUD

Russian Rouble – XMRtoRUB

Bitcoin – XMRtoBTC

Previous prices

The Top 10 cryptocurrencies can change every month.

Digital currency market prices and price movements as at September 12th 15:44

  1. Bitcoin (BTCtoUSD) $6,280.80 -10.61%
  2. Ethereum (ETHtoUSD) $173.20 -34.7%
  3. Ripple (XRPtoUSD) $0.2604 -22.30%
  4. Bitcoin Cash (BCHtoUSD) $421.16 -22.50%
  5. EOS (EOStoUSD) $4.84 -24.73%
  6. Stellar Lumens (XLMtoUSD) $0.1930 -12.60%
  7. Litecoin (LTCtoUSD) $48.88 -21.33%
  8. Tether (USDTtoUSD) $0.9997 -0.21%
  9. Cardano (ADAtoUSD) $0.0630 -38.05%
  10. Monero (XMRtoUSD) $98.03 -15.85%

Digital currency market prices and price movements as at September 7th 13:02

  1. Bitcoin (BTCtoUSD) $6,380.30 -9.19%
  2. Ethereum (ETHtoUSD) $217.89 -22.7%
  3. Ripple (XRPtoUSD) $0.2875 -14.22%
  4. Bitcoin Cash (BCHtoUSD) $501.09 -7.82%
  5. EOS (EOStoUSD) $4.98 -22.73%
  6. Stellar Lumens (XLMtoUSD) $0.2022 -8.71%%
  7. Litecoin (LTCtoUSD) $55.26 -11.06%
  8. Tether (USDTtoUSD) $0.9997 -0.01%
  9. Cardano (ADAtoUSD) $0.0830 -18.36%
  10. Monero (XMRtoUSD) $110.92 -4.74%

Digital currency market prices and price movements as at August 23rd 18.17

  1. Bitcoin (BTCtoUSD) $6,463.60 -16.35%
  2. Ethereum (ETHtoUSD) $278.43 -35.45%
  3. Ripple (XRPtoUSD) $0.3199 -26.31%
  4. Bitcoin Cash (BCHtoUSD) $528.06 – 31.88%
  5. EOS (EOStoUSD) $4.8682 -32.63%
  6. Litecoin (LTCtoUSD) $56.30 -28.59%
  7. Cardano (ADAtoUSD) $0.0920 -35.02%
  8. Stellar Lumens (XLMtoUSD) $0.2154 -22.75%
  9. IOTA (MIOTAtoUSD) $0.5054 -46.54%
  10. Tether (USDTtoUSD) $0.9998 0.18%

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