The first and largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin paved the ways for hundreds of similar currencies and boasts a market cap of over $100 billion.
The world's second-largest cryptocurrency, it is labelled by many as 'the next Bitcoin'. Ethereum has received international recognition and support from giant organisations such as Microsoft, JP Morgan, and Intel.
Dash's focus is on instant transactions and owner privacy. Dash has an infrastructure that enables much faster transactions than other cryptocurrencies and therefore displays higher liquidity than many of its counterparts.
Designed by a former Google engineer to improve upon Bitcoin's technology, Litecoin offers quicker processing times and a larger number of tokens. It is also the first cryptocurrency to implement SegWit, a method of speeding up transaction times without compromising the underlying blockchain technology.
Bitcoin Cash CFD
Bitcoin Cash resulted from a hard fork of the Bitcoin blockchain. It increased block size from 1 megabyte to 8 megabytes without incorporating SegWit.
Ripple is both a transaction network and crypto token which was created in 2012 as the go-to cryptocurrency for banks and global money transfers, and has recently experienced a period of growth.
EOS is a decentralized operating system based on blockchain technology. It is designed to support of decentralized applications on a commercial-scale by giving all the required core functionalities.
Emercoin is an open-source cryptocurrency which originated from Bitcoin, Peercoin and Namecoin. Other than being a cryptocurrency, it is also a platform for secure distributed blockchain business services.
Namecoin is a blockchain protocol that serves as a naming system. Since Namecoin is a fork of Bitcoin, it is also a cryptocurrency that can be used for peer-to-peer transactions.
PeerCoin aims to solve the inefficiency problem of the Proof-of-Work that is used by bitcoin and many other coins using its own Proof-of-Stake system.