Worst cryptocurrency list
Litecoin (LTC) is a cryptocurrency designed to provide fast, secure and low-cost payments by leveraging the unique properties of blockchain technology.
Cryptocurrencies are created on the basis of the Bitcoin (BTC) protocol, but differ in the hashing algorithm used, hard limits, block transaction times, and a few other factors. Litecoin has a block time of just 2.5 minutes, extremely low transaction fees, and is suitable for microtransactions and point-of-sale payments.
Litecoin’s current price today is $100.16 with a 24-hour trading volume of $1,946,282,151. We update our LTC prices in real time in USD. Litecoin is down 20.12% in the past 24 hours. Currently ranked 21st on CoinMarketCap with a real market cap of $6,958,067,611. There are 69,468,744 LTC coins in circulation, the largest. Supply of 84,000,000 LTC tokens.
If you are wondering where to buy Litecoin, the leading cryptocurrency exchanges currently used to trade Litecoin stocks are Binance, OKX, FTX, Huobi Global and CoinTiger.
Celsius ended the year down 29.4% at $3.86. That caused it to drop to No. 94 on the list of the largest cryptocurrencies with a market cap of $922 million as of Dec. 31.
Launched in June 2018, the token offers “cryptocurrency deposit rewards, as well as services such as loans and wallet-style payments.” Investors using the Celsius platform receive interest on their cryptocurrency holdings.
Holding Tether is not the same as holding USD. The price could be pegged to the dollar, but if Tether goes mainstream—many people try to swap their Tether for dollars—there’s no guarantee that companies will have enough cash to pay.
65.4% is in commercial paper
That equates to almost half of Tether’s total reserves
3.9% is in cash
That equates to 2.9% of its total reserves
Commercial paper is a short-term loan usually offered to companies. The problem is that Tether has not released information on which loans it has made. We don’t know who the borrower is or what type of debt it is. On top of that, we don’t know how easily Tether will be able to get this money.
It should also be noted that the detailed breakdown of Tether’s reserves has not been independently verified. Accountancy firm Moore Cayman confirmed earlier this year that the figures were “fairly presented”, but that was not the same as a full audit.
Launched in 2020, it is the decentralized algorithmic stablecoin of the Terra blockchain. Its value is pegged to the U.S. dollar and is intended to benefit the Terra community. TerraUSD is trading at around $1 with a market cap of over $2.026 billion. It has an all-time high of $1.05 (January 30, 2021) and has returned 0.01% over the past 30 days.
Synthetix Network (SNX)
- Price 13: $10.81
- 1-year price change: +101%
Synthetix Network Token is another triple-digit winner, making the “worst 10” list simply because of the top cryptocurrency’s massive gains over the past year. The Synthetix Network Token is the Ethereum token that powers Synthetix, a decentralized protocol for issuing synthetic assets. Synthetic assets created on the Ethereum blockchain are called Synths. SNX tokens are used as collateral to create new synths.
OMG Network (OMG)
- Price $8.45
- 1-year price change: +120.57%
It may be hard to believe that 120% growth over the past year places cryptocurrencies in the “worst 10” category, but the biggest cryptocurrencies usually have amazing years. The OMG Network, formerly OmiseGO, is a value transfer network for Ethereum and any ERC-20 token. According to its creators, this is the first production layer Ethereum Layer 2 scaling solution. Like most cryptocurrencies, it claims to be cheaper and faster to move money over the blockchain without compromising security.
- Price $1.31
- 1-year price change: +99.22%
Klaytn’s price has nearly doubled over the past year, but that still places it among the “last 10” largest cryptocurrencies in terms of annual performance. Klaytn is somewhat similar to the Facebook Libra network, but aims to combine the power of private and public blockchains with advanced features.
- Price $0.0191
- 1-year price change: +81.47%
Founded in 2018, Revain is a blockchain-based review platform divided into seven sections: Projects, Wallets, Games, Exchanges, Pools, Cards, and Casinos. Revain’s goal is to provide reliable user feedback through high-quality reviews of all global blockchain products and services.
- Price $4.64
- 1-year price change: +70.23%
EOS is designed for commercial developers and financial institutions looking to implement blockchain technology on a larger scale. Through innovations such as parallel processing, EOS attempts to support thousands of applications without charging high fees or slow confirmation times.
- Price $0.18
- 1-year price change: +46.48%
The new economy movement is based on the XEM cryptocurrency. NEM uses a consensus algorithm called Proof of Importance to verify transactions. The ultimate goal of the new economy movement is to create a healthy collaborative ecosystem based on transparency and openness.
Compound Dai (CDAI)
- Price $0.0216
- 1-year price change: +9.27%
Compound Dai claims to be the safest currency protocol and is backed by a number of high-profile investors including Bain Capital. On a technical level, Compound Dai is an algorithmic offline interest rate protocol built for developers. Compound Dai’s goal is to open up the world of open financial applications.
Crypto.com Coin (CRO)
- Price $0.17
- 1-year price change: +8.01%
Crypto.com Chain is an Ethereum token that supports Crypto.com Pay. Crypto.com Pay is a value transfer service that provides refund rewards to users who use cryptocurrency to pay for goods and services in the system.
Bitcoin SV (BSV)
- Price $155.20
- 1-year price change: -4.65%
Bitcoin SV is one of the few major cryptocurrencies that has lost value over the past year. Bitcoin SV is a fork of Bitcoin Cash (BCH) that forks twice a year based on scheduled protocol upgrades. Bitcoin SV was created on November 15, 2020, after a conflict between competitors resulted in a fork that was incompatible with the published roadmap.
- Price $32,018.03
- 1-year price change: -26.90%
YFI is an Ethereum token running on the Yearn.finance platform that uses automation to help investors get the best conditions and increase their profits. YFI is a governance token, which means it allows holders to vote on changes to the protocol structure or operating model. As with any other cryptocurrency, tokens are rarely distributed by users who must buy and sell tokens in the first place.
Created in 2018, it is a permissionless blockchain designed to provide higher throughput and the ability to execute thousands of transactions per second. It uses sharding as a second level scaling solution. Zilliqa is currently trading at around $0.06127 with a market cap of over $705 million. It has an all-time high of $0.2563 (6 May 2021) and has produced a -18% return over the past 30 days. Zilliqa is one of the worst performing crypto.