All Cryptocurrency & Altcoins

£6,585.79
-4.80 (7 days)
Bitcoin

Bitcoin

Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrecny to be created and continues to lead the market in terms of value and authority. The new form of currency has taken the world by storm.

£44.82
-5.50 (7 days)
Litecoin

Litecoin

Litecoin is described as a peer-to-peer Internet currency that enables instant, near-zero cost payments to anyone in the world.

£0.20
-6.69 (7 days)
XRP

XRP

Ripple is an innovative blockchain network that uses the XRP token to facilitate financial transactions.

£139.84
-3.25 (7 days)
Ethereum

Ethereum

Except for occasions when it’s slightly beaten out by Ripple, Ethereum is the second most valuable cryptocurrency in the industry.

£0.20
-3.48 (7 days)
IOTA

IOTA

IOTA is a payment or a transaction verification system that does not work on blockchain, instead it uses Tangle.

£206.33
-5.80 (7 days)
Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Cash is an almost identical bitcoin concept. Some regard it as a bold new vision for Bitcoin, others deride it as a failure or a scam.

£0.01
-2.11 (7 days)
TRON

TRON

Tron is an altcoin that was established in 2017 as part of a blockchain-powered platform geared towards entertainment content sharing

£2.59
-3.70 (7 days)
EOS

EOS

The EOS whitepaper was published in 2017 before an initial coin offering (ICO) took place the same year. The ICO stands as one of the largest initial coin sales of all time.

£0.06
-0.54 (7 days)
Stellar

Stellar

Stellar Lumens are used on the Stellar network to pay for transaction fees and act as an intermediary currency for other assets.

£48.40
1.43 (7 days)
Monero

Monero

Monero is a cryptocurrency just like Bitcoin, but the only thing that makes it different from Bitcoin is its untraceability.

£28.02
-2.26 (7 days)
Zcash

Zcash

ZCash (ZEC) uses the Zerocash system, that allows it to keep the information of the users trading on its network – anonymous and secure.

£9.35
11.77 (7 days)
NEO

NEO

One of the most popular cryptocurrencies of the world, and a product of Chinese manufacturing, is Neo.

£52.84
-3.33 (7 days)
Dash

Dash

Dash is described as a privacy-centric cryptocurrency. Dash allows you to remain anonymous while you make transactions, similar to cash.

£0.16
-3.40 (7 days)
Ark

Ark

Ark is quickly climbing the altcoin rankings. A fork of Lisk that’s committed to user-friendly independent blockchain, Ark has floated ideas and made promises like private blockchain that deploy with a click of a button and SmartBridge technology to bring the separated ecosystem back together.

£0.03
0.57 (7 days)
NEM

NEM

Proof of Importance algorithm is an important thing to understand, to learn how NEM functions.

£0.03
2.90 (7 days)
Cardano

Cardano

Cardano is closer to Ethereum (ETH) than Bitcoin (BTC) because it uses smart contracts as the basis for its transactions.

£3.55
-9.14 (7 days)
Ethereum Classic

Ethereum Classic

Ethereum’s initial idea was to offer an autonomous network where ‘computer code is law’. The aim was to remove the possibility of fraud or control by others.

£8.36
-6.68 (7 days)
Augur

Augur

Augur is another cryptocurrency based on the ever-popular Ethereum blockchain. The decentralised Augur platform took a while to emerge With initial funding having been launched in August 2015, the project eventually went live in July 2018.

£0.25
1.51 (7 days)
Bancor

Bancor

Bancor is a blockchain protocol that enables purchasers of the unit to convert a variety of digital currencies directly, rather than being forced to exchange them on a platform such as Coinbase.

£15.76
2.43 (7 days)
Binance Coin

Binance Coin

Binance Coin doesn’t get the press of mainstream cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum, but that’s only because Binance Coin BNB isn’t meant to be a mainstream currency. Binance Coin is meant to be used on Binance coin exchange, where traders can get discounts through its use when buying any of the coins supported by Binance.

£6.16
-6.82 (7 days)
Bitcoin Gold

Bitcoin Gold

Bitcoin Gold have forked a new version of Bitcoin. One that is resistant to mining centralization. It a way for everyone who isn’t a massive company to relive the days when Bitcoin mining was profitable on GPU rigs and it was worth leaving a gaming PC on overnight.

£0.06
-4.14 (7 days)
BlackCoin

BlackCoin

When Bitcoin entered and exploded the market of centralized Fiat currency, the world awaited a revolution. And it started with the recession that followed in 2009, that made most people distrust and hate the banks and government. It gave an all new face to digital currency.

£0.01
-3.35 (7 days)
DigiByte

DigiByte

Digibyte is DGB is the coin perhaps best positioned to cause major problems for both Bitcoin and Ethereum, functioning both as a payment network and smart contract platform.

£9.29
-4.91 (7 days)
DigixDAO

DigixDAO

Digix completed the first ever crowd-sale fundraising event on the Ethereum Blockchain in March 2016. It surpassed expectations by reaching its 5.5 million USD target. More impressive is it managed it in 12 hours. People from all around the world purchased a tokenized stake in a decentralised autonomous organisation.

£0.00
-1.30 (7 days)
Dogecoin

Dogecoin

Dogecoin to USD has proven remarkably resilient over the years. In fact, Dogecoin is one of the space’s big success stories, having grown from a price measured in ten-thousandths of a penny to its current standing at right around 1 cent.

£1.44
-5.08 (7 days)
Elastos

Elastos

Elastos is a blockchain based operating system and cryptocurrency that has been in development since 2003 when founder Chen Rong built, a smartphone operating system from scratch. Between 2012 and 2016, he worked on an os for IoT and smart home devices, creating a company called Kortide.

£0.00
-3.33 (7 days)
Electroneum

Electroneum

Electroneum ETN is one of those coins which has been sitting around the top 50 for quite some time, but which this writer hasn’t taken a close look at. In the several months since its $40 million ICO, Electroneum failed to stand out from the pack, but this is starting to change. What once seemed like a redundancy is starting to differentiate itself from the pack.

£2.24
0.14 (7 days)
Factom

Factom

Factom is one of the many coins which went parabolic in the last few months of 2017. And while this crowd of crypto projects contains some duds, Factom is most certainly not one of them. Factom’s use-case may not be as sexy to the average person as Worldwide Cash or New Decentralized Internet, but it nonetheless addresses a problem which affects all of us and most certainly needs to be solved.

£0.00
-1.40 (7 days)
FunFair

FunFair

With the cryptocurrency market having thousands of different tokens, it’s not surprising that the vast majority of them are geared towards niche audiences. If anything, we’re advancing towards a future where there’s a cryptocurrency for every ecosystem you can think of, all of them making a living – or trying to – by piggybacking on the success of larger blockchain projects.

£1.16
0.36 (7 days)
Gas

Gas

There are few crypto projects more exciting than NEO (the so-called “Ethereum of China”). NEO is making huge advances into the smart contract and dapp spaces, with footprints in other sectors within cryptocurrency. If improvements continue being made on this blockchain, it will surely be one of the top 2 or 3 cryptocurrencies in the next couple of years.

£0.04
-0.11 (7 days)
Golem

Golem

The Golem Network is trying to become a decentralized sharing economy of computing power. What does that mean? Well, say you have a powerful gaming PC, rendering rig or server farm, the majority of the time you won’t be running these machines at anywhere near max power.

£0.12
-5.73 (7 days)
ICON

ICON

ICON is a Korean cryptocurrency that’s been in development for the last three years. It was founded by the Dayli Financial Group, A Korean fintech company that’s valued in the billions of dollars. They also own popular exchange Coinone.

£0.00
-8.56 (7 days)
Kin

Kin

Kik is one of the most important names in social media. It’s a ubiquitous chat app that’s been around for a few years now. And even though it has survived more than a couple of hype cycles at this point, there seems to be a great deal of life left in the Kin model, especially as the company introduces cryptocurrency to the system and expands into a new digital ecosystem built upon the blockchain.

£0.71
26.80 (7 days)
Komodo

Komodo

Komodo coin is one of the most multi-faceted cryptocurrencies, with the larger Komodo ecosystem providing many different services and developments for the blockchain space. Komodo coin KMD has risen from its humble ICO beginnings to a Komodo coin price of over $11 at all time high.

£0.58
-2.65 (7 days)
Lisk

Lisk

Lisk is one of the most thought-provoking cryptocurrencies out there – a virtual coin that makes the thinking investor sit back at their chair, scratch their skin, and go “hmmm”. This is because Lisk’s potential is enormous, their team of developers is excellent, and their disruption potential is off the charts. But will Lisk make good on its promise?

£0.02
-4.10 (7 days)
Loopring

Loopring

Loopring is a decentralised exchange that’s building a blockchain to exchange digital assets without relying on intermediaries, whose actions we can’t control. Using smart contracts, it facilitates instant settlements on popular platforms like Ethereum, Neo and Qtum. Definitely an altcoin to keep an eye on.

£0.10
-3.16 (7 days)
MaidSafeCoin

MaidSafeCoin

Maidsafecoin is one of the more idiosyncratic projects in the cryptocurrency industry. For one, it’s not a blockchain. For another, it has been around since the mid 2000’s, back when 50 Cent was the biggest name in hip-hop, “Barack Obama” was a weird-sounding name, and Amazon mostly sold used books.

£464.02
-9.65 (7 days)
Maker

Maker

Maker coin (MKR) is one of the most potentially valuable coins in all of cryptocurrency. It’s also one of the most misunderstood. Maker coin is part of a system that creates crypto’s most rock-solid stability coin, which is always locked at $1 in value. We say it’s the best because, unlike Tether, DAI has been audited multiple times. Maker coin is, in many ways, the yin to DAI’s yang.

£0.72
-4.63 (7 days)
Nano

Nano

Nano is one of the best performing cryptocurrency investments of the past 6 months, and it’s showing no signs of letting up. With the price of all cryptocurrencies low now, you should seriously consider buying Nano in anticipation of its upcoming development and adoption.

£0.46
1.67 (7 days)
Nebulas

Nebulas

Nebulas is a decentralized ranking algorithm for blockchains. It comparable to Google’s page rank algorithm, but Nebulas is more of a reputation and analytics tool than a search engine. As new Ethereum apps are continuously being developed and other platform like Lisk, ICON, Rchain, NEO and NEM, take off as a second Dapp platform, Nebulas plans to be the bridge between them.

£0.01
-5.72 (7 days)
Nxt

Nxt

NXT is a blockchain 2.0 solution that redefined what a blockchain could be, and still offers unique value to this day. NXT is characterized by the NXT client, which is basically the NXT wallet plus a lot more. The NXT price reflects the multifarious state of the NXT coin, having been nearly as high as $2 just a couple of months ago, and just $0.32 today.

£0.79
5.17 (7 days)
OmiseGO

OmiseGO

Omise are a fintech company doing business in Thailand, Japan, Indonesia and Singapore. They provide a payment solution used by tens of thousands of merchants across Southeast Asia. And now the successful startup are trying to make lightning strike twice with their OmiseGo blockchain.

£0.00
-14.55 (7 days)
PACcoin

PACcoin

It’s all but impossible for a single person to keep up with the news related to the top 25 cryptocurrencies in the market today. Most dedicated traders won’t even have an idea about what all of the coins in the top 100 even are. Still more unfamiliar are the coins new and old which lurk beneath the top 100.

£0.42
6.28 (7 days)
Populous

Populous

Populous is a company building a blockchain that collects capital from investors to finance invoice factoring. Factoring takes up 28% of global banking profits. It is an investment machine that banks have created where people can throw money into these funds that banks loan to companies who need to pay their employees. There might be months of expenses at the end of a long contract.

£0.04
0.74 (7 days)
Power Ledger

Power Ledger

Since the first blockchain was created, the community has strived to find new uses to impact industrial and daily life processes. Over the last decade, thousands of possible uses have appeared. Some of them have been ill-conceived, but plenty more have actually held some weight by attempting to solve or simplify systems that are rather complicated.

£1.69
0.82 (7 days)
Qtum

Qtum

Qtum is a cryptocurrency and blockchain founded by Patrick Dai in early 2017. A record smashing ICO raised 15.6 million in only 5 days. Now the team based in Singapore are working on a bridge between Bitcoin and Ethereum. Qtum want’s to combine the functionality of both cryptocurrencies and make a smart contract platform with the immutability of Bitcoin.

£0.01
1.35 (7 days)
Quantstamp

Quantstamp

When a new crypto startup is launched, it comes with a massive expectation that projects it as the next big thing. However, not every project has that possibility. Some projects aim lower, and some just try to make what’s already available a little better and more useful.

£0.00
-11.09 (7 days)
ReddCoin

ReddCoin

The world has seen a meteoric rise of cryptocurrencies or digital currencies in the past decade, especially in last one year. Digital currencies might have evolved as a popular asset for many, but the real world usage is still limited. Bitcoin, Ether and other currencies are popular investment options now, but how many people actually use them in their everyday transactions? Above that, the major question that arises is – whether everyone understands the concept properly to use it?

£0.00
-1.73 (7 days)
Siacoin

Siacoin

Sia is one of the few altcoins that has released a product and is already doing what was promised. Right now, anyone can upload files and store them on the Sia network. It works at scale, and it’s a fraction of the price of uploading to AWS and other cloud storage companies. The recently released Sia v1.3.1 brought significant improvements to the network and on these foundations, Sia coin has become a highly sort after cryptocurrency.

£0.11
1.14 (7 days)
Steem

Steem

Everyone is aware of the number of hours we spend online, browsing social media. Reddit alone generates billions of dollars of business every year from its users. Users are the sole content creators. Users are the content viewers. But it is Reddit that makes money out of it! Now imagine getting paid for the Reddit answers or Quora posts that you publish online.

£0.23
-3.79 (7 days)
Stratis

Stratis

Many people think that 2018 is going to be the year when blockchain goes mainstream. Sure, your grandma has probably heard about Bitcoin at this point, but we’re still a long way from widespread user adoption. Those who actually use blockchain technologies remain a tiny percentage of the population. But this could change in the near future.

£0.78
-1.00 (7 days)
Tether

Tether

There is no digital currency more useful, or mired in controversy, than Tether. If you’ve been keeping up with crypto news over the past year, you’ve heard Tether’s name attached to conspiracy theories, lawsuits, and general hysteria. But is there anything behind the negative sentiment surrounding Tether, or is this nothing more than an internet rumor that got out of control.

£0.90
-1.04 (7 days)
Tezos

Tezos

Tezos is a blockchain project aiming to address problems with governance that are affecting current cryptocurrencies. The idea is let coin holders vote on the direction the coin is going to take and upgrades they are going to implement. At the time, Tezos was the most successful ICO raising $232 million dollars in 20 days.

£0.07
3.03 (7 days)
THETA

THETA

To say that streaming video is popular is a bit of an understatement. Since well before the time of Youtube, streaming video has been part of the very fabric of the internet. Today, it’s how we get our news, how we entertain ourselves, how we educate our children, and much more. Youtube has become an international phenomenon with individual videos receiving literally billions of views.

£0.01
41.89 (7 days)
VeChain

VeChain

VeChain is a Chinese blockchain focusing on IoTs, supply chain management, digital IDs and the authentication of luxury goods. A year ago, it would have been impossible to tell if VeChain was a complete scam coin or the next Ethereum. Since then, major partners have come out of the woodworks including the National Chinese Governments, and VeChain is looking more like an undervalued altcoin and less like vaporware by the day.

£0.00
28.72 (7 days)
Verge

Verge

Verge Coin XVG is one of the most talked-about cryptocurrencies in the early 2018 market. This payment/privacy coin was one of only two gainers in the entire market, during the Q1 2018 crypto crash. It’s huge community, active developer pool around the world, and growing use cases make Verge Coin XVG a project we expect to stick around for the long haul.

£0.20
-1.61 (7 days)
Vertcoin

Vertcoin

Vertcoin is an ASICs resistant proof of work blockchain. Centralised mining makes it possible for malicious nodes to attack networks for their own economic gain. The 4 largest mining pools, in 2018, control over 51% of the hashing power. This is the problem that Vertcoin are trying to solve. Their solution is a simple one. Make it easier to mine Vertcoin on a cheap GPU that an expensive ASICs.

£0.54
-2.65 (7 days)
Waltonchain

Waltonchain

Waltonchain is an IOTs blockchain solution trying to improve logistics and supply chain management using in-house RFID technology. Through radio frequency identification (RFID) technology Waltonchain want to collate valuable information and upload it to a peer to peer blockchain network to monitor, track and troubleshoot supply chains on an industry wide scale.

£0.17
-2.69 (7 days)
Wanchain

Wanchain

Wanchain is a blockchain and cryptocurrency that’s trying to act as an intermediary between other digital assets. In theory, any organisation or individual can develop and provide their own financial services based on Wanchain, but the first item on the agenda is connecting existing major cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.

£0.02
-3.92 (7 days)
WAX

WAX

OPSkins, the world’s largest platform for trading video game skins and virtual goods, is building a decentralised exchange called WAX. The theory is that real time settlement, trustless and the low costs for deploying contracts to the network, means that blockchain can bring value to this growing virtual economy.

After the successful launch of Bitcoin, it was little wonder that other digital cryptocurrencies would want to get in on the act. The very first alternative cryptocurrency to Bitcoin came in April 2011 when Namecoin was introduced, aiming to nail the concept of proof-of-work mining. Wind the clock forward eight years and there are now hundreds of smaller and newer cryptocurrencies available to buy and sell, which have all been placed under the umbrella of ‘altcoins’ – short for ‘alternatives to Bitcoin’.

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On the whole, the leading altcoins for 2019 market themselves as a more progressive option than buying Bitcoin, as many attempt to forge a new path and learn from the several mistakes made by the Bitcoin community through the years.

Altcoins differ to Bitcoin in a plethora of ways. They may have an alternative coin distribution method, or they may have an entirely different economic model. Some may rely on the proof-of-work mining algorithms, while others might not depend on proof-of-work whatsoever. Today, there are altcoins out there to suit all your cryptocurrency needs. Fortunately, at Coinlist, we are the home of altcoins, dedicated to offering all you need to know about over 50 different altcoins in the crypto space.

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What are the main differences between altcoins?

Although there are said to be over 4,000 different altcoins in circulation in 2019, some of these altcoins are just alternate versions of Bitcoin with only minor changes to their make-up. However, there are some altcoins that are significantly different to Bitcoin in terms of their goals and purposes.

There are some altcoins that operate with totally different algorithms to that of Bitcoin. There are altcoins that use proof-of-stake algorithms, with no requirement for miners, only stakers. The latter are rewarded for working to verify transactions on blockchains. The difference between stakers and miners is that the former work individually, verifying separate blocks and thereby saving energy.

Some altcoins aren’t even designed to work as a digital currency like Bitcoin. The likes of NEO and Ethereum were founded to power applications built on their respective blockchains.

What is the difference between altcoin and cryptocurrency?

There is some confusion surrounding this question. In actual fact, altcoins are just as much cryptocurrency as Bitcoin is. Any altcoin cryptocurrency can be used as a tool or resource on a blockchain network and can be bought, sold or traded using their native blockchain tokens. These tokens may serve different purposes based on the blockchain network.

Table of leading altcoins

Bitcoin Cash Bitcoin Gold Ripple Litecoin Stellar
Total coins 21,000,000 21,000,000 100,000,000,000 84,000,000 103,800,000
Mining algorithm SHA256 Equihash N/A Scrypt N/A
Mining devices ASIC GPU N/A ASIC N/A
Value (as of 1st Jan 2019) £123 £10 £0.27 £23.77 £0.08
Block time 10 minutes 10 minutes 3.5 seconds 2.5 minutes 5 seconds
Find out more

What are hard and soft forks?

If you are unclear on the difference between a hard fork and a soft fork of a cryptocurrency, don’t panic. In general crypto terms, a fork is deemed a modification of existing open-source code, sometimes conducted as a test and sometimes as a fundamental change to an existing cryptocurrency.

Hard forks
A coding change to an existing protocol that renders the original or previous version invalid. The only real solution is for users of the original or previous fork to abandon it in favour of the latest hard fork.

Soft forks
A coding change that sees a protocol altered in a cosmetic way rather than a fundamental change to the previous or original protocol. The new version blocks will continue to be accepted by the previous or original nodes.

Why can some altcoins be created by mining and others can’t?

The advent of complex ASIC miners and proof-of-work algorithms has meant that some of the latest altcoins are designed so that they strictly cannot be mined. This decision was taken to reduce the reliance on energy and the fact that some altcoin founders believed the mining process to be unfair, with only those with the most powerful processing units capable of mining cryptocurrency fast enough.

How can you buy altcoins?

The best way to buy and invest in altcoins in 2019 is to use the leading cryptocurrency exchanges that allow you to trade fiat currencies and other cryptocurrencies in exchange for other crypto assets. There are some cryptocurrency exchanges that have integrated cryptocurrency wallets to help you store your altcoins securely from the moment you buy them. Alternatively, you may need a cold storage wallet to house your new altcoins offline away from the prying eyes of cyber-criminals.

Alternatively, you may consider trading the value of burgeoning altcoins via CFD brokers that offer markets to trade the underlying price of specified crypto assets without the need to physically store altcoins in a wallet.

What is the relation between an ICO and an altcoin?

An initial coin offering (ICO) is an exciting time for any new altcoin. It’s a chance to offer savvy crypto investors a chance to invest in some units of a new cryptocurrency or token in exchange for well-established crypto assets like Bitcoin and Ethereum. An ICO can be used to fund the development of an altcoin and provide a marketing platform to pique the interest of potential users. We’ve documented the history of ICOs in a page to give you more information.

Ethereum: Altcoin or cryptocurrency?

Many people forget that although Ethereum is rapidly gaining ground on Bitcoin as the second most valuable cryptocurrency, it is still an altcoin. In fact, any alternative to Bitcoin should be considered an altcoin. The Ethereum Foundation was established in June 2014 in Switzerland and although it has gained global appeal, it still retains its offices there.

Conclusion: Why invest in altcoins as an alternative to Bitcoin?

If you are prepared to play the long game and invest in a range of altcoins, you could make significant returns on your investment. It’s never a safe bet to invest in just one cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. By spreading your risk and investing in the top ten altcoins for 2019 you can enjoy cumulative growth across an entire portfolio of new and exciting cryptocurrencies.

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View the most comprehensive list of altcoins available below and start expanding your cryptocurrency investment portfolio today!

ARK

Augur

Bitcoin

Bitcoin Cash

Bitcoin Gold

Cardano

Dash

Digixdao

Dogecoin

Ethereum

Ethereum Classic

Elastos

Electroneum

EOS

Factom

Funfair

Gas

Golem

ICON

IOTA

Kin Coin

Komodo(KMD)

Litecoin

Lisk

Loopring

Maker Coin

Maidsafecoin

Monero

Nano

Nebulas

NEM

NEO

Nxt Coin

OmiseGo

PacCoin

Populous

Power Ledger

Qtum

Quantstamp

Reddcoin

Ripple

Steem

Stellar Lumens

Siacoin

Stratis

Tezos

Theta

Tether

Tron

Verge Coin

VeChain

Vertcoin

Waltonchain

Wanchain

Wax coin

Zcash

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