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INFORMATION SYSTEM MANAGEMENT

CRYPTOCURRENCY

Lecturer :
Samiaji Sarosa, S.E., M.Sc., Ph.D.

Written by :
Hana Resa Ananda / 141521019
Rahma Shella Resya / 141521553
Winkly Hoetanto / 141521736

ATMA JAYA YOGYAKARTA UNIVERSITY


FACULTY OF ECONOMICS
INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING PROGRAM
Abstract

For most of history, humans have used commodity currency. Fiat currency is a more recent
development, first used around 1000 years ago, and today it is the dominant form of money.
But this may not be the end of monetary history. Cryptocurrency is neither commodity money
nor fiat money it is a new, experimental kind of money. The cryptocurrency experiment
may or may not ultimately succeed, but it offers a new mix of technical and monetary
characteristics that raise different economic questions than other kinds of currency. This
article explains what cryptocurrency is and begins to answer how the Cryptocurrency works.
To understand why cryptocurrency has the characteristics it has, what are various form of
cryptocurrencies. it is important to understand the pro and con of this digital currency.

AKNOWLEDGEMENT

This paper was written by Hana Resa Ananda (141521019), Rahma Shella Resya
(141521553), Winkly Hoetanto (141521736) students of Atma Jaya University Yogyakarta.
This paper done in writer's house, with compiled from many sources and knowledge. This
paper submitted for complete middle semester assignment which is Mr. Samiaji gave to the
writer. The idea and format of paper was form by Mr. Samiaji and the paper has been edited
by the writer.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Abstract..................................................................................................................... i
Acknowledgement.... ii
Table of Contents...................................................................................................... iii
Introduction... iv
Problem. v
Purpose. vi
Benefits vii
Content..viii
I.

Discussion
1. Definition of Cryptocurrency.....7

2. Various Form and Type of Cryptocurrency Available..8

3. History of Cryptocurrency.....9

4. How Cryptocurrency Works..10

5. The Pros And Cons Of Cryptocurrency.12

6. The Prospect of Using Cryptocurrency In Indonesia For Business16

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II.

Conclusion

III.

References

IV.

Attachment

I.

Introduction

Cryptocurrency is the name given to a system that uses cryptography to allow the secure
transfer and exchange of digital tokens in a distributed and decentralised manner. These
tokens can be traded at market rates for fiat currencies. The first cryptocurrency was
Bitcoin, which began trading in January 2009. Say if today is more than 300 of digital
currency exist but 295 of them are useless, and most of them were not gonna achieve any
critical mass
Bitcoin has enabled competition between digital cryptocurrencies and traditional legal
tender fiat currencies. Despite rapidly increasing acceptance, so far the affirmation of
cryptocurrency as better money has been thwarted by dramatic deflationary price
instability. Successful at disposing of any central monetary authority using the Bitcoin
protocol, the bitcoin currency has accidentally thrown away the flexibility of a fully
automatic algorithmic non-discretionary monetary policy allowing for elastic supply of
money.

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Cryptocurrencies are computer generated currencies. They are brought into existence by
"mining" which, as its main function, has the purpose of confirming a record of accounts
and movements, called the blockchain. Coins are given to successful miners as a reward.
Cryptocurrency is completely different way of system, this is not just like apple pay or
Samsung pay even it is very good system, either it is not just about using credit card and
another mobile payment which is basically electronic product build on top of financial
system but bitcoin is complete break from that, it is literally protocol allows two people to
send value between each other and it runs on computer, and it is peer to peer system. It is
maintained by the networks of computers, so it has no central party running it, so there is
no bank running it or government running it.

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Problem
1. What is cryptocurrency
2. Various form and type of crypto currency available
3. History of crypto currency
4. How crypto currency works
5. The pros and cons of crypto currency
6. The prospect of using crypto currency in Indonesia for business

Purpose
1. To accomplish task for complete the Middle semester assignment of Information
System Management in 4th semester
2. To inform readers what is Cryptocurrencies
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3. To inform readers how Cryptocurrency works


4. To inform readers the prospect Cryptocurrency for business in Indonesia
5. To inform the readers what are the various form of Cryptocurrency available

Benefit
Uses in presentation of this paper theoretically is expected to add to the treasury of
science particularly in the context of Digital Currency called Cryptocurrency, and help
readers to get more clear to understand about Cryptocurrency.

Content
I.

Discussion

1. Definition of Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency is a digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the
generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds, operating independently of a
central bank.
A cryptocurrency is a medium of exchange like normal currencies such as USD or Rupiah,
but designed for the purpose of exchanging digital information through a process made
possible by certain principles of cryptography. Cryptography is used to secure the
transactions and to control the creation of new coins. The first cryptocurrency to be created
was Bitcoin back in 2009. Today there are hundreds of other cryptocurrencies, often referred
to as Altcoins.

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Most cryptocurrencies are designed to decrease in production over time like Bitcoin, which
creates a market capitalization on them. Thats different from fiat currencies where financial
institutions can always create more, hence inflation. Bitcoin will never have more than 21
million coins in circulation. The technical system on which all cryptocurrencies are based on
was created by Satoshi Nakamoto.

2. Various type and form of Cryptocurrency available


There were more than 669 cryptocurrencies available for trade in markets as of 24th August
2015, and more than 740 in total, but now in 2016 only 14 of them had market capitalization
over $10 million.
1. Bitcoin
2. Ethereum
3. Ripple
4. Litecoin
5. Dash
6. MaidSafeCoin
7. DogeCoin
8. Monero
9. BitShares
10. Factom
11. NEM
12. EmerCoin
13. Stellar
14. PeerCoin
(Further information attach)

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3. History Of Cryptocurrency
In 1998, Wei Dai published a description of "b-money", an anonymous, distributed
electronic cash system. Shortly thereafter, Nick Szabo created "Bit Gold". Like bitcoin
and other cryptocurrencies that would follow it, Bit Gold was an electronic currency
system which required users to complete a proof of work function with solutions being
cryptographically put together and published.
The

first

decentralized

cryptocurrency,

bitcoin,

was

created

in

2009

by pseudonymous developer Satoshi Nakamoto. It used SHA-256, a cryptographic hash


function, as its proof-of-work scheme. In April 2011, Namecoin was created as an attempt
at forming a decentralized DNS, which would make internet censorship very difficult.
Soon after, in October 2011, Litecoin was released. It was the first successful
cryptocurrency to use scrypt as its hash function instead of SHA-256. Another notable
cryptocurrency, Peercoin was the first to use a proof-of-work/proof-of-stake hybrid.
Many other cryptocurrencies have been created though few have been successful, as they
have brought little in the way of technical innovation. On 6 August 2014, the UK
announced its Treasury had been commissioned to do a study of cryptocurrencies, and
what role, if any, they can play in the UK economy. The study was also to report on
whether regulation should be considered.

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Starting

2014,

so-called 2nd

generation of

cryptocurrencies

appeared,

like Monero, Ethereum and Nxt. They have advanced functionalities like stealth
addresses,smart contracts, side chains or assets.

4. How Cyrptocurrency works


Cryptocurrency is a new digital method of transmitting money, the most popular form
way of it is called Bitcoin. Say if today is more than 300 of digital currency exist but 295
of them are useless, and most of them were not gonna achieve any critical mass.
Cryptocurrencies are computer generated currencies. They are brought into existence by
"mining" which, as its main function, has the purpose of confirming a record of accounts
and movements, called the blockchain. Coins are given to successful miners as a reward.
Coins, once generated, are stored in wallets that are password protected. Coins can be
sent from one wallet to another. Each transaction gets appended to the blockchain after
being verified by the mining activity.
Total number of coins to be generated is generally limited, and the velocity of generation
of coins is variable. Generally, it starts out very fast and gets progressively slower
towards the end of the pre-programmed stash of coins ever-to-be-issued.
Coins appreciate in value if there are more requests by buyers than there are offers by
sellers.

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In the case of Bitcoin, it is assumed that the value of coins will appreciate greatly, as the
network expands. More users compete for a similar number of coins means the price of
each coin goes up.
Cryptocurrency is completely different way of system, this is not just like apple pay or
Samsung pay even it is very good system, either it is not just about using credit card and
another mobile payment which is basically electronic product build on top of financial
system but bitcoin is complete break from that, it is literally protocol allows two people to
send value between each other and it runs on computer, and it is peer to peer system. It is
maintained by the networks of computers, so it has no central party running it, so there is
no bank running it or government running it. That is sort of the real different between
cryptocurrency (bitcoin) with mobile payment or credit card either apple pay or Samsung
pay.
Lets go through to simple transaction, let say someone called A as a cahier gonna sell
someone called B as a customer a cup of coffee, with the existing system that we have
today is B gonna swap his credit card and A gonna give the coffee and B will walk away,
but whats happening with the transaction if they are using bitcoin system?
On the service of the transaction is almost identical but with bitcoin it just takes 10
minutes to be confirmed but with credit card or another mobile payment it will go through
more than half dozen financial institutions and it is going to take for about 3 days to clear,
it will have Bs bank involve, the coffee shops bank involve, security issues and all those
things, all those companies and all those parties that involve in those transaction and it
will takes 3 days instead of 10 minutes, before the coffee gets the money that B gave
them.
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Bitcoin is efficient, cheaper, and faster digital system, and here as follows the detail
process involve in using bitcoin in transactions:
I.

The sender of funds will send a cryptographically signed message to the Bitcoin
network stating the source, the destination, and the amount to the Bitcoin network.

II.

Anyone watching the Bitcoin network, through the magic of cryptography, can
use the public address of the sender to verify the cryptographic signature and thus
know the transaction is legitimate.

III.

The message will become part of a block, which is a group of unconfirmed


transactions. Bitcoin miners take unconfirmed transactions that are broadcast to
the network and add them to the blocks.

IV.

After about 10 minutes, the entire block will be verified and added to the
blockchain. The miner who finished the confirmation will be rewarded with 25
bitcoins and transaction fees.

V.

Both sender and recipient are assured that the transaction happened upon checking
the block chain for the record.

Everyone will knows who has the wallet that spend the bitcoin to the transaction and who
is the receiver of the bitcoin but they dont know who you are, the other words your
account would be known by everyone but the identity of the sender and the receiver is
protected. The identity of the person that done transactions will be encrypted but the
transactions is in public grounds.

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5. Pros and Cons

PRO
Freedom in Payment
With Bitcoin it is very possible to be able to send and get money anywhere in the world at
any given time. You dont have to worry about crossing borders, rescheduling for bank
holidays, or any other limitations one might think will occur when transferring money.
You are in control of your money with Bitcoin. There is no central authority figure in the
Bitcoin network.
Control and Security
Allowing users to be in control of their transactions help keep Bitcoin safe for the
network. Merchants cannot charge extra fees on anything without being noticed. They
must talk with the consumer before adding any charges. Payments in Bitcoin can be
made and finalized without ones personal information being tied to the transactions.
Due to the fact that personal information is kept hidden from prying eyes, Bitcoin
protects against identity theft. Bitcoin can be backed up and encrypted to ensure the
safety of your money.

Information is Transparent
With the block chain, all finalized transactions are available for everyone to see,
however personal information is hidden. Your public address is what is visible;
however, your personal information is not tied to this. Anyone at any time can verify
transactions in the Bitcoin block chain. Bitcoin protocol cannot be manipulated by any
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person, organization, or government. This is due to Bitcoin being cryptographically


secure.

Very Low Fees


Currently there are either no fees, or very low fees within Bitcoin payments.With
transactions, users might include fees in order to process the transactions faster. The
higher the fee, the more priority it gets within the network and the quicker it gets
processed. Digital Currency exchanges help merchant process transactions by
converting bitcoins into fiat currency. These services generally have lower fees than
credit cards and PayPal.

Fewer Risks for Merchants


Due to the fact that Bitcoin transactions cannot be reversed, do not carry with them
personal information, and are secure, merchants are protected from potential losses that
might occur from fraud.
With Bitcoin, merchants are able to do business where crime rates and fraud rates may
be high. This is because it is very hard to cheat or con anyone in Bitcoin due to the
public ledger, otherwise known as the block chain.

CONs
Lack of Awareness & Understanding

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Fact is many people are still unaware of digital currencies and Bitcoin. People need to be
educated about Bitcoin to be able to apply it to their lives. Networking is a must to
spread the word on Bitcoin.
Businesses are accepting bitcoins because of the advantages, but the list is relatively
small compared to physical currencies.
Companies like Tigerdirect and Overstock accepting Bitcoin as payment is great.
However, if they do not have a knowledgeable staff that understands digital currencies,
how will they help customers understand and use Bitcoin for transactions?
The workers need to be educated on Bitcoin so that they can help the customers. This
will definitely take some time and effort. Otherwise, what is the benefit of such large
companies accepting Bitcoin if its staff doesnt even know what digital currencies are?
Risk and Volatility
Bitcoin has volatility mainly due to the fact that there is a limited amount of coins and
the demand for them increases by each passing day.
However, it is expected that the volatility will decrease as more time goes on. As more
businesses, medias, and trading centers begin to accept Bitcoin, its price will eventually
settle down.
Currently, Bitcoins price bounces everyday mainly due to current events that are
related to digital currencies.

Still Developing
Bitcoin is still at its infancy stage with incomplete features that are in development. To
make the digital currency more secure and accessible, new features, tools, and services
are currently being developed. Bitcoin has some growth to do before it comes to its full
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and final potential. This is because Bitcoin is just starting out, and it needs to work out its
problems just like how any currency in its beginning stage would need to.
In Conclusion
There you have it folks. With this, you now have both sides of the coin. Bitcoin, as you
can see, is not perfect. It does have many advantages that physical currencies do not
provide its users; however, it also has its disadvantages. This is mostly due to the fact that
Bitcoin is still a relatively young and new currency. People are just beginning to become
more aware of it. In order for Bitcoin to succeed, more people need to understand what it
is and not let their preconceived notions distort the concept of digital currencies.

6. The prospect of using Cryptocurrency in Indonesia for business


In a public statement, the Bank of Indonesia warned against the risks of using bitcoin and
emphasized that it is not currency or a legal payment tool. The bank added that any risks
incurred with owning digital currencies should be shouldered by its owners.
Prior to this, the governor of the Bank of Indonesia already said that using bitcoin breaks
a number of the countrys laws. The latest statement doesnt necessarily ban its use but
contains strongly-worded statements against the cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin in Indonesia
While other countries that formerly had a skeptical stance on bitcoin are starting to
welcome it, Indonesia maintains a hardline view on the cryptocurrency.
In view of the Act No. 7 Year 2012 concerning Currency and Act No. 23 Year 1999
which has been amended several times, the latest with Act No. 6 Year 2009, Bank
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Indonesia states that Bitcoin and other virtual currency are not currency or legal payment
instrument in Indonesia. The society is encouraged to be careful toward Bitcoin and other
virtual currency. All risks related to the ownership/use of Bitcoin should be borne by the
owner/user of the Bitcoin and other virtual currency.
Bitcoin business owners such as Suasti Atmastuti Astaman, Business Development
Manager of Bitcoin Indonesia, clarified that this doesnt mean that using bitcoin is illegal.
From that statement, we may conclude that the legal medium of exchange in Indonesia
should be only Rupiah. US Dollar and gold are also not a legal medium of payment, he
said. Thus, in a way, bitcoin can be treated as a commodity (a digital commodity), same
as gold. Bitcoin is allowed to exist in Indonesia, and people are allowed to buy, sell and
own bitcoin as long as it is not used as a medium of payment.

Ilegality in Indonesia
Government of Indonesia and another parties of Indonesia discourages Bitcoin, since
Indonesia has regulation and regulate country, and Bitcoin is assumed break the
regulation itself.
On 21 December 2013, Difi Ahmad, the executive director of communication at Bank
Indonesia (BI) said that bitcoin is a potential payment method but could potentially be
used in scams and money laundering operations. Since it is not regulated by banks, it has
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its associated risks. The central bank of Indonesia is currently studying bitcoin and they
have no plans to issue regulations on it.
On 16 January 2014, Ronald Waas, deputy governor of Bank Indonesia said that bitcoin
usage would break a number of laws including Undang-undang Bank Indonesia(Bank
Indonesia Act), Undang-undang Informasi dan Transaksi Elektronik (Information and
Electronic Transaction Act), and Undang-undang Mata Uang (Monetary Act). For
example, Undang-undang Mata Uang states that Rupiah is the only legal tender in the
country. He also strongly advised the public against using bitcoins because security of
bitcoins transactions are not guaranteed. However, currently BI does not have detailed
policies of regulating or banning bitcoins usage.
On 6 February 2014, Bank Indonesia is stating that bitcoin and other virtual currencies
are not currencies or legal tender in Indonesia. The people are urged to exercise caution
towards bitcoin and other virtual currencies. All risks regarding ownership or use of
bitcoin are borne by the owner or user of bitcoin and other virtual currencies. In
September 2014, deputy governor of BI discourage the public against using bitcoin as a
payment method
As Indonesian Government has been declares before, the prospect of bitcoin in business is
not good, since bitcoins are illegal and break the rules of Indonesia. But the other
opposite fact and better prospect wont be happen in the whole Indonesia, but Bali will
face a good future in business with bitcoin digital system currency.

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Indonesian Bitcoin Transform Bali into Bitcoin Island


Be prepared, Indonesia: Indonesian Bitcoin and Coin Of Sale, a point-of-sale Bitcoin,
intends to transform Bali into a haven for Bitcoin users. More precisely, they want to turn
it into a popular tourist locations Bitcoin Island.
This initiative was originally started by the crew Bitcoin Indonesia. Tomas Forgac,
founder Coin Of Sale, said that they decided to join the initiative because they believe
that this initiative has benefits for tourists and local people of Bali.
"The island is a tourist destination, so [this initiative] has obvious advantages for tourists
because they no longer have to exchange a lot of their money with the rupiah - and
hopefully they will not have to exchange at all," he said. "It also benefits local
communities because they can (compete) get customers who are actively looking for a
place that accepts Bitcoin."
According to the statement and the fact of Bali, Bitcoin will brings a great prospect of
business in Bali, because Bali is an island of every tourist were gather or come visit, so
the prospect business in Bali is good and it brings supply and demand of bitcoin itself will
increase, since tourist from another country known good about bitcoin and think that
bitcoin is fast, easy, efficient to be used rather than using fiat money.

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II. Conclusion

Cryptocurrency is digital method of transmitting money, and the most popular to be used
in transactions and the first cryptocurrency is Bitcoin, and almost the other
cryptocurrencies is just useless, means it wont achieve any critical mass.
The prospect Bitcoin in Indonesia wont be good as good as in another country, because
Indonesian Government discourages Bitcoin, so the owner of bitcoins wont achieve any
good in Indonesia, because it is assume as an action of breaking Indonesians rules.
In the other side, opposite of fact, Bali Island, has good prospect of bitcoin in business,
since Bali is tourist island and tourists needs bitcoin nor usually using bitcoin, and in the
future Bali will be Bitcoin Island, and get great future prospect of cryptocurrency in
business, but for another province or region, it wont be reach as well as Bali island
achieve good prospect in business, since Indonesian government discourages Bitcoin.

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III.

References

1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1asi7ZPxRs
2. Wikipedia.com
3. https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/cryptocurrency/
4. http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/bitcoin-alternatives/
5. http://www.bankrate.com/finance/investing/cryptocurrency-alternatives-to-bitcoin1.aspx#ixzz43NWQk9rb
6. http://www.gettingthingstech.com/bitcoin-works-introduction-cryptocurrency/
7. https://coinreport.net/coin-101/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-bitcoin/
8. DailySocial
9. http://www.newsbtc.com/2015/06/19/bank-of-indonesia-discourages-use-of-bitcoin/
10. https://coinmarketcap.com/#USD
11. https://blockchain.info/

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IV.

Attachment

Crypto-Currency Market Capitalizations

where coins are listed according to their "value" or market capitalization, which is
calculated as the number of coins in existence times the current price in US$.

Each coin's name links to that specific coin's information where you can dig deeper.
Price
The price in USD of each cryptocurrencies
Available Supply
The Supply of each form of cryptocurrencies
Volume
The amount of Transactions of each form cryptocurrencies in a day or 24 hours.
Change
The change of price

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No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 6,401,074,130

$ 416.17

15,380,875 BTC

$ 54,379,900

$ 927,265,406

$ 11.79

78,652,468 ETH

$ 16,733,100

$ 257,223,815

$ 0.007469

34,439,870,367 XRP *

$ 742,572

$ 146,084,727

$ 3.23

45,164,826 LTC

$ 1,152,500

$ 43,495,738

$ 6.86

6,335,887 DASH

$ 200,026

$ 37,254,658

$ 0.082321

452,552,412 MAID *

$ 215,259

$ 23,491,452

$ 0.000226

103,725,093,468 DOGE

$ 137,453

$ 16,401,402

$ 1.43

11,470,153 XMR

$ 270,627

Bitcoin
1

Ethereum
2

Ripple
3

Litecoin
4

Dash
5

MaidSafeCo
6
in
Dogecoin
7

Monero
8

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%C

No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 15,108,882

$ 0.005924

2,550,530,163 BTS *

$ 220,450

$ 14,389,329

$ 1.64

8,753,219 FCT *

$ 187,678

$ 13,798,170

$ 0.001533

8,999,999,999 XEM *

$ 40,965

$ 11,998,359

$ 0.320799

37,401,484 EMC

$ 18,013

$ 11,086,613

$ 0.002021

5,485,679,598 XLM *

$ 31,826

$ 10,337,184

$ 0.447860

23,081,284 PPC

$ 18,010

$ 8,961,244

$ 0.000050

179,630,841,632 BCN

$ 5,697

$ 8,112,856

$ 0.008113

999,997,096 NXT *

$ 18,579

BitShares
9

Factom
10

NEM
11

Emercoin
12

Stellar
13

Peercoin
14

Bytecoin
15

Nxt
16

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%C

No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 6,921,758

$ 0.037455

184,800,000 AMP *

$ 1,064

$ 6,470,912

$ 0.000016

417,424,316,163 TIPS

$ 41,956

$ 6,262,579

$ 0.448323

13,968,900 NMC

$ 10,896

$ 5,946,402

$ 0.141581

42,000,000 AGRS *

$ 11,553

$ 4,969,830

$ 1.65

3,006,697 YBC *

$ 69,425

$ 4,651,551

$ 1.77

2,627,639 XCP *

$ 22,581

$ 4,472,307

$ 0.011937

374,656,110 GRC

$ 4,517

$ 4,344,410

$ 0.010133

428,751,485 SYS

$ 396,700

Synereo
17

FedoraCoin
18

Namecoin
19

Agoras
20
Tokens
YbCoin
21

Counterparty
22

GridCoin
23

SysCoin
24

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%C

No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 4,020,668

$ 0.090198

44,575,870 SJCX *

$ 14,485

$ 3,998,766

$ 0.009988

400,339,746 VPN *

$ 142,937

$ 3,562,715

$ 0.155724

22,878,394 RBY *

$ 2,108

$ 3,332,529

$ 0.000537

6,204,509,944 DGB

$ 386,567

$ 3,017,294

$ 0.070945

42,530,221 BCY *

$ 1,801

$ 2,584,012

$ 0.047773

54,089,376 GAME

$ 36,796

$ 2,552,465

$ 2.01

1,268,123 DCR

$ 8,494

$ 2,429,072

$ 0.032235

75,355,584 BLK *

$ 8,535

Storjcoin X
25

VPNCoin
26

Rubycoin
27

DigiByte
28

Bitcrystals
29

GameCredits
30

Decred
31

BlackCoin
32

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%C

No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 2,386,260

$ 0.002386

1,000,000,000 SCOT *

$ 2,866

$ 2,351,035

$ 0.001920

1,224,593,203 HMP

$ 42,446

$ 2,350,485

$ 0.001095

2,147,483,647 SEC *

$ 15,272

$ 2,322,599

$ 0.002836

818,961,401 NSR *

$ 2,927

$ 2,248,005

$ 0.057737

38,935,386 START **

$ 15,739

$ 2,154,354

$ 0.153854

14,002,590 XVC

$ 143,665

$ 2,063,791

$ 0.066444

31,060,700 MONA

$ 4,335

$ 1,912,683

$ 0.001405

1,361,718,488 MUSE *

$ 5,422

Scotcoin
33

HempCoin
34

Safe
35
Exchang...
NuShares
36

Startcoin
37

Vcash
38

MonaCoin
39

MUSE
40

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%C

No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 1,786,258

$ 1.42

1,260,023 BTCD

$ 3,434

$ 1,725,961

$ 0.640424

2,695,029 RADS *

$ 67,108

$ 1,551,467

$ 0.000166

9,346,468,332 EAC

$ 11,885

$ 1,532,695

$ 0.074083

20,688,750 CREVA

$ 93,033

$ 1,499,340

$ 0.000150

10,000,000,000 QORA *

$ 357,358

$ 1,469,974

$ 0.000121

12,171,578,034 SC

$ 20,805

$ 1,455,755

$ 0.009809

148,407,000 FTC

$ 3,995

$ 1,451,591

$ 1.00

1,451,591 USDT *

$ 163,216

BitcoinDark
41

Radium
42

EarthCoin
43

CrevaCoin
44

Qora
45

Siacoin
46

Feathercoin
47

Tether
48

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No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 1,426,935

$ 0.000062

22,858,504,669 MINT *

$ 657

$ 1,413,480

$ 215.09

6,572 XAU

$ 3,774

$ 1,407,816

$ 0.848473

1,659,235 CLAM *

$ 14,565

$ 1,379,951

$ 0.059799

23,076,650 VTC

$ 8,999

$ 1,335,212

$ 0.048535

27,510,294 VRC

$ 41,563

$ 1,331,199

$ 2.41

551,792 OMNI *

$ 1,615

$ 1,307,529

$ 0.632837

2,066,139 EXP

$ 28,432

$ 1,297,273

$ 0.011377

114,022,950 RBT *

$ 36

Mintcoin
49

Xaurum
50

Clams
51

Vertcoin
52

VeriCoin
53

Omni
54

Expanse
55

Rimbit
56

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No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 1,262,338

$ 0.000121

10,442,387,500 XVG

$ 15,581

$ 1,240,927

$ 1.52

816,061 UNITY *

$ 970

$ 1,230,917

$ 0.088282

13,943,070 XPM

$ 9,383

$ 1,188,980

$ 0.124805

9,526,699 SIB

$ 67,303

$ 1,138,650

$ 0.851145

1,337,786 NVC

$ 3,584

$ 1,085,156

$ 0.004342

249,941,604 QRK

$ 3,144

$ 1,051,350

$ 0.000037

28,050,362,457 RDD *

$ 4,712

$ 1,045,652

$ 0.160362

6,520,570 SDC *

$ 15,844

Verge
57

SuperNET
58

Primecoin
59

SIBCoin
60

Novacoin
61

Quark
62

ReddCoin
63

ShadowCash
64

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No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 1,037,352

$ 0.011770

88,135,217 GEMZ *

$ 1,308

$ 1,014,963

$ 0.029609

34,278,858 SLR *

$ 1,747

$ 991,924

$ 0.061072

16,242,018 IOC *

$ 6,488

$ 988,570

$ 0.003844

257,182,808 NEU *

$ 1,598

$ 949,314

$ 0.119762

7,926,672 AUR **

$ 1,692

$ 942,212

$ 0.009422

100,000,000 XCR *

$ 1,396

$ 929,529

$ 0.100530

9,246,283 XSI

$ 46,793

$ 895,363

$ 0.017074

52,438,618 FAIR *

$ 80

GetGems
65

SolarCoin
66

I/O Coin
67

NeuCoin
68

Auroracoin
69

Crypti
70

StabilityShar
71
es
FairCoin
72

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No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 858,415

$ 0.000009

90,596,274,910 IFC

$ 7,642

$ 808,116

$ 0.170715

4,733,712 CLOAK *

$ 1,772

$ 766,179

$ 0.007646

100,206,032 FC2 **

$ 279

$ 765,393

$ 0.007598

100,736,780 WDC

$ 4,008

$ 763,807

$ 0.020614

37,052,265 CSC

$ 691

$ 757,084

$ 1.00

757,084 USNBT *

$ 538

$ 745,151

$ 0.023177

32,150,738 MEC

$ 1,409

$ 718,286

$ 0.016581

43,321,156 AMBER **

$ 203

Infinitecoin
73

CloakCoin
74

FuelCoin
75

WorldCoin
76

CasinoCoin
77

NuBits
78

Megacoin
79

AmberCoin
80

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No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 713,442

$ 0.007088

100,654,872 GCR *

$ 715

$ 700,667

$ 0.000102

6,857,518,553 XDN

$ 6,083

$ 688,676

$ 0.006241

110,352,817 NOTE

$ 385

$ 675,837

$ 0.057233

11,808,429 BOST

$ 986

$ 667,118

$ 0.123665

5,394,554 OBITS *

$ 12,303

$ 618,739

$ 0.000619

1,000,000,000 BILS *

$ 2,113

$ 595,853

$ 0.009857

60,450,519 ZCC

$ 3,857

$ 593,119

$ 0.005934

99,945,431 SWARM *

$ 62

Global
81
Curre...
DigitalNote
82

DNotes
83

BoostCoin
84

Obits
85

BilShares
86

ZcCoin
87

Swarm
88

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No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 569,944

$ 2.89

196,885 UNO

$ 260

$ 558,473

$ 0.026694

20,920,916 I0C

$ 10

$ 557,037

$ 0.021075

26,431,310 CURE **

$ 1,181

$ 544,387

$ 0.001807

301,223,749 NLG **

$ 5,194

$ 541,978

$ 0.345178

1,570,140 DMD

$ 1,369

$ 519,596

$ 0.016361

31,757,818 DGC

$ 2,011

$ 517,291

$ 0.003156

163,931,211 ZET

$ 419

$ 469,802

$ 0.120138

3,910,516 BLOCK *

$ 2,233

Unobtanium
89

I0Coin
90

CureCoin
91

Gulden
92

Diamond
93

Digitalcoin
94

Zetacoin
95

Blocknet
96

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No

Name

Market Cap

Price

Available Supply

Volume (24h)

$ 461,466

$ 0.221913

2,079,492 ANC

$ 2,408

$ 454,157

$ 0.054140

8,388,608 UNC

$ 2,092

$ 430,914

$ 0.019336

22,286,048 APC *

$ 9,947

$ 419,929

$ 0.288995

1,453,065 WBB

$ 3,517

Anoncoin
97

UnionCoin
98

Applecoin
99

WildBeastBi
100
t...

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