A cryptocurrency is a fully decentralized, secure, digital currency whose creation is controlled by cryptography. Cryptocurrencies are not issued by central banks and their value does not depend on bank policies. Unlike regular currencies where new money can be introduced in the money supply through Quantitative Easing (QE), cryptocurrency prices are purely based on supply and demand. Bitcoin, created in 2009, was the first cryptocurrency. There currently are over 800 alternative cryptocurrencies, called Altcoins, such as Ethereum, Ripple and Litecoin.

Bitcoin and popular altcoins can be found on TradingView, through the free, real-time data of 25 exchanges. Cryptocurrencies are somewhat similar to precious metals, in that their creation is controlled and most have a cap on the amount of units, just like precious metals, which have limited minable amounts. One of our most popular chats is the Cryptocurrencies chat where traders talk in real-time about where the Cryptocurrency market is going.
Crypto Total Market Cap, $
Bitcoin / U.S. Dollar
Ethereum / U.S. Dollar
Solana / U.S. Dollar
AVAX / US Dollar (calculated by TradingView)
Uniswap / U.S. Dollar
Bitcoin / U.S. Dollar
Bitcoin / Euro
Bitcoin / British Pound
Bitcoin / Japanese Yen
Bitcoin / Russian Ruble
Bitcoin CME Futures
Ethereum / U.S. Dollar
Ethereum / Euro
Ethereum / British Pound
Ethereum / Japanese Yen
Ethereum / Bitcoin
Ethereum / TetherUS
Solana / U.S. Dollar
SOL / Euro
Solana / British Pound
SOL / Bitcoin
Solana / Ethereum
SOL / TetherUS
Uniswap / U.S. Dollar
Uniswap / Euro
Uniswap / British Pound
UNI / Bitcoin
Uniswap / Ethereum
UNI / TetherUS