The cryptocurrencies shown here are just the most popular ones, and this means not all of them can be found on this table. Full list, more then 1500 cryptos can be found, by clicking “LOAD MORE” button at the bottom of the chart, or just type any cryptocurrency symbol or name in the search box at the top of the chart.
To make things easier, this page displays the logos and the symbols beside the name of the cryptocurrency – it is therefore impossible to make a mistake when looking at the numbers. The logos, names, and symbols appear in the first, second and third column, respectively. The names and symbols of the listed cryptocurrencies are actually links. Clicking on these links a new page with individual data about the chosen coin will be displayed, though it might take some time for the data to load.
The next column is the price of the coin, per unit, expressed in US Dollars, although the currency of the price can be changed in the small box at the top of the chart. The next two columns measure the recorded change as a percentile and as an actual value, respectively. The growth is shown in green while the loss is red color coded and has a minus in front of the number shown.
Other two columns that can be analyzed together, are the high and low for the last 24 hours. This is the highest and the lowest exchange rate the cryptocurrency reached in the past day, respectively. The numbers seen here are expressed in US Dollars, like in the fourth column.
Next you’ll see the volume of coins that was used in the past 24 hours. The value is expressed in US Dollars. Of course, this number depends on the price of the coin, per unit.
The last column shows the market capitalization of the cryptocurrency, which means total value of the coins of particular type. You’ll see that the changes almost every second. This is because the data is shown there as it happens. It is LIVE.