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Let’s outline the top-10 cryptocurrencies for 2019:

#1 Bitcoin (BTC)Created in 2008, BTC was the first ever cryptocurrency. Starting from December 2018 up to now, we see that the BTC growth rate is 250%. Noone knows the creator.

#2 Ethereum (ETH)ETH is the second most valuable cryptocurrency after Bitcoin. Created in 2015 by Vitalik Buterin. Ethereum is actually much more than just a digital currency, it is programmable, which means that developers can use it to build new kinds of applications.

#3 Ripple (XRP)XPR is a unique coin as it is focused on solving problems related to just one industry — International Payment Transfers. It was founded in 2012 with the aim to make international transactions both fast and cheap.

#4 Bitcoin Cash (BCH)BCH has been forked from BTC in 2016. The purpose of creating BCH was to solve some of the existing BTC problems, especially scalability and transaction fees.

#5 EOS

EOS token was launched through an ICO in June 2017. EOS aims to build a platform for developers to build decentralized applications and smart contracts, but with a vast improvement in technology.

#6 Cardano (ADA) ADA was created by Charles Hoskinson, Ethereum’s co-founder, in September 2017. Like ETH, ADA has also been developed as a platform for decentralized apps and smart contracts.

#7 Litecoin (LTC) LTC was created way back in 2011 by Charlie Lee, an ex-Google employee. It was built on the blockchain of BTC, with the purpose of improving it.

#8 Stellar (XLM) XLM was founded in 2014 by Jed McCaleb, the founder of XPR. In fact, XPR was hard forked into XML and the “Stellar Development Foundation” was born. Both XPR and XLM are focused on making cross-border payments more efficient.

#9 Tether (USDT) Tether (USDT) is a cryptocurrency with a value meant to mirror the value of the U.S. dollar. The idea was to create a stable cryptocurrency that can be used like digital dollars.

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