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How Does Bitcoin Compare With Other Markets

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Published on:
Jan/18/2018

The market cap is recording very stunning information each day. Those who are dealing with any form of cryptocurrency can tell you how volatile the market is. But in as much as the market is volatile, digital coins are recording tremendous results just like pay per head business. When you compare the cryptocurrency market cap with some markets, you will be amazed.  The digital currency market cap, which started the other day, is surging fast. 

According to CoinMarketCap, the current standing is at an overall of $677 billion.  Bitcoin leads other digital currencies in the market cap. Analysts say that the current bitcoin market cap is more than those of McDonald’s. Although a renowned world fast-food company for years, bitcoin has surpassed it fast. The other international company that bitcoin market cap has killed is PayPal. This is a global payment processing company. Many people send and receive their money through this company.

The two companies, PayPal (1998) and McDonald’s (1940) have been in operation longer than bitcoin. But the digital currency which came into service in 2009 is way past these pioneers. But even as you continue to feel the awe that has been achieved by bitcoin, there are others that take the lead. The market cap has its owners. These are companies that make bitcoin look extremely tiny.

Apple, the world leading tech firm has a market cap of $800 billion. This is far much than that of bitcoin. You cannot believe what Ronnie Moas, the founder cum; director of Standpoint Research said that bitcoin. This digital coin prognosticator told that given five years, Bitcoin would beat Apple by far.  In other words, what Moas is saying is that if taken seriously, Bitcoin will surpass the $800 billion.
The world’s top 50 richest people have an accumulative of $1.9 trillion! Satoshi Nakamoto, the founder of the bitcoin, is still in the league of billionaires. Advertisement: Stop by TopPayPerHead.com to get your free two week trial free

Other digital currencies are coming up fast. Ripple is one of those coins that are creating a name for themselves. In recent days, the value of the Ripple has surged. This has created a profound effect on the founder, Chris Larsen. Because of the recent surge, Larsen is now among the world’s wealthiest guys. Sources confirm that he owns 5.19 billion in the Ripple cryptocurrency. Just think of that! According to Forbes, this gives Larsen a value of $12.82 billion. So, although bitcoin is growing in market cap, many other things have a large cap.

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