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Ripple the Top 10 Cryptoasset of 2017

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Jan/01/2018

Ripple, not Bitcoin, was named the top cryptoassets of 2017 according to Joon Ian Wong of Quartz.


Bookmaker accepts most crypto-currencies

Cryptoassets include standalone cryptocurrencies or tokens issued on the ethereum blockchain.  Quartz compared yearlong gains as measured by data provider CoinMarketcap.

From Quartz:

In a breakout year for cryptocurrency trading, the biggest winners were Ripple, which is touted as a new kind of payment system for banks, along with less familiar names like NEM, Ardor, and Dash.

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Ripple’s big gains—it rose an astonishing 36,000%—came largely at the tail end of the year.

Bitcoin failed to crack the top 10.

Ripple is accepted by online gambling website Bookmaker.eu.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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