A little over a year ago, our web portal launched a new market cap aggregator, Markets.Bitcoin.com, which showcases the top 500 cryptocurrency market valuations. More recently we’ve added some great data to Markets.Bitcoin.com so people can get information on not only the price of their favorite coins, but also real-time charts featuring transactions per day, 24-hour volume, and the current number of coins in circulation.
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Markets.Bitcoin.com: Real-Time Price Quotes, Market Caps, and Professional Charts
Last year, we launched a webpage that hosts the top 500 cryptocurrency market valuations in real-time. Markets.Bitcoin.com is a colorfully themed market cap aggregator that features the top performing cryptocurrency prices and market data. The page is quite different to most market cap websites because you don’t have to refresh the page all the time in order to get real-time prices.
Markets.Bitcoin.com is also very simple to use, making navigation effortless while the eloquently designed interface is easy on the eye. Our market cap aggregator can also be viewed in both daylight and night mode depending on your preference. And speaking of preferences, you can also filter crypto prices by your favorite coins as well by marking them with a heart for ease of reference.
You can also highlight a specific cryptocurrency by clicking on an individual asset and it will direct you to a page that shows the digital asset’s price chart. Markets.Bitcoin.com features professional charts that can be toggled with different chart properties, timeframes, full-screen mode, and you can even save the chart layout. The coin’s page will also show you all kinds of statistics with charts that include price, capitalization, 24-hour trade volume, and daily transactions. There’s other stats as well, like the type of algorithm the coin uses alongside the different proof types. Markets.Bitcoin.com also highlights the supply data, which is a record of the number of units in existence either through mining or issuance. The website also displays exchanges that are trading the coin and how much trade volume they are processing.
A Market Cap Aggregator Built for Digital Currency Newbs and Veterans
In addition to these features, BCH and BTC users can quickly access the Bitcoin.com block explorer if they want to search for a block or transaction on either chain. Moreover, the markets aggregator has direct links so you can quickly purchase BCH, ETH, and BTC in a matter of minutes. Markets.Bitcoin.com was built for cryptocurrency enthusiasts by developers who are very passionate about the space and they understand the importance of reliable market data. With detailed data, charts, and price quotes from various coins, Markets.Bitcoin.com is sure to please newcomers and crypto veterans alike.
With tools like Markets.Bitcoin.com, our web portal continues to grow and we’re excited to reveal many more resources that help progress economic freedom. Bitcoin.com already provides a newsdesk, podcasts, widgets, charts, merchants solutions, educational resources and so much more.
Moreover, our noncustodial wallet has seen more than 4 million wallet creations since we launched the light client two years ago. Markets.Bitcoin.com aligns with our other tools and resources in providing top of the line real-time data to billions of people across the planet. So if you’re tired of those boring market cap aggregators that need to be refreshed every few minutes, check out Markets.Bitcoin.com today.
What do you think about Markets.Bitcoin.com? Let us know your thoughts about the market cap web page in the comments below.
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