With the cryptocurrency market now increasingly in the green, it seems that every coin in the market is a winner.
Read on for five major cryptocurrencies that have seen their prices surge more than 200 percent since the beginning of the year.
The new year pushed the entire market in the green, adding value to cryptocurrencies few expected to perform.
There have, of course, been certain small-cap coins which rose over 100,000 percent, but they weren't the biggest surprises of the year.
The five experienced a year-to-date growth of over 200 percent, with Enjin being the highest-growing project with a 374 percent increase in value since Jan. 1st.A Diverse Group of Crypto Projects Outperform Expectations.
According to data from CoinMarketCap, BAT is now the 22nd coin by market capitalization.
Its native Enjin Coin was built on Ethereum's ERC20 protocol and has a market cap of $148.95 million.
According to data from Coincodex, the coin's value increased over 370 percent since its Jan. 1st point, making it one of the best-performing coins on major exchanges such as Binance.
Support from Binance's Changpeng Zhao also gave the coin more legitimacy.
The 298 percent rise was the result of two significant peaks that happened since January, with the biggest one seen following the coin's listing with Upbit in March.
Five major cryptocurrencies with a YTD return of over 200%-BNB, BAT, ENJ, RVN, CRO
Published on Apr 22, 2019
by Cryptoslate | Published on Coinage
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