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Discover The Most Volatile Cryptos Of All

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Crypto volatility is one of the industry's talking points. Some think it's the reason crypto fails to become mainstream. As a new coin, the industry needs some time to stabilize. Earlier coins like Bitcoin have achieved a bit of stability. 

Here are the most volatile cryptos of all;

Monero (XMR)

Monero is one of the top privacy cryptos. Started in 2014, the coin has built a reputation for anonymity. It uses unique ring signatures to keep confidential recipient addresses. It is also one of the most volatile cryptos. 

The earlier years saw the coin experienced slow price changes. It rose slightly to trade $12 in early 2017. After which it peaked. It reached a high of $160 by August the same year. By the end of the year, it had peaked at $469. 

It then declined through 2018 to reach the lows of $49. It again picked a bullish run into 2020. It has so far been trading around $100. It is currently valued at $92.1.

The privacy coins have been drawing much interest of late. It means the coin still has more price changes to the experience.

Dash (DASH)

Dash is one of the coins known to be the Bitcoin alternatives. It is all about improving the financial transactions. It ensures banking services reach the poor and the unbanked. 

Dash (DASH) has experienced active volatility throughout its six years of existence. The first years until 2016 were generally quiet years for the coin. It was still establishing its footing in the crypto market. This was all to change in 2017.

The 2017 boom saw the coin rally to the highest values ever. It moved from the lows of $252.50 to hit the highs of $1550 by late 2017.

The following year was similarly active, albeit with the coin going down. It slumped the highs to hit the all-time lows of $56. This was a massive shift by any measurable standard. It started picking yet again in 2019, with values of around $280. Later in the years, it dipped to the lows of $40 ushering in the new year. 

It is currently trading at $80.089. This is after a mixed market movement at times, reaching $130 then getting back to $40. The coin still has more to come with a most likely bull run ahead. 

Ethereum (ETH)

Ethereum is the second-ranked crypto after Bitcoin. The coin has proven the best alternative for those who don't fancy Bitcoin. It has also demonstrated a market leader on several fronts. It ushered in the age of ICO and decentralized apps.

The popularity of the coin has seen it experience some unusual market movements. Launched in 2015, the currency had a slow first year. It picked up by the end of 2016. 

The coin had a real change margin in 2017. Starting the year at the lows of $7.76, the currency hit $700 by the end of the year. That marked a change of more than 9000%. The coin kept the bullish run into early 2018 to hit a maximum of $1300. 

The same year still was a testing one for the Ethereum. It experienced a sustained decline to trade at $130. It currently trades at $392. However, it is not devoid of volatility. One of the recent cases saw it move from $418 to $302 to $385 within 15 minutes. These extreme price movements are part of the coin. 

Litecoin (LTC)

While Bitcoin is the "digital gold," Litecoin is the "silver." Launched in 2013, the coin stayed at the lows of $3 for a long time. It only began rising to reach $50 by the end of the year. However, it dipped back to $10 the following year than even further to $1 by the end of the year. It stayed within $1-$4 for two years. 

In 2017 the development team introduced Lightning Network that drew the crypto world's attention. It then rallied to reach $70 by September. It hit the all-time high of $375 in mid-December. 2018 saw it decline only to regain by the end of the year. 

The coin, as of late, experienced a more bearish run. It initially hit some highs of $146.34 in June 2019, after which it has continually gone down the drain. By the end of the year, it had fallen to as little $62.65, a decline of around 55%. This was still after a rise from the lows of $30 in early January. An increase of more than 375%. 

The coin experiences several challenges that keep the price volatile. Its halving need not boost the value as expected. It has also been facing regulatory issues of late. There have been concerns about its role in the dark market. For that, the financial authorities are looking for more control stakes. 

Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

Bitcoin Cash is a fork of Bitcoin. It pulled away from the leading coin to increase the block size. It was looking to improve transaction speeds. It has built a distinctive feature away from Bitcoin.  

Bitcoin Cash has seen some powerful market performance from inception. It started on a high note to trade highly by the end of 2018. It then declined to stay within the range of $40s for the better part of 2019. 

The coin remains active in the price movements within the markets. After starting 2020 at the lows of just below $200, it has regained to reach some highs. The first half of the year was particularly significant for the coin. It achieved some of the highs of $496. This was followed by a sharp decline to $150 in April. It then started on a bullish run to the current prices. 

The coin is yet to stabilize. Several market trends are likely to impact its volatility. 

Bottom Line 

Volatility is a significant issue in the crypto world. While most people view it on the negative, it doesn't have to be. Traders are learning how to take advantage of the price changes. There are tools to measure crypto volatility. For now, these are the most volatile cryptos

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