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Crypto Price FAQs
- Crypto market cap is the total value of all the coins of a particular cryptocurrency that have been mined or are in circulation. The market cap of a cryptocurrency is determined by the current price multiplied by the circulating supply. In other words, we can use this formula: Market cap = crypto price (per coin) x circulating supply. Circulating supply is the number of crypto tokens publicly available and circulating in the market. The market cap is used to help rank cryptocurrencies. The higher the market cap of a particular crypto coin, the higher its ranking and share of the market. Learn more
- Crypto prices are always changing, but we stream the prices from the exchanges we’ve partnered with and calculate a Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP). Our resulting rate takes into account other factors, such as market depth and volatility. Learn more
- Revolut is a great place to check crypto prices. You can track 100+ cryptocurrencies on Revolut across more than 36 currencies. Stay on top of metrics such as 24-hour trading volume, market cap, max supply, historical performance chart, the circulating supply, and more, directly in-app. Join Revolut to follow the performance of 100+ cryptocurrencies. You can also receive automated price volatility alerts and be notified whenever the price of cryptocurrencies moves more than 2%. Learn more
- A cryptocurrency's 24hr trading volume is the total dollar value of coins that have exchanged hands, or been bought and sold, worldwide during a defined 24-hour period. This includes exchanges outside of Revolut. For example, if the 24hr volume for Bitcoin is $20 billion, it means that $20 billion worth of Bitcoin had changed hands across all exchanges worldwide in the last 24 hours, including those outside of Revolut. Learn more
- A cryptocurrency's price definitely influences its market cap. Even if there are a small number of coins in circulation for a given cryptocurrency, the market cap will increase if the price of each coin is high. For example, if crypto coin X has a 100,000 circulating supply and each coin's value is $10,000, then the overall market cap will be $1 billion. To turn this into a quick formula, it would look like this: $10,000 (price) x 100,000 (circulating supply) = $1,000,000,000 (market cap) This means if a crypto coin has a high circulating supply, but a low price, the market cap will be lower. Here’s another example: $0.00005 (price) x 500,000 (circulating supply) = 25 (market cap)Learn more
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