Within the hundred-day time frame, ethereum (ETH) has been the force eating away at BTC’s dominance level. Presently, ETH captures 10% of the crypto economy’s valuation. This is after the intense market-beating ETH and it’s myriad of ERC20 token offspring took on Saturday.
In fact, during the beginning of last week (Aug 30), Ethereum dominance touched a 2020 high at 12.9%. Chainlink (LINK) is also in the top ten with a $4.2 billion market cap on Sunday, which is only 1.27% of the aggregate market valuation.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has also seen its dominance percentage drop during the last few weeks. In fact, just before the November 2018 blockchain split that produced bitcoinsv (BSV), BCH has slid from 4.37% to a low of 1.2% on September 6, 2020.
The percentage has not been that high since the fork in 2018, and has continued to drop significantly since then. In February 2020, BCH did touch a 2020 dominance percentage high with 2.84% on February 9. Since then, BCH has remained above 1.5% up until this weekend’s market carnage leading to 1.2%.
Data shows that the new arrival Polkadot (DOT) has managed to join the top ten and it captures 1.1% of the overall market cap. XRP has 3.4%, Litecoin (LTC) around 1.1%, bitcoinsv (BSV 0.97%), and binance coin (BNB) with 0.91%. The rest of the 6,700+ digital assets in existence capture around 16.9% on Sunday.
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