In 2015, the cryptocurrency market cap was $21.5 billion, which means today that the total market cap of cryptocurrencies is around $3.4 trillion.
The biggest market in the world today is China, which has a market cap on average of $3 trillion.
The market cap for cryptocurrencies in China is $2.3 trillion, which is about 3 times larger than the US market cap.
In 2017, the market cap in China was $1.2 trillion, and in 2018, the Chinese market cap reached $1 trillion.
In 2019, China’s market cap grew by 50 percent, and the market in 2020 surpassed $2 trillion.
But now, we are not getting the same sort of growth in the US.
In 2016, the US had $12 trillion in cryptocurrency, but in 2017, it was $6 trillion.
Now, it is only $1 billion, and it is on the way to being $1 and $1-1 trillion in 2018.
In 2018, bitcoin’s market capitalization reached $4.6 trillion, but the total value of cryptocurrencies in the market is only around $2 billion.
And that is only in the last six months.
We will be seeing the total number of cryptocurrencies increase by more than 1,000 percent in 2019, and by more then 1,600 percent in 2020.
The world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, Mt.
Gox, is currently experiencing massive losses and a major meltdown.
Gox CEO Mark Karpeles is also facing accusations that he intentionally caused the price of bitcoin to go down.
The Bitcoin Investment Trust (BITS), a major bitcoin exchange, is also experiencing massive capital loss, which it is now trying to recover by issuing new shares.
The bitcoin market cap is now around $18 billion, but is expected to reach $100 billion in 2021.
Bitcoin’s market share is also increasing, as more investors are willing to take on the risk and start investing in cryptocurrencies.
The recent announcement of an ICO for a new cryptocurrency is expected by the end of 2018, which could have a huge impact on the cryptocurrency landscape.
The price of cryptocurrencies are already moving upward, and many are anticipating that the crypto boom will continue.