CoinMarketCap Outperformed The Sites Like Walmart And Alibaba

CoinMarketCap Outperformed The Sites Like Walmart And Alibaba

According to the latest update from Alexa (the world ranking of the popularity of websites), the CoinMarketCap site , which allows you to monitor the capitalization of the cryptocurrencies, has approached the top 100 most visited sites in the world, ahead of such favorite resources as Walmart and Alibaba.

Today, CoinMarketCap ranked 111 in the global ranking, rising from the last update to 238 positions. According to statistics, more than 30% of visitors to the site live in the US, which automatically makes CoinMarketCap one of the famous American resources. Most of the site's audience has higher education, including post-graduate studies - master's, post-graduate and doctoral studies. The most popular requests related to the site are [binance] and [ripple].

Recall, in early December, CoinMarketCap expelled Korean crypto-exchanges Bithumb, Coinone and Korbit by weighted average prices for leading crypto-currencies. The service team explained this by the too big price difference that these exchanges showed compared to other world sites, as well as a limited opportunity for arbitration.

At present, it seems that a measure excluding Korean crypto-exchanges is canceled since they no longer appear with an asterisk indicating that their prices are not taken into account in calculating the average rate of those cryptocurrencies that are traded on these exchanges. South Korean crypto-exchanges remain the leaders in the volume of purchases of such crypto-currencies as Ethereum, Bitcoin, and Ripple since the closure of crypto-exchanges in China in September last year.

Information Source: Alexa

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