Our aim is to build the most complete and comprehensive database related to cryptocurrencies. Although we want the largest possible number of assets in our database, this is not possible in every case. A project’s eligibility for our toplist will be determined by the Real Trade Volume (calculated from raw trade data from the exchanges) and the few factors that we take into consideration before adding a Cryptocurrency to our database. The final decision to add or reject an asset is taken by all the mentioned factors down below:
The mentioned factors are for prevention of the ranking manipulation. In certain cases Cryptocurrency.org will have to exercise its discretion in determining a project’s eligibility for out Toplist [e.g. stablecoins, exchange tokens, privacy coins].
Cryptocurrency.org have a unique method for the calculation of the market capitalization. We at cryptocurrency.org do not believe in the circulating supply, because there is a lot of unverifiable information about the burned amounts and other distribution processes.
Instead of the usual circulating supply data, we use the total supply in our algorithm. In the case of ERC20 tokens the supply calculation method is different, we scan the total supply data straight from the blockchain. (at Cryptocurrency.org we only considering the substraction of the burned amounts from the verified burning addresses.)
Total issued supply * Actual price = Marketcap