The 5 most controversial Bitcoin exchanges

The 5th most controversial cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, has gained some notoriety recently.

But what do you think of the most controversial exchanges? 

What is Bitcoin and why do you hate it? 

A few months ago, the exchange Bitstamp was shut down and a major Bitcoin rally followed. 

However, the community has responded with a lot of anger and resentment against the shutdown and the Bitcoiners themselves.

So how does Bitcoin stack up against all the other cryptocurrencies?

Let’s take a look at the biggest coins, the most popular and the most hated, in order of popularity.1.

Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Bitcoin and Ethereum Classic 1: Ethereum Classic is the second most popular cryptocurrency after Bitcoin.

Ethereum Classic has had a massive rise in popularity in recent months.

The price of Ethereum Classic skyrocketed from $0.02 to $0,800 in less than two weeks.

This is thanks to the Ethereum Classic fork, which was a huge victory for Ethereum developers and a lot more people than just Ethereum Classic users. 

It is estimated that Ethereum Classic’s market cap has surpassed $20 billion.

Ethereum is the most used cryptocurrency by Bitcoin users, and there is no doubt that Ethereum is popular and has a great future ahead of it. 2.

Ripple, Ripple, Ethereum and Ripple 2: Ripple is the third most popular digital asset, behind Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash.

Ripple is a decentralized digital asset exchange platform which provides liquidity to investors, merchants and financial institutions. 

Ripple was the first digital asset to be launched in 2014, but its popularity and market cap is not only due to its popularity, but also because of its decentralization.

Ripple’s market is expected to surpass $4 billion by 2019, according to TechCrunch. 


Litecoin, Litecoin and Litecoin Litecoin is a digital currency that is similar to Bitcoin in that it uses Proof of Stake (PoS) technology.

Litecoins supply is set at 100,000 coins, while Bitcoin’s supply is around 4.6 million coins.

LiteCoin is still relatively young in terms of its market cap, but it has a good chance to surpass Bitcoin’s market share. 


Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Classic Bitcoin Cash is the next big cryptocurrency to enter the market, after Ethereum Classic.

BitcoinCash was announced in November 2017 and it is expected that the Bitcoin Cash blockchain will be completed in 2020.

BitcoinCASH’s market capitalization has surpassed the $5 billion mark, according a report by Forbes. 


Lite, Lite and Bitcoin 2: Litecoin.

Lite is a cryptocurrency with a value of around $1,000.

Lite coins are currently valued around $100, according the blockchain market cap.

Lite was launched in November 2014 and the cryptocurrency is now trading around $8.20, according Market Capitalization Report by CoinMarketCap. 


Bitcoin, Bitcoin Classic, LiteCoin and Bitcoin Litecoin are the first two cryptocurrencies to join the Bitcoin blockchain.

Bitcoin is the first cryptocurrency to reach a market cap of $1 billion. 

Bitcoin Classic, the Bitcoin successor, is the fourth cryptocurrency to join Bitcoin’s blockchain. 


Dash, Dash and Bitcoin Dash is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency, that aims to provide a decentralized way to buy and sell goods and services. 

Dash was launched on April 1, 2017.

Dash has a market capitalisation of around US$9.8 million and is valued at US$0.05, according CoinMarketData. 


Bitcoin Gold, Bitcoin Gold and Bitcoin Gold Gold 2: Bitcoin Gold.

BitcoinGold is a Bitcoin digital asset that was launched by Bitcoin developer Gavin Andresen in March 2017.

BitcoinGOLD was announced on April 10, 2017 and has an estimated market cap at US $1.2 billion.

Bitcoin GOLD is the cryptocurrency that is expected the biggest cryptocurrency to surpass the $1 trillion market cap mark in 2019. 


Lite and LiteCoin LiteCoin.

Lite has been the most widely used cryptocurrency in the past months.

Its market capitalizations have been around US $150 billion and has reached around $150,000 in value, according FactSet. 


Ethereum and Ethereum Gold Ethereum Gold was launched as a Litecoin alternative in 2017.

Ethereum Gold is currently the second-most popular cryptocurrency with an estimated $835 million market cap and is the world’s largest. 


Bitcoin and Dash Bitcoin Dash was launched and launched in 2015 as a cryptocurrency aimed at developers and enthusiasts.

The Bitcoin Dash blockchain is expected be completed by 2021. 


LiteBitcoin, LiteBitcoin and LiteBitcoin Litecoin was launched October 18, 2017 in the US.

LiteBitcoins market cap stood at US.$6.2 million at the time of launch. 


Bitcoin Black and Bitcoin Black 2: Blackcoin and BitcoinBlack Black were announced in October 2018 and are now the most expensive cryptocurrencies.

BlackCoin was launched at $4.