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Currencies have over the centuries changed handed and denominations while retaining its true colors that is: used purely for transactions or money given in exchange of goods. Keeping same thoughts in mind, cryptocurrencies had come into the picture but still, somewhere they lacked to create interest among people.

With time and continuous efforts from the brains behind this currency type, things have changed as many folks have tried shifting their focus from using traditional ‘set’ currencies to the cryptos.



A Shift Slowly Picking Up Speed

Cryptocurrencies have finally begun to make themselves useful in the way they were intended to. Here we are talking about one of the many incidents wherein the residents of Moscow employ cryptocurrencies to conduct transactions. It might come as a bit of surprise for some folks as till now there has been a wave of uncertainty as to how would Bitcoin rise with passing time.

Remember readers, Bitcoins are one of the cryptocurrencies and yet there are many more cryptos out there. Bitcoin is one of the cryptos that many people use for transactions apart from ethereum, ripple, litecoin etc.

Report on What Cryptocurrency Usage Survey Has to Say

A survey had been recently conducted according to which close to 5% residents of Moscow preferred non-cash methods of payments inclusive of the cryptocurrencies! To be precise, about 1,000 people carried out transactions in such non-cash modes of payment. And to ascertain this survey further, regarding age group of people using these new modes of transactions, the surveyors got to know on questioning that there was no age bracket in particular and instead, all of them belonged to different age groups.



It does make sense here: cryptocurrencies were never meant to be put into service by only one age group but rather it has to be utilized by one and all!

Forms of Payment Used

On the other hand, there are still about 96% of residents who opt for bank cards while 16% of them used e-money. This survey also threw light on other payment services that people used namely: internet banking is utilized by about 32% of residents whereas some of them constituting about 40% of the population had switched to numerous mobile bank applications.
Hence, as you notice, people switch from one to another application (currency) in some time only. Therefore, it was about time for Cryptocurrency to make a mark for itself clearing the air that yes, it was time ripe for it to make a real entry in the real world out there.

Are People Ready to use Cryptocurrencies?

Curiosity arises whenever this question is asked - are people actually ready to use cryptocurrencies? Well, if looked at the above results from a survey conducted on residents of Moscow then we can very well say, about 5% of residents shall definitely give a try to Cryptocurrency as yet another ground-breaking payment method!

Revolution and change have been the most power packed words we adore and fear at the same time. With time, change becomes inevitable; thus, industrialization was a turning point of a whole new era for many of us. But have we ever wondered as to where would this stop? Or is there any way to throw together traditional and new techniques?

Of course, there are many ways to do this but everything boils down to one thing which is: is it worth the trouble?

The Emergence of Bitcoins and Blockchain

Post industrialization, one aspect that caught imagination of folks was this: Blockchain built to establish Bitcoins. Interesting though it may sound but somewhere down the line things got a bit tricky leaving a trail of thoughts.



Here, we speak about the initial idea of building a Blockchain, meant solely for Bitcoins. Time, however, took it to different places and now we find Blockchain being used in departments one could never think of. This leaves us with a question… has Blockchain worked for the best or not?

Money vs Cryptocurrency

Money, in simple definition, is a tool through which goods are exchanged, it is also recognized by the Governments across the globe. On the other hand, Cryptocurrency is based on Blockchain and still has not been recognized by any Country’s Government. Here comes the major difference!



Any reasons?

Reasons are abundant for not providing Cryptocurrency the platform it expected, one of them being Cryptocurrency (it may be Bitcoin or Ethereum or any other crypto) is decentralized to a great extent. This causes a clash thereby giving rise to good vs evil (in some cases). If you look around then you understand that most of the time, wrong doers try to find an escape route to finance their deeds.

Here it is, that most of them opt for Cryptocurrency as they do not leave a trail. Transactions turn easier than expected.

It was never this straightforward before though.

With Governments not identifying cryptos as a legal currency, it was bound to take a step back and hence one might very well observe that there has been quite a downfall of working of cryptocurrencies; some of them clicking whilst others struggling to stay at top of the game. From the very beginning, somewhere in 2017, there was a surge of investment from different corners of society, leading to a boom in cryptos; one, which had not been seen before.

Like a bubble bursts, Blockchain also burst only to reveal its true self wherein people could use it in numerous fashions * (in fields, making their work trouble free).

Never Ending Art Form

Aha! You may say this, Blockchain has led a revolution of its kind turning tables for what ‘money’ stood for. It did make banks in Japan to utilize it for making ‘Money Tap’, a domestic payment app. This got approved only after financial regulations were followed.

And so there might never be a dearth of Blockchain’s use, it is best if we use a wait and watch policy, for now, to decide future of Blockchain with its link to the biggest turnaround of the century ‘the Cryptocurrencies’.
Ethereum (ETH) is one of the most famous cryptocurrencies in the crypto universe. Proposed (in 2013) and released (in 2015) by Vitalik Buterin, Ethereum had become one of the most high valued cryptocurrencies in 2017, when it reached a price value of over $1400. Although not so high in price anymore, but it is still the 2nd highest cryptocurrencies by market capitalization, with a market value of over $21b in present.

After Bitcoin, Ethereum is considered to be the most precious cryptocurrency that every like to have in their portfolio. People love to earn Ethereum just like they love earning Bitcoin in different ways. Though it gets difficult to earn something if there is a extremely large audience working for the same thing, but there are always ways to get something if only you have the time and dedication to do it. Today, we are going to talk about 10 websites that can be used to earn Ethereum. So, let's get started. 

And also Check out our other top lists Here. Including Top 5 Securest Bitcoin Wallets, List of Bitcoin Forks, Top 5 ICOs of The Week, Top 5 Cryptocurrencie of October By Trading Volume.

Top 10 Websites, Top List, Cryptocurrency

1. BlockLancer

BlockLancer is a freelance website where you get paid for using your skills and completing different tasks for individuals or companies. The website is powered by Ethereum, which means, you get paid in Ethereum for the work you do on the platform.
The process is very simple. All you need to do is create your account on the website, and start looking at the tasks provided on the website. Once you get a task that fits your skills, start working on it, and upon completion, you get paid in Ethereum which you can withdraw to your wallet anytime you want.


Top 10 Websites, Top List, Cryptocurrency

2. ETHLend

ETHLend is a lending platform where users lend and borrow Ethereum (ETH) to/from each other. Lending usually is quite risky since there can be scams in the business, but this website makes sure no one losses any funds for which they ask for collateral from the borrower to keep the lender in peace of mind. The lender gets commissions on the amount of Ethereum he lends to an individual after the days defined in the deal.
A user needs to create an account on the platform in order to start lending or borrowing Ethereum from/to others.


Top 10 Websites, Top List, Cryptocurrency

3. Bitcoin Forum

Bitcoin Forum is the most popular cryptocurrency forum in the entire crypto community. It has over 1 million active users. It has marketplaces, services and other different sections for users which also include earning opportunities. Users can either earn through offering their services to the community and ask for payments in Ethereum, or they can even join different Bounty/Signature campaigns and get paid weekly. Bounties mostly pay users in ERC-20 tokens which are ethereum-based tokens and can be easily converted to Ethereum on exchange websites like Etherdelta or others similar to that.
All you need to do is to register an account on the forum and start doing what you prefer.



Top 10 Websites, Top List, Cryptocurrency

4. EarnCrypto

EarnCrypto is a website where users can earn Ethereum by completing survery, playing games, watching videos and also by referring others to the website. The earnings can be directly withdrawn to any Ethereum wallet once reached the minimum payout threshold.
Just create your account on the website, and start earning immediately after that.


Top 10 Websites, Top List, Cryptocurrency

5. Multi-Coin Faucet

Multi-Coin Faucet is a faucet website which gives its users fractions of Bitcoin or Ethereum after every 30 minutes of time. Other than that, the users can also roll a dice and get some extra satoshis. The website also gives free raffle tickets for every dice roll, and a 35% lifetime referral commission. There is a Hi-Lo game as well where users can bet their earnings in order to win more.
Register now and start earning.


Top 10 Websites, Top List, Cryptocurrency

6. Allcoins

Allcoins is a multi-purpose crypto earning platform that offers faucets, games, PTC and offer walls along with a miner and an auto-faucet tool which users can utilize to earn Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. Other than these. the platform also has lotteries where users can win big amounts in jackpots. The earnings can be easily withdrawn to the walllets, and there is no minimum withdrawal.
Create your account and start earning immediately.


Top 10 Websites, Top List, Cryptocurrency

7. EthereumClix

EthereumClix is a PTC (Paid To Click) website which gives out Ethereum to users for clicking and watching advertisements on the platform provided by the advertisers. Upon creating an account, you get daily ads to watch and get paid accordingly. You can also earn up to 60% referral commission if you refer someone else to the site. You can directly withdraw your funds to your wallet once you reach the minimum withdraw limit.



8. SwissAdsPays

SwissAdsPays is another multi-purpose Ethereum earning platform that offers different kind of ways for its users to earn Ethereum. Those ways include a faucet, games, an Hi-Lo betting and a weekly raffle. Users can also earn a 25% lifetime referral commission by referring someone else to the website. Withdraw your funds directly to your Ethereum wallet anytime you want.
Register now and get started.


Top 10 Websites, Top List, Cryptocurrency

9. Bounty Hunters

Bounty Hunters is a bounty campaign platform where users complete different tasks to get paid in ERC-20 tokens which are sent directly to their ERC-20 compatible Ethereum wallets. Tokens earned through Bounty Hunters can easily be converted to Ethereum through EtherDelta or any other exchange that lists the token. Bounty Hunters offer different Social Media tasks and some other tasks that users will have to complete in order to get stakes which are later converted into tokens and deposited to their wallets.
Create an account on the platform and start hunting.


Top 10 Websites, Top List, Cryptocurrency

10. Cointiply

Cointiply is a faucet website with several more earning tools like completing different tasks, and playing some games to earn different cryptocurrencies including Ethereum. Users require to create an account on the platform and then start claiming their coins through the faucet and alongside play some games and complete a few tasks to maximize their earnings. The platform also offers a 25% lifetime commission on referrals.

Visit: https://cointiply.com/
Cryptocurrency trading has been a tremendous trend from the last few years because of the enormous market cap they have occupied over time. The current amount of trade-able cryptocurrencies is 2071 which has a total market cap of over $200b across all the exchange platforms. Bitcoin, no doubt, has always been on top of all because of its market cap is above $100b in present which covers over 50% of the total market cap of the entire cryptocurrency ecosystem, but other than that, there are some other cryptocurrencies that have been hugely traded along the way and has gained a huge increase in their trading volumes over the time. Below are the Top 5 cryptocurrencies other than Bitcoin that have been traded massively across the exchanges since the starting of October 2018.

Also Check out
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Top 5 ICOs Of The Week [18 Oct - 24 Oct - 2018






Tether ICO Review, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency

1. Tether (USDT)

Tether, the cryptocurrency claimed to be backed with USD, was first issued on October 6, 2014. It has a market cap of over $2.5b in present. The cryptocurrency has been being traded in very large numbers in the last few years, especially in near past. Tether has gained a trading volume of over $15b last week, and over $80b within the last 30 days. Tether is on the top of our list of most traded cryptocurrencies of the ongoing month (October 2018). Below is the daily trading volume of Tether from the starting of the month.

Oct 01:     $3,069,480,000
Oct 02:     $2,818,190,000
Oct 03:     $2,812,780,000
Oct 04:     $2,374,680,000
Oct 05:     $2,330,830,000
Oct 06:     $2,238,520,000
Oct 07:     $2,187,670,000
Oct 08:     $2,594,100,000
Oct 09:     $2,183,500,000
Oct 10:     $2,295,300,000
Oct 11:     $3,772,600,000

It has been consistently getting a trading volume of between $2b to $3b every single day, which makes it the most traded cryptocurrency besides Bitcoin in October 2018.





Ethereum ICO Review, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency

2. Ethereum (ETH)

Ethereum is one of the most used cryptocurrencies of all time. It was released on 30 July 2015. The cryptocurrency since then has reached the market cap of over $23b by now. In spite of the ups and downs, it has to see, Ethereum is still one of the most traded cryptocurrencies in the entire cryptocurrencies ecosystem. It has gained a trading volume of over $9b in the last week, and above $49b in the last 30 days of time. It is the 3rd most traded cryptocurrency of October 2018. Below is the daily trade volume of Ethereum in this month.

Oct 01:     $1,597,500,000
Oct 02:     $1,542,080,000
Oct 03:     $1,683,930,000
Oct 04:     $1,479,500,000
Oct 05:     $1,547,330,000
Oct 06:     $1,505,070,000
Oct 07:     $1,470,480,000
Oct 08:     $1,470,740,000
Oct 09:     $1,405,130,000
Oct 10:     $1,384,040,000
Oct 11:     $2,167,620,000

Maintaining a trading volume of over $1b every day makes Ethereum the 3rd most traded cryptocurrency of this month and 2nd on our list.





Ripple ICO Review, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency

3. Ripple (XRP)

Launched on October 25, 2016, Ripple has the 3rd largest market cap after Bitcoin and Ethereum occupying the first two positions. The cryptocurrency has gained fame for being the fastest payment protocol ever existed, and has a market cap of over $17b is present. Ripple is also one of the most traded cryptocurrencies around the globe. It has got a trading volume of over $3.5b in the last week, and over $27b in the last 30 days. It is the 4th most traded cryptocurrency of this month. Details below show the trading volume for each day from the starting of this month.

Oct 01:     $1,412,800,000
Oct 02:     $743,705,000
Oct 03:     $789,229,000
Oct 04:     $621,615,000
Oct 05:     $589,636,000
Oct 06:     $672,167,000
Oct 07:     $548,645,000
Oct 08:     $540,832,000
Oct 09:     $416,867,000
Oct 10:     $412,207,000
Oct 11:     $791,202,000

A trading volume of over or around $500m every day makes it the 3rd most traded cryptocurrency of October 2018, excluding Bitcoin.





EOS ICO Review, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency

4. EOS.IO (EOS)

EOS can be considered to be the most successful cryptocurrency if we divide its success by the time of its existence. It was released on June 1, 2018, and has gained a huge success because of the fewer transaction fees and the speed of the transactions. It has a market cap of over $5b by today. People love to trade this cryptocurrency because of the transaction times it has, and that is the reason why it is also one of the most traded cryptocurrencies of all time. Above $3.5b is the trading volume of it in the last 7 days, and over $18b for the last 30 days. It is the 4th most traded cryptocurrency of October 2018 after Bitcoin. Below are the trading volumes of this month for EOS.

Oct 01:     $695,608,000
Oct 02:     $564,671,000
Oct 03:     $595,740,000
Oct 04:     $613,679,000
Oct 05:     $554,553,000
Oct 06:     $486,075,000
Oct 07:     $525,930,000
Oct 08:     $627,571,000
Oct 09:     $538,883,000
Oct 10:     $533,169,000
Oct 11:     $758,737,000

Getting a $500 or above trading volume for each day, it is the 4th most traded cryptocurrency of this month.





Bitcoin Cash ICO Review, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency

5. Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

The congested transactions of Bitcoin and the large fees being charged on them pushed the developers to fork the coin in order to increase the block-size and solve those issues. The hard fork taking effect on 1 August 2017 split the coin into two, naming the second one Bitcoin Cash. As a result of the fork, every person having Bitcoins had received Bitcoin Cash equivalent to their Bitcoins, and this resulted from an immediate trade scenario for the newly generated coin. Since then, it has been in the markets and has been being traded in large numbers by traders across all the exchanges. The coin currently have a market cap of above $8.9b. Its last 7 days trade volume is around $2.5b and it has 30 days trade volume of over $12.7b. Thus, it is the 6th most traded cryptocurrency right now in the crypto universe. Below are the trading volumes of it in October 2018.

Oct 01:     $450,906,000
Oct 02:     $536,291,000
Oct 03:     $512,420,000
Oct 04:     $466,791,000
Oct 05:     $384,914,000
Oct 06:     $391,070,000
Oct 07:     $382,426,000
Oct 08:     $397,869,000
Oct 09:     $372,000,000
Oct 10:     $369,806,000
Oct 11:     $487,652,000

With a trading volume between $2b to $4b every day, it is the 5th most traded cryptocurrency of October 2018 besides Bitcoin.



These are the most traded cryptocurrencies of the ongoing month, October 2018 excluding Bitcoin. The race to be on top will obviously continue forever, and to see who stays on the top, we will always have to keep an eye on the markets and such stats.