Crypto coins (BTC, ETH, and ZEC) are gaining steam as more companies and investors become aware of the new technology.
The cryptocurrency market cap has surged past $1.6 billion, according to CoinMarketCap.
But the market has seen a dramatic drop off from this year, with Bitcoin trading at a $1,086 level.
It hit a new low of $1 and is now trading at around $1 for the first time in 2017.
The market cap of crypto coins as a percentage of total cryptocurrency market capitalization, which is defined as the market cap minus one of the following currencies: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Monero, Dash, Litecoin, Zcash, Dash Cash, or Dogecoin.
The latter two coins are both listed as being part of the altcoin market cap.
As the price of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies continue to fall, the price is also falling for many other cryptocurrencies as well.
The cryptocurrency price for Litecoin fell below $3, according in the market data.
Ethereum also hit a low of around $4 a coin, which makes it one of those cryptocurrencies that has seen huge price swings in the past few weeks.
At this point, the crypto price could fall even further as the price for other cryptocurrencies continues to drop.
The new altcoin boom was caused by two things.
First, the rise of digital currency.
Second, the adoption of altcoins by tech companies.
This is because of the blockchain technology that underpins cryptocurrencies.
This technology allows people to run cryptocurrency transactions directly without the need for a centralized authority.
The rise of crypto currencies in the last few years has caused a lot of hype around the new tech and a lot more people to think about buying and trading digital currencies.
The rise of altcoin trading on exchanges is a great example of this.
The demand for digital currencies and digital assets have created a massive amount of demand for these altcoins.
Many companies are now making use of these altcoin coins to build up their respective digital currencies, according CoinMarket.
There is also a growing demand for cryptocurrencies to be used for legitimate transactions, according MarketWatch.
As of January 2018, there were roughly 6.8 million crypto currencies listed on CoinMarket cap.
This number has increased to around 7.4 million in the latest analysis.