Bitcoin (BTC) - is the world's first decentralized digital currency. One of the main features of the BTC system is complete decentralization - there is no central administrator or any equivalent. A necessary and sufficient element of this payment system is the basic client program.

Ethereum (ETH) - is a cryptocurrency of a platform for creating decentralized online services based on blockchain. These services operate on the smart contracts basis. Ethereum greatly simplifies the introduction of blockchain technology as it is an open source platform.

Ripple (XRP) - is a digital currency of a Ripple network, a cryptocurrency platform for payment systems, focused on operations with currency exchange without chargebacks. Ripple is based on a shared public database. So it is completely decentralized system. The main purpose of Ripple system is to transfer big amounts of money as quick as possible.

Zcash (ZEC) - is the first accessible and open cryptocurrency that can fully protect the confidentiality of the transactions through a cryptographic protocol "Zero-knowledge proof". Zcash transactions are shown in a public blockchain, however, the sender, the receiver and the transaction amount remain private.

Tezos (XTZ) - is a cryptocurrency of a platform that is intended for smart contracts and decentralized applications. The Tezos's goal is to create a network capable of introducing various innovations without the need for hardforks. According to the internal rules of the platform, interested parties can easily vote and reach a consensus on modernization issues.

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) - is a cryptocurrency that requires no trusted third parties and no central bank. Bitcoin Cash is the hard fork of Bitcoin that has separated from it. Branching took place on August 1, 2017. Merchants and users are empowered with low fees and reliable confirmations.

EOS (EOS) - is a cryptocurrency of hosting platform for smart contracts, designed for open source projects and decentralized consumer-oriented applications (DApps). A key part of the platform is the Delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS). It is designed to meet the performance requirements of decentralized applications on a blockchain — including processing millions of users.

Stellar (XLM) - is a cryptocurrency of a platform, which is an analogue of a decentralized crypto exchange, where you can buy or sell any currency. Transfers in the network are absolutely free. The Stellar network is able to process around 1,500 transactions per second, which makes it much faster than Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Litecoin (LTC) - is a peer-to-peer Internet currency that enables to make private, secure and borderless payments for pennies anywhere in the world. Litecoin is the second hard fork of Bitcoin. The speed of blocks formation in the Litecoin network is 2.5 minutes, which is higher than in the Bitcoin network.

Monero (XMR) - is a private digital currency. Monero makes untraceable transactions through technology called ring signature. This technology mixes some individual transactions with others, so it is not clear to the public who owns the addresses. It also hides balance sheets thanks to stealth addresses, random, one-time addresses that cannot be associated with specific individuals.

Tether (USDT) - is a stablecoin which allows users to store, send and receive digital currencies collateralized to dollars. The token has low volatility and its price is always close to $1. Tether is aimed at working as traditional money with all the qualities of monetary currency and adhere to cryptocurrency principles such as security and decentralization.

Dash(DASH) - is digital cash on the blockchain basis, using the anonymous transaction mechanism. It is possible to make instant, private payments online or in-store using Dash. DASH has no centralized control, so emissions occur during mining.

IOTA (MIOTA) - is an open source cryptocurrency, which is intended for secure and efficient data transfer and payments without fees between devices on the Internet of Things. The IOTA transaction confirmation time is short, the number of simultaneously processed transactions is unlimited and the system can be easily scaled.

TRON (TRX) - is a decentralized open source cryptocurrency, which was founded by TRON Foundation. The goal of the TRON decentralized protocol is to create a worldwide free entertainment network based on a distributed registry. The TRX algorithm allows each user to publish, store and receive data freely.

Binance Coin (BNB) - is a token created by the Binance exchange to provide better trading conditions. Having BNB tokens on the exchange balance, the user has the opportunity to pay 2 times lower commissions. Also, Binance Coin is used to trade in pairs with more than 60 cryptocurrencies inside the exchange.

NEM (XEM) - is a cryptocurrency written on Java and JavaScript. NEM is significantly ahead of Bitcoin and Etherium in its technological effectiveness and speed of transactions due to the fresh decisions in the NEM code and the use of the “Proof-of-Importance” algorithm.

Ethereum Classic (ETC) - is a cryptocurrency that appeared as a result of the Ethereum hardfork and is positioned as the original and primordial version of ETH. A distinctive feature of Ethereum Classic from Ethereum is that ETC retains the principle of non-interference from the outside and the supremacy of the code.

NEO (NEO) - is a coin on a smart asset platform. NEO is the first open-source blockchain project from China. NEO coin and the platform aims to develop a "smart economy" with a distributed network by utilizing blockchain technology and digital identity to digitize assets, and automating the management of digital assets using smart contracts.

Cardano (ADA) - is a cryptocurrency of Cardano that is a decentralized blockchain platform on smart contracts with open source. The platform operates on a Proof-of-Stake algorithm called Ouroboros, which determines how individual nodes reach consensus on the entire network.