The cryptocurrency world is a sea of volatility.
People are trading bitcoin, litecoin and more than 100 other altcoins for a variety of currencies.
They include gold, platinum and silver.
If you’re wondering what all the fuss is about, the short answer is: It’s all about the volatility.
A coin’s price is determined by a number of factors including supply and demand, the supply and value of coins being traded, the demand for those coins, the number of coins in circulation, and other factors.
Some coins have gone through price crashes that have sent their prices plummeting.
These coins can be extremely volatile, especially if the price of one coin drops and another rises.
These fluctuations are called price swings.
These swings are usually small.
When a coin has a price swing, it’s often due to a combination of factors.
For example, a low demand for a particular coin and a high supply of that coin can cause the price to fall.
These prices can then be reversed, or the price can increase as new coins are added to the market.
Coin prices can also move dramatically during a bull market or a bear market, as the value of a coin declines.
If the price moves dramatically during these periods, it can cause coins to go from being popular to being highly scarce.
In other words, when a coin drops in value, there is a lot of demand for it.
The price can also go down because of the rising price of other coins.
This can cause prices to drop dramatically and cause people to lose money.
This happens when a bull markets rally and the price goes down.
It’s also very common when a currency, like gold, pops.
This is a type of market bubble.
The currency has a great price advantage over other coins, so it is able to absorb a lot more money and it’s able to take on a new life as a new asset class.
When it pops, it typically causes a price rally.
The bull market is then followed by a bear markets rally.
This occurs when the price rises dramatically and is followed by another rally.
If prices stay high and demand for coins stays high, they will keep on rising.
This cycle will lead to more price swings, more bubbles, and more money losses.
This may sound a bit counterintuitive, but it’s not.
It is exactly the opposite.
It means that a lot less money is being wasted on these coins.
And, if prices stay low and demand is high, people can take advantage of the coins that are going for the most money.
And in a way, that is what is happening right now.
Bitcoin and Litecoin have been the hottest coins in recent months.
The two are in the process of hitting the $1,000 mark.
They have now been trading for over a year and a half, and their market cap is about $7.7 billion.
This year, they have gone up by more than $300 million.
If their market capitalization was $10 billion, they would have hit the $10,000 threshold on Wednesday.
That’s $150 billion worth of cryptocurrency being traded right now in less than a week.
But the coin is not alone.
In addition to Bitcoin, the most popular altcoins are Litecoin, Ripple, Ethereum, Ripple XRP, Dash and Dogecoin.
This chart shows the market cap of these coins in 2017.
Each currency has its own value.
The value of each currency depends on the price it’s trading at right now, as well as its supply and supply of supply of coins.
Ripple has a supply of 100 million coins, while Ethereum has a total of 1.7 million coins.
They all trade for the same price and are traded in much the same way.
If Litecoin goes down to $0.50, that means a total supply of 2 million.
This means that the value and demand of Litecoin are in balance.
Ripple and Ethereum are both backed by the blockchain.
This ledger is maintained by an open platform.
This makes it possible for anyone to participate in the exchange.
In this case, it is the community that keeps the ledger updated.
It also means that there is no centralized authority to check the veracity of the ledger.
It can also allow for a fair market for these coins, since there are no government agencies or regulatory bodies that regulate or try to stop the use of these cryptocurrencies.
There is also a market for Dash, which has a market cap about $1.5 billion.
It has been trading at a price of about $4.25 in recent weeks.
This market value is about 1.5 times that of Bitcoin.
And it’s growing.
Dash’s market cap now stands at about $6.3 billion.
With $6 billion in market cap, Dash has more than quadrupled in the past six months.
It was trading for about $8 a coin in July.
Now, with a market capitalisation of $25 billion