What are Dead Coins?
Dead Coins refer to cryptocurrencies that have been abandoned, used as scam, their website is down, has no nodes, has wallet issues, doesn't have s...Read more
What are ICO Dead Coins?
Definition: Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) are the high risk/high reward place to invest with over 60% ending up dead coins before they even get a ex...Read more
What are Joke Dead Coins?
Definition: An accurate guess is that over 90-95% of jokes coins end up dead, so before you invest in a joke coins make sure it is not a joke. If i...Read more
What are ScamDead Coins?
Definition: Lots of dead coins are scams. The information linked above points out some of the ways that people have been scammed and what to look o...Read more
What are Abandoned Dead Coins?
Definition: Dead Coins are the most common, this is for a number of reasons. If a coin or token has little information on why it died, it falls int...Read more
How to get a coin on the list?
Contact us. Comment on this page. Wait and we will get it sooner or later :).Read more
How to get off the list?
Contact us (we not 100% accurate). Have a active coin in the top 1000*. Update your social media and website.Read more
Why do some of the coins on the list say current?
This is because they can sometimes still be traded, it is not advised to trade these coins. Because they have very large risks, very little develop...Read more
Why is crypto crashing and will it recover?
The volatility of the market makes it almost impossible to predict. It could recover and rise above previous record highs, or it could crash and never come back. This is why cryptocurrency is a risky investment, and you should only ever put in what you can afford to lose.
What just happened to crypto?
While crypto investors have driven up Ether’s price this year, the token failed to live up to any safe haven status at the end of the month. When news broke of the Omicron COVID variant on 26 November, the token plummeted alongside other risk assets. Ethereum fell from US$4,550 to US$3,960, losing 13% in a single hour.
What to do when Crypto is crashing?
What to Do When Cryptocurrency Is Crashing
- Remember that bitcoin and other cryptos are volatile. For those who have been investing in cryptocurrencies for years, dramatic gains and losses are nothing new.
- Understand your risk appetite before investing. ...
- Examine what’s driving the selloff. ...
- Single investments should flavor, not dominate, your portfolio. ...
Is bitcoin dying?
No, Bitcoin is not dead. In fact, Bitcoin is very much alive. See the activity on the Bitcoin network - market price, average block size, transactions per day, mempool size, total circulation, market capitalization, exchange trade volume, blockchain size, average transaction per block, average payments per block, confirmation times, etc. - here.