With the crypto market running red, a majority of the cryptos are down 90 to 95 percent from their all-time highs (ATH). Binance Coin, Maker, Chainlink, and Aurora are in 70s range while Bitcoin, Stellar, BAT, EOS, Ox, and Decred are still less than 85 percent down from their peaks.
Winners amidst over 90% Downers
The crypto market is all red with a majority of the cryptocurrencies losing at the moment. This means cryptos have more chances of seeing their bottom than moving towards their peaks.
Bitcoin Diamond has lost the most of its value i.e. 98.7 percent. Cryptos like Cardano, Verge, Nano, Nem, Lisk, Neo, and Tron among others are down more than 95 percent from their peak.
Meanwhile, only a handful of cryptos are down less than 85 percent since their all-time high (ATH).
The leading cryptocurrency Bitcoin remains the king as despite losing 30 percent of its value in a week, Bitcoin is still about 77 percent down from its $20,000 (approximately). At the time of writing, BTC price has been trading at $4,511 with 24 hours losses of 2.45 percent.
BTC 1-year price chart, Source: Coinmarketcap
The 4th ranked cryptocurrency, Stellar has been making a lot of movement as it trades at $0.1968 while down by 4 percent at the moment. However, it is 79 percent away from $0.938.
XLM 1-year price chart, Source: Coinmarketcap
EOS might have lost the 5th spot to Stellar but it is also among the coins that are 83.6 percent down from its peak at about $23. Currently, it is trading at $3.75 and in the red by 2 percent.
EOS 1-year price chart, Source: Coinmarketcap
Basic Attention Token (BAT) is in the green by 9.30 percent at $0.184 while the market is in deep red. At around $1 on its peak, BAT is 81 percent away from its all-time high.
BAT 1-year price chart, Source: Coinmarketcap
Ox and Decree are also among the ones down less than 85 percent from their ATH. A number of other notable mentions are Binance Coin, Maker, Chainlink, and Aurora which are in the 70s range from their peak. Even Tether, a USD pegged stable coin is 19 percent down from its ATH at $1.12 which is currently at $0.98.