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A Periodic Table Of Cryptocurrencies

It’s getting more difficult by the day to keep up with the changes in the ever-evolving cryptocurrency market. So, the smart people over at InvestInBlockchain.com have put together a Periodic Table of Cryptocurrencies that consists of 118 elements and organized into nine categories.

The categories are listed below the table (using their descriptions), along with brief explanations of the factors that contribute to a coin or token being included in a given category.

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Periodic table of cryptocurrencies from InvestInBlockchain.com

Currencies – Coins used primarily for payments and to store value.

Protocols, Exchanges, and Interoperability – Projects building decentralized infrastructure to exchange cryptocurrencies and enable communication between different blockchains.

Computing, Data Management & Cloud Services – Projects related to computing, data storage and security, and cloud services including file storage and cloud computing.

Others – Projects that didn’t fit into any of the other categories. These include prediction markets, oracles, betting platforms, and AI-related projects.

Platforms – Smart contract and decentralized application (dapp) platforms.

Gaming, Media, and Social Networking Platforms – Projects related to the gaming industry, online content publishing and distribution, and social media.

Privacy Coins – Currencies with features to make transactions anonymous and/or untraceable.

FinTech – Financial services and technology.

Business/Enterprise – Platforms meant to help businesses improve efficiency, transparency, and security, among other things.

It’s a useful reference and you can see the original article over here where you can see more descriptions of the different cryptocurrencies in play.


Nikolas is a world-leading Futurist that drives leaders to take action in creating a better world for humanity. He promotes exponential thinking along with a critical, honest, and optimistic view that empowers you with knowledge to plan for today, tomorrow, and for the future.

Contact him to discuss how to engage and inspire your audience. You can also see more of Nikolas’ thoughts on his Futurist Speaker VLOGs as he publishes them in this Youtube playlist.

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A Periodic Table Of Cryptocurrencies

It’s getting more difficult by the day to keep up with the changes in the ever-evolving cryptocurrency market. So, the smart people over at InvestInBlockchain.com have put together a Periodic Table of Cryptocurrencies that consists of 118 elements and organized into nine categories.

The categories are listed below the table (using their descriptions), along with brief explanations of the factors that contribute to a coin or token being included in a given category.

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Periodic table of cryptocurrencies from InvestInBlockchain.com

Currencies – Coins used primarily for payments and to store value.

Protocols, Exchanges, and Interoperability – Projects building decentralized infrastructure to exchange cryptocurrencies and enable communication between different blockchains.

Computing, Data Management & Cloud Services – Projects related to computing, data storage and security, and cloud services including file storage and cloud computing.

Others – Projects that didn’t fit into any of the other categories. These include prediction markets, oracles, betting platforms, and AI-related projects.

Platforms – Smart contract and decentralized application (dapp) platforms.

Gaming, Media, and Social Networking Platforms – Projects related to the gaming industry, online content publishing and distribution, and social media.

Privacy Coins – Currencies with features to make transactions anonymous and/or untraceable.

FinTech – Financial services and technology.

Business/Enterprise – Platforms meant to help businesses improve efficiency, transparency, and security, among other things.

It’s a useful reference and you can see the original article over here where you can see more descriptions of the different cryptocurrencies in play.


Nikolas is a world-leading Futurist that drives leaders to take action in creating a better world for humanity. He promotes exponential thinking along with a critical, honest, and optimistic view that empowers you with knowledge to plan for today, tomorrow, and for the future.

Contact him to discuss how to engage and inspire your audience. You can also see more of Nikolas’ thoughts on his Futurist Speaker VLOGs as he publishes them in this Youtube playlist.

Please SUBSCRIBE to Nikolas’ Youtube channel so that you don’t miss any as they come up. You can see more of his thoughts on LinkedinTwitter, and bookmarked research on Tumblr.