It’s not always easy to tell which virtual currency is worth a bitcoin or baht, but in the case of virtual currencies, it’s easy to see which is more popular in India.
The top three cryptocurrencies by market cap in India were Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin.
Bitcoin is the fastest-growing virtual currency in the country with a market cap of around $7 billion in 2016, according to data from Coinmarketcap.
The total market capitalisation of all virtual currencies in India is now about $30 billion, according the latest data from CryptoCompare.
India has more than 20,000 digital currency exchanges and more than 100,000 virtual currency exchanges.
In India, there are two main ways to acquire virtual currency: via traditional financial institutions, such as banks, and through cryptocurrency exchanges.
A lot of people, including financial institutions in India, are using digital currency to buy their goods and services, and to store value on a blockchain.
This is different from traditional banking transactions, which are mostly conducted through physical money.
Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Ripple-Cash, BitStamp, Ripple and others are popular among Indians who want to buy or sell virtual currencies.
They are all crypto-currencies, which use blockchain technology to track the ownership and value of digital assets.
Most of these currencies are now available for purchase in many Indian financial institutions.
While India has around 10,000 registered crypto-currency exchanges, around 4,500 of them are in the UK and the US, according TOI.
The most popular cryptocurrency in IndiaBitcoin, which was the most widely used virtual currency worldwide in 2016 according to CoinMarketcap, is the world’s fastest-rising virtual currency.
The average price of a bitcoin has increased by over 2,000% from February 2017 to March 2018.
The average price per bitcoin is now around $5,700 in India while the average price in the US is around $18,000.
Bitcoin, which has been around for over five years, is now the world most-used digital currency.
According to research from the Centre for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR), in 2018, the price of one bitcoin is around Rs 1,000, while the price per gram of gold is about Rs 6,500.
In the last six months, Bitcoin has gained a staggering 25% in terms of value, up from just Rs 2,500 to Rs 4,800 per gram.
The biggest cryptocurrency is Ethereum, which is also called a “smart contract” because it has the capability to execute contracts.
According to research by the World Economic Forum, Ethereum has a market capitalization of around US$1.5 billion and an annualised value of US$2.5 trillion.
Ethereum’s price in India has jumped from about $400 per ether in April to nearly Rs 3,500 in May.
The most popular altcoins include Litecoin and Ripple, which have seen significant gains in value.
Litecoin gained over 10% in the last 12 months, while Ripple has grown from around $20 per ether to about $120 per ether.