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Crypto index funds are similar to Nasdaq 100, Dow Jones or S&P500. It is a measure of the market index, in particular, the market for crypto-assets. Depending on the total network/market value, most crypto index funds use a weighted portfolio for the top ten crypto assets.
This is your go-to page to see all available crypto assets. More than 200 of them are presented here. The default setting shows prices in USD and sorts crypto assets based on the market capitalization. Click the USD – BTC switches to see prices in bitcoins. The key metrics such as the closing price, total and available number of coins, traded volume and price change percentage are all available at a quick glance. Check out the Performance tab to analyze the volatility and evaluate the performance of a particular crypto asset by selecting different time periods. Numerous technical indicators in the Oscillators and Trend-Following tabs can help you determine the trend direction and see what the current market situation is.
See the most traded currency crosses that are displayed by popularity and regions. Switch between the Prices and Heat Map modes to see the latest price updates along with the strongest and weakest currencies. The table lets you compare cross rates and exchange rates of the most popular currencies throughout the world.
Indices of major currencies
Currency indices are designed to measure changes in the value of the currency. They do that by tracking the exchange rates of currencies that have the highest liquidity on the market. The U.S. Dollar index is the most popular and commonly traded currency index. It’s widely recognized as a benchmark for the global value of the U.S. Dollar.