What is Coinranking?
Coinranking is a website that provides comprehensive data about digital assets. It offers insight into the latest crypto prices, cryptocurrency ranking, and different exchanges. It also allows users to list their cryptocurrencies and advertise their crypto projects to grow their community.
Users use it to add real-time prices of cryptocurrencies like BTC and DOGE or their own cryptocurrencies to their applications or websites. It also features more than ten years of historical data that users can use to create price charts in their apps.
The service allows users who prefer to hold on to their digital assets to easily keep track of them. It is free to use and totally anonymous.
Users can advertise on the platform to give their brand more exposure. Some of Coinranking’s advertising partners include Etoro, Coinzilla, Buysellads, and Coingaming.
Coinranking also has an Android app and a Windows app. There is, however, no app for iOS devices.
The platform was launched in 2017 in the Netherlands by its three co-founders, Maarten Wiersema, Nick Pater, and Mark Kooistra. Maarten is the CEO, Nick is the Head of Development, and Mark is the Head of Product and Design.
The three are supported by a team of professionals with skill sets crossing many fields of expertise. Team members include Wout Hoekstra, a full-stack developer, Irhas, a data entry operator, and Mosyi Johan, a business development manager.
It is worth noting that as of 2022, the platform has moved its home from the Netherlands to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
There are thousands of cryptocurrencies listed on Coinranking. Some of them include Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Tether USD (USDT), Cardano (ADA), Dogecoin (DOGE), and Solana (SOL).
The coins are ranked by market cap. They are listed based on various categories including, BRC-20, SRC-20, ORC-20, meme, layer-1, AI, exchange, layer-2, and Web3 among others.
Exchanges can also be listed on the platform. Exchanges are listed based on whether their daily trading volume is at least $ 5 million, have at least 500,000 visitors per month, and have a sizable following on social media, among other requirements.
Coinranking faces stiff competition from Coinmarketcap, Coingecko, Coincodex.com, Coindataflow.com, and Coinmooner.com, among other crypto-ranking websites.
It especially has some work to do to compete with the likes of Coinmarketcap and Coingecko, which are more popular. Launched in 2013, Coinmarketcap, for example, is the most trusted crypto-ranking website in the market. It is often referred to as the Wikipedia of crypto.
Coinranking stands out as a simple cryptocurrency listing and ranking site accessible on desktop (Windows) and mobile (Android). It allows users to track more than 10,000 cryptocurrencies and features useful products like API and Coinhodler, which allow users to track their digital assets.
The platform is not as popular as Coinmarketcap and Coingecko, but it is slowly getting there. Extra services like advertising, which allows users to advertise their projects and coins, are a plus and can help grow its user base. So far, it's doing pretty well compared to other coin-ranking sites.
Author: Jay Jackson
Jay Jackson is a crypto trader, researcher and freelance writer. He works closely with people and businesses in the crypto sphere, writing blog posts, guides, press releases, reviews and ebooks.