Bitcoin and Ethereum are undisputedly the two most well-known cryptocurrencies on the market. Although they differ in their history and uses, they’ve both been able to maintain interest from keen crypto investors. But which coin comes out on top? We compare the two to help you decide which is the better investment.
The cryptocurrency market experienced a huge surge in popularity in 2021. With that has come the emergence of thousands of new crypto assets, with a total of 5,840 on the market as of September 2021, a stark increase from the 66 that existed in 2013.
But as these new cryptocurrencies battle to gain market share, Bitcoin and Ethereum have remained relatively unshaken by the competition, holding their positions as the two biggest coins by market capitalization as other cryptocurrencies have come and gone.