On February 26, China’s Center for Information and Industry Development released the tenth edition crypto rankings. EOS (EOS), however, maintains its top spot. Bitcoin (BTC), however, is at the 13th spot.
The most recent crypto rankings report by CCID shows a new entrant to its list. Instead of the 34 cryptos that were accessed during January’s report (which was available in the January report), the state-backed tech group has analyzed 35 digital currencies. TRON (TRX), a new entry, has been able to defeat Ethereum and place itself as the second.
The CCID is supported by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. In May 2018, the first monthly crypto rating report was published. Ethereum (ETH), the highest-rated cryptocurrency position, was given out of the original 28 coins.
EOS was dethroned as the top cryptocurrency for three aspects in June 2018: application, basic technology, and innovation. According to CoinMarketCap data, EOS is currently the fourth-ranked cryptocurrency, with $3.2 billion in market cap.
ETH lost another point this time as TRON, a new entrant, took the second place. Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency, jumped from its 15th rank to the thirteenth position in the CCID’s rankings. NEM (XEM) was awarded the 35th position, having lost its position to major altcoin Litecoin.