Frequently Asked Questions

Market Capitalization is one way to rank the relative size of a cryptocurrency. It's calculated by multiplying the Price by the Circulating Supply.
Market Cap = Price X Circulating Supply.
Price is calculated by taking the volume weighted average of all prices reported at each market.
We've found that Circulating Supply is a much better metric for determining the market capitalization. Coins that are locked, reserved, or not able to be sold on the public market are coins that can't affect the price and thus should not be allowed to affect the market capitalization as well. The method of using the Circulating Supply is analogous to the method of using public float for determining the market capitalization of companies in traditional investing.
We are still working on it. We will keep you updated!
CoinCapIndia offers buying/selling of some cryptocurrencies currently. You can click on “Buy” or “Sell” button next to the currency and follow few simple steps to complete the transaction.
A grayed out supply number indicates that the data source for the supply has gone stale for at least seven days and might not be up to date.
Nearly every cryptocurrency has been called a scam at some point in its lifetime. We're not here to judge the merits of any cryptocurrency, but we provide the best tools for you to make your own conclusions.
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Currently No, but we are working on it. We will keep you updated! Stay Tuned.