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Crypto Prices

Digital Ups and Downs

About This Data

All historic open, high, low, close, trading volume and market cap info for all cryptocurrencies as of the 21st of May, 2018. This dataset includes 1,584 unique crypto currencies, and over 900,000 observations. With this information, one can get a much deeper understanding of the crypto market. While this is not financial advice, one could certainly use this dataset for more informed trading decisions. We can also use this dataset with others to determine how what's happening in the world affects the prices of crypto.

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The lowest recorded sale price for a crypto currency was $2.5e-10. The coin sold was called Dix Asset.


The 5 coins with the highest market cap are: BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, and LTC as of May 2018.


The highest ever coin price was Project - X which saw a high of $2,926,100 

Key Insights


“A cryptocurrency, crypto-currency, crypto, or coin is a digital currency designed to work as a medium of exchange through a computer network that is not reliant on any central authority, such as a government or bank, to uphold or maintain it”(source). 

Whether this is your first time hearing about these mysterious coins, or you are an expert already, we have some very interesting data for you. We have compiled All historic open, high, low, close values for all cryptocurrencies as of 21 May 2018. With this data, beginners and experts alike can take a closer look at what is happening in the world of crypto. We can see how the price of different coins very over time. We can see how the coin’s rank effects its sale volume. We can also look at how the market effects the coin’s price.

We can determine the optimal time to have purchased a coin by filtering. We can filter to view on one specific type of coin, then filter to only include our desired time window. Lastly, we can sort the open or close price fromm highest to lowest to see the best times to have bought/sold the coin.