It is no news that 2018 was a painful year for the large majority of cryptocurrencies, namely the largest ones.
Within 12 months Bitcoin (Bitcoin) experienced a -72.63 percent price change, Ethereum faced a -81.38 percent value change and Ripple a -83.02 percent rate variation, just to mention the top three digital assets by market capitalization.
However, there was an exception in the market — experienced by one of the top 10 cryptocurrencies: the newcomer Bitcoin SV, the only non-stablecoin that registered a price increasement last year, and by more than 10 percent.
Bitcoin SV was followed by Binance Coin (BNB) and by ChainLink (LINK) as top winners of the year, however both registered price losses, around 28 percent and 41 percent, respectively — according to data shared today by CryptoNews.
Bitcoin SV resulted of a hard fork carried out in Bitcoin Cash’s blockchain in November 2018.
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