A lot has changed in regard to the prices of various crypto assets throughout 2021, as today’s top crypto assets look a lot different than they did 12 months ago. Moreover, the most valuable cryptocurrencies in terms of U.S. dollars per unit have also changed, and the top ten most expensive coins have shifted. The following is a look at the top ten most expensive crypto assets in 2022, in terms of USD per unit.
The Top Ten Most Expensive Crypto Assets in 2022
At the time of writing, the top four most expensive digital currencies today are worth 5-digits in value against the U.S. dollar. For instance, the price of bitcoin (BTC) is around $38K per unit, and BTC, WBTC, and Huobi BTC (HBTC) are the top three most expensive crypto assets.
Of course, HBTC and WBTC are tokenized forms of bitcoin, which means — give or take a few percentages — they are all roughly the same price per token. Meanwhile, the fourth-most expensive crypto-asset, which is also 5-digits in USD value, is the token yearn finance (YFI).
Currently, YFI is changing hands for $28,425 per unit. The next two tokens are ethereum (ETH) and a tokenized ethereum coin called lido staked ether (STETH). Similar to the tokenized BTC projects, ETH and STETH are roughly the same price.
The aforementioned digital currencies represent the top seven most expensive crypto assets today. Below maker (MKR) is binance coin (BNB), trading for three digits in USD value at $417 per unit, bitcoin cash (BCH) at $337 per coin, and kusama (KSM) at $228 per unit.
While BNB, BCH, and KSM represent the last of the top ten most expensive, ten more coins below KSM are trading for three digits in USD value. These include aave, monero, elrond, compound, quant, litecoin, solana, dash, zcash, and bitcoinsv. Every coin below bitcoinsv (BSV) is trading for under $100 per coin.
What do you think about the top ten most expensive crypto assets and the triple-digit coins below the top ten? What do you think about looking at the crypto economy from this perspective? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.
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