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Market Cap is the total dollar value of all of a company’s shares — or, in the case of Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, of all the coins that have been mined. In crypto, Market Cap is calculated by multiplying the total number of coins that have been mined by the price of one coin at a given time. One way to think of Market Cap is as a rough measure of how stable an asset is. (It’s important to note that even Bitcoin, crypto’s largest Market Cap, still sees volatility.) But in the same way that larger ships can safely navigate bad weather, cryptocurrencies with much larger Market Caps are more likely to be more stable investments than one with a much smaller Market Cap. In contrast digital currencies with a smaller Market Cap are more susceptible to the whims of the market – and can see huge gains or dramatic losses in their wake.

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