Cryptocurrencies are making headlines and companies are investing in technologies or platforms to support a potential digital currency economy. So who are the players in this crypto rush? We looked at pure play cryptocurrency stocks (i.e. generating most of their revenues from crypto assets) as well as diversified companies positioning themselves to become a large part of the crypto economy (i.e. blockchain, fintech, chipmakers). Further, we excluded companies with a market cap below $1 billion. The resulting list contains 11 cryptocurrency stocks leading the way.
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Cryptocurrency Stocks FAQ
Are there any cryptocurrency stocks?
Our cryptocurrency stocks list includes 11 crypto stocks: Advanced Micro Devices, Canaan,
CME, Coinbase, Marathon Digital, Mastercard, NVIDIA, PayPal, Riot Blockchain, Square, and Visa.
Do cryptocurrency stocks pay dividends?
Here are the four cryptocurrency stocks that pay dividends – CME, Mastercard, NVIDIA, and Visa. These cryptocurrency stocks dividend yields are very low though — all below 2% and below 1% on average.
Is there a crypto index?
S&P Dow Jones Indices launched three crypto indices in May 2021 – the S&P Bitcoin Index designed to track bitcoin, the S&P Ethereum Index designed to track Ethereum, and the S&P Cryptocurrency MegaCap Index designed to track both Bitcoin and Ethereum. SPBTC, SPETH and SPCMC started trading on May 3, 2021. Note that these indices track the actual digital asset (i.e. cryptocurrency) not cryptocurrency stocks (i.e. companies in the crypto business).
Is there a crytpo stocks ETF?
Bitwise Crypto Industry Innovators ETF (BITQ) is a crypto ETF tracking stocks that are invested directly in crypto assets and in diversified large-cap companies with one or more business units focused on the crypto economy. There are currently no crypto ETFs tied directly to the digital assets approved for trading in the US. BITQ was launched on May 12, 2021.
What are the top 5 cryptocurrency stocks?
The top 5 cryptocurrency stocks based purely on market cap are: Visa, NVIDIA, Mastercard,
PayPal, and Square.