83% of cryptocurrencies that peaked in 2018 are still down by 90%

83% of cryptocurrencies that peaked in 2018 are still down by 90%

Data compiled by Messari indicates that the 157 crypto assets that posted record highs in 2018 are still bumbling along at prices more than 90% down from their ATHs. Data published by crypto market data aggregator Messari shows that 83% of crypto assets that tagged all-time highs in January 2018 are still down by at least 90%.The data was spotted by CMT Digital analyst Matt Casto, who tweeted data showing the average return-on-investment, or ROI, of crypto assets sorted by the year in which they posted record price highs.Holding assets that hit high marks +3 years ago is proving to be a....


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