China’s 11th Crypto Rankings – EOS, TRON & Ethereum Takes Top Three Positions
China published its recent government-endorsed main cryptocurrencies standings on March 22, pinning Bitcoin (BTC) in 15th place, while EOS maintained its top spot. After cornering Ethereum (ETH) in February, Tron (TRX) came in second.
Chinese Information and Industry Development Center (CCID)’s crypto rankings were initially revealed last year in May. EOS managed to stay as the numero uno blockchain in this 11th edition of the listings, a place taken by the blockchain platform since June 2018.
The 11th CCID Global Public Chain Technology Evaluation Index, like the 10th edition, places Tron on the second spot. Ethereum had earlier been placed in the second spot in the ninth edition, while Tron did not receive a place in the list. Bitcoin had gained two positions to reach number 13 in the tenth edition, now losing two spots to again take 15th place.
EOS is apparently still a job in progress, as the blockchain has witnessed uproar over certain elements of its supposedly centralized system of governance. Two notable crypto exchanges — Huobi Global domiciled in Singapore and OKEx operating from Malta — declared support for this week’s Tron blockchain based variant of stablecoin.
Tron and Tether first expressed their desire to launch the USDT to the Tron network at the start of the current month.