Ethereum makes the list of top-100 global assets By BTC Peers

Ethereum makes the list of top-100 global assets

The second-largest cryptocurrency, , is now sitting on a list of the top-100 assets in the world. Following the asset’s recent price rally, Ethereum now stands ahead of prominent brands such as Citigroup (NYSE:), Wells Fargo (NYSE:), Shopify (NYSE:), SONY, and total.

Going by the data on AssetDash, Ethereum currently ranks 71 globally by market capitalization. Its market cap is over $136 billion, and the currency is trading at around $1,100. The legacy crypto moved six steps upward in the last 24 hours and a whopping sixteen steps over the past week.

If Ethereum manages to maintain its momentum, it could find itself in the top-50 list, considering the fact that its market cap is about $40 billion shy of the spot. A spot at the top-50 could make Ethereum larger than McDonald’s (NYSE:), Chevron (NYSE:), UPS, and Accenture (NYSE:).

Meanwhile, Ethereum is the second cryptocurrency to make it to the list of top-100 assets in the world. Only yesterday, BTC PEERS reported that was the eighth-largest asset in the world; ahead of Alibaba (NYSE:) and Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE:) in total market cap.

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