Cryptocurrency markets spent this year in general selling pressure. In the crypto money markets, where bear market conditions are extremely effective, among the top 100 ranked by capital value, crypto assets that have gained and lost the most in 2022 have been determined.
Among the top 100 cryptocurrencies, there are two cryptocurrencies that the bear market that has continued in the current year has not affected much so far. The first of these is the Trust Wallet Token (TWT):
TWT, the native asset of the external wallet Trust acquired by Binance in 2018, has emerged as an altcoin that has resisted the bear market this year. TWT has increased its value by 113% since the start of the year. Currently trading at around $1.5, TWT started the year at $0.7. With a market capitalization of $628.49 million currently, TWT ranks 56th.
Another token that did well against the bear market in 2022 was GMX:
GMX is used as the native asset of the decentralized exchange that supports spot and futures transactions with low transaction fees. GMZ started to be listed on the centralized exchange in many centralized exchanges in October, increasing its trading volume and being among the top 100 cryptocurrencies. GMX has increased its value by 110% since the beginning of the year. Currently trading in the $46 band, GMX ranks 77th with a market value of $386.21 million.
Other cryptocurrencies that managed to maintain their value at the beginning of the year were: BittTorrent-New (BTT), Aptos (APT), Chain (XCN), EthereumPow (ETHW), PAX Gold (PAXG) and Leo (which saw annual declines below 3%). LEO).
The top 10 losing cryptocurrencies this year are: Terra Classic (LUNC): -100%, Helium (HNT): -95%, Solana (SOL): -93%
Convex Finance (CVX): -92.8%, Axie Infinity (AXS): -92.5%, Sandbox (SAND): -92.4%, Phantom (FTM): -92%, Filecoin (FIL): – 91%, Flow (FLOW): -91%, Curve DAO Token (CRV): -91%.