The next big milestone in the cryptocurrency market will be when the first cryptocurrency that can beat the $1 trillion mark will be created.
In the past week, two new coins have been created, the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Ethereum Classic (ETC).
Both of these coins will become the first currencies to reach $2T by the end of 2019.
As of this writing, Bitcoin Cash has traded at $1,859.87, while Ethereum Classic has traded around $1.15 per coin.
Bitcoin Cash is trading at $11,836.83, while ETH has traded just $1 in its past 30 days.
Both are up almost 70 percent from where they were last month.
Both have a long way to go before hitting that mark.
Both cryptocurrencies have a low supply, with about $200 million worth of Bitcoin Cash in circulation as of the end to February and only $12 million worth in Ethereum Classic’s wallet.
Both currencies are also very volatile.
As Bitcoin Cash surged last month, it saw a surge of demand from exchanges, and it was followed by a sharp fall as Ethereum Classic experienced its own volatility.
These two currencies have a high supply, but their volatility is so high that they are very hard to trade.
It’s very hard for us to make a good trade on either one of them at the moment.
Ethereum Classic and Bitcoin Cash are both on the upswing and the first two cryptocurrencies to reach the $10 trillion mark, but they have both had problems with their supply.
Both of the new currencies have more than 2,000 cryptocurrencies, with just under 2,200 of them in circulation.
For example, ETH had about 4,300 cryptocurrencies in circulation, while Bitcoin Cash had about 1,900.
As a result, it’s hard for Ethereum Classic to get a good trading price on its own.
If it has to trade on its behalf, it’ll likely get pushed further up in the charts than Bitcoin Cash.
It will be interesting to see if Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum have any real chance of becoming the next big cryptocurrency to hit the $5 trillion mark.
ETH is the only cryptocurrency that has not been pushed higher than $5,000 in the past 24 hours, which is the reason why it’s been pushed lower in the last 24 hours.
As you can see in the chart above, the price of ETH has moved below $5k just a few times this week, which makes it a lot harder for the two new currencies to be trading at an average of $10,000 per coin right now.
ETH’s current price is up over 80 percent from its lowest point on January 25, 2017.
It currently trades at $3,869.83.
Bitcoin is currently trading at about $2,912.63, but the cryptocurrency has been down almost a quarter of its value since January 25.
Both Bitcoin Cash ($2,000) and ETH ($2.9k) have been pushed above the $7,500 mark in recent weeks, which shows that Ethereum Classic is on the cusp of being able to break that barrier.
As long as Ethereum has its supply, it should be able to hold its price steady.
It should also be able continue to trade at a low price point for a long time.
The biggest threat for the pair is the possibility that the price will be pushed higher as time passes.
If that happens, it could push Bitcoin Cash above the threshold, and potentially force Ethereum Classic into a bear market.
ETH has a large supply of ether, which means it will have a huge amount of ether that can’t be used to buy anything.
Bitcoin, on the other hand, has a very small supply of bitcoin, meaning that it can’t buy ether with it.
There is no reason for Bitcoin Cash to be able at this moment to break above $7.500 in price, as it will only be able buy Ether with Bitcoin Cash at this point.
This is a real risk for the new cryptocurrency, but it is not a massive one.
If Ethereum Classic manages to hold steady for a while, it will probably be able take a huge hit from the drop in bitcoin.
If Bitcoin Cash continues to rise and Ethereum starts to fall, it may even be able break above the previous record, and Ethereum will have to struggle to make up the lost ground.