China is publishing its latest information ranking of the main government-sponsored crypto-points, putting Bitcoin (BTC) in 15th place and EOS retaining its first place. on ranking It was published in a press release dated 24 January.
The CCID's Crypto-Monetary Classifications for the first time were announced in May last year. In this ninth edition of the EOS index, it retains its place as the most classified block chain that is occupied by the platform in June 2018.
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CCID's 9th Global CCID, the first index published by the Institute in 2019, puts EOS in the first place in rankingThe latest index of this type, which was released last December, also placed EOS first.
As Cointelegraph reported in November last year, EOS was again in the midst of contradictions when its model of governance was exposed to evidence that some confirmed transactions had been reversed.
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The second position in ranking is in the hands of Ethereum (ETH), in the same place he held in ranking December following the recent postponement of hard bifurcation by Ethereum developers by the end of February. On the other hand, Bitcoin's current position is 15th, higher than its 18th position in December last year.
Cointelegraph recently announced that Ripple (XRP) – which ranks 20th in this ranking– Last week, a research fellowship fell in partnership with a large Chinese research university.
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