China’s Center for Information Industry Development (CCID) published the October ranking of its blockchain ranking report. The outcome: EOS [EOS] and Ethereum [ETH] have become regular faces on top of the monthly blockchain index while Bitcoin drops further down.
Bitcoin has fallen to the 19th place in China’s latest blockchain ranking. EOS [EOS] and Ethereum [ETH] maintained their positions at the top, ranked respectively first and second, while Bitcoin descended from the 17th spot in the September edition to the 19th position in October.
It is already the sixth time that the CCID released a monthly Global Public Blockchain Technology Assessment Index. Similar to previous months, 33 projects got evaluated based on three criteria; basic technology, application, and creativity.
Here is the full ranking for October:
Looking at September, all the top 5 ranked tokens maintained their positions. EOS and Ethereum maintained their dominance for the 4th consecutive time. Elaborating on this, an analyst at the CCID said the following:
“At present, EOS and Ethereum are undoubtedly the preferred platforms for Dapp development worldwide, and EOS is showing a stronger momentum. The data shows that EOS Dapp is highly active and user increments are large.”
There are only 2 changes in the top 10: Lisk and Qtum were replaced in the top 10 places by Nuls [NULS] and Ripple [XRP].
Following the attention it garnered since the launch of its x-Rapid payment product, Ripple [XRP] made it to the top 10 spots on the CCID crypto ranking. The x-Rapid launch was important since the product actually uses Ripple’s native XRP token to facilitate cross-border payments, unlike x-Current which has been favored by some financial institutions and payment processors.