The cryptocurrency market is famous for its volatility, but not all tokens are created equal. Looking back over 2019 using volatility data (the annualized standard deviation of daily returns) from Messari, there’s actually a fairly big gap between the most and least volatile tokens. On the least volatile side of the chart we find XRP, Gnosis and Bitcoin. Three of the oldest and most popular privacy coins, Monero, Zcash, and Dash, are also clustered there, having demonstrated relatively low volatility. Perhaps unsurprisingly, older tokens in general seem to be less volatile, but privacy tokens may be particularly stable. The most volatile tokens include mostly newer projects like Centrality and Ignis (both launched in the past couple of years), and also some of 2019 year’s big ROI stars. Chainlink, for example, which had an ROI of more than 500% this year, was also one of the year’s most volatile tokens.