Almost all the leading altcoins are shrinking in value today after Bitcoin (BTC) crashed below the $7,000 mark earlier on Friday before recovering to around $7,300 at the time of writing.
Over the course of the past few years, stablecoins have become one of the most important constituents of the crypto ecosystem, and Tether is certainly the most well-known. The stablecoin is backed by several fiat currencies, and over the years, it has worked as an excellent substitute for fiat currencies for crypto traders.
One thing that has remained a constant over the past few years in the crypto space is the sort of seemingly unexplained volatility that is experienced by certain tokens like Vechain (VET). Vechain is a blockchain-powered platform and is primarily meant for helping users with supply chain management solutions.
It is a well-known fact that Bitcoin is the most important token in the entire crypto ecosystem; however, it should also be noted that altcoins have now become just as popular.
Over the past few years, the fiat-backed stablecoin Tether has become the subject of fevered discussions among those in the crypto sphere as well as those outside of it. It is a crypto token that is used across a range of crypto exchanges in order to facilitate trading, and it goes without saying that the stablecoin has become extremely popular among plenty of crypto traders.
When a cryptocurrency is made available in important exchanges, then its price usually gets a positive push, and that is what happened with Stellar (XLM) yesterday. Earlier on this week, Coinbase, which is among the biggest crypto exchanges in the world, revealed that it was looking to add many more tokens to its platform.
All but two of the top 15 cryptocurrencies are trading upwards today as altcoins continue their bull run, while Bitcoin (BTC) is down 0.45%.
Binance Coin (BNB) is one of the notable losers in the crypto space over the past three months.
Back in September, Juventus Soccer Club launched its own ‘fan token’. Now, the partner behind that token, Socios.com, is buddying up with West Ham United.
In 2018, and early this year, Bitcoin experienced a bearish market that riled the interest of several parties and social media companies such as Facebook. As a result, Facebook has since entered the blockchain space with its own cryptocurrency known as FBCoin.
One of the largest crypto exchanges in the world, Binance, has delisted Bitcoin SV (BSV), it announced earlier today. The move comes after a week of controversy surrounding the cryptocurrency’s founder Craig Wright.
Weiss Cryptocurrency Ratings released its March 2019 “Weiss Cryptocurrency Outlook” report, with Ripple (XRP), EOS, Bitcoin (BTC), and Binance Coin (BNB) receiving the top four spots on the list of 122 cryptocurrencies. Weiss Ratings is the world’s only financial rating agency that provides grades on cryptocurrencies.
JPMorgan Chase held their annual investor day yesterday. The company’s CEO, Jamie Dimon, was involved in a question-and-answer session and answered a few questions about the bank’s latest venture, the JPM Coin. The world’s first bank coin was originally meant for cross-border remittances, but it seems the bank may have other ideas for it down the road.
The first digital currency created by a major US bank is finally here! This morning, CNBC was first to report that JPMorgan Chase has officially launched its own cryptocurrency. The first JPM Coin trial is set to launch in just a few months.
Grayscale, a cryptocurrency investment group, has just announced that it has launched its latest fund. This new fund is dedicated specifically to Stellar (XLM).
Are stablecoins the future of crypto? Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, Bitcoin bulls and Gemini Exchange founders, seem to think so. This morning, an interview was published by Fortune where the twins discussed their first marketing campaign for Gemini.
On Sunday, rumors spread around the community that there had been a double-spend attack on Ethereum Classic. The team behind the project immediately responded to the rumors, to ease investors.
Just as 2017 was the year of cryptocurrency, 2018 was the year of Fortnite. And now those two worlds are colliding. Recently word spread that the Fortnite merchandise store is accepting Monero (and XMR alone) as a form of payment.
According to Bloomberg, cryptocurrency stablecoin Tether (USDT) has enough fiat dollars to back its tokens in circulation. No doubt, many readers will scorn that this is just another rumor as Tether is synonymous with controversy.
This morning, the cryptocurrency market has received a boost and most major digital currencies are trading green! This time last year, Bitcoin (BTC) hit its all-time high, nearing $20,000. 2018 was quite different than 2017 in the cryptocurrency space. Today, we’ll take a closer look at EOS, Litecoin (LTC), and Cardano (ADA).
On Sunday, a Waves scalability test broke an important record. The blockchain project processed 6.1 million real-time transactions in a 24-hour stress test—the highest number for scalability on a digital ledger.
Coinmarketcap.com has a new listing in its top 100. As of Sunday, Ravencoin has been occupying the 58th spot thanks to a Binance listing and has sustained a growth of 118% since that announcement.
The cryptocurrency market is trading mostly in the red this Friday morning. Most coins in the top 10 cryptocurrencies are either just above the percentage gains threshold or just below. EOS and TRON (TRX) are …
StellarX is finally here! StellarX is the Stellar network-based zero-fee decentralized cryptocurrency exchange. The company behind the platform, Interstellar, announced the upcoming launch via a Medium blog post on September 28th. XLM has yet to be positively affected by the news.
The cryptocurrency market is moving very slowly today. Some of the top coins are in the red: Bitcoin at -0.20% and Ethereum at -0.36%. Small losses, but pretty appropriate for a day when the market is dragging its heels. However, there are very notable NEM gains happening right now.
The cryptocurrency market is moving very slowly today. Some of the top coins are in the red: Bitcoin at -0.20% and Ethereum at -0.36%. Small losses, but pretty appropriate for a day when the market …
What is Eternal Token (XET)? Where did it come from? And how has it grown so much so fast? When a coin makes gains of 42% in a 24-hour period, it piques your …
Well is anyone truly surprised that last week’s crypto bull-run is over? There are cryptos in red today across the board. About 95% of the coinmarketcap.com’s top 100 list to be more precise, but we’re …
The crypto market is in the red this morning, after ending last week on a high note. Ripple (XRP) passed ETH for a few hours on Friday during its bull run, which in turn boosted …
The cryptocurrency market is rebounding today, after a brutal couple of weeks on the market. Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and Monero (XMR) are among the coins making the biggest surge this morning.
The cryptocurrency market is on the fritz this morning as most cryptocurrencies are in the red and seeing losses in the double-digital percentages. Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Ripple (XRP) are all taking significant losses today. Bitcoin Diamond, however, is currently seeing gains well above 100%.
Some altcoins made surprising moves this week. In particular, ICON jumped 25% in the last seven days.
The cryptocurrency market is trending upwards today as most coins within the top 100 are currently trading in the green. Bitcoin (BTC) is currently trading over $6,600 and Ethereum (ETH) is just below the $300 …
DASH, the 14th largest cryptocurrency by its total market cap, has just announced that it is focusing a lot of its efforts on one country currently. DASH in Venezuela Ryan Taylor, CEO of …
As we start out the fourth week of August, we see most of the cryptocurrency market fall. Bitcoin (BTC) is trading just below $6,500 and Ethereum (ETH) has once again dipped below $300. This weekend, …
Most of the cryptocurrency market is in the red today, as Bitcoin (BTC) has just fallen below the $7,000 mark. But today, we’re focusing on EOS and Stellar (XLM), and their latest project updates and price.
BitGo has added ZCash: The “world’s most secure Crypto wallet” startup BitGo has added Zcash (ZEC) coin to its wallet and custodial services as the coin has a strong focus on privacy and security – two very agreeable features for BitGo.
Qtum, the world’s 22nd largest cryptocurrency by market cap, just made a big announcement which could change the game completely for the crypto project. According to Bitcoin Magazine, Singapore-based Qtum launches on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The cryptocurrency market is seeing a lot of green today, as Bitcoin (BTC) continues to climb in price on its 10-day bull run. Bitcoin reached a price of over $8,200 today, the first time this has happened since mid-May. The rest of the altcoins in the 15 have followed suit and are all seeing percentage gains today. Let’s take a closer look at Stellar (XLM), Cardano (ADA), and TRON (TRX).
Stellar (XLM) & Cardano (ADA) – The total cryptocurrency market is booming this morning, as various crypto-positive news reports have given investors more confidence in the future of the cryptocurrency industry and market.
The cryptocurrency market is currently trading just over $250 billion and is continuing its drop from yesterday. Late Saturday the market surged nearly $15 billion in just an hour, reaching almost $280 billion but has since lost all of its momentum. Let’s check in with Litecoin (LTC) and Stellar (XLM).
The cryptocurrency market is trading above $270 today. Most of the coins on the market are in the red, but late-Saturday the market surged nearly $15 billion within an hour. For most of 2018, the entire crypto market has been dancing around the $300 billion range. Let’s take a look at a few coins within the top 35 that have big events surrounding their project, including Ethereum (ETH) and VeChain Thor (VEN)/(VET).
NEO top 10: The decentralization of the NEO main network has commenced, and the cryptocurrency has catapulted to the top 10.
Bitcoin (BTC) has just hit its year-low this morning, as its price has just dipped below the $6,000 mark and Ethereum (ETH) is closely skimming the $400 mark.
Charles Hoskinson suggests Mantis: Last week, Tron (TRX) was heavily criticized as developers outside of the project discovered that most of the code on Tron’s platform had been taken from Ethereum’s EthereumJ library.
Stellar (XLM) & Monero (XMR) – The cryptocurrency market has yet to fully recover after the drop it took this past weekend.
Ontology main net launch: Ontology (ONT), the 19th largest cryptocurrency by market cap, is just three days away from its main net launch.
Cardano (ADA) & Tron (TRX) – The cryptocurrency market is slowly beginning to rebound after taking a hit this past weekend.
It’s green skies for crypto today, including EOS and Litecoin (LTC). What’s happening with these coins?
Stellar (XLM & Tron (TRX) – Most of the cryptocurrency market is in the green this morning, as we kick off our Tuesday. Ethereum (ETH) is still trading well below $550, but Bitcoin (BTC) seems to be making a surge towards the $7,000 range. Tron (TRX) remains the top coin with percentage gains today on the market, out of the top 100 cryptocurrencies.
Tron [TRX] & VeChain Thor [VEN] [VET] – The total cryptocurrency market has fallen below the $300 billion mark again – hitting a year-low reached back on April 1st. However, this time last year, the …
Altcoin News – Bitcoin (BTC) is down Wednesday, but so are the majority of the altcoins on the market. This is likely due to the Coinrail hack, which occurred over the weekend.
Tron [TRX] & VeChain Thor [VEN] [VET] – The total cryptocurrency market has fallen below the $300 billion mark again – hitting a year-low reached back on April 1st. However, this time last year, the entire market cap was just over $100 billion. Will it drop below $200 billion again? We shall see.
Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) Plummet – Over the weekend, $42 billion was wiped off the cryptocurrency market as FUD spread over a small North Korean exchange hack.
The crypto market is struggling today, and many coins are down, including VeChain Thor (VET) and Ethereum Classic (ETC). However, despite all the red, the coins are progressing in their projects.
Stellar [XLM] has been flying under the radar lately and has left many of its investors wondering what the team behind the project has been up to. Well, the project just released its May “Stellar Roundup.”
VeChain Thor – The VeChain Foundation announced an hour ago that the VeChain Thor public test net is now available on Github.
The LBRY Credits (LBC) token wants to provide users with a digital library of all sorts of things. The library can include videos, music, and ebooks, and can be accessed from any device.
EOS and Binance Coin (BNB) are up on the crypto market today, with Binance Coin taking the lead in the top 100 coin race. What’s happening to these coins? Let’s find out!
Monero [XMR] & Tron [TRX] – The cryptocurrency market is riding the fence on red/green today. Currently, the total market cap is just over $333 billion. Yesterday, Microsoft announced that it would be acquiring GitHub and it caused quite a lot of drama within the crypto space.
Litecoin (LTC) and EOS are struggling on the crypto market today, along with much of the rest of crypto. So, where do the coins go from here?
Tron (TRX) & Bitcoin Cash (BCH) – This weekend, the cryptocurrency market began digging itself out of its hole made in May but unfortunately, has corrected again this morning. Bitcoin (BTC) is currently trading just below $7,500, and Ethereum (ETH) is nearly at $600, a coin.
Big things are happening for Litecoin (LTC) and EOS. Let’s dig in and find out what.
Tron(TRX), Cardano(ADA), NEM(XEM), & Monero(XMR) – May turned out to be a rough month for the total cryptocurrency market, as 100 billion dollars was lost in just 31 days.
Stellar (XLM) & NEO – The cryptocurrency market is ending the work week in the red and sitting just below the $330 billion mark. May turned out to be extremely bearish for the market, but hopefully, in June it will turn around.
Litecoin (LTC) and EOS are up on the market today. What’s happening? You may need to check your porn listings to find out.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) & Tron (TRX) – Most of the cryptocurrency market is in the green today, after slowly declining the whole month of May.
Ethereum Classic (ETC) and EOS are both up today but which one will stay solid? Both have gone through, or are going through changes, so now it’s time to see which change holds better – a mainnet launch or a blockchain fork?
Litecoin (LTC) and EOS are showing the two ends of the crypto spectrum – one up and one down. EOS experiences a slight snag on its way to its mainnet launch while Litecoin receives nothing but support.
Tron [TRX] & Cardano [ADA] – Both Tron and Cardano are having massive weeks this week, as updates to both crypto projects are being released to the public. Tron is just a day away from launching its main net and Cardano has just released Cardano V1.2.
A Bitcoin Gold (BTG) double spend attack was successfully accomplished last week, and there’s concern that the attack may not be over yet. Are these concerns valid? Here’s what’s happening.
Some exciting news for Verge (XVG) fans as Verge returns to Changelly today! Changelly announced that it was once again supporting XVG.
ICON partners with LINE in a move that could bring as many as 200 million users to the ICX blockchain. Will ICON (ICX) begin to grow as a result?
New NEM Protocol: Tech Bureau, a developmental group for blockchain technology software and services, has announced the release of its mijin v.2 blockchain engine, which is also known as Catapult.
An Ontology CarBlock partnership is forming, as Ontology decides to dip its toe into the automotive industry and join forces with the transportation blockchain CarBlock.
The crypto markets are a perfect sea of red today. IOTA is down in the double-digits, which may come as a surprise to some. After all, the foundation has had a pretty successful two weeks.
Litecoin started a campaign called Pay With Litecoin that has entered the Twitter-verse under the hashtag #PayWithLitecoin. Not sure what to buy with Litecoin (LTC) though? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Here’s a list of what you can buy with Litecoin (LTC).
Bitcoin Cash (BCH), DASH, & VeChain (VEN) – This week has been extremely quiet. There haven’t been any big updates to any of the major blockchain projects. Months ago, the market’s volatility ran high as various countries began implementing various regulations to try and control cryptocurrency. Lately, however, the governments have remained fairly quiet since the latest G20 summit and the market has remained somewhat ‘consistent’ in response. At press time, the entire market cap is sitting just over $435 billion.
In the world of cryptocurrencies, you will be waiting a lot. Case-in-point; EOS, TRON (TRX), and Stellar (XLM), where we are waiting on a few big things to come. All three projects are launching new things and all we can do is wait for them. For now, let’s see how the coins are doing.
Alternative coins are killing it on the crypto markets today. Specifically, Bitcoin Diamond (BCD), Huobi Token (HT), and Skycoin (SKY). Meanwhile, the more well-known altcoins, such as Ripple (XRP), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Litecoin (LTC) are all down.
In a split crypto market, which direction are EOS, Cardano (ADA), and NEM (XEM) headed?
Ripple (XRP) & Litecoin (LTC) – There is not much going on in the cryptocurrency world this morning in regards to big news or new regulations implemented. Currently, the entire market is sitting just over $430 billion with $22 billion in trading volume within the last 24 hours.
Coins on the crypto markets are both sinking and floating today. Monero (XMR), Ethereum (ETH), and Stellar (XLM) are all up, while Ripple (XRP), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Cardano (ADA) are down.
IOTA, Ethereum (ETH), & Bytecoin (BCN) – The cryptocurrency market is riding the line today, as most coins are just barely in the red. The total market cap is currently hovering slightly over $430 billion. Bitcoin (BTC) is currently trading just over $9,000 and is holding around 36% of the market dominance.
Coins are up and coins are down. Where does NEO, Monero (XRM), and EOS sit on the scale?
The crypto markets are a sea of red this Monday morning, with the exception of altcoin Decred (DCR). Coins such as Dash (DASH), Ethereum (ETH), and Bitcoin (BTC) are all currently down.
The crypto market isn’t fairing well today, and neither are Cardano (ADA), TRON (TRX), or Litecoin (LTC). However, the projects are all progressing – here’s how.
Are Ripple (XRP), Litecoin (LTC), and TRON (TRX) floating or sinking today? Let’s take a look at what’s happening.
The TRON Super Election is happening on June 26th. If you’re wondering how to vote for a TRON representative, look no further. Here are the steps you need to know how to vote in the TRON Super Election.
IOTA (MIOTA), Ethereum (ETH), and Nano grow today as we dig deeper into Qubic, regulations, and competitions.
IOTA (MIOTA), Cardano (ADA), and TRON (TRX) continue to climb in a field of green in the crypto sphere today. What’s happening?
Digital wallet app Abra lists new coins. Five new altcoins are being added to Abra’s services. The altcoins are Monero (XMR), NEM (XEM), NEO, Lisk (LSK), and Verge (XVG).
Verge (XVG), TRON (TRX), and Ripple (XRP): things are happening for all of them, but one coin is up and the other two are down. Which is which?
Cardano’s streak of success continues to surprise an ever-growing community that follows the project with high expectations. Of all the projects in development, Cardano is one of the most closely monitored. Created by a team of former developers of the Ethereum network, the famous blockchain 3.0 not only promises to solve the problems of Bitcoin and its “Proof of Work”(Pow) but is now working on solving the problems of the “Proof of Stake” (Pos) algorithm as well.
Swapping rankings, potential partnerships, crypto’s got it all, doesn’t it? Here’s what’s happening with TRON (TRX), EOS, and Cardano (ADA).
Which cryptocurrencies are taking off today? EOS, TRON (TRX), and Stellar (XLM) are all having a pretty good start to the day – so, what’s happening?
Cryptocurrency markets are in the green again, pushing the total digital currency market capitalization close to $400 billion. Traders are blaming profit taking and bearish U.S. stock market trend for the latest broader market selloff. Bitcoin price (BTC) plunged below $9,000 level today after hitting one month high early in yesterday trading.
The crypto market is back in the green today – for the most part. Verge (XVG), Stellar (XLM), and Cardano (ADA) are on the rise, so what’s happening?
Altcoins moved into the red today after generating substantial gains in the last couple of days. The traders are blaming profit-taking-strategies and a bearish environment in the stock market for the potential selloff. The majority of altcoins are retreating at a double-digit rate today.
Crypto is down today and it’s a harsh sea of red out there right now. Ripple (XRP), IOTA (MIOTA), and NEO are some of the top ten’s biggest losers today.
Some of the biggest crypto winners of the day so far include EOS and TRON (TRX). What’s happening with these coins?
From crypto debit cards to huge transactions, to airdrops and beyond, Litecoin (LTC) and TRON (TRX) are making big progress this week in the crypto world.
After a good week on the crypto market, Ripple (XRP), EOS, and IOTA (MIOTA) are ending the week on a high. Here’s what’s happening with these coins.
The cryptocurrency market, as a whole, is on an uptrend and is nearing the $400 billion mark. Bitcoin Cash(BCH), Litecoin(LTC), & Cardano(ADA) are all seeing significant gains, today we’ll take a look at their latest updates.
What’s going on with crypto? Many coins are up today, including Cardano (ADA), IOTA (MIOTA), and Monero (XMR). Let’s find out what’s happening.
Much of crypto is up, but some coins are struggling. Has the Verge (XVG) partnership downgraded the coin? What are Dash and Lisk (LSK) up to? Let’s find out.
A Verge price collapse has stunned investors as the coin made substantial price swings in the last 24 hours: Verge coin price rose from $0.082 at the beginning of Tuesday trade to intraday high of $0.112 before collapsing back to this month low of $0.07 at the end of the day. Its price extending the downtrend into Wednesday trading, the XVG coin is down 27% in the last twenty-four hours.
With crypto turning back into the green, what’s going on with EOS, Litecoin (LTC), and Stellar (XLM)? From main net launches to exchange listings to innovation, they’ve got it all.
After a strong week in the crypto world, it’s a bit of a shame to be seeing so many coins down today, but that’s the way things go sometimes. Here’s an update on what’s happening with Ripple (XRP), TRON (TRX), and Lisk (LSK).
Today we’re taking a look at a few coins to watch; EOS, Cardano [ADA], and Tron [TRX] have all exponential potential, so let’s dig further. The cryptocurrency market is unpredictable (understatement of the year). You never know when the next major regulation or hack will happen that causes major “FUD” and panic selling across the market. Panic selling has been the theme the last 90 days, as the total market has lost nearly $550 billion USD.
The crypto market is booming today. Verge (XVG), Stellar (XLM), and EOS are climbing, but what’s happening?
TenX Wallet Adds Litecoin (LTC) – Get excited because Litecoin (LTC) has been added to the wallet app TenX – but wait, there’s more. A Litecoin debit card is back in the works again!
Verge (XVG), Ripple (XRP), and IOTA (MIOTA) are all making moves towards preparing for the long haul in the crypto space, making themselves coins that will stick around. Here’s what’s happening with these projects.
With most of the crypto market down today, it’s nice to see some green out there. NEO, VeChain (VEN), and Verge (XVG) are all up currently, going against what the rest of the crypto market is doing right now. Is there anything actually happening with these coins that would explain why they’re up? Let’s find out.
As you may or may not know already, the TRON (TRX) main net is being launched on May 31st, 2018. What does this mean for TRON?
Much of crypto is down today. Is India the cause? Japan? Whatever the reason, EOS, Litecoin [LTC], and Monero [XMR] are all down despite moves that should have put them in the green.
The global digital wallet app Abra announced today that it would be adding the remaining seven altcoins to its listing. This includes Stellar (XLM), Bitcoin Gold (BTG), and DigiByte (DGB).
At the first half of yesterday morning, it looked like the entire cryptocurrency market would break over $300 billion – unfortunately, that didn’t occur. At press time, the current cryptocurrency market cap is sitting just under $260 billion. Bitcoin (BTC) currently holds 45.4% market dominance.
Crypto has flip-flopped back into the red. How far have Ripple (XRP), IOTA (MIOTA), and Bitcoin (BTC) dropped?
Is crypto recovering? Ripple (XRP), Lisk (LSK), and Litecoin (LTC) are all riding the wave right into the green. What’s going on with these coins today?
With much of the crypto market in the green today, what’s happening with Stellar (XLM), Monero (XMR), and EOS?
The total cryptocurrency market has been on the decline for the last 90 days.
Yesterday, the Monero (XMR) team tweeted out that an update would be occurring on or around April 6th.
The market is mostly down right now, but TRON (TRX), EOS, and Skycoin (SKY) have managed to push through the slog and come out green. Let’s take a closer look at these coins.
Recently, Weiss Ratings – a well-renowned rating/grading agency for stocks, banks, ETFs, and mutual funds since 1971, named Cardano and EOS in their top 3 cryptocurrencies of the future. Back in January, they started grading cryptocurrencies and it became the first of its kind. The Weiss team gave NEO the highest rating to-date; an A-. They have given cryptocurrency investors the first “graded” rubric to follow, to aid and guide potential investment.
Ripple (XRP), Stellar (XLM), and Litecoin (LTC) all have big news for us, but the coins are still struggling on the market today. Find out what’s going on.
Twitter announced yesterday that it would be banning crypto ads on its platform and many coins tanked on the news. However, some coins, such as EOS, TRON (TRX), and Mithril (MITH) are holding on.
Altcoins had outperformed bitcoin price growth last week: Altcoins rose substantially last week on expectations for lower regulatory actions from G20 countries. Cardano (ADA), Stellar (XLM), EOS (EOS) and IOTA (MIOTA) were among the prominent gainers despite some price correction at the end of the week. EOS posted weekly price growth of 40%, while Cardano and Stellar ended the week with mid-single digit gains.
Cryptocurrency gained mainstream adoption towards the latter half of last year. Many individuals decided to jump on board with the altcoins that would make them the most money, in the quickest amount of time. Most had zero to little investing experience, and when the market corrected the second week of January, all hell broke loose. For most individuals that have investing experience, they understand that market correction is inevitable, but “panic” selling became the immediate response among the inexperienced investors.
Crypto has been a scattered headcase this past week. Here’s an overview of the ups and downs of EOS, ICON (ICX), and Cardano (ADA).
Unfortunately, the grass isn’t greener over here today. In fact, it is very, very red. The crypto market has flip-flopped back into the red, with many of the major coins falling fast, including Ripple (XRP) and Litecoin (LTC). It’s not all doom and gloom, though – EOS, along with a few other coins, has managed to stay above the waves.
Cryptocurrencies are rebounding at a robust pace since last Sunday when the total market capitalization hit $270 billion. Bitcoin price rose more than 22% during the previous two days; BTC price currently stands at the highest level in the last seven days.
Have the crypto fields turned green? Ripple (XRP), NEM (XEM), and Cardano (ADA) shoot up today, along with every other coin in the top 100 cryptos.
Price volatility intensified in the cryptocurrency market during the last two weeks. Prices made huge sideways movements – a tug-of-war between bulls and bears has ensued. Bears have strongly capitalized on the crypto market after Google imposed an advertising-related ban on cryptocurrencies. Global regulators have also deepened their crackdown on crypto markets adding to the bear’s sentiments.
What’s a crypto enthusiast to do when the market is down?
People have long been asking the question: What is the next Ethereum (ETH)? Maybe there won’t ever be a new Ethereum, but there are several coins that are close in concept, if not in price. Here’s why we put NEM vs. Lisk and why both are creeping up on Ethereum.
What’s causing Ripple (XRP), Stellar (XLM), and NEO to drop?
Yesterday, The European Central Bank released a statement named, “Bitcoin not the answer to a cashless society.” They expressed that next week 20 policymakers would sit down and take a look at Bitcoin and the other cryptocurrencies as they recognize that non-cash payments have doubled, as of late. The European central bank labeled bitcoin and cryptocurrency a “mirage” but see it as an early sign of potential change.
Monero (XMR), NEO, and Litecoin (LTC) all struggle to recover in a drowning crypto market.
Last week was a rough week for crypto. Will this week be any better? We’ll check in with three coins to see how they’re doing.
What is happening to crypto today? The majority of coins are suffering, including Monero (XMR), Cardano (ADA), and IOTA (MIOTA).
It’s been a crazy week in the crypto sphere. The majority of coins are down today, Monero (XMR), VeChain Thor (VEN) (VET), and Nano among them.
Something’s going on with Binance! Ethereum (ETH), EOS, and IOTA (MIOTA) struggle as the news (un)settles.
It’s rough waters out there today with only seven cryptos up at the moment. Among the cryptos losing today are Lisk (LSK), Nano, and NEO.
The cryptocurrency market is down today sitting at just under $450 billion, as we start out Tuesday.
Well, that didn’t last long. After yesterday’s high today’s prices for Ripple (XRP) and Stellar (XLM) feel especially difficult. Both coins are down and the drops may not be done yet.
Big news for Ripple (XRP) and Stellar (XLM) is sending the coins’ prices up. As a result, Ripple and Stellar currently have the largest percentage gains in the past 24 hours out of the top ten cryptocurrencies.
The NEO Blockchain Crumbles: NEO and GAS have hit major price snags within the last week due to a major glitch.
Most of the cryptocurrency market, besides a few, is in the red as Saturday comes to a close.
The day we’ve all been waiting for – no, not the Oscars – the Crypto Oscars!
Tron (TRX) is leading the cryptocurrency market this morning, as it is the only digital token that is seeing considerable gains within the top 15. Yesterday, was a big day for the Tron Foundation. It was announced that the launch date for Tron’s main net had been advanced. Originally, it was set for July 1st but has been moved up to May 31st.
Last week, Tron’s founder, Justin Sun, announced via his personal Twitter (NASDAQ:TWTR) that Tron’s main net launch date would be advanced. Three days later, after the usual scrutiny for his usual vague announcements for bigger upcoming announcements, he informed TRX ‘hodlers’ that the details of said announcement would be out this week.
Many coins are in the green today, including Monero (XMR), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Nano, and Global Jobcoin (GJC).
This morning the infamous investment rating bureau, Weiss Ratings, had an emergency briefing for cryptocurrency investors. Since 1971, the firm has graded everything from stocks to insurance plans. The firm’s newest grading venture is focused around cryptocurrency. The skype meeting this morning was led by the website’s Founder, Dr. Martin Weiss, and supported by cryptocurrency ratings-model expert Juan Villaverde, Bitcoin Veteran Tristan Amzallag, and senior analyst Gavin Magor.
What an amazing Crypto Olympics it was! There were some nail-biting moments, some joyous moments, and even some tears, but we made it through at last, and we finally have our Ultimate Coin!
It’s official, VeChain (VEN) has officially re-branded to VeChain THOR (VET). As of right now, the coin has yet to be updated on coinmarketcap or major cryptocurrency exchanges like Binance. At press time, VEN is currently the only cryptocurrency that is down within the top 20 digital coins. Currently, VEN is trading at $5.68 a coin, down -1.48%, in 24 hours. Obviously, this is not a correct representation of its price, and many exchanges and indexes are scrambling to update, as more information comes to light on the projects rebranding.
Ah, the Crypto Oscars – a night of glam, an evening of sophistication, but most importantly, an award show you won’t want to miss.
After a rough week last week, and a Sunday full of red, many coins are back in the green today, including Stellar (XLM), Monero (XMR), and IOTA (MIOTA).
Iran and Turkey recognize the innovation of digital currencies; both countries are looking to launch their coins – which will be issued by Central Banks. Venezuela has already started offering crude oil backed Petro coins.
Still no good news on the crypto market today. IOTA (MIOTA) and Dash have experienced major losses in the past 24 hours, the worst among the top 20 cryptos.
Despite a fairly successful rebranding launch yesterday, Lisk (LSK) has plummeted on the crypto market today, suffering major losses.
It’s a bloodbath out there with a bunch of cryptos barely staying afloat in a sea of red. Out of the top ten cryptos, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Litecoin (LTC) are suffering the most, experiencing major losses.
Venezuela launches Petro Coin today – almost 84 million tokens are initially available for sale. The government expects to circulate 100 million tokens in total, in a bid to generate over $6 billion.
Litecoin (LTC) is surging on the market today, as most of the top ten remain stagnant. LTC is currently trading for $247.59, up 10.02%, in 24 hours.
Originally published: February 15, 2018
The cryptocurrency market rebounds today as it closes out the working day in the green, despite many top coins starting this morning in the red. Bitcoin (BTC) is still trading above $11,400 and is up 7.74%, in 24 hours time. Currently, the digital token holds 37.9% of the entire cryptocurrency market.
We’re just about wrapping up the last half of the second month of 2018. It seems the market is recovering after a rough start so it’s a great time to list 2018’s Top Coins so far!
The cryptocurrency market has remained strong towards the end of this week and is still climbing. Currently, the total market cap is just under $500 billion. The last time the market was this high was on the last day in January. The top 10 coin that is seeing the most gains on today is NEO.
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Let the gains continue! After coming out of a positive day yesterday, Lisk (LSK), Litecoin (LTC), and Cardano (ADA) are all still going strong today.
VeChain (VEN) is a top performer on today’s cryptocurrency market. Perhaps this is because its rebranding is just ten days away? Set for February 26th, the rebranding is on the same day that LitePay is released. As the VeChain team ramps up for the big release, it seems investors are buying up VEN coins.
The cryptocurrency market is booming, as all but 4 coins in the top 100 are seeing gains today. Bitcoin (BTC), the original cryptocurrency, has just broken above the $9,000 threshold. Litecoin is among this morning’s biggest gainers with many others in the double-digit percentage gains category just shortly behind. Today’s spike in the market remains a mystery but it could be that individuals in the Western society might be buying crypto for their Valentines – maybe. Here’s an update on the coins.
There’s a lot of red out there in the big ol‘ ocean of crypto. The shining stars of the top ten cryptocurrencies are Stellar (XLM) and EOS.
The crypto market continues to struggle today, but many of the top ten cryptocurrencies are just on the cusp of being up rather than down. Cardano (ADA) and Litecoin (LTC) are included here, each altcoin with less than a 1% loss at the moment.
Ripple (XRP), Cardano (ADA), and EOS all started the day with gains and are currently the leading coins.
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Crypto took off in 2017. Now, in 2018, there are over 1,500 cryptocurrencies fighting for attention, making it hard to decide where to focus first.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) starts the day off on a high.
Ethereum (ETH) has been the long-standing blockchain project that decentralized applications (DApps) have been built on top of, making it the cryptocurrency that stood out from the rest. However, new projects such as NEO and Lisk (LSK) have entered this arena and are pushing back.
After a rough start to the week, crypto markets are in the green today. Ripple (XRP) and Stellar (XLM) have long been competitive and today their growth is pretty close. Which coin will win the race and experience the greatest growth for the day?
What coins should you invest in when the crypto market is down? Ethereum (ETH) and Litecoin (LTC) might be good options for you – and here’s why.
A break above the $147 resistance area sees Litecoin rising back to $150.
Texas appears to be leading the U.S. in terms of crypto crackdowns after attacking its third cryptocurrency company this year. The latest emergency cease-and-desist order was slapped onto DavorCoin (DAV) yesterday after investigations into crypto investment programs.
The cryptocurrency market is rebounding today after many coins lost double-digit percentage value yesterday. China announced their implementation of banning both foreign and domestic cryptocurrency websites with their country-wide firewall. Panic sells have become a common theme as countries publically announce new regulations around cryptocurrency. However, it seems the fear has subsided as most coins within the top 10 are showing green on the market at press time. Currently, NEO (NEO) and NEM (XEM) are leading the charge.
After a rough couple of days on the cryptocurrency market, it seems that most coins have begun rebounding today.
RaiBlocks (XRB), Litecoin (LTC), and Dogecoin (DOGE) are some of the best crypto coins for small payments.
Lisk and Stellar are two coins set to have a big year ahead of them. An indicator of this is what transpired yesterday after news broke from South Korea. The news shook the market – most of the top 10 coins were down in the double digits. Despite this, however, Lisk and Stellar are now rebounding steadily with Stellar being the top coin in the top 10.
If closing its platform and being hit with a lawsuit weren’t enough for BitConnect, the U.S. District Court, Western District of Kentucky, has granted a temporary restraining order against the company and has frozen all Bitconnect assets following a second lawsuit filed on Monday against the cryptocurrency exchange platform. Both lawsuits alleged that BitConnect was a Ponzi scheme with its promoter Ryan Massen pointed out specifically in the lawsuit.
Bitcoin Cash Controversy: A draft paper on blockchain technology released by the National Institute of Standards and Technology is receiving a good deal of backlash from bitcoin enthusiasts today after claiming that Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is actually the original bitcoin.
Cryptocurrency is creeping into every industry in the world and as a result, “The Beautiful game” is following suit by launching the world’s first soccer cryptocurrency.
The first blockchain game CryptoKitties exploded onto the cryptocurrency market in late November 2017. To date, the game has 274,615 sales with over $19.35 million USD sold. Built on the Ethereum blockchain, CryptoKitties uses Ether (ETH) as its in-game currency. The top digital cat within the entire game sold on December 6th, 2017, for 253.33 ETH which at the time, was worth $110,707.16 USD. That same cat is now worth $299,444.07 USD.
DENT is creating an open global marketplace for buying and selling mobile data. Through the use of Blockchain, it wants to create the world’s first mobile-data-exchange and if successful, will liberate mobile data and greatly disrupt the Telco industries.
The “year of the altcoins” is in full swing. Currently, altcoins hold 66.5% of the total cryptocurrency market cap. Just a year ago, Bitcoin (BTC) held 85.16% percent of the total market. The rise of NEO is something worth paying attention to. The altcoin has been taking the market by storm this past year, and even more so today.
Cryptocurrency has hit a new low today as Useless Ethereum Token (UET) is by far the fastest-growing coin on the market; probably the most ironic thing ever to happen in the world of digital currency.
Everyone’s heard of Bitcoin, but how many people can actually afford it? Sure, you could buy 0.0001 BTC, but where’s the fun in that (not to mention the huge transaction fees right now)? Wouldn’t you rather get an entire token? If you’ve got the crypto-itch, then I’ve got the cure. Here are 5 cryptocurrencies under $5.
Friday morning has not started out on a good foot for some major cryptocurrencies. It was confirmed this morning, via press conference, that Coincheck has suffered the largest crypto hack ever. This is larger than the notorious Mt. Gox hack, which is estimated to be around 500 million NEM (XEM) tokens. Coincheck is based out of Tokyo, so the hack’s confirmed numbers are around 58 billion Yen (around $533 million USD). The exact total that has been lost is yet to be fully confirmed, as it is still being investigated.