Tag Archives: Stellar

07Dec/20

Market Wrap: Bitcoin Briefly Slips Below $19,000; ETH Locked in DeFi Crosses Over 7M

“Weak longs” might be causing the price to slip in the bitcoin market but ether locked in DeFi is back on the upswing. Bitcoin (BTC) trading around $19,067 as of 21:00 UTCRead More…

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16Oct/20

Market Wrap: Bitcoin Has Light Response to OKEx While Ether Options Traders Make Beacon Bets

Bitcoin rebounded from an OKEx-related drop; ether options traders may be beacon chain bearish.  Bitcoin (BTC) trading around $11,327 as of 20:00 UTC (4 p.m. ET). Slipping 2% over the previous 24Read More…

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21Apr/20

French Artist Launches Personal Crypto Tied to Value of His Career and Output

Paris-based artist Ben Elliot’s efforts to revolutionize the artwork purchasing and collecting experience have resulted in what he claims to be the world’s first personal cryptocurrency directly pegged to a career. TheRead More…

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15Mar/20

Top 5 Cryptos This Week (Mar 15): LEO, XLM, ETC, XRP, HT

This week saw huge selling in almost every asset class as panic gripped traders on the ever-spreading coronavirus cases. Cryptocurrencies were also not spared as they came under huge selling pressure onRead More…

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20Nov/19

Altcoin Market Capitalization Shrinks Despite Volume Boost Since 2017

At present, the combined capitalization of the 2,022 crypto assets with a known market cap was roughly $222 billion. On Nov. 19, 2017, just weeks before the current all-time highs would beRead More…

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01Nov/19

Price Analysis 01/11: BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, LTC, EOS, BNB, BSV, XLM, TRX

A Bloomberg report, analyzing data from 13 top exchanges, shows that within a very short span of time, Bitcoin (BTC) futures trading volume has grown to about 50% of spot trading volume.Read More…

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18Oct/19

Price Analysis 18/10: BTC, ETH, XRP, BCH, LTC, EOS, BNB, BSV, XLM, LEO

The traditional financial system is heading to a disaster with about $17 trillion in global bonds returning negative-yields. “The whole concept of negative yields, of people paying for the privilege of lendingRead More…

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