Crypto Assets Outshine Most Traditional Investments in 2019

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Last year, cryptocurrency proponents either complained about the low prices or celebrated the fact they could obtain cheaper coins. 2019 has been an entirely different story, however, as digital assets have started to gain significant value in comparison to traditional assets like stocks, oil, and precious metals. Also Read: US Copyright Office Responds to Craig…

Markets Update: Bears Claw Crypto Prices Back While Uncertainty Fills the Air

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Digital asset markets fell hard during the early morning trading sessions on May 17 as the price of bitcoin core (BTC) quickly tumbled from $7,900 to a low of $6,200 on Bitstamp. Many other crypto markets followed BTC’s drop in value, but over the last few hours, a good portion of coins have regained a…

Markets Update: Crypto Prices Continue to Gather Bullish Momentum

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Digital asset markets have been surging over the last 24 hours as the market valuation of the entire cryptoconomy has gained over $20 billion. Moreover, global trade volume has been significant, crossing $85 billion worth of coins swapped in the last day. Also read: Bitcoin’s Software Has Been Rolled Back Before Crypto Markets Add $20…

Markets Update: Crypto Prices Show Strong Recovery After Binance Loss

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Cryptocurrency markets are doing much better the day after the digital asset exchange Binance lost roughly 7,000 BTC ($40 million). Immediately after the trading platform officially announced the multi-million dollar loss, the cryptoconomy shed billions but since then most digital assets have recovered and markets are doing surprisingly well. Also read: $500K of BCH Shuffled…

Markets Update: Crypto Prices Recover as Bitcoin Cash Leads the Charge Again

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On April 25, cryptocurrency markets tumbled after the controversy between the New York Attorney General’s (NYAG) office, the stablecoin company Tether, and Bitfinex exchange. Since then, prices have slightly recovered and the entire cryptoconomy regained $4.3 billion after losing $10 billion last Thursday. Moreover, out of the top 10 cryptos by market capitalization today, bitcoin…

Markets Update: Crypto Bulls Lose Footing After Stablecoin Controversy

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Cryptocurrencies dropped in value yesterday after the New York Attorney General’s court filings against Bitfinex and Tether were published. Currently, the entire market capitalization is roughly $170 billion and most cryptocurrencies have lost 2-10% of their value since the announcement. Also read: Researchers Find Hundreds of Ethereum Wallets at Risk Due to Weak Key Pairs…

Markets Update: Cryptocurrencies Struggle to Surpass Upper Resistance

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Cryptocurrency markets have been looking more optimistic but many digital assets are still struggling to surpass upper resistance in order to move forward. On Friday, March 8, trade volumes have increased, showing a quick spurt of renewed energy but market indicators suggest there a few more hurdles ahead. Also read: An In-Depth Look at Ethereum’s…

Feb Volume Report: Leading Markets Post Strongest Month Since Q1 2018

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For many leading markets, February produced the largest monthly volume since the first quarter of last year, with 30-day BTC trade activity surpassing $200 billion, and ETH exceeding $100 billion. Also Read: Report: Quadriga’s 6 Cold Wallets Have Been Without Funds Since April 2018 BTC Volume Surpasses $200 Billion for February February saw the highest…

Markets Update: Diminished March Trade Volume Mirrors Previous Patterns

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Over the last few days, cryptocurrency markets have been holding steady and consolidating after the correction on Feb. 24. Currently, the entire market capitalization is hovering around $129 billion and trade volume has started to diminish slightly with $24.9 billion traded over the last 24 hours. The top contenders capturing most of today’s daily gains…

Markets Update: Top Crypto Assets Open 2019 With Slow Month of Trading

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The leading cryptocurrency markets have seen a slow start to the year, with the top three markets by capitalization shedding between 10% and 37% since early January’s local highs. January has also seen volatility in market cap rankings, with XRP and ETH competing for the second largest crypto asset capitalization, and EOS, USDT, and BCH…