Litecoin (LTC/USD) Price Analysis: Today, Litecoin opened at $73. The currency marked $4,642,867,397 as of the Market Cap. The coin has a high prospect of improvement in the coming time. The investment in the coin would go futile. The week-long Litecoin price chart is indicating a heavy drop, but alongside, there is also a slight …The post Litecoin (LTC), Binance Coin (BNB), & Stellar (XLM) Price Indicate Slight Recovery appeared first on CryptoNewsZ.
Power Ledger, an Australian company providing blockchain-based solutions for tracking energy consumption, has announced the continuation of its successful energy trading trial in Western Australia. In partnership with Synergy and Western Power, producers and distributors of electrical power in the Western Australian region, Power Ledger began a trial in November 2018 to track renewable energy […]The post Power Ledger Extends Successful Energy Trading Trial appeared first on Crypto Briefing.
Lately, there have been many XRP enthusiasts capitulating and selling their bags as the token kept knocking down supports. Major capitulation took place a week ago on 14 August, when the price of XRP shattered a year-old support and briefly tanked below it. This article is an update to the previous article. There were a […]The post XRP Price Prediction 2019: Fret not, your heavy XRP bags are about to yield better profits appeared first on AMBCrypto.
Binance Coin (BNB) has suffered a four percent (4%) loss in its standing price. The downfall in price is a direct result of the ‘Bitcoin effect’. The recent decline of about eight percent (8%), that Bitcoin (BTC) has bee exposed to, is causing the altcoins to topple over from their standing positions. The decline started with BNB moving below its fifty (50) day simple moving average (MA) for the third time. Although the fifty (50) day simple moving average (SMA) mark has been tested a couple of times before, BNB was not able to break above it. Hence, a bearish
Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP) Deal At A Moderate Loss; Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Indicates A Loss In The Last Week
Ethereum (ETH/USD) Price Analysis: Ethereum is the second-largest coin in the market. The coin is currently dealing at $187.43. The price of the ETH coin is at a slight loss. The coin is expected to start the price surge soon. The last few days were quite volatile. Let’s have a look. Starting from 16th August, …The post Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP) Deal At A Moderate Loss; Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Indicates A Loss In The Last Week appeared first on CryptoNewsZ.
By CCN Markets: President Trump has been bandying about the idea of reforming how capital gains are calculated. What impact, if any, would those changes have on Bitcoin investors? Trump Teases Capital Gains Reform - Or Did He? When you sell stocks, bonds, or even Bitcoin, the profits you receive are considered capital gains, according […]The post Trump Flirts With Capital Gains Reform - Should Bitcoin Investors Care? appeared first on CCN Markets
Tokyo-based virtual currency exchange, Coincheck Co., Ltd. has announced its commencement of funding support project for projects wanting to raise funds through offerings. The exchange [...]The post Coincheck Exchange Set to Launch an IEO Platform For Utility Tokens appeared first on Coingape.
In an official statement from, Xinxi Wang, a board director at the Litecoin Foundation addressed the controversial Github affair, and said “Github was updated frequently but not in the main repo”. In a recent interview published on XCong.com, Wang revealed Adrian Gallagher, the Litecoin core developer, was testing the latest 0.18.1 version. He further said […]The post Litecoin foundation’s Board Director addresses GitHub issue and decline in LTC hashrate appeared first on AMBCrypto.
Earlier this week, Y Combinator, the renowned startup incubator, held “Demo Day” for its Summer 2019 batch of startups. Twice a year, Y Combinator startups take the stage in San Francisco to pitch their ideas to investors.The post The number of blockchain-related startups pitching at Y Combinator’s Demo Day dropped this year appeared first on The Block.
Facebook’s Libra may be facing multiple threats from regulators, but the same critics are now racing to beat the social media giant at its own game. Experts: Chinese Libra May Come First The US, China and European Union are all concerned about Facebook’s digital currency. According to fresh reports, however, it is China which is now looking to release its own competitor before the Libra currency itself debuts. As local English-language news outlet China DailyRead MoreThe post China May Release Libra Competitor Before Facebook Launches It, Report appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.