Saturday, May 26, 2018
NASDAQ first crypto-exchange, based on its' own developed infrastructure, will be launched in June this year and will offer users trading with zero commissions. It is called DX Exchange, and at the initial stage, in addition to bitcoin, it will support five other highly liquid assets.
Analysts of the international social trading platform eToro published the results of a study of their user base. Among other things, they found out that the vast majority of crypto traders do not have previous trading experience on stock exchanges, and Ripple is the most "female" of the digital assets.
It has been announced that CoinMarketCap link to Bitcoin.com was removed. This came as a shocking news and echoed across the market. Thus, bitcointalk.org remains the only discussion platform for users of the first cryptocurrency, which CoinMarketCap now refers to. It has been announced that CoinMarketCap link to Bitcoin.com was removed. This came as a shocking news and echoed across the market. Thus, bitcointalk.org remains the only discussion platform for users of the first cryptocurrency, which CoinMarketCap now refers to.
A big news just hit the crypto market, as the Netherlands crypto-exchange platform BL3P will exclude Bitcoin Cash (BCH) cryptocurrency.
With the development of the cryptocurrency market, bitcoin may be pressured by altcoins in the same way that VHS videotapes supplanted Betamax in the 1980s.
In recent days, the prices of bitcoin and many other cryptocurrencies have shown some decline. Currently, most digital currencies are in the "red zone". The current market capitalization is $423 billion, the dominance index of the first cryptocurrency is 36.8%.
The total mining capacity in the bitcoin network continues to grow steadily and Bitcoin hash rate is currently at a record high.
Last week there were significant events for the flagship of the cryptocurrency market which positively affected the whole industry and the prices of altcoins.
One of the main supporters of Bitcoin Cash and the owner of the Bitcoin.com information resource, Roger Ver, will soon face a lawsuit that will be filed against him in connection with the use of the word "bitcoin" in relation to the cryptocurrency that appeared last August as a result of a controversial hard fork.
16,000 bitcoins (an amount worth about $141 million) tied to the now-defunct bitcoin exchange Mt Gox were moved from Mt Gox wallets.
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