According to figures on CoinMarketCap, these past 24 hours have seen trading volumes of $112,527,926,530 – a new all-time high, eclipsing even 2017/2018 when the markets hit their all-time high.
Ethereum just rose above $260, a increase of over 50% in the week and more than three times its December 2018 low of $82. Here are our reasons why.
Ethereum just rose above $230, a increase of 33% in the week and back up to October 2018 levels. Here are five reasons it’s leading the charge of the altcoins.
Bitcoin just hit a new 10-month high of $8,000. With the rally of these past few days shows no signs of slowing down, we ask whether part of the reason could lie in the current turmoil in the mainstream markets?
The 2018 Consensus pump that was talked up in the run-up to the May event famously failed to materialise last year
Bitcoin on the 5th May was trading at $5,800, what has caused it to surge by $1,500 to $7,300 in just one week?
Ethereum just touched $200, a increase of 25% in the week. Here are the reasons it’s leading the charge of the altcoins.
Bitcoin on the 4th May was trading $5,600, what has caused it to surge to $6,900 in just one week?
Bitcoin has shot through the $6,000 barrier and currently sits at close to $6,100 according to CryptoCompare data:
Bitcoin surged past $100 billion market cap for the first time since November 2018 after a combination of good news stories caused all the top cryptocurrencies to rise in price over the past 24 hours.
Zaif, a Japanese cryptocurrency exchange that was hacked last September, is getting ready to resume its operations just seven months after a security breach that lost $60 million.