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Litecoin Network’s Hash Rate Blows Past New All-Time High at Nearly 360 TH/s

Litecoin’s hash rate has reached a new all-time high after falling abruptly at the end of 2018. Litecoin (LTC) is one of the largest digital assets in the market and it is one of the oldest in the space. Litecoin’s network has never been as secured as now. Continue reading Litecoin Network’s Hash Rate Blows Past New All-Time High at Nearly 360 TH/s

Ethereum Daily Mining Rewards Аre at Lowest Level Ever Reported

According to Etherscan, on Feb. 10, 13,370 new ETH have been created, down from over 20 thousand in December 2018 and an all-time-high of over 39 thousand reported on July 30, 2015. The recent sharp decrease in the quantity of newly mined ETH was evidently caused by a sudden increase in Ethereum mining difficulty, which Etherscan data revealed on Feb. 10. Continue reading Ethereum Daily Mining Rewards Аre at Lowest Level Ever Reported

Grayscale Assures Investors: Ethereum Classic Trust Funds Not at ‘Direct Risk’

In the wake of a 51 percent attack on ethereum classic (ETC), the manager of an investment vehicle that holds the cryptocurrency has been fielding inquiries from investors looking to understand if the underlying assets in the fund are safe, CoinDesk has learned. Continue reading Grayscale Assures Investors: Ethereum Classic Trust Funds Not at ‘Direct Risk’

Ripple Price Analysis: XRP Remains at Risk of Further Declines

There was a daily close below the $0.3000 support in ripple against the US Dollar. The XRP/USD pair declined further and broke many important supports near the $0.2900 level. Sellers were able to clear the key $0.2940 support and the 100 hourly simple moving average. It opened the doors for more losses and the price declined below the $0.2900 support level. It traded to a new monthly low at $0.2867 and it seems like sellers are in full control. At the moment, the price is consolidating losses above $0.2870, with no bullish angle. Continue reading Ripple Price Analysis: XRP Remains at Risk of Further Declines