The cryptomarket had a lively beginning to 2017 with the bulls coming to rest, and losing 60+% of total market cap value in just January. Further, 2018 was turned out to be pessimistic with the downward crypto market trends. On the brighter side, the crypto market is maturing while stodgily making its way past the FOMO and FUD stages. Continue reading Will crypto winter come to an end in 2019?
Earlier this week, the crypto markets experienced a bloodbath that was the direct result of Bitcoin failing to hold above its support level that existed around $3,550. Bitcoin’s ensuing drop led most cryptocurrencies to plunge 10% or more, from which many of them have since recovered. Ripple (XRP) is currently leading the markets, but most other cryptos have also seen decent gains today. Continue reading Ripple (XRP) Surges Amidst Widespread Crypto Market Recovery
Apple Inc. is quietly planning a “Netflix for games” service that will allow users access to a bundle of games for a monthly subscription fee, NYC-based financial news service Cheddar reported Monday: Apple ($AAPL) began privately discussing a subscription service with game developers in the second half of 2018, said the people, all of whom requested anonymity to discuss unannounced plans. Continue reading Apple’s Gaming Subscription Plan is Not the Game-Changer Crypto Micropayments Will Be
Since our last crypto market round-up report on Friday, the climate has changed significantly for at least one major cryptocurrency: Ethereum. All eyes are on Ether as it pushes closer and closer to the $100 mark. Bitcoin, meanwhile, briefly crossed the threshold of $3,400. By most accounts, the Bitcoin price is working on a test of the $3,000 mark, which is both a psychological and market indicator. Continue reading Ethereum Price Struggles to Hold above $100 as Crypto Winter Grows More Frigid
A report from Chainalysis, a blockchain analytics firm based in the U.S. and Denmark, has revealed that just two groups have stolen more than $1 billion worth of crypto in the past several years. Continue reading $1 Billion in Crypto Stolen by Just 2 Groups: How Do They Cash Out?