Bitcoin (BTC) is at $7350, trying to stabilize above $6500 for the next upmove attempt to $10,000 level in Q1, 2020.
The volumes against most cryptocurrencies look unreal. Unless trading robots are trading between themselves in the crypto exchanges, the above ratios of Market cap to 24H volume is not possible. Bitcoin alone looks stable and real in the market data.
Tether’s numbers need to be analyzed separately.
After two years as head of XRP institutional liquidity at Ripple, Catherine Coley is moving to greener pastures. Coley was named CEO at BAM Trading Service at Binance U.S., according to her LinkedIn profile. Her experience with both one of the largest cryptocurrencies, XRP, and institutional investors
should serve her well in this high-profile role in which she will seemingly oversee the trading of more than just one cryptocurrency. There do not appear to be any hard feelings with her former boss, Brad Garlinghouse, who congratulated her on social media. Continue reading Ripple Alum to Spearhead Binance US Crypto Exchange
In under 12 months, according to Ethan Beard, an executive at Xpring, an initiative created to improve the Ripple ecosystem and create use cases around XRP, Ripple has committed more than $500 million. Continue reading Ripple Pledges $500 Million to ‘Create Real Use Cases for XRP’
In 2018 so far, Ripple (XRP) has had its ups and downs with a few notable developments, which have ensured its continuous presence in the spotlight. Nevertheless, there is way more to this digital currency platform than meets the eye. Continue reading RIPPLE MINING: AN IMPOSSIBLE TASK
The world of instant payments is just around the corner, that much is certain. Soon, it will take just milliseconds, not days, to settle any kind of transaction all around the world. Cryptocurrencies have been one of the major breakthroughs in developing this capability. Continue reading The Future of Instant Payments: Which Cryptocurrency Will Take the Lead?