|Day's range||0.524 - 0.55|
|52-week range||0.1275 - 3.2900|
|Volume (24 hrs)||22.85M|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||197.66M|
Ripple chief market strategist Cory Johnson offers his guess as to why the XRP token generates such strong fandom and FUD.
The majors are going to need to consolidate their gains through the middle of the day to avoid a reversal late in the day, the bearish trend remaining intact, with investors all too aware of how damaging bad news can be.
The lineup at Yahoo Finance's next cryptocurrency summit on June 14 includes big names from Coinbase, Consensys, Microsoft Azure, Ripple, and Robinhood.
It’s a positive start to the day, but whether the bulls can hold on and begin a rebound that brings the FIB Retracement Levels into play remains to be seen.
It’s a mixed start to the day as the bears continue to rock the markets through the first half of the week, with Ripple’s XRP and Litecoin amongst a number of the majors back in the red early on. A choppy day ahead…
Blockchain technology is considered to be one of the most revolutionary technologies of the new age and many believe that it will be the technology of the future. However, the idea of shared ledgers has existed for some time. Central banks share their ledgers with financial institutions including banks but the difference with private blockchain lies in decentralization.
Last week it was announced that the TRON team is preparing to bring TRX trading into traditional currency markets, by partnering with Shift Markets.
It’s been a choppy start to the day, following the weekend sell-off, the bulls needing to take a grip for the majors to avoid new lows for the year.
The majors have entered another morning sell-off, with the the extended bearish trend resuming, as the bears look to take back the reins.
It’s a been a choppy but positive start to the day, with the majors looking to consolidate the recent gains to begin a bearish trend reversal, a weekend rally needed to cement the formation of a near-term bullish trend.
Private companies are staying private for much longer as they continue to find fewer and fewer reasons to conduct an IPO. A recent study has revealed that 18 years ago, companies usually take about 3 to 5 years to transition from being venture-backed to running an IPO. As at 2016, companies typically spend 10 to 12 years in their venture-backed stage before they make the leap for an IPO.
Understanding the unique characteristics of the various cryptocurrencies on the market can be challenging for anyone, especially those that are new to space. Below is a complete guide to Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, and Ethereum Classic.