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EOS (EOS) turned the tide on recent losses on Sunday, and gained 22.8% on its value amid a generally green day for the crypto market. EOS had fallen to a series of new yearly lows in previous weeks, falling as low as $1.56 on Friday, Dec 7th – a thirteen month low. That was the […] The post EOS Price Recovers 22% From Recent Lows; EOS/USDT Trades Dominate appeared first on Hacked: Hacking Finance.
KFC to start accepting DASH payments in Venezula, as adoption across the country continues. DASH/USDT has seen a firm bounce, producing a daily hammer candlestick, indicating of a reversal on the cards. DASH/USDT has bounced over the past three sessions, a promising change from the bearish sentiment seen. Through the month of November, which was […] The post Dash Price Analysis: DASH Sees Change in Sentiment, with Help from KFC Adoption Announcement appeared first on Hacked: Hacking Finance.
Cardano founder, Charles Hoskinson, said, “Cardano’s future is looking very bright!” in a tweet update. ADA/USDT is back within consolidation mode, ahead of another potential squeeze to the downside. Cardano’s native token ADA remains under heavy pressure to the downside. The pick in momentum lower, which came in November, has seen the price fall over 60%. […] The post Cardano Price Analysis: ADA Subject to Further Downside, Despite Charles Hoskinson Singing Praises of Progress appeared first on Hacked: Hacking Finance.
CoinSpeakerUS Congressmen Seek to Prevent Crypto Price Manipulation The two bills take into account the lack of clarity in providing a regulatory framework for cryptocurrency and direct regulatory bodies to have a comprehensive system in place for both the consumers and enterprises. The main aim of the bill is to minimize the chances of price manipulation in wake of the Attorney General’s report which highlighted the risk of price manipulation. The first bill calls upon the CFTC to describe how price manipulation could take place in virtual m
Featured The ongoing drama surrounding the opaque operations of Tether throughout 2018 has driven the proliferation of similar pegged currencies, leading to USDT’s dominance over the stablecoin markets waning. Despite this shift, USDT trade volume has risen 100 percent since tether’s dramatic decoupling from its dollar peg in October. Also Read: Buffett Bet 2.0: Asset Manager Wagers Crypto Fund Will Beat S&P 500 Tether Loses Stablecoin Crown Amid Controversy At the start of 2018, USDT accounted for appr
The ongoing drama surrounding the opaque operations of Tether throughout 2018 has driven the proliferation of similar pegged currencies, leading to USDT’s dominance over the stablecoin markets waning. Despite this shift, USDT trade volume has risen 100 percent since tether’s dramatic decoupling from its dollar peg in October. Also Read: Buffett Bet 2.0: Asset Manager Wagers Crypto Fund Will Beat S&P 500 Tether Loses Stablecoin Crown Amid Controversy At the start of 2018, USDT accounted for approximately 94 percent of the entire stablecoin mar
Bitcoin’s price plunged on Friday to its lowest level since September 2017, underscoring the bearish forces still at play in the cryptocurrency market. With the exception of bitcoin SV and Tether, all major cryptocurrencies in the top 20 reported brutal declines. BTC/USD Update The bitcoin price reached a session low of $3,368 on Bitfinex, marking […] The post Bitcoin Crashes to New Yearly Low; Bears Eye $3,000 appeared first on Hacked: Hacking Finance.
Tether may currently be stable and may have seen its value return to be even with the U.S. dollar, but this may not last long. The stablecoin held 94% of the market at the beginning of 2018—with only two other competitors—and continues to lose ground. Now with eight serious stablecoins in the market, Tether’s market dominance lies at only 74% and could fall even further. It seems like everyone wants to launch a stablecoin these days.
Litecoin [LTC], the former seventh-largest cryptocurrency in the world has recently lost its spot to Tether, a stablecoin. Now, Litecoin stands in the eighth spot, with market cap hanging at $1.76 billion and the 24-hour trade volume holding steady at $426.57 million. The 24-hour change for prices is positive at 3% while the longer time frame of seven days shows a massive decline of 14.20%. 1-hour Source: CoinMarketCap The downtrend for Litecoin extends from $37.29 to $29.69 with no uptrend in sight. The support for Litecoin at $27.25 was
Bullish signals demonstrated with recent technical double bottom formation. Unusually high Litecoin transaction spotted, raising much speculation within the market. There may just be some room now for the bulls to run higher. LTC/USD over the past two weeks has been subject to depressed trading. Upside has been very much capped, short-term rallies are being […] The post Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Forms a Double Bottom; Here Come the Bulls appeared first on Hacked: Hacking Finance.
As 2018 began, with only two competitors, Tether commanded 94 percent of the stablecoin market. With the year seeing the emergence of 8 new players in the space, that dominance has fallen to 74 percent. Flood Waters It seems that the cryptocurrency du jour is the US Dollar, or at least the stablecoins pegged to it. This year has seen a wealth of new offerings flood to market, causing exchanges to reassess how to list them. Huobi added its own stablecoin to the fray, with the launch of HUSD.
A few hours ago, and via twitter and Medium, Bitfinex announced that it was adding four additional stablecoins. The newly added stablecoins would also be listed on Ethfinex: the Ethereum token centered version of Bitfinex. The four newly listed stablecoins are as follows. USD Coin (USDC) True USD (TUSD) Paxos Standard (PAX) Gemini USD (GUSD) The new additions brings the total tally of stablecoins on the two platforms to six. The other stablecoins are Tether (USDT) and Dai (DAI).
Bitfinex and Ethfinex, two leading digital asset exchanges, now enable clients to trade all six major stablecoins on both exchanges in an attempt to create coin agnostic platforms, the companies announced in a Medium post on December 4, 2018. Six Stablecoins Now Available for Trading on Bitfinex Starting on December 4, 2018, customers of Bitfinex and Ethfinex will be able...Read More. The post by Priyeshu Garg appeared first on BTCManager, Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News
Stablecoins have been a point of contention in recent months especially for Bitfinex and its Tether auditing fiasco. In order to alleviate some of the concerns the crypto exchange has announced that it will list a further four stablecoins. More Stablecoins in The Crypto Cauldron Bitfinex still holds the reigns on Tether and that maybe what is holding it back. Tether has been losing its tether in recent months and fell as low as $0.95 during the November crypto slump. Bitfinex reacted earlier in October by pulling 630 million USDT out of circu
CoinSpeakerBitfinex and Ethfinex List Four New Tether Competitors Bitfinex, a popular cryptocurrency exchange based in Hong Kong, added support for four new stablecoins – USDC, True USD, Paxos, and Gemini USD. In their blog post the company announced: “From today customers can access all major stablecoins at Bitfinex, as we introduce USDC, True USD, Paxos, and Gemini USD to our existing Tether and Dai offering.” They also added: “At Bitfinex and Ethfinex we are dedicated to providing a high quality, unbiased meeting place for every ecosystem
Cryptocurrency, Stablecoins–While most investors will remember 2018 as one of the worst bear markets for cryptocurrency, those on the development and adoption side will hail it as the year of the stablecoin. As Bitcoin slips below $4000 again to put an exclamation point on its worst month of losses since August 2011, the landscape of price anchored stablecoins is becoming a more attractive alternative to developers and those looking to integrate cryptocurrency in a mercantile manner that does not involve price speculation. Most investors have
Bitfinex, together with its sister exchange Ethfinex, has announced the introduction of four new stablecoins. The additions take the platforms’ total number of dollar-pegged tokens to six and provide a reassuring range of tether alternatives for traders. Trustless, Ethfinex’s decentralized exchange (DEX), will also be listing all six, including the Gemini dollar (GUSD) and Circle’s USD Coin (USDC). Also read: Atomicpay Launches Private Beta of Digital Currency Payment Gateway Stablecoin Diversification Is Spreading There was once a time when
To say Bitcoin has had a nasty fall would be an understatement. Everybody’s favorite cryptocurrency is emerging battered and bloodied from its now 12-month price battle that according to one analyst, is likely to only get worse in the coming weeks. What Happened Last Year? Lamont Black – a former economist at the Federal Board of Governors and a finance professor at DePaul University – explained to The Washington Examiner what it was that caused Bitcoin’s price to swell in 2017: Over the last year, bitcoin has traded like a high-risk, high-re
Users of crypto exchange Bitfinex and its associated token-trading platform Ethfinex now have a total of six stablecoin options for trading on either platform. Bitfinex Opens Platform to Tether Competitors As Bitfinex writes, for years the only major option in stablecoins was Tether (USDT), and for quite a while Bitfinex was the only way to The post Stablecoin Wars: Bitfinex Adopts ‘Neutral’ Stance & Lists Major Tether Compeitors appeared first on CCN
Cryptocurrency exchanges Bitfinex and Ethfinex now support trading for all six of the market’s major stablecoins. Adding to its support for MakerDao’s Dai and Tether’s USDT, the sister platforms recently listed USD Coin (USDC), TrueUSD (TUSD), Paxos Standard Token (PAX) and Gemini USD (GUSD). All stablecoins available on the exchanges will be traded against the U.S. dollar. Launched in 2018, Ethfinex is Bitfinex’s ERC-20 exchange arm.
Markets and Prices The significant bearish momentum experienced across cryptocurrencies throughout November drove a significant increase in monthly trade volume among the leading markets. Also Read: Japan Unveils Plans to Regulate Initial Coin Offerings BTC Posts Strongest Volume Since May According to Coinmarketcap, BTC saw an increase in monthly trade activity of 43 percent in November. Nearly $156.5 billion worth of BTC changed hands — the strongest monthly volume for the currency since $185 billion
KuCoin blockchain asset is proudly announcing the listing of Gram Gold Coin Collaboration’s GGC today. Deposits are now available with trading pairs including GGC/BTC and GGC/USDT. All transactions are accessed utilizing KuCoin’s official website or to their mobile app for iOS and Android. Schedules are as follows: GGC Buying order: 15:30 November 30, 2018 (UTC+8) GGC Selling order: 16:00 November 30, 2018 (UTC+8) GGC Withdrawal: 18:00 November 30, 2018 (UTC+8) About Gram Gold Coin Collaboration (GGC) Gram Gold Coin Collaboration maintains an
Mati Greenspan, a senior market analyst at eToro, spoke about Bitcoin and expressed his views on what the next year could mean for cryptocurrencies. In a Cointelegraph interview, Greenspan said that the volatility of Bitcoin during December last year was far more than it is now and that it has increased a bit after Bitcoin had a breakout at the $6,000 level. Referring to that level, Greenspan said: “Price action has a way of perpetuating and fear starts building up and then people say, it’s because of the Bitcoin Cash hard fork, it’s because
KuCoin blockchain asset market is proudly announcing the listing of GramGold Coin Collaboration’s GGC. Deposits are now available with supported trading pairs including GGC/BTC and GGC/USDT. All trading processes are done utilizing KuCoin’s mobile application or thru their website at www.kucoin.com. Schedules are as follow: GGC Buying order: 15:30 November 30, 2018 (UTC+8) GGC Selling […] The post GramGold Coin Collaboration’s GGC Got Listed at KuCoin Blockchain Asset Market appeared first on Coindoo - Crypto News and Reviews.
Bitfinex recently moved toward “Tether neutrality,” breaking its special bond with Tether (wherein it was the most reliable way to redeem USDT for USD) and in turn, Tether, with nearly $2 billion it outstanding units, had to re-establish direct redemption for USDT holders to USD. Those still wanting to use the Bitfinex method will have The post Op-Ed: Is Tether Trying to Price Itself out of the Stablecoin Wars? appeared first on CCN
Several months ago, crypto exchange Gemini made waves when it announced that, with permission from the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS), it had created a USD-pegged cryptocurrency “stablecoin” that would provider traders and institutions with a “regulated” alternative to tether (USDT), which was frequently the subject of controversy despite having a multi-billion dollar The post Paxos Standard: Why the Stablecoin You’ve Never Heard of Just Might Take Down Tether appeared first on CCN
Litecoin [LTC]’s market cap has fallen below the $2 billion market cap again and is currently at $1.91 billion, and the price is at $32.32 as per CoinMarketCap. The 24-hour trading volume of Litecoin is $59.36 million and ~11.73% of it is contributed by DOBI trade with the pair LTC/BTC. OKEx follows DOBI trade and contributes ~11.47% of all the trading volume with trading pairs LTC/BTC and LTC/USDT. 1-hour Source: Trading View The uptrend for Litecoin ranges from $28.78 to $31.70, while downtrend ranges from $41.62 to $31.94. The support at
StableCoinsWar is an interesting new service that lists the most important data for a number of stablecoins such as their current price, market capitalization, market cap percentage, volume and velocity of money. A stablecoin is a cryptocurrency designed to minimize the price volatility, stablecoins are used as stores of value and are usually backed by fiat currency such as USD, EUR or other. You can get up to date and speed with a quick glance on the single page stats currently listing 8 of the most popular and used stablecoins with their
Tether (USDT), the world’s first unstable stablecoin has announced the reopening of account verification and redemption of USDT to fiat straight from its platform, according to a press release by Tether Ltd., on November 27, 2018. Tether Staging a Comeback? Tether Ltd., the firm in charge of USDT, the world’s supposedly first stablecoin that stands at 1:1 with the U.S....Read More. The post by Ogwu Osaemezu Emmanuel appeared first on BTCManager, Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News
Following an announcement from Bitfinex yesterday regarding their newfound “neutrality” to tether (USDT) and intent to use other stablecoins in addition to USDT, crypto firm Tether has revived its former business model of enabling 1:1 redemption of USDT for USD on its own platform. “Now, thanks to stronger banking as a result of our new The post USD-Backed Crypto Tether Re-Enables Direct Withdrawals of Fiat appeared first on CCN
Cryptocurrency exchanges are expanding with new listing and updates. Let’s take a look at the top trading platforms opening up the support for new trading pairs and other altcoins. Binance Creates Unified Stablecoin Market Top exchange of cryptocurrency market, Binance has announced the support for unified stable coin market. The exchange is welcoming USDT as the first token that will show the change and will be listed as USDⓈ – in specific the encircles S will denote this stable coin. “Binance has renamed the USDT Market (USDT) to now be a
Crypto markets have plunged as much as 80 percent since their all-time high. Some currencies, however, were designed to protect investors from such catastrophic events. The recent market crash was an assessment of these “stablecoins” – whether they were able to keep the investments steady, or if they failed outright. The latest activities taking place inside the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges show that stablecoins succeeded to some extent. Binance, Huobi Create Special Stablecoin Protocols Malta-based global crypto exchange Binance recently
Stablecoins — a crypto-token pegged to a fiat currency or some commodity — have become all the rage in the latter half of 2018. But they’re not really all they’re cracked up to be. In fact, stablecoins aren’t much more than a 21st century update to a terribly failed experiment from hundreds of years ago. Also read: Chinese Mining Operations Reportedly Closing Due to Crashing Crypto Markets Subscribe to the Bitsonline YouTube channel for great videos featuring industry insiders & experts Stablecoins: A New Spin on a Bad Idea The main idea behi
CoinSpeakerTether is Back: The Platform Reopens Fiat Deposits and Tether (USDT) Redemption Though a lot of members of the cryptocurrency community have already decided that Tether is not going to come back to business, it is absolutely not true. The company is reopening its stablecoin platform for fiat deposits and USDT redemption. Nevertheless, this move is not a sign of a new vision, it is just a return to original parameters that were initially set. A Little Bit of History More than a year ago, in April 2017, it was announced that Tether’s
CoinSpeakerSEC Chairman Jay Clayton Demands Better Market Surveillance Before Approving Bitcoin ETF Over the last year, Cryptocurrency companies across the globe are pushing it hard to get a Bitcoin ETF approval. However, the SEC has remained absolutely firm about its call on issues of market manipulation. Reiterating his stand, chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said that he still has a few worries before getting “comfortable” with the investment product. Clayton remarked during the ongoing Clayton remarked during
Ever since Tether (USDT) was first listed on Bitfinex back in 2015, crypto traders have preferred the stable coin whenever the Bitcoin (BTC) and the cryptocurrency markets took a turn for the worst. This is due to the fact that USDT is pegged to the $1 value. The value of USDT can sometimes fluctuate by a few decimal points due to demand issues, but its price is never that far away from the $1 mark. This controlled stability embedded into the inner core of the digital asset has allowed it to be a safe haven for many traders during times of tu
Binance has replaced the "USDT" symbol on their exchange - it no longer means Tether, but rather a symbol that represents their entire stablecoin market, a collection of multiple stablecoins.Our readers were the first to see this coming, when an insider within one of the stablecoin projects leaked exclusive information with us regarding the discussions between their leadership and Binance (read that article here).Well - it all turned out to be true, a new statement from Binance reads:"Binance has renamed the USDT Market (USDT) to now be a com
Cryptocurrency, Stablecoins–The last two weeks have been a tumultuous time for cryptocurrency investors and advocates, who have watched the market capitalization of the industry fall by $90 billion, or nearly half of its valuation since the start of the month. However, some optimism is growing in the space as the committed developers and future-seekers for the technology shun the daily obsession over price changes and focus on new adoption. Stablecoins, made popular by Tether’s USDT currency, have been a growing subfield within cryptocurrency
Today Bitfinex announced the addition of USDT/USD and EURT/EUR trading pairs on Bitfinex. This replaces the previous 1:1 conversion on deposits and withdrawals. Till March this year, USDT was the only stablecoin around. This addition from Bitfinex was caused by demands from customers, and reflects on the rising number of stablecoins and the range of choice available. Wallets on Bitfinex will now support Tether balance USDT and EURT, as well as the USD and EUR fiat balances.
Tether is launching a new liquidity portal, one that will finally allow the direct redemption of Tether’s stablecoin USDT back into fiat. According to a new report released on the company’s website, Tether is going to “launch a redesigned platform allowing for the verification of new customers and direct redemption of Tether to fiat.” One of the most successful stablecoins available on the market, Tether’s current market capitalization is $1.8 billion. Originally founded in 2014, Tether has seen wide adoption compared to other prominent cry
Major cryptocurrency exchange Binance has added Paxos Standard (PAX) as a base currency on its platform, meaning the stablecoin can be coupled with other digital assets listed on the platform. The addition of PAX on Binance will offer traders an alternative to controversial stablecoin Tether (USDT), which, until now, was the only stablecoin used as a base currency on the platform. At press time, Tether is the most popular base currency on Binance. “Demand for PAX has grown very quickly since we launched just over two months ago, making it cl
Tether is back in business. Its stablecoin platform, which has lain dormant since last year, is to reopen for fiat deposits and tether (USDT) redemption. The move, described by Tether as a “new vision,” ought to return its stablecoin to the parameters it was originally designed to meet. With a minimum fiat deposit of $100,000, however, Tether’s service will be off-limits to retail investors. Also read: Binance Moves Away From Tether Tether Relaunches Direct Service Predictions of tether’s demise may have been exaggerated.
Tether, the controversial stable coin that has seen its share of volatility in the past few months, just announced that they had launched a newly redesigned platform that allows the verification of new customers and direct redemption of Tether to FIAT. The company’s original mission was to be a token that allowed for the quick transfer of funds to different exchanges while maintaining the stability of the US dollar. However, the drastic rise of token trading over the past few years made it more challenging for the stable coin to maintain i
In this edition of The Daily, we detail the reduced role that tether is playing at the world’s leading cryptocurrency exchange and the progress being made in adding bitcoin futures to the world’s second largest stock exchange. We also round up the latest progress being made in the security token space. Also read: Petition to Free Ross Ulbricht Gathers 100,000 Signatures Binance Tiptoes Away From Tether Like many exchanges, Binance has sought to reduce its exposure to tether (USDT) in recent months by introducing a range of alternative stablec
In an effort to create a combined stablecoin market crypto exchange Binance has updated its USDT markets. The world’s top exchange by trade volume, Binance, has been tweaking its stablecoin markets recently. According to an announcement yesterday it has renamed all USDT markets to USDⓈ.It went on to state; “Binance has renamed the USDT Market (USDT) to now be a combined Stablecoin Market (USDⓈ). This is to support more trading pairs with different stablecoins offered as a base pair. We will make a further announcement soon on the exact pairs
A big change that will impact the stablecoin market has been made by Binance, which renamed the Tether market (USDT), to Combined Stablecoin Market (USDⓈ). The major cryptocurrency exchange will allow the exchange to support more trading pairs of stablecoins. In the announcement that was made on the site, revealed that the company was intending to make a further announcement soon about the exact trading pairs that were moved or added to the market. Also the company noted that it was very important to understand that USDⓈ a new stablecoin in
Stellar Lumens is among the cryptocurrencies that have suffered a massive blow to their prices due to the bear market. XLM in a 7-day scenario, has depreciated by 35.68%. The sixth largest cryptocurrency by market cap was trading at $0.1448 with a market cap $2.77 billion. The trade volume for XLM is $113 million, and most of it is contributed by Binance with trading pairs XLM/USDT and XLM/BTC. Binance contributes a total of ~33% of the total trade volume, which is $39 million.
In an unprecidented move, the popular cryptocurrency exchange of Binance announced that it was renaming its Tether (USDT) market to a combined Stablecoin Market (USDⓈ). The exchange explained that the move was aimed at supporting more trading pairs with different stable coins as a base. The announcement went on to state: Fellow Binancians, Binance has renamed the USDT Market (USDT) to now be a combined Stablecoin Market (USDⓈ). This is to support more trading pairs with different stablecoins offered as a base pair. We will make a further ann
The stablecoin space is to face a storm of disruption from ROCKZ, the first legally enforceable stablecoin backed by the Swiss Francs, one of the strongest fiat currencies in the world. Those that have been trading cryptocurrencies for some time are well aware that the rampant volatility is a main obstacle to a large scale adoption. Recent surge in prices of digital assets have been followed by sharp price swings with an increasing market risk. The market clearly recognized the need for more stable alternatives which is driving the strong ris
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