Blockchain 

Blockchain Developer Dispatch Labs Suffers Losses Despite Market Recovery

Blockchain company Dispatch Labs is incurring considerable losses despite extensive investment and a recovering cryptocurrency market, technology-focused news outlet Cryptobriefing reported on June 14. Initially, Dispatch Labs received funding from its executive team, subsequently raising over $13 million in a series of private rounds from other investors such as China-based capital firm Fenbushi Capital during the first half of 2018. However, the value of the raised capital slumped considerably following the market drop in the first quarter of the year. The company’s CEO Matt McGraw reportedly said that the team…

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Ethereum 

Crypto Markets Show Signs of Recovery, While Oil Prices Slump

Friday, May 31 — cryptocurrencies are on the rise again after seeing a slight correction yesterday, May 30, with EOS (EOS) being the only coin among the top-20 cryptocurrencies to register double-digit gains. Market visualization by Coin360 The leading digital currency bitcoin (BTC) is up slightly over 3% on the day, and is trading at $8,573 at press time. On its weekly chart, bitcoin saw its lowest price point at $7,924 on May 26, while its highest price point of $8,994 was on May 30. Bitcoin 7-day price chart. Source:…

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Cryptocurrency 

Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork | Segwit Recovery & Schnorr Signatures

A Bitcoin Cash hard fork was implemented earlier today as of block 58268. Although the network-split initially met with a hiccup, the upgrade has now successfully completed. Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork The hard fork sees the Bitcoin Cash network implement two new features. They are Segwit recovery and Schnorr signatures. The Segwit recovery means network participants can now recover funds that were sent accidentally to Segwit addresses. Before today, this was impossible due to the “enforcement of the new CLEANSTACK rule” which was implemented in the last upgrade in November. The…

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Ethereum 

BTC Tests $5,000 Amid 2019’s First Major Crypto Market Recovery

Wednesday, April 3 — Bitcoin (BTC) has tested the $5,000 mark for the first time since November 2018, as crypto markets are on the rise for the third day in a row. While some major cryptocurrencies are seeing a mild surge in price, others boast double-digit gains. Market visualization from Coin360 BTC, which skyrocketed yesterday and gained over 14 percent in price over 24 hours, spent a few hours above the $5,000 mark earlier today. The world’s top coin peaked at $5,043 at some point, according to CoinMarketCap stats, before…

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Bitcoin 

Bitcoin Mining Revenue Begins Slow Recovery After 18-Month Lows, New Report Shows

Bitcoin (BTC) mining revenues have begun climbing after falling to their lowest levels in 18 months, statistics from cryptocurrency industry newsletter Diar confirmed Mar. 4. Capping a troubling year for miners, February saw revenue drop to amounts not seen since August 2017 — when Bitcoin was at the start of its most recent bull run. Mining income totalled $195 million in February 2019, down from $210 million in January and a fraction of the $951 million all-time highs seen at the height of the bull run in December 2017. “To…

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Ethereum 

Crypto Markets Lose $2 Billion After Brief Recovery Attempt, US Stock Market Is Down

Tuesday, Feb. 26: after a brief recovery attempt yesterday, crypto markets have lost more than $2 billion in terms of total market capitalization today, with the top 20 cryptocurrencies seeing mixed signals. While the market is overall trading sideways, most of top 20 coins are in the red at press time. Market visualization from Coin360 The largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin (BTC), is down around 1 percent over the past 24 hours, trading at $3,847 at press time. Following major losses on Feb. 24, the top cryptocurrency is down over 3 percent…

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Ethereum 

Major Currencies Gradually Roll Back After Short Recovery, Bitcoin Stays Over $3,600

Sunday, Feb. 10 — while Bitcoin (BTC) is managing to stay above the $3,600 price point for the third day in a row, other major cryptocurrencies are mostly in the red as the markets gradually roll back after short recovery, Coin360 data shows. Market visualization from Coin360 BTC has been trading sideways during the last 24 hours, but the coin is still above over its psychological threshold of $3,600 at press time. As Cointelegraph previously reported, the top currency gained over $200 in value on Friday, Feb. 8, hitting $3,691…

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Ethereum 

Crypto Markets Show Signs of Recovery Following Severe Losses

Monday, Jan. 14 —  the vast majority of cryptocurrencies are recovering after experiencing severe losses over the last several days, according to Coin360. Of the top 20 by market capitalization, only the stablecoins USD Coin (USDC) and Tether (USDT) are still in the red. Market visualization from Coin360 The leading cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC) has seen an increase of nearly five percent on the day, and is trading at around $3,717 at press time. As Cointelegraph reported earlier, BTC hit a new year-to-date low today, slumping to as low as $3,544.…

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Bitcoin 

After Yesterday’s Signs of Recovery, Crypto Markets See Drastic Losses

Monday, Nov. 19: after showing some signs of recovery yesterday, Nov. 18, cryptocurrency markets experience another dramatic fall. Bitcoin (BTC) dipped below the $5,000 mark, with some of the top 20 coins falling by as much as 20 percent at press time, according to CoinMarketCap. Market visualization from Coin360 After a modest attempt to clamber into the green zone on Nov. 18, BTC today has slumped by over 10 percent on the day and is trading at around $4,977 as of press time. On its weekly chart BTC has lost…

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Bitcoin 

Fundstrat’s Tom Lee Predicts Bitcoin Recovery, But Lowers End-Year Target to $15K

Wall Street analyst and cryptocurrency bull Tom Lee has nearly cut his end-year Bitcoin (BTC) price target in half from $25,000 to $15,000, CNBC reported Nov. 16. According to Lee – the co-founder of market advisory firm Fundstrat Global Advisors – the key factor behind his new target is Bitcoin’s “break-even point,” or the level at which the cost to mine Bitcoin matches its trading price, as CNBC reports. According to Fundstrat’s data, this point is at around $7,000. Bitcoin is currently trading well below this value – $5,550 at…

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