Market Wrap: Bitcoin Price, Dominance Slips; Ether Hits Fresh Record High Over $2.6K
As BTC's price continues lower, one possible benefit is a decrease in the crypto's volatility.
What’s essential is situating bitcoin mining and energy in a larger context.
Bitcoin's share of the overall industry market capitalization has fallen as ether and other altcoins have surged in price.
Morgan Stanley’s new bitcoin product is already one of the largest funds of its kind by investor count.
The Ethereum blockchain is busier than ever, but its high fees help Binance Smart Chain maintain the lead.
Derivatives are to remain at "the heart" of BitMEX's business, however.
The XLM and ADA vehicles will go live on Monday.
Bitcoin dominance drops below 50%, but institutional investors are still pouring money into bitcoin funds. A check on bitcoin markets plus Noelle Acheson highlights CoinDesk's Earth Day report on bitcoin and the environment. Also, EXMO COO Sergey Zhdanov with an update on the EXMO exchange and crypto markets in Europe.
"The Hash" panel tackles today's hot topics: crypto's energy impact on the environment debate rages on Earth Day 2021, Binance stock tokens for Tesla and Coinbase could be attracting regulatory trouble, a CEO of a Turkish crypto exchange goes missing along with user funds plus, MakerDAO brings real estate to DeFi.
"First Mover" with markets analysis as Ether breaks another record. Steven McClurg of Valkyrie Investments joins the markets discussion. Voyager Digital CEO Steve Ehrlich on his company's fast growth and customer service questions. Also, in honor of Earth Day, Jesse Phillips of Binance Mining Pool explains how crypto mining practices can be more environmentally friendly.