Market Wrap: Bitcoin Hits $10.9K; Ether Options Signal Short-Term Volatility
Bitcoin prices approached $11,000 in early trading Monday as the ether options signal short-term gyrations.
With most stablecoins pegged to dollars, the crypto industry is wedded to a single currency with uncertain prospects. Time to diversify.
Three years after its $257 million ICO, decentralized data storage provider Filecoin has said mainnet will go live in mid-October.
Bitcoin is moving off exchanges, has been less volatile than TLSA and broke its record for longest streak trading above five figures.
Bitcoin balances on exchanges hit 2-year low, seen as a bullish sign that traders are holding for the long term, or tokenizing for use in DeFi.
NFTs had managed to be expensive but they had not managed to be liquid – not until DeFi-thinking intervened.
On Sunday, Ocean Protocol conducted a hard fork from its old token address to prevent the KuCoin exchange hacker from continued unloading of stolen OCEAN tokens on decentralized exchange Uniswap.