Tune in to watch Cointelegraph host and analyst Benton Yaun alongside resident market experts Jordan Finneseth and Marcel Pechman. Here’s what to expect in this week’s markets news breakdown:
- Bitcoin (BTC) once again takes aim at $50,000. Is this the final hurdle before all-time highs are within reach?
- The Solana network was brought down by a sudden surge in transaction volume, while Ethereum evaded a malicious attack. What does this mean for the future of decentralized finance, or DeFi?
- After Cardano finally launched smart contracts, the price of ADA dropped 10%. Is this a classic case of “sell the news”?
Next, Pechman and Finneseth take a dive deep into the most important factors driving the markets in back-to-back expert takes. Join Pechman on a journey through the history of Ethereum. There are a few events that might reveal what Ethereum truly is. Then, Finneseth takes a closer look at alternative next-generation blockchain protocols that are beginning to gain a foothold in the market.
Up next, the Cointelegraph experts identify two altcoins that stood out this week, Avalanche’s AVAX and Horizen’s ZEN, using insights from Cointelegraph Markets Pro, a platform for crypto traders who want to stay one step ahead of the market.
Finally, be sure to stick around for an exclusive guest interview with veteran trader Charlie Burton, the co-founder of Ezeetrader. The interview will cover recent market movements, trading insights and analysis of crypto’s biggest coins!
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