Crypto markets see mixed greens and reds today, with BTC still holding near $9K and ETH moving past $630
Crypto markets experience more growth as BTC hovers near $9,000, having broken the psychological price point already once today
After breaking $9,000 earlier today, Bitcoin is back around $8,700 as the market sees some small price fluctuations.
Crypto developer and CEO of the OTCBTC exchange is running for mayor of Taipei in order to transform the capital into a “Blockchain city” for Asia.
Crypto markets have seen a rebound after a slight drop yesterday, with Bitcoin and Ethereum back above $8,000 and $500 respectively.
According to an emailed statement, crypto exchange Kraken is ending its services in Japan, just after Binance decided to leave the country for Malta.
The crypto markets are sinking slightly today, bringing BTC back slightly under $8,000 and ETH close to $500.
BTC is now solidly over $8,000 and ETH has passed $500 during another day of market growth
Crypto exchange OKEx announces plans to expand into Malta, citing the country’s Blockchain ecosystem development
The top ten coins on Coinmarketcap are in the green today, with BTC touching $7,000 and ETH passing comfortably above $400.
Crypto markets continue moving up and down with most of the top ten coins by market cap in the red.
Crypto markets remain in the green, as Bitcoin and Ethereum see small gains in their price with total market cap also increasing.
Although traditional markets are reporting one of the worst ever starts to the second quarter, the crypto markets show gradual upward movement.
Crypto total market cap loses almost 50 percent of value during the first quarter of 2018
Jokes about cryptocurrency assets being turned into Lamborghinis inspires a website that allows people to predict the date of a future Lambo purchase.
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