|Day's Range||206.84 - 209.74|
|52 Week Range||75.08 - 522.09|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||1.14B|
Blockchain payments processor BitPay has added support for three stablecoins - Circle’s USD coin (USDC), the Gemini dollar (GUSD) and Paxos Standard token (PAX).The post BitPay now lets merchants accept three stablecoins, including Gemini dollar appeared first on The Block.
It’s a bearish start to the day for the trio, with Chainlink joining the pack in the red early on. Heavier losses could be on the cards.
One of the main drivers for cryptocurrency adoption is being able to use your crypto to buy goods and services like an actual currency. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is a fork of the original Bitcoin blockchain and was originally developed to act as a transactional currency rather than a digital investment. So which retailers accept BCH as a digital currency to make purchases? Spending your BCH Looking at the BCH merchants map above (courtesy of BitcoinCash.org), you can see that most merchants are located in South America and Europe, although there's quite a few in Australia and the US as well. In addition, Japan also seems to be a growing hotspot for BCH. The merchants available range from 9-5 shops, popularThe post Where to spend your Bitcoin Cash appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase’s Visa debit card offering has added support for ethereum-based DAI stablecoin. Announcing the news Friday, Coinbase Card said DAI is the first stablecoin added to its offering.The post Coinbase’s Visa debit card adds support for DAI stablecoin appeared first on The Block.
Cryptocurrency exchange BitFlyer, recognized as one of the 10 exchanges with “real” trading volumes by asset management firm Bitwise, has just made it easier for users to buy cryptocurrencies.The post BitFlyer Europe users can now buy crypto with credit cards appeared first on The Block.
The bears sink the majors early this morning. Barring a break back through the major support levels, it could be a painful day for the bulls…
At the time of writing, Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is trading at around $212. In October, BCH rebounded spectacularly towards the end of the month in response to Bitcoin's positive momentum. However, over the last month, the crypto market has tumbled again and BCH has come crashing down. There is some hope for investors this week though as the coin's price has remained stable over the last 24 hours. Will BCH start pushing higher again? And if so, what are the next levels of support to look out for? Or will Bitcoin Cash drop further? Let's take a look at the chart for Bitcoin Cash, courtesy of TradingView. As you can see from the chart above, the price of BCH recoveredThe post Latest Bitcoin Cash price and analysis (BCH to USD) appeared first on Coin Rivet.
One of the most interesting Bitcoin hard forks is Bitcoin Cash (BCH). BCH split from Bitcoin in 2017 and aims to solve the issue of scaling through the use of bigger blocks, which it argues allows for much lower fees. Let's take a closer look at Bitcoin Cash and how to mine the popular cryptocurrency. What is Bitcoin Cash? In July 2017, some members of the Bitcoin community, including the early evangelist Roger Ver, felt that adopting BIP 91 without increasing the block-size limit favored people who wanted to treat Bitcoin as a digital investment rather than as a transactional currency. The last straw was the implementation of the SegWit soft fork, which removed witnessing data from block headers. AsThe post How to mine Bitcoin Cash appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Japanese cryptocurrency exchange BitFlyer, recognized as one of the 10 exchanges with “real” trading volumes by asset management firm Bitwise, has added trading support for XRP cryptocurrency.The post Japanese crypto exchange BitFlyer adds trading support for XRP appeared first on The Block.
After a Saturday sell-off to round off November, it’s back in the red at the start of December… It could get messy if support doesn’t kick in by late morning.
The end of the week turned out to be much more favourable for the crypto market than its beginning. Bitcoin was able to return from the area below $7,000 and clings to levels around $7,500.
The price of Ripple (XRP) has fallen over 40% since the beginning of November and is currently hovering around $0.22. Since late June, Ripple has been bouncing between lower highs and lower lows - a clear sign the cryptocurrency could be in trouble. Not only that, price is now below all its EMAs and XRP is currently trading around its yearly low. Will the altcoin recover soon? Or will it fall further? Let's take a look at the XRP chart, courtesy of TradingView. As you can see from the chart above, the price of XRP recovered during late October before crashing over 40% as we moved through November. The October gains were lost and the price came crawling back downThe post Latest Ripple price and analysis (XRP to USD) appeared first on Coin Rivet.
It’s a mixed start to the day for the majors. A move back through early morning highs would bring resistance levels back into play…