|Day's Range||32.065 - 32.065|
|52 Week Range||23.6800 - 224.1100|
Investing.com - Cryptocurrencies traded higher on Tuesday as bitcoin bounced off its lowest level this year amid a flurry of problems with South Korean crypto exchanges and further news of attempted regulation.
Investing.com - Cryptocurrencies traded lower on Monday as the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) called for global coordination on the regulation of initial coin offerings (ICO).
If implemented, it would be the first stock exchange to set up a separate digital currency exchange. The news comes after Thai financial regulators gave licenses to three other trading companies to set up crypto exchanges.
The hard fork, which is when the code of a digital coin is changed, was expected to help solve the coin's scalability, but was delayed after a Swiss-based audit consultancy, ChainSecurity, identified potential vulnerabilities arising from the plan.
Investing.com - Bitcoin and other major digital coin prices slipped on Thursday in Asia after trading slightly higher earlier in the day following the news that Belarus is allowing traders to use cryptocurrencies to buy real assets including shares and gold.
Bitcoin slipped 0.42% to $3,622.40 on the Investing.com Index, as of 8:41 AM ET (13:41 GMT). Ethereum,or Ether, slipped 3.6% to $124.06 and Litecoin was at $31.51, down 1.6%, while XRP decreased 0.5% to $0.3293.
Bulgaria is the latest to join a host of countries making sure that investors in virtual currencies - whether individuals or companies - are paying taxes properly.
Investing.com - Bitcoin and other major digital coin prices rebounded on Tuesday in Asia, following a tumble over the last few days. Regulators in Denmark and Malaysia set eyes on crypto trading, and HSBC is actively using blockchain to improve transaction efficiency, according to reports this week.
Investing.com - Litecoin was trading at $32.458 by 02:26 (07:26 GMT) on the Investing.com Index on Friday, down 10.01% on the day. It was the largest one-day percentage loss since January 10.
Investing.com - Bitcoin and other major digital coin prices tumbled on Friday in Asia, reporting double-digit 24-hour losses in a sudden market meltdown. The crypto market cap dropped to US$122 billion, losing around US$17 billion, or 13%.
Enjin, a dedicated Ethereum development team, has launched EnjinX, an ad-free universal blockchain explorer designed to make Ethereum data more accessible to mainstream markets. Offering a Google-like experience, the new blockchain search engine allows users to search transactions, tokens, and addresses. It features a clean interface that provides traders, gamers, and token holders a simple […] The post Ethereum Developers Unveil Ad-Free Blockchain Explorer appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Investing.com - Litecoin was trading at $31.880 by 11:15 (16:15 GMT) on the Investing.com Index on Thursday, down 20.94% on the day. It was the largest one-day percentage loss since September 14, 2017.
Investing.com - Litecoin was trading at $35.377 by 02:06 (07:06 GMT) on the Investing.com Index on Thursday, down 10.07% on the day. It was the largest one-day percentage loss since November 19, 2018.
Investing.com - Bitcoin and other major digital coin prices were mixed on Thursday in Asia as international regulators sent different signals. The EU is mulling unified regulations while Thailand’s watchdog green-lighted crypto businesses.
Investing.com - Cryptocurrency prices rose on Monday in Asia following reports that UK-based CoinFLEX would offer future contracts for Bitcoin and other digital coins.
Investing.com - Litecoin was trading at $39.559 by 12:22 (17:22 GMT) on the Investing.com Index on Sunday, up 10.63% on the day. It was the largest one-day percentage gain since January 6.
Investing.com - Litecoin was trading at $34.765 by 09:51 (14:51 GMT) on the Investing.com Index on Saturday, up 10.93% on the day. It was the largest one-day percentage gain since December 28, 2018.