by bitcoinist 09/02/2019
It seems the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap only has its ‘second-to-Bitcoin’ status to be proud of. Market volatility is at a 3-month low compared to bitcoin, according to data from Skew Markets. A host of other indicators are also pointing towards an upcoming ‘danger zone’ situation for Ethereum. Low Volatility Means Unattractive Investment Let’s admit volatility is a necessary evil and something to be totally embraced while participating in the cryptocurrency market. Volatility opens
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