Litecoin and Tether Step Aboard the “Bull” Train

by livebitcoinnews 04/06/2019

Bitcoin has been spiking heavily as of late, but it’s certainly not alone. The currency is being joined by major competitors such as Litecoin and the stable coin Tether, which did not necessarily increase in price, but is enjoying considerably higher trading volumes. Litcoin’s Bullish Behavior Explained According to a new report, Litecoin has jumped...



Gainers

Logo Coin Price Change(24 Hour)
Crypto.com Chain
Crypto.com Chain$0.07870

%22.0055

Dai
Dai$0.99834

%1.89333

Waves
Waves$2.86796

%1.82847

Tether
Tether$1.00740

%-0.0665134

Paxos Standard Token
Paxos Standard Token$0.99873

%-0.0794494

USD Coin
USD Coin$1.00072

%-0.36253

TrueUSD
TrueUSD$1.00107

%-0.416852

Horizen
Horizen$7.88224

%-0.782078


Updated: 04/11/2019

Losers

Logo Coin Price Change(24 Hour)
Santiment Network Token
Santiment Network Token$0.58964

%-34.0652

Enigma
Enigma$0.51173

%-17.2297

Loopring
Loopring$0.07495

%-16.0226

Litecoin
Litecoin$78.6401

%-10.7036

Bitcoin Cash
Bitcoin Cash$271.996

%-10.0733

EOS
EOS$5.31927

%-9.98115

Ethereum
Ethereum$164.437

%-8.75977

XRP
XRP$0.33082

%-7.12432


Updated: 04/11/2019

via coindesk04/11/2019

Bitcoin Drops Back to $5K Support After Failed Breakout

Bitcoin has fallen back close to psychological support at $5,000 after a failed breakout Wednesday.


via bitcoinist04/11/2019

Bitcoin Price $5,000 Support is Now Critical as Bull-Run Fizzles

Bitcoin price fell off its peak close to $5500 to head towards older $5000 support April 11 after a late fresh surge abruptly ran out of steam. $5500 A Push Too Far Data from cryptocurrency exchange Bitstamp, which provides Bitcoin price data often slightly more conservative than other platforms, shows BTC/USD has dropped below $5200 at press time Thursday. Bitcoin, which experienced a sudden rally of around $1300 last week, has broadly held on to

via coindesk04/11/2019

China’s New Policy Isn’t An Automatic Bitcoin Mining Ban – Here’s Why

Despite breathless headlines, a recent proposal by China’s economic planners would not automatically ban bitcoin mining.