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Einsteinium Staves off Impending 51% Attack by Renting Extra Hashrate

It is always troublesome when cryptocurrencies deal with a looming network attack. Small-cap coins are often targeted in 51% attacks, and Einsteinium could have easily been next. After all, this attack was announced a few days ago, which seemingly gave the EMC2 team plenty of time to prepare. The EMC2 Crisis has Been Averted It was a big surprise when Geocold51, an individual specializing in demonstrating 51% attacks against cryptocurrencies, decided to focus on Einsteinium instead. Rather than performing such an attack anonymously, he decided to effectively announce this intent well in advance. The venture also got a lot of attention because it would be live streamed on Twitch. As is usually the case when someone “claims” to attack a network, one never really knows if that is exactly what will happen. For all intents and purposes, it seems Einsteinium hasn’t seen any big problems in this regard, although there is a very interesting reason for this particular development. Contrary to what one might expect, there isn’t much developers can do to thwart an impending 51% attack. It all comes down to the network hashrate, which – in the case of Einsteinium – has never been too impressive. Even so, it has always been sufficient to ensure the network operates smoothly, but that is only to be expected. With this impending attack, the only viable option was to introduce more hashrate in the future. It would appear the team has done exactly that. Deploying more hardware on one’s own accord is never a viable choice, thus it appears the team rented some hashrate and pointed it at their own network. Where the hashrate comes from exactly, and how much was paid to ensure it kept the network safe, is unclear at this time. Nor does anyone know if the community made this decision of the developers themselves. So Einsteinium suddenly tripled(approx) their hash rate &amp; pointed it at their network to stop an attack from @geocold51. That means they bought a whole bunch of hashing power for their own network to prevent an attack that never happened.#Einsteinium #emc2 #cryptocurrency pic.twitter.com/ItD2SycwYl — Suprateek Bose (@SupraBo_) October 14, 2018 The chart above clearly shows there has been a pretty big spike in Einsteinium’s network hashrate. Considering how the 51% attack never occurred, the only logical conclusion is how additional mining power was “borrowed” temporarily. It is a pretty interesting defensive strategy, as the result is what one would expect. At the same time, one has to wonder if this effort was even necessary in the first place. It is very difficult for small-cap currencies with a low hashrate to prevent 51% attacks from happening. This method, while somewhat questionable, is a “clean” way of dealing with potential problems. Simply because the crisis has been averted this time, does not mean someone with more nefarious intentions won’t try to impact the Einsteinium network in the future. Finding a long-term solution seems warranted, albeit that is much easier said than done. The post Einsteinium Staves off Impending 51% Attack by Renting Extra Hashrate appeared first on NullTX.
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It Costs $20 to Launch a 51 percent Attack on Einsteinium and Less than $200 to Force a Hard Fork in Feathercoin

There is this other side of crypto. It’s dark and full of dead coins. It keeps piling up every time ETH or BTC print lower. Though the market is expecting a rally with Ran Neur listing a couple of indicators to justify his bullish stand, Einsteinium coin creators and “community” should be having a hard time. Last year,around this time,BTC went from $6691 (Nov 11) to $20000 (Dec 17) in 5 weeks.This on the back of the expectation and launch of a cash settlement BTC futures contract. An ETF is a way bigger deal &amp; requires actual purchase of BTC.2 looming SEC decision deadlines ahead. — Ran NeuNer (@cryptomanran) October 7, 2018 A daring user by the name Piracy1 is planning to launch a 51 percent attack on the network for demonstration purposes. His reasons he says is to “to show people how easy it is and maybe prompt developers to implement mitigations”. He adds saying “I also just want to talk about 51 percent attacks because I think they’re neat”. What’s more? The attack will be available for all to witness via Twitch. Einsteinium is gullible because it is a Bitcoin hard fork but uses Scrypt for hashing. There is deep corrosion of its value and hash rate. As it is, to attack the network for one hour will cost $20. Controversy Around the 51 percent Attack As controversial as it is, the user Piracy1 plan to raise collect donation and could launch another attack on Vertcoin. However, this wasn’t received well by user Ersiees who inquired about his overall motive. In a thread Ersiees asks: “What these attacks are about is stealing money, right? Is that your plan? Why do you want donations to steal something or if you don’t steal anything how will you change the chain?” Piracy1 said he his announcing this attack in advance for educational purposes and “people can choose to not accept any transaction as confirmed until the attack is over”. As usual, users didn’t take this lying down. Some elucidated their feelings saying Piracy1 action is pure fraud, outright theft and illegal. A user Chris_mc1 was particularly vocal saying: “Isn’t this massively illegal? You’re basically DoSing a network. Possibly theft as well!” But a user Koolba interjected saying: “On the contrary, you’re contributing to the success of the coin by dedicating your personal resources to increase the total hash rate. It’s not a denial of service, it’s explicitly providing the mining service that the coin is asking its participants to provide. Now using that temporary hash rate imbalance to issue an explicit double spend attack could be considered fraud. But that’s a totally separate.” Litecoin Cash and Others are Susceptible Despite the emotions, the hack will happen on Oct 13 but it could open up a Pandora’s box. Data from Crypto51 theorizes what it will cost to launch a 51 percent on a blockchain network. Should users buy hash rates from NiceHash and dedicate salvos at Bitcoin Interest, Litecoin Cash, PACcoin and Feathercoin, then it will cost them less than $200 to completely hard fork these chains. Do you think the attack will be successful? Is Piracy1 acting Maliciously? Let’s know in the comment section below. The post It Costs $20 to Launch a 51 percent Attack on Einsteinium and Less than $200 to Force a Hard Fork in Feathercoin appeared first on Ethereum World News.
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Reddit User Will Livestream 51% Attack Against Einsteinium on Twitch

In the world of cryptocurrencies, there is a major threat known as the 51% attack. Numerous currencies have suffered from such attacks, and the year 2018 has been no different in this regard. It now seems one particular user is intent on attacking Einsteinium next week. The event will be broadcasted on Twitch, which raises a lot of questions. Openly Promoting 51% Attacks For smaller-cap cryptocurrencies, it is evident there are numerous threats to contend with. A lack of overall interest will usually cause the coin’s price to fluctuate significantly. Low trading volumes often lead to pump-and-dump cycles, which have become somewhat less prevalent in the cryptocurrency over the past few years. Unfortunately, that is not the biggest problem a lot of cryptocurrencies face right now. As has become throughout 2018, there is a growing number of 51% attacks which try to disrupt networks or even trigger double-spend attacks in the process. Several incidents have occurred this year alone, and it seems a new attack may very well be looming on the horizon. According to a recent Reddit post, the user known as Team-periwinkle is planning to perform a 51% attack against the Einsteinium cryptocurrency. This project is a small-cap altcoin, and it seems it has somehow gotten on this user’s radar. Whether or not he or she has a grudge against this altcoin or simply looks to illustrate the threat of 51% attacks in general, remains unclear at this time. The user claims this 51% attack will be performed next week, and the event will be livestreamed on the Twitch platform. It seems unlikely the streaming service would allow for such events to be broadcasted, as they clearly illustrate an intent to cause damage. At the same time, it is evident incidents like these need to be documented accordingly to ensure such attacks cannot happen again in the future. Initially, the goal was to introduce this attack on the Bitcoin testnet. That decision has been turned around by actively going after the main net of this particular altcoin. It seems the user is also intent on attacking other currencies in the future, which raises even more questions. To make matters worse, it appears the user has successfully claimed donations from users who want to fund these particular attacks. All of this highlights the somewhat toxic nature of cryptocurrency communities in this day and age. Purposefully attack smaller-cap altcoins for the sake of doing so is not something that will make people more intent on exploring cryptocurrencies. Instead, there is a good chance efforts like these will make people even more averse of cryptocurrencies than they already are. A very worrisome trend, for obvious reasons. The post Reddit User Will Livestream 51% Attack Against Einsteinium on Twitch appeared first on NullTX.
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Poloniex Crypto Exchange To Toss 8 Tokens Away (BTCD, BTM, EMC2, GRC, NEOS, POT, VRC, XBC)

The Poloniex team is constantly working to make their exchange perform at the best possible efficiency for customers. Sometimes, that includes letting go of some of the assets that are weighing down the ecosystem. In this case, Poloniex has announced their intention to delist 8 assets by September 25th on Twitter. On Tuesday September 25th, at 12:00 ET, the following assets will be delisted from Poloniex: BTCD, BTM (Bitmark), EMC2, GRC, NEOS, POT, VRC, XBC. — Poloniex Exchange (@Poloniex) September 18, 2018 They retweeted this post to add directions for customers, which said, Please finalize all trades and close any positions in these assets prior to September 25th. Once delisted, you will have 30 days to withdraw any balances in these assets. For more information, please visit our blog. https://t.co/gHYr9ubjun — Poloniex Exchange (@Poloniex) September 18, 2018 Their blog was posted on Circle, which said that the company hopes that the delisting will help make this process fairly easy for users. They noted that their three goals were always to offer a 7-day notice before delisting, offer 30 days to withdraw funds, and offer many different forms of communication prior to the last available day. However, Poloniex is prepared for customers, if the wallet is not available for the entire time. They plan to push off the deadline to ensure that the users have a full 30 days to make their transactions. As for moments that are out of Poloniex’s control, like when the network is not active, they have a plan still. The Circle post says, “In these situations, we will secure the delisted funds in cold storage for a reasonable period with the potential to online the funds and allow customers to withdraw should the network become operational again. We will handle these scenarios, which we recognize can be frustrating for customers, case by case.” After the deadline closes, there will be no way to make withdrawals, which makes it so important for customers to retrieve their tokens while they can. As part of being delisted, users will no longer be able to transact or withdraw the applicable coins. To learn more about the delisting, users can visit the official Help Center on Poloniex.com.
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Poloniex to delist BTCD, BTM, EMC2, GRC, NEOS, POT, VRC, XBC

Bitcoin and popular altcoin exchange Poloniex, today announced that on September 25th at 12:00 ET the exchange will be delisting eight coins which include: BTCD, BTM (Bitmark), EMC2, GRC, NEOS, POT, VRC, and XBC. Customers have until... Poloniex to delist BTCD, BTM, EMC2, GRC, NEOS, POT, VRC, XBC
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US CFTC Plans to Seek Public Feedback to Better Understand Ethereum Blockchain

The latest report on Ethereum future contract unveiled that the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is looking for an in-depth analysis of Etherum blockchain. In order to improve the commission’s understanding of Ethereum and its underlying technology, the CFTC has announced its intention to publish a respective Request for Information (RFI) with the Federal Register. According to the statement: “The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is seeking public comment and feedback in order to better inform the Commission’s understanding of the technology, mechanics, and markets for virtual currencies beyond Bitcoin, namely Ether and its use on the Ethereum Network.” The Commission has put up a total of 25 questions which include topics such as the impetus for developing Ether and the Ethereum Network, especially relative to Bitcoin; the use of the Ethereum network by the developer community; scalability challenges, if any, of the Ethereum network; proof of work and proof of stake; similarities and differences in the governance of Ethereum and bitcoin networks; introduction of derivative contracts on Ether; and security issues, among others. Notably, one question asks: “How would the introduction of derivative contracts on ether potentially change or modify the incentive structures that underlie a proof-of-stake model?” A number of questions following this go further into detail about how the ether market might impact a derivatives market built on top of it – or vice versa. The CFTC said the comments received will benefit LabCFTC, the CFTC’s Fintech initiative, and help to inform the Commission’s understanding of these emerging technologies.
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Unbreakable: Mike Novogratz Remains a Bitcoin Bull in a Bleeding Market

Currently, when crypto believers generalize every Wall Street banker to be a Bitcoin critic, a celebrated hedge fund manager and former Goldman Sachs executive changed his perception. Mike Novogratz is a now a name beyond the mainstream finance, and perhaps among the only consistent voices speaking in favor of bitcoin even after its 80 percent-plus drop this year. The 54-year old financial veteran sat before Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker recently to discuss how the crypto market crash impacted their ventures and how he remains confident about crypto’s long-term potential. Novogratz admitted being on the losing side, stating that his cryptocurrency merchant bank, dubbed Galaxy Digital Holdings Ltd, brought $136 million in losses to its investors when he was raising funds for it. Nevertheless, the crypto crash couldn’t put Galaxy beneath the grounds, and the project was still on its way to – at least – break-even in 2019, he explained. “We’re not nervous; we’re frustrated that our investors have lost money. We’ve got plenty of cash to run the business for a long time. I keep telling my guys we’re a surfer getting ourselves in shape for when the next wave comes, and when the wave comes we’d better be the Laird Hamilton of crypto.” Digital Gold in Making Analysts have continuously argued whether or not bitcoin has a use-case in the mainstream. A majority of them believes that the digital asset’s lower adoption make it an overvalued bubble similar to the infamous Tulipmania from the Dutch Golden age. Investors have entered bitcoin markets on a promise of getting rich quickly, and it is no more stable than a pyramid scheme, i.e., it is all horns but no product. Novogratz, on the other hand, interpreted bitcoin as a digital gold in the making, counterarguing that it is one of the only crypto assets that “gets to be a legal pyramid scheme.” Because, to him, it is the belief that denotes value to a store of value- nothing more, nothing less. “All the gold ever mined in the history of the world fits in an Olympic-size swimming pool,” reasoned Novogratz. “You’re out of your mind to think that pool’s worth $8 trillion. But it is because we say it is.” As a metal, a store of value asset like gold does have plenty of use cases. Most notably, it is a good reflector of electromagnetic radiation such as radio and infrared rays, as well as visible light. Therefore, gold makes an ideal metal when it comes to protecting artificial satellites, astronauts’ helmets and in electronic warfare planes. But, in reality, only about 17% of the mined gold gets used in industrial applications – minus jewelry – while the rest gets stored inside vaults. That being said, the value of gold bullion itself is 83% speculation and 17% use case. Bitcoin, according to Novogratz, strictly possesses such characteristics. “The fact that David Swensen [Yale University’s chief investment officer] put an investment into Bitcoin, with his reputation on the line, his endowment on the line, tells you something. Some of the smartest people in the investing world think it’s a store of value,” Novogratz asserted. Unbreakable: Mike Novogratz Remains a Bitcoin Bull in a Bleeding Market was last modified: December 12th, 2018 by Davit BabayanThe post Unbreakable: Mike Novogratz Remains a Bitcoin Bull in a Bleeding Market appeared first on NewsBTC.
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Mike Novogratz: Bitcoin Was a Drug and We’re at the Methadone Clinic Now

CoinSpeaker Mike Novogratz: Bitcoin Was a Drug and We’re at the Methadone Clinic Now A former partner at Goldman Sachs who is popularly called the “pretty face of cryptocurrency” Mike Novogratz, said that he is now the ugly face of the bust. Talking to Bloomberg, he pointed at SEC sanctions on certain ICOs and the uncertainty surrounding Bitcoin Cash’s hard fork as the reasons behind Bitcoin’s drastic fall from $6,200 to $3,400. However, Novogratz remains confident that Bitcoin will make a comeback. “I do believe Bitcoin is going to be digital gold. We have a business that we think can break even next year, if not make money. We’ve got plenty of cash to run the business for a long time. I keep telling my guys we’re a surfer getting ourselves in shape for when the next wave comes, and when the wave comes we’d better be the Laird Hamilton of crypto.” First, says Novogratz, they thought of crypto as of a bear market. “I went into it thinking in the long run crypto is going to be a real structural shift in the world and I can just hedge my portfolio. And to be fair, we did a really great job not losing money the first 60 percent down. What you forget is that a market like Bitcoin that’s down 84 percent has dropped 60 percent—and then another 60 percent. That’s where the pain happens. You start buying Ether again, because it’s only $400 after being at $1,300. But then it drops to $100, and you’ve lost 75 percent of your money. We haven’t done horribly in that context, but we’re still down.” He then explains what he thinks it’s next for crypto-world. He invested in a company called High Fidelity, which is a virtual world. “Me and you, we’ll sit down, and we’ll have virtual beers. People think I’m crazy when I say that, but Second Life does $500 million a year of GDP, real money traded back and forth in a virtual world with old technology. That’ll be the first use case where blockchain really works.” One of Novogratz ventures in the field of digital currency is the cryptocurrency bank Galaxy Digital LP which began trading back on August 1st, 2018. The bank was off to a very slippery start, losing 20 percent per share in a single day, which added to the company’s overall estimated losses of about $134 million in Q1 of 2018. At the time, the former Goldman Sachs partner once again said that he thinks “we’ve pretty much bottomed.” However, the market has plummeted since, as Bitcoin lost roughly another 60 percent of its value. Yet, Novogratz says that the situation is “not as dramatically as one would think.” Bitcoin Price Rise was Like a Drug High Addressing the fears surrounding Bitcoin he explains the price rise as a drug, “an instance of testosterone boiling over and its fall led to pessimism and rampant fear.” He said: “That was a drug, and I don’t say that lightly…there’s the pessimism, and the fear, and the “Oh my God, it’s going to zero.” But it’s not going to zero. We’re at the methadone clinic.” Novogratz had already been saying that the Bitcoin could hold its position till the end of the year and maybe rise, but then disaster struck. He thought Bitcoin, “was going to hold at $6,200…. but then Bitcoin Cash decided to fork again.” He also mentioned that ICO legislation by the SEC increased investor panic: “The SEC came out and sanctioned a few ICOs and said- oh, by the way, your investors can sue for damages. That scared the heck out of a lot of people.” Novogratz further added that “the ICO market is pretty much dead right now,” however, the regulatory body, “doesn’t want to kill this innovation.” Many crypto proponents of Bitcoin have equated the top crypto to digital gold, Novogratz is one among them, he said: “That means Bitcoin is the only one of the coins out there that gets to be a legal pyramid scheme. Just like gold is. All the gold ever mined in the history of the world fits in an Olympic-size swimming pool. You’re out of your mind to think that pool’s worth $8 trillion. But it is because we say it is. While I believe in the underlying technology and believe in the crypto movement, when prices get stupid, I sell. A lot of my friends in crypto just couldn’t let go. They were saying that this is going to change the world. Revolutions don’t happen overnight. I’d be walking down the street, and people would come up to me wanting to take selfies. That’s when I started to think, OK, this is weird.” Always Cautious About Bitcoin as a Currency It’s more than obvious that he is still being cautious. A year ago, he was known as one of the biggest pro-bitcoin advocates but always saying that bitcoin will be difficult for governments to shut down. “I’ve got concern that if price movements go higher we’re going to get more regulation, but I think it’s hard to shut down. I don’t think that’s a probability. Banks will be slow to move into the industry,” Novogratz then said, adding that he “doesn’t see quick adoption of bitcoin as a currency.“ He also said that one of the big risks out there right now is that prices are moving so fast that regulators are going to get nervous. “I could legitimately see bitcoin go $13,000, $14,000, $20,000, $25,000 and see somebody balk.” He also warned on the fact that right now most regulators, including those in the U.S., are working with the digital currency system and are “intrigued” by it. Today, one thing where Novogratz remains firm is that he reiterates his view saying institutional entry is key for the Bitcoin price surge. Unless that happens, a sustainable price surge in Bitcoin seems a distant dream. Novogratz says that perhaps we can see a significant institutional money flow in the first half of next year, 2019. Steady Growth or Nuclear Winter for Crytocurrency? Despite a huge cryptocurrency market crash, VC billionaire Tim Draper believes, the value of Bitcoin will keep going higher in the upcoming years. Speaking to Thiel Macro’s Mike Green earlier this month, the billionaire said he believes virtual currencies will eventually overtake fiat currency, making up two-thirds of the world’s currency value. “Down the road, when we can easily spend, or invest, or do whatever we want with cryptocurrencies—they’re frictionless, they cost you less,” Draper told On the other hand, the billionaire investor and venture capitalist Jim Breyer believes that the promise offered by the technology is too great for it to be permanently buried by short-term market movements. Breyer kept saying that the technology is too big to be dismissed just because of a temporary bear market. He warned that “we’re close to a nuclear winter right now with cryptocurrency.” Mike Novogratz: Bitcoin Was a Drug and We’re at the Methadone Clinic Now
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Cubits is Bankrupt and Withholding User Funds As OneCoin Ties Exposed

Anger continues to engulf cryptocurrency trading platform Cubits after executives suddenly announced the company was bankrupt, blocking all user funds. Cubits Owner: Funds Recovery ‘Unsuccessful’ In a press release dated December 11, Dooga Ltd., the UK-based entity trading as Cubits, claimed “collusion” which resulted in a “criminal act” involving the loss of €29 million ($33 million) in February 2018 had forced it to shut down. “Since February, Dooga has made every possible effort to recover these funds,” the release reads. Unfortunately – contrary to expectations – these efforts have been unsuccessful up until now. As Bitcoinist reported December 11, officials had told users on Twitter that Cubits was undergoing “maintenance” and would “be right back.” An identical message had appeared on the company’s website, but on Tuesday this changed to a 500 error message and the website went offline. A fresh tweet then confirmed Dooga had entered administration, leaving already frustrated users bewildered at the conflicting official information. Cubits had begun delaying withdrawals by weeks, some said, while another told Bitcoinist he was looking to involve law enforcement as a result of the company withholding his money. Payments Coordinator Endorses OneCoin At the same time, curious activity among senior management revealed the company’s payments coordinator Eloise Debono to be an advocate of OneCoin, a defunct Ponzi scheme, which has attracted warnings from multiple countries’ authorities over illicit practices. “Bitcoin can be bought and sold on many different exchanges, meaning you could be paying or receiving more or less than you should be,” she wrote in a bizarre article in 2016. OneCoin uses one centralised exchange called OneExchange, where there is a fixed rate for buying and selling. I personally think this is more secure and less volatile. COO Max Krupyshev, listed on LinkedIn as Cubits’ “head of crypto business,” left in November, weeks before users began to complain about withdrawal and funds access problems. Liquidator: Cubits Operator ‘Secure’ According to the company’s administrators, users will receive official correspondence about the debacle in the coming days. “Our goal is to achieve the best outcome for creditors generally at the earliest possible date,” Steve Parker from insolvency firm Opus Business Services Group commented. “Dooga’s current position is secure, investigations are proceeding and we will be writing to creditors, formally, this week.” What do you think about the ongoing Cubits debacle? Let us know in the comments below! Images courtesy of Shutterstock The post Cubits is Bankrupt and Withholding User Funds As OneCoin Ties Exposed appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.
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Tezos [XTZ] up by 13%; boost comes after Huobi Global teases listing

Tezos [XTZ], the token which ranks on the 20th position on CoinMarketCap’s list, has been going through a rough patch, owing to the strong bear market. However, the time appears to have been changing for XTZ as it has been seen siding the bull. Source: CoinMarketCap According to CoinMarketCap, the coin was valued at $0.41 with a market cap of $252 million, at the time of press. The coin reported a 24-hour trade volume of $2 million and grew by 1.80% in an hour. The maximum trade volume of the coin was registered by Gate.io, with a market cap of $510,404 with XTZ/USDT pair. It was followed by UEX on the second and third position. UEX on the second position registered a trading volume of $398,341 with XTZ/USDT pair and on the fourth position, the market cap was noted to be $394,993 with XTZ/BTC pair. Source: CoinMarketCap This comes after the coin was valued at its lowest at $0.31 recently, with a low market cap of $192 million. The trading volume of XTZ was reported to be $3 million. The rise in the coin’s prices is speculated due to getting listed on Huobi Global. Huobi released a statement informing the crypto world about this. It read: “Tezos (XTZ) will be launched on Huobi Global on December 12, 2018 (GMT+8). Deposits will be available from 14:30, December 12, 2018 (GMT+8). XTZ/BTC and XTZ/ETH trading will be available from 18:00, December 13, 2018 (GMT+8). Withdrawals will be available from 14:30, December 16, 2018 (GMT+8).” Even though the coin is struggling to make over $2 million in trading volume, it has reported an uptrend by 13% over 24 hours. Meanwhile, there have been constant talks about Tezos being listed on Coinbase over the past couple of months and many holders are hopeful about the same. On December 7, Coinbase released a list of potential cryptocurrency list, which may be a part of the new listing. This listing included tokens like Cardano [ADA], EOS [EOS], Stellar [XLM], XRP [XRP], and also Tezos [XTZ]. An update is awaited on Coinbase’s end about the final listing. Tezos seem to be upping its game and fighting the bear head-on. The post Tezos [XTZ] up by 13%; boost comes after Huobi Global teases listing appeared first on AMBCrypto.
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