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Caspian Lists CSP Token on Leading Digital Asset Exchange CoinAll

LONDON, Sept. 24, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Caspian, the full-stack crypto trading and portfolio management platform for institutional investors and sophisticated traders, today announces that trading of its Caspian Token (ticker symbol CSP) is now officially open on Hong Kong-based CoinAll, a leading digital asset exchange and strategic partner of global crypto exchange OKEx. CSP is an ERC-20 utility token which offers discounts and incentives on the use of the Caspian platform as well as the development of unique third-party tools and features. Caspian first listed CSP on IDG-backed KuCoin in February 2019, and the token is now also listed on the IDEX and MXC exchanges. Robert Dykes, CEO of Caspian commented: "We are very happy to announce another exchange listing for our CSP token and are excited to partner with CoinAll, ...Full story available on

Exchange Tokens Doubled in Price with Three Enter the Top30 Crypto List in China

Over the past three months, exchange tokens in China have doubled in price. What’s more, three major exchange tokens includes LEO, HT, BNB have enter the Top30 crypto list. Among them, OKB has the highest increase of 200% since June. Emerging exchanges MXC plagued by moral accusations, but its exchange token MXC has strong performance, rising nearly 150% since June, equivalent to a 2.5-fold increase. LEO, exchange token of Bitfinex has risen by about 146% since June, equivalent to a 2.46-fold increase soon after issuance. Even GT, which came online at the end of August, has risen 32% within a week. Exchange tokens stand out while crypto market violates. However, the average daily price volatility of the exchange tokens in the past 30 days is about 7%, which is higher than 5% of the mainstream crypto. MXC has the highest daily volatility of 12.68%, while daily volatility of BIX, GT and OKB is also higher than 7%. But BNB and HT is lower than 4.5%, both of which are lower than the average level of mainstream crypto. Over the past 30 days, BNB had daily trading volume of $220 million, much higher than other exchange token. In addition, OKB had daily trading volume of about $123 million, HT of about $76.36 million and ZB of about $68.72 million. MXC token is advanced in price increase, but its daily volatility is the highest and the daily average trading volume is the lowest. It remains to be seen whether high price without volume support can go forward in the long run. There is no correlation between the price of BNB, HT and OKB and the trading volume of their IEO tokens, respectively. That means the rise in price of HT is more likely to be related to commercial reputation or token models. For BNB and OK, the rise in their prices is not related to the performance (trading volume) created by IEO tokens, but to the trading volume of exchange tokens. Ten major exchange tokens, except BTMX, are circulated on exchanges other than their own exchanges and with multiple trading pairs. Among them, BNB has the best Liquidity with 33 exchanges and 231 trading pairs in circulation.
8BTC Exchanges and Projects Are Interdependent “There is No Other Way”

29th July, Singapore, Singapore – At the CoinTime Summit 2019 held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on 25th-26th July, Southeast Asia CEO Ethan Ng spoke on the new role of exchanges in 2019 and the benefits of interdependency between projects and exchanges, “And we found out through our model, we literally help our projects grow… There is no other way.” Ng noted that the ebb and flow of cryptocurrency trends has produced 4 generations of exchanges to date. First generation exchanges like Mt Gox served solely as mediums of exchange; second generation exchanges like Huobi and Binance managed to entrench their leading positions during the last bull run; third generation exchanges like Fcoin came up with unique features like trade mining, which caused rapid but uncontrollable growth, eventually leading to a bubble burst. Last but not least, the fourth generation exchanges like MXC and BiKi have emerged from a crypto winter by taking on new roles in this new era. With the crypto winter sieving the wheat from the chaff, only high-quality projects have remained. For new projects and tokens, trends like IEOs have also taken over to guarantee that tokens get listed on exchanges in order to prevent the scam projects from abusing the ICO craze of late 2017 to early 2018. A Mutually Beneficial Relationship Yet, regardless of fundraising on either ICO or IEO, projects have two needs that will never change – increased liquidity and a growing base of token holders. For that to happen, projects need to be listed on an exchange and they need to be marketed. This is where fourth-generation exchanges step in. BiKi has made it a point to serve both aforementioned needs while simultaneously relying on listed projects for its own growth. Being that it has a strong Chinese user base, BiKi acts as a gateway for projects who want to tap into the Chinese markets, which have their own ecosystems and barriers to entry. These projects that have survived the crypto winter usually have a growing international presence and also invariably a hoard of supportive token holders who are demanding for liquidity. There is thus obvious synergy between such projects and an exchange like BiKi who wants to move beyond the walls of the Chinese markets to become a global industry brand name. Projects can benefit from expedited growth through listing on an exchange that wears both hats of listing as well as of marketing. In this sense, BiKi becomes more than an exchange as it helps its listed international projects bridge into Chinese markets through the exchange’s complimentary marketing services in China’s top cryptocurrency news site,, and its strong community outreach initiatives  to over 100,000 active Wechat audience members led by 1000 community partners. In turn, these projects can help the exchange create a name for itself on the international scene through cross-marketing as well as word-of-mouth promotion from their community of token holders. Chinese projects who list on BiKi can also rely on BiKi to penetrate the larger global market through the exchange’s international branding. This mutually beneficial relationship between projects and exchanges is what allows fourth generation exchanges to flourish in the fast-paced cryptocurrency industry and catch up to exchange giants like Binance and OKEx. As exchanges in 2019 begin to realize the need for collaborative relationships with projects, this trend of mutual growth and development will likely continue into the near future, until fifth-generation exchanges emerge with another unique model of their own.  About Headquartered in Singapore, is a global cryptocurrency exchange that provides a digital assets platform for trading more than 100 cryptocurrencies and 220 trading pairs. Since beginning operations in June 2018, is considered one of the fastest-growing cryptocurrency exchanges in the world with an accumulated 1.5 million registered users, 130,000 daily active users, and daily trading volumes of USDT 20 – 100 million. The post Exchanges and Projects Are Interdependent “There is No Other Way” appeared first on Bitcoin Garden.
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Will Bitcoin (BTC) Rain on Tron (TRX) and BitTorrent’s (BTT) Parade During the Airdrop?

Fans and investors of Tron and BitTorrent are anxiously waiting for the first BTT airdrop for holders of TRX on Monday, February 11th. The airdrops are particularly unique in that they will happen on the 11th of every month for the next six years. The last airdrop will be on February 11th, 2025. By giving BTT incentives for holding TRX for the next six years, many crypto traders predict that there will be a lot of trading activity surrounding TRX and BTT around the time period of each airdrop. Firstly, more crypto traders will rush to buy Tron simply for the extra BTT during the airdrop. As a result, the trade volume associated with these two digital assets is bound to increase considerable. Secondly, the circulating supply of BTT will increase every month due to the airdrops thus creating a situation where the value of the token might be affected negatively. Exchanges Supporting the Airdrop BitTorrent Inc. has gone ahead and issued an official list of exchanges and wallets supporting the airdrop. By provided an official list, BitTorrent and Tron are trying to prevent TRX and BTT holders from being scammed by the numerous fake websites also promising attractive airdrops. The updated list of exchanges and wallets at the moment of writing this is as follows. OKEx Huobi Bithumb Upbit Trust Wallet Bitpie Cobo Bibox Cointiger MBAex CoinEx FCoin WazirX CoinEgg Ellipal BitForex Dragonex Vena Pi Bitrue ABCC Tokenomy Coinsuper Livecoin Koinex Bit-z Indodax MXC Kucoin Bittrex International Coinspot Bitbns An Unstable Bitcoin Might Rain on the Parade for TRX and BTT Seasoned crypto traders know that for altcoins to have a good day in the crypto markets, BTC has to be either stable or also exhibiting bullish characteristics. The inverse is also true. When Bitcoin starts to fall in value, the crypto markets go down with BTC. This fact has earned Bitcoin the undisputed title of The King of Crypto. Judging by the fact that the last few days have seen low trade volumes across the board, BTC has fumbled a few times by going below the $3,400 psychological support level. One theory that has emerged to explain the low trade volume is the current festivities surrounding the Chinese New Year Celebrations. The festivities have been scheduled to extend till the 19th of this month. BTC Might Fall Further One famous crypto analyst who goes by the pseudonym of @MagicPoopCannon has predicted that Bitcoin is bound to bottom out at the low $2,000 levels. His tweet making the prediction can be found below. Most Likely Bottom For Bitcoin in Low 2000's, Here's Why! (BTC) – #BLX chart — MAGIC (@MagicPoopCannon) February 6, 2019 Marketwatch has also released an informative report indicating that BTC is massively oversold as its weekly RSI is approaching levels below 30. The last time Bitcoin was this oversold, was in early 2015. The report also went on to add that Bitcoin could easily test $3,100 and even fall further to $2,270. Conclusion Summing it up, the past few days has seen a weak BTC and general low trading volume across the entire crypto markets. One theory that has been put forth to explain the relative inactivity in the crypto markets, is the ongoing Chinese New Years Celebrations. Given that the first airdrop of BTT to TRX holders is only days away, a weak BTC might overshadow the hype and excitement surrounding the event. As a result, TRX and BTT might not exhibit the desired gains many crypto traders are expecting. What are your thoughts on the recent bearish sentiment around Bitcoin? Will it ruin the excitement surrounding the first BitTorrent (BTT) airdrop for Tron (TRX) holders? What are your expectations for the 11th during the airdrop? Please let us know in the comment section below.  Disclaimer: This article is not meant to give financial advice. Any additional opinion herein is purely the author’s and does not represent the opinion of Ethereum World News or any of its other writers. Please carry out your own research before investing in any of the numerous cryptocurrencies available. Thank you. The post Will Bitcoin (BTC) Rain on Tron (TRX) and BitTorrent’s (BTT) Parade During the Airdrop? appeared first on Ethereum World News.
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Your joyful crypto winter!

Berlin’s blockchain community about the frozen crypto marketsYour crypto savings are lost anyway, you could as well enjoy the winter now. Photo by Toa Heftiba on UnsplashThe crypto winter is among us. It’s freezing cold outside, but you’re getting cozy in your home, preparing for the holidays and getting comfortable with the idea, that the Bitcoin savings you’ve got last Christmas melted away.Worry not, we got you covered with exciting interviews from Berlin, with SatoshiPay (German blockchain pioneers building on Stellar, joined Rent24 this year), Rent24 (Coworking space with its own cryptocurrency and a focus on the blockchain community) and MXC (IoT & blockchain startup who crashed it with their ICO in 2018).Grab your hot chocolate and last year’s HO-HO-HODL sweater and enjoy the interview below.☃️ The hype was essential to finance a lot of the fundamental researchInterview with Meinhard Benn, CEO of SatoshiPayPavel: SatoshiPay is one of the pioneers in Berlin’s blockchain space. How do you perceive the recent crypto winter and the current state of the blockchain adoption?Meinhard: First of all, I am not really surprised by it. The months leading up to December 2017 were built on hype and FOMO. People who did not understand a single thing about the value proposition of Blockchain suddenly invested large amounts of money. This is never a good thing.However, the price inflation was important for the Blockchain space as a whole. Many projects were able to raise significant amounts of capital in that time, which allowed them to fund their operations up to today. I believe we wouldn’t have seen the amount of capital that we saw, been poured into Blockchain if only traditional financial actors had been at work.In other words, the hype was essential to finance a lot of the fundamental research that has been going in the last year. Today, we’re very close to seeing the first large-scale applications built on Public Blockchains. I am thinking about our own company and the Stellar network of course, but I also look with a lot of excitement at what is happening in the Ethereum community.Pavel: SatoshiPay is one of the most prominent use cases of the Stellar infrastructure. Which other Stellar projects should we look out for?Meinhard:’s focus is very much on financial transactions. Stellar lets you create an account and send money anywhere in the world for virtually nothing and in a matter of seconds. Moreover, Stellar has built a Decentralized Exchange natively into the chain that allows anyone to submit orders and trade assets.StellarX is one project that I like, that is essentially a user-friendly interface allowing end-users to interact with the DEX in order to buy and sell lumens, fiat, commodities and many other assets issued on the Stellar Network, at no cost. The potential is huge.Obviously, these features are also very interesting for other financial actors like money remittance companies. Tempo, for instance, a french remittance company, is using the Stellar Network to streamline their back-office operations and save costs. Through Tempo’s website or branch network, anyone in Europe can send money to the Philippines without prior knowledge of Blockchain and at a fraction of the costs of traditional remittance companies.To summarize, for the projects I just mentioned, Stellar is the best platform out there because it’s inexpensive, fast and technologically mature. There are currently tons of projects of this kind being developed on Stellar even by big corporates like IBM. For more sophisticated use cases, let’s say a decentralized version of Facebook, Ethereum or other Blockchains may be more appropriate.Pavel: In July you dropped the news about the IPO plans on London Stock Exchange’s AIM. Why do you go for an IPO instead of an ICO?Meinhard: I don’t think every Blockchain project needs its own token. In our case, we didn’t want the publishers using our micropayment solution to face price volatility and enforce a token on them that could only be used in our ecosystem.In fact, we are even planning to switch from Lumens, Stellar’s native token, to fiat pegged tokens like the Euro-Token to take out the volatility risk for publishers and consumers. That means that the price of the “credits” readers buy to pay for publisher content will remain stable as will publisher revenues.With the ICO option being off the table, we looked at traditional fundraising options and decided to go for an IPO.☃️ Focus on what you are good at and know that ICO is not always the way you need to goInterview with Ghadi Hamze, Head of Innovation at Rent24Pavel: Ghadi, what excites you about the blockchain technology?Ghadi: First of all, it offers transparency and a wide range of user-cases it can be adapted to. As rent24 is not just a coworking provider but also have a strong focus on technology. By using blockchain we can adapt it to all the other concepts we have in our ecosystem and give our members a more unique experience when using our facilities or collaborating with other members.Pavel: This year you launched Primary, a business network with a native token. Who can use Primary, which value does your network provide and why do you need a token for this?Ghadi: We have over 50 locations worldwide and more than 40.000 members. These members will be able to connect, interact and exchange knowledge and tasks. What makes it exciting is the fact that they can use the tokens earned both within and outside our ecosystem through our own payment system we have already started to roll out.Pavel: With the crypto winter among us it’s harder than ever to succeed at ICO campaigns and community building. What is your advice for blockchain startups in 2019?Ghadi: The community element is the most important focus point if you are to gain trust from both investors and future users. Focus on what you are good at and know that ICO is not always the way you need to go in order to succeed with blockchain or as a startup in this industry. A good use case which solves a problem is much more important and you can then have more options on how you want to raise your funds.☃️ If you can’t gain blockchain implementation in 2019 your days are already numberedInterview with Aaron Wagener, Co-Founder & COO of MXCPavel: Aaron, with MXC you’re offering an LPWAN based IoT solution for smart business. Which use cases of IoT in enterprise environments are the most tangible from your experience?Aaron: IoT is still in its infancy. However, it offers wide spawning advantages for businesses, cities, and individuals. The term “IoT” has a lot of applications which of course then lead to general confusion on what IoT is and how it can benefit society as a whole.At MXC our initial focus is on “Smart City” implementation of our “MXProtocol” and Global IoT Standard. Strategically we’re working hand in hand with Smart Cities, which is an area we feel we can have the biggest impact in the shortest amount of time on the wider community.Pavel: As the crypto markets were going down this year you smashed it with your ICO. What’s your secret?Aaron: I think it’s fair to say that we witnessed a market change in relation to market speculators. However, this doesn’t undermine the technology we are working on. We’ve all witnessed similar reactions during the dot-com phase and look where we many of those powerful companies stand today.MXC has always been solution oriented, determined to solve issues facing data transmissions, improving device-to-device communication. So, I’m not sure it’s a secret per se, I’d simply say, you must stand for a purpose, communicate this purpose to your investors and allow them to understand your vision. If your investors and supporters truly understand your vision it will see you thrive during times when others struggle.Pavel: What do you think about the recent crypto winter? What are the most important trends to watch in blockchain in 2019?Aaron: Put simply I believe 2019 will be all about implementation. I welcome the current market, it sorts out the projects with longevity and those who never had a chance of implementation. The next step for Blockchain is all about developing common Global “Standards” this is something we are focusing on in 2019. Delivering our MXProtocol and ensuring implementation delivers benefits to people and business alike. If you can’t gain Blockchain implementation in 2019 your days are already numbered!Interested in Germany’s blockchain startups? Follow us on Telegram, Linkedin or sign up for our newsletter.Your joyful crypto winter! was originally published in Hacker Noon on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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Opera Brings BTC to Android; Now Looking to Add TRON

Who would have known Opera and bitcoin could go so well together? We’re not necessarily talking about classically trained singers that wear Viking horns and hit high notes, but rather the Norwegian financial platform that’s been touting the addition of bitcoin to its Android app since July of 2018. Opera and BTC: A Perfect Match? The app was launched privately and was later available to the public in December. Opera inherently became one of the first browsers to support bitcoin directly, and customers did not need any extensions or follow-up downloads to engage in crypto transactions. From there, bitcoin support came to the Opera iPhone app. Opera presently has about 350 million users, and many enthusiasts see this as a prime movement in the fight to make bitcoin mainstream. In a blog post, the company writes: With this release, Opera opens its crypto wallet to the world’s most popular blockchain, making it possible to send and receive BTC directly from the browser the way one would with an image or a music file. This means anyone can now not only send bitcoin and Ethereum to another person but can also use it while interacting with websites to pay for goods or services. Up to this stage, Opera only provided support for Ethereum, the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency and a primary competitor to bitcoin. However, the company is also introducing plans to support Tron in the coming months. The last few weeks have marked by a whole new list of platforms or companies showing support for cryptocurrencies they otherwise were ignoring. One such example comes in the form of the new HTC smartphone known as Exodus 1s, which can allegedly support a full bitcoin node. This means that the phone can hold the entire blockchain ledger. Other examples include Electrum, a new bitcoin wallet which has recently added the Lightning Network to its platform. The Lightning Network is designed to assist with scalability on the bitcoin blockchain. While bitcoin is the oldest, largest and arguably the most popular of the world’s cryptocurrencies, it often lacks the up-to-date technology of its newer altcoin counterparts. Thus, it suffers from slow transaction times and smaller blocks. How Lightning Is Making Things Simpler The Lightning Network initiates micropayments that occur off-chain to ensure that they are pushed through quickly. Electrum’s addition of Lightning is likely to enable faster speeds for customers and ensure that payments are pushed through with ease. We’ve also received word of a new startup called Moon, which allows Amazon customers to purchase goods and services from the online retailer with crypto. The application also works through Lightning-based technology and appears to recognize the Amazon page once you log in. When you’re ready to check out, it provides you with a crypto pay option that shows how many available funds you can spend. The post Opera Brings BTC to Android; Now Looking to Add TRON appeared first on Live Bitcoin News.
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Opera Continues Bullish Crypto Mainstream Drive With Bitcoin Payments

Browser minnow Opera is ramping up cryptocurrency support for Android users in version 54, which has just been released on Tuesday. Among a host of other cosmetic improvements and a new UI, this latest release improves upon the current crypto wallet with support for both Bitcoin and Tron payments. Ethereum has been the staple payment […] The post Opera Continues Bullish Crypto Mainstream Drive With Bitcoin Payments appeared first on

Carson Wentz Gossip Turns Eagles Into Daytime Soap Opera

After the beating the Dallas Cowboys gave the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday night, fans were probably wondering how things could get worse. When they woke up Monday morning, they found out. It appears that at least one fool decided to burn his Carson Wentz jersey following the loss, and – more significantly – Alshon Jeffery is […] The post Carson Wentz Gossip Turns Eagles Into Daytime Soap Opera appeared first on

The Ethereum Ecosystem: Still Relevant After All These Years

Ethereum first went live in 2015, and since then, it’s become one of the market’s top coins. And while four years may not be a lot in most markets, in crypto it’s a lifetime. For Ethereum, it has been quite a ride. With a market cap of $19 billion, Ethereum is the second largest cryptocurrency in existence, and recent reports show that it provides a benchmark for the market. Of course, there’s much more to its success: the Ethereum ecosystem is thriving in its own right. In short, Ethereum is one of the most extensible blockchains. It offers developers the opportunity to create tokens, dApps, collectibles, financial applications, and more. Plus, Ethereum itself will soon be better than ever. Here’s what the Ethereum community is up to right now—and what the Ethereum ecosystem has to offer. Dominance Over dApps and Tokens Ethereum currently leads the dApp market with its sheer number of listings. Right now, it has a total of 2000 dApps—four times more than TRON or EOS, its closest competitors. Ethereum also closely matches those blockchains in terms of dApp volume—each platform handles about $10 million of crypto through its apps in a typical day.   Daily dApp transaction volumes in dollars, via DAppReview   To be fair, EOS and TRON dominate in terms of dApp users and transactions (although many of these are simple gambling apps). Still, Ethereum has a few notable apps in those measures: MakerDAO attracted 2200 users on Monday, making it the third largest dApp by user count. Meanwhile, dYdX, a derivatives platform, handled $371,000 on Monday—making it the 9th largest app by that metric. Ethereum’s token standards are also incredibly influential. Of the top 50 cryptocurrencies by market cap, at least 20 are based on Ethereum’s ERC-20 token standard—including big names like BAT and LINK. Plus, Ethereum’s non-fungible ERC-721 standard has begat collectible items like Decentraland properties and CryptoKitties. New Opportunities For Investment As Ethereum matures, there might be new ways to invest. Recently, the CFTC declared that Ethereum is a commodity, meaning that ETH futures may become an option for institutional investors in the future. It’s conceivable that Bakkt might add ETH futures alongside its BTC futures—though it hasn’t said so explicitly. Additionally, there are some retail platforms that already trade Ethereum futures, such as BitMEX and Kraken. These options attract speculative investors who might not trade on the crypto market itself. Even though futures don’t affect Ethereum’s value directly, they bring value into the crypto ecosystem and facilitate price discovery. There are other investment opportunities as well. MakerDAO, for example, allows you to lock up your Ether as collateral and create Dai stablecoins in return. Meanwhile, peer lending platforms like ETHLend allow you to earn interest by lending out Ether. Suffice to say, there’s a lot you can do with your Ether holdings. Preparing For Ethereum 2.0 Ethereum’s next big milestone will be Ethereum 2.0, which will introduce staking, which allows coinholders to earn rewards. It will also improve scalability through features like sharding, which will allow the blockchain to handle many more transactions. Though Ethereum 2.0 is a multi-year effort, staking should be available in the next few months. At the moment, different Ethereum development groups are running separate testnets. These became interoperable in early September, and according to Ethereum’s creator, Vitalik Buterin, a public network is rapidly approaching. This will be the “last major milestone [before] the network,” Buterin stated during a recent event in Hong Kong. Buterin has also suggested that the upgrade will be seamless. In a post on, Buterin suggested that app developers will need to migrate, but coinholders won’t need to do anything at all: “You may want to move your funds into [an ETH2] wallet eventually, but you do not strictly have to and there is no time limit,” he wrote. Can Ethereum Stay Relevant? Of course, not everyone is happy with Ethereum. Some dApps, such as Ethermon, have moved to blockchains like Zilliqa due to the promise of faster transaction speeds. Meanwhile, some projects with ERC-20 tokens have migrated to other platforms like Binance Chain. Finally, some critics believe that sharding is not secure. But despite criticism, Ethereum probably won’t go away. Its brand, market standing, its dominance over dApps, and its ability to drive hype for version 2.0 seem to be a winning combination. Though it has many competitors, Ethereum has first mover advantage and the biggest developer community in crypto —giving it a head start and making it the favorite to continue to tower over the competition.     The post The Ethereum Ecosystem: Still Relevant After All These Years appeared first on Crypto Briefing.
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