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Two of the biggest cryptocurrencies surged skyward over the weekend amidst greater retail interest and improving fundamentals.
CryptoSlate recently had the opportunity to chat with Lucas Huang, the Head of Growth at Tokenlon, a popular decentralized exchange (DEX).
Analysts have begun to fear a crypto market correction despite the Christmas rally.
If you were around during this past summer’s decentralized finance (DeFi) boom, you likely remember the countless “food forks.” After Yam Finance (YAM) launched in August, every project tried to copy it by making cryptocurrencies that were based on foods.
On Monday, December 28, Coinbase’s Chief Legal Officer, Paul Grewel, announced via a Medium post that Coinbase will suspend XRP trading on January 19, 2021, pending the SEC lawsuit against Ripple Labs.
Bitcoin prices zoomed to $28,000 last week, but one key element of the market remains missing.
The Bitcoin price has seen a relatively large pullback since December 27, after it hit a peak at $28,422.
Vietnamese blockchain startup KardiaChain launches its mainnet tomorrow as it promises of delivering the first fully interoperable and non-invasive blockchain platform.
As has become the norm over recent months, Bitcoin has become all the rage as it has shot higher.
The crypto industry is finally going mainstream on Wall Street.
The Litecoin price surged 6% again in the past 24 hours, after a week-long rally.
The XRP price has declined by 24% in the past hour on Binance after Bitstamp released its statement.
As some crypto traders on Twitter put it, SushiSwap’s native SUSHI coin just experienced its own March 13.
The world’s pioneer cryptocurrency has bounced back to glory after the DeFi summer stole much of the limelight.
Yes, you read that right: an Ethereum-based stablecoin meant to trade around one United States dollar is up approximately 100 percent in the past 24 hours alone.
The punches keep on coming for Ripple, days after the SEC launched a defining lawsuit against the company and its founders for having sold “unlicensed” securities in the US.
Polkadot emerged as one of the biggest “Ethereum killers” this year, with its high throughput, low-fee network, and the demand for such features booming as the DeFi sector surged in 2020.
For most of the past 48 hours, the crypto market was blood red.
XRP holders in Asia woke up to a red morning as the US Securities and Exchange Commission officially filed a charge sheet against Ripple, one day after CEO Brad Garlinghouse leaked the news on social media.
There’s no more hopeful image than an oasis in a desert.
IOHK announced that Solidity, a programming language for writing smart contracts on Ethereum, is now compatible with the Cardano blockchain through an interoperable platform that uses Ethereum’s native code.
The biggest crypto-related news of the month is that of Coinbase filing a draft S1 document to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, signaling its intent to go public in the weeks and months ahead.
Bitcoin has been gobbled up like no tomorrow by institutions and accredited funds in the past months.