DeFi tokens and altcoins bore the brunt of today’s carnage as Bitcoin price dipped below $48,000.
Japanese police charged 30 people for their alleged involvement in illegal transactions linked to the well-known $530 million Coincheck hack in 2018. Tokyo authorities traced all individuals’ transactions to different places across the nation. Illicit Transactions Are Estimated to Have Totaled Over $96 Million Initially, Nikkei reported that the suspects were either arrested or their […]
The around 30 individuals are suspected to have traded cryptocurrency stolen during the $560 million exchange hack in 2018.
Bitcoin has broken its all-time high and has more than doubled in value at the peak, but why have some other coins failed to keep up?
Bitcoin’s rally back to $19,000 could improve market sentiment and push select altcoins higher this week.
The code for Symbol has now been “frozen” in its current iteration, marking the last step in preparing for its mainnet launch.
Select altcoins are moving higher as Bitcoin prepares for a renewed push to $16,000
Symbol, the forthcoming enterprise and security token-focussed blockchain from the team behind XEM, will host a whiskey fund and Lithuanian collectible token at launch.
The tight consolidation in Bitcoin and a few altcoins points to a potential breakout within the next few days.
A short-term bottom for Bitcoin and altcoins may be confirmed if the bulls do not allow the recent lows to be broken during the next fall.