Ethereum has had a fairly dramatic and complex journey in the crypto sphere. It is expected when the hopes of many are in the altcoin. With a market cap of $14,010,648,219USD and circulating supply of 105,221,701 ETH appears to show prospects of significant future growth as it still has space to reach and possibly surpass all-time-highs of $1,448.18. Read More
Market capitalization of cryptocurrency represents the dollar value of the currencies circulating coin supply. It is calculated by multiplying the price per coin by the total coins in circulation. While market capitalization can be an indicator of the value of a cryptocurrency, it does not always represent its real value. A lot of times, digital assets can be overvalued or undervalued.
Bitcoin’s market cap slumped from $229 billion on January 1, 2018, to $66.7 billion on December 29, 2018. Who, what, where, and why? Many questions arise on a weekly basis on the drastic change. Yet, few consider that there could be alternative ways of investing that reduce the stress of short-term losses. Read More
Chainlink managed to outperform the markets despite the crypto winter. The blockchain project aims to bridge the gap between payment service providers ( e.g., PayPal, Visa, and Wells Fargo) and blockchains like Ethereum and Bitcoin. Read More
It is interesting that legendary investor and stock market expert Marc Faber has bought his first bitcoin. Marc, known for predicting the 1987 stock market crash believes Bitcoin at $3,000 looked better than rates of $20,000. A few generations down the street, the Winklevoss Twins believe Bitcoin will continue eating up bits of gold’s market capitalization. What does it mean for great investment minds to “dabble” with crypto in such ways? It could certainly mean a lot.