PayPal’s custodian of crypto funds, itBit, traded over $2.1 billion worth of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and PAX in May, according to data provided by analytics tool Nomics.
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Most of the top 100 tokens are red today.
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Bitcoin and Ethereum markets saw another big sell-off on June 8, data from multiple sources show.
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Bitcoin dropped 9% on Tuesday morning even as Central American leaders switched to ‘laser eyes’ this week, data from multiple sources shows.
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According to Etherscan, Ethereum’s average gas price has dropped to under $1.
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Dfyn Network, the multichain, low-fee automated market maker (AMMs) exchange, has become an IDO success story just weeks after launch, boasting over $200 million in total value locked, thousands of users, and partnerships or grants from top crypto projects.
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Crypto YouTuber Lark Davis points out that Bitcoin is headed for a death cross “unless something changes soon.” At the current trajectory, the bearish technical pattern will occur in mid-June.
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Since the beginning of the year, the meme crypto asset has surged from $0.0055 to over $0.40 in 2021, or a 72x return year-to-date.
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Crypto traders were excited to see Ethereum (ETH) move ahead of Bitcoin (BTC) in percentage terms today, data from multiple sources showed. Bitcoin prices ran into a ‘resistance’ level at $38,000, while Ethereum surged by 10% as of press time.
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