Thursday, Aug. 22- Bitcoin, Ether, and XRP are all in the green.
Top cryptocurrencies are generally green across the board.
Bitcoin is trading over $10,120 at press time, representing a 0.08% price increase on the day.
According to Hauge, the Bitcoin Days Destroyed metric - which is a measure of the time between movements for some amount of Bitcoin - shows that BTC is not yet at the top of a market bubble.
At press time, ETH is trading at $190.99 and has moved up in price by 3.52%. However, cryptocurrency investor and Placeholder partner Chris Burniske said just yesterday that ETH is in a bear market right now.
He appears to believe that ETH will continue upward eventually, and noted parallels to BTC's price patterns.
XRP, the second-largest altcoin by market cap, is trading at $0.27 and has increased by 2.25% on the day as of press time.
Beaxy moved to halt trading after XRP/BTC price plummeted to 40% of its trading value on different crypto exchanges.
One of the top-performing cryptocurrencies today is EOS. EOS is trading at $3.63 and is up 4.05% on the day at press time.
EOS is the 7th largest cryptocurrency by market cap and is a coin used on a platform of the same name for creating decentralized apps, also known as DApps.
Bitcoin Price Stays Above $10,000 as Overall Crypto Market Sees Green
gepubliceerd op Aug 22, 2019
by Cointele | gepubliceerd op Coinage
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