Bear Market Victims: 5 Altcoins That Died out this Year | CryptoGlobe Bear Market Victims: 5 Altcoins That Died out this Year | CryptoGlobe
This year wasn't as a good for the cryptocurrency space as 2017, at least when it comes to prices. While last year bitcoin, the flagship cryptocurrency jumped from $1,000 to a near $20,000 all-time high, this year it came back down to a little under $3,200 before recovering. Most altcoins followed along and crashed some so severely they went down over 90% from their all-time highs, like Ethereums ether. Some lesser known ones, however, ended up dying out as the bear market took its toll on some projects. There are various reasons for a cryptocurrency to end up disappearing. Altcoins are relatively easy to create, which means some were mere parodies, outright scams, or ended up not being good enough to survive. Some even fell prey to hackers that ruined their blockchains. Websites like DeadCoins list all the projects that have gone down, now estimated to be over 800. This post was first seen by us on December 27, 2018 5:45 PM. Share this content on social media: See www.cryptoglobe.com for more from this source. Reply to Topic

Bitcoin Will Gain More Ground As Altcoins Lose Appeal In 2019: Report Bitcoin Will Gain More Ground As Altcoins Lose Appeal In 2019: Report
Bitcoin vs. altcoins. This has been one of the fiercest battles in the industry. While Bitcoin had a headstart on the altcoins, aggressive growth in the past few years saw them threaten to upset the status quo. However, according to a report by a global management consulting giant, Bitcoin will retake control in 2019. The report stated that investors will be seeking to reduce their risks in light of new financial and regulatory frameworks and will thus consolidate their Bitcoin holdings.  Indeed, this year has seen altcoins lose much more than Bitcoin has. XRP has lost 88 percent, Ether has shed 90 percent while the embattled Bitcoin Cash lost 95 percent. Bitcoin Diamond and Bytecoin have shed an astonishing 99 percent in just one year. Bitcoin, on the other hand, has shed 79 percent since hitting $19,600 a year ago. This entry was discovered by us on December 25, 2018 2:33 AM. Share this content on social media: Browse nulltx.com for more. Reply to Topic

5 Altcoins That Could Move Into the Top 100 in 2019 5 Altcoins That Could Move Into the Top 100 in 2019
Only 8% of Americans own cryptocurrency, according to a 2018 survey conducted by Finder.com, and 5% of the holdings belonging to that 8% are Bitcoin. It makes sense that a small percentage of people (which still equates to 26 million individuals) have skin in the crypto game, and it makes even more sense that they're picking the presumably lowest-risk option. For the remaining 3% invested in altcoins, the opportunity to make even greater gains outweighs the heightened risk. The question then becomes, which of these coins will rise while the others stay put, or fall behind If increased market-cap position equates to increased risk, and increased risk equals fewer players, many will dabble in the top 10, some will branch out into the top 100, and even fewer will look into the crypto abyss that is the rest of the market. This entry was first found by us on December 24, 2018 2:23 AM. Share this content on social media: Have a look at www.investinblockchain.com for additional posts. Reply to Topic

Crypto Crash Shopping: Top 5 Altcoins to Consider After the Latest Crypto Drop - Cryptovest Crypto Crash Shopping: Top 5 Altcoins to Consider After the Latest Crypto Drop - Cryptovest
The latest crash showed that the bear market may be far from over - but some assets are becoming attractive for medium to long-term holds. During the latest rounds of crashes, coming roughly every couple of weeks, altcoins have taken a beating and lost more in comparison to Bitcoin (BTC). There is no guarantee that altcoins have seen bottom prices and there is still talk of a capitulation event, in which altcoin holders give up on their portfolios, and even liquidate masternodes. At this point, picking up altcoins for guaranteed returns may be a futile game, however, if you're still looking to fill some bags, here are the top 5 altcoins to consider during this crash. This share was retrieved by us on December 23, 2018 3:23 PM. Share this content on social media: Check out cryptovest.com to find more similar content. Reply to Topic

Five Top Altcoins To Consider for New Year 2019 - BittPress Five Top Altcoins To Consider for New Year 2019 - BittPress
Altcoins experienced many challenges in 2018. Most are now struggling to rise after the recent bear market that caused significant price drops. However, some of the altcoins show great promise in 2019. The king of all altcoins is currently among the top cryptocurrencies in the market. Despite its many challenges, this altcoin is here to stay. Ethereum saw its prices drop drastically for the better part of this year. However, experts in the community state that this altcoin will recover all the previous losses in the coming year, and could pass $1000. Tron is one of the alcoins that will receive a mixed reviews in the months to come. This coin, which recently entered the 1 million mark, will be a good investment in 2019. Tron made various strategic moves to ensure they stay in the market like purchasing BitTorrent. This acquisition will mean big things for Tron if the creator develops a much more secure and decentralized torrenting method in the future. This article was retrieved by us on November 09, 2018 8:16 AM. Share this content on social media: Browse bittpress.com for complete listings from this source. Reply to Topic

XRP, Bitcoin Cash [BCH] and Basic Attention Token [BAT] top the market over the week with double digit hike - AMBCrypto XRP, Bitcoin Cash [BCH] and Basic Attention Token [BAT] top the market over the week with double digit hike - AMBCrypto
Nouriel Roubini takes hit on Bitcoin [BTC] and others; focuses on 4,800 pump and dump schemes Bitcoin [BTC] Futures Contracts get a green signal from the regulatory authorities Bitfinex announces margin trading for Tether [USDT] with USD pair SEC has lost its first legal battle in its unlawful quest against cryptocurrencies, says John McAfee XRP/USD Technical Analysis: Red clouds hover over investor sentiment SEC has lost its first legal battle in its unlawful quest against cryptocurrencies, says John McAfee Bitcoin [BTC] proponent Mike Novogratz: I don't think we're going to decentralize the whole world This entry was found by us on November 06, 2018 3:30 PM. Share this content on social media: Check out ambcrypto.com for more similar content. Reply to Topic

Crypto Bears in Full Charge, Best Time to Buy Top 5 Altcoins Available at >90% Discount Crypto Bears in Full Charge, Best Time to Buy Top 5 Altcoins Available at >90% Discount
Bears have taken the crypto market down by about $28 billion in less than 24 hours. But, this is the opportunity for you to add cryptocurrencies with potential in your portfolio which are available at more than 90% discount from their All-Time Highs (ATH). Stack up! Currently, the crypto market is running in deep red as bears have taken the bulls by the horn and thrown them out of the market. The total market cap has lost close to $28 billion in less than 24-hours. If we take a look at the leading cryptocurrency, about  $9 billion has been wiped out of Bitcoins market cap. Currently, it is trading around $6,500 price level. This post was discovered by us on August 08, 2018 10:27 PM. Share this content on social media: Visit coingape.com to find more similar content. Reply to Topic

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Japanese messaging giant LINE's LINK token has received its first exchange debut on its in-house trading platform BITBOX. Bitcoin has tested a slight rebound, trading at sideways while total market cap stands its ground. Terms of services and Privacy policy This piece was retrieved by us on August 02, 2018 8:39 PM. Share this content on social media: Browse cointelegraph.com for more similar content. Reply to Topic

Top 10 Altcoins: All You Wanted to Know About Bitcoin s Contenders Top 10 Altcoins: All You Wanted to Know About Bitcoin s Contenders
Since Satoshi Nakamoto unveiled his cryptocurrency, we've witnessed a proliferation of digital cash companies and codebases. Buo only a select few have proven themselves as true contenders to Bitcoin. Blockchain currency is revolutionizing money. Since Satoshi Nakamoto unveiled his cryptocurrency in 2008, we've witnessed a proliferation of digital cash companies and codebases. Utilizing his public, distributed ledger, dozens of promising currencies have emerged. Only a select few have proven themselves as true contenders to Bitcoin, however. Here are the top 10 altcoins on CoinMarketCap (note that the list is changing constantly, especially in the tail part, with other altcoins like MaidSafeCoin, Golem and Augur playing musical chairs with others): This entry was first found by us on April 28, 2017 3:40 PM. Share this content on social media: Browse cointelegraph.com for more similar content. Reply to Topic

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