The Week: Nasdaq BTC Futures, Hashrate Falls, Bitcoin ETF Discussions | CryptoGlobe
Last week saw numerous important and positive institutional and regulatory announcements. Ohio announced it will allow companies to pay taxes with bitcoin, VanEck and Nasdaq partner to launch bitcoin futures and two bitcoin addresses were sanctioned by OFAC. Bitcoin's dominance fell from 53.9% where it was a week ago, to 53.5%. The total crypto market rose by 2.1% and overall volume has plunged by 30%. Bitcoin is slightly up by 2.1% Ethereum is up by 0.5%, XRP is down by 2.2%, and EOS is down by 14%. Best performers among top-40 crypto were Maker (20.7%) Waves (44.7%) and Digibyte (15.8%). Digital assets attempted to make a recovery after a week of heavy losses, where most of the cryptocurrencies found preliminary bottoms. The total market cap has bounced from its intra-week low at $118 to $143 billion, which represents a spike of more than 21%. However, as of this morning, all of the top-30 assets are back in the red, with bitcoin down almost 4% below $4,000, Ripple -2.4%, Ether -3.8% and the total market cap is at $130 billion. This article was obtained by us on December 27, 2018 5:52 PM. Share this content on social media: You may want to visit www.cryptoglobe.com for more from this source. Reply to Topic
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