|Day's Range||0.297 - 0.3|
|52 Week Range||0.2051 - 3.1500|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||5.93M|
It’s a positive start to the week, but it’s early and, with the bears in control, a failure to break through to $3,700 levels could weigh later in the day.
Hitachi Payments has partnered with the State Bank of India (SBI) to establish a nationwide digital payments platform, according to a press release published by Hitachi Oct. 29. Under the aegis of the government’s “Digital India” campaign, Hitachi will provide SBI with solutions including its Internet-of-Things (IoT) platform "Lumada," which was implemented as the base platform for a major blockchain proof-of-concept (PoC) for supply chain management undertaken with Japan’s Mizuho Financial Group last year. Hitachi Payments is a wholly-owned subsidiary in India of multinational tech conglomerate Hitachi, which provides technology-led payment solutions for financial institutions.
IOTA tanked in September after an attempt by the bulls to stem the bleeding seen toward the end of August's monthly highs failed.
A new partnership was announced in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, where the economic situation is critical and the official currency bolivar costs almost nothing. Poor economic conditions give a lot of opportunities to cryptocurrencies expansion instead of traditional fiat money.
Online investment platform eToro has inked a deal that will see it use bitcoin to pay for sponsorship at seven Premier League soccer teams.
The price of ether classic, the cryptocurrency that powers ethereum classic, is on the rise at press time amid news of major exchange listings.
Bitcoin may be inching up of late but the market for alternative cryptocurrencies remains a choppy sea of big winners and losers.
This week, Verge was the best performing cryptocurrency among top 25 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization.
With blockchain technology, we now have an internet of values where there’s an actual exchange of value from one person to another without the facilitation of a third party.
This week, news of yet another hack shook the crypto world. Who was the target? Internet of All Things a.ka. IOTA. More importantly, who was the culprit? A malicious IOTA wallet seed generator that had been quietly collecting seeds for an unknown period of time. The hack involved IOTA tokens mysteriously disappearing from a significant number of users’ wallets.
The cryptocurrency sell-off continues. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Andy Serwer and Dan Roberts discuss Bitcoin's plunge and how low the price could fall.