Nine coins from the top 10 coins by 24-hour volume posted a negative change, ranging from 1.4% to 9.3%. Yesterday, IBM announced it has secured an AU$1 billion five-year “Whole of Government” agreement to be a major technology partner (specially blockchain technology) of the Australian Government. Bloomberg reported that Flow Traders has become the first trading firm in the world to publicly acknowledge that it is actively trading crypto ETNs on regulated exchanges.
Nine coins from the top 10 coins by 24-hour volume posted a negative change, ranging from 1.4% to 9.3%. Ethereum Classic ($17.62) was the only top 10 coin that showed a gain (+2.56%) in the last 24 hours. Litecoin (-2.86% at $82.41), Ripple (-4.67% at $0.46), NEO (-9.23% at $38.27), QTUM (-3.99% at $8.67) and Tronix (-6.37% at $0.03) all recorded negative changes in the last 24 hours.
At the time of writing, the Bitcoin price is sitting at $6,525 representing a loss of 1.43% in the last 24 hours. More than 390 Mln worth of BTC were exchanged in the BTC/USD market representing a 10.5% share of the global daily volume. The BTC/JPY pair represents a 57% share.
The Ethereum price posted a loss of 2.04% over the past 24 hours and is currently sitting at $462, with over $170 Mln worth of Ether exchanged in the past 24 hours on the ETH/USD pair, which has a 14.3% market share of the daily trading volume. The ETH/USDT pair represents a 56% share.
The EOS price is sitting at $8.51 representing a loss of 5.86% in the last 24 hours. More than $60 Mln worth of EOS were exchanged in the EOS/USD market representing a 7.5% share of global daily volume. The EOS/USDT pair represents a 61.5% share.
The Bitcoin Cash price is sitting at $728 representing a negative change of 3.97% in the last 24 hours. More than $50 Mln worth of BCH were exchanged in the BCH/USD market representing a 13% share of the global daily volume. The biggest Bitcoin Cash pair is the BCH/USDT pair, that represents a 45.8% share.