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Ethereum Markets Pick Up Steam While Bitcoin Proponents Focus Split Outcomes

Posté par Coinmama sur August 22, 2017

Another exciting week has passed as Bitcoin, and Ethereum fans watch both markets show a lot of price action. At the time of writing one bitcoin is roughly $4030 per BTC dropping a touch lower than last weeks all-time high. Ethereum markets have started to pick up steam as it was steadily moving along at $300 per ETH but now is $340 at press time. Most cryptocurrency enthusiasts have been focused on the correlated action between Bitcoin (BTC) markets and the alternate chain Bitcoin Cash (BCH).

Is Bitcoin On the Brink of Mass Adoption? It’s Starting to Look That Way

Posté par Coinmama sur August 15, 2017

Bitcoin has had an explosive week as the decentralized currency has garnered over $1000 in value in just seven days. At the time of writing one BTC is worth $4250 compared to last week’s August 5th climb past the $3000 range. Ethereum markets have also gained a boost from bitcoin’s upward push as one ether is worth $300 per ETH at press time. Currently, the entire cryptocurrency market capitalization has captured a whopping $138B and continues to grow exponentially.

Bitcoin Enters a New Era and Hits an All Time High of $3400

Posté par Coinmama sur August 08, 2017

The bitcoin space has changed quite a bit since our last weekly report. On August 1 the bitcoin network bifurcated into two branches forming a new digital currency called ‘Bitcoin Cash.’ A lot of people had assumed this would affect bitcoin’s price negatively but actually had the opposite effect. Bitcoin’s price smashed past the US$3K territory and had reached an all time high of $3430 on August 7. Ethereum has also done quite well as the digital currency is currently valued at $270 per ETH at the time of writing.

Bitcoin’s Price Grows Stronger As Consensus Changes Approach

Posté par Coinmama sur July 31, 2017

Another exciting week in the world of bitcoin has passed as the infamous August 1 approaches. On August 1 or shortly thereafter a new digital currency may fork away from the Bitcoin main chain forming its own network. During the course of the week, there's been a lot of discussion about the subject throughout many cryptocurrency forums. At press time bitcoin’s price is doing very well hovering at around US$2790 per BTC at the time of writing. Ethereum is coasting along at around $200 per ETH climbing upwards a step higher than last week.

Cryptocurrency Attention Continues as Countries Prepare to Legalize Bitcoin and Protocol Upgrades Approach

Posté par Coinmama sur July 25, 2017

Since our last weekly report, the price of bitcoin (BTC) and ethereum (ETH) had dropped significantly. Following last week’s dip, the two popular cryptocurrencies values started rising once again as the possibility of Segregated Witness (Segwit) being implemented to the Bitcoin network, just might happen. At the time of writing one BTC is roughly $2735 and ETH is hovering around $224 per token.

Bitcoin and Ethereum Markets See a Slight Price Decline But Still the Best Performing Currencies in 2017

Posté par Coinmama sur July 11, 2017

This week both bitcoin and ethereum’s price has dipped considerably since our last weekly roundup. At the moment the price per BTC is roughly $2325 at the time of writing meanwhile ETH is hovering around $205. Many bitcoin proponents believe the decline in price is attributed to the current deflating alt coin markets that have been losing significant value. Just two weeks ago the entire cryptocurrency market cap was well above $100 billion USD, but now the entire cap has dropped to $84 billion over all of 952 cryptocurrencies in existence.