According to CoinDesk, Ethereum was priced at $2,388.08 (£1,712.25) on Thursday afternoon – a drop of -2.61 percent in 24 hours. Ethereum also had a market cap of $277.78 billion, or £199.17 billion. As of 1.51pm on Thursday (GMT) Ethereum had plunged from
“Ethereum, too, has stabilised. It is likely that if bitcoin can continue its bull run that the other reputable cryptos will follow.” Gavin Smith, CEO at cryptocurrency consortium, Panxora, told Express.co.uk: “We have had a tremendous 12 months of growth in the crypto
Ethereum, which began the year at $1,000, soared to $4,000 within just a few months and is now sitting at $2,418.80 with an overall market cap of $281.22billion, according to coin desk. This has now brought ETH to be the second biggest
Another crypto industry expert, Steve Erhlich, CEO and founder of US-based crypto-asset broker Voyager Digital, predicts ethereum won’t stop growing any time soon. He told Express.co.uk: “Ethereum will continue to grow exponentially and has promising upside given its utility, functionality and ecosystem. “The
Many cryptocurrencies surged in the wake of El Salvador officially declaring bitcoin legal tender. Several other politicians in Latin America have expressed an interest in introducing similar measures. Some of these world leaders have even added bitcoin laser eyes to their Twitter
The cryptocurrency is set to go through a number of major network upgrades this year as it transitions from its Proof-of-Work (PoW) to Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism. Proof-of-Work rewards miners for solving complex equations when creating blockchain consensus, but it is energy-intensive.
CRYPTOCURRENCY prices have crashed today, marking the third major fall in crypto value in a month. Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin and SafeMoon prices all fell by about 10 percent on Tuesday June 8, with bitcoin now trading at its lowest value since the
Bitcoin fell from $37,156 at 6.30am BST to $35,144 at 10.25am BST. This was a fall of 5.4 percent in just a few hours. Separately the value of Ethereum declined from $2,565 at 6.15am to $2,428 at 10.15am, a 5.3 percent drop.
The price of Bitcoin has plummeted from $38,852 at 00.20am to $36,623 at 7.45am. Ethereum has crashed by 7.5 percent from $2,755 to $2,556 over the same time period. Dogecoin has plunged even further, this time by eight percent from $0.344 to