According to the latest report from Flipside Crypto, Chainlink is spending one million LINKs a month rewarding node operators, outspending Ethereum
A new metric from German site The Blockchain Center suggests that the long awaited ‘flippening’ — where Ethereum overtakes Bitcoin — is more than halfway
Researchers responsible for the recently published Crypto Research Report have projected a long-term target of $397,727 for Bitcoin (BTC) by 2030. For 2020
At the same time, positive news from strong inflows by Grayscale Investments, advancements on the Ethereum 2.0 testnet, and a growing DeFi ecosystem boosted
Earlier this week PlusToken, one of the largest scams in the cryptocurrency world, tried to move 789,500 Ether (ETH), but the movement of these stolen
Ethereum(ETH) options were launched over a year ago at Deribit derivatives exchange but they have only recently gained traction.
The widening spread appears to have been driven by increasing institutional demand for Ether ahead of the ETH 2.0 rollout, with Grayscale purchasing
As the Ethereum 2.0 upgrade approaches, users have been showing an increasing interest in the staking process, which would allow them to make
the second quarter of 2020, the firm notes that development fell by half for top markets Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Eos (EOS), and Tron Tron (TRX).
Daily Ethereum network fees surpassed those of the Bitcoin (BTC) network for two consecutive days on June 6 and June 7, data obtained by on-chain market
Bitcoin (BTC) is at a critical juncture. On June 1, the bulls propelled the price above the resistance line of the symmetrical triangle. However
Bitcoin (BTC) broke above the 20-day exponential moving average ($9,151) on May 27 and followed it up with another strong up move on May 28.