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We are pleased to announce the new partnership of Neironix with BIKI, one of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges with headquarters in Singapore.
As the top two cryptocurrencies on the market Bitcoin and Ethereum are attracting a lot of interest and buyers. Logic would suggest that as the top currencies they are the ones to invest in and that either one is a sound investment. However, with a closer look, you will find these are very different currencies.
The cryptocurrency market is incredibly volatile, with major fluctuations occurring across the industry thanks to the speculative nature of cryptocurrencies. However, it still responds to various technical analysis indicators, one of which has shown incredible accuracy throughout the market. Now, it seems like crypto is heading for a bull run, at least says one leading indicator - let’s take a look.
Blockchain is the state of the art technology with tons of possible applications, but it still cannot reach that much-needed level of global penetration. Reports show that the blockchain market size is growing steadily, but the starting position is not great since the entire industry is currently worth well below $2 billion.
The introduction of blockchain proved to be the perfect solution to some of the most pressing problems of the lottery industry. Since then, many projects implemented the innovative technology with the hopes of creating a flawless solution that would reach worldwide acceptance and transform the sector as we know it. Today, we take a look at some of the recent and most successful projects in the industry.
Over the last year, more and more blockchains have started embracing the Proof-of-Stake consensus algorithm. That means that staking among crypto holders is on the rise. This year alone, Tezos has experienced a 27% hike in staked XTZ and other blockchains are reportedly affected too.
2019 was a surprisingly good year for the crypto industry. China issued $2.8-billion worth of blockchain-based bonds, stablecoins continued to pour onto the markets, and the Bitcoin’s valuation almost doubled between January and December 2019.
It might have taken a decade, but there is no denying that cryptocurrencies have hit the mainstream. As they continue to grow in popularity, users are looking for more ways to spend their carefully accumulated currency. Cryptocurrencies might be fairly commonplace these days, but due to their fluctuating values many businesses still don't accept them as a valid form of payment.
A trader’s main job is to analyse the market and place orders on it — either independently or on behalf of particular financial institutions they are in partnership with. They can engage several traded markets — such as bonds, Forex, equities, metals, meat, coffee and so on.