After a bright month with new heights, Bitcoin (BTC) and most cryptos are finally descending into a bearish market for now. The price of the first cryptocurrency has lost around 16% during the last 24h, while the total market capitalization for all cryptos suffered a 15% blow in the same period, according to CoinMarketCap.
To kick off 2021, Alfacash has now expanded its support of 28+ different cryptocurrencies by adding the following five popular ERC-20 DeFi tokens to be immediately available for trading:
Buying and selling cryptocurrency has never been easier using Alfacash and it’s our top priority to ensure high standards of security and confidentiality. It’s the perfect solution for anyone who needs to buy, sell and exchange cryptocurrency; and also transfer funds to a bank account at minimum cost.
Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are becoming more and more popular and valuable these days, so, hackers and scammers won’t let them slide if they have the chance. Now, they developed a new campaign, including marketing, to steal all the people’s cryptos by using some fake apps.
According to a report shared by the cybersecurity firm Intezer, some group of hackers built from the scratch a new Remote Access Trojan (RAT) to inject into the background of some trading and poker applications for Windows, Linux, and macOS.
Once the user downloads this app into their devices, the infection begins and the hackers can register every keystroke typed (keylogger), take screenshots, upload files from the disk, execute commands and, ultimately, empty the cryptocurrency wallets they find in the device. All this with few or no symptoms, till it’s too late. That’s because a functional version of the pretended app is actually installed along with the malware. …
These days, tech usage tends to mobile. From social media to entertainment and fintech — there is an app for everything, allowing you to ditch your computer and manage your life on the go. Currently, blockchain users are switching as well from trading on desktop to trading on their phones.
Buying your first Bitcoin or crypto, securely storing and trading it, is still a strange experience for new users. That’s why we’re trying to make it as easy as possible to swap coins and tokens on mobile wallets and browsers.
This small guide aims to show how to use imToken, or any other mobile crypto wallet, to quickly exchange cryptocurrencies. If you want to buy Bitcoin with credit card first, please visit our fiat to crypto exchange page here. …
Amid bad times, new solutions are required. That’s been well demonstrated the last chaotic year, where the uncertainty led too many people and institutions into the technology and cryptocurrency world, looking for alternatives. So, DeFi, Bitcoin, and cryptos enjoyed explosive growth in 2020, and they’re having very nice perspectives for 2021.
According to a recent study published by the crypto-analytics platform CoinGecko, if 2020 was a difficult year for humanity, it brought incredible opportunities for cryptocurrencies as well. For starting, the total cryptocurrency market capitalization increased by 308%+ till $732b (and now it’s over $1t).
The first five cryptos per market capitalization had nice returns. Ethereum (ETH) led the list with 472%+, followed by Bitcoin (BTC) with +303%+, and Polkadot (DOT) with 219%+. It’s worth to mention that other excellent performers last year were Monero (249%+), Cardano (378.7%+), …
Maybe they told you that Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies are very difficult to spend directly because almost no one accepting them as a payment method. Well, guess what? They’re wrong, just in case isn’t obvious for everybody at this point. Spend Bitcoin and cryptos is very possible, very easy, and very practical, no matter where you are or what you need.
How’s that? My friend, if you have a wallet with cryptocurrencies (money) everything is possible. …
After reaching a new All-Time-High (ATH) of around $41,900 last week, the Bitcoin price has just suffered a steep drop of 26.6% this Monday. More than $11.000 have vanished from its value quickly during the last 24h. Luckily, it seems on its way to recovering, and now it’s at $32,000+ per unit again.
This price drop might be due to a massive sell-off by miners. According to the analytics firm CryptoQuant, their Miner Position Index reached 2.2 last Sunday; which means the higher rate since July 2019. …
EOS.IO is one of the most popular blockchain protocols, and its native cryptocurrency, EOS, is currently the 16th by market capitalization. Daniel Larimer is the architect behind its initial development: he’s a co-founder of Block.one (the firm behind the protocol) and he was its Chief Technology Officer (CTO) until this year. EOS price is saying goodbye to him since the announcement of his resignation was made public today.
Larimer served as Block.one CTO since 2017, even before the alpha version of EOS.IO was launched to the public. He’s been leading these years the EOS development, and his departure come as a surprise for many people. Nor he or Block.one …
Who are these people? And why you should care? Well, they keep things running smoothly around here, from the cryptocurrencies to the related services. So, yeah, you should probably care about such leaders in the cryptocurrency world.
They’re not only the founders of certain cryptocurrencies, like Satoshi Nakamoto. They’re also leading companies, foundations, and organizations that work with digital assets and blockchain technology. Let’s know a bit about them and what they’re up to, shall we?
Despite the bad events in the world, the cryptocurrency industry had a good 2020. Now, they’re also having a nice start to 2021, especially Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH). The first cryptocurrency has already surpassed the $37k mark, while the second one it’s getting more and more close to its last All-Time-High (ATH), with over $1,200 per unit.
That’s great news for the hodlers, and maybe there is more to come. According to the investment bank JP Morgan, Bitcoin has the potential to reach over $146k in the long term. This way, it’d even surpass gold as an alternative currency.