It seems that all is not well for Charlie Lee. He had been vocal about Dash being a “scam” in the past, even though he had sold all his LTC tokens when Litecoin had reached an ATH.
This shows that Charlie only cares about lining his pocket with funds.
Fact: @SatoshiLite worked at Coinbase as technical director. He “bad mouthed” $Dash a direct competitor to his LiteCoin which he sold (some say “exit scammed”) at its ATH, estimates of $200M profit.
Important to anyone performing Dash due diligence wondering why no CB listing
— Terry Langston (@ImmoralButLegal) July 23, 2019
Till date, Dash is yet to be listed on Coinbase, even though it has performed well in 2019. For now, Dash is ranked at #15, and the price rests at $108.47. DASH had plummeted by 2.52% in the course of the past 24-hours. The circulating supply has 8,937,979 DASH tokens in play according to the latest available data.
The total market cap of Dash is $969.511 million, which might go beyond $1 billion by the end of July. As of this moment, the market looks bearish and Dash is in the red zone.
#Dash was ann on btctalk & everyone was free to mine from the beginning.
There was however a bug that was caused from bad ltc code.https://t.co/dYr1lcUfkE
Not the first time you have put out misinformation
“10 people mined a million coins in the first half hour”
— Dash News (@DashpayNews) July 23, 2019
Dash has made lives for thousands in Venezuela and Nigeria a whole lot simpler. Their instantaneous transactions and the Masternodes have contributed to the growth of the ecosystem.
While Litecoin is still a top-ranked coin, adoption for LTC has sped up in 2019. The Flexa integration and the Miami Dolphins partnership had both helped LTC climb up. LTC is priced at $89.05, after it sunk by 2.91%. The total market cap of Litecoin is $5.592 billion.
The trading volume recorded is $2.756 billion. The supply has 62,798,343 LTC tokens involved.