Major privacy-focused cryptocurrencies jumped on Monday, with monero (XMR), the biggest of the lot, extending its impressive recent run to two-year highs. The move came after a group of countries jointly called for “back doors” into encryption software. That backdoor access potentially diminishes the privacy-safeguarding utility of such software and is driving increased interest in the privacy coins.
As at 2019-04-03 average Monero price is 71.10405670 USD, 0.01354732 BTC, 0.40201652 ETH. Monero average change within 24 hour is 7.26 against USD, -1.56 against BTC, -2.6 against ETH. Weekly report: 30.07 against USD, 0.67 [… more …]
Crypto Technicals: Ripple (XRP) erases most of previous session’s gains, retrace below cloud dents further upside
Crypto Technicals: Ripple (XRP) erases most of previous session’s gains, retrace below cloud dents further upside XRP/USD chart – Trading View Exchange – Kraken Support: 0.2752 (nearly converged 21 and 55 EMA); Resistance: 0.3006 (21W [… more …]
Popular internet services company Cloudflare has released the Cloudflare Ethereum Gateway, a service that provides customers a simple way to access the Ethereum network from their web browser without having to install any software or [… more …]