Recap | The SEC wants to run Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP nodes | As Litecoin’s halving approaches, will LTC’s price surge, correct, or consolidate?
BTC 📈 $10,022 (+4.37%) / ETH 📈 $216 (+2.84%) / XRP 📈 $0.31 (+0.16%)
|CryptoSlate||Jul 31, 2019|| 7|
Five days from today, Litecoin will go through a process called halving. This is a fixed event that occurs every four years after 840,000 blocks are mined, reducing block rewards by 50 percent.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking for contractors that would run Bitcoin, Ethereum, and XRP nodes on its behalf.
Since its humble origins among academic circles and DARPA researchers, the Internet evolved from a limited, fragmented set of networks to the ubiquitous global behemoth that it has become today.
The Bitcoin network is approaching its billionth dollar charged in cumulative transaction fees—a threshold due to be broken nearly 10 years after the creation of the original cryptocurrency.
As Justin Sun’s reputation continues to suffer from media fallout, the price of TRON and BitTorrent plummeted over the past week.
A massive crypto whale has moved 142,323 BTC on July 29, causing a stir in the crypto community on Twitter.]
Over the last week, Bitcoin’s trading volume has been fading away. On July 15, it surpassed $25 billion, but over the past few weeks, it dropped to around $14 billion today.
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