After ten months of stagnancy, the newly re-opened Japenese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck has resumed its NEM (XEM) trading. According to a South Korean news source FNNews, Coincheck has restricted its platform by external ‘security experts.’
The cryptocurrency market is moving very slowly today. Some of the top coins are in the red: Bitcoin at -0.20% and Ethereum at -0.36%. Small losses, but pretty appropriate for a day when the market is … Read
New NEM Protocol: Tech Bureau, a developmental group for blockchain technology software and services, has announced the release of its mijin v.2 blockchain engine, which is also known as Catapult.
Catapult Features the New NEM Protocol … Read
The cryptocurrency market jumped yesterday, as Bitcoin (BTC) rose $1,000 in under 60 minutes. Today, we’re taking a look at Litecoin (LTC), IOTA, and NEM (XEM), who has also been making a splash on the market … Read
After a bearish week last week, most digital tokens are back in the green. The entire cryptocurrency market as a whole is making its way back to $300 billion. Bitcoin (BTC) broke over the $7,000 mark, … Read
Crypto is falling again, and now coins are fighting to stay in their ranked positions. Litecoin (LTC), EOS, and NEM (XEM) struggle through the losses.
Litecoin is currently selling for $147.31, which puts the … Read