With much of the crypto market in the green today, what’s happening with Stellar (XLM), Monero (XMR), and EOS?
Stellar is currently selling for $0.218067, which puts the coin up 10.49% in the past 24 hours.
IBM has stated that Stellar Lumens are now live on the IBM blockchain. When initially announced mid last week, the move wasn’t helping XLM out very much. Now, however, Stellar appears to be ramping up.
Can Stellar hold onto its growth? With much of the market up today, it should come as little surprise that XLM is also gaining. The IBM announcement is no doubt helping Stellar’s growth, but the gains may also be part of the general upswing of the overall crypto market.
Monero is currently selling for $180.67, which puts the coin up 5.82% in the past 24 hours.
Panic is flying that because Monero will fully run on the blockchain, its privacy will be compromised. This may or may not be true, but overall it doesn’t seem to be having much of an adverse effect on XMR. Although the coin is down from last Monday’s selling price, XMR is growing currently and may continue to recover.
The Monero team also doesn’t appear to be overly concerned about the privacy issues, so this could be another case of the media blowing things out of proportion.
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EOS is currently selling for $5.81, which puts the coin up 5.04% in the past 24 hours.
With the news that ONO, one of the world’s largest blockchain based social media platforms, is going to be launching on EOS’s platform, EOS has been gaining.
Since peaking at $5.96 today, EOS’s price has trickled off somewhat, but may yet still recover.
How much further do you think EOS will be able to reach now that it has started producing?
What coins are you hoping will continue to grow? Let us know in the comments below.
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