A little bit higher now
A little bit higher now. And now a little higher. The crypto market grew steadily this week, gaining over $ 2.5 billion in market capitalization. Led by Litecoin (18.63%), Binance coin (27.50%) and asked (18.03%), the market grew healthy two percent Over the week. As for the top three coins:
Bitcoin won the week with one 1.43% Price increase. It's getting closer and closer to the $ 4,000 mark.
ether hardly moved, only growing 0.36%, The price stays just under $ 140.
XRP experienced a slight decline of 2.57% to $ 0.30.
Bye, visa. Hello Bitcoin: Last week, Kroger, a prominent food chain in the US, announced a ban on visa payments from April. The move is the answer to Visa's exorbitant processing fees, which appear to make it difficult for the chain to maintain low prices for its customers.
The advocates of the Bitcoin were naturally fast in the employment. Anthony "Virus Spreads" Pompliano urged Twitter to ask fans to contact him on the Kroger leadership team. And, Satoshi damn it, it actually worked. Pompliano continued this week and informed the Twitter crowds that he had spoken with the Kroger Digital team. Bitcoin Lightning Network payments could go into a grocery store near you.
Who knows someone from the leadership team?
The Morgan Creek Digital team will fly to them and connect to the Lightning network nationwide. 🔥🙏🏽
– Pomp 🌪 (@APompliano) March 2, 2019
Denver tests blockchain-based voting: The mile high community is planning to pilot a mobile voting app for their May election. They make the Blockchain-based app available to the active military and their eligible dependents, as well as to all foreign voters. Moving the out of office decision process to a mobile app improves the tedious process of printing and scanning the required documentation. Overall, this should help to increase turnout.
Advancing reconciliation efforts are being undertaken in partnership with Tusk Philanthropies, an organization dedicated to "advancing mobile reconciliation and anti-hunger programs across the country".
People say things
Dorsey, more like Hoardsey: Bitcoin fanboy and Twitter / Square CEO Jack Dorsey makes sure he's on the right side of the story when Bitcoin becomes mainstream. This week, Dorsey found on the podcast "Tales from the Crypt" podcast that he recently gobbled up $ 10,000 worth of cryptos a week, the maximum amount per cash app.
IoTeX founder Raullen Chai on the Internet of Things (IoT) and privacy: We talked to the team to make sure your smart fridge does not blackmail you for Bitcoin at some point.
The Argentine Crypto Market Defies Crypto-Winter: They could win either the hemisphere or the questionable banking sector, but the Argentine crypt winter is hot.
Social Media Giants Facebook and telegram for introducing your own digital currencies: Because you should obviously entrust your business with the financial livelihood soo ethical with personal information.
Over 150,000 bitcoins collected by Bitcoin whales in 60 days: Mampf mampf Mampf. Looks like the whales are finally starting to have lunch.
Bitcoin does not die, it's just hibernating: "Bitcoin is dead!" We have heard a million times. That is clearly not the case.
What is the Pastel Network (PSL)? | A Guide to Digital Art Blockchain: We recapitulate how this blockchain platform demonstrably makes digital art rare and completely tradable.
And behind the Quadriga door number three …: Nothing, apparently. Bloomberg reports that five of the six Cold Wallet addresses that have held the majority of user funds since QuadrigaCX, the Canadian Stock Exchange, have been empty since April last year. In summary, the CEO of Quadriga, Gerald Cotton, died abruptly this year, allegedly bringing the passwords to most of the stock exchange's cold wallets.
Now, Ernst and Young is checking the stock market to try to find hundreds of millions of dollars in user money. So far, they were not lucky. Your next line of attack is through Amazon Web Services (AWS). They are looking for the legal aid to charge Amazon with the details of the platform. Since the account is in the name of Cotton, Amazon is unable (or does not want to) to hand it over without a court order.
If Mining Crypto is cool, consider me Myles Davis: The verdict is out. According to a recent Cisco study, the college campus is officially the second coolest place to mine the cryptocurrency. The birthplace of beer pong and keg stalls came second to energy / utilities. Twenty-two percent of all cryptocurrency activities are conducted for university reasons, probably due to the school's free stream.
However, Cisco threat researcher Austin McBribe does not believe that students will also infect campus computers with cryptojacking. He states, "If you do not have to pay these costs, you are in a really good position to make money from the university."
The Contribution This Week in the Cryptocurrency: March 8, 2019 first appeared on CoinCentral.
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