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Dead cat bounce? Ethereum jumps 20%, while ETH inflows to

On Thursday, the price of Ether (ETH) surged from $2,443 to almost $3,000 — a 13.55% climb, according to Coinbase data. The strong intraday upside move appeared a day after ETH’s 27.61% price crash. It thus raised hopes that the second-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization would eventually recover in the days ahead. But the prices […]Read More

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Ethereum (ETH) breaks $4,000 as ‘shorts’ lose $77 million

Ethereum broke the $4,000 level this morning ahead of the upcoming Ethereum Improvement Proposal (EIP)-1559 in July, data from multiple sources shows. The world’s second-largest asset by market cap ($470 billion) and is arguably the most-used blockchain (it settles billions of dollars in transactions each day). ETH’s circulating supply is 115 million and it trades […]Read More

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Several factors power ETH all-time high push

After a recent slump across cryptocurrency markets, Ether has surged to new all-time highs off the back of a number of important events and metrics. Overall, 2021 promises to be a crucial year for the Ethereum blockchain as developers continue to work toward the network’s integration with Eth2, which will see the blockchain part ways […]Read More

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Ethereum makes new all-time high thanks to ETH whales

The second-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization has been on a roll lately. Following one of the steepest corrections seen since the beginning of the year, Ethereum was able to bounce off to new record highs.  Ether saw its market value rise by more than 30%, going from a low of $2,060 on Apr. 23 to […]Read More

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Ethereum ETFs are here, building case for US approval of

Unlike its neighbor to the south that continues to procrastinate, Canada seems to be fast-tracking crypto assets — as evident again last week in its regulatory green light for three new Ether (ETH)-based exchange-traded funds, North America’s first. “Having an easily accessed ETF in Canada changes the competitive landscape,” Campbell Harvey, professor of international business […]Read More