News about projects, technology developments, exchange listings, charting indicators and the industry developments that could impact the price of crypto coins.
Altcoins are breaking away and achieving higher gains than Bitcoin (BTC) in expectation of another altcoin season.
Terra (LUNA) continues to build up its Bitcoin (BTC) reserve to secure the value of Terra USD (UST).
Cardano (ADA) closes in on $1 after a breakout in the past week. TVL on Cardano grows with plans of algorithmic stablecoin.
Ethereum Classic (ETC) hopes for a bigger rally in case of a more significant breakout above $40.
Bored Ape Yacht Club and Yuga Labs released ApeCoin (APE), airdropped to ape avatar owners.
Decred (DCR) rallied to above $60 on Wednesday, sparking hopes the coin may reawaken.
The Graph (GRT) rallied to $0.42, sparking hopes for extended gains after new Web3 projects adopt this blockchain.
A draft aiming to restrict proof of work coins was rejected during a recent European Parliament commission vote.
ThorChain (RUNE) may gain importance as a hub for transfers between chains, joining together several DeFi ecosystems.
Waves (WAVES) extended its rally above $30 and kept locking value in Neutrino Protocol, but raised questions of an eventual retrace.
Bitcoin (BTC) reached a short-term top above $42,000, retreating quickly to the $39,000 range.
Monero (XMR) broke above $200 as its anonymous features may raise demand again.
Binance launches the Bifinity fiat to crypto solution for retail buyers, commercial use and Web3 transfers.
Bitcoin (BTC) threatens to dip under $38,000 on continued weakness, possibly triggering a bear market.
ThorChain (RUNE) rose by more than 45% in a week on news of integrating Terra (LUNA) and the Cosmos (ATOM) blockchains.
Bitcoin (BTC) continued to rally in the new week, rising above $44,000 with an expectation of a renewed bull market.
Bitcoin (BTC) chose a direction and broke above $43,000 on Tuesday.
In 2022, several prominent ecosystems and categories of tokens lock in value and compete for investments.