Over the past few hours, the bulls have failed to hold the $ 6,000 level and let the bears push the bitcoin below $ 5,800.
In the past 24 hours, the price of bitcoin has many adjustments, the lowest price recorded at $ 5,694 and the highest is $ 6,431.
Today's bitcoin exchange rate (23/3) recorded at 9:15 am at $ 5,869, down 6.08% compared to the previous 24 hours.
The market capitalization of bitcoin dropped to $ 107 billion, the market dominance rate (market share) of bitcoin increased to 65% – according to BTA's bitcoin exchange rate (https://blogtienao.com/ty-gia/BTC/bitcoin/).
Along with bitcoin, altcoins have also held hands down in the past 24 hours.
The market is covered in red, with 93/100 cryptocurrencies falling compared to the past 24 hours. With the strongest decrease of 17.75% of HBAR.
In the top 10 with the exception of Tether, the rest have decreased compared to the past 24 hours.
The total market capitalization of the digital currency recorded at 9:15 am stood at USD 165.88 billion, down USD 9 billion from the previous 24 hours.
24-hour trading volume fell to US $ 133.07 billion, down US $ 3 billion from March 22.
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The SEC issued an early judgment on Kik's $ 100 million ICO case
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has just requested an early ruling in the case against Kik about the initial public offering of KIN digital currency (ICO) worth $ 100 million. This message company in 2017.
The SEC first brought Kik Company to court in June 2019. The SEC committee believes that this ICO is obviously a security issue. While Kik asserted that KIN was a currency and not a security, the SEC claimed to have “undisputed evidence” for the opposite.
The SEC affirmed: “Kik's issuance and sale in 2017 is a public offering of investment contracts without a registration with the SEC, and therefore is not exempt from registration by law.”
Kik sold over 500 billion digital tokens to investors outside of Canada and raised $ 100 million in ICOs in September 2017.
Credit card for digital money
Canadian digital payment service provider NetCents, has just completed the integration of their consumer credit card technology into the system. NetCents said on March 20 it began testing in a real environment to get the card ready.
NetCents said users will not need to pre-recharge the card as similar products on the market.
This NetCents card will link directly to a user's wallet, allowing real-time digital currency spending.
The company has adjusted the direct clearing technology to allow sellers to convert money into legal money over time. They also integrate the NetCents platform into the product package
NetCents credit cards will be issued under the Visa network. This card uses chips, batteries, magnetic stripe and communication protocol near NFC and will be integrated and NetCents mobile application.
Initially, the card will support coins like Litecoin, Bitcoin, Bitcoin cash and ethereum.