The movement of bitcoin price in the past 24 hours has not recorded any significant increase or decrease, the movement is mainly in the range from USD 9,200 to USD 9,400.
Bitcoin exchange rate Today (1/2) recorded at 12:25 at US $ 9,420, down slightly by 0.25% compared to the previous 24 hours.
Within 24 hours, the highest bitcoin price was recorded at 9,459 USD and the lowest was 9,198 USD, according to the CoinDesk exchange rate.
On the market, 52 of the top 100 coins by market value had a decrease compared to the previous 24 hours with the highest drop of 19.56% of Kicktoken.
In the top 10, there are 8/10 digital currencies down compared to the past 24 hours. Compared to the positive movements of yesterday, this morning session was somewhat worse, especially in major altcoins.
The total market capitalization of cryptocurrencies at 12:20 at 260.32 billion dollars, almost unchanged compared to the past 24 hours. Compared to 1 week ago, the market increased by 31 billion USD.
The market's 24-hour trading volume increased to US $ 116.51 billion, an increase of US $ 4 billion compared to January 31.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC), the second largest financial institution in Japan, has just partnered with SBI Holdings to build a blockchain-based financial services platform.
SMBC joins a partnership with SBI to expand its decentralized ledger service into corporate trade financing and personal money transfer.
In addition, SMBC will also invest in R3's Corda platform in Japan.
Mercedes will use the blockchain to track carbon emissions in the Cobalt supply chain
Automobile manufacturer Mercedes Benz and blockchain startup Circulor are jointly launching an experiment to track carbon emissions in the Cobalt supply chain.
In a January 30 press release, the Mercedes and Circulor project originated from the Startup Autobahn initiative, aimed at identifying next-generation cars. The company will use the blockchain to track environmental-related emissions and recyclables and the complex supply chain of battery manufacturer from Cobalt ore.
Mercedes intends to use the data collected in this test to develop its new range of non-carbon passenger cars.