Bitcoin In particular, and the cryptocurrency market in general recently brightened after a few gloomy days.
After fluctuating below $ 9,200, the price of bitcoin over the past few hours has grown green above $ 9,500, the rise of bitcoin led the majority of other altcoins to bounce back.
Over the past 24 hours, the highest bitcoin price recorded at $ 9,745 and the lowest at $ 9,147. While the market capitalization of bitcoin is recorded at $ 174 billion, accounting for 64.5% of the total market value.
On the market, there are 76/100 leading cryptocurrencies by market value appreciating compared to the last 24 hours. The highest increase in the market belongs to Bytecoin, up 21.19%.
Top 10 in this morning session was relatively positive, all prices increased compared to the past 24 hours.
Total market capitalization of cryptocurrencies today dropped to 271.05 billion USD. Compared to the previous 24 hours, the total market capitalization increased by US $ 13 billion.
Trading volume of the whole market in the past 24 hours increased sharply, reaching 135.73 billion USD, up 28 billion USD compared to February 5.
Hong Kong Bitspark trading floor closed despite growth of 400% in the month
Bitspark exchange in Hong Kong has just announced its withdrawal from the cryptocurrency market. CEO and co-founder of George Harrap officially announced on the floor of the website, saying that all operations will stop on March 4, 2020.
Accordingly, users can withdraw money from 3/2 to 4/3. After that, the login will be stopped for a period of 90 days, and users will be withdrawn through Bitspark's customer support.
Bitspark said that by the end of 2019, its new Cash Point remittance service grew by 400% from the previous month. The company also develops markets in Asia – Pacific, serving countries like Vietnam, Philippines and Indonesia.
According to the official statement, Bitspark's decision was made by co-founder Maxine Ryan from the COO position, causing disruption of internal restructuring, and the impact of the Corona virus pandemic and anti-government protests in Hong Kong. Kong.
Consensys cuts 14% of its staff, planning to split
Blockchain software company Consensys has just cut staff by dividing the focus on two different directions.
Consensys cuts its staff by about 14%, according to a February 4 press release.
The company also decided to separate the company. One part of operations will continue in the software segment while the other part will pursue the investment goal.
Earlier, the company also announced a 60% reduction in personnel. However, in January 2019, only 13% of personnel were cut.