Crypto Market Update 21 March 2019
Bitcoin Market Update
Today so far, Bitcoins maintains Above the 4k$ margin of tradings, as trades are at $4,062 representing a gain of 1.33% in the last 24 hours. More than $140M worth of BTC were exchanged in the BTC/USD market representing an 8.9% share of the global daily volume. The BTC/KRW pair represents a 1.5% share. Join Qovar Coin Airdrop
Market Ethereum price Update
Likewise, Ethereum has increased from $130 last week to $140 which amounts to about 2.11% over the past 24 hours and over $35M worth of Ether exchanged in the past 24 hours on the ETH/USD pair which has a 2.8% market share of the daily trading volume.
Other cryptocurrency News Updates today
Crypto Exchange Caspian to Offer Crypto Options & Futures Trading
Institutional crypto trading, portfolio and risk management platform Caspian announced that it has integrated its platform with cryptocurrency futures and options trading exchange Deribit.
The announcement explains that Deribit has been added to Caspian’s ecosystem of over 30 cryptocurrency exchanges and liquidity providers. The company also claims that the move renders it the first institutional platform to offer both options and futures trading in the crypto asset class:
“Caspian has integrated its platform with Deribit, a leading crypto options and futures exchange, to become the first institutional platform to offer both options and futures trading in these asset classes.”
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Celer Network (CELR) Sells Out in 17 Mins on Binance Launchpad
The Celer Network token sale concluded within just 17 minutes on Binance Launchpad. Celer (CELR) is the third project to complete funding on the exchange’s new funding platform, behind the BitTorrent token (BTT) and Fetch.AI (FET) sales in late January and February, respectively. Binance founder and CEO Changpeng Zhao (“CZ”) claimed on Twitter that CELR drew the highest demand among the projects so far funded via Launchpad:
“This is actually the highest buy demand sale we have seen so far.”
Creditors Committee Formed for Collapsed Exchange QuadrigaCX
Canadian law firms Miller Thomson and Cox & Palmer have appointed a steering committee to help them represent potentially 115,000 former customers of collapsed cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX.
According to the legal filing, Parham Pakjou, David Ballagh, Eric Bachour, Ryan Kneer, Magdalena Gronowska, Eric Stevens and Nicolas Deziel have been appointed to the committee, with Richard Kagerer and Marian Drumea assigned as alternates. Notably, Bachour has experience with another distressed exchange where funds went missing, as a former customer of the long-defunct Mt Gox, according to the filing:
“Bachour is also a creditor of Mt. Gox in 2013, and has direct experience with arbitrage and market trading in cryptocurrency. Through the Mt. Gox process he gained exposure to the legal side of bankruptcy and insolvency.”