Daily Berminal Brief (8/21/18): Apple Co-Founder Is Involved With A Crypto Investment Startup And…
Daily Berminal Brief (8/21/18): Apple Co-Founder Is Involved With A Crypto Investment Startup And Australians Can Now Pay Their Bills Using Crypto
The state of the market: It was a slow day for the Crypto market today. Half of the top 10 cryptocurrencies changed by less than 1%. Bitcoin (BTC) went from $6,481 to $6,300 today, but has already recovered and is currently trading at $6,456, bringing the 24-hour change to just -0.09%. Ethereum, on the other hand, continued falling below $300 and is currently priced at $282.28, losing 3.12% in the last 24 hours.
1) In a recent interview with NullTX, Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak revealed that he’s collaborating with Equi, a crypto investment company that is based out of Malta. He said they have investors with huge track records of good investments, and nothing beyond that. Wozniak, who initially claimed that he had sold all of his Bitcoins back in December 2017 at its all-time high, said that he now owns one Bitcoin (read more).
2) Australian Cryptocurrency exchange Cointree has announced a partnership with Gobbill, which would enable Australians to pay their bills in Cryptocurrencies. Under the partnership, Cointree will take care of the cryptocurrency conversion, while Gobbill will pay the bills on the user’s behalf. Through this deal, Australians will be able to use over 40 different cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, and NEO (read more).
3) Popular Crypto exchange Huobi has announced a new product to streamline their token listing application process. Huobi saw a trading volume of $411 Million in the last 24 hours. Called the Huobi Automated Listing Platform, the exchanging is hoping to bring more transparency in the listing process. Contrary to the name, the new system will not automatically list any token or coin (read more).
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