Tokens and coins that moved the most in the last 24 hours:
Top movers of the day are Molecular Future and IOStoken. Since 6 pm Molecular Future has increased by 14.56% and IOStoken by 5.36%. In the evening the crypto markets stopped falling but nevertheless they ended the day in red. 2100NEWS DA Indexes ended between -1.16% and -2.97%. 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100) ended -2.45%. Bitcoin and Ether also ended the day lower: BTC -2.45%, ETH -4.05%.
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Molecular Future (MOF)
Molecular Future is an innovative financial investment service company registered in the a one-stop digital asset investment service platform jointly invested by Molecular Group, Eaglesfund, HBCC, the XBTING Foundation, the HCASH Foundation and Collistar Capital. The project aims to provide users with the Blockchain -related investment products, institutional-level market trading software, media information, project archives and community service systems, and community service systems to correctly guide the users through the Blockchain industry.
Top mover of the day at 18:10 is SmartMesh which has surged 30.06% since 1 pm. Molecular Future has increased by 3.48% and Litex by 7.86%. In the afternoon most tokens and coins continued to go down. An average token/coin represented by 2100NEWS Digital Assets Overall Index (NWSOI) is 0.58% lower than at 1 pm. Ether is 1.47% lower and Bitcoin only 0.50%.
SmartMesh is an IoT underlying protocol based on blockchain that makes it possible to connect smartphones, onboard devices, and other devices to each other when there is no internet.
Top movers of the day at 13:10 are Ocean Protocol and IOStoken. Since morning Ocean Protocol has increased by 24.16% and IOStoken by 25.06%. Molecular Future is 20.43% higher. Generally, the crypto markets were still going down. The micro caps fell the most (NWSMi500-1.72% as of 8 am). 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100) fell by 1.25% (-3.05% as of midnight). Bitcoin and Ether are also lower: BTC -1.27%, ETH -1.45% (as of 8 am).
The open-source IOST project is meant to meet the security and scalability needs of a decentralized economy by providing blockchain infrastructure that might serve as the architecture for the future of online services. Utilizing factors that include IOST token balances, reputation-based token balance, contributions to the network and user behaviors, their so-called “Proof of Believability” consensus algorithm was developed to ensure the security and efficiency of transactions on the network. The team at IOST recognizes that without sufficient scalability, multinational corporations may not be able to deploy blockchains to service their customers at the level expected today. As such, the teams at IOST propose the Internet of Services Token as a means to reach these ends.
Top movers of the day are CyberMiles and The Force Protocol. Since midnight CyberMiles has increased by 16.17% and The Force Protocol by 10.02%. Ocean Protocol is 3.37% higher. The crypto markets moved much lower this morning. Since midnight 2100NEWS DA Indexes which measure the performance of different groups of tokens and coins have fallen between 0.97% and 2.04%. 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100) which measures the performance of the top 1100 crypto assets by market capitalization is 1.83% lower. Bitcoin and Ether also started out lower: BTC -1.96%, ETH -2.47%.
|2100NEWS ranking: 181, Mid-cap Ethereum based Token, Index member: NWST1100, NWSM200, NWSTo100, NWSET100, NWSDM100
|2100NEWS DA Orderbook Quality Evaluation Grade: Excellent, Score: 15.3, (Average for Tokens: 10.4)
|The Announcement of an upgrade – a new phase of software development
CyberMiles is the blockchain technology developed by 5xlab, a blockchain development laboratory. 5xlab is working closely with 5miles, a leading c2c (consumer-to-consumer) marketplace operator with more than 12 million users in the US. 5miles is expected to be the first platform to utilize CyberMiles’ blockchain protocol, and will also assist 5xlab to develop the technology. Over the last three years of leading innovation in online & local marketplaces, 5miles has accumulated the necessary technical and commercial know-how to tailor blockchain technology & smart-contracts for real-world applications. 5xlab seeks to use this expertise to develop CyberMiles, with a focus on trust and compliance, thus enabling it to be a mainstream blockchain technology for real-world businesses.
Ocean Protocol (OCEAN)
Ocean Protocol describes itself as a decentralized data exchange protocol that lets people share and monetize data while providing control, auditability, transparency, and compliance to all actors involved.
The Force Protocol (FOR)
The Force Protocol is a financial blockchain technology platform that provides a one-stop solution for distributed financial services application developers. The Force Protocol will be based on the current mainstream public blockchain system, through the abstraction and encapsulation of open financial business common module, providing external services in the form of SDK and API.