Movers of the Day
Written by Branko on July 18, 2019
Tokens and coins that moved the most in the last 24 hours:
Top movers of the day are SALT and QunQun which has soared by 39.07% since 2 pm. In the last 24 hours, crypto markets experienced rapid growth, 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100) which measures the performance of top 1100 crypto assets by market capitalization soared by 6.43%, Bitcoin by 7.93%, and Ether by 5.08%.
|2100NEWS ranking: 224, Mid-cap, Index member: NWST1100, NWSM200, NWSDM100|
QunQun is a completely new incentive community platform based on blockchain technology. On QunQun, users can easily create their own theme community without encoding and deploying, and obtain extra tokens from the reward pool through operating it or submitting contents to the communities.
Top movers of the day at 18:45 are SALT and QunQun which has soared by 38.53% since 2 pm. Looking at the chart below we can see that Bitcoin made an extremely big and fast move up in the afternoon (more than 10% in 15 minutes). Today 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100) which measures the performance of top 1100 crypto assets by market capitalization soared by 6.74%, Bitcoin by 7.61%, and Ether by 4.94%.
Top movers of the day at 14:30 are Egretia and SALT which has surged by 33.06% since midnight. Today 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100) which measures the performance of top 1100 crypto assets by market capitalization has declined by 2.38%, Bitcoin by 3.07%, and Ether by 0.67%.
|2100NEWS ranking: 114, Mid-cap Ethereum based Token, Index member: NWST1100, NWSM200, NWSTo100, NWSET100, NWSDM100|
Egretia is the world’s largest HTML5 blockchain platform. Egretia blockchain Lab is cooperating with the leading HTML5 enterprise, Egret Tech to create a complete, open, friendly HTML5 blockchain. Developers can launch HTML5 games & apps on Egretia’s blockchain ecosystem. Meanwhile, game players can trade virtual assets too.
Top movers of the day at 8:30 are Einsteinium and SALT which has soared by 49.72% since midnight. Today the crypto markets continued a rebound. In the past 24 hours 2100NEWS DA Indexes which measure the performance of different groups of tokens and coins rose between 4.07% and 8.64%. The large caps represented by 2100NEWS Digital Assets 100 Large Cap Index (NWSL100) have surged by 7.32%. Since midnight 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100) which measures the performance of top 1100 crypto assets by market capitalization has increased by 1.01%, Bitcoin started out 0.89%, Ether started out 2.42% higher.
|2100NEWS ranking: 295, Mid-cap, Index member: NWST1100, NWSM200|
Salt is the token of the SALT lending platform that allows users to collateralize their blockchain assets to get loaned cash.
|2100NEWS ranking: 52, Large-cap, Index member: NWST1100, NWSL100, NWSCo100|
Launched in 2015, Nano (formerly RaiBlocks) describes itself as an open source, sustainable, and secure next-generation digital currency focused on removing perceived inefficiencies present in existing cryptocurrencies. Designed to solve peer to peer transfer of value, Nano aims to revolutionize the world economy through an ultrafast and fee-less network that is open and accessible to everyone. Nano is reportedly able to offer fast and feeless transactions due to the Block Lattice – a data structure in which all accounts each have their own blockchain, rather than competing with others on a central chain. Consensus is generated through representative voting, where accounts can freely choose their representative at any time with an update of their account chain, thereby providing more control for users to decide who validates transactions. Each component of the protocol was created with the long term goals of decentralization and accessibility in mind. By creating a system where representatives are not paid to operate, the incentive to participate in the network is shifted to indirect, operational cost savings. The team claims that this change in incentive model is more efficient and removes one of the factors driving centralization in other systems because participants are not encouraged to interact beyond their direct needs and supporting the network, and thus economies of scale become less critical.