Tokens and coins that moved the most in the last 24 hours:
Top movers of the day are Silverway and MonaCoin. Since morning Silverway has surged 40.03% and MonaCoin 21.52%. Egretia has increased by 9.50%. The crypto markets ended the day in green. 2100NEWS DA Indexes which measure the performance of different groups of tokens and coins ended between +0.85% and +3.02%. 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100) ended +1.30%. Bitcoin and Ether also ended the day higher: BTC +0.72%, ETH +3.66%.
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Silverway describes itself as an OTC marketplace that helps professional investors buy and sell private round tokens and access aggregated data and analytics on OTC transactions to support their investment decisions.
Top movers of the day are Egretia and MonaCoin. Since midnight Egretia has increased by 22.14% and MonaCoin by 14.75%. Silverway is 11.44% higher. The crypto markets are mixed today. Since midnight the tokens measured by 2100NEWS DA Token Index (NWSTo100) have increased by 0.25% while the coins represented by 2100NEWS DA Coin Index (NWSCo100) have decreased by 0.12%. 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100) which measures the performance of top 1100 crypto assets by market capitalization is almost the same (-0.01%). Bitcoin is 0.05% higher while Ether is 0.52% lower than at midnight.
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.
Monacoin, conceived in the December of 2013, is the first alternative cryptocurrency developed in Japan. It is based on the popular ASCII art character, Mona. Monacoin is not a payment system controlled by one single entity, but a fully distributed payment system preserved by everyone who uses it via client applications running on their computers.