Tokens and coins that moved the most in the last 24 hours:
Top movers of the day are Convergence Finance and SUKU: CONV +9.23%, SUKU +11.38% (as of 9 am).
In the evening the crypto markets continued to go down and finished the day deep in red again. Today’s crypto market movement is illustrated by an adjacent chart showing the movement of the NWSBCT Index (Blue Chips) over the past 24 hours. 2100NEWS DA Indexes ended between -4.04% and -6.29%. 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100) ended -5.11%. Bitcoin ended -4.74%, Ether ended -6.39%.
To find out based on which criteria movers have been selected, please read the notes.
Convergence is a new age protocol allowing both retail and enterprise users to swap between real-world assets and blockchain-based DeFi utility tokens seamlessly. Convergence aims to be the go-to decentralized interchangeable assets protocol.
Top mover of the day at 19:10 is Sentivate which has surged 20.41% since 2 pm. Cortex has increased by 0.54%. In the afternoon the crypto markets went down again. Since 2 pm 2100NEWS DA Indexes have fallen between 1.70% and 4.08% and most of them are more than 3% lower than 24 hours ago. 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100) has decreased by 2.88%. Bitcoin has fallen by 1.91% and Ether by 3.73%.
Sentivate is a hybrid web built to be a viable replacement for the modern web faster, safer, and more scalable than any solely centralized or decentralized web.
The day’s top movers (at 2 pm) are Adventure Gold and e-Money. Glich has surged by 23.70% since 9 am. The crypto markets have trended sideways. On the day, the 2100NEWS DA Indexes, which measure the performance of various groups of tokens and coins, reported gains between 0.02% and 2.62%. Over the last 24 hours, the 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100), which measures 1100 major (by market capitalization) crypto assets’ performance, has risen by 0.57%, Ether 0.70%, while Bitcoin has fallen by 0.79%
GLITCH is a fast, interoperable, blockchain-agnostic protocol purpose-built for DeFi. Rather than aiming to be jack-of-all use cases, GLITCH has a singular focus on decentralized financial applications and trustless money markets.
The day’s top movers (at 9 am) are OMG Network and e-Money, surging by 28.77% since midnight. The crypto markets have consolidated. On the day, the 2100NEWS DA Indexes, which measure the performance of various groups of tokens and coins, reported losses between -0.08% and -1.14%. Over the last 24 hours, the 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100), which measures 1100 major (by market capitalization) crypto assets’ performance, has plunged by 5.80%, Ether 4.57%, and Bitcoin by 5.96%
e-Money is a blockchain-based payment platform committed to bringing financial inclusion and help people around the world to have easy access to digital currencies. Built on Cosmos technology, the e-Money protocol is built to issue a range of interest-bearing currency-backed stablecoins reflecting various world currencies. Each token is backed by a reserve of assets denominated in its underlying currency. e-Money currently supports the eEUR, the eCHF, and tokens backed by Scandinavian currencies (eNOK, eDKK, and eSEK) with a host of additional currencies pegged for release in 2021. The e-Money ecosystem has a second token class; the Next Generation Money (NGM) token is staking and rewards token; users can stake NGM to secure the e-Money network. The project is dedicated to total transparency with quarterly reserve audits performed by Ernst & Young. Unlike most existing stablecoins which aim to maintain a static 1:1 peg with their underlying assets, the value of e-Money’s currency-backed tokens continually shifts in line with the interest accrued on the reserve assets. This means that holders benefit from the interest accrued on their assets while they sit securely in your wallet.
OMG Network (OMG)
The OMG Network is the quickest and most affordable way to transfer ETH and ERC20 tokens globally, without restrictions. Using the OMG Network, individuals and businesses can transact on a financial infrastructure that’s several times faster, 1/3rd the cost, and as secure as the Ethereum Network — while retaining full autonomy over their funds and keys. The Network scales by centralizing transaction processing and remains safe by decentralizing security. They are a medium-sized enterprise with over 50 employees located around the world. OMG Network offices are located in Thailand, Singapore, Japan, and Poland. Established in 2017 under the brand name OmiseGO, the rebranded OMG Network is a subsidiary of SYNQA.