Tokens and coins that moved the most in the last 24 hours:
The day’s top movers are Celsius and apM Coin. UMA has surged by 24.42% since 9 am.
As illustrated by an adjacent chart showing the NWSBCT (Blue Chips) Index movement over the past 24 hours, the crypto markets have trended sideways. At the same timespan, the 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100), which measures 1100 significant (by market capitalization) crypto assets’ performance, has risen by 1.88%, Ether even 3.18%, and Bitcoin by 1.51%.
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UMA is designed to power the financial innovations made possible by permissionless, public blockchains like Ethereum. UMA defines an open-source protocol that allows any two counterparties to design and create their own financial contracts using fiat financial derivatives concepts. But unlike traditional derivatives, UMA contracts are secured with economic incentives alone, making them self-enforcing and universally accessible.
The crypto markets surged. The day’s top movers (at 9 am) were Celsius and ABBC Coin, soaring 40.68% since midnight. On the day, the 2100NEWS DA Indexes, which measure the performance of various groups of tokens and coins, reported gains between 1.17% and 2.92%. Over the last 24 hours, the 2100NEWS Digital Assets Total Index (NWST1100), which measures 1100 significant (by market capitalization) crypto assets’ performance, has surged by 3.88%, Ether even 6.16%, and Bitcoin by 3.05%.
ABBC Coin (ABBC)
ABBC is a technology optimized for distribution, finance, shopping, and security using blockchain technology. ABBC Project is an open platform that works on distributed ledger technology, making it open and transparent to all participants. It is designed to develop digital crypto-currency markets and objects for various purposes and subsequent launch and integration into a unique ecosystem.
Ankr is a distributed computing platform that aims to leverage idle computing resources in data centers and edge devices. Ankr enables a Sharing Economy model where enterprises and consumers can monetize their spare computing capacities from their devices, on-premise servers, private cloud, and even public cloud. This enables Ankr to provide computing power much closer to users at a much lower price.