Cryptocurrency Prices Today, November 15: Cryptocurrencies Collapsed in Price

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Litecoin, Cardano, Stellar, IOTA, Dash, Monero: Cryptocurrency prices

According to the Coin360 online platform, Bitcoin (BTC) lost 10.76% over the past 24 hours. The price at the time of writing is $5643 per coin.

Almost all cryptocurrencies absolutely crashed in price:

Bitcoin Cash lost 13.28% over the past 24 hours and costs $447 per coin;

Ripple dropped by 8.94% and is $0.46 in price;

EOS fell by  11.7%, and its price is $4.66;

Litecoin lost 13.45%, and its cost is $42;

Cardano decreased by 14.13%, and its value is $0.061;

Stellar lost 8.24% and is worth $0.23;

IOTA became cheaper by 16.64%, and its cost is $0.48;

Dash dropped by 12.34%, and its price is $142;

Monero decreased by 13.95% and costs $90.

Over the past day, Ethereum lost 12.76%. The cost of the coin is $179.

The total market capitalization dropped significantly to $185 billion. Bitcoin accounts for 53% of the total. In monetary terms, the amount dropped to $98 billion.

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The Price of Ethereum Has Outrun the Price of Bitcoin Cash

The exchange rate of Ethereum has for the first time in the history risen higher than than of the ill-fated Bitcoin Cash. According to the CoinMarketCap the value of Ethereum is almost $86, whereas the cost of BCH dropped to around $82.

The price of Bitcoin Cash has been plummeting down since the infamous hard fork. After the coin split, its exchange rate dropped to around $200 and kept falling. Soon it left the double-digit price range. The hard fork, the hash wars and the overall downward trend of the crypto market has left a large negative impact on this cryptocurrency.

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Cryptocurrency Prices Today, December 17: Cryptocurrencies Are Trying to Recover in Price

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Litecoin, Cardano, Stellar, IOTA, Dash, Monero: Cryptocurrency prices

According to the online platform Coingecko, Bitcoin (BTC) added 0.8% over the past 24 hours. The price at the time of writing is $3266 per coin.

The rest of cryptocurrencies tend to fix in the green zone:

Bitcoin Cash added 1.98% over the past 24 hours and costs $81 per coin;

Ripple lost 0.03% and is $0.29 in value;

EOS grew by 2.62%, and its price is $2.01;

Litecoin increased by 6.03%, and its cost is $27;

Cardano added 1.47%, and its rate is $0.029;

Stellar grew by 0.10% and costs $0.097;

IOTA dropped by 1.05%, and its cost is $0.24;

Dash lost 1.32%, and its price is $64;

Monero became more expensive by 1.21% and costs $41.

Over the past 24 hours, Ethereum added 0.49%. The coin rate is $87, according to Coin 360.

The total market capitalization of $104 billion. The share of Bitcoin is 54.8% of the total volume. In monetary terms, this is $57 billion.

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Money Evolution: From Appearance to Cryptocurrency

The money is the most genius invention of mankind. During its long history, it has repeatedly changed its conceptual design. And each stage was accompanied by a qualitative leap in the development of human civilization. In this article we will talk in detail about money, its history and future prospects.

1. The main functions of money

The Money is fairly universal tool with the help of which you can perform many tasks.

  • Circulation tool. In turnover, money is a mediator. In order to effectively perform this function, money should be easy to deal with, and its transfer from one person to another should be fulfilled as soon as possible.
  • Payment tool. Each product has its own price, money allows to simplify the process of exchange of goods and services significantly.
  • Accumulation tool. Some of the unused funds can be accumulated for the future, but it is very important to diversify risks and not to keep money in one currency, because, in terms of inflation, its purchasing power in future may significantly decrease.

2. The origin of money and its evolution

The money origin is rooted to the times of primitive people. The development of money can be divided into several stages.

  • The first money. The money did not exist as such in human civilization at an early stage of its formation, at that time primitive people had barter. The first elementary monetary funds began to appear at the time of the division of labor. Different tribes used the various goods which were available to them  as the money. For example, cocoa beans in Mexico, animal skins in Siberia, pearls in South America were used as currency, etc. Salt was another valuable resource.
  • Metal money. With the development of civilization, money acquires a metallic form. In the VII century B.C. the first coinage appeared. This format of monetary funds becomes very popular all over the world. The primary materials of which were gold, silver, copper and bronze. This type of money significantly increased the sales turnover between people and brought human civilization to a fundamentally new level. During this period begins the accumulation of large capitals.
  • Paper money. In 910 A.D, in China, the first paper money appeared. The appearance of banks marked the beginning of a new era of market relations. Banks have become major custodians of values. People handed them their money, and received paper certificates in return. This format have become so popular that over the time these certificates began to be considered as money, which we can observe nowadays.
  • Electronic money. A year of 1991 becomes a critical point in history, this is the year when the Internet begins to function. Banks actively pick up this technology and begin to use it after a couple of years. Digital money is much faster and more secure than paper analogues. They are still the most common type of monetary funds.
  • Bank cards. The world’s first plastic card was issued back in 1950, it was  used in order to pay for dinner in certain restaurants. And only in two years after that, the first bank credit card was issued  in the USA.
  • Digital coins. The history of cryptocurrencies begins in the end of 2008, it was the first time when people heard the word Bitcoin. The main feature of cryptocurrency is the lack of a single center that controls emissions and acts as an intermediary in the course of transactions, digital coins also can be mined, i.e., engaged in mining.

3. Prospects of cryptocurrencies

Some experts predict a total collapse of cryptocurrencies, other experts predict the world recognition and almost the transfer of all the wealth of mankind into blockchain. What does really awaits the cryptocurrency industry in the future? In fact, there is not a single person who will be able to predict its further development by 100%. We can only assume certain scenarios based on certain facts.

  • It should be noted that a very technological and a universal technology such as  blockchain lies at the roots of cryptocurrencies. Potentially, it can be used in almost any field of activity.
  • Cryptocurrencies have altered the very essence of the money: no one controls them, they can not be banned or blocked.
  • Even against the background of the deep correction of 2018, large companies, funds and private investors are beginning to be interested in cryptocurrencies.
  • The governments of the largest countries are developing a legal framework for the market. This will allow to promote cryptocurrencies  massively.

Along with that, the mass media is overloaded by bad news which is one of the reasons for the protracted correction. If you look at the cryptocurrency chart in longer term, you can clearly see the liquidity of cryptocurrency assets (20x growth), even taking into account their rollback from peak values by 70-90%.

Source: CoinMarketCap

4. Conclusion

Money is the greatest invention of mankind, they became the catalyst of the progress of human civilization. We are witnessing the formation of a new type of money such as digital coins. Only time will tell whether cryptocurrencies will be able to take a palm of victory and push out paper and electronic money. But it is worth noting that in the long run they have all the chances to do that.

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Google’s AI Stated Bitcoin Is “A Collapsed Economic Bubble”

If you still do not understand what is happening with the cryptocurrency market, in particular with the prices of all digital coins, Google’s AI gave a kind of interesting answer. By entering the search request “Bitcoin”, you may see the following card which defined Bitcoin as “a collapsed economic bubble”.


Source: Finance Magnates

In a couple of hours the definition was edited, claiming: “Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, a form of electronic cash. It is a decentralized digital currency without a central bank or single administrator that can be sent from user-to-user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries.”

The algorithm which aggregates the information displays the useful cards in the sidebar automatically. However, such a sentence clearly shows that the company’s AI system considers the bitcoin market as an economic bubble.

The CEO of Google Sundar Pichai explained that Google’s AI looks at every keyword based on “things like relevance, freshness, popularity and how other people are using it”.

Looking from this point of view, it means that the real reason why such a card displayed is that people downgraded Bitcoin and lost any hope in it.

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Cryptocurrency Prices Today, December 14: Cryptocurrencies Are in the Red Zone Again

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Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Litecoin, Cardano, Stellar, IOTA, Dash, Monero: Cryptocurrency prices

According to the online platform Coingecko, Bitcoin (BTC) lost 3.4% over the past 24 hours. The price at the time of writing is $3298 per coin.

Cryptocurrencies moved to the red zone:

Bitcoin Cash lost 11.17% over the past 24 hours and costs $82 per coin;

Ripple fell by 1.89% and is $0.29 in price;

EOS minus 4.67%, and its cost is $1.88;

Litecoin decreased by 2.35%, and its price is $23;

Cardano lost 4.17%, and its value is $0.028;

Stellar dropped by 6.46% and costs $0.10;

IOTA minus 4.53%, and its cost is $0.24;

Dash lost 4.67%, and its price is $61;

Monero became cheaper by 1.61% and costs $42.

Over the past 24 hours, Ethereum lost 3.95% and continues to decline. The coin exchange rate is $85, according to Coin 360.

The total market capitalization fell to $104 billion. Bitcoin accounts for 55% of the total volume. In monetary terms, this is $57 billion.

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Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates Will Release a Joint Cryptocurrency

As reported by the local news media, the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority is cooperating with the Central Bank of UAE in order to develop their own blockchain, which will be the basis for the joint digital coin. The new currency will be used for cross-border transactions between these two states.

This is probably the first time ever that witnesses the cooperation of monetary authorities from different countries on this topic and we hope that this achievement will foster similar collaboration in our region,” said an Abu Dhabi official.

The cooperation is currently ongoing, no specific dates as to when the development will be finished have not been released so far. The innovations in the financial sector will involve only banks and institutional investors, not the regular customers.

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