HyperSpace Price Changed by -12.98 percent

HyperSpace AMP/USD on Ethfinex exchange is 1.37. The trading volume on Ethfinex is 44679.00. At the same time HyperSpace AMP/UST on Bitfinex …

As at 2019-07-13 average HyperSpace price is 0.01046000 USD, 0.00000094 BTC, 0.00003944 ETH.

It’s noteworthy that is issued into circulation HyperSpace.

HyperSpace average change within 24 hour is -12.98 against USD, -7.84 against BTC, -5.62 against ETH. Weekly report: -26.71 against USD, -22.95 against BTC, -18.96 against ETH. Monthly report: -29.27 against USD, -50 against BTC, -35.17 against ETH.

HyperSpace AMP/USD on Ethfinex exchange is 1.37. The trading volume on Ethfinex is 44679.00.

At the same time HyperSpace AMP/UST on Bitfinex exchange is 1.39. The trading volume on Bitfinex is 87125.00.

In this regard, 24 hour trading volume is 5265.54760379 USD or 0.47319453 BTC. At the same time HyperSpace market capitalization is 1053620 USD or $94 BTC.

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Bitcoin Interest Price Changed by -5.2 percent

As at 2019-07-13 average Bitcoin Interest price is 0.06526449 USD, 0.00000587 BTC, 0.00024607 ETH. Bitcoin Interest average change within 24 …

As at 2019-07-13 average Bitcoin Interest price is 0.06526449 USD, 0.00000587 BTC, 0.00024607 ETH.

Bitcoin Interest average change within 24 hour is -5.2 against USD, 0.51 against BTC, 2.81 against ETH. Weekly report: -10.53 against USD, -5.93 against BTC, -1.07 against ETH. Monthly report: -32.57 against USD, -52.35 against BTC, -38.2 against ETH.

In this regard, 24 hour trading volume is 11032.43173645 USD or 0.99227580 BTC. At the same time Bitcoin Interest market capitalization is 1196095 USD or $107 BTC.

It’s noteworthy that is issued into circulation Bitcoin Interest.

Bitcoin Interest BCI/BTC on STEX exchange is 0.05. The trading volume on STEX is 3753.85.

At the same time Bitcoin Interest BCI/USD on Bitfinex exchange is 0.07. The trading volume on Bitfinex is 6995.68.

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Analysts covering LEO Token (LEO) look at the 0.60% step up on July 11-12

LEO last traded at Bitfinex exchange. It had high of $1.57 and low of $1.46 for July 11-12. The open was $1.499. About 1.36M LEO worth $2.03M …

LEO Token (LEO) had a good 24 hours as the cryptocurrency jumped $0.0089999999999999 or 0.60% trading at $1.508. According to Crypto Experts, LEO Token (LEO) eyes $1.6588 target on the road to $4.37456363084752. LEO last traded at Bitfinex exchange. It had high of $1.57 and low of $1.46 for July 11-12. The open was $1.499. About 1.36M LEO worth $2.03M traded hands.

LEO Token (LEO) is down -23.45% in the last 30 days from $1.97 per coin. Its up 0.00% in the last 100 days since when traded at $0.00 (non existent) and the annual trend is up. 200 days ago LEO traded at $0.00 (non existent). LEO has 660.00 million coins mined giving it $995.28M market cap. LEO Token maximum coins available are 1000.00 million. LEO uses algorithm and proof type. It was started on 20/05/2019.

LEO Token it’s a utility token designed to empower the Bitfinex community and provide utility for those seeking to maximize the output and capabilities of the Bitfinex trading platform, will commence trading on Monday, May 20th, at 08:00 UTC on Bitfinex. The tokens will be tradable against BTC, USD, USDT, EOS, and ETH.

The company motto, Unus Sed Leo, is a Latin citation from Aesop’s fable, “The Sow and the Lioness.” The fable (in short) details how a sow brags about how many children she has and then asks the lioness if she only had one child. The lioness replies “One, but a lion.”

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No friends in Washington DC as Trump joins Facebook Libra pile on

“Similarly, Facebook Libra’s ‘virtual currency‘ will have little standing or dependability,” the President tweeted. “If Facebook and other companies want …

U.S. President Donald Trump has become the latest critic of Facebook’s proposed Libra cryptocurrency, taking to Twitter Thursday night to attack it as well as bitcoin.

In a series of tweets, the President said that he was not a fan of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying they’re “not money” and that their “value is highly volatile and based on thin air.” Using an old trope, the President then claimed that “unregulated crypto assets can facilitate unlawful behavior, including drug trade and other illegal activity.”

That was only warmup, however, to the main target: Libra. “Similarly, Facebook Libra’s ‘virtual currency’ will have little standing or dependability,” the President tweeted. “If Facebook and other companies want to become a bank, they must seek a new banking charter and become subject to all banking regulations, just like other Banks, both national and international.”

Indicating a preference for traditional currency, the President added “we have only one real currency in the USA, and it is stronger than ever, both dependable and reliable. It is by far the most dominant currency anywhere in the World, and it will always stay that way. It is called the United States Dollar!”

It was notable as the first time the president has spoken out on the subject of Libra, but he’s far from alone in holding serious concerns about Facebook’s cryptocurrency in Washington D.C.

The backlash to Libra started within 24 hours of Facebook’s announcement on June 18. In a rare show of bipartisanship in the Capitol, Libra was attacked by both sides politics. Democratic House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters called for Facebook to halt its plans for Libra until Congress and regulators have had a chance to investigate it.

Since that time, further concerns have been raised. On Wednesday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testified to the House Financial Services Committee that “Libra raises many serious concerns regarding privacy, money laundering, consumer protection and financial stability,” adding that those concerns “are going to need to be thoroughly and publicly assessed and evaluated before [Facebook] proceeds.”

The ongoing attention given to Libra is likely to intensify. CoinDesk reported that David Marcus, the head of Calibra, the Facebook-owned division that will provide Libra services, is scheduled to testify before both the U.S. Senate Banking Committee and the House Financial Services Committee next week.

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President Trump dislikes cryptocurrencies, warns Facebook about Libra

Given his fame and infamy, Trump’s tweets about one of the most confusing developments in financial technology come almost as a shock. It doesn’t …

Cryptocurrencies have always been regarded with skepticism and suspicion ever since Bitcoin started hitting mainstream news. It has gained more momentum and support around the world but, unsurprisingly, governments are more cautious about officially acknowledging the technology. The latest to join those voices is none other than US president Donald Trump who, in a series of tweets, expressed his dislike of Bitcoin and its kin and also took the opportunity to bring up Facebook’s new Libra “virtual currency”.

Politicians often carry a stereotype of being clueless about modern technologies that it often comes as a surprise when one does speak about them. Given his fame and infamy, Trump’s tweets about one of the most confusing developments in financial technology come almost as a shock. It doesn’t help that it came pretty much out of the blue and unprovoked by any recent event.

A not so recent event, however, was Facebook’s announcement of Libra, it’s own attempt at cryptocurrency. Trump warned that if Facebook wants to become a bank, it has to play by standard and non-virtual banking regulations and apply for a banking charter. The alternative would be to update banking laws to make provisions for the new breed of cryptocurrencies.

Trump’s seemingly unprovoked statements may have been “inspired” by the recent White House meeting on social media that didn’t include the biggest social media networks in the world. Undoubtedly, Facebook’s name came up along with its latest big news and how it could disrupt the market. Trump also took the opportunity to emphasize the real US dollar that’s stronger and more dominant than ever.

Ironically, it seems that Trump may have offended some camps that would normally cheer for his utterances. Cryptocurrencies have become the refuge of certain groups who have been banned from more established networks and sites for white supremacist and neo-Nazist sentiments.

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