The crypto market is highly volatile, with prices of various cryptocurrencies rising and falling rapidly. Bitcoin and Ethereum remained the most popular cryptocurrencies, followed by several other altcoins.
The market is influenced by various factors such as government regulations, public perception, and adoption by mainstream financial institutions. Despite the popularity of Bitcoin and Ethereum, a newly launched hybrid exchange like Tradecurve (TCRV) has attracted more investors than the latter.
Read on to learn what the Tradecurve team does differently to stay on top of their game.
Tradecurve records massive success in presale
Tradecurve is the fastest-growing hybrid exchange where you can trade multiple asset classes from one account. The slogan of Tradecurve is to assist people in trading financial instruments without borders. The Tradecurve team understands the needs of traders and, as such, created a borderless exchange where you can deposit your cryptocurrencies and use them as collateral to trade derivatives.
Unlike other exchanges where you trade only cryptocurrencies, Tradecurve lets you trade cryptocurrencies and other financial instruments like forex, stocks, and commodities, all in one place. The $TCRV token is built on the Ethereum blockchain. You can stake the token to receive passive income. Token holders are also guaranteed access to exclusive rewards and bonuses.
The presale is ongoing, with the initial starting price going $0.01. The team has made available 1,800,000,000 (1.8bn) TCRV tokens, of which only 40% are available during the presale. If you sign up for the presale, you will receive a $250 bonus. Experts predict the price will surge by 50x during the presale, so make hay while the sun shines.
Bitcoin tumbles as wild crypto market swing cause losses
Bitcoin had been experiencing a significant downtrend in price in the last 24 hours, tumbling by over 1.33% in value. In recent months, there have been some significant events related to Bitcoin, including plummeting from its all-time high to a record low in 2022.
Overall, the world of Bitcoin continues to evolve and grow, with increasing acceptance and adoption in various sectors and ongoing discussions and debates about its practicality, risks, and future potential. At press time, Bitcoin trades for $29,044.14 with a 24-hour trading volume of $30,920,903,726.
Ethereum dips from $1,900
After climbing to $1,900 for the first time this week, Ethereum quickly plummeted by 2.93% in the last 24 hours. The long-awaited upgrade to Ethereum’s network, known as Ethereum 2.0 or Eth2, is already in play. The goal is to improve the network’s scalability, security, and sustainability by moving from a Proof of Work (PoW) consensus mechanism to a Proof of Stake (PoS) mechanism. The upgrade is being rolled out in phases and will take several years to complete.
Ethereum is a blockchain-based, decentralized platform that allows for creating and deploying smart contracts and decentralized applications (DApps). Ethereum was proposed in 2013 by Vitalik Buterin, and the network went live in 2015. One of the key features of Ethereum is its ability to execute smart contracts, which are self-executing contracts that automate transferring assets and performing other types of transactions.
According to Coinmarketcap, Ethereum trades for $1,889.24 with a 24-hour trading volume of $15,116,434,560.
For more information on Tradecurve (TCRV):
Presale sign-up: https://app.tradecurve.io/sign-up
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