CryptoMiso – Ranking cryptocurrencies based on Github commits

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Everything you need to know about cryptocurrencies

Everything you need to know about cryptocurrencies

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$676.05M Sector
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$50.36M Sector
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1.98% Sector
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5.87% Sector
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Crypto market grows by $13 billion as bitcoin breaks the $10,000 threshold for the first time since February | Currency News | Financial and Business News | Markets Insider

Crypto market grows by $13 billion as bitcoin breaks the $10,000 threshold for the first time since February | Currency News | Financial and Business News | Markets Insider

A man walks past an electric board showing exchange rates of various cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (top L) at a cryptocurrencies exchange in Seoul, South Korea December 13, 2017.  REUTERS/Kim Hong-JiReuters

  • The cryptocurrency market added $13 billion in value over the past day as bitcoin jumped more than 6% Thursday evening.
  • Bitcoin has rallied more than 100% from its March 16 low and has eclipsed $10,000 for the first time since February.
  • The three major reasons for the move include anticipation of the next bitcoin halving, institutional investors adding exposure, and the perception that bitcoin would protect against a surge in inflation.
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  • The entire cryptocurrency market is worth a combined $267 billion as of Friday morning, data from CoinMarketCap shows. 

    Bitcoin’s Thursday jump only adds to its recent gains. The cryptocurrency has rallied 102% from its March 16 low of $4,944 to $10,025 Thursday night, representing the first time bitcoin has eclipsed $10,000 since mid-February.

    There are three major reasons being attributed to the move higher in crypto markets.

    1. Anticipation of the upcoming bitcon halving.

    Currently, miners are rewarded with 12.5 new bitcoin per block mined.

    On May 12, that 12.5 new bitcoin reward will be halved to 6.25 new bitcoin, limiting the future supply of bitcoin coming onto the market. 

    Basic supply-demand principles suggest a reduction in supply results in an increase in price.

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    In 2012, new bitcoin rewards to miners were halved from 50 to 25, and in 2016, they were halved again from 25 to 12.5.

    Halvings in bitcoin occur every four years.

    2. Evidence that institutional investors are starting to load up on bitcoin.

    That talking point seems to finally be coming to fruition.

    On Thursday, Bloomberg reported that billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones would start buying bitcoin.

    Jones told clients that one of his funds could have a low-single-digit percentage allocation to bitcoin futures.

    Jones’ reasoning for the allocation to bitcoin? To protect against inflation.

    3. Growing belief that bitcoin will act as a hedge against inflation.

    There is a growing belief that bitcoin will serve as an effective hedge against a potential rise in inflation.

    Whereas governments can print an unlimited amount of money for various fiscal and monetary policies, similar to physical gold, the supply of bitcoin is fixed.

    The supply of bitcoin is fixed at 21 million coins. It is estimated that of the 21 million total coins, 18 million have been mined already.

    As outlined in the chart below, technically, bitcoin is pushing up against a key resistance level. The resistance for the digital gold currency has been $10,000 since 2018. If bitcoin can decisively trade above the psychological $10,000 level, bulls should be back in control of bitcoin.

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    What are cryptocurrencies? - Quora

    What are cryptocurrencies? – Quora

    Raj Sanghavi

    Raj Sanghavi, Project Manager at AllinCall Research and Solutions (2019-present)

    Cryptocurrency is a digital currency which can be used to transfer assets from person to person in a decentralised way. Decentralised means it is not regulated by any banks or central authority. Today, there are more than 1500 cryptocurrency, out of which some are coins and tokens. coins can bought in two ways , they may be mined through solving some complex equations and as a reward you get coins or they may be bought from exchanges. First cryptocurrency which was ever made was Bitcoin which was way back in 2009 by a person or a group named Satoshi Nakamoto. It gained popularity only in 20…

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    Cryptocurrency is a digital currency which can be used to transfer assets from person to person in a decentralised way. Decentralised means it is not regulated by any banks or central authority. Today, there are more than 1500 cryptocurrency, out of which some are coins and tokens. coins can bought in two ways , they may be mined through solving some complex equations and as a reward you get coins or they may be bought from exchanges. First cryptocurrency which was ever made was Bitcoin which was way back in 2009 by a person or a group named Satoshi Nakamoto. It gained popularity only in 2013,and that made its prices reach moon. The main reason behind its ever increasing price was limited supply, they are only 21 million and everyone wanted to get hold of it and so there was a surge in demand and hence the price shoot up. Advantages of using cryptocurrency is that they are secure, immutable and cryptography is used to encrypt them. They can be instantaneously transferred across the globe with minimal transaction charge and that makes them better than fiat currency.

    They are not or cannot be handled by any banks or central authority which makes all the transactions privacy oriented. These are developed on the basis of consensus algorithm. cryptocurrency can be bought from exchanges which can be stored in many places such as wallets, exchange wallets, hardware storage. There is no physical presence of the coins and they are all digital. Cryptocurrencies are also distributed across the whole network so if one part fails then too the data is not lost and we have our data which gives trust and also the whole transaction is anonymous. Their is always one more term attached to this which is Blockchain, which is chain of blocks hashed together or we can say it’s a distributed database. All the transactions of the cryptocurrency are stored in this blocks. This blocks have specific size.

    Bitcoin blockchain are mined every 10 minutes where in transactions occurred during that period are stored in that block.A new block then will be created which will be connected to previous block through the hash of previous block stored in the current block. Mining is done by the miners where in they solve some complex equations and they are rewarded by some bitcoins. The transactions once confirmed stays in blockchain for lifelong and they cannot be changed and a user can access them when and whenever needed. Also, double spending is eliminated as the transactions once confirmed cannot be repeated.

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