Crypto Espresso: Your quick shot of the latest crypto moves and news
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Matt Damon has thrown the weight of his celebrity behind the Crypto.com exchange, but he’ll always be that Team America puppet to us.
Crypto was mostly in the green Tuesday, except for Ripple which is having a *bad time*. Ravencoin recovers, and Metahero wants to help you enter the metaverse.
Also, is Aavegotchi the next crypto-gaming craze? They’re like tamagotchis, except they’re DeFi-staked NFT collectibles, and they don’t die if you forget about them.
Let’s do this.
Prominent cryptocurrencies are mostly higher Tuesday in the US, with Bitcoin up 0.69%, Ethereum up 3.84%, and Litecoin 5.38% higher. In other digital assets, Bitcoin cash was up 0.68% and Dogecoin was 0.82% in the green.
Crypto.com (CRO) is a cryptocurrency exchange app and payment platform where users can buy, sell, and earn cryptocurrencies. The company claims to be the world’s largest growing crypto app and boasts over 10 million users. It also has a touch of Hollywood.
Ravencoin (RVN), the peer-to-peer asset transfer blockchain, is slowly winning back some of the losses incurred after its recent halving and the recent mini crypto quake. On 1 February the price is $0.07, up more than 22% on its recent low point.
Helping the real-world crossover into the metaverse is the aim of blockchain-based project Metahero, whose coin HERO is now struggling after a strong launch last July. On 1 February its price was $0.054, down 78% from its all-time high in December.
Aavegotchi is an NFT collectible game with decentralised finance (DeFi) features such as cryptocurrency lending. In its white paper, Aavegotchi refers to itself as a “DeFi-staked NFT collectibles.” Let’s look at the latest coin price predictions for 2022 and beyond.
After failing to stay above the $1 level in late December, XRP, Ripple’s native cryptocurrency, has fallen by 39% in the past month, as markets remain bearish. Take a look at its prospects for 2022.
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