Crypto Espresso: Your quick shot of the latest crypto moves and news
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Your quick shot of the latest crypto moves and news, the Crypto Espresso is brought to you by Capital.com Australia (AFSL 513393), a multi-award winning global investment trading platform.
It is workout Wednesday. Lots to crack on with, detail on Infinite Arcade and price predictions aside…
Bitcoin’s been a bit of a laggard over the past week, its price recovery slower than most other cryptoassets. But nothing to sneeze at – the world’s largest coin-of-cryptos began last Tuesday circling US$37,400, rising across the seven days to a high of US$41,847.
It is now trading around US$40,700, giving a seven-day gain of around 9%.
So that’s nice.
Let’s get physical!
Bezinga: The list of the top crypto gainers and losers on Tuesday afternoon in the US.
Capital.com: Axie Infinity stole the global crypto headlines in 2021 by generating $1.2bn worth of income from an active community of just 600,000 players. But Blockchain gaming has been difficult to access.
Capital.com: Chia Network, the blockchain company behind the cryptocurrency Chia coin (XCH), could go public via a SPAC later this year, according to Gene Hoffman, the company’s president.
Capital.com: Blockchain-based cryptocurrency gambling platform CoinPoker’s native token price fell over the past month after hitting near four-year highs in February amid plunging liquidity. Here’s a look at its potential.
Capital.com: Waves is one of the few cryptocurrencies that have made a positive return for investors so far this year, with WAVES/USD gaining 116% year to date, as of 21 March.
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