Bitcoin (BTC) surged in late Friday trading, smashing through the psychological resistance point at $10,000 before continuing to nearly $11,000 -- marking its first time above the $10k level in over a year.
According to the XRP/USD chart, the altcoin’s 50-day moving average has moved above the 200-day moving average — a chart pattern known as a golden cross that is typically seen as an indication that a major rally is on the horizon... ( Read More )
NEO (NEO) Is up 6.5% in early Saturday trading to $10.05, closing in on its 2019 high. The altcoin looks ready to break out of an ascending triangle pattern that's been developing for several months if it can push through $10.
Kyber Network (KNC), a decentralized exchange protocol, surged over 50% on Saturday to $0.40, a price last seen in November. The breakout comes on the back of more than a month of gains following the release of the project’s 2019 roadmap at the end of January.
Lithuania-based CoinGate, a payment gateway for blockchain payments, announced that it has added support for Bitcoin SV (BSV), bringing the altcoin as a payment option to more than 4,500 merchants worldwide.
The alpha release of OmiseGO’s (OMG) Plasma MoreVP (More Viable Plasma), a second-layer scaling solution, has officially launched on the public Ethereum (ETH) network, sending the altcoin up over 8% Saturday.