From an extensive outlook on 13 cryptocurrencies to international interest in VeChain, here’s a look at some of the stories breaking in the world of crypto.
November Crypto Forecast
The New York-based finance platform Finder just released its in-depth crypto price forecast for November.
The report compiles predictions from a variety of people in fintech, and looks at Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRP, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, Stellar Lumens, Litecoin, Cardano, Monero, Tron, Binance Coin, Bytecoin and Verge.
You can check out the full report here.
Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin
The crypto trading platform eToro just launched its own cryptocurrency wallet. So far, the wallet supports Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin.
“The eToro wallet today is just the beginning, and we will adding a whole host of additional functionality which will include supporting additional crypto and fiat tokens, crypto-to-crypto conversion, the ability to deposit fiat, payment in store and more,” says CEO Yoni Assia.
Ripple and XRP
Ripple is courting banks based in Japan. Ripple’s global head of infrastructure innovation Dilip Rao posted an image on Twitter, revealing a new meeting with leaders from a pair of Japanese financial institutions.
— Dilip Rao (@diliprao) November 6, 2018
Meanwhile, Atomic Wallet just listed XRP. The platform allows users to buy XRP using Visa or MasterCard.
— AtomicWallet.io (@AtomicWallet) November 6, 2018
The US midterm elections pushed the total number of bets placed on Augur’s prediction marketplace above $2 million.
The biggest bet was on whether Democrats would regain control of the House of Representatives. A whopping 93% of all betters said the Dems would take over, and they were right.
Tron founder Justin Sun continues to push the promise of crypto and blockchain, this time in a meeting with former SEC chairman Arthur Levitt.
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) November 6, 2018
Levitt is the author of Take on the Street: How to Fight for Your Financial Future, which focuses on providing “the best kind of insider information: the kind that can help honest, small investors protect themselves from the deliberately confusing ways of Wall Street.”
VeChain says its partnership with DNV GL, one of the world’s largest independent energy advisory and certification bodies, is gaining a lot of attention.
Last Sunday , the @DNVGL and VeChain digital carbon ecosystem received a lot interests from alliance and government reps of 13 Asian countries in the Clean Air Technology workshop hosted at Qingdao Olympic Sailing center. Awesome venue, beautiful city. pic.twitter.com/JnEpTrbs1U
— Kevin Feng (@kfeng027) November 6, 2018
VeChain and DNV GL are coming together to create a global, UN-compliant carbon monitoring and trading system.
The digital ecosystem aims to “leverage the VeChainThor Blockchain and Internet of Things devices to effectively record every carbon emission reduction behavior of enterprises and individuals, using smart contracts to calculate the carbon reduction equivalent and accordingly issue carbon credits.”