From a new long-term projection on the price of Bitcoin to the difference between Ripple and XRP, here’s a look at some of the stories breaking in the world of crypto.
A cryptocurrency trader and technical analyst who has been bearish on the short-term price of Bitcoin for much of 2019 projects BTC will reach a high of $150,000 in the long run.
Josh Rager told his 28,000 followers on Twitter that BTC is likely to hit another peak cycle and surge past $150,000 in 2023. His analysis is based on Bitcoin’s overall trend that started in 2011, with the price of BTC weaving from sharp corrections to new all-time highs.
The next Bitcoin cycle should peak out in July 2023 and could reach a price at $150,000 or more per Bitcoin
Cycle Peak Prices:
2023: ??? ($150,000+ projected) pic.twitter.com/ikicZbJRhe
— Josh Rager 📈 (@Josh_Rager) March 31, 2019
Ripple and XRP
Ripple’s chief technology officer David Schwartz just answered a series of community-submitted questions on Quora, including an overview on the difference between Ripple and XRP.
My answer to What’s the difference between Ripple and XRP? https://t.co/5fPRxH53Xq
— David Schwartz (@JoelKatz) April 1, 2019
The latest edition of EthHub Weekly is out, covering all things Ethereum.
This week’s post looks at new developments at AirSwap, 0x, Polaris, Maker and the latest on Ethereum 2.0.
Litecoin creator Charlie Lee is touting the release of a new LTC block explorer from bitaps. You can check it out here.
— Charlie Lee [LTC⚡] (@SatoshiLite) April 1, 2019
Coinbase is adding support for Stellar Lumens (XLM) on Coinbase Wallet. XLM will be rolled out to users on iOS and Android over the next week.
Announcing support for Stellar Lumens (XLM) on Coinbase Wallet! https://t.co/BOSAPRL7io
— Coinbase Wallet (@CoinbaseWallet) April 1, 2019
The Tron Foundation just released its latest weekly report on the platform’s overall ecosystem, including an update on BitTorrent’s exchange listings and the launch of BitTorrent Live.
The community vote for the VeChain app development competition is now underway. Anyone can check out the 12 finalists and vote for their favorite five.
Finally! Eligible applications in the Dev Competition are located at https://t.co/W9Fw5y4z6Q
You can vote for the apps you like via https://t.co/gNBSlwYvUV
Remember, we will continue adding eligible submissions before the April 12th deadline passes. Your votes can be changed.
— VeChain Foundation (@vechainofficial) April 1, 2019