Today we have a Daily Token Review and three really awesome cryptocurrency news segments to share with you from the delisting of Bitcoin Cash SV to EOS block producers replacing their constitution.
As seen on CoinMarketCap, bitcoin (BTC) has decreased by 2.08 percent. Ether (ETH) still maintains its “second in command” status, but it’s currently losing by 3.57 percent. Ripple’s XRP maintains the number three position, and it has decreased by 2.82 percent. Now, in the top 20, while Bitcoin Cash shot up, Bitcoin SV has shot down by a whopping 16.9 percent.
Now onto the news. According to a BreakerMag report, Binance has announced plans to delist bitcoin cash SV, the altcoin born as a result of the November 15, 2018, contentious bitcoin cash hardfork.
Now, what does this mean for bitcoin cash SV? The announcement has succeeded in triggering a massive fear uncertainty and doubt (FUD) as the price of the altcoin dropped by 10 percent within a few minutes of the announcement.
Now, onto the second news item for today! Per a report by Coindesk, LedgerX has revealed that it has successfully filed for a designated contract market (DCM) license with the U.S regulators and if approved, the DCM will enable it to offer physically-settled bitcoin futures contracts to its clients.
Now, onto the third news item for today! According to Cryptoslate, after several months of negotiation and debate following a referendum gridlock, 21 out of the 30 EOS Block Producers have signed the new EOS user agreement (EUA).
So what are your thoughts on this situation? Do you think that Bitcoin SV will survive this brewing storm? And what are your thoughts about the LedgerX Bitcoin futures ambition? Do you think the new EOS constitution will boost the price of EOS?
Let me know what you guys think below.
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