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After staying above $50,000 on Christmas day, Bitcoin (BTC) faced selling pressure on Dec. 26. One of the reasons for the possible dip in Bitcoin’s price is the increase in inflows to the Binance exchange. Data analysis account Material Scientist said that Binance’s inflows could be due to “a new player.”
The crypto market is trading green with minimum volatility. BTC trades above $51K, ETH strides above $4K. Leaders of the race however are DOT, ATOM, and UNI with 10+% gains.
Former U.K. chancellor of the exchequer Lord Hammond has reportedly warned about investing in cryptocurrencies. He said, “It’s gambling money,” noting that “people should be extremely cautious” and “Many regard them as closer to gaming than serious investing.” Nonetheless, he is currently serving as a senior advisor to a crypto firm.
With the number of cryptocurrencies being released on the market every day, there’s no shortage of projects that see significant price gains. This article lists Top 3 trending cryptocurrencies on CoinMarketCap that gained the most price today, ordered by 24-hour price gain, lowest to highest.
Cryptocurrency malware has been found in a torrent download of the new Marvel movie Spider-Man: No Way Home, a cybersecurity firm has warned. “This [crypto] miner adds exclusions to Windows Defender, creates persistence, and spawns a watchdog process to maintain its activity,” the firm explained.
The rising cost of using the Ethereum network triggered by network congestion has been a cause of frustration to many cryptocurrency enthusiasts, especially those wanting to explore the DeFi and NFT sectors. Many competing Layer-1 blockchains seized this opportunity to overtake Ethereum’s market share, with varying degrees of success.
Fraudsters promoting online cryptocurrency scams in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) now face a possible five-year jail sentence plus a fine of up to $272,000, according to a report. The new measures, which are set to take effect on January 2, 2022, are part of the government’s effort to protect people from online scams.