The privacy-oriented digital currency zcash became one of the 10 largest digital currencies by market capitalization on 4th April, a first in its short history. The market cap of the digital currency, launched in 2016 to utilize zero-knowledge proofs called zk-SNARKS to help ensure the privacy of users, climbed to as […]
Litecoin prices surged nearly 70 today, ending months of stagnated market activity.nSource
A gold mine discovered in Chinas Shandong province is reportedto have apotential value of more…nThe post Gold Mine Worth More Than Bitcoin&8217s Entire Market Cap Found in China appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.n
At a conference in Budapest this week, financial industry execs revealed shifting views on the best use case for distributed ledger tech.nSource
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In an increasingly growing market, Bitcoin market share dominance is fading every day of 2017….nThe post Bitcoin Market Share Drops Almost 20 Altcoins Stronger Than Ever appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.n
Updating its requirements to reflect the long bull market, S&P Global (NYSE: SPGI) unit S&P Dow Jones Indices is raising the market capitalization requirements for stocks to be listed on three of its key indexes. Effective Monday, stocks will be required to have a market value of at least $6.1 billion for listing on the S&P 500, $1.6 billion to $6.8 billion to be included on the S&P MidCap 400, and $450 million to $2.1 billion to be on the S&P SmallCap 600.
Known primarily for its fast-growing cloud sales, Germany-based enterprise software giant SAP (NYSE: SAP) recently announced a strategic development partnership with online payments provider PYMNTS.com, and unveiled a new “Payments2CashFlow Challenge.” Under the challenge, a few select developers among those that submit proposals will be given access to SAP’s cloud-based solutions and PYMNTS.com’s expertise to help them create a new business-to-business (B2B) payments offering.
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It’s been a tumultuous year so far for Fitbit (NYSE: FIT). Following the disappointing preliminary fourth quarter financial results announced Jan. 30, Fitbit stock sank 16% and has yet to recover. And based on the latest sale data from research firm IDC, a comeback isn’t likely anytime soon.