Crypto Markets See Green as Bitcoin Nears $3,900 and Ethereum Touches $160

Saturday, Jan. 5 — the crypto markets are mainly in the green today, as Bitcoin (BTC) moves closer to the $3,900 mark, data from Coin360 shows.

Market visualization by Coin360

Bitcoin has shown slight growth today, up by around 3 percent and trading at about $3,899 at press time.

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Crypto Markets Are Mostly in Green, Ethereum Regains Top Altcoin Position

Wednesday, Jan. 2 — The main cryptocurrencies have mostly been in the green for two days now, according to data from Coin360. Bitcoin (BTC) is still over $3,800 mark, while Ethereum (ETH) has regained the top altcoin position.

Market visualization from Coin360

Proof of Keys — a celebration when BTC holders temporarily withdraw their funds from all exchanges and mediators  — is coming in just a few hours,

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Ripple, Monero, NEM See Solid Growth Amid Calm, Mostly Green Markets

Monday, Nov. 12: crypto markets are seeing a wave of stability, with most major assets seeing low-level fluctuations both red and green, with just a few exceptions, as data from Coin360 shows.

Market visualization. Source: Coin360

Bitcoin (BTC) is up around 0.85 percent, trading around $6,354 at press time.

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Almost All Top 100 Cryptocurrencies Solidly in Green, Dogecoin Skyrockets Over 40%

Saturday, September 1: crypto markets are multiplying recent gains today, with 97 out of the top 100 cryptocurrencies by market cap solidly in the green, as data from Coin360 shows.

Market visualization from Coin360

Bitcoin (BTC) continues to climb steadily over the $7,000 mark, seeing 2.52 percent gains over the past 24 hours,

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Op Ed: Is Green Crypto (Necessarily) an Oxymoron?

Cryptocurrencies are not exactly bathed in the light of righteousness right now when it comes to the environment. Despite not having a physical form, they are ultimately responsible for a substantial amount of environmental impact. This has stemmed from news stories detailing how, in Iceland, more electricity is being used to mine Bitcoin than is used to power its homes,

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