Polymath Network Cryptocurrency is currently on bullish momentum by 29.26% in the last 7 days. At 20:16 EST on Friday, 30 April, Polymath Network is at $0.38.
Polymath Network Range
Regarding Polymath Network’s daily highs and lows, it’s 32.32% up from its trailing 7 days low of $0.29 and 12.79% down from its trailing 7 days high of $0.44.
Currently, Polymath Network has 45480 Twitter followers and 5507 Reddit subscribers.
As of now, on Github, there are 121 forks, 277 stars, and 70 subscribers.
News about Bitcoin
Bitcoin is facing a make-or-break moment, technicals show. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wednesday, 28 April, "If Bitcoin can’t overtake its 50-day mean — which currently sits at about $57,000 — then it might be in for a period of volatility as the gap between the two trend lines converges. ", "While some dispute the idea that Bitcoin can act as an inflation hedge, the argument has been a key tenet for its bullish thesis and rings true for a lot of crypto fans. "
Bitcoin at inflection point amid recent selloff, technicals show. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wednesday, 28 April, "On Wednesday, the coin traded about 0.9% lower at around $54,667 following an announcement by the Securities and Exchange Commission that it will delay a decision on a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund.", "Sam Stovall, chief investment strategist at CFRA Research, describes Bitcoin as a speculative asset, but one that looks to be correlated with the overall stock market. "
SEC punts long-awaited Bitcoin ETF decision to at least June. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wednesday, 28 April, "Crypto advocates will have to wait a while longer for the U.S. regulator’s verdict on Bitcoin exchange-traded fund approval as applications pile up.", "Optimism has been building that after nearly a decade of efforts, the SEC may finally approve a Bitcoin ETF launch this year. "
Nexon joins Tesla in Bitcoin bet with $100 million purchase. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wednesday, 28 April, "Nexon said it intended to guard itself against a potential drop in the value of non-digital currencies in case of inflation, with Mahoney seeing Bitcoin as a "form of cash likely to retain its value, even if it is not yet widely-recognized as such.", "Firms in Japan, which was an early leader in Bitcoin acceptance, have been slow to join this trend."
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