Swipe Cryptocurrency is currently on bearish momentum by 14.12% in the last 6 hours. At 19:20 EST on Thursday, 22 April, Swipe is at $3.54.
Currently, Swipe has 168186 Twitter followers.
Swipe’s last week, last month’s, and last quarter’s current volatility was 4.08%, 4.08%, and 4.08%, respectively.
Swipe’s current volatility rank, which measures how volatile a financial asset is (variation between the lowest and highest value in a period), was 4.08% (last week), 4.08% (last month), and 4.08% (last quarter), respectively.
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Bitcoin volatility pushes Indian crypto users towards stablecoins. According to Bloomberg Quint on Thursday, 22 April, "One is to have a stable-priced counterweight in their portfolio to volatile assets like Bitcoin and altcoins. ", "Even for us, the USDT volumes grew nearly five-fold to $3 million in April compared to last year, as many of our traders liquidated their Bitcoin holdings and converted them into stablecoins," said Sathvik Vishwanath, founder and chief executive of Unocoin, one of the oldest crypto exchanges in India."
Crypto stock mania tested by sliding prices, Bitcoin slump. According to Bloomberg Quint on Monday, 19 April, "A global, Bloomberg-curated basket of equities linked to crypto trading or Bitcoin mining fell some 9% over the past week, paring 2021’s climb to about 130%. ", "The public market validation of Bitcoin and the entire space from Coinbase’s listing will encourage people who can invest in the markets to do so," said Jehan Chu, managing partner at crypto adviser Kenetic Capital in Hong Kong. "
What Elon Musk and jack dorsey are missing about Bitcoin and green energy. According to Bloomberg Quint on Thursday, 22 April, "In their research, ARK and Square proposed that a renewable power project could be built without a grid connection, just to power a Bitcoin operation. ", "For now, lots of Bitcoin is being produced by the most-polluting source of electricity. "
‘crypto dad’ giancarlo joins board of Bitcoin lender blockfi. According to Bloomberg Quint on Tuesday, 20 April, "It also offers a credit card with Bitcoin rewards, as well as a Bitcoin Trust that gives investors exposure without requiring actual purchases of the digital currency.", "It was not without its controversy," he said, adding that Thomas Peterffy, chairman of Interactive Brokers, placed a full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal decrying the move and saying words to the effect of, "Don’t let Bitcoin futures come about or the western world will end." Even Wall Street’s futures group, the Futures Industry Association, was against the idea, he said."
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