Quick take: Justin Sun has likened Ethereum to the iPhone and Tron to the Android operating system According to Justin, not everyone can afford an iPhone Android has thus emerged as the go-to platform for smartphones due to its lower cost In a similar manner, Tron will become the go-to platform for blockchain developers and […]
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Quick take: Ethereum finally retested $500 before falling back down to $490 levels This feat was accomplished as the ETH2.0 deposits hit 20% of the required 524,288 ETH for Phase 0 to kick-off Investors could increase the rate of their 32 ETH deposits as December 1st draws closer Consequently, ETH could rally a second time […]
Ethereum corrected lower, but it found a strong support near the $465 level against the US Dollar. ETH price is currently rising and it is likely to climb further towards $500. Ethereum is showing a lot of positive signs and it is now well above the $465 support level. The price is trading above the […]
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