This week’s three top stories summarized in one short article.
EOS on the rise
EOS, a major crypto that was launched less than a year ago, has shown almost unprecedented growth during the last 24 hours. It now occupies the fifth spot in the list of cryptocurrencies by the market cap. In a matter of only one day it went from $6 to $8.47 per coin. However, the price is still far from the all-time high of $18.16 that was observed on January 13.
Zuckerberg testifies, Facebook up
Involved in the Cambridge Analytica data-privacy scandal, Mark Zuckerberg testified at the U.S. Senate hearing. Following the testimony Facebook shares have appreciated 5%. One FB stock is now worth $166. The future of Zuckerberg is vague, but for now his company is doing good.
OKEx moves to Malta
A small island nation in the middle of the Mediterranean, Malta becomes an attractive destination for crypto exchanges. Following the example of Binance, Hong Kong-based bitcoin exchange OKEx decided to relocate. Malta is trying to position itself as a digital hub and a natural destination for innovative companies.Trade now
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