Author Topic: Mickael Mosse - Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Advisor  (Read 330 times)

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Mickael Mosse - Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Advisor
« on: October 31, 2020, 09:04:10 AM » is the leading independent digital media resource covering a wide range of news on blockchain technology, crypto assets, and emerging fintech trends. Each day our team delivers the most accurate and up-to-date news from both the decentralized and centralized worlds.

Our editorial content is based on our passion to deliver unbiased news, in-depth analytics, comprehensive cryptocurrency price charts, insightful opinion pieces, as well as regular reports on the social transformation that digital currencies bring.

We believe that the decentralized world will grow exponentially, becoming an integral part of our daily lives. We work every day to help educate our readers and raise awareness of the intricacies and advantages offered in today’s digital revolution.

With technology breakthroughs now occurring in fields such as AI, VR, nanotech, quantum computing, and an increasing number of businesses, entrepreneurs and consumers adopting blockchain technology in everyday life, we aim to inform, educate, and share valuable information with our readers.

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Re: Mickael Mosse - Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Advisor
« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2020, 03:57:43 PM »
Thanks for sharing. I just checked the site and I like its updates. I also checked the twitter account and it's the fastest way to get updates for everything crypto and Bitcoin. It's @MosseMickael on Twitter.

I love the updates about crypto prices. Look at this one:
Uniswap (UNI), the popular decentralized exchange (dex) built on the Ethereum blockchain, lost 46% of its value to $2.34 from $4.43 on Oct. 1. Market capitalization fell similarly to $486.7 million.
Lending protocol Aave (AAVE) tanked 45% to $30 from $54.81 at the beginning of October. Compound (COMP) plummeted more than 30% to $94 from $137, as it tracked declines across the entire defi industry.
Several other tokens such as sythentix (SNX), UMA, maker (MRK), and loopring (LRC) all fell by between 9% and 35%.