Post-ICO windfalls leave beneficiaries such as Bancor and Poloniex with no choice but to buy the vintage digital assets with thriving networks.
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Bitcoin has recently been the focus of media and investors attention as both a long-term safe haven asset and digital currency.
The discussion between the President and Ethereum co-founder focused on the possible use of blockchain technologies in the Russian Federation.
Now, people can securely lend Ethereum, which is expected to boom cryptocurrency lending in the next few years.
The exchanges decided to resume withdrawals as the People’s Bank of China made it clear they are not forbidden.
The fact that two of three leading Chinese exchanges have started Ethereum trading allows suggesting that the third one is upcoming.
A trade for $327 was recorded on the Bid around 45 minutes after Ethereum debuted in mainland China, with buying aggressive across the board.
A recent reversal in the return premium of ETH vs. ETC due to buying by Bitcoin holders means that ETC now looks exceptionally cheap.