Week 47

RANK -7d PRICE SOCIAL FORUMS DEVELOPERS SITE
Bitcoin logo 1 -7d $4,000.26 105255 992428 3549 13150
btc 1 -29,00% 0,39% 0,71% 0,11% -0,04%
XRP logo 2 -7d $0.37 1037179 196218 477 22089
xrp 2 -26,51% 0,21% 0,23% 0,21% 0,22%
Ethereum logo 3 -7d $116.26 577550 411141 2034 24780
eth 3 -34,25% 0,15% 1,24% 0,20% -0,86%
EOS logo 4 -7d $3.37 13336 60804 1315 78133
eos 6 -26,49% 0,34% 0,24% 0,54% 2,48%
Bitcoin Cash logo 5 -7d $183.04 940797 231115 168 139889
bch 4 -41,37% 638,38% 500,58% 0,00% 3,43%
Stellar logo 6 -7d $0.16 277507 97936 263 57479
xlm 5 -37,61% 0,38% 0,15% 0,77% 0,96%
Tether logo 7 -7d $0.99 31912 - - 113457
usdt 8 -0,71% 0,27% - - -1,14%
Litecoin logo 8 -7d $31.02 531126 199650 552 202531
ltc 7 -26,73% 0,16% 0,00% 0,00% 0,13%
Cardano logo 9 -7d $0.04 167960 69545 410 86059
ada 9 -38,62% 0,12% 0,09% 0,24% 1,89%
Monero logo 10 -7d $58.42 337506 147392 456 73526
xmr 10 -34,39% 0,18% 0,00% 0,00% -2,88%
TRON logo 11 -7d $0.01 1057686 68402 353 105272
trx 11 -34,81% 2,28% -0,08% -0,28% 0,66%
IOTA logo 12 -7d $0.29 162280 112249 162 108763
miota 13 -30,84% 0,01% -0,05% -1,22% 0,83%
Dash logo 13 -7d $91.49 354093 23073 236 83077
dash 14 -30,97% 0,14% -0,03% 0,43% 1,43%
Binance Coin logo 14 -7d $5.15 960786 46160 320 957
bnb 12 -35,72% 0,36% 0,04% -0,93% -1,81%
NEM logo 15 -7d $0.07 237146 18515 87 130122
xem 16 -25,88% 0,11% -0,08% 0,00% -8,98%
Ontology logo 16 -7d $0.86 69877 10791 110 195826
ont 18 -36,15% 0,24% 0,19% 0,00% -9,55%
Ethereum Classic logo 17 -7d $4.78 234321 23768 87 450561
etc 19 -35,66% 0,19% -0,01% 1,16% -10,11%
NEO logo 18 -7d $7.73 343419 97768 434 115297
neo 17 -38,38% -0,10% -0,02% 1,17% 0,26%
Tezos logo 19 -7d $0.59 42739 10480 269 164343
xtz 15 -45,88% 0,10% 0,27% -0,37% -3,85%
Zcash logo 20 -7d $69.82 80528 14773 459 115699
zec 20 -38,78% 0,10% -0,04% -0,22% -5,33%
Bitcoin Gold logo 21 -7d $19.73 97368 19005 161 185710
btg 21 -27,09% 0,07% 0,17% -0,62% -0,51%
Dogecoin logo 22 -7d $0.00 200543 127425 282 99438
doge 28 -15,76% 0,05% 0,15% 0,71% 0,55%
VeChain logo 23 -7d $0.00 108331 54226 60 356415
vet 23 -39,59% 0,03% -0,07% 1,69% -2,48%
Maker logo 24 -7d $328.98 16288 5391 0 154096
mkr 24 -42,19% 1,93% 2,80% 0,00% 7,65%
OKB logo 25 -7d $0.75 14464 735 - 6412
okb 27 -28,23% 0,12% ? - -3,91%

Editorial Week 47 – 2018

Thanks, Roger Ver! What a slaughter this week. Due to the selling off of Bitcoin by the rival former Bitcoin Cash factions, the course plummeted by 29% last week. On average, the prices within the top 100 tanked with 30.5%, with some coins even losing 50% or more. Believe it or not, there where even some coins that managed to write green numbers: newcomer Proximax gained 13.8% and Factom +9.5%.

When we look at the social and forum numbers, Bitcoin Cash keeps dominating the scene with a whooping 638% social rise and a 500% increase in forum subscribers. Probably most of these people wanted to find out more about where there money was gone!

The results of the Bitcoin Cash fork, BCHSV and BCHABC, have been going up and down in price manically in the last week, being pushed by whales to dominate the one over the other. The only good news is that these formerly very rich and influential miners, are burning their precious bitcoin on a lost cause. Bitcoin was never about people and ego’s, and it will survive these attacks and emerge stronger than before.

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