Contrary to yesterday, the bitcoin price movement over the past few hours was quite negative, when bitcoin suddenly plunged from $ 10,149 to $ 9,610. Bitcoin's downturn dragged down the entire market.
Bitcoin exchange rate Today (February 20) recorded at 9.35 USD at 9,589 USD, down 5.72% compared to the previous 24 hours.
On the market today displayed crimson red, when there are up to 93/100 leading currencies at a discounted market value compared to the past 24 hours. In which copper dropped the most was WAX with 20.03%.
Today's Top 10 except for Tezos increased by 4.2% compared to the past 24 hours, the rest have turned down.
The total market capitalization of the digital currency recorded at 9.35 billion at US $ 279.73 billion, down US $ 16 billion from the previous 24 hours.
24-hour trading volume continued to decline to 164.73 billion USD, down 12 billion USD compared to February 19.
Cloud computing giant Microsoft Azure acquires commercial blockchain
Lition, a commercial blockchain, announced on February 18 that Microsoft officially acquired the Lition blockchain solution for the Azure cloud market.
This makes Lition one of the rare blockchains currently supported by large cloud service providers like Microsoft. Microsoft has also become a pioneer in bringing blockchain to the cloud and continues to go far beyond receiving blockchain technology.
The integration of blockchain Lition into Azure enables Microsoft Azure's worldwide business customers to develop, test and deliver parallel Lition chains and applications with just one click on their platform.
The European Space Agency sponsors a blockchain project that records data from satellites
While bitcoin has yet to raise its price to the moon, blockchain technology is becoming increasingly popular in space.
The European Space Agency (ESA), a major multi-government organization that aims to explore space, is currently funding a blockchain project to spur growth in the mining industry around the world.
ESA has co-financed with startup startup Hypervine to improve the data transparency in the mining industry by combining spatial and blockchain data. News released by Oil & Gas Middle East magazine.