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Banano(BAN)

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$0.003937
(-3.92%)
0.00000024 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#769)
$5,527,531
336.427 BTC
Vol 24h
$11,464
0.697768 BTC
Circulating Supply
1,404,169,916
Max Supply
3,101,015,003
1h agocryptodaily
UK Crypto Fraud On The Rise, Crypto Daily TV 29/11/2022
In Todays Headline TV CryptoDaily News: UK crypto fraud climbs by a third. Cryptocurrency fraud in the U.K. rose by 32% to 226 million pounds in one year, according to data from the U.K. police unit Action Fraud, reported by the Financial Times. Crypto lender BlockFi files for bankruptcy, cites FTX exposure By Hannah Lang, Niket Nishant and Manya Saini (Reuters) -Cryptocurrency lender BlockFi has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, it said on Monday, the latest crypto casualty after the firm was hurt by exposure to the spectacular collapse of the FTX exchange earlier this month. Ether drops on big whale move. Ether traded weak amid reports of large cryptocurrency transfers to Binance. The native token of Ethereum's blockchain fell nearly 4% when a whale address moved 73,224 ETH, worth $85.67 million, to Binance. BTC/USD plummeted 1.3% in the last session. The Bitcoin-Dollar pair plummeted 1.3% in the last session. The Stochastic-RSI is giving a negative signal, which matches our overall technical analysis. Support is at 16306.6667 and resistance is at 16662.6667. The Stochastic-RSI is currently in the negative zone. ETH/USD dove 1.6% in the last session. The Ethereum-Dollar pair dove 1.6% in the last session. The Stochastic-RSI is giving a negative signal, which matches our overall technical analysis. Support is at 1170.731 and resistance is at 1234.111. The Stochastic-RSI is currently in negative territory. XRP/USD dove 1.6% in the last session. The Ripple-Dollar pair dove 1.6% in the last session. The ROC is giving a negative signal. Support is at 0.385 and resistance is at 0.4146. The ROC is giving a negative signal. LTC/USD dove 2.0% in the last session. The Litecoin-Dollar pair dove 2.0% in the last session. The Williams indicator is giving a negative signal. Support is at 71.3933 and resistance is at 80.9933. The Williams indicator is currently in the negative zone. Daily Economic Calendar: US Consumer Confidence Consumer Confidence is a leading index that measures the level of consumer confidence in economic activity. The US Consumer Confidence will be released at 15:00 GMT, Japan's Industrial Production at 23:50 GMT, and Spain's Consumer Price Index at 08:00 GMT. JP Industrial Production Industry is a basic category of business activity. Changes in the volume of the physical output of the nation's factories, mines and utilities are measured by the index of industrial production. ES Consumer Price Index The Consumer Price Index measures price movements by comparing the retail prices of a representative shopping basket of goods and services. PT Consumer Confidence Consumer Confidence is a leading index that measures the level of consumer confidence in economic activity. The Portuguese Consumer Confidence will be released at 09:30 GMT, the Eurozone's Business Climate at 10:00 GMT, the US S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices at 14:00 GMT. EMU Business Climate The Business Climate indicator is based on monthly surveys and is designed to deliver a clear and timely assessment of the cyclical situation within the local economy. US S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices examine changes in the value of the residential real estate market in 20 regions across the US. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
1h agocryptopotato
Silvergate Capital Reveals its Exposure to Bankrupt Crypto Lender BlockFi
Silvergate assured it has not invested in BlockFi, while its deposit relationship was less than $20 million.
2h agocoindesk
India to Start Retail CBDC Pilot in Four Cities With Four Banks
India's central bank will start testing its retail central bank digital currency (CBDC) in the cities of Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru and Bhubaneswar with the initial participation of four banks.
2h agocryptodaily
Bitfront crypto exchange announces that it will close down
California-based cryptocurrency exchange Bitfront has announced that it will close for business, and will focus on the LINE blockchain ecosystem. As the crypto sector edges ever further into one of its toughest ever bear markets, Bitfront has become the latest casualty on a growing list of exchanges either undergoing bankruptcy, pausing due to liquidity issues, or just closing down due to the harsh challenges they are facing. Bitfront announces its closure In an announcement on its website, the Bitfront team states that the decision to close the exchange has nothing to do with “issues” that are related to the “misconduct” of certain other exchanges. “despite our efforts to overcome the challenges in this rapidly-evolving industry, we have regretfully determined that we need to shut down BITFRONT in order to continue growing the LINE blockchain ecosystem and LINK token economy. * Please note that this decision was made for the best interest of the LINE blockchain ecosystem and is unrelated to recent issues related to certain exchanges that have been accused of misconduct. Bitcoin stated on its website that its services were closed “as of the upload of this notice”. Dates were promulgated throughout December for suspending trades, deposits, and other services, while withdrawals would be able to be made until March 31st when these should have been completed. Cryptocurrency exchanges in disarray The news about the closure of Bitfront comes just a day after BlockFi announced that it would be filing for bankruptcy. The crypto lender had run into difficulties following a $400 million loan received from FTX, which has also entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
2h agocoindesk
Ukraine Considering CBDC That Can Facilitate Crypto Trading
The National Bank of Ukraine says it is looking at retail payments, virtual asset circulation and cross-border transactions as possible use cases for a central bank digital currency.
3h agocointelegraph
BlockFi bankruptcy filing triggers a wide range of community reaction
Some pointed their fingers at podcaster Anthony Pompliano for promoting the crypto lending platform quite recently.
3h agocointelegraph
FTX reportedly used Alameda’s bank accounts to process customer funds
Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried, in a conversation with Vox, admitted to using Alameda’s banking facilities for FTX user deposits.
4h agocointelegraph
National Bank of Ukraine releases draft concept for digital hryvnia
One of the design options for the Ukrainian CBDC describes the e-hryvnia available for usage in crypto exchange operations.
6h agocryptopotato
BlockFi Sues SBF Over Robinhood Shares After Filing for Bankruptcy: Report
The report claims that SBF tried to sell his HOOD shares even after pledging an agreement with BlockFi.
6h agocryptodaily
FTX Resumes Salary Payments After Weeks Of Uncertainty
Beleaguered cryptocurrency exchange FTX and affiliated companies have announced the resumption of employee salary payments and benefits. However, the payments will exclude former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried, and other senior executives, including Gary Want, Nishad Singh, and Caroline Ellison. FTX Finally Resumes Salaries And Benefits FTX’s new CEO, John Ray III, has announced that the bankrupt exchange will be resuming ordinary payments, salaries, and benefits to its remaining global employees. The announcement was made on the 28th of November as the seasoned insolvency specialist looks to help FTX and its affiliated companies through the bankruptcy proceedings. The new FTX CEO, in his announcement, stated, “With the Court’s approval of our First Day motions and the work being done on global cash management, I am pleased that the FTX group is resuming ordinary course cash payments of salaries and benefits to our remaining employees around the world. “FTX also is making cash payments to selected non-U.S. vendors and service providers where necessary to preserve business operations, subject to the limits approved by the Bankruptcy Court.” The announcement by FTX comes after FTX debtors had filed a motion in the Delaware Bankruptcy Court on the 19th of November to pay pre-petition compensation and benefits to employees and contractors. However, the petition excluded payments to former CEO Sam Bankman-Fried, and executives Nishad Singh, Gary Wang, and Caroline Ellison. Relief For Employees The announcement is significant as it means the remaining employees and contractors will receive three weeks’ pay. The pay was halted after the exchange filed for bankruptcy on the 11th of November. The new CEO acknowledged the hardships imposed on the employees and contractors and thanked them for their patience and support. “We recognize the hardship imposed by the temporary interruption in these payments and thank all of our valuable employees and partners for their support.” The relief will consist of cash payments owed to employees and workers at FTX trading and around 101 affiliated trading companies since the bankruptcy filing. Additionally, it will also consist of payments to be made to vendors and service providers. Others Still Await The resumption of payments and salaries will only apply to some FTX subsidiaries and other related companies. In the Bahamas, only the employees of FTX Debtors will be eligible to receive any sort of relief. However, those employees working for FTX Digital Markets will not receive any for the moment. This is because FTX Digital Markets are subject to separate liquidation proceedings in the Bahamas, where the cryptocurrency exchange is headquartered. The relief will also not apply to any Australia-based employees and contractors for FTX Australia and its subsidiary, FTX Express. Both are subject to separate bankruptcy proceedings ongoing in Australia. Process Could Take Significant Time FTX had announced on the 22nd of November that it had been granted interim and final approvals for all “First Day” motions related to its bankruptcy filings. After the announcement, the CEO stated that he hoped the motions would fast-track efforts to reimburse other stakeholders impacted by the collapse, such as users and creditors. The CEO also suggested a potential buyout of FTX assets could benefit stakeholders. However, some insolvency lawyers have warned that the process could take years, given the sheer scale and complexity of FTX and its subsequent collapse. According to documents filed as part of its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, FTX Trading alone owes $3.1 billion to just its top 50 creditors. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
9h agocointelegraph
Silvergate denies recent FUD, confirms minimal exposure to BlockFi
Silvergate Capital has been quick to distance itself from the now-bankrupt crypto lender BlockFi.
10h agocoindesk
Bankrupt BlockFi Sues Sam Bankman-Fried for His Robinhood Shares, FT Reports
SBF, through his Emergent Fidelity Technologies, had pledged his stake in the online trading company as collateral for a loan.
11h agocoindesk
First Mover Asia: Ethereum Isn’t WETH or stETH. But Jokes Still Move Markets
Sam Reynolds writes that irreverent posts about lesser-known altcoins – and more significant tokens – can be destructive. Especially if people don’t get the irony. ALSO: Bitcoin drops as BlockFi files for bankruptcy protection.
12h agocointelegraph
FTX resumes employee and contractor payments after weeks in limbo
The payments will exclude former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried, and certain former execs including Gary Wang, Nishad Singh, and Alameda's Caroline Ellison.
13h agocointelegraph
BlockFi sues FTX's Bankman-Fried over shares in Robinhood
BlockFi is demanding Bankman-Fried’s investment company turn over its shares in Robinhood as collateral it agreed to pay as part of a pledge agreement.
13h agocoindesk
Crypto Bank Silvergate Says Its BlockFi Digital Asset Deposit Exposure Totals Less Than $20M
The bank's shares closed down 11% to $25.90 on Monday, after BlockFi bankruptcy filing.
14h agocointelegraph
From the NY Times to WaPo, the media is fawning over Bankman-Fried
Mainstream media outlets just can’t seem to stop drooling over the disgraced FTX founder.
15h agocoindesk
Crypto Markets Today: BlockFi Files for Bankruptcy Protection, MakerDAO Rejects $500M Proposal to Invest in Bonds and BTC Slides
Crypto prices dived amid continued market contagion triggered by the FTX collapse earlier this month. Crypto Markets Today is CoinDesk’s daily newsletter diving into what happened in today's crypto markets.
15h agocointelegraph
Bitcoin capitulations abound — Data shows realized and unrealized losses at record-highs
Bankruptcies, shrinking profit margins and traders realizing hefty losses are all signs of capitulation from various market participants.
16h agocryptopotato
Eco-Friendly Approach to Bitcoin Mining by PEGA Pool Coming in 2023
If there is one thing that the mainstream associates Bitcoin mining with, it’s the excessive usage of electricity. Many people (and regulators) believe that BTC mining is going to fry the world because it uses so much electrical energy. Some governments have outright banned it. For example, back in January this year, Kosovo introduced a […]
18h agocointelegraph
Price analysis 11/28: SPX, DXY, BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, DOGE, MATIC, DOT
Turmoil in China, concerns over the global economy and BlockFi’s bankruptcy filing are all weighing on crypto markets this week.
19h agocoindesk
The Bitcoin Obituary Obituary
And why one Harvard economist thinks bitcoin could end up on central bank balance sheets.
20h agocryptosrus
BlockFi Files for Bankruptcy Following FTX Crash
Another former cryptocurrency giant has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States. Thus, BlockFi has followed the example of companies like Celsius and Three Arrows Capital. The cryptocurrency lender’s troubles began as the bear market intensified earlier this year, especially after the Terra collapse. There seemed to be a lifeboat thrown by […] The post BlockFi Files for Bankruptcy Following FTX Crash appeared first on CryptosRus.
20h agocointelegraph
FTX logos and promotional material still everywhere despite bankruptcy proceedings
Though some officials have removed all traces of their deals with FTX, the firm's branding still appears on a few sports venues and merchandise.

About Banano

The live price of Banano (BAN) today is 0.003937 USD, and with the current circulating supply of Banano at 1,404,169,916 BAN, its market capitalization stands at 5,527,531 USD. In the last 24 hours BAN price has moved -0.000171 USD or -0.04% while 12,089 USD worth of BAN has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of BAN puts it at #769 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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Banano Price0.003937 USD
Market Rank#769
Market Cap5,527,531 USD
24h Volume11,464 USD
Circulating Supply1,404,169,916 BAN
Max Supply3,101,015,003 BAN
Yesterday's Market Cap5,724,767 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close0.004248 USD / 0.004077 USD
Yesterday's High / Low0.004249 USD / 0.003936 USD
Yesterday's Change
-0.04% ( 0.000171 USD )
Yesterday's Volume12,089.35 USD
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