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9 days agocoindesk
Market Wrap: Crypto Markets Nervous as the FTX Collapse Dents Institutional Confidence
Coinbase and MicroStrategy bonds tanked, crypto markets plunged and the FTX exploiter moved a total of 180,000 ether. Market Wrap is CoinDesk’s daily newsletter diving into what happened in today's crypto markets.
10 days agocoindesk
Coinbase, MicroStrategy Bonds Tank as FTX Collapse Dents Institutional Confidence in Crypto
High bond yields are reflective of sharply higher rates as well as skepticism about the long-term viability of crypto amongst institutional investors, one investor said.
12 days agocryptodaily
Markets Jittery As Silvergate Capital Faces Potential Bank Run
The crypto market continues to struggle in the wake of the stunning collapse of the FTX exchange. The latest casualty seems to be crypto bank Silvergate Capital. The crypto bank has seen a significant drop in its stock in the wake of the FTX meltdown, as traders anticipate recent developments could significantly impact it. FTX Collapse Continues To Rattle Markets In a sign that the FTX collapse continues to spook investors, shares of crypto bank Silvergate Capital fell significantly on Friday. The stock is currently down by 47% since news first emerged of the problems brewing at FTX. The collapse in the share price occurred thanks to Silvergate’s exposure to FTX. Previously the bank had stated that its exposure was limited to deposits. However, a note by an analyst from Goldman Sachs stated that it could not confirm Silvergate’s exposure to FTX or any of its associated entities. Silvergate stated to investors that FTX deposits with Silvergate accounted for 10% of the $11.9 billion in total deposits from digital asset customers. However, crypto stocks such as Coinbase (COIN), MicroStrategy (MSTR), and Marathon Digital (MAR) made some gains, with the Nasdaq Composite up over 2%. Silvegate CEO Tries To Assuage Fears Silvergate CEO Alan Lane, in a statement aimed at calming jittery investors and customers, stated, “In light of recent developments, I want to provide an update on Silvergate’s exposure to FTX. As of the 30th of September, 2022, Silvergate’s total deposits from all digital asset customers totaled $11.9 billion, of which FTX represented less than 10%. Silvergate has no outstanding loans to, nor investments, in FTX, and FTX is not a custodian for Silvergate’s bitcoin-collateralized SEN Leverage loans. To be clear, our relationship with FTX is limited to deposits”. The CEO also stressed that Bitcoin collateralized all SEN leverage loans and that Silvergate does not collateralize these loans with other digital assets. “Silvergate’s platform was built to support our clients during times of market volatility and transformation, and the SEN has continued to operate as designed and without interruption. As a federally regulated banking institution that is well capitalized, we maintain a strong balance sheet with ample liquidity to support our customers’ needs.” The FTX Exposure FTX was a client of Silvergate, which made investors worried about deposit outflows from FTX and credit exposure through SEN leverage. In an update provided by the bank on the 16th of November, Silvergate stated that its total deposits had seen a decline, going from $12 billion to $9.8 billion, which included $1.2 billion of deposits from FTX. Deposit Outflows A Concern But Bank Run Unlikely The major concern remains on the deposit side, with Silvergate having $900 million of other deposit outflows. There have also been problems with other exchanges, which may serve to spook institutional traders since the FTX debacle has shaken investors’ faith in the industry. While the FTX collapse is a huge concern, a bank run for Silvergate is a remote possibility. However, the crypto bank would continue to see deposit outflows in the near term. However, Mark Cahodes, an early FTX critic, had stated that FTX’s deposit with Silvergate still makes up a significant chunk of the crypto bank’s deposits. He had also stated that he plans to short Silvergate. 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.
17 days agocryptodaily
FTX collapse brings in regulators - What now for Ethereum?
Regulators are scrutinising the crypto space with even more of a keen eye after the FTX bankruptcy. How could this impact Ethereum? The FTX debacle has brought crypto firmly under the regulatory microscope once more. If it wasn’t already the target of every regulator worth their salt across the globe, then it certainly is now. As the crypto industry starts the long and arduous task of trying to pick up the pieces once again, a regulatory storm appears to be coming its way. Very careful regulation US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has responded to the news by stating (not for the first time) that the crypto market needs “very careful regulation”, as reported by Bloomberg. When this regulation arrives, many crypto projects are likely to be labelled with a “security” tag. Gary Gensler, Chairman of the SEC, was quoted in a Squawk Box video with CNBC as saying that “investors need better protections in crypto”. Is Ethereum a security? One cryptocurrency that hitherto has caused a lot of discussion as to whether it is a security is Ethereum. Twitter user ‘Crypto Tea’ thinks that FTX is to blame for putting “a fire under regulator’s *****”. The FTX collapse put a fire under regulators assesSenators are calling for the SEC to enforce regulations ASAP — Crypto Tea (@CryptoTea_) November 14, 2022 She quoted Senator Elizabeth Warren who said that the crypto industry “appears to be smoke and mirrors” and that “aggressive enforcement” was needed. On the subject of Ethereum Crypto Tea tweeted that Ethereum’s switch to proof-of-stake had “put a huge target” on Ethereum’s back. She wrote that the issue of coins that were then locked by exchanges was “considered an investment” and that Vitalik’s hiring of developers and a marketing team was “considered a common enterprise”. Crypto Tea referenced the fact that Gary Gensler has said that “Ethereum passes the Howey Test” and so should be “considered a security”, and expressed the view that Bitcoin wasn’t a security “because it is sufficiently decentralised”. She said: “If Ethereum is not a security, then neither is any other proof of stake crypto.” Crypto Tea concluded that the SEC will call 99% of cryptocurrencies securities, so they will then have to register with the SEC, or not be able to sell to US citizens. 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.
20 days agocoindesk
Revisiting MicroStrategy's Pain Points as Bitcoin Tumbles
This week's plunge in the price of bitcoin again raises questions as to whether Michael Saylor will at some point be forced to sell some or all of his company's vast holdings.
21 day agozycrypto
Binance’s Non-Binding Agreement Leaves FTX’s Future Highly Uncertain
Troubled cryptocurrency exchange FTX received a glimmer of hope in the form of Binance signing a non-binding agreement to be acquired by the world’s largest crypto exchange Binance. However, this has left their future hanging in the balance. Binance co-founder and CEO Changpeng ‘CZ’ Zhao announced the agreement on Nov. 8 via micro-blogging platform Twitter, […]
21 day agocryptopotato
Despite Disappointing Q3 Results, Marathon Is Now the Second-Largest BTC Holder
Marathon Digital now has 11,285 BTC, second only to MicroStrategy.
23 days agocoindesk
Bitcoin, Crypto-Linked Equities Resume Falling Despite Binance/FTX Deal
Crypto stocks including Coinbase and MicroStrategy fell as traders assess potential contagion from Alameda’s balance sheet.
23 days agonulltx Burn Will Massively Shrink Supply and Skyrocket Price – Can it Overcome Uniswap in the Top 100?
Investors in the space will have watched two new narratives developing: the hype surrounding airdrops and catching the next microcap gem. DeFi will change, and in a meritocratic fashion, protocols with superior value propositions that benefit investors will overtake those that do not. A serious contender for the next DeFi superstar is, whose developers […] The post Burn Will Massively Shrink Supply and Skyrocket Price – Can it Overcome Uniswap in the Top 100? appeared first on NullTX.

About Micromines

The live price of Micromines (MICRO) today is ? USD, and with the current circulating supply of Micromines at 17,999,887,605.69 MICRO, its market capitalization stands at ? USD. In the last 24 hours MICRO price has moved -0.00000008 USD or -0.10% while 1.5752 USD worth of MICRO has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of MICRO puts it at #1634 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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Micromines Price? USD
Market Rank#1634
Market Cap? USD
24h Volume? USD
Circulating Supply17,999,887,605.69 MICRO
Max SupplyNo Data
Yesterday's Market Cap12,601.16 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close0.0000008 USD / 0.0000007 USD
Yesterday's High / Low0.000001 USD / 0.0000007 USD
Yesterday's Change
-0.10% ( 0.00000008 USD )
Yesterday's Volume1.5752 USD
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