If we take a look at how the top 25 cryptocurrencies traded today during Asian’s session, then we’ll observe the Raiblocks (XRB) is among the leading altcoins at this time.
Crypto market’s assets were traded sideways as they failed in gaining in the first part of the day despite the favorable past couple of days. The top ten digital assets were on a downtrend at the beginning of the day but recovered at the moment of this article, with BTC hitting $11,518 and ETH $1,106, while the DragonChain token marked the biggest last 24 hours increase in percentages – 28.22%, hitting the price of $2.85 per token.
RaiBlocks (XRB) price trend
On the same positive trending is RaiBlocks (XRB) which, after falling to $13 from $20, recovered on January 26th as it closed at $17.47, and even increased more today, on January 27th, hitting $18.56, at the moment of this article.
The reason why the investors’ interest in RaiBlocks (XRB) revived is the imminent release of the RaiExchange as the team behind XRB announced on Twitter today:
‘So close we can taste it. All of our account management features are now live. Two-factor auth, password management, security logs, session management, password reset, etc.’
In the long-run, according to WalletInvestor, it is predicted that RaiBlocks (XRB) will end 2018 at $35 while it will hit $103 by the end of 2023.
RaiBlocks (XRB) runs on a unique block tech
What makes RaiBlock coin different from other cryptos is that it does not use a blockchain technology but something similar describes as a ‘block lattice’, meaning that each block registers its own transactions and mathematically updates accounts after exchanges.
According to its official site, RaiBlocks offers instant and fee-less transactions.
133 million XRB is the coin’s total supply which has a market capacity of $2.3 billion and it is massively traded on Kucoin, a Korean exchange, who holds 70% of the volume.
RaiBlocks can also be bought on Coinbase.
In conclusion, XRB is set to go up!
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