Bitcoin is positioned at #1, and the dominance rate associated with it has dropped to 66% within a week. The trading volume recorded stands at roughly $19.484 billion, while the supply has 18,044,200 BTC coins in play as part of circulation. The total market cap of Bitcoin amounts to $158.188 billion for now. The price declined [albeit marginally] at a rate of 0.37% in the course of the past 24-hours. This, in turn, caused BTC to dip all the way down to the $8766.71 mark where it currently holds.
I am not so sure I want to be a seller of this market right now in this very position. All shorts have been closed out.
— Cantering Clark (@CanteringClark) November 12, 2019
Ben Askren is a renowned UFC fighter whose record proves his mettle in the octagon. He was present at the Litecoin Summit [which was held in Las Vegas, Nevada] this year, alongside Ron Paul [a Congressman from Texas whom he favors] and many others who share his viewpoint. He recently announced the arrival of a brand new podcast titled “What is Bitcoin”. Ben’s first guest was none other than John Kim [an LTC evangelist] who’s a close friend; the duo chose to explain to audience members as to how one could tackle the “double-spend” crisis which affects various networks.
First episode FunkyCrypto podcast. Attempted to answer the question “What is Bitcoin” with simple language! Give it a listen https://t.co/Fl4XR1YHyN. Thanks to @eToro for sponsoring! @SatoshiLite @bitcoin @johnkim77 pic.twitter.com/fHebaGZzAm
— Ben Askren (@Benaskren) November 9, 2019
Askren’s record [in the octagon] was unblemished up to the point when he met Jorge Masvidal; the latter proved to be an incredibly accurate warrior. Ben sustained his second loss on October 26th this year.