Both Chainlink and Basic Attention Token have proven their merit in terms of being independent assets in the cryptosphere. Bitcoin dominance is a key concern for altcoin enthusiasts, although the number has fallen in recent years. As more trustworthy projects spring up within the ecosystem, people will begin using more viable solutions, and liquidity is a factor all blockchain-based developers need to keep in mind.
Brave 1.0 was unleashed a day ago. Brave rewards will now be extended to include iOS users. Brendan Eich, the CEO, and co-founder of this project will conduct an AMA session at around 2 am [IST] tomorrow; he hopes to fight against the phenomena of “surveillance capitalism” as Brave’s popularity climbs across the globe. Pretty soon, the platform will house 10 million active users.
Check out the official press release for more information pertaining to the latest version of the browser which was running on Beta till now.
Trivia from Brave co-founder Brian Bondy (whom @brendaneich originally recruited as a Windows programmer): other names the company seriously considered included Gladiator, Dynamo, and Superware. Happily, the name Brownie was quickly rejected. https://t.co/ss22jun7tk
— Stephen Shankland (@stshank) November 13, 2019
Chainlink is positioned at #14 in the market. The trading volume recorded stands at approximately $223.945 million. As of this instant, the total market cap of Chainlink amounts to $1.097 billion. The price surged at a rate of 7% in the course of the past 24-hours. This, in turn, helped $LINK rise all the way up to the $3.14 mark where it presently holds.
Basic Attention Token is ranked at #29 in the market. The trading volume recorded is $77.071 million, whereas the supply has 1,356,386,751 BAT tokens in play. The total market cap of Basic Attention Token is $355.771 million. Within a day, the price grew at a rate of 7.3%. This aided BAT in soaring to reach $0.262293 where it currently rests.