Cryptocurrency news: EOS mainnet release, Bitcoin better than stocks? (Hindi)

In this cryptocurrency news roundup, we look at the EOS mainnet launch. The price of EOS has rallied by more than 17% after the mainnet release partly due to the mainnet software release by and partly with the organic rally in the market. EOS cryptocurrency is currently trading at $14.60 in the market. In an interesting report that’s trending currently, Bitcoin has given investors 198% return since the last year, beating the returns by even the top Fortune 500 companies. Another boost for Bitcoin has come from IMF which has put up an image of BTC showcasing it as the future of payments. Lastly, we shift our attention to Ethereum where its co-founder Vitalik Buterin has said that ETH could eventually process 1 million transactions per second thanks to techniques such as Plasma and Sharding.


Cryptocurrency Market Gains $10 Billion; EOS Surges 16%, Bitcoin Price at $7,650:

EOS Price Pumps after Mainnet Release, But This Rally’s Not Quite Organic:

Bitcoin has given investors 198% return since June 2017, more gains than Top 10 Fortune 500 companies:

IMF’s website features the picture of Bitcoin as the “future of payment” on its homepage:

Vitalik Buterin: Ethereum Will Eventually Achieve 1 Million Transactions Per Second: Vitalik Buterin:

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