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July 18, 2019
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Altcoins Share Spoils; Ontology, DigiByte, Revain, EOS Take Moonshots Amid Market Surge

Most major altcoins helped themselves to +10% gains during Monday’s market recovery – a surge which saw the global market cap climb 12% overall, and sent Bitcoin back to the $3,600 range.

Several altcoins raced ahead of the pack, logging between 20% and 107% gains for the day, with DigiByte (DGB), Ontology (ONT), Revain (R), MOAC (MOAC), EOS (EOS) (covered earlier) and Arbitrage (ARB) most prominent among them.

DigiByte Price – DBG/USD

From the daily low of $0.008336, DGB’s dollar value climbed just over 22% up to $0.010210, with the peak landing at around 20:30 UTC.

DigiByte volumes doubled over the course of the day – ahead of the 50% volume increase experienced by the market in general. Still without a Binance listing, despite a long and messy mud-slinging process between Jared Tate and Binance’s CZ, the majority of DGB’s action came from Bittrex, Poloniex and Sistemkoin. Over 75% of all trades came against BTC.

Ontology Price – ONT/USD

Ontology climbed to 31% growth from trough to peak, moving from a coin price of $0.460371 up to $0.605721.

Ontology fell 95% since January’s peak, landing at an ATL (all-time low) in the $0.40 range on December 15th. As one of the NEO platform’s most successful token launches, ONT has literally never found itself at such low prices in its short nine-month existence.

Over 60% of ONT trades went through USDT on Monday, with Binance, Huobi, DigiFinex and OKEx making up close to 80% of overall movements.

Revain Price – R/USD

Revain shot to 61% growth in little over twelve hours, climbing from a coin price of $0.129126 up to $0.208672 by Monday afternoon. Since then the token price fell back to the $0.173 range – a more than 25% pullback.

Despite its relatively unknown status, Revain has averaged daily trade volumes of $2.5 million for the last two quarters of the year – an average volume higher than many coins and tokens in and around the top thirty.


Just over 99% of MOAC’s trade volume came from one exchange and one trading pair today, namely the MOAC/USDT market on CoinBene.

From the daily low of $0.431884, MOAC climbed 55% against the dollar, landing at a peak of $0.669675. Trade volumes more than quintupled throughout the day, rising from $25,000 to close to $130,000.

MOAC fell 98% from its all-time high back in February, just a month after launch. December 14th marked an all-time low for the coin when it fell to the $0.32 range, from an all-time high of $18.46.

Arbitrage Price – ARB/USD

ARB volumes rose 1,633% in the last two days as the token price climbed 107% from $4.13 to $8.56.

All 100% of ARB’s trades came from just one exchange – CoinExchange, where ARB/ETH made up 93% of the action. ARB/BTC made up the rest.

Arbitrage launched in Q3 of 2018, and went relatively under the radar until a near 1,000% surge in October put it on the map, and in the market cap top hundred.

Disclaimer: The author owns bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but does not engage in short-term or day-trading.

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