Exchanges are platforms where sellers meet buyers without having to advertise their offers, making deals directly. The trader who puts up a new bid for the price in the market is called a "Maker", and the trader who accepts the existing conditions is a "Taker".
Last week, the total market capitalization remained within the narrow corridor of 719 - 800 billion USD. The market continues accumulating the consequences of the FTX exchange's collapse and looking for new possible reasons for growth. This week, the immediate attention of traders will be focused on macro statistics and
Crypto market is not going to give up and actively demonstrates it. After the strongest collapse caused by the fall of one of the world's largest exchanges - FTX, for the second week in a row we can see growth. The week started with $776.3 billion. Then we saw
The past week actually began immediately with a renewal of the local total-cap anti-record. Starting at $751.9 billion, the total capitalization index first renewed its low, reaching $734.2 billion (the last time such capitalization values were observed in December 2020), but then there was a rebound and gradual
"Black Friday" in the cryptocurrency market continued for the second week in a row. After the previous rapid drop, the total capitalization index of the cryptocurrency market continued to decline, but with a smaller amplitude. Starting the period at $801.1 billion, the index showed sideways movement in the range
Interlude 2022 was a difficult and challenging year, not only for crypto-enthusiasts, but also for the global economy as a whole. Post-pandemic problems with logistics, inflation, and the balance of payments of developed countries were greatly complicated by military conflicts in Europe, political uncertainty in the US and China, and
The past week can be surely called one of the darkest in the history of the crypto market. At the moment when the market's bottom and its possible gradual turn towards growth seemed to be looming, one of the largest centralized exchanges - FTX - went bankrupt, which caused a