BitShares (CURRENCY:BTS) traded 2.8% lower against the dollar during the one day period ending at 20:00 PM ET on June 10th. During the last week, BitShares has traded down 18.1% against the dollar. One BitShares coin can currently be bought for approximately $0.0514 or 0.00000140 BTC on major exchanges. BitShares has a total market capitalization of $153.86 million and approximately $13.51 million worth of BitShares was traded on exchanges in the last day.
Here’s how other cryptocurrencies have performed during the last day:
- Cardano (ADA) traded down 5.3% against the dollar and now trades at $1.54 or 0.00004179 BTC.
- Uniswap (UNI) traded 5.8% lower against the dollar and now trades at $23.67 or 0.00064330 BTC.
- Algorand (ALGO) traded 0.2% lower against the dollar and now trades at $1.04 or 0.00002831 BTC.
- Theta Fuel (TFUEL) traded down 7.8% against the dollar and now trades at $0.53 or 0.00001428 BTC.
- Avalanche (AVAX) traded 7.3% lower against the dollar and now trades at $14.21 or 0.00038625 BTC.
- TerraUSD (UST) traded down 0.1% against the dollar and now trades at $1.00 or 0.00002713 BTC.
- Hedera Hashgraph (HBAR) traded down 5.3% against the dollar and now trades at $0.21 or 0.00000559 BTC.
- Elrond (EGLD) traded down 5.3% against the dollar and now trades at $87.62 or 0.00238099 BTC.
- NEAR Protocol (NEAR) traded 7.7% lower against the dollar and now trades at $2.97 or 0.00008078 BTC.
- Helium (HNT) traded 5.1% lower against the dollar and now trades at $13.12 or 0.00035663 BTC.
BitShares Coin Profile
According to CryptoCompare, “Delegated Proof-of-Stake Consensus Delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS) is a new method of securing a crypto-currency’s network. DPOS attempts to solve the problems of both Bitcoin’s traditional Proof of Work system, and the Proof of Stake system of Peercoin and NXT. DPOS implements a layer of technological democracy to offset the negative effects of centralization. Delegated proof of stake mitigates the potential negative impacts of centralization through the use of witnesses (formaly called delegates). A total of N witnesses sign the blocks and are voted on by those using the network with every transaction that gets made. By using a decentralized voting process, DPOS is by design more democratic than comparable systems. Rather than eliminating the need for trust all together, DPOS has safeguards in place the ensure that those trusted with signing blocks on behalf of the network are doing so correctly and without bias. Additionally, each block signed must have a verification that the block before it was signed by a trusted node. DPOS eliminates the need to wait until a certain number of untrusted nodes have verified a transaction before it can be confirmed. This reduced need for confirmation produces an increase in speed of transaction times. By intentionally placing trust with the most trustworthy of potential block signers, as decided by the network, no artificial encumbrance need be imposed to slow down the block signing process. DPOS allows for many more transactions to be included in a block than either proof of work or proof of stake systems. DPOS technology allows cryptocurrency technology to transact at a level where it can compete with the centralized clearinghouses like Visa and Mastercard. Such clearinghouses administer the most popular forms of electronic payment systems in the world. In a delegated proof of stake system centralization still occurs, but it is controlled. Unlike other methods of securing cryptocurrency networks, every client in a DPOS system has the ability to decide who is trusted rather than trust concentrating in the hands of those with the most resources. DPOS allows the network to reap some of the major advantages of centralization, while still maintaining some calculated measure of decentralization. This system is enforced by a fair election process where anyone could potentially become a delegated representative of the majority of users. “
BitShares Coin Trading
It is usually not presently possible to buy alternative cryptocurrencies such as BitShares directly using U.S. dollars. Investors seeking to trade BitShares should first buy Bitcoin or Ethereum using an exchange that deals in U.S. dollars such as Coinbase, GDAX or Gemini. Investors can then use their newly-acquired Bitcoin or Ethereum to buy BitShares using one of the exchanges listed above.
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