The Best of Cryptocurrency 2021

Here at Token Metrics, we understand that our most valuable asset is you, our audience.  With your help, we have put together a special ceremony called the Moon Awards. The Moon Awards will put important aspects of cryptocurrency under review, with the best items in each category decided by your vote. The Moon Awards With so many facets of cryptocurrency to cover, we have broken…

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Why The Fake Walmart/Litecoin News Was Actually Pretty Credible

The crypto news cycle got a jumpstart on Monday, September 13, 2021 with the alleged news that Walmart would begin accepting Litecoin as payment for its products. It didn’t take long for the crypto market to respond accordingly. LTC skyrocketed some 30% in the wake of this purported partnership with one of the largest American retailers. Where it had previously been trading in a range…

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What Evergrande Means For Crypto

At the surface level, the implosion of a Chinese real estate conglomerate shouldn’t have much to do with cryptocurrency. But there are at least a few connections worth knowing about between this company and the overall crypto market. Let’s get into them below. But first, what’s the deal with Evergrande? In a soundbyte, China is having a Lehman Brothers moment right now. Evergrande Group is…

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Why You Probably Shouldn’t Be Using Coinbase

Just because something is popular doesn’t make it the best. Coinbase is the large, publicly-traded, heavily regulated US crypto company that went public earlier this year to the tune of many billions of dollars. This crypto exchange platform serves as a highly accessible trading hub for a number of people who might otherwise not be involved in the cryptocurrency space. In the noisy, technical, and…

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What’s The Deal With The (3, 3) Meme In Crypto?

If you’ve seen Twitter handles ending in “(3, 3)” and wondering what that’s all about, you’re not alone. We’re going to unpack this (rather technical) in-joke so that you can get in on understanding it as well. Getting to the bottom of the (3, 3) meme all starts with a discussion of a crypto project called OlympusDAO and its associated token, OHM. It happens that…

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