Nxt Rebound: Nxt Price Rises 14% in 24 Hours

Nxt Rebound: Nxt Price Rises 14% in 24 Hours

Over the past week, many altcoins have experienced significant price increases. What is striking about this trend is that it has not only affected altcoins with small market caps (whose prices are easy to manipulate) but has stretched to altcoin heavyweights such as Dogecoin and now Nxt, who have previously encountered prolonged price declines. CCN analyzes the Nxt price increase within the context of its recent downtrend. Nxt Price Rises 14% in 24 Hours. The Nxt price rose 14% in 24 hours from September 4-5. On September 4, the Nxt price was 5,980 satoshis. For most of the day, the Nxt....


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The reason you should care about bitcoin's success is not just because it can help reorganize how the financial industry is run, but because it can bring freedom and empowerment to the people who really need it ... the billions of 'un-banked' people on this planet.

Melanie Shapiro, Founder/CEO of Case Wallet, PhD in Consumer Behavior