Stellar Price Rising Despite Bitcoin Price Decline

Stellar Price Rising Despite Bitcoin Price Decline

The bitcoin price has been in decline recently, and many altcoin prices have fallen in its wake. However, the bitcoin price decline has not affected the stellar price. In fact, while the bitcoin price fell 15% during the past week, the stellar price increased nearly 40%. CCN examines the stellar price increase to help traders make informed investing decisions. Stellar Price Rising Despite Bitcoin Price Decline. The stellar price has increased more than 35% over the past seven days. The bitcoin price has been falling over the past couple weeks, potentially due to the much-hyped Alibaba IPO.....


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