Blackcoin Price Falls Back into the Red

Blackcoin Price Falls Back into the Red

Blackcoin. Throughout its brief lifespan, Blackcoin has defied expectations and found success in the wild-west of the altcoin markets by innovating with features such as Blackhalo. However, the Blackcoin price has declined quite a bit since peaking in mid-April. The Blackcoin price decline continued over the past week. CCN examines this altcoin price decline. Also Read: Blackcoin Replaces Litecoin on Cryptocurrency Exchange Bittrex. Blackcoin Price Falls Back into the Red. After declining for the bulk of the Summer, the Blackcoin price rallied in September, reaching 15,900 satoshis due to....


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