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NEO’s +24.6% Surge Pushes CD Large-Cap Index to 2019 High

 
NEO’s +24.6% Surge Pushes CD Large-Cap Index to 2019 High
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The CryptoDaily 21 Leaders Cryptocurrency Index jumped sharply to 54.54 on Saturday from 51.62 on Friday, a 5.65% surge. The 21 Leaders Index is up 16.93% over the past 7 days and is up 23.84% over the past 30 days. Ontology (ONT) led the Index higher with a 10.9% gain to US$ 789.02 million as traders reacted to news that the Ontology network is opening three new Telegram communities, making the community accessible in seventeen languages. IOTA (MIOTA) also contributed with +10.5% gains while Binance Coin (BNB) led the losers with a 0.8% drop.

The CryptoDaily Large-Cap Cryptocurrency Index rallied to 36.55 on Saturday from 34.67 on Friday, a 5.42% jump. The Large-Cap Index is up +11.30% over the past 7 days and is up +22.73% over the past 30 days. NEO’s (NEO) led the gainers with a massive 24.6% climb to a market capitalisation of US$ 23.6 billion as traders continued to react to news that Switcheo Exchange has $EOS/$NEO as a live trading pair, and NEO confirmed the pair was constructed using atomic swaps for settlement. Ontology (ONT) also notched a gain of +10.9% while Binance Coin (BNB) was lower by 0.8%.

The CryptoDaily Mid-Cap Cryptocurrency Index jumped higher to 50.71 on Saturday from 48.75 on Friday, a 4.02% gain. The Mid-Cap Index is up 0.68% over the past 7 days and is up 7.14% over the past 30 days. HyperCash (HC) again led the gainers with an impressive 18.7% climb to a market capitalisation of US$ 171.7 million. NANO (NANO) also contributed to gains with a 7.6% improvement and ARK (ARK) led the decliners with a 2.4% fall.

The CryptoDaily Small-Cap Cryptocurrency Index remained unchanged at 3.02 on Saturday from 3.02 on Friday. The Small-Cap Index is off 5.33% over the past 7 days and is up 2.72% over the past 30 days. REN (REN) led the climbers with a +14.2% gain to a market capitalisation of US$ 45.05 million. GAS (GAS) also moved higher with a 7.9% ascent while FunFair (FUN) led the weaker names with a 9.4% decline.

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