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EOS (EOS) Declined 1.49% in Less than 24 Hours

EOS is an interesting coin, even among cryptocurrencies. It was developed to be a development platform, similarly to Ethereum, and the high amount of potential that it had earned it the chance to be considered an Ethereum killer. However, the coin ran into numerous difficulties along the way, and its price suffered as a result.

EOS in 2019

On December 18th, 2018, EOS once again managed to breach a resistance at $2.40, which then started acting as a support level. EOS entered the new year right above this level, even though it breached it several times throughout January and early days of February.

EOS (EOS) had a bad 24 hours as the crypto declined $-0.0498 or -1.49% trading at $3.31. According to analyst EOS (EOS) eyes $3.641 target on the road to $6.54898550851922. EOS last traded at Bitfinex exchange. It had a high of $3.38 and low of $3.15 for March 4-5. The open was $3.36. About 4.46M EOS worth $14.65M traded hands.

EOS (EOS) is up 37.92% in the last 30 days from $2.4 per coin. Its down -2.65% in the last 100 days since when traded at $3.4 and the annual trend is down. 200 days ago EOS traded at $5.58. EOS has 1.04 billion coins mined giving it $3.43B market cap. EOS maximum coins available are. EOS uses DPoS algorithm and DPoS proof type. It was started on 26/06/2017.

EOS Coin Trading (Buying and Selling)

EOS can be traded on these cryptocurrency exchanges: Upbit, Kucoin, Coindeal, LBank, C2CX, WazirX, HitBTC, Coinrail, OEX, Cryptomate, Cryptopia, Huobi, BitFlip, Poloniex, Liqui, BitMart, OKEx, Exmo, EXX, Bitbns, Koinex, BCEX,, Kraken, Livecoin, GOPAX, RightBTC, Binance, TOPBTC, Neraex, Bitfinex, CoinEx, OTCBTC, Ovis, DigiFinex, BigONE, Zebpay, Hotbit, OpenLedger DEX, CoinExchange, Bit-Z, Instant Bitex, Tidebit, Fatbtc, Bibox, Exrates, YoBit, ABCC, DragonEX, CoinBene, DOBI trade, Coinsuper, IDAX and Bithumb.

It is usually not presently possible to buy alternative cryptocurrencies such as EOS directly using U.S. dollars. Investors seeking to acquire EOS should first buy Ethereum or Bitcoin using an exchange that deals in U.S. dollars such as Coinbase, Gemini or GDAX.

About Steve Anderrson

Steve Anderson is an Australian crypto enthusiast. He is a specialist in management and trading for over 5 years. Steve has worked as a crypto trader, he loves learning about decentralisation, understanding the true potential of the blockchain. Join the official channel of thecoinrepublic, For the latest news updates:

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