TRON (TRX), EOS, and Skycoin (SKY)

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The market is mostly down right now, but TRON (TRX), EOS, and Skycoin (SKY) have managed to push through the slog and come out green. Let’s take a closer look at these coins.

TRON (TRX)

TRON is currently selling for $0.048044, which puts the coin up 8.30% in the past 24 hours.

Source: CoinMarketCap

The biggest news with TRON is that it has moved up as the 10th largest cryptocurrency now! Yesterday, TRX was sitting in rank #12. Today, TRON’s market cap has boosted to $3.2 billion, pushing TRX into the number 10 spot!

Now TRON fans are just waiting for TRX’s price to improve. When do you suppose that will happen?

Maybe the launch of the TRON testnet will help with that. The test net is set to go live tomorrow, so we’ll see.

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EOS

EOS is currently selling for $6.24, which puts the coin up 0.75% in the past 24 hours.

Source: CoinMarketCap

EOS is currently still ranked as the 6th largest cryptocurrency, with a market cap of $4.7 billion.

EOS has been a strong leader in the crypto market this week, often outperforming many of the other coins. Today, it is just on the edge, which means it may dip below or it could continue to grow.

Which direction do you think EOS will move in?

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Skycoin (SKY)

Skycoin is currently selling for $13.03, which puts the coin up 33.40% in the past 24 hours.

Source: CoinMarketCap

Skycoin is currently leading the rally, experiencing the highest percentage growth out of all other coins at the moment. SKY is ranked as the 94th largest cryptocurrency, with a market cap of $101 million.

SKY peaked at $15.47 today and its lowest selling point in the last 24 hours was $9.31.

Skycoin, for those that haven’t heard of this crypto before, is a blockchain application platform that is self-proclaimed to be “the only platform capable of fulfilling Satoshi’s original vision.” We’ll see, Skycoin, we shall see.

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