Top Social Gainers for Friday, March 15th, 2019
Here are today's biggest emerging stories in crypto, based on Santiment's data:
- Qtum (880+ new mentions in last 36hrs)
Qtum leaps +32% in 2 hrs, reaches 3-month high $2.80 after announcing a partnership with fintech banking solution Zeux.
The collab should allow QTUM holders to spend their tokens at any Apple Pay or Samsung Pay point-of-sales terminals.
The coin settled down following the rally, now trading in the $2.50 range and down 2% in the last 24hrs.
- Neblio/Eddy (280+ combined new mentions in last 36hrs)
Seems like anytime a project does an AMA on Binance’s telegram, it ends up on our top 10 list for the day.
Such is the case with Neblio, whose cofounder and lead developer Eddy answered questions on differences to Ethereum, recent Tachyon network upgrade, the project’s 2019 roadmap and more.
It also just so happens that NEBL is up 7.6% for the day. Are Binance AMA pumps gonna become a thing now?
- Doge (320+ new mentionn in last 36hrs)
The memeiest crypto community, r/dogecoin holds a 10000 DOGE giveaway for one lucky redditor.
A total of 622 replies entered the raffle, before /u/sunchip23117 was crowned the sole winner.
His 10000 Doge-worthy comment? “Much wow” 👌
- Dent (400+ new mentions in last 36hrs)
DENT coin gains 10% in a day, after the project claims a first international phone call was made today with the DENT App.
According to the tweet, DENT World-Telco is “to be released in the next 2 weeks for calls in 50 countries.”
- USD (1800+ new mentions in last 36hrs)
A lot of “told you so”s on the crypto social media today, as Tether updates the terms on its website to say that the stablecoin may not be 100% backed by $1 in the bank for each USDT.
The website now says that Tether’s reserves “may include other assets and receivables from loans made by Tether to third parties, which may include affiliated entities (collectively, “reserves”)”
One redditor used the news to preach about DAI as an alternative to USDT, in a thread which quickly gained popularity on r/cryptocurrency.
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