Top Social Gainers for Sunday, February 17th, 2019
Here are today's biggest emerging stories in crypto, based on Santiment's data:
- Ong/Ont (670+ new mentions in the last 24 hours)
Ong’s recent listing on Binance is still on everyone’s minds.
While both Ontology’s coins (ONG and ONT) surged after the announcement Friday, they’ve struggled to keep the momentum over the last 24 hours.
ONG’s currently down 5.9% for the day, while ONT’s virtually breaking even atm.
- Jpm (100+ new mentions in the last 24 hours)
Crypto pundits seems to already be turning on JPM, a JP Morgan-backed coin which will be used to facilitate payments between the lender’s clients.
Critics are questioning whether the coin should even be called a cryptocurrency, as the digital asset will be private, permissioned and centralized, in stark comparison to most crypto projects.
- Delisting/delisted (100+ new mentions in the last 24 hours)
Folks are still shook about Binance’s upcoming delisting of 5 different coins, which will take place on February 22 at 10:00 AM (UTC).
Delisted coins include CloakCoin (CLOAK), SALT (SALT), Modum (MOD), Substratum (SUB) and Wings (WINGS).
- Appc (184+ new mentions in the last 24 hours)
Following its short-lived Valentine’s day rally, APPC leapt once again over the last 36 hours.
The coin improved by 26% yesterday, reaching a 3-month high 2031 Satoshi before starting to head south once again.
It’s currently down 8% for the day.
- Storj (250+ new mentions in the last 24 hours)
Storj pumps by 150% yesterday, before taking a sharp U turn downwards.
Nobody seems sure about what prompted the pump, although some attribute it to rumours of a possible Coinbase listing.
Either way, the coin plunged soon after reaching a 4-month high 0.349%, and is currently down 15.1% for the day.
- Gas (600+ new mentions in the last 24 hours)
GAS rises by 36% amid new details about Neo 3.0
GAS is one of 2 NEO tokens, used to pay for fees and services on the network.
After a quick incline, the coin is currently down by 19.4% for the last 24 hours.
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