Decred (DCR) Price is On the Rise. Here is Where You Can Trade this Crypto
One of reasons why a cryptocurrency is making waves in the online community is a price increase. And in the case of the past week, it is autonomous digital currency Decred (DCR) that is the hot topic among crypto holders.
As of October 24, DCR—with a market capitalization of US$17.91 million—was trading at US$47.73 against the US dollar, 2.86 percent higher than yesterday’s value of US$48.48. At the same time, the Wednesday value increased by 20.85 percent and 27.50 percent compared with last week’s and last 30 days’, respectively.
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— Live Coin Watch • Crypto Analytics (@LiveCoinWatch) October 24, 2018
Crypto observers explained that the catalyst for the recent DCR price increase was the listing of this crypto in one of the biggest exchange platforms in the scene.
Binance revealed on October 23 that it would support DCR on its platform. Moments later, the DCR price jumped from US$39.37 to US$47.23 in less than an hour. Currently, only pairs with Bitcoin (BTC) and Binance Coin (BNB) are available at the exchange.
— Binance (@binance) October 23, 2018
DCR is the second crypto listed by Binance after the Malta-based exchange changed its rules regarding listing fees. Binance explained that teams do not have to pay a required minimum fee to be listed in the exchange. Instead, projects could propose an amount of their choosing as a donation to a charity picked by Binance.
Exchanges with DCR Trading Pairs
Holders can also trade DCR for BTC on Hong Kong-based OKEx and on North American platforms Bittrex and Poloniex, among others.
Meanwhile, a DCR and fiat Korean Won (KRW) trading pair can be found at South Korean exchange Upbit.
New Zealand’s Cryptopia and Chinese-run Gate.io also offers trades between DCR and US dollar-pegged stablecoin Tether (USDT).
Similar with BTC, DCR is a crypto used as a mode of payment. However, the Decred platform aims to solve the problems the Bitcoin network currently has, one of which is governance.
— Chris Burniske (@cburniske) October 16, 2018
While only a handful has a say regarding changes in Bitcoin, everyone can join the decision-making on the network. Decred uses a hybrid of proof-of-work (PoW) and proof-of-stake (PoS) protocol where stakeholders can vote on consensus proposals to be made on the network.