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|The price of #LCX today is $0.038 USD.|
The lowest LCX price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.038, and the exact current price of one LCX crypto coin is $0.03788.
The all-time high LCX coin price was $0.62.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of LCX with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for LCX crypto currency is also #LCX. |
LCX is 3.7 years old.
|The current market capitalization for LCX is $32,114,781.|
LCX is ranking upwards to #351 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a medium volume of trading today on #LCX.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for LCX is $257,544.
|The circulating supply of LCX is 847,851,476 coins, which is 89% of the total coin supply.|
More LCX (#LCX) News
|Leading Exchange Lists XRP for Trading Against EUR Following Ripple's Re...
Bybit has announced that it will introduce XRP trading against the Euro on its spot trading platform. This comes after Ripple's recent legal win against the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which has renewed interest in the digital coin.
In a Sept. 4 announcement, Bybit confirmed the diversification of its trading pairs to include XRP/EUR. This addition gives users the advantage of trading XRP seamlessly for Euro, thereby expanding the investment options available on the platform.
XRP/EUR, Bybit has also introduced Euro trading pairs for seven other cryptocurrencies, including BTC/EUR, ETH/EUR, LTC/EUR, DOGE/EUR, ADA/EUR, USDC/EUR, and SOL/EUR, therefore catering to its diverse user base.
US District Judge Analisa Torres ruled that XRP is not considered a security when purchased by retail investors via crypto exchanges or used by service providers. This has prompted cryptocurrency exchanges to fasten the listing or re-listing of XRP, creating new investment opportunities for users.
Bybit's move to list XRP/EUR follows a similar trend within the industry. The Liechtenstein Cryptoassets Exchange (LCX) had already listed XRP against popular trading pairs, including USDC, Euro, and its native currency, LCX, shortly after Ripple's legal win.
Other major platforms, such as Gemini, Coinbase, Kraken, and Crypto.com, have added XRP back to their services.
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|SEC Deems DASH, ALGO, and OMG 'Unregistered Securities' in Bittrex Lawsu...
According to the recent complaint by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) against Bittrex, the securities regulator insists that a few crypto asset tokens were offered and sold as investment contracts and are securities. The news follows the SEC's designation of several crypto assets as securities, including the case against Terraform Labs, which insists that LUNA and UST were sold as unregistered securities. Additionally, a lawsuit initiated by New York attorney general Letitia James against Kucoin insists that ethereum is also an unregistered security.Lawsuits Against Crypto Exchanges Bring Lack of Clarity Over Security vs. Commodity Status to the Forefront
This year, U.S. regulators are designating a number of crypto assets as unregistered securities, and the allegations are buried in lawsuits against several crypto exchanges. Bittrex is the latest crypto exchange to be sued this year, following lawsuits against trading platforms such as Binance US, Kucoin, and Coinex, after the SEC accused Bittrex of operating 'an unregistered national securities exchange, broker, and clearing agency.' In the lawsuit against Bittrex, the SEC insists that DASH, ALGO, TKN, NGC, and OMG are unregistered securities.
As an example, on page 35, the SEC emphasized that 'investors in OMG had a reasonable expectation of profits based on the efforts of others' while discussing the Omisego Project. The securities regulator claims that 'materials available at the time of the [initial coi...
|Lawyers Challenge SEC's Attempt at Labelling 9 Tokens as Securities
As the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) continues vying for regulatory presence over the crypto market, a high-profile industry lawsuit looks poised to answer more questions about how far its authority should reach.
Lawyers defending Ishan Wahi – a former Coinbase manager accused of insider trading – are challenging the SEC’s claim that a list of 9 cryptos Wahi interacted with are, in fact, securities.
Which Cryptos Are Securities?
Per an argument filed on Monday, Wahi’s lawyers claimed that the SEC was attempting to establish authority over the crypto asset sector by setting precedent through the courts, rather than obtaining it from congress.
In July, the DOJ filed an indictment against Ishan Wahi, his brother Nikhil Wahi, and their friend Sameer Ramani for taking part in a cryptocurrency insider trading scheme. The group profited $1.5 million by taking advantage of Ishan’s insider knowledge about new tokens that would be listed on Coinbase, prior to their public announcement.
While Nikhil has since pled guilty to such charges, his brother Ishan has not. According to the latter's lawyers, the cryptocurrencies with which the brothers traded – including AMP, RLY, POWR, and LCX – aren’t actually securities. Thus, no securities laws could have been violated to begin with.
“The SEC seeks to distort the federal securities laws beyond all recognition, and win for itself regulatory domain ov...
|Dogecoin (DOGE) Soars 8%, But An Uptick In This Metric Suggests A Pullba...
Dogecoin (DOGE) and other altcoins are stealing some of Bitcoin’s shine as the benchmark crypto stalls at its current levels. However, the recent rally could spell trouble for optimistic traders and investors waiting for a continuation of the trend.
As of this writing, Dogecoin (DOGE) trades at $0.08 with sideways movement in the last 24 hours. Over the previous seven days, the meme coin still records an 8% profit. In the crypto top 10, DOGE stands amongst the best performers, surpassed only by Cardano (ADA) and Polygon (MATIC).
Dogecoin’s Rally Stirs The Crowds, Is A Retrace Imminent? Data from Coingecko indicates positive development for meme coins. The sector records around $20 billion in total market cap, a 2% increase in 24 hours, and $1 billion in trading volume over the same period.
In addition to Dogecoin, Shiba Inu (SHIB), Baby Dogecoin, and Bonk have captured the attention of crypto investors. The second of these assets experience a 23% rally in the past week alone, hinting at the increase in risk appetite from digital asset enthusiasts.
The Bitcoin rally deep into the $20,000 territory has flipped the crypto market’s sentiment. As a result, Dogecoin and other meme coins are resurging and outperforming more significant digital assets.
Additional data from analytics firm Santiment registered increased levels of positive interaction across social media platforms. This suggests that users are more willing to take long positions, swelling the liquid...
|Bittrex Fined With $53 Million For Violating Anti-Money Laundering Laws
Cryptocurrencies are supposed to be censorship resistant... Cryptocurrency exchanges, not so much. Bittrex found this out the hard way after a record fine imposed by the U.S. regulators.
On October 11, the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) announced that Bittrex, a Washington-based cryptocurrency exchange, will be fined $53 million for violating multiple securities laws.
According to the statement, Bittrex violated sanctions laws and anti-money laundering obligations, resulting in two fines of more than $24 million and $29 million, respectively. This would be the largest enforcement action ever imposed by the OFAC on a cryptocurrency exchange.
Sanctioned Countries Moved Nearly $263 Million in Bittrex
According to the OFAC, Bittrex allowed individuals from Crimea, Cuba, Iran, Sudan, and Syria to use its platform to move nearly $263,451,600.13 between March 2014 and December 2017.
Bittrex agreed to pay $24,280,829.20 to the U.S. regulators for making 116,421 apparent violations of multiple sanctions programs and $29,280,829.20 for its willful violations of the BSA's AML program and SAR requirements.
The fine emphasizes the importance of implementing appropriate controls in compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act's (BSA's) anti-money laundering (AML) sanctions and obligations to the crypto industry, according to OFAC.
It further stated that 'inaction,' lack of proper background research, o...
|Top Exchanges Mark Readiness For Vasil, Can Cardano Rally To $1?
The Cardano Vasil hard fork is currently the second most anticipated upgrade in the crypto space, right behind the Ethereum Merge. This hard fork is just as important to the Cardano network as it not only improves the experience of developing on the network, it also strengthens the security of the blockchain. September has now been set as the month of the hard fork, and the most recent announcement from IOG shows that the network is almost there.
Top Exchanges Getting Ready For Vasil
Previously, IOG, the developer behind the Cardano network, had made it known that it needed to reach three different metrics for the hard fork to be completed. These included that at least 75% of all SPOs would have upgraded the final node version, the top 10 decentralized applications (DApps) would have upgraded to Vasil-supported nodes, and lastly, was that at least 25 top exchanges which represented 80% of all ADA liquidity would be ready for the upgrade.
The first two metrics had quickly been hit. This is no surprise given both of these requirements needed to be carried out by the SPOs and DApps who were already Cardano natives. The exchanges part has proven to be the most difficult. However, some exchanges have taken the bull by the horns and have since become ready for the hard fork.
Among the top exchanges that have reported readiness for Vasil are Gate.io, OKX, BTCTurk, and WhiteBit. All of these exchanges are now able to support ADA post-hard fork. IOG tweeted this on Tuesday in a...
|Sports NFT Marketplace Lympo Suffers An $18.7 Million Hack
The latest in the industry is the hacking of Lympo, a sports NFT platform and a subsidiary of Animoca Brands. Through hot wallet hacking, the platform just lost about 165.2 million LMT tokens, equivalent to $18.7 million during the time of this hack.
Cryptocurrency hacking, though not frequently experienced, remains of the risks that some protocols have to suffer.
An update through Medium from the Lympo team confirms the recent hacking from the platform on Jan 10. According to the report, the hackers accessed the protocol’s operational hot wallet and looted about 165.2 million LMT tokens.
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Furthermore, the post revealed that the cybersecurity attack led to the compromise of 10 different project wallets. Also, the majority of the hacked tokens were moved to one single address from where they were swapped on both Sushiswap and Uniswap for Ether (ETH) and were later transferred somewhere else.
With this looting of the LMT from its hot wallets, the price of the token plummeted by 92% to $0.0093.
Lympo Team To Fix Grudges
Subsequently, the protocol’s team released a tweet stating that they are striving to stabilize the circumstance as well as to return their operations to normal. Additionally, the team mentioned its removal of liquidity LMT from liquidity pools. According to them, this will help in reducing the crypto price disruption.
Moreover, the team by...