11 Mar 2019 #Bitcoin
So far, March has been a pretty eventful month for the crypto space. The market has seen another bull run, which was followed by a slight correction, and now the prices are going up again, albeit with a bit less enthusiasm than the first time. However, the investors are very optimistic, and while the crypto prices are not surging anywhere near as much as they did in 2017, many have still taken the current situation as proof that the crypto winter is finally at its end.
Even though the prices are going up and crypto trading and investing have found a new strength — this is not all that awaits coin holders in March. Indeed, there are many events scheduled to happen throughout this month, most of which are more than worthy of keeping an eye on.
Most of the events in March will revolve around numerous projects launching their own TestNets and MainNets, thus separating themselves from the networks they originated on.
When it comes to TestNets, Insolar (INS) already launched its own on March 4th, but another project, Enigma (ENG) has yet to go through with the launch of its TestNet, which is scheduled to occur on March 31st.
On the other hand, there are many more MainNet launches, with the first one coming on March 15th by a project called Theta Token (THETA). After that, Steem (STEEM) will launch its own MainNet on March 24th, while March 31st will seemingly be the busiest day of the month in this regard. On this day, numerous projects will launch their networks, including Quarkchain (QKC), IoTex (IOTX), Mainframe (MFT), Aelf (ELF), QLINK (QLC), and Simple Token (OST).
However, a few more events are to be expected on this day as well, such as Nucleus Vision's (NCASH) NA product launch, Dent's (DENT) addition of SMS into the dApps and voice telephony, while Aeron (ARN) will launch its mobile wallet, and finally Mithril (MITH) has scheduled vault payment launch for this date.
Apart from that, Einsteinium (EMC2) miners should keep in mind that on March 11th, only two days from now, this project will see block halvening.
Another very important event for crypto investors to keep an eye on is a new token sale that will be held on Binance Launchpad on March 19th. The ICO will feature a token known as CELR, a native cryptocurrency of a project called Celer Network.
The token sale will start at around 14:00 (UTC), and if it ends up being anything like the previous two token sales held on Binance Launchpad — it will likely be over within seconds. Those interested in participating should know that tokens can only be purchased in exchange for Binance's native cryptocurrency, Binance Coin (BNB). The minimum investment will be $20 worth of coins, while the price of 1 CELR will be at around $0.0067.
The ICO will offer 597,014,925 CELR, although the coin supply will likely be sold rather quickly, just like BitTorrent token (BTT) and Fetch.AI (FET) which hed their ICOs on January 28th and February 25th, respectively.
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