Although, Bitcoin (BTC) has been managing its present $4,000 position, but this morning, the cryptocurrency market is deeply enmeshed in a red colour. However, DigiByte (DGB) and Tezos (XTZ) are surprisingly green, defying the present situation of the crypto market.
DigiByte (DGB); Behind The Sudden Growth
Nearly all coins are in red, save for DigiByte (DGB) and Tezos (XTZ). At the time of writing, DigiByte has seen 9% price increase, with a market cap of $168 million and a 24h market volume of over $2 million.
With enormous use cases, DigiByte has been able to coast the mind of many a number of tech savvies who see the technologies unveiled by DigiByte as the future.
Hard About DigiByte (DGB)’s Digi-ID?
Digi-ID for example, is a fast and secured way for people to log in to website, apps, and even building security using the DigiByte blockchain.
Digi-ID is a fast and secure way to log in to website, applications, or even building security powered by the DigiByte Blockchain. It functions as a security technology that works perfectly with biometric detection services with its support for all biometric authentication methods as configured in the phone’s settings. In the same line, Digi-ID even supports all devices without fingerprint hardware, however, they are forced to enable device security.
DigiAssets Is the Future
Talking about use cases, DigiByte is one of the blockchain platform. Recently, the platform unveiled a project branded as DigiAssets, a secure, scalable secondary layer on top of the global DigiByte blockchain that gives room for decentralized issuance of assets, tokens, smart contracts, digital identity and lots more.
Tezos (XTZ) Is Up, But What’s Behind It
The price of Tezos has been increasing for some time now. As at the time of writing, Tezos (XTZ) is changing hands at $0.795621 USD after seeing over 16% price upsurge. The market cap of XTZ stays at $528 million and its 24h market volume is $12 million.
Nothing is behind the sudden price increase of XTZ other than the fact that the fact that the platform just achieved the first of voting for its two competing system-wide upgrade proposals dubbed “Athens A” and “Athens B”.
During the voting round, Athens A led with 18,181 votes in a community of 25,855.
According to a post on Tezos platform, “the Tezos Foundation decided to remain neutral by not upvoting any proposals …. As noted, this contributes to the required quorum and further elevates the voices of other members of the Tezos community in this historic first vote.”