The largest Ethereum transaction in three months time come to record at one hundred and two million dollars ($102,877,808) being transferred over in terms of ETH.
This is rather an unusual occurrence since Bitcoin is usually noted for such bulky transactions- Ethereum has been noticed, and the social media will be spitting fire over the topic along with Ethereum 2.0 that is to be set free for consumers in the 2020 Q1.
Of the top five cryptocurrencies on the trending chart as of now, Bitcoin Cash had been sheeling out pretty good returns on the carts at three (3.64%) percent. It has been trading at the three hundred and thirteen ($313.03) dollars.
Litecoin, on the flip-side, has had quite tough luck to deal with by standing at the negative two percent mark (-2.32%) in the market. It sums up to an equivalent of ninety-two dollars ($92.24) in fiat.
All the coins had been fluctuating between their boundaries with fewer to none spike action in the past few weeks. Although, crypto coins as the XRP, Litecoin and Bitcoin Cash do not currently show any clear trend but might prove beneficial to those that have a liking to rangebound currencies.
In the last twenty-four (24) hours, Ripple has been the blockchain with the most transactions occurring on it. An astounding fiat count of one million transfers (1,145,445) was added to the crypto space, which is, quite large since it is reported to be twenty-two (22%) heftier than the transactions made on Ethereum, the same day.
An indication of why this happened is theorized that XRP transaction fee is quite low compared to Ethereum. Micro-transactions made on the Ripple network contributed to such a large number of trades occurring in a single day.