Today's Crypto Lottery Winners: TeraCoin +579%, EMV 384%, Newbium 234%

Mish

The major cryptocurrencies were down earlier today but have since bounced. Like yesterday, there are some huge winners.

Another Dead Cat Bounce?

The cryptocurrency overall bloodbath reversed a bit today.

Nineteen of the top twenty cryptocurrencies as compiled by Investing.Com were in the red as I started this post(shown below).

In the time it took to finish this article (primarily looking up cryptos I never heard of), most of the major cryptos went into the green for the day.

Is this another dead cat bounce or the start of a reversal? No one knows, but I suspect the former.​

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Like yesterday, there were some huge winners.

Crypto Lottery Winners 2018-01-17

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Your winning numbers in today's CryptoLottey are: 1410, 452, 736, 731, 230. The tiebreaker is 687, drawn randomly from a pool of winners.

TeraCoin

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If you bought TeraCoin yesterday, congratulations! You are up 578%, assuming you can cash out. If you bought a week ago you are up 50%. If you bought prior to that, you are likely underwater, and massively so.

By the way, note the volume and market cap at roughly 0%. Today's trading was on the order of $200.

Ethereum Movie Venture

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The Ethereum Movie Venture coin likes to bounce from a range of $0.06-$0.20 to $1.00-$2.50. Total trading volume in the past 24 hours was under $2,000 so don't expect to buy big or cash out big.

NVO

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One look at the NVO chart suggests it's headed for a crash. Its trading volume today was about $25,000.

Newbium

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Newbium is another amusing crypto. It's 24-hour trading volume was about $500.

Medium of Exchange?

Forget about it.

Be Careful of What You Wish

Mike "Mish" Shedlock

Comments (5)
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Hipponoceros
Hipponoceros

I don't see KodakCoin on the list!

Mike Mish Shedlock
Mike Mish Shedlock

Editor

KodakCoin not launched yet - just announced - I believe

Carl_R
Carl_R

Just curious, but has anyone reported getting telemarketing calls from boiler rooms pushing various cryptocurrencies? If not, I wonder why not? I used to get calls from penny stock shills, then gold shills. Not that I ever bought anything from them, but if I start getting calls from shills pushing opportunities to get into the hottest new crypto at a cost of pennies, it might be a good sign of a top of some kind.

SweetKenny
SweetKenny

@Carl_R Cold calls is so old school - now you just get spammed while online.

Carl_R
Carl_R

It is true that I get less cold calls than i used to, but I still get far too many. Credit card processors, health insurance, "your credit card, about your too high interest rate", "congrats you've won a free cruise", "your car warranty is about to expire", and website marketing top the list for the last year. Their chances of a sale are 0, but they keep calling. Not one call for cryptos....yet.


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