The native token of bankrupt crypto lender Celsius Network CEL/USD was the biggest gainer last week, gaining 181% over seven days. The token’s massive rally was largely fuelled by a retail-driven short squeeze, with traders following the “#CELShortSqueeze” hashtag on Twitter.
|Cryptocurrency||7-Day % Change (+/-)||All-Time High Value/Date Reached||% Change (+/-) Since All-Time High|
|Celsius (CEL)||+181%||$$8.05 On June 02, 2021||-48%|
|Ankr (ANKR)||+40%||$0.213 On April 16, 2021||-77.9%|
|Nexo (NEXO)||+34%||$4.07 On May 12, 2021||-75%|
|Shiba Inu (SHIB)||+21.72%||$0.00008616 On Oct. 28, 2021||-81%|
|Huobi (HT)||+21%||$39.66 On Jan. 30, 2019||-70%|
CEL Short Squeeze
— David Ainsworth (@DavidAinsworth_) August 13, 2022
Binance Invests In ANKR
The native token of the Ankr ANKR/USD protocol rallied 50% on Aug. 12 after crypto exchange Binance announced a strategic investment in the DeFi platform. Binance said the funds would go towards ramping up the work on Ankr’s remote procedure call (RPC) service and building out its Web3 developer suite.
ICYMI — Ankr is a decentralized infrastructure and cross-chain staking DeFi platform that aims to make Web3 accessible for everyone.https://t.co/hvtYv43xGJ
— Binance Labs Fund (@BinanceLabs) August 11, 2022
At press time, ANKR was trading at $0.046, up 0.9% over the last 24 hours.
Nexo Launches Pro-Trading Platform
Blockchain-based lending platform Nexo NEXO/USD has launched a new trading platform aimed at advanced cryptocurrency traders. At press time, NEXO was trading at $1.02, up 34% over the last seven days.
— CryptoSEA | SouthEastAsia.eth (@PandaAsiaStreet) August 13, 2022
Meme Coin And Alt Season Imminent?
Meme coin Shiba Inu SHIB/USD rallied 37% in the last day alone, pushing it into the top performing coins of the week. Dogecoin DOGE/USD also recorded a 10% gain over the last day, prompting market participants to speculate that an alt season could be on the cards as Bitcoin BTC/USD and Ethereum ETH/USD posted subdued gains.
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