More than three dozen cannabis companies applied for the POT symbol on the Canadian Securities Exchange after it became available this week. Potash Corporation relinquished the symbol, and so many Canadian companies wanted it that the CSE ran a first-ever random lottery for the symbol. A small firm in Vancouver, Weekend Unlimited, won the ticker in the lottery. The company formerly had the ticker YOLO, which stands for “you only live once.” Most sites like TradingView were still showing YOLO as the company’s ticker. In the 24 hours after it officially became POT, it surged 65%. Pot Stock Almost Doubles
In the past 48 hours, the stock price of Square, a mobile payment company operated by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, surged by more than 15 percent, after recording a 10 percent gain on January 7. The short-term recovery of technology stocks, with giants in the likes of Microsoft, Amazon, and Alphabet recording gains in the
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The broader cryptocurrency market plummeted on Wednesday, but stablecoins in particular saw no shortage of buyers.
The surge in the popularity of cryptocurrency mining malware that started in the last quarter of last year has continued unabated into the first half of 2018. According to McAfee Labs, cryptocurrency mining malware attacks increased by 86% in the second quarter of this year. While the primary target of cryptocurrency mining malware has remained
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In the past hour, the Bitcoin price has surged from $ 7,030 to $ 7,200, bringing the entire market with it to the upside. Bitcoin Cash, NEO, Litecoin, ICON, EOS, VeChain, Tron, Qtum, Cardano, and most major tokens have recorded 5 to 15 percent gains in the past 30 minutes, showing the establishment of newly found momentum.
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