KNOW Project Profile


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KNOW Project Details

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Description rank: 1995 type: token platform: ethereum

Kryptono is a new global crypto exchange with world-class technology and security. Kryptono features crypto-to-crypto trading and allows users to buy and sell cryptos with fiat via a P2P network. Initial Exchange Offering will be available for selected projects on Kryptono's XPAD.


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24hr Volume: $914,610.00

Price

$0.00237943

Token Details

platform: ethereum, version: erc20

Technology

blockchain



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Five things to know on monday
May 26, 2020 FXStreet

The US and UK markets were closed on Monday. Together they accounted for almost two-thirds of the turnover in the foreign exchange market. The dollar was narrowly mixed against the majors. The dollar bloc and sterling ticked a little higher, and the euro and yen were a touch heavier. The illiquidity seemed to weigh on Norway the most as the krone slumped a little more than 0.5%. Among emerging markets, Latam's Brazil, Mexico, and Chilean peso performed best, while the JP Morgan Emerging Market Currency Index rose by nearly 0.25%, its fifth gain in the past six sessions. Most Asia Pacific equities rallied, with 1%+ gains in Japan, Korea, and Australia. Europe's Dow Jones Stoxx 600 snapped a two-day drop, and its nearly 1.5% advance brought to new highs for the month. US shares are trading firmer, and the S&P looks poised to challenge the 3000-mark tomorrow. Bond yields slipped in Europe, and premiums over Germany continued to narrow. Gold consolidated at lower levels, holding above $1720 but unable to rise much above $1735. Oil prices were firmer, recouping most of the pre-weekend loss. July crude was straddling $34 a barrel. US- Chinese rhetoric remained elevated over the weekend. The dollar closed at CNY7.1364 before the weekend. The PBOC set the reference rate at CNY7.1209, a little lower than most bank models. The dollar stayed with the pre-weekend range but finished near CNY7.1368. Pressure still in Hong Kong, though the Hang Seng was steady after losing more than 5% ahead of the weekend. The pressure on the fixed exchange rate is evident in the forward market. The 3-month forward points were at 64 pips on May 15 and jumped to 206 before the weekend and were around 163 today. The 12-month forward points stood at 235 on May 15, rose to 415 before the weekend, and 715 today. Thin markets may have contributed. Watch tomorrow. Reports indicate that thousands in Hong Kong protested China's intention to have HK adopts new "national security" laws. Nearly 200 people arrested. Water cannons and tear gas were used. The US added 33 names (24 companies and universities for ties to the Chinese military, and 9 entities for human rights violations. US report to affirm the autonomy of Hong Kong is expected shortly after China's National People's Congress concludes at the end of the week. Watch Chinese shares in the US tomorrow after Alibaba and Baidu, two favorites, fell by around 6% at the end of last week. The French-German proposal for 500 bln euro grant facility at the EU was immediately opposed, but over the weekend, Austria, Denmark, Netherlands, and Sweden offered an alternative proposal based strictly on loans, a two-year sunset clause and conditionality. The EC is expected to make its own proposal over the next couple of days, which will set the stage of negotiations and then a heads of state decision next month. Separately, two weeks after the German Constitutional Court ruling, the Bundesbank published a report before the weekend that defended the ECB's asset purchases (~2.7 bln euros) on the grounds that in the four biggest economies, output, lending, and inflation rose. The US will block most non-US citizens traveling from Brazil as Brazil's cases surged. It now has the second-highest infections and six highest deaths. Its fatalities are doubling every two weeks. By comparison, the UK is doubling every two months. Nevertheless, the Brazilian real continues to recover. The US dollar recorded an important downside reversal pattern on May 14 after reaching a record a little above BRL5.97. It dipped briefly below BRL5.4450 today. This is part of a larger story in May: the recovery EM currencies and especially Latam Of the 10 best performing EM currencies so far in May, Latam provides four of them: Mexico leads the world with a 7.25% gain in the peso. The Colombian peso is in third (behind South Africa's rand) with a 4.3% gain. The Chilean peso is fourth up about 4.1%. The Brazilian real is in ninth place with a 0.5% gain, just above the Polish zloty (~0.4%). They have been helped by emboldened risk appetites, belief that the sell-off was overdone, and rising commodity prices in general. Two economic reports were released of note. Hong Kong's April trade figures showed more improvement than expected as the contraction in imports and exports moderated. Germany reported its IFO survey. The measure of current conditions weakened further, slipping to 78.9 from 79.4, but the expectations component rose to 80.1 from 69.4. Together these lifted the overall business climate to 79.5 from 74.2 Opinions expressed are solely of the author’s, based on current market conditions, and are subject to change without notice. These opinions are not intended to predict or guarantee the future performance of any currencies or markets. This material is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as research or as investment, legal or tax advice, nor should it be considered information sufficient upon which to base an investment decision. Further, this communication should not be deemed as a recommendation to invest or not to invest in any country or to undertake any specific position or transaction in any currency. There are risks associated with foreign currency investing, including but not limited to the use of leverage, which may accelerate the velocity of potential losses. Foreign currencies are subject to rapid price fluctuations due to adverse political, social and economic developments. These risks are greater for currencies in emerging markets than for those in more developed countries. Foreign currency transactions may not be suitable for all investors, depending on their financial sophistication and investment objectives. You should seek the services of an appropriate professional in connection with such matters. The information contained herein has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable, but is not necessarily complete in its accuracy and cannot be guaranteed. EUR/USD is advancing above 1.0950 as hopes for a return to normal and falling eurozone statistics provide hopes. Markets are shrugging off Sino-American tensions. US housing and consumption figures are eyed. GBP/USD is surging above 1.23 as the EU is reportedly ready to make concessions to the UK on fisheries. Sterling is also advancing amid hopes for reopening and a weaker dollar. Economic reopenings and hopes for a coronavirus vaccine lift the market’s mood. Japan’s data missed the market’s expectations, US Consumer Confidence up next. USD/JPY under pressure, dollar’s broad weakness skews the risk to the downside. As Bitcoin's average price is in its mid-range, sentiment plummets and returns to the fear zone. The crypto market points to lower levels in the short term. The consolidation of the current price levels can be extended until the middle of June. Gold struggled to capitalize on its early uptick and retreated to the lower end of its daily trading range during the early European session. Note: All information on this page is subject to change. The use of this website constitutes acceptance of our user agreement. Please read our privacy policy and legal disclaimer. Trading foreign exchange on margin carries a high level of risk and may not be suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to trade foreign exchange you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts. Opinions expressed at FXStreet are those of the individual authors and do not necessarily represent the opinion of FXStreet or its management. FXStreet has not verified the accuracy or basis-in-fact of any claim or statement made by any independent author: errors and Omissions may occur.Any opinions, news, research, analyses, prices or other information contained on this website, by FXStreet, its employees, partners or contributors, is provided as general market commentary and does not constitute investment advice. FXStreet will not accept liability for any loss or damage, including without limitation to, any loss of profit, which may arise directly or indirectly from use of or reliance on such information.

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What to Know About Billions’ Cryptocurrency Drama
May 23, 2020 Vulture.com on MSN.com

His expert knowledge of cryptocurrency has provided the series with an opportunity to further explore this once-dark, underground area of finance. He also wrote this season’s third episode, which has Gordie Axelrod (Jack Gore),

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3 Things to Know About Stablecoins
May 12, 2020 Madison.com

Stablecoins are designed to serve as a source of stored value within the distributed ledger technology (DLT, also known as blockchain) ecosystem, thereby reducing the need to convert digital assets into fiat currency,


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