Welcome to the Crypto Olympics: Day 10
Coin vs. Coin – who will be crowned the Crypto Olympics Champ?
The markets are down today, creation it all the more severe for our competitors. The winners of day 8 and day 9 – Cardano and EOS, will be our two competitors for today. We’re almost 3/4 of the way through the foe – it won’t be long before we find out who will power supreme!
In box you’ve missed it, these are the rules: we start with two coins and magnitude their gains and waste between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm PST. When the 4:00 pm finish line hits, whichever china has gained the most (or mislaid the slightest if both coins are down) within our time support is crowned the leader for the day and moves into the subsequent bracket. We lift on until we end with our ultimate china – the Crypto Olympics Champ.
We will be holding a lectern rite at the end of our games to endowment the gold, china and bronze medals to the suitable coins.
Obviously, this is just for fun and games, and should not be taken as critical advice.
To see how we’re violation up the rounds, check out the draft below. Otherwise, let the games begin!
Cardano was the leader of day 8 but can it make the way to the semi-finals? As you can see from the draft below, it started the competition off to a rough start.
Currently, ADA is trade at $0.39 a coin, down -0.23%, in 24 hours time.
The 9th largest cryptocurrency by its marketplace cap, EOS, won the Crypto Olympics on day 9.
Can Cardano pass EOS after starting the competition in the red? We will see! Whoever wins will be crowned the day’s champion and pierce into the semi-finals.
Check back in with us at 4:00pm PST to find out who today’s leader will be!
THE RACE IS COMPLETE…..
Cardano finished the day in the very same position it started. Surprising as the marketplace is so flighty but still 0% gains.
EOS finished the day at $9.68, gaining 0.20%.
The leader is…..
EOS will pierce on to the semi-final turn on Day 14.
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