The cryptocurrency market is never boring, and while some tokens see a rise, others experience dips.
As a start, a new meme coin named Rebel Satoshi (RBLZ) has attracted the attention of investors after breaking records in its presale. Meanwhile, EOS has decreased despite an upgrade to the EVM Node being announced. Blur (BLUR), however, is also on the decline for the past two weeks.
$RBLZ Rises to $0.0224
Rebel Satoshi is a new meme coin that has become one of the altcoins to watch. It aims to unite rebels under the banner of decentralization. The goal of Rebel Satoshi is to defeat the systems that exploit the underdogs.
$RBLZ, the native token from Rebel Satoshi, is currently in the Monarchs Round 4 stage of its presale. The earlier stages of the $RBLZ presale sold out in quick time. The current price of $RBLZ is $0.0224. Rebel Satoshi has announced February 2024 as the launch month of $RBLZ.
Now that Rebel Satoshi has raised over $1.5 million in the presale, the excitement for $RBLZ on behalf of those who participated is growing.
EOS Fails To Surge After Announcing EVM Node v0.7.0
On January 17, 2024, the EOS Network Foundation announced on Twitter (now X) that #EOS EVM Node v0.7.0 is launched on the main net. The update will bring WebSocket support, which will enable EOS EVM developers and users to establish real-time communication channels with the blockchain network.
Despite the improvement in the blockchain, EOS failed to improve in value. The price is currently trading at a 2% decline on a 14-day basis.
BLUR is another cryptocurrency that failed to capitalize on the recent bounce and is trading at a 9% decline for the past two weeks.
Blur is one of the better-known marketplaces for non-fungible tokens and it might be the case that its price could improve if the interest in NFTs grows in the future.
For the latest updates and more information, be sure to visit the official Rebel Satoshi Presale Website or contact Rebel Red via Telegram.
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