Friday, December 1, 2023

EverRise surpasses $68 million market cap

In November, EverRise expanded its token integration to Polygon ecosystem cross-chaining between Binance Smart Chain and Ethereum.

• January 13, 2022

Decentralised blockchain token EverRise has surpassed a total market capitalisation of $68 million, according to independent crypto auditing platform, MarketMove.

Launched on June 15, 2021, the cryptocurrency token renowned for introducing buybacks to blockchain also recorded a daily transaction volume of over $2.7 million on Wednesday, according to listing platform CoinMarketCap.

In November, EverRise expanded its token integration to Polygon ecosystem cross-chaining between Binance Smart Chain and Ethereum.

On Wednesday, the crypto market witnessed a partial recovery after nearly one week of perpetual fall.

Bitcoin rose by 3 per cent to reach a week all-time high of $44,000 per coin. BNB rose from $456 per coin to $486 gaining nearly 5 per cent in recovery.

Also, Etherum gained 4 per cent, rising to $3,389 from $3,206 according to crypto trading platform Binance.

We have recently deactivated our website's comment provider in favour of other channels of distribution and commentary. We encourage you to join the conversation on our stories via our Facebook, Twitter and other social media pages.

More from Peoples Gazette

Katsina State


Katsina youths pledge to deliver over 2 million votes to Atiku

“Katsina State is Atiku’s political base because it is his second home.”

Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.


Fire guts senate building of Ahmadu Bello varsity

He added that the distribution board and some obsolete public address systems have been consumed by the fire.

NIS Comptroller General NIS Comptroller General(Credit: PM News Nigeria)


Immigration opens passport office in Ikorodu

Mr Adeboruwa commended all those who facilitated the establishment of the passport office in the community.

Abuja rail mass transit [Credit;Facebook]


13 suspected railway infrastructure vandals nabbed in Abuja

Mr Adekola said 10 of the suspects were vandals while the three others were buyers of the vandalised equipment.

Image used to illustrate the story


Nigeria, Germany sign agreement to facilitate implementation of Siemens power project

An agreement was signed between the governments of Nigeria and Germany in 2019 to improve Nigeria’s power sector.

Governor Francis Nwifuru


Gov. Nwufuru vows to appoint politician as Enugu state varsity VC

The governor said that Mr Ogbu’s outstanding achievements in office could not have been attained if he did not pass through politics.

Vice President, Sen. Kashim Shettima


Tinubu committed to job security, says Shettima

Mr Shettima highlighted the critical role of MSMEs and younger Nigerians in driving job creation and economic stimulation.