OmiseGO [OMG] Pumped Up After it Announced what would be Listed on Bithumb

OmiseGO candle charts

After a couple of weeks, solid impulse crypt markets finally began to correct. The markets fell below $400 billion, as a huge sale showed that $40 billion were leaving the digital space and returning to Fiats. Bitcoin stepped back below $9,000, losing 6% a day and currently trading at $8,850. Altcoins are also mostly in red, most of which lose 4-6% per day. Currently, one of the possible trends and pumping is OmiseGO.

Coinmarketcap reports an increase OMG price by 26%

Over the past three weeks, Coinmarketcap reports an increase OmiseGO price by 26%. Currently, trading slightly less than $21, OMG rose from 16.50 dollars this time yesterday. During the week, OmiseGO has steadily risen 40% from $15.25 this time last Thursday. The monthly picture for this altkoy is even more impressive: a jump of almost 100% from $10 to its current level of trade. Against Bitcoigne OMG today is 37% today at 240,000 Satoshi from 175,000 satov. In the week, it grew by almost 30% against BTC from 184,000 satoshi on Thursday last week.

The big pump started about an hour ago, when the announcement that OMG will be indicated in Bithumb:

There will be an air traffic controller for Bithumb customers, which today is driving momentum in Asia. In addition to OmiseGO, the Kyber network (KNC) will also be listed on the South Korean exchange, which provided this coin to raise.

As expected, most of the trade was in South Korea on Appbit with 34% in KRW. The volume of trading rose from 166 to 360 million dollars today. Market capitalization was also lifted to $2.1 billion. USA, which led to the fact that this altoknin increased the schedule to the 16th, where it is currently located.

The total market capacity for all crypts in the last 24 hours has decreased, possibly due to the hacking of MEW in the Ethereum network. At present, at the level of 395 billion dollars, the markets fell by about 4%. This morning in the top 25 there are no other altcoins that work well, but only outside it – ontology, gravity and, of course, the Kyber network, which exceeds 50%.