MarketWatch, the publishing division of Dow Jones Media Group, on Wednesday announced that it would begin to track the price of eight cryptocurrencies.
The website MarketWatch tracks the price of bitcoin in 2014, and from today, users will also be data available on Ether, Ripple XRP, Bitcoin, Cash, Litecoin, Ethereum Classic, Monero, Dash and zcash for.
The new service is real-time publish quotes alithinou in pairs the dollar and the Euro, and track historical pricing trends, using data from cryptocurrency exchange Kraken.
“There is no doubt that our readers, being the savvy investors in the world watching digital currencies. Therefore, we are pleased to expand the possibility of their tracking in real time on nine of cryptocurrency,” said Dan Ball, CEO of MarketWatch.
Recall that a week ago it became known that the Dow Jones Media Group in conjunction with the privacy-oriented browser Brave experimenting with blockchain-a content delivery system.
Under this test, MarketWatch and Barron’s will be “checked publishers” on the blockchain the platform Brave, some users which will have access to premium content Barron’s and MarketWatch.