We are pleased to bring you the latest BridgeCoin (BCO) report, a product of the collaboration between the CryptoBridge team and the international community which surrounds this very special digital asset. BridgeCoin stands alone among the revenue-sharing exchange assets in its unique value proposition.


This series documents the BCO payout statistics twice per month, discusses the previous two weeks’ price action and overall trend, trading volume and notable orderbook activity.


All information is presented with objective factual information derived from the CryptoBridge application order books and API (cross-referenced with the cryptofresh block explorer). The information is presented strictly for educational purposes and not to be construed as investment advice.


Staking Payouts

Period: 2019-01-01 00:00:00 to 2019-15-01 23:59:59 (GMT)

BTC paid: 5.16774952

BCO paid: 83.85729593

ETH paid: 0.77432400

Equivalent total: 5.20496797 BTC


Total Staking Positions: 11,801 | Net positions created: -51

1-month – 351 | 3-month – 894 | 6-month – 1,325 | 12-month – 9,231

Total staked: 16,098,592.47410130

Total staked (with bonus): 30,624,784.03851640

Added to stake during this period: 205,202.6716385


As of this payout, 59.87% of the total BCO supply are staked. As indicated previously, we’re giving 75% of all available revenue to stakers, and market makers get the remaining 25%. When the promotion ends, stakers will receive 50% as originally advertised.


Exchange Volume

Period: 2019-01-01 00:00:00 to 2019-15-01 23:59:59 (GMT)

Total volume: 3201.88 BTC | Average Daily volume: 213.4586667 BTC


Price Action

BCO Price: 0.00013509 BTC | $0.495902 USD | 12.69595 BTS

Market Cap: 3,650 BTC | $13,389,363 USD | CMC Rank: #189




Sell-off activity continues to maintain downward pressure on BridgeCoin price, the volume during this period matching that of the second half of December on average. The trading range has roughly doubled in size, albeit at a slightly lower level (between 10k and 14k sat).


Order Book Activity


One well-known and somewhat conspicuous account persists in maintaining a sizable aggregate of BCO buy orders this period, but has been more conservative in their placement by increasing the weight of each proportional to the market depth. Again the diversity of accounts involved has evolved and shows fewer accounts placing far more numerous (but smaller) orders on both the bid and ask sides, suggesting the anticipation of volatility rather than accumulation behavior.