Chainlink (LINK) has been listed on Kraken, one of the major fiat-to-crypto exchanges, along with DAI.
The price of the oracle token has skyrocketed by more than 10 percent over the last 24 hours, which is especially remarkable during the market sell-off.
LINK is changing hands at $2.02, remaining the only cryptocurrency top 20 cryptocurrency in the green while Bitcoin and top altcoins are hitting a snag.
At the end of June, LINK also ended up on the Coinbase exchange, which eventually pushed the token’s price to its current high of $4.05. After that, the 18th biggest token suffered from months of continuous sell-off.
As recently reported by U.Today, Blockchain firm AnChain.AI determined that Chainlink’s stellar price growth in June might have been artificially manufactured by a small group of market manipulators who conducted a typical pump-and-dump scheme.
The developers shrugged off the market manipulations concerns, claiming that they couldn’t control the price of LINK. However, they were also under fire for selling batches of 700,000 LINK to fund the project’s development.