Bitcoin (BTC) is at $7350, trying to stabilize above $6500 for the next upmove attempt to $10,000 level in Q1, 2020.
The volumes against most cryptocurrencies look unreal. Unless trading robots are trading between themselves in the crypto exchanges, the above ratios of Market cap to 24H volume is not possible. Bitcoin alone looks stable and real in the market data.
Tether’s numbers need to be analyzed separately.
On May 21, a pseudonymous cryptocurrency technical analyst named “Rampage” posted on Twitter that ETH/BTC is about ready to catch up to ETH/USD. In a tweet, the attached an image in which the price action of two markets is overlaid in a single chart. Continue reading Ethereum to Skyrocket by 70 Percent Against Bitcoin, Predicts Analyst
So, you may have heard that Google Cloud Services now support Ethereum smart contracts. Not only that, but Google is expending its resources learning how the smart contract platform works and teaching people how to integrate with Google’s services. Continue reading Inside Google’s Cloud-Blockchain Ethereum Hybrid
Bitcoin’s breathtaking rally has dominated the headlines in recent weeks, but today it’s the second-largest cryptocurrency’s turn to enjoy the spotlight. The ethereum price surged as high as $281.77 on Thursday, launching ETH to an eight-month high. Continue reading Ethereum Price Jumps to 8-Month High After Bitcoin Plunges $645
John McAfee is famous for predicting that the bitcoin price will hit $1,000,000 at some point or he’ll eat his own appendage. What you might not know is that he dislikes Ethereum and doesn’t even care that much for BTC, either. Yes, the reason is as silly as you might have hoped. Meanwhile, similar to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, McAfee has a soft spot for meme-fueled cryptocurrency Dogecoin. Continue reading John McAfee Bashes Bitcoin and Ethereum but Touts ‘Adorable’ Dogecoin