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.
Bitcoin’s move below support of $7,800 after a month of consolidation gave bears and critics ammunition to cheer. Some are even claiming that the king of cryptocurrencies is dead just in time for the spooky season. Continue reading Crypto Trader Boldly Predicts Bitcoin Bottom at $6,250
In today’s cryptocurrency market, four main obstacles are preventing potential retail investors from jumping on the bandwagon to generate an extra stream of income using digital assets. Namely, they are lack of experience and confidence, lack of easily accessible, unified trading interface, lack of trust, and centralization of trading. Continue reading Crypto Trading, Please Hold My Hand
E*Trade Financial Corp. is waking when it comes to the importance of allowing its customers the ability to trade cryptos. It’s readying to allow them to trade Bitcoin and Ethereum, Bloomberg reports. Continue reading US Stock Brokerage E*Trade Strokes Excitement with Rumored Ether, Bitcoin Trading
Singapore’s first cryptocurrency trial over questionable trading practices began today as the market maker and liquidity provider B2C2 sues cryptocurrency exchange Quoine. The charge? B2C2 maintains that Quoine wrongfully reversed seven trades in April 2017 that lead to proceeds being deducted without B2C2’s authorization. Continue reading Singapore’s First Legal Trial Over Bitcoin Trading Disputes Began Today