Crypto Prediction: Mass Altcoin Extinction, Ahead Of Next BTC Rally

Crypto Prediction: Mass Altcoin Extinction, Ahead Of Next BTC Rally

06:11 - 06/07/2020

Oracletimes

The crypto market looks pretty green today and the king coin is trading in the green as well, at the moment of writing this article. Bitcoin is now priced at $9,106.54. There have been all kinds of predictions about the price of BTC, and most of them have been bullish, especially following the BTC halving …
BTC Markets Drives Sustainable Growth of Its Exchange with XRP

BTC Markets Drives Sustainable Growth of Its Exchange with XRP

17:31 - 07/05/2020

Ripple.com

Like most cryptocurrency exchanges, BTC Markets experienced a serious growth spurt in 2018 when a surge of initial coin offerings inflated the digital asset market. Though this bubble soon burst, 2018 was also the year that BTC Markets added XRP to its exchange. As a source of liquidity for faster, cheaper cross-border payments, XRP has … Continued

Pantera Capital CEO: Bitcoin (BTC) Could Hit $115k after Halving

Pantera Capital CEO: Bitcoin (BTC) Could Hit $115k after Halving

18:41 - 06/05/2020

Ethereumworldnews

Quick take: Bitcoin (BTC) has once again reclaimed $9,000 with 5 days until halving.  Pantera Capital’s CEO, Dan Morehead, sees a scenario where BTC hits $115,212 by August 2021.  His analysis is based on the change in the stock-to-flow ratio across each halving.  The hype and excitement surrounding the Bitcoin halving event is once again evident in the current price of BTC. At the time of writing this, Bitcoin has just broken both the $9,000 and $9,100 resistance levels and […]
Why $7,050 is the Level to Watch During Bitcoin’s (BTC) Weekly Close

Why $7,050 is the Level to Watch During Bitcoin’s (BTC) Weekly Close

14:08 - 19/04/2020

Ethereumworldnews

In brief: Bitcoin (BTC) encountered massive resistance as it tried to break $7,300.  At the same time, its trade volume has been dropping together with its dominance in the crypto markets.  In our analysis of Bitcoin (BTC) a few hours ago, we were cautiously optimistic that the King of Crypto was on a slow and tense journey towards $8,000. We also identified a few support zones that include $7,050, $6,900, $6,800 and $6,600. Why $7,050 is the Level to Watch […]

What is the Bitcoin ?

Bitcoin has burst onto the international financial scene in 2017. Appealing to both Wall Street and individuals despite its opacity and putting regulators under pressure. Its value rose from around $ 1,000 in January to over $ 20,000 in mid-December, before falling back to $ 13,000. A dizzying ascent threatening a bubble, even in financial circles ripped to speculation and volatility. The consecration came with the launch on December 10, 2017 of first exchanges of financial products to speculate on its evolution on the US stock market platform Chicago board options exchange (Cboe).

Bitcoin, which relies on a peer-to-peer payment system based on so-called “blockchain” or “blockchain” technology.

Bitcoin is making a dent: it is possible in some cities to pay for it. restaurant note, buy a car or even a house using it. Bitcoin advocates want to rely on this craze to ask the SEC. The US stock exchange policeman authorize the creation of an ETF.
A kind of financial investment in which anyone could put their savings. The value of this financial savings will depend on the performance of bitcoin. The big banks, which play the role of intermediaries in risky markets. The question was the lack of transparency in setting the price of bitcoin and therefore fear price manipulation.

No regulation

Appeared for the first time in 2009, bitcoin was traded so far mainly on the internet without being regulated. Unlike traditional currencies, it is not issued by a central bank. Transactions are done without intermediaries and it is not necessary to provide personal information. This anonymity and the lack of regulation attract thugs. Also the traffickers wishing to launder dirty money and chills professional investors.

With the exception of Japan, which recognized bitcoin in April 2017 as a legal means of payment. The other major countries wave the red rag. Janet Yellen, President of the US Central Bank (Fed), believes that bitcoin “is not an official currency” and urges financial institutions to ensure that their bitcoin transactions do not violate money laundering laws. money.