|Day's Range||206.32 - 226.74|
|52 Week Range||82.05 - 484.44|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||2.47B|
A 31-year-old man has been formally charged in a Tel Aviv District Court indictment over suspected stealing of 6.1 million Israeli new shekels (~ $1.75 million) in cryptocurrencies.The post Alleged hacker indicted for stealing $1.75M in cryptocurrencies appeared first on The Block.
It’s a bullish start to the day. A move through to 78.5 levels would bring $80 back into play. Steering clear of $76.5 will be key on the day.
The majors are on the move early on. Holding onto key levels through the morning will be key to avoiding a reversal, however…
Bitcoin may have had a bad trading week, but Ethereum has fared much worse. Since last Wednesday, ETH has lost about 40% of its total value, going from close to $320 to $194 before recovering back to the $200 region. At the time of writing, the market has tanked and most altcoins are suffering heavy losses. Will we see a recovery soon? If we look at the chart above, we can see that ETH is trading below its 200-day EMA - a key support level. ETH wasn't able to maintain its price above any of its EMAs during its dive - a clear sign of bearish momentum. I'm personally expecting the market to recover sometime this month, however. Big retracementsThe post Latest Ethereum price and analysis (ETH to USD) appeared first on Coin Rivet.
It’s green across the crypto-board early on. Bitcoin will be the market barometer on the day. A move into the red would weigh on the majors.
Despite growing controversy over the crypto world’s latest big idea, some think Facebook's Libra might be a game-changer for the greater blockchain community.
It’s been a bearish week as the bears look to take back control following a bullish first half of the year… A Sunday rebound may not be enough.
It’s back in the red for the majors, as the bears look to reverse Friday’s gains. Failure to recover by early afternoon will see heavier losses on the day.
Veil, a peer-to-peer prediction markets and derivatives platform built on top of Augur, 0x and Ethereum, is shutting down just six months after its launch.The post Prediction markets platform Veil shutting down after just 6 months appeared first on The Block.
Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Bitpoint has announced today that it has been hacked, losing about 3.5 billion yen ($32 million) in cryptocurrencies, including XRP.The post Japanese crypto exchange Bitpoint hacked, lost $32 million appeared first on The Block.
The world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange Binance has today officially launched margin trading for “evolving cryptocurrency traders.” Margin trading is trading with borrowed money, which comes with higher profit potential and greater risk.The post Margin trading at Binance goes live appeared first on The Block.
Ethereum-powered banking alternative TokenCard has launched in the UK and most of Europe. Available on the iOS App Store, TokenCard claims to be “the first ever Ethereum-powered banking alternative”. The premise behind the project is to allow users to live their life on Ethereum by storing, sending, and receiving assets through a decentralised contract wallet and then using the host’s Visa card for everyday purchases. According to the new venture’s CEO - Mel Gelderman - because TokenCard is a non-custodial, fully decentralised, self-sovereign banking alternative powered by Ethereum, it puts the users firmly in control of their finances. “This is an opportunity for early adopters and crypto enthusiasts who want to make living a ‘tokenised’ life away from big banksThe post New Visa card runs on Ethereum appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Following the announcement of Facebook’s cryptocurrency Libra and the Calibra wallet, cybercriminals have begun registering ersatz domains resembling the originals, Digital Shadows research shows.The post Cybercriminals register Libra and Calibra-resembling domains; some scams already active appeared first on The Block.
Bitcoin’s on the move. A move back through to $12,000 could give Bitcoin a run at $13,000 later in the day… Bitcoin will need the majors to catch up, however…
The government of Singapore is planning to end goods and services tax (GST) (or value-added tax (VAT) as known in some countries) on cryptocurrencies that function or are intended to function as a medium of exchange. The post Singapore government proposes to exempt value-added tax on cryptocurrencies appeared first on The Block.
It’s back into the red for the majors. Following a mixed bag last week, it could be a testy day ahead for the bulls.
Bitcoin leads the way for the current week as some of the majors struggle. While dominant, it’s not been the most impressive of weeks for the Bitcoin bulls.
It’s a bearish start to the day. The majors could be in for a choppy day if there’s no recovery to key levels early on.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is getting ever more serious about blockchain data. While many of the world's governments and politicians focus on Facebook's recently introduced Libra and data sharing among virtual asset providers, the SEC is seeking more data on public blockchains.The post SEC seeks blockchain data provider to monitor risk, improve compliance, and inform policy appeared first on The Block.