|Day's Range||0.176 - 0.183|
|52 Week Range||0.1151 - 0.4065|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||1.07B|
It’s a mixed start to the day for the majors. A fall through the day’s pivot levels will bring support levels back into play.
It’s a relatively bullish start to the day. The majors will need to avoid a pullback through the pivot levels to avoid key support levels on the day.
It’s a mixed start to the day. Expect Bitcoin to give the broader market the cues on the day.
It’s a relatively bearish start to the day. The majors will need to break through key levels to support the recovery of Thursday’s losses.
Chinese police are stepping up efforts in cracking down on illegal economic activities, which now leads to crypto over-the-counter (OTC) traders being detained to assist investigations.
It’s a relatively bullish start to the day. The majors will need to avoid a fall through the pivots to support a run at the major resistance levels…
DeFi's agricultural revolution, Bitcoin's negligible adjustment and the novel legal strategy bringing an ICO project to court.
Cryptocurrency payments company Ripple looks set to expand its remittance service to Asia Pacific (APAC) region with Japan and South Korea being next on the cards. According to XRP's On-Demand Liquidity (ODL) tracker, a transaction has been processed on Bithumb with Korean Won being displayed as the source of fiat currency. The recipient was Japanese exchange Bitbank, who received the funds in Japanese Yen to intensify speculation of potential development in APAC. On-Demand Liquidity is Ripple's remittance service that allows users to transact across multiple corridors, with the US-Mexico corridor being reported on by Coin Rivet last week. In November it was reported that remittance firm RBI Remit had announced the launch of the first-ever blockchain-based money transfer service between
The Chain token gained 33% last month, the top performer among the largest digital assets during a month when bitcoin, ether and XRP all fell.
It’s a bearish start to the day. Failure to move through the day’s pivots will bring support levels into play…
Ripple's XRP token has reached a critical level of support in terms of price action and technicals, although its lack of volume remains a cause for concern. It is currently trading at March 20's high of $0.1755, with the daily relative strength index (RSI) ticking to the upside for the first time since the down trend began at the end of August. Bouncing from this region with a swift move back into the $0.20 range would mark XRP's first higher low since February, which could spur a continued rally to the upside. However, it can't be ignored that trade volume on all XRP trading pairs have dropped off significantly over the past eight weeks, with $1.07 billion being traded over
It’s a bullish start to the day for the majors. Steering clear of the day’s pivot levels would support a run at the major resistance levels.
It’s a mixed start to the day for the majors. Avoiding the pivots will be key to support another positive day and a run at the resistance levels.
It’s a bearish start to the day as the majors continue to struggle. Failure to move through key levels by late morning would bring support levels into play.
It’s a bearish start to the day. Failure to move through the early highs will bring support levels into play early in the day.
The BitLicense was first proposed in 2013, but wasn't implemented until mid-2015. CoinDesk outlines the major events in its history.
BLP Asset Management’s returns are a reminder that cryptocurrency funds that took a hit in 2018 when prices of digital currencies crashed have a harder time getting back to sea level than those buoyed by 2017’s cresting market gains.
A Financial Action Task Force meeting this week is proving to be a popular time for industry players to launch compliance-minded tech solutions.
Major blockchain firm Ripple has confirmed it has plans to expand its remittance corridor this year with the inclusion of a number of new currencies. According to an announcement from Ripple executive Asheesh Birla, the current socio-economic situation provides a firmer use case for digital payments. Ripple's XRP-powered On-Demand Liquidity (ODL) service is "especially important during times of crisis due to the exposed risk and increased volatility". “Ripple is on track to open new ODL corridors this year and we’re onboarding new customers and working with existing customers to ramp up ODL volume in important corridors including USD-MXN, USD-PHP, AUD-USD and PHP, and from EUR-USD.” Birla added. Ripple’s @ashgoblue reflects on the current global payments landscape and shares why financial
The blockchain firm is part of an 11,000 strong network of cash-out counters launched by UnionBank of the Philippines.
It’s a bullish start to the day after Monday’s breakout. Avoiding a pullback by late morning should bring resistance levels into play.