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It’s deep red for the majors early on. With support levels already tested, it could be a painful day ahead for the bulls.
Fresh off Binance's announcement it had successfully deployed the genesis block of Binance Chain earlier today, CEO Changpeng "CZ" Zhao announced Mithril (MITH) will be the first project to migrate tokens onto the exchange's new native chain.The post MITH soars after Mithril announces it will be the first project on Binance Chain appeared first on The Block.
Unless you've had a very quiet week, you're unlikely to have noticed a small yet significant change in Binance's whitepaper.The post Binance quietly removed some Wall Street jargon from its token's white paper appeared first on The Block.
Trading cryptocurrency can be stressful, emotional, and addictive. Despite this, many people choose to trade cryptocurrency on a daily basis looking for the ultimate underrated gem and hoping that it one day shoots to the moon. Whilst this is unlikely for many cryptocurrencies, it still doesn’t stop people buying low and trying to sell high. Although there can be plenty of pain in trading cryptocurrency, here are three benefits you might gain. A deep knowledge of the market and your emotions Unless you get extremely lucky, you are more than likely going to lose money trading cryptocurrency without doing sufficient research. This means that you need to have a basic understanding of both the underlying technology of cryptocurrencies as well The post Three benefits of trading cryptocurrency appeared first on Coin Rivet.
The Litecoin (LTC) market seems to be falling off a cliff following its most recent rally. Litecoin is currently trading at around $79 after a 5% drop since last week. As mentioned earlier in the week, LTC has seen exponential growth since the beginning of March, leading the current mini bull run with a massive 40% increase in price. However, it seems LTC has now started to consolidate closer to its 200-day EMA. Looking at the chart above, the 200-day EMA has already crossed both the 50 and 20-day EMAs, and LTC is still trading above that support level, which sits at around $68. The 50-day EMA, which sits at around $58, is also showing strong support for consolidation above The post Latest Litecoin price and analysis (LTC to USD) appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Today the price of Bitcoin is US$5,286.33; Ripple is US$0.341400; Ethereum is US$171.87; Bitcoin Cash is US$309.78; Litecoin is US$81.10. These are the Top 5 cryptocurrencies by market capitalisation. About the Top 5 cryptocurrencies The top 5 cryptocurrencies are the biggest and most significant cryptocurrencies and constitute the top half of The Top 10 Cryptocurrencies by market capitalisation. Bitcoin In August 2008, the domain name bitcoin.org was registered. On 31st October 2008, a paper was published called “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System”. This was authored by Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of Bitcoin. To date, no one knows who this person, or people, are. The paper outlined a method of using a P2P network for electronic transactions without “relying on The post The Top 5 cryptocurrencies latest price appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Binance OTC volumes have risen significantly this month, according to its CFO Wei Zhao in a conversation with Decrypt.“Last month we saw a lot more volume than, say, three months ago.The post Binance sees a 'significant' rise in OTC volumes in April appeared first on The Block.
The dominating topic of discussion throughout the last week has been the drama around Bitcoin SV (BSV).Bitcoin SV is the brain-child of Craig Wright with support from Calvin Ayre, Kevin Pham and Jack Liu.The post Skeptic's lens: Craig Wright deserves less attention, not more appeared first on The Block.
Online trading and investing platform eToro has officially launched its own crypto exchange which will trade six major cryptocurrencies along with a newly launched raft of ten fiat-pegged stablecoins on a custom API-driven platform called eToroX. Reporting live from Paris Blockchain Week Summit, Coin Rivet got the chance to catch up with eToro CEO Yoni Assia shortly after he made the announcement on stage. eToroX Launching today: fully regulated crypto exchange 🙌https://t.co/Xhez95mxN7#SpringisComing #PBWS #ParisBlockchainWeek #eToroX @PBWSummit @ParisBlockWeek @yoniassia pic.twitter.com/aFMj9uOQXX — eToroX (@eTorox) April 16, 2019 The new exchange will be able to initially trade eight major fiat-pegged stablecoins (as ERC-20 tokens on Ethereum), six cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Dash, Bitcoin Cash, and Litecoin), and 37 trading pairs. Speaking about the The post eToro CEO reveals plans to add leverage and new tokenised asset types to eToroX appeared first on Coin Rivet.
A cryptocurrency podcast is a great way to stay up to date with all the latest goings-on in the world of cryptocurrencies. Podcasts provide an ideal medium to absorb information – whether you’re on a run, working at your office, or simply relaxing at home. There are a wide variety of cryptocurrency podcasts. Some are aimed at developers, some are aimed at traders, and many are just general chit-chats that are easy for newcomers to understand. There is something for everyone. Here are three cryptocurrency podcasts to add to your library. The Magical Crypto Friends The Magical Crypto Friends podcast consists of Charlie Lee, creator of Litecoin; Riccardo Spagni, one of the lead developers behind Monero; Samson Mow, chief strategy The post Three cryptocurrency podcasts to add to your library appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Since my analysis last week, Ethereum has declined below its 200-day EMA. After a weekend dip across the cryptocurrency markets, the only coin that seemed to recover was Bitcoin Cash (potentially due to Binance delisting BSV, which seems to have turned investors to BCH). At the moment, ETH is trading at around $166 after dropping away from the 200-day EMA and closer to its 50-day EMA. Daily trading volume is now higher than $10 billion, which is still quite bullish compared to yearly lows. Ethereum’s market cap stands at around $13 billion, making it the second-largest cryptocurrency in terms of market cap. Currently, Ethereum is moving parallel to the market, and unless there is a sudden decline in volume, I The post Latest Ethereum price and analysis (ETH to USD) appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Crypto exchange Gate.io has raised $64 million in crypto assets to launch its own cryptocurrency and blockchain through an IEO (initial exchange offering), CoinDesk writes.The post Gate.io exchange raises $64 million to launch new cryptocurrency and blockchain appeared first on The Block.
It’s back into the red for DASH. A hold onto $119 levels will be key to avoiding a pullback to $117 levels later in the day.
Bitcoin decreased by almost 2% in the last 24 hours and is trading at around $5100. The benchmark cryptocurrency attempted to break through $5200, but again faced sales pressure, and as the price dropped, trading volumes grew.
The Rotate bar in London’s Shoreditch now accepts payments for food and beverages with instantaneous transactions over the Lightning Network. The bar, which is currently an active hotspot for the crypto community in London, used its links to partner with lightningpay.co.uk, a payment provider which offers custodial and non-custodial solutions. The bar’s owner, James Stell, said that “they helped us set up our payments solution and provide ongoing help when required”. At the moment, Rotate is not too worried about the volatility associated with accepting Bitcoin payments for food and drinks. “Our belief during our trial period was that we had seen the bottom or were close to the bottom of the bear market, so we were happy to take The post London’s first Lightning Network bar is ready for business appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Two of the most common arguments against Bitcoin I still hear fiat-proponents claiming is that Bitcoin’s price is “way too volatile” and the currency is “energy-intensive and wasteful” to produce. So today I come bearing great news for those thinking these arguments make any sense. Yes, from a certain point of view they might sound appealing. However, they couldn’t be further from the actual facts and truth. Bitcoin, in the medium to long term, will lose most of its volatility percentage-wise, and the amount of power needed to produce one Bitcoin won’t increase exponentially given an increasing number of users, as some analysts have wrongfully predicted. Let’s start from the beginning. ‘Bitcoin is way too volatile’ "The volatility of Bitcoin The post Bitcoin myths: Volatility and energy waste appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is currently showing strong upwards momentum following a minor dip over the weekend. My medium-term bet is that the entire cryptocurrency market will continue to turn profits, at least until there is some uncertainty in the economic panorama. As some experts point out, a shift in economic conditions could offset the market, even though there is little correlation between altcoins and other financial assets. Let’s take a dive into what’s going on with Bitcoin Cash. Bitcoin Cash is currently sitting at around $316. After a major pump where volume spiked to yearly highs during early April, BCH seems to be stabilising above the key $300 support level, just above the 200-day EMA. Just in case BCH continues The post Latest Bitcoin Cash price and analysis (BCH to USD) appeared first on Coin Rivet.
It looks like there was a major Bitcoin and Ethereum bull run at the start of April reaching 2017 peak levels, but will it last? Cryptocurrency pricing is certainly volatile, but what we do know for sure is that blockchain investing doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon. Andreessen Horowitz is trading its VC title for RIA so that it can invest more into the crypto space without restrictions. In fact it plans to invest as much as $1 billion into the industry – if that’s not a telling enough sign that the company is in it for the long haul. And the VC giant is not alone in its thinking. More and more large organisations are looking The post The appetite for blockchain investment appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Bitcoin Cash ABC looks set for another rally, providing much-needed support to the broader market. Bitcoin will need to hold on though…
Bitcoin has managed to hold its market cap above $90 billion as the markets look to be winding up for another attempt to break through the next key level of resistance to the upside at $6,000. If the market can find continued support above $5,000, then another bullish move will seemingly take the decentralised asset back above a $100 billion valuation. After closing the weekly candle with a doji, traders are signalling indecision in the market and calling for a ‘no-trade zone’. However, since breaking up from $4,200 at the start of the month and smashing through multiple long-term moving averages (such as the 200-SMA), the global asset is looking to build confidence for another break towards the $6,000 range The post Bitcoin is curling up to attack $6,000 as market order book depth stands above $300 million appeared first on Coin Rivet.
At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading above $5,100, although volumes have been dropping across all exchanges over the weekend. BTC is trading above its 200-day EMA after continuing its pump from last week. During the weekend, price has remained quite stable, trading between $5,080 and $5,150. Let’s take a look at what’s going on with Bitcoin. Bitcoin/USD At its peak last week, price touched close to $5,400 before hitting a sell wall shortly after. Volume-wise, things are a bit gloomier. As we can see from the volume bars on the left of the graph above (blue and yellow), Bitcoin’s volume seems to be hinting that people are still betting on a lower price for Bitcoin. This means that The post Latest Bitcoin price and analysis (BTC to USD) appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Bitcoin Cash ABC is the early mover, while Litecoin sees red. It could be a choppy day ahead if the majors fail to breakout from current levels.
Coin Rivet had the chance to catch up with Bitcoin OG Thomas Hunt at the CoinFest conference in Manchester last week. An old-time Bitcoiner who has been in the crypto media space since way back in 2013, Hunt has since introduced the world to the Mad Bitcoins character and also founded the popular YouTube channel World Crypto Network. So iconic was this channel back in 2014/15 that you could even say that the name helped to label the term ‘crypto’ as we know it today. Although most of the contributors were (or still are) staunch Bitcoin maximalists, the show has never failed to commentate on the news surrounding not just Bitcoin (and its scaling debate) but the wider decentralised ecosystem The post Mad Bitcoins is an advocate for ‘HODL plus profits’ appeared first on Coin Rivet.
It’s been a bad week for the majors, but it could have been far worse. Bitcoin’s recovery and hold onto $5,000 levels remains pivotal for the broader market.