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If you’re asking how to get Bitcoin Cash (BCH), the chances are you’ve already gone through the mechanics of purchasing Bitcoin. Perhaps you’ve been watching the popular cryptocurrency go through its blazing bull run over the last month and want to join in its winning streak. Whatever your motives for wanting to get Bitcoin Cash, here are a few things you should know. Bitcoin Cash has forked again since it broke away from Bitcoin Unless you were on your holidays around November 2018 when the cryptocurrency universe went into a tailspin, you’ll already know about the infamous Bitcoin Cash hard fork. Fighting factions inside the Bitcoin Cash camp led to the emergence of two new cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin Cash ABC and The post How to get Bitcoin Cash appeared first on Coin Rivet.
The following transcript is taken from season one, episode one of The Scoop, The Block's new podcast.The post A Conversation with Mike Bodson, CEO of DTCC appeared first on The Block.
DASH is on the move early. A hold onto $116 levels will be key to support a continued recovery from Wednesday’s sell-off.
It’s a mixed start to the day. While Ripple’s XRP struggles, Bitcoin Cash ABC is on the move, looking for a return to $300. This morning will be key…
The US Dollar Index touched the pinnacle near 97.85 levels on Euro plunge. EIA reported higher crude inventory data, dragging down the oil prices. The BoC decided to keep the interest rates unchanged. The Aussie pair stood on the back foot amid poor CPI figures.
The alpha release of the Lightning Labs app for desktop takes the project’s code off the testnet and over to the Bitcoin mainnet for the first time ever. As part of the upgrade to LND 0.6, the team has also made some updates to the autopilot feature that is used by many people to manage the opening/closing and rebalancing of Lightning channels to allow a user to earn small fees for BTC ‘staked’ inside the layer-two scaling solution. Today our Lightning app launches on Bitcoin mainnet! ⚡️ Try our desktop alpha featuring Neutrino, Autopilot, and a Lightning user experience that puts users in control and privacy first. Read more and install here:https://t.co/3Em5s0svZX pic.twitter.com/nR1ze0yDpZ — Lightning Labs⚡️ (@lightning) April 23, 2019 The post Lightning Labs is bringing a ‘smarter autopilot’ to the Lightning Network appeared first on Coin Rivet.
For many newcomers, cryptocurrencies can be confusing at the best of times. Not only are they extremely complex, but there are also so many of them to choose from. Bitcoin itself is no stranger to this. There are multiple iterations of Bitcoin, from the original – BTC – to Bitcoin Gold and Bitcoin Private. The biggest competitor to Bitcoin though is Bitcoin Cash (BCH). BCH is a hard fork of Bitcoin that aims to solve the issue of scaling through the use of bigger blocks. The creation of Bitcoin Cash Bitcoin Cash arose due to a large scaling debate that happened within the Bitcoin community. Debates began to arise when the Bitcoin mempool began to fill up due to the The post What is Bitcoin Cash? appeared first on Coin Rivet.
American venture capital giant Andreessen Horowitz looks set to give mass adoption of cryptocurrency a further boost by investing an enormous $1bn into the technology behind Bitcoin. In a Coin Rivet article for the Daily Express, the Californian company has said it will be turning its investment focus directly on to digital assets and the blockchain programming that underpins them. Also known as ‘a16z’, the mainstream institution is gearing up to prioritise crypto holdings across its portfolio in a move that will add confidence to the future use of online currencies like BTC and Ethereum. Andreessen Horowitz has an almost intrinsic connection to Bitcoin – both were born from the ashes of a financial crash in 2009 with a desire The post Venture capital firm set to invest a billion dollars into crypto appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Iran Threatens to Play “Trump” Card And Block Straits of Hormuz Iran is obviously upset about President Donald Trump moving to prevent Iran from selling its own oil and has threatened to block the Straits of Hormuz if the United States moves to block all countries from buying Iranian crude. The only way the US […]The post Market Morning: Iran Plays Trump…Card, Eurobank Earnings, $1B Apple Lawsuit appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Cryptocurrency’s second-largest coin in terms of market cap – Ethereum – looks like it may topple yearly highs despite falling 6% overnight. Following an extended rally from $140 at the start of April, Ethereum tested the daily 200 exponential moving average (EMA) before consolidating between the $160 level of support and the $181 level of resistance. In spite of the recent drop to $165, Ethereum looks to be coiling up for a fairly dramatic move to the upside. Bitcoin produced an Easter Sunday rally to lift itself above $5,350 before stalling just short of $5,700, but much like in 2017, numerous altcoins fell against their BTC trading pair. Similarities to 2017 bull market At the height of the 2017 bull The post Bull market approaches as Ethereum coils up in preparation for major upside move appeared first on Coin Rivet.
The loonie pair recorded new monthly levels. The Crude Oil WTI Futures showed a moderate performance. The pair traded well above the 200-days significant SMA triggering a bull call. The US-Sino trade reported positive updates giving support to the growing loonie.
Monera’s XRM looks to buck the bearish trend for a 2nd consecutive day. Some support is going to be needed for a breakout, however…
Along with the greenback upliftment, the primary rival (EUR/USD) which always benefits from a dollar plunge, dropped significantly. Crude WTI Futures traded at a new high near $66.60 per barrel elevating the commodity-linked CAD. USD/JPY lost 30 pips in a matter of a few minutes.
The number of transactions per day on the Bitcoin blockchain has been on the rise recently, and has once again eclipsed 400,000. Confirmed transactions have been on the up since the project’s inception over a decade ago and topped out at just under 500,000 transactions per day during the 2017 bull run when price hit $20,000. The fact that intrinsic network activity is again so high may signify a change in market sentiment, as confidence and volume return to the layer-one decentralised protocol. The most important chart in crypto https://t.co/XME5jivO5x #bitcoin #blockchain #finance — Erik Voorhees (@ErikVoorhees) April 23, 2019 Since the 2017 peak, we saw demand for on-chain transactions collapse in the face of fees rising above $25 for The post Number of confirmed Bitcoin transactions per day hits highest level since last bull run appeared first on Coin Rivet.
New York crypto lending firm BlockFi has announced a slew of updates that will come into effect at the start of May, including a reduction of its bitcoin deposit minimum from 1 BTC to .5 BTC and the ability to service clients in India, according to a new blog post.The post BlockFi reduces bitcoin deposit minimums; announces expansion into India as crypto deposits swell above $50 million appeared first on The Block.
Bitcoin’s most recent break above the $5,400 resistance level has seen an increase of around $25 million worth of margin short interest, with short interest overtaking long interest on crypto exchange Bitfinex for the first time this year. At the time of writing, there is currently around 24,500 BTC worth of short interest on Bitfinex ($137 million) compared to the 24,000 BTC ($134 million) in margin long interest. The margin long-short interest on the exchange is seen as a measure of sentiment for Bitcoin and the crypto markets, which have seen a flurry of trading volume following the April Fools’ Day rally. With Bitcoin’s most recent move up, it looks as though the orders protecting higher prices on the Bitfinex The post Bitcoin breaks to yearly highs as margin shorts overtake longs on Bitfinex appeared first on Coin Rivet.
During the early hours, the USD/CAD rallied benefitting on the back of greenback elevation. The pair had broken the 200-days SMA and traded above it, inviting more loonie bulls. Investors eye the upcoming Canadian Feb Wholesales figures and the US housing data reports.
23rd April 2019 – The Panxora Group, a cryptocurrency consortium, today announces the launch of its ICO Treasury Management Service (TMS). The TMS helps founders manage the capital raised through Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) to ensure that it is preserved from the volatility of cryptocurrency and can support business growth. Recent research has shown that over half of ICOs fail within four months of their launch, often due to financial mismanagement. For young crypto companies, managing ICO capital is a daunting task. Keeping it in crypto exposes it to volatility and risks loss, while converting it immediately to fiat could mean a missed opportunity to take advantage of a rising crypto market. In response, Panxora has launched the TMS to The post Panxora safeguards ICO assets with crypto treasury management service appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Binance announced that it has completed Binance Coin (BNB) mainnet swap meaning that the users can now deposit and withdraw the BNB tokens that exist natively on Binance Chain.The post Binance completes BNB mainnet swap, burns 5 million ERC20 tokens appeared first on The Block.
The price of oil, one of Canada's major exports, rose to its highest since October on growing concern about tight global supplies after the United States announced a further clampdown on Iranian oil exports. U.S. crude oil futures settled 2.7% higher at $65.70 a barrel. "We all know how correlated the Canadian dollar is with crude oil," said Erik Bregar, head of FX strategy at the Exchange Bank of Canada.
The Market remained silent in the middle of insufficient economic data on Easter Monday. The Cable was down, still sustained near 1.1300 levels. Oil price upsurged on the news suggesting Iranian sanction waiver rejection, making the loonie pair tumble further.