Bitcoin (BTC) Price Might To Drop To $3000; Here’s How?

[ad_1] Noted YouTube financial markets and cryptocurrency analyst Alessio Rastani in his latest video has talked about the possibility of bitcoin crashing down to $3000. However, he believes that his ‘wildcard BTC price scenario’ has a higher probability of playing out.  Euphoria, Anxiety, Denial Rastani began by discussing a very important market metric – the sentiment cycle. In any kind of market analysis, it is crucial to take into consideration

Markets Looking Grim, Bitcoin Lingers Above $8,000 Mark

[ad_1] Sunday, Sept. 27 — All of the top-20 cryptocurrencies by market cap continue to struggle following the sudden nosedive on Tuesday, Sept. 24.Cryptocurrency market daily overview. Source: Coin360Bitcoin (BTC) has not been able to recover from Tuesday’s painful correction, which saw double-digit losses across the board.The most popular crypto coin continues to trade sideways, down by 1.75% over the last 24 hours to trade at around $8,050 at press time,

2 Key Indicators Hint that a Bear Market is on the Cards

[ad_1] Last week was a tough week for Bitcoin (BTC) as sentiment shifted from bullish to bearish after the price fell from just under $10,000 to below $8,000 in a matter of hours on Sept. 24. After a brief bounce, Bitcoin hovered around $8,400 for 48-hours before the final drop to $7,740 came. This produced a storm of tweets from bulls like Anthony Pompliano and bears like Peter Schiff took the

Crypto News From Japan: Sept. 22–29

[ad_1] In this week’s selected cryptocurrency- and blockchain-related news from Cointelegraph Japan, Bitflyer adds the Ether (ETH)/yen pair to its trading platform, the official website adds a Japanese language version, while Monex CEO Oki Matsumoto says that Facebook opened Pandora’s box with its stablecoin project, Libra.Here is the past week of cryptocurrency and blockchain news in review, as originally reported by Cointelegraph Japan.BitFlyer adds Ether/Japanese yen pair to its

Bakkt Raked in Only $5.8 Million BTC Trading Volume in First Week

[ad_1] The highly anticipated launch of Bakkt’s physically-backed bitcoin futures has been disappointing, to say the least, posting only $5.8M of BTC trading volume in the first week. Many people in the community saw Bakkt as the catalyst to get institutional investors to enter the market. But so far, it doesn’t seem like institutions are interested. Low Trading Volume in the First Week Bakkt has been one of the most

North Korea Needs Its Own National Crypto, CBDC Fever Spreads in Asia

[ad_1] It seems that a movement to create a national cryptocurrency is gaining momentum in Asia. Following China, the North Korean authorities announced their readiness to issue digital money and even indicated the availability of all required resources — both technical and human — to implement this task. Will the government of the most isolated country in the world go further than its Asian neighbor, or is this just another attempt

A Clear Path for Ethereum

[ad_1] This article provides an overview of Ethereum’s rise, from conception through its initial coin offering (ICO) and beyond. Coinciding with the ICO came attempts to regulate and classify digital currency by multiple governmental and nongovernmental bodies — including the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), the Uniform Law Commission, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). Each

Veteran Trader Shares Tips on how to Profit from Bitcoin and Altcoin investing

[ad_1] Successful traders treat trading like a business and part of treating your trading like a business involves keeping a journal. While everyone has a different format and preference, I generally use an Excel spreadsheet to help with calculations and provide organizational clarity.Crypto investors are always curious about each other's positions and typically these conversations take place in private DMs and telegram chats. The goal here is to provide some

Bugs Discovered in Bitcoin Lightning Network Implementations, Fixed

[ad_1] Blockstream core engineer Rusty Russell discovered critical Bitcoin Lightning Network bugs that were affecting C-Lightning, Éclair, and Lightning Network Daemon (lnd) implementations. Early LN Versions Failed to Check Funding Transaction Amounts Presently, three autonomous teams are working on the Lightning Network implementations: Blockstream, ACINQ, and Lightning Labs. The main objective of these teams, among other things, is to reduce transaction costs while enhancing the scalability and security of the

Catching Up With The Bitcoin Family’s ‘Sharing Is Caring’ Tour

[ad_1] Do you ever wonder what happened to that Dutch family who sold all its possessions for bitcoin two years ago? Spanish language website, DiarioBitcoin recently caught up with the ‘Bitcoin Family’ for an interview. And the first big change would seem to be the family’s nationality… to German. You Say Potato, We Say Bitcoin Easy mistake-a to make-a, you might say; after all, Dutch sounds very like Deutsch. Although,