Due to extremely high demand for this amazing project, Keplertek has decided to give the cryptocurrency community one more opportunity to take advantage of the huge 30 percent bonus that was offered during Pre-Sale. The Sale will start on the 19th of June 2018 at 8 PM UTC+4 and will remain open until the 21st of June 2018 (8 PM UTC+4), giving investors exactly 24 hours and one final chance to hop on the Kepler-train during this last stage of its Pre-ICO. Investors who reserved tokens before the Pre-Sale but missed out on their purchases due to not triggering the reservations will have one LAST chance to do so now.
Today may prove to be somewhat of a difficult day for most cryptocurrencies. After nearly 10 days of solid upward momentum, the bearish pressure is forming quickly. A few currencies are still in the green whereas others are bleeding value. The Bitcoin Cash price, for example, has quickly lost 13.5% in value, which is still somewhat surprising. How low this price will go in the coming hours, remains difficult to determine.
Cryptocurrency markets are still following a bearish pattern, leaving many digital asset traders uncertain. BTC/USD values have plummeted to levels not seen since the first week of February as the price per coin had touched a low of $ 7,325 on March 18. Moreover, the whole digital asset economy is suffering from losses as the entire cryptocurrency market capitalization has dropped to a low of $ 285Bn.
Bitcoin price has almost doubled from its lowest price in February, hitting over $ 11,000 once more according to averaged figures from major exchanges Friday.
2018 In Bitcoin: Rags To (More) Riches?
The refreshing comeback, which lifted BTC/USD from a slump below $ 6000 early last month to highs of almost $ 12,000 just weeks later, has spurred fresh optimism on the largest cryptocurrency’s long-term prospects.
On Thursday, stock trading expert Ronnie Moas noted similarities between Bitcoin’s performance and that of Amazon’s stock, suggesting the run-up to 2033 will see BTC mimic the giant’s $ 750 billion successes.
It’s no secret that Bitcoin mining was a profitable business venture last year — but just how profitable was it?
First to the Gold Rush
2017 was an extremely profitable year for Bitmain Technologies Ltd., a privately owned Bitcoin mining company headquartered in Beijing, China. In addition to operating several of the world’s largest Bitcoin mining pools, Bitmain manufactures ASIC chips and the mining hardware that uses those chips. All total, the company raked in somewhere between $ 3 and $ 4 billion in profits last year, according to estimates made by Bernstein Research.
Just when you least expect it, prominent mainstream news outlet CNBC follows up months of doom and gloom with an optimistic outlook on Bitcoin.
What a Coincidence!
CNBC is somewhat notorious for hating on Bitcoin, regularly referring to the gold-standard of cryptocurrency as, at best, a risky investment. At worst, the news outlet repeatedly paints Bitcoin as a scam, fraud, Ponzi scheme or bubble by continually running stories spelling disaster for the dominant cryptocurrency.
However, immediately after Bitcoin experiences one of its worst weeks since 2013 by dropping below $ 8,000, CNBC has published an article claiming Bitcoin is in an excellent buying position. Writes trader Bill Baruch: