Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Hagen (68) has been missing since October 31st last year according to the Norwegian Police. Her husband, Tom Hagen, is Norway’s 172 richest person according to Kapital. Serious threats have been made by what appears to be the kidnappers, which is why the police has kept a low profile since they started investigating
After weeks of uncertainty surrounding its banking health that led to a halt on withdrawals, Hong Kong-based crypto exchange Bitfinex claims to have processed around $ 1 billion in cash withdrawals alone in October. New high frequency/size wire withdrawals fee released, more info here https://t.co/c8FbmS18Rl — Bitfinex (@bitfinex) November 11, 2018 According to a recent post by Bitfinex, […]
Ethereum (ETH) has been trading sideways for a long term now. This made the bears more confident and as a consequence, we saw the number of shorts piling up. The above weekly chart for ETHUSDShorts on Bitfinex explains the whole scenario. A lot of people were expecting a trend reversal around October, but when that did not happen, the bears became more confident. We saw the shorts rising above the 5 Week EMA to reach a new all-time high. Interestingly enough, soon afterwards, the number of shorts started falling with the same pace it had gone up. Currently, the number of shorts has fallen and closed below the 21 Week EMA which means they are only going to go down further in the weeks ahead.
Bitcoin has been unusually stable in recent weeks, and the decrease in volatility has now reached historic levels in the futures markets. Bitcoin Volatility Hits Record Level in Futures Markets That’s according to Kevin Davitt, senior instructor for The Options Institute at CBOE Global Markets, who said that Chicago-based derivatives exchange saws record low volatility … Continued
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Japanese cryptocurrency mining company GMO Internet Group released its monthly update for October on Nov. 5. The report shows a huge increase in the amount of bitcoin cash extracted – 875 coins, from zero in September. Altogether, the company earned about $ 3.85 million from mining BTC and BCH during the period under review.
This week may have been a slow week for the markets, however as always, the crypto news has been rife. We want to go back over a number of this week’s headlines with you for two reasons. Firstly, we want to offer you a chance to re-cap, with so much news constantly flowing, we’ll admit it’s very hard to keep up.
Secondly though, yesterday’s news can help us to decide what might happen next – by reviewing the news of this week, we can all become better investors and can all learn to make more accurate predictions, helping us to manage our portfolios more efficiently.
The month of October saw many altcoins continue to bleed out in price, with ethereum (ETH) and ripple (XRP) each declining by more than 10 percent. After almost ten months of mostly bearish price action in the cryptocurrency space, there was just one crypto token that managed to tread water in October — tron (TRX).
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Bitcoin’s monthly close today may reveal the cryptocurrency’s directional bias after a long period of low volatility.
Over the last 24 hours, the volume of Bitcoin has increased by yet another 10 percent from $ 3.5 billion to around $ 3.8 billion. On October 28, the volume of Bitcoin increased by around 20 percent from $ 3.1 billion to $ 3.5 billion, showing strong and sustainable momentum in the lower region of $ 6,000 for the first
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Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Crypto markets remain steady this week. Markets were largely unchanged from last week, with Bitcoin holding the $ 6,400 level, Ethereum keeping its $ 200 level, XRP steady at 45 cents and BCH holding the $ 440 range. The total crypto market cap is now at around […]
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. US investment giant Fidelity, which has over $ 7 trillion under management, announced its new crypto custody and order execution service, Fidelity Digital Asset Services. Fidelity aims to make Bitcoin trading accessible to major institutions, such as hedge funds. Major exchange Bitfinex re-opened fiat deposits […]
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Major exchange and Tether operator, Bitfinex, has imposed a temporary ban on all fiat deposits. Clients are no longer able to deposit Euros, Dollars, Yen or Pounds to the exchange. Withdrawals are reportedly working normally. Bitfinex has said that they expect the issue to […]
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. China’s longest-running technology magazine, Beijing Sci-Tech Report, will accept Bitcoin payments for annual subscriptions. Starting in 2019, readers will can pay 0.01 BTC to receive the publication. Some crypto industry research by Diar pointed to a bullish future. According to their report, venture capital […]
Here’s what happened this week in Bitcoin in 99 seconds. Google is ending its ban on crypto-related adverts across the US and Japan. The ban was put in place this June. It’s expected this will boost adoption by exposing more people to crypto. Bitmain published its IPO prospectus, making public its recent financial […]
September has been yet another cold month for cryptocurrency. As each new month arrives, speculation of the next bull run follows, though it seems that at the moment, bullish optimism is at an all time low. September promised to bring riches, with the SEC Bitcoin ETF deadline looming and various other big projects coming to the fore, we really did hope to see some great progression made this month.
Of course, XRP is the stand out crypto for the past two weeks, after the stunning announcement of a pending full release for xRapid, an announcement that saw XRP climb more than 100% in just a couple of days.
Ripple (XRP) is probably the most bullish looking coin right now. This is because Ripple (XRP) has already complete an almost 92% correction since its fall from $ 3.31 in January this year. In addition to that, as the above weekly chart for XRP/USD shows, Ripple (XRP) has just completed a giant bullish gartley pattern that extends all the way to 2017. This means that Ripple (XRP) can now be expected to begin a new trend at this point and possibly enter another bullish gartley formation.
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Bitcoin Gold (BTG/Bgold) is an upcoming hard fork of the Bitcoin blockchain that’s scheduled to occur on October 25. Bgold has nothing to do with the yellow metal, so it shouldn’t be confused with BitGold, the gold investment and payments firm. Bgold is equally unrelatedf to both the previous hard fork, Bitcoin Cash (BCH/Bcash), which […]