Bitcoin Bearish Candlestick Bitcoin / Dollar BITFINEX:BTCUSD JordanWillson Perfect pinbar candlestick formed on Tuesday showing some bearish control coming back into play. 10281 price is showing some resistance and a key level so lets see if the retracement now completes and breaks back through 38.20%.
The euro has ticked lower in the Friday session. Currently the pair is trading at 1.2313, down 0.14% on the day. On the release front, German Final GDP dipped to 0.6% for the fourth quarter, matching the estimate. The markets also correctly predicted eurozone inflation reports, as Final CPI and Final Core CPI came in at 1.3% and 1.0%, respectively. In the US, there are no data releases, but we’ll hear from three FOMC members – William Dudley, Loretta Mester and John Williams. Traders should be prepared for possible movement if any of these policymakers weigh in on the Fed’s future monetary policy. The Federal Reserve
Next week the ethereum classic (ETC) community is expecting to receive coins from a ‘snapshot’ fork called ‘callisto’ (CLO). The clone will be an exact copy of the ETC chain up until block 5,500,000 and ETC holders will receive a 1:1 ratio of CLO coins. Also Read: China Censors Cryptocurrency Ads on Search Engines and Social Media The First High Profile Hard Fork Is About to Get Forked The funny thing about ethereum classic is that it was one of the first high profile blockchain splits and ethereum (ETH) holders received a 1:1 ratio of ETC after the hard fork at block 1,920,000. The fork was
EURJPY – 240 – Watch the break outs EURO / JAPANESE YEN FX_IDC:EURJPY DariusAnucauskas EUR/JPY has been trading slightly sideways. On Monday and Tuesday we saw the pair closing the day in the green, but Wednesday’s session had a sharp move towards the 133 area, but closed the daily candle at around 132.100 level. Thursday was marked by continued selling, but it found support at 131.270 area. On the 4h chart, we can see that the price is being held by this short-term downwards moving trendline that started on the 3rd of February. The potential is still more to the downside and a close
It has always been assumed that a large number of ICOs will fail, be it at the fundraising stage or when it comes to delivering the actual project. It’s hard to settle on a precise figure, however, as most dubious ICOs don’t exit scam: they slowly tiptoe away, like a sneak thief rather than a smash-and-grab robber. Having completed an extensive study into last year’s crowdsales, news.Bitcoin.com can report that 46% of them are effectively dead already – despite raising over $104 million. Also read: FBI Arrests Exchange Operator for Lying About 6000 Bitcoin Hack ICOs Are Even Riskier Than You Think Given enough time, everything
Secured Automated Lending Technology (SALT) has an enviable problem if its recent Medium post is to be believed. The membership-based crypto-as-collateral loan platform has declared “a demand of over $1.3b in loan requests” is forcing it to suspend “new membership registrations, loan requests, and purchases of SALT.” Also read: How To Regain Control From Nanny Zuck SALT Comes to a Halt Colorado-based SALT has only been around since late 2017, but during that time it claims to have issued “over $23m in blockchain-backed loans.” If that wasn’t enough, “there is still a demand of over $1.3b in loan requests that we are diligently working to address,”