|Day's Range||586.34 - 625.15|
|52 Week Range||47.91 - 1,422.86|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||1.18B|
Bitcoin trading platform LedgerX now sees $7.5 million traded weekly in options products, up from $1 million during its first week.
Ethereum markets rallied a bit during the steady session on Thursday as we continue to see crypto currencies recover. It looks likely that Ethereum is going to continue to go higher from here.
Bitcoin markets continue to grind sideways in general, looking likely to try to build up enough momentum to go higher. I think that short-term pullbacks could continue to bring in buyers, unless course we break down below the significant support barrier I see just below.
Bitcoin steady after a choppy start to the day, with Bitcoin needing a rally to catch up with its peers and easy talks of a Bitcoin Cash coup.
Ethereum markets went sideways overall, with a slightly upward tilt as we continue to consolidate in both markets we follow at FX Empire. It does look like we’re trying to form a bit of a base though, so certainly there seems to be more of an upward bias.
BITCOIN, the most popular cryptocurrency, seems to have presented a minor recovery over the last days. Many people don’t like the idea of governments monetizing cryptos because they are keen on the concept of money monitoring freedom. It could be said that more and more key personalities tend to get involved in this new technology.
Pirates! Several centuries ago these unscrupulous adventurers plagued every sailable sea route, destroying livelihoods and often lives of (presumably) honest merchants. In this day and age, the era of sea bandits is pretty much over but piracy is a recurring fad, albeit much much less violent today.
Bitcoin struggled through the early part of the day, while the rest of the majors resumed their bullish runs, Bitcoin likely to be playing catch up as the day progresses.
Ethereum, much like Bitcoin, did very little during the trading session on Tuesday. Perhaps this is a reaction to the move higher that we had seen over the last couple of sessions, as traders trying to catch their collective breath.
During the session on Tuesday, there was very little in the way of movement in the Bitcoin markets. As such, it looks like the market is trying to find the next catalyst as to which direction to go.
Digital assets have sustained their higher ranges this morning, continue to trade in a tight range.
The online gaming industry is in the midst of leaving its bad image behind, taking advantage of blockchain technology that not only provides online players with much-needed data protection, but also true odds, with 0% house edge games, smart contracts for each bet and immediate payments, with disputes likely to be a thing of the past, every bet or move recorded on the company’s blockchain.
Bitcoin struggling early, but the losses are not enough to raise alarm bells, the Bitcoin Bulls buying their time to gauge whether the U.S tax deadline will spur a rally later today.
Ethereum markets continued to be busy and noisy on Monday, pulling back from the $540 level and dropping down to the $500 level by the time the Americans came on board for Monday trading.
Bitcoin markets pulled back to start the week on Monday, showing the $8400 level as being too expensive. By doing so, it looks likely that we will continue to see a bit of a struggle just above. We have pulled back several hundred dollars, and it looks likely that we will continue to see the volatility.
Coinbase added a new head of M&A and has rapidly ramped up its buying activity. Its latest acquisition: Earn.com, which offers ways to earn bitcoin for completing various tasks.
Both online and the more traditional bricks and mortar gaming houses have always had a house edge when it comes to placing bets, from the roulette table to the one arm bandit and to the video games. Zero Edge’s Pre-ICO launched on 28th February, running through to 27th April before the public ICO that is scheduled to launch on 1st May and will run through to 1st September.
Investors hit the sell button to see Bitcoin and the broader market fall back into another dip and buying opportunity, the bullish trend formed through the first week of April at risk should support not kick in this afternoon.