|Day's Range||0.506 - 0.524|
|52 Week Range||0.1275 - 3.2900|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||326.74M|
Wednesday, June 27: The largest U.S. nail manufacturer, Mid Continent Nail, is suffering as a result of the Trump steel tariffs; Amazon, Salesforce and other tech companies file brief against travel ban following Supreme Court's ruling; Facebook does a reversal on its cryptocurrency ad policy. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts gets you up to speed.
The cryptomarket is turning bullish following an extended bearish trend that had left investors on the defensive. Following a second day of solid gains on Tuesday, momentum has continued this morning with resistance levels being tested.
VCTRADE, the new crypto exchange built by financial giant SBI Holdings, is finally open to all Japanese residents after months of delays.
A separation between XRP and Ripple is set to come into effect, a move that will allow both retail and institutional investors to have a clear idea of what the two are and what they stand for.
The majors hold on in the early hours following the weekend recovery, with resistance levels in play today as the investors look to break free from the bearish sentiment that has pinned the majors down of late.
Understanding what cryptocurrencies are and how they work can help you make an informed decision about whether or not you should become a crypto market investor. While there are still potentially compelling reasons to invest, there are also reasons thoughtful investors may want to wait and see how the market plays out.
It’s another slow day for Bitcoin, though investors will be looking for a sign of another weekend rally to ease some of the pain from the previous week.
Bitcoin News The rundown: the price of Bitcoin and all major cryptocurrencies were up in the morning; Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky released a report on cryptocurrency social engineering schemes; New York is offering cheapest electric power to cryptocurrency miners; Bitcoin payment startup Abra allows users to buy Bitcoin using a credit card or debit card; […] The post Bitcoin News Cryptocurrency Daily Roundup July 13 appeared first on Market Exclusive.
It’s been a positive start to the day, though whether the majors can hold on remains to be seen, with the extended bearish trend continuing to pin back the majors. The news wires have influenced and could do so again, requiring some caution.
Bitcoin News The rundown: Bitcoin and all major cryptocurrencies (except Litecoin which was up 2.66%) were down today in the morning; Bart Smith, a Wall Street trader, thinks that Bitcoin is the best bet for crypto investors; India is not going to completely ban cryptocurrencies; the Opera web browser is offering a built-in crypto wallet […] The post Bitcoin News Cryptocurrency Daily Roundup July 11 appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Jean-Pierre Landau, who is responsible to investigate the French blockchain regulatory policy, said that cryptocurrencies should not be directly regulated.
The raging debate between decentralized and centralized cryptocurrency exchanges regarding which type better serves the public is still being hotly contested.
Over 120 venture capital (VC) firms have now made two or more investments in blockchain companies. With that in mind, we will look at the development of venture capital in the industry and some of the leading players.
The majors were the beneficiary of some favourable news from the South Korean government on Saturday, with the moves through the early part of today to decide whether a bearish trend reversal is about to kick in.
Jed McCaleb and Chris Larsen, Founders of Ripple Labs, the company that introduced Ripple (XRP-USD) cryptocurrency, has been slapped with a lawsuit for the third time in less than two months. As per the report, the plaintiff, a private XRP investor has alleged that the founders broke both federal and state securities laws to make […] The post Ripple Labs’ Founders Slapped With Lawsuit For Breaking Federal & State Securities Laws appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Bitcoin News The rundown: Bitcoin and all major cryptocurrencies were up this morning; BTCC, a Hong Kong exchange, is re-launching its crypto exchange platform; Thailand’s Association of Securities Companies is considering launching a new cryptocurrency exchange; the Polish Bitcoin Association is challenging banks over crypto account refusals; the Philippines is set to issue 25 licenses […] The post Bitcoin News Cryptocurrency Daily Roundup July 3 appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Bitcoin News Bitcoin was trading down early in the morning; Decentral has launched Jaxx Liberty, calling it “the web browser” for digital assets; Venture capital firm Union Square Ventures plans to make a long-term investment in Bitcoin and blockchain; BleepingComputer issued a warning for a new type of cryptocurrency malware; Line, a freeware app for […] The post Bitcoin News Cryptocurrency Daily Roundup July 2 appeared first on Market Exclusive.
BitMEX Co-founder Arthur Hayes stated on CNBC that he remains bullish and believes the price of Bitcoin will reach $50,000 by the end of this year despite the recent falling of cryptos. Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market cap, fell last week under the $6000 level but currently is trading at $6341. How Can Bitcoin be Used as A Crime Weapon?
The majors consolidated Friday’s gains on Saturday, but the sea of red returned in the early hours of the day to test investor resolve ahead of Monday, the majors needing to reverse the morning’s gains to go into the week on a high note.
Bitcoin in positive territory early, though another range bound start to the day could spell trouble again, as investors remain wary of another sell-off, the broader market having seen a number through the week.
After yet another broad based market sell-off, it’s a choppy start to the day, with the majors striking new swing lo levels in the early hours. Moves through the day will dictate what lies ahead for the weekend.
ICOs are here to stay and there’s not much that traditional institutions can do to stop it. ICOs make it easier for entrepreneurs to raise funding for their idea – and that, in a world where it is increasingly hard to sell new products and services.
Bitcoin News Bitcoin and all major cryptocurrencies were down in the morning; Facebook is removing its ban on cryptocurrencies ads; The Federal Reserve Economic Data databases has added four cryptocurrencies; Cryptocurrency expert Claire Wells believes that the price of Bitcoin will go up over the next few months; Florida has created a new position of […] The post Bitcoin News Crypto Currency Daily Roundup June 27 – Facebook To Allow Cryptocurrency Ads appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Bitcoin News The price of Bitcoin (BTC) was up in the morning; venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz has launched a $300-million cryptocurrency fund; Robinhood is planning to launch its own cryptocurrency wallet; Bitcoin is gaining popularity in Europe,; the Central Bank of the Bahamas to launch its own cryptocurrency; and India is expected to finalize […] The post Bitcoin News Crypto Currency Daily Roundup June 26 appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Suffice it to say, blockchain holds a lot of potentials, but where is it going in 2018? We recently had a discussion with Guy Galboiz, an aspiring Tech Entrepreneur, and Investor, who shared with us some of the ways that blockchain will become integrated into the world.