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Bitcoin Eyes $6k After Key Resistance Fails To Hold

Bitcoin Eyes $6k After Key Resistance Fails To Hold

Bitcoin Eyes $6K After Key Resistance Fails to Hold Apr 6, 2018 at 10:30 UTC|UpdatedApr 7, 2018 at 10:16 UTC Bitcoin (BTC) risks falling to $6,000 in the next 24 hours, but there is limited room for a drop below that level, the technical studies indicate. BTC's retreat from the weekly high of $7,509 to $6,600 not only marks a failure on the bulls' part to hold prices above the key resistance of $7,240 (March 18 low), but also signals continuation of the bearish "lower" highs pattern (marked by hand signs) as seen on the chart below. As of writing, the cryptocurrency is changing hands at $6,565 on Bitfinex - down 3.9 percent from Thursday's close (as per UTC) of $6,769. The third lower high (i.e. drop from $7,509 to $6,600) indicates the corrective rally has ended. However, only an acceptance under $6,425 (April 1 low) would establish the third lower low and open the doors for a drop to $6,000 (February low). That said, the hourly chart and linear-scaled daily chart below do indicate the possibility of a drop below the key support. The downside break of the bearish pennant , a bearish continuation pattern, indicates the sell-off from $7,509 has resumed and prices could drop to $6,355 (target as per the measured height method, i.e. pole height subtracted from breakdown price). Interestingly, the downside, as suggested by the bearish pennant breakdown, is very near to the falling channel support seen around $5,365on the daily chart. Additionally, BTC seems to have found acceptance below a key ascending trendline support. BTC is trading well below the rising trendline (drawn from the July low and September low), which is bad news for the bulls. The trendline acted as strong support earlier this week. Also, the sell-off seen in February had run out of steam near the trendli Continue reading >>

Is It Time To Hold Or Sell Bitcoin?

Is It Time To Hold Or Sell Bitcoin?

U.S. Business Cryptocurrency Bitcoin Ripple In the wake of this weeks bitcoin slide, users are left wondering if they should hold or sell the highly volatile cryptocurrency. At the close of the market on Tuesday, bitcoin prices had fallen more than$2,000 in a day, to $11,490. By Wednesday morning, digital currency site CoinDesk reported the slide was headed toward $8,000. Also falling Tuesday were the prices of the world's other top cryptocurrencies, including ethereum and ripple. This costthe global market $200 billion during sell-offs Tuesday and Wednesday after South Korea and China hinted at a ban on trading. In Pictures: The 50 Most Powerful Military Forces in the World "I would say the strong rally in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies we saw last year is over,"analyst Makoto Sakuma of Tokyo-based NLI Research Institute told Reuters . But while the rally is over, he said, "I dont think it is right to say bitcoin is finished." Bitcoin prices dropped more than $2,000 in one day on Tuesday after values soared over twentyfold last year. ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP/Getty Images Keep up with this story and more by subscribing now In January 2017, the value of bitcoin was just $900. By mid-December, ithit an all-time high of almost $20,000. That means early investors in bitcoin would still be seeing gains; late investors would have experienced significant losses. Before the December 2017 surge, experts recommended thatcryptocurrency users sell 20 to 50 percent of their bitcoin,keepingsome money invested in it in case it gains value in coming years. "Bitcoin is deciding whether this is the moment to crash and burn," Steven Englander, head of strategy at Rafiki Capital Management, told R euters on Tuesday. "My conjecture is that cryptocurrency holders are trying to decide whether Continue reading >>

U.s. Marshals To Hold Bitcoin Auction For $50 Million Worth Of Cryptocurrency

U.s. Marshals To Hold Bitcoin Auction For $50 Million Worth Of Cryptocurrency

U.S. Marshals To Hold Bitcoin Auction For $50 Million Worth Of Cryptocurrency {{article.article.images.featured.caption}} Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. The author is a Forbes contributor. The opinions expressed are those of the writer. This story appears in the {{article.article.magazine.pretty_date}} issue of {{article.article.magazine.pubName}}. {{article.article.magazine.subscription_text}} The U.S. Marshals Service (USMS), the nations oldest federal law enforcement agency whose federal marshals have served the country since 1789, is to conduct a sealed bid auction forapproximately 3,813 Bitcoins - currently worth around $51.5 million. The auction is in connection with various federal criminal, civil and administrative cases. There is no disclosed reserve price for this auction, whichwill take place over a six-hour period on January 22 from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST), andthe United States Marshals Service saying it reserves the right to sell some, all or none of the Bitcoins for any reason. It is the sixth Bitcoin auction that the USMS have held to date. In order to register, potential bidders must complete all the necessary registration requirements by noonEST on January 19 via email ( [email protected] ). A $200,000 deposit is required to participate, with deposits being returned to non-winning bid (withinfive business days),while thedeposit of the winning bidder is retained by USMS and credited towards the purchase price. The sealed bid auction for approximately 3,813 Bitcoins separated into three series, as follows: Series B (5 blocks of 100 Bitcoins); and, Individuals will not have the opportunity to view other bids and nor will they have the opportunity to change their bid once submitted.Bids toU.S. Mar Continue reading >>

Ripple Crash 2018: Should I Hold Or Sell My Xrp Amid Cryptocurrency Crash?

Ripple Crash 2018: Should I Hold Or Sell My Xrp Amid Cryptocurrency Crash?

Home Cryptocurrency Ripple (XRP) Ripple Crash 2018: Should I Hold or Sell My XRP Amid Cryptocurrency Crash? Ripple Crash 2018: Should I Hold or Sell My XRP Amid Cryptocurrency Crash? Palwasha Saaim B.Sc Profit Confidential 2018-01-17T10:43:00Z 2018-01-17 10:52:32 ripple crash 2018 cryptomarket crash 2018 xrp crash today should you hold or sell your xrp? crypto crash 2018 bitcoin crash ripple price forecast biggest ripple crash xrp price forecast xrp price crash The Ripple crash is a reality now but surviving the ongoing cryptocurrency crash may become easy if investors follow one simple investing formula. Ripple (XRP) [caption id="attachment_118558" align="alignleft" width="300"] Credit: istock.com/Mikko Lemola[/caption] Facing the Great Cryptocurrency Crash of 2018 The moment of truth has finally arrived. Were witnessing the great cryptocurrency crash of 2018.The granddaddy of cryptos just bit the bullet and with it, the dominoes have begun to fall. While all the top 10 cryptocurrencies are trading lower by more than 20%, the Ripple crash eclipses them all with more than a 33% drop in prices in just one day.It is nerve-racking because this cryptocurrency alone has wiped out more than $40.0 billion from the market in just one week. Thats the most any cryptocurrency has lost in market value, after Bitcoin.The optimists are arguing that this could only be a market correction. After all, 20% drops are a usual sight in the cryptomarkets.While I, too, have been one of the optimists, Im throwing in the towel this time. Firstly, because prices have precipitously dropped over the past one week and are showing no signs of reversal. And secondly, because this correction has spread like an epidemic engulfing the whole crypto-universe.Im scrolling down the list of top 100 cryptocu Continue reading >>

A Strategy For When To Sell Bitcoin

A Strategy For When To Sell Bitcoin

Bloomberg the Company & Its Products Bloomberg Anywhere Remote LoginBloomberg Anywhere Login Bloomberg Terminal Demo Request Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. Maximizing gains is fine, but minimizing regrets counts for a lot too. Photographer: Jordan Mansfield/Getty Images Running a money-management firm provides a window into the psyches of all kinds of people: long-term investors, real estate speculators, institutional traders, tech entrepreneurs and everyone in between. During any given week, I speak with all sorts of people who have capital at risk in markets. Most understand what they are investing in and why. Then there are the folks who own bitcoin. Not on our recommendation, mind you; rather, through their own speculative urges and a bit of good luck. I have had conversations with folks who are now sitting on a huge financial windfall. Yet the sheer speed of bitcoin appreciation and the scale of the windfall have them paralyzed, afraid to make a decision -- any decision -- that might be wrong. It isn't just that they dont know what to do; rather they have no idea about how to approach the issue of when to sell. First, one thing I won't do is discuss the viability of cryptocurrencies as a medium of exchange, or their utility as a way to move money in (or out) of any closed economy or black market. I have no opinion on crypto valuations. Rather, this is simply a framework for those fortunate folks who want an answ Continue reading >>

Hold Or Sell

Hold Or Sell

For those of you Bitcoin owners what are your plans in these circumstances? and would you like to give me a reason. thanks. I am a millionare becasue I hold...selling is for loosers, you do not sell unless there is some fundamental problems The real problem is why does someone not make a peer to peer, napster like, exchange to avoid the goverment mafia I believe there is always a platform for peer to peer transaction for bitcoin between user at each country, but it will still goes under bank transaction unless you make a face to face deal by cash. as a normal citizen i won't mind paying tax for income like this , just hope the government mafia don't end up sucking all the profit. For me i will choose to hold my Bitcoin , the price drop maybe just because some big shark want to join the BTC market so they create this chaos to buy from small fish like us. Altcom Wallet ARRZazpJViXjVh7drNQpGRZfXJvdXa9iZa I say hold, I believe that bitcoin price will once again go up. whats happening now is just what a normal market is. And I say it is good if we buy when the price of bitcoin go down. In that way when it goes up, then you can earn more. Holding is not a good strategy to just automatically say because we dont know exactly what you are invested in, how much you have invested, how much you actually have financially, your risk management etc. So this is way to broad for us to help you. For those of you Bitcoin owners what are your plans in these circumstances? and would you like to give me a reason. thanks. as a long term investor, i usually choose to hold as long as i can no matter what happen to crypto market, bitcoin rightnow is too low to sell, i will loss a lot of money if i accept to cut losses rightnow, so i will hold until the market rise again. Just Hold, I believe Bi Continue reading >>

Bitcoin - Workshops Learn To Buy, Sell, Trade, Hold & Mine

Bitcoin - Workshops Learn To Buy, Sell, Trade, Hold & Mine

BitCoin - Workshops Learn to Buy, Sell, Trade, Hold & Mine Bitcoin - Workshops Learn to Buy, Sell, Trade, Hold & MineBe a part of the original Calgary Bitcoin Workshop Meetup hosted by our communities top Crypto Currency Traders!Our Workshop starts at 7pm with our first Coach on Crypto Currency!Meeting Agenda/Schedule15m Introductions & Settle In before we begin.45m Beginners - bitcoin basics day trade buy/sell/trade5m Questions30m Chart Reading 101, Deals, Tips, Strategies, Trends, Buying, Selling5m Questions45m News, Airdrops, Tokens, Tools, Wallets & Security5m Questions30m Long vs Short Holding Strategies5m Questions30m Affiliates & Special Guest Presenters30m Questions, hands on help, networking_____________________________4hrs Total 7-11pmCome through and learn hands-on from Experts & Speakers in Crypto Currency providing the latest knowledge of today.Bring your LAPTOPS & Digital wallets. Prizes 100's of Crypto Coins will be given away!!Benefits of Attending;-Buy Actual BTC Bitcoin on site-Meet the people who can help change your future.-Training and Coaching from local coaches.-Networking over real success stories & actual trading tips.-Chart reading & tools, Software guidance knowledge-Real hands on Help to get your Crypto strategy started.-Real Crypto Coins will be shared in contests and raffle.You don't want to miss this informational Crypto Currency networking & knowledge packed event!Seating is limited so please RSVP now.JC403-910-1141*please note - We are not giving investment advice, nobody will sell you anything at our event, our mission is to educate our community on bitcoin related products, software & marketplace.Bitcoin - Workshops Learn to Buy, Sell, Trade, Hold & Mine Continue reading >>

The Only Good Bitcoin Advice Is Four Years Old Today

The Only Good Bitcoin Advice Is Four Years Old Today

The Only Good Bitcoin Advice Is Four Years Old Today Buying Bitcoin is a Faustian gambit; a real damned if you do, damned if you dont kind of deal. On the one hand, if you do buy youre now among the Bitcoin-holding elite and are no longer left out of the modern digital gold rush. On the other hand: What the hell do you do now? For what its worth, Ive never had to deal with this problem because as a reporter Ive never invested in cryptocurrencies. But one piece of advice in the Bitcoin community has always stuck out to me as probably being the only way to stay sane once youve bought some digital coins that continually shoot upwards in value until they suddenly dont. That is: HODL. A misspelling of the word hold, chances are that youve seen this meme somewhere on the internet if youve been following Bitcoin at all. Its a mantra no matter if Bitcoins price is rallying or tankingdont sell, hold. As Coin Centers Neeraj Agrawal pointed out on Twitter Monday morning, the Bitcointalk forum post that started it all is four years old today. Posted by one GameKyuubi, the misspelled screed was made in the immediate aftermath of a now-legendary Bitcoin price crash in December of 2013. It was called, I AM HODLING. Read More: How I Learned to Deal with My Bitcoin FOMO Simply, HODLing means not selling your coins, even during a dip or a price crash. Its about playing the long game and not being seduced by the promise of quick money if you spend all day, every day, with your eyes glued to price charts trying to divine the best moment to buy or sell. It's because I'm a bad trader and I KNOW I'M A BAD TRADER, Gamekyuubi wrote. In a zero-sum game such as this, traders can only take your money if you sell. Basically, if youve bought Bitcoin keep in mind that you are not a banker just becau Continue reading >>

Bitcoin's January Struggles May Hold Clues For The Near Future

Bitcoin's January Struggles May Hold Clues For The Near Future

Bitcoin's January struggles may hold clues for the near future Bitcoin tumbled 28 percent in January amid a widespread sell-off that saw just a third of the 15 largest cryptocurrencies by market capitalization rise for the month, according to CoinMarketCap data. In contrast, ethereum, neo and stellar jumped last month. "Altcoins are going to become more dominant," says CNBC's Jon Najarian, co-founder Investitute.com. He expects many more cryptofunds will launch and the total market capitalization of cryptocurrencies will quadruple to $2 trillion this year. After bitcoin's struggles last month, several analysts see other digital coins gaining ground in a cryptocurrency world that is trying to mature. Bitcoin tumbled 28 percent in January amid a widespread sell-off that saw just a third of the 15 largest cryptocurrencies by market capitalization rise for the month, according to CoinMarketCap data. "Altcoins are going to become more dominant," said CNBC's Jon Najarian , co-founder Investitute.com. He noted that bitcoin transactions are getting more expensive, and the cryptocurrency is turning into more of an investment asset than a unit of exchange. "I love bitcoin. I trade it. I own some right now, but I own far more of ethereum , neo and some of the others," Najarian said. He expects the total market capitalization of cryptocurrencies will quadruple to $2 trillion this year. The top three performing cryptocurrencies in January, among the 15 largest, were neo, stellar and ethereum, according to CoinMarketCap. Bitcoin's share fell from about 38 percent to 33 percent of the market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies, the website's data showed. "I think ethereum will overtake bitcoin in terms of market size," said Nick Kirk, quantitative developer and data scientist at C Continue reading >>

The Big Question: Should You Sell Or Hold During A Market Correction

The Big Question: Should You Sell Or Hold During A Market Correction

Do I need fiat currency for anything right now or within the next year or so? Not really. I still cut myself a check from my company every two weeks, and I've built up a liquid emergency fund my wife and I are happy with. Thankfully, no. I feel like this is always a bad move unless... Is the crypto currency I'm considering selling soon to be a dead coin? Is the dev team gone or is it about to be delisted from major exchanges? In this case, yes, I should cut my losses and sell. Would I ever consider buying the cryptocurrencies I have now at higher prices? I think this is a really good, really important question. Would I buy bitcoin (as an example) at, say, $5,000? If I truly believed it would go up to $10k, $50k, $100k or more, than yeah, sure I would buy. When I ask this question of my current favorite cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, BitShares, and STEEM), I still think they are undervalued in the long term so yes, I would continue to buy them in the future at higher prices. The same might be said for other currencies I hold and like such Ethereum, PIVX, Stratis, Waves, DigiByte, MaidSafe, Swarm City Token, LBRY Credits and others. I think they have potential, though it may take quite some time before it's fully realized. If I sold now, it seems silly to just buy again later at higher prices. Am I dedicated to selling now and then buying back later at a lower price, trying to catch the falling knife? This, I think, is the strongest argument for selling during a market correction (assuming you don't need the money and are long cryptocurrency, which I certainly am). Why not sell high and buy low? It sounds great, but... I'm just not that great at telling the future or timing the market. When bitcoin went from $1,200 down to $250 in 2014, I didn't sell. At one point I sold som Continue reading >>

How To Buy, Hold And Send Bitcoin With Abra

How To Buy, Hold And Send Bitcoin With Abra

You can use Abra at any time where you intend to buy, hold, sell, send, and receive bitcoin or any of the 50+ fiat currencies available through the Abra app (a fiat currency is a government-issued currency, such as US dollars or Euros). As a mobile wallet, Abra is also convenient for buying, selling, and spending bitcoin while traveling. With Abra, you can choose to hold your funds in fiat or in bitcoin. By holding your funds in fiat, you can minimize the volatility of your balance, as fiat currencies are generally less volatile than cryptocurrencies. You can then decide to buy or sell bitcoin on the spot, if you choose, or send fiat to another Abra user or to someones external bitcoin wallet. By holding your funds in bitcoin, you can take advantage of the upside if the price of bitcoin goes up relative to fiat. This also exposes you to the risk that the price of bitcoin goes down. Basic risk/reward. Buying bitcoin with Abra is very simple, and after you download the Abra app and sign up, it involves two steps: Fund your Abra wallet. You can fund your wallet via bank deposit, cash deposit or using American Express Cards. See below for details on each one. Funding methods vary by country so be sure to check which payment methods are available in your country . Convert your funds. Once the funds reach your Abra wallet, change your wallet currency to Bitcoin. In addition to holding bitcoin on your Abra wallet, you can send bitcoin or money to anyone else who has a bitcoin or an Abra wallet, or shop in person or online with any of the over 100,000 merchants that already accept bitcoin. How to add or withdraw funds from your Abra wallet The first step to buying bitcoin is funding your Abra wallet. Add funds to your Abra wallet to buy bitcoin. Withdraw funds once youve sold, Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Vs Ethereum Vs Litecoin What Vinny Lingham Is Looking To Buy, Sell And Hold

Bitcoin Vs Ethereum Vs Litecoin What Vinny Lingham Is Looking To Buy, Sell And Hold

Bitcoin vs Ethereum vs Litecoin what Vinny Lingham is looking to buy, sell and hold Entrepreneur Vinny Lingham believes that Bitcoin Cash will be in greater demand than actualBitcoinin the future. In August 2017,developers split off from the original Bitcoin to form Bitcoin Cash, in an attempt to improve the speed and costs of Bitcoin transactions. Speaking to CNBC on Thursday, Lingham said that the two cryptocurrencies were currently focusing on two different markets, with Bitcoin good for investing opportunities, whileBitcoin Cash is most commonly used for fast payments. When I look at it from a product stand point I think that the greater demand is for peer-to-peer cash rather than digital gold, but this is something that we will only be certain of in a couple of years when this all plays out, he said. Lingham also provided some insight on what cryptocurrencies he would buy, sell or hold. Lingham said that part of the reason he was looking to sell Litecoin is partially because of founder Charlie Lees decision to sell his position in the coin, but also because he didnt feel like the coin had any major differentiators which set it apart from other coins. Another cryptocurrency Lingham said that he was looking to invest in was 0X (Zero-X) because of its technology for decentralising exchange protocols and its potential to adapt with possible government regulation in the future. Continue reading >>

What Does The Future Hold For Bitcoin? Buy Hodl Or Sell!?

What Does The Future Hold For Bitcoin? Buy Hodl Or Sell!?

Hey, whats up, guys? Its Dan again from cryptocamacho.com where each day I teach you how to make money in cryptocurrency. 00:09 Things Are Heating Up In Cryptocurrency Space Right now, things are heating up guys the cryptocurrency space is only going up. its going up and up and up. Adoption is increasing right. People are starting to notice, and people are starting to make more and more money with Bitcoin, with Altcoins, with ICOs, with all kinds of different things that are popping up in this cryptocurrency space right now right. We are in the midst of a huge cryptocurrency revolution right. Were really in the midst of a financial revolution, and monetary revolution right before our eyes right now. 00:37 Let Us Dialog On Bitcoin And Altcoins Today I really wanted to open up the dialog and I want to find out what you guys plan to do with your Bitcoin? As you make more and more money in Bitcoin, as you accumulate more and more Altcoins. Maybe you bought an ICO, or two. What do you plan to do with your profits? What do you planning to do with your Bitcoin in the long run right? Are you planning to hold it to buy a house? Maybe you want to start a business, maybe you want to buy a car, maybe you want to go travel the world? You know who knows what you want to do, but I want to open up the dialogue to better understand and better find out how you were cryptocurrency journey ends right? 01:07 When I Started Cryptocurrency Trading I started trading cryptocurrency about a year and a couple of months ago right. I first bought my first Bitcoin a year and a few months ago, and Ive been hooked ever since right. I havent been able to stop. Ive been trying to learn as much as I possibly can about Bitcoin, about blockchain, about tangle, about altcoins, about ICOs. 01:22 Understandi Continue reading >>

Should I Invest In Bitcoin In 2018? Here Are 4 Things You Have To Know

Should I Invest In Bitcoin In 2018? Here Are 4 Things You Have To Know

Should I Invest in Bitcoin in 2018? Here are 4 Things You Have to Know Last updated on November 30th, 2017 at 11:26 am 2017 startedwith a bang as Bitcoin shot through the $1000 mark with no signs of slowing down. As a result I get about 2 emails a day from people around the world who are asking one very simple question: Should I invest in Bitcoin? Before we begin, I want to get something out of the way Bitcoin is not a company or a stock, its a currency. If you still dont understand what Bitcoin is, watch this video . So when you want to invest in Bitcoin you are basically buying the currency. However, there are also some other forms of investing in Bitcoin. In order to answer this question the first thing you need to answer is what do you mean when you say you want to invest in Bitcoin. Do you want to buy the currency in hopes it will appreciate it value? Do you want to invest in Bitcoin related companies? Are you looking to day trade with Bitcoins ? The most common form of investing in Bitcoin is buying the currency in hopes it will appreciate in value (also knowns as hodling, see the origins of the term here ). If this is the case then you need to decide for yourself if you think this is a good time to buy. Meaning, do you think the price will continue to rise. Dont take anyones advice about what will happen with the currency, do your homework, learn about Bitcoin andcome to a conclusion. Personally I believe we are just starting, but thats my own opinion and you shouldnt consider that as investment advice as well. A few pointers for buying and holding Bitcoins: Never invest more than you are willing/able to lose Bitcoin is a very risky investment and you should keep in that in mind at all times. After buying Bitcoins make sure to move them into your own personal wa Continue reading >>

Bitcoin: Buy, Sell, Or Hold?

Bitcoin: Buy, Sell, Or Hold?

Bitcoin is at a crossroads. What do you do? Many of you have probably been following Bitcoin. I thought I would write about it since it is kind of at a crossroads, and I have been doing a lot of research on the subject lately. I have included charts of Bitcoin in the newsletter in the past because I feel there is a link between Bitcoin and gold. The link is that they are both hedges for fiat currency. I have always considered gold as an alternative to the dollar. I feel the same way about Bitcoin. Bitcoin is not a tulip mania. This is a new software application with a powerful use case - an alternate currency. It could be just as significant as Facebook, which is ubiquitous throughout the world. For those of you who do not know what Bitcoin is, here is a basic explanation. Someone named Satoshi Nakamoto, which is an alias for an unknown person or group, released Bitcoin in 2009. It is an open-source software application based on something called a blockchain. The blockchain is a digital ledger that contains who owns bitcoins and all of the transactions. The strength of the blockchain is that it has 256 encryption and has never been hacked. It is considered secure. The beauty of Bitcoin is how the bitcoins are created. It is done by something called proof of work, which is essentially a difficult math problem. This is called mining, and anyone can do it. However, currently only 3500 bitcoins are created daily. That means all of the miners are competing against each other to solve these math problems. It requires a significant amount of computer processing power to generate a single bitcoin, and this requires a lot of electricity. For this reason, most miners own a building full of computers. The 3500 bitcoins that are created daily limits how many bitcoins are in circul Continue reading >>

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