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Bitcoin Price Soars Amid Record $1.2 Billion Trading Volume

Bitcoin Price Soars Amid Record $1.2 Billion Trading Volume

Bitcoin Price Soars Amid Record $1.2 Billion Trading Volume Bitcoin price achieved their biggest intraday rise since December 2017 April 12 after markets suddenly climbed over $1200 in just two hours. In a move which startled traders used to 2018s sideways price movements, BTC/USD passed $8000 twice before settling around $7700 at press time. Before the change, Bitcoin traded around $6800 across major exchanges. As commentators scrabble to find a motive for the sudden volatility, an narrative that big money is manipulating Bitcoin markets continues to hold traction. Whats more, more bitcoin changed hands during this one hour than at anytime in Bitcoins history with $1.2 billion trading volume . Quarterly futures contracts on OKEx totalled 1,313,000 before the rise, worth around $131 million at the time in what one Twitter trader called the largest ask he had seen. At the same time, the knock-on effect of billionaire George Soros announcing he would enter the cryptocurrency trading arena is still expected to move markets. Despite the head of macro investing at New York-based Soros Fund Management getting permission to trade, Bloomberg reported April 6, it remains unclear when the first moves will occur. This week, Soros was joined by the Rockefeller empire , which announced a partnership with incubator CoinFund to invest in a wide range of Blockchain startups in the long term. Dealing with the immediate aftermath of Thursdays price action meanwhile, analysts concluded further upside was needed in order to break through the more general downtrend which has characterized Bitcoin in recent months. A decisive move, one says, could nonetheless come before the start of next week. Very encouraging price action on #bitcoin , but we still need to break through the downtrend. Thi Continue reading >>

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Bitcoinity.org

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Bitcoin Struggles To Pass $11k Amid Low Volumes

Bitcoin Struggles To Pass $11k Amid Low Volumes

Bitcoin Struggles to Pass $11K Amid Low Volumes Mar 2, 2018 at 09:07 UTC|UpdatedMar 3, 2018 at 12:23 UTC Bitcoin (BTC) passed above the $11,000 mark this morning, but is having a tough time holding on to the gains amid low trading volumes. As of writing, CoinDesk's Bitcoin Price Index (BPI) had dropped slightly to $10,890 - up around 19 percent from the weekly low of $9,304.68, and 5 percent over the last 24 hours. A look the individual markets on data site CoinMarketCap shows trading volume is highest in BTC/USDT (bitcoin-tether) pair listed on the cryptocurrency exchange OKEx. Further, three out of the top 10 exchanges by volume offer BTC/USDT. So, it appears investors are using tethers to trade bitcoin - perhaps due to the USD-pegged token's low volatility. Meanwhile, 24-hour trading volume stands at $8.4 billion - the highest since Feb. 21. However, that number doesn't look particularly impressive when compared to the average daily trading volume of $13.4 billion seen in January and $13.2 billion seen around the price peak in December. Further, the 24-hour volume is largely unchanged from the February average daily volume of $8.25 billion. While stagnant volumes are a cause for concern, the odds of a bullish inverse head-and-shoulders breakout have improved, price chart analysis indicates. Daily chart (linear scale): Descending trendline breached The descending trendline (drawn from the Dec. 17 high and Jan. 6 high) resistance has been breached, using the linear price scale (also known as arithmetic scale), signaling a bullish break. Daily chart (log scale): Trendline resistance intact, BTC falls back below $11,000 On the above chart (prices as per Bitfinex), the descending trendline resistance shifts higher to around $11,600 due to the log price scale . Since BTC Continue reading >>

Bitcoin's Record-low Volumes Provide Opportunity

Bitcoin's Record-low Volumes Provide Opportunity

Bitcoin's Record-Low Volumes Provide Opportunity Bitcoin's on-chain volume is at its lowest point in months. Bitcoin fees are the lowest they've been in months - fees under 10 cents are possible again. Cryptocurrencies have offered amazing risk-adjusted returns, as JPMorgan has observed: Bitcoin's one-year Sharpe ratio is ~ 6.6, while Ethereum's is an amazing 41. Cryptocurrency investors should be cautious - prices will continue to be volatile. It has been a pretty quiet week for Bitcoin ( OTCQX:GBTC , COIN ). On-chain confirmed transactions are some of the lowest in years, dating as far back as March 2016. However, Bitcoin trading volume remains strong. This may indicate that fewer users are moving Bitcoins on/off exchange, perhaps indicating declining numbers of new users or users cashing out of Bitcoin. Bitcoin has offered amazing risk-adjusted returns over the past few years, as observed by JPMorgan ( JPM ). Ethereum's past-year Sharpe ratio is an amazing (and unsustainable) 41.4, while Bitcoin's is "only" 6.6. Despite those returns, JPMorgan warns investors that cryptocurrencies shouldn't be used as a primary hedge. Generally, I encourage cryptocurrency investors to only invest what they can afford to lose. Cryptocurrencies have attracted a lot of new investors, but those investors should be wary of their volatility and the dangers of an undiversified portfolio. Personally, I plan on using the low Bitcoin fees to trade some of my Bitcoin Cash (received from the August 2017 fork) for Bitcoin, and then move the coins back into paper wallets. I also advise all investors to ignore every prediction about where Bitcoin's price might be in a week, a month, or a year - no one knows. Focus on the technology and its adoption. Price will ultimately follow technology and adop Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Trading Volume Plunges To Two-year Low

Bitcoin Trading Volume Plunges To Two-year Low

Bitcoin Trading Volume Plunges to Two-Year Low By Nathan Reiff | March 6, 2018 10:05 AM EST Crypto Mining Up 8,500% Last Year: Report Bitcoin (BTC) had a dramatic end to 2017 and start to the new year. The top cryptocurrency in the world by market cap surged to record high prices close to $20,000 per coin in December 2017. Then it stumbled somewhat, settling down under $10,000. It has hovered in the $8,000 to $11,000 range for several weeks. A report by Coin Telegraph suggests that this sideways price action which has dominated much of 2018 so far may be contributing to an unusual effect for the cryptocurrency: bitcoin has had the lowest number of confirmed transactions per day since March 2016. BTC transactions have fallen alongside downward trends in price since the coin reached its highest level in December 2017. Since that time, as the price of bitcoin has settled down, investors seem to have lost some of the spark which drove last year's bitcoin boom. The lowest levels of transactions occurred on February 26, 2018, with only 180,000 confirmed BTC transactions. March 4 was only slightly better, with just 195,500 transactions taking place worldwide that day. So far, 2018 has not brought about a recovery strong enough to propel bitcoin to the sky-high prices it achieved late in 2017. This is in spite of new releases to support Segregated Witness (SegWit) technology in February, all of which promise to make transactions in the leading cryptocurrency both faster and cheaper. Nonetheless, investors appear to be more interested in the overall trading potential of the coin than in its efficiency. At this point, SegWit accounts for roughly one out of every three bitcoin transactions. (See also: Bitcoin Price More Likely $100 Than $100K in a Decade: Harvard Economist .) Cri Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Puzzle: Price Is Up But Transaction Volume Isn't | Fortune

Bitcoin Puzzle: Price Is Up But Transaction Volume Isn't | Fortune

Earlier this year, when Bitcoins price fell by more than 60% from its record close, a less-noticed Bitcoin figure also plunged: the number of daily transactions. There are many explanations for the fall-off in trading, from software- to news-related. Whats less understood is why the level hasnt recovered as Bitcoins price made a 50% comeback since Feb. 5. Thats left some investors wondering whether the cryptocurrency is waning in popularity. The average number of trades recorded daily has roughly dropped in half from the December highs and touched its lowest in two years last month, even as Bitcoin became a household name and roared back above $10,000. The transaction data may be bad news for Bitcoin bulls, according to Charles Morris, chief investment officer of Newscape Capital Group in London, who invests in cryptocurrencies. Trading and purchases on the Bitcoin network, which can be measured by metrics like transaction volume, is indicative of price direction, he said. We had a hype-cycle and now its cooling down, Morris, whos working on a project that will facilitate price discovery in various cryptocurrencies, said by phone from London. We just may be entering a bear market for Bitcoin. Transactions plunged from a seven-day average of almost 400,000 in mid-December to about 200,000 this week, according to research firm Blockchain.info. The last time it was this low, the currency traded below $500. Transactions waiting to be officially recognized by the Bitcoin network dropped from a seven-day average of 130 million bytes in early January to about 35 million now. Average transaction confirmation times have tumbled though that may be in part because the technology that underlies Bitcoin has already been adapted to address some of these delays. For example, a softwa Continue reading >>

Understanding Bogus Usd Crypto-currency Volume: Why You Should Disregard Fakeusd Prices Andvolume.

Understanding Bogus Usd Crypto-currency Volume: Why You Should Disregard Fakeusd Prices Andvolume.

Blog for @Bitfinexed on Twitter. Exposing possible fraud by largest Bitcoin exchange, Bitfinex/Tether Understanding Bogus USD Crypto-currency Volume: Why you should disregard FakeUSD Prices andVolume. In Crypto-Markets, pretty much every single crypto-coin is always priced in United States Dollars, or, USD. Internally, exchanges may show the prices in terms of Bitcoin if theyre not using USDT in the pairing, but the reality is nobody cares about this. They care about the USD, or fiat values, because it is these values that these people want to buy their Lambos with. Many of these people cant cash out on these exchanges either. They have to convert to Bitcoin, and then cash out for fiat on a real money exchange. It is for this reason, that prices and volume on these exchanges should be ignored. Traders dont care if they become worth more Bitcoins if those more Bitcoins represent less dollars (or other fiat currency). If you ask a trader if hed rather have 100 Bitcoins worth $1 million, or 1000 Bitcoins worth $100,000, hes going to go for the million most of the time unless he hates money. However, there is a very important point that pretty much every cryptocurrency trader is missing. The majority of exchanges, and trading, is not done in USDollars For example, heres the Number 1 Volume exchange at the time of this post, Binance. $2.1 billion in volume, on an exchange with no dollars. Itsmagic! Youll notice that the top pair is USDT, an arguably counterfeit US dollar intended evade anti-money laundering regulations and various other banking regulations. Tethers arent US Dollars, yet they get reported as if they were US Dollars. The media sees this volume and treats it as USD. This is a mistake. Coinmarketcap shows this volume at $444 million. The real volume is of cours Continue reading >>

Volume Coin Itu Apa?

Volume Coin Itu Apa?

Quote from: Ayank1 on September 28, 2017, 11:55:02 AM Mas mas.. mbak mbak.. mau tanya nih volume di market itu artinya apa sih? Gimana cara bacanya? Cuz biar trading ku agak bisa cepet dpt profit gitu volume coin itu total transaksi suatu coin di market bro, semakin besar volumenya menandakan coin tersebut banyak peminat kalo mau liat lengkapnya semua volume coin/token langsung ke www.coinmarketcap.com volume itu besaran transaksi. contoh semakin besar volumenya semakin banyak transaksi jual belinya. klo agan mau dapet profit dari trading usahain nyari koin dengan volume diatas 300 btc per hari. karna koin dengan volume besar resiko dimanipulasinya kecil jadi gk bakal berpengaruh dump/pump. luar biasa,baru kali ini saya lihat di lokal board banyak pertanyaan pertanyaaN lucu setiap harinya...lanjutkan gan Quote from: aprilnot on September 28, 2017, 12:06:17 PM volume itu besaran transaksi. contoh semakin besar volumenya semakin banyak transaksi jual belinya. klo agan mau dapet profit dari trading usahain nyari koin dengan volume diatas 300 btc per hari. karna koin dengan volume besar resiko dimanipulasinya kecil jadi gk bakal berpengaruh dump/pump. terimakasih agan atas penjelasannya ... ane sekarang jadi sedikit mengerti... volume dalam konteks pembicaraan soal pertukaran aset/mata uang adalah jumlah total aset/mata uang yang di transaksikan atau diperjual belikan. kalau saya salah tolong diluruskan. terima kasih. Quote from: Ayank1 on September 28, 2017, 11:55:02 AM Mas mas.. mbak mbak.. mau tanya nih volume di market itu artinya apa sih? Gimana cara bacanya? Cuz biar trading ku agak bisa cepet dpt profit gitu volume itu ukuran atau jumlah, jadi dalam hal ini volume adalah jumlah koin yang beredar di market jika banyak yang membeli maka volume nya akan bertambah besar Continue reading >>

A Lower Bitcoin Transaction Volume Is A Sign Of Maturity

A Lower Bitcoin Transaction Volume Is A Sign Of Maturity

A Lower Bitcoin Transaction Volume is a Sign of Maturity A Lower Bitcoin Transaction Volume is a Sign of Maturity Things are not looking great for Bitcoin as of right now. The price is dropping, and so are the number of transactions. This latter part is always subject to interpretation, though. While things may look a bit bleak now, there is no reason to believe the situation wont improve. In fact, it seems things will most certainly get better over the next few months. Using Bitcoin as a currency means competing transactions. When the Bitcoin transaction numbers are on the decline, people get concerned. It seems to indicate there is less demand for BTC, as well as little interest in effectively using it. At the same time, the Bitcoin transaction volume is affected by a lot of different factors. 1/ For the first time in Bitcoin's history, transactions per day are not increasing. We are around October 2015 tx levels. This, imo has to turn around for value to substantially increase. Economic Activity = Value. Less Economic Activity = Bearish pic.twitter.com/Vt152fiTza As has become apparent recently, transaction batching is quite popular now. This means people will see fewer transactions, but its a positive development overall. Batching leads to lower fees and faster confirmation, which is all anyone can ask for. Even, we are currently at the Bitcoin transaction level of October 2015. It is clearly not the sign people are looking for. Looking at the bigger picture, the Bitcoin transaction volume was increasing quite rapidly. This trend has become apparent for several years now. Even so, there have been a few dips along the way. This is by far the steeper dip, but it is not just because there is less economic activity per se. Looking forward, things may very well pick up Continue reading >>

Volume Coin Itu Apa?

Volume Coin Itu Apa?

Quote from: Ayank1 on September 28, 2017, 11:55:02 AM Mas mas.. mbak mbak.. mau tanya nih volume di market itu artinya apa sih? Gimana cara bacanya? Cuz biar trading ku agak bisa cepet dpt profit gitu volume coin itu total transaksi suatu coin di market bro, semakin besar volumenya menandakan coin tersebut banyak peminat kalo mau liat lengkapnya semua volume coin/token langsung ke www.coinmarketcap.com volume itu besaran transaksi. contoh semakin besar volumenya semakin banyak transaksi jual belinya. klo agan mau dapet profit dari trading usahain nyari koin dengan volume diatas 300 btc per hari. karna koin dengan volume besar resiko dimanipulasinya kecil jadi gk bakal berpengaruh dump/pump. luar biasa,baru kali ini saya lihat di lokal board banyak pertanyaan pertanyaaN lucu setiap harinya...lanjutkan gan Quote from: aprilnot on September 28, 2017, 12:06:17 PM volume itu besaran transaksi. contoh semakin besar volumenya semakin banyak transaksi jual belinya. klo agan mau dapet profit dari trading usahain nyari koin dengan volume diatas 300 btc per hari. karna koin dengan volume besar resiko dimanipulasinya kecil jadi gk bakal berpengaruh dump/pump. terimakasih agan atas penjelasannya ... ane sekarang jadi sedikit mengerti... volume dalam konteks pembicaraan soal pertukaran aset/mata uang adalah jumlah total aset/mata uang yang di transaksikan atau diperjual belikan. kalau saya salah tolong diluruskan. terima kasih. Quote from: Ayank1 on September 28, 2017, 11:55:02 AM Mas mas.. mbak mbak.. mau tanya nih volume di market itu artinya apa sih? Gimana cara bacanya? Cuz biar trading ku agak bisa cepet dpt profit gitu volume itu ukuran atau jumlah, jadi dalam hal ini volume adalah jumlah koin yang beredar di market jika banyak yang membeli maka volume nya akan bertambah besar Continue reading >>

Bitcoin: The Return Of The Volume

Bitcoin: The Return Of The Volume

Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. Everything is going as I foreseen is probably one of the most epic lines I can remember, not only because those words were spoken by the dark overlord ruling the galaxy just before his demise, but also because it mirrors so many brilliant human minds, when voicing their opinions on fields of which they are experts; of course bitcoin is no different: Im sure of something, therefore (insert whatever prediction you think is right) this article shouldnt be taken as financial advisement as it represents my personal opinion and views. I have savings invested in cryptocurrency so take whatever I write with a grain of salt. Do not invest what you cannot afford to lose and always read as much as possible about a project before investing. Youre always responsible for your own money Most of you have seen this little, tiny, minuscule, almost invisible jump in volume that happen on the 12th April 2018. So far, it has been the singular highest jump in volume ever seen as market cap went from ~ $270 Billion to ~ $300 Billion. It means around $30 Billion were added to the market in less than 3 hours. Bitcoins dominance remains over 40% and I suspect it will continue to rise as most money that just entered the market should be institutional. There are some strong contenders, like Ripple , due to the nature of the backers (mainly banks and financial institutions). Nevertheless, there are two ways of looking at this, in my own personal opinion: Either the money that just entered the market stays with the King , or Its distributed among preferential projects (top-10 I would bet on). Because there is currently a huge time gap between technological developments and price, meaning price moves due to pure speculation r Continue reading >>

Bitcoin's Falling Transaction Volume Raises Eyebrows - Crunchbase News

Bitcoin's Falling Transaction Volume Raises Eyebrows - Crunchbase News

Alex Wilhelm is the Editor in Chief of Crunchbase News, covering the intersection of startups and money. Morning Report: So what is up with Bitcoins falling transaction rate? Heres one idea. Last month, we noted that bitcoin transaction volume had fallen by a huge percentage, perhaps even half, after the cryptocurrencys price collapsed following a staggering run in 2017. Back to Earth, it seemed, was the name of the game for both bitcoins price and use. The twin declines did little to dampen M&A activity, however, as we saw the Poloniex exchange get snapped up for $400 million . The deal helped price Coinbase, at least directionally, given that the latter has higher transaction volume than the former. But global confirmed bitcoin transactions peaked in December, managed a lower top in early January, and have yet to recover. That Coinbase and other exchanges will see short-term revenue declines seems certain ( more here ). The lower transaction volume has some people confused. Especially, perhaps, bitcoin bulls. Fortune has a piece out that dives into the topic that had two quick notes we wanted to highlight. First, this potential thesis: There are many explanations for the fall-off in trading, from software- to news-related. Whats less understood is why the level hasnt recovered as Bitcoins price made a 50% comeback since Feb. 5. Thats left some investors wondering whether the cryptocurrency is waning in popularity. Merchants, payment processors and online gambling are moving off of Bitcoin, [saysKyle Samani who manages a crypto hedge fund] who has $50 million allocated to the space, said in an email. Our Bitcoin position as a fund is small I believe Bitcoin is in the process of failing. That might sound crazy. How can you run a crypto hedge fund and not believe in bit Continue reading >>

Bitcoin's Plunge In Volume Stirs Questions About Its Usage

Bitcoin's Plunge In Volume Stirs Questions About Its Usage

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. Bitcoin's Plunge in Volume Stirs Questions About Its Usage Confirmation delays also collapsed, Blockchain.info data show We just may be entering a bear market: Newscapes Morris The J-Pop Band Wants to Teach You About Cryptocurrencies Earlier this year, when Bitcoins price fell by more than 60 percent from its record close, a less-noticed Bitcoin figure also plunged: the number of daily transactions. There are many explanations for the fall-off in trading, from software- to news-related. Whats less understood is why the level hasnt recovered as Bitcoins price made a 50 percent comeback since Feb. 5. Thats left some investors wondering whether the cryptocurrency is waning in popularity. The average number of trades recorded daily has roughly dropped in half from the December highs and touched its lowest in two years last month, even as Bitcoin became a household name and roared back to near $11,000. The transaction data may be bad news for Bitcoin bulls,according to Charles Morris, chief investment officer of Newscape Capital Group in London, who invests in cryptocurrencies. Trading and purchases on the Bitcoin network, which can be measured by metrics like transaction volume, is indicative of price direction, he said. Number of transactions per day drops near lowes Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Transaction Volume Hits Two-year Low, Despite Rock-bottom Fees

Bitcoin Transaction Volume Hits Two-year Low, Despite Rock-bottom Fees

Bitcoin Transaction Volume Hits Two-Year Low, Despite Rock-Bottom Fees Bitcoin traders are holding on to their funds, despite super-low network fees, data suggests. Bitcoins sideways price action has led to the lowest number of confirmed transactions per day since March 2016, according to Blockchain.info. Data shows BTC transactions falling in line with downward trends in price since the all-time highs of December 2017. The number of transactions reached a two-year low on Feb. 26 with only 180,000 confirmed transactions, while Sunday, March 4 saw just 195,500. The slump comes at a time when Bitcoin struggles to regain the sky-high USD value it achieved late last year, when it reached $20,000 on some major exchanges. Despite the release of support for Segregated Witness ( SegWit ) technology by Bitcoin Core and exchanges Coinbase and Bitfinex in February, faster and cheaper Bitcoin transactions appear to interest investors less than overall trading potential. SegWit is slowly cornering the BTC transaction market, constituting almost 30% of transactions according to data from monitoring site SegWit Party. A glance at popular trading platforms likewise confirms the current consumer desire to hodl on to ones bitcoins and watch the market, rather than cash out or convert currencies. P2P resource Localbitcoins posted six-month lows in weekly trade volumes across global markets, with a total of just under $57 mln transactions during the week ending Feb. 24. Low transaction numbers and the small size of BTCs catalog of unprocessed transactions continue to create some of the cheapest fees seen in months, with Earn.coms calculator currently recommending 40 satoshis , or about $0.005, per byte. Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Eyes $10k After High Volume Drop

Bitcoin Eyes $10k After High Volume Drop

Mar 7, 2018 at 10:00 UTC|UpdatedMar 7, 2018 at 21:01 UTC Bitcoin is looking increasingly heavy and could test the $10,000 mark in the next 24 hours, according to the technical charts. Having failed to cut through resistance around $11,600, the cryptocurrency witnessed a high volume drop below $11,000 yesterday. CoinDesk's Bitcoin Price Index (BPI) closed (as per UTC) at $10,709 - its lowest for a week - and extended the losses to $10,435 today. As of writing, the BPI is seen at $10,465 - down 9.5 percent from the high of $11,160 seen on Monday. BTC's peers are also trading on the back foot. EOS is down 11.74 percent on a 24-hour basis and is the biggest loser among top 10 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization, according to data source CoinMarketCap . Meanwhile, ether, Ripple's XRP, litecoin and bitcoin cash have all depreciated by at least 7 percent. Price chart analysis indicates that bitcoin's 9.5 percent decline from the recent high has weakened the bulls and further losses could be in the offing. Daily chart: Bullish trendline breakout failed BTC closed above the descending trendline (drawn from the Dec. 17 high and Jan. 6 high) on March 4, indicating a bearish-to-bullish trend change. However, the follow-through was hardly encouraging and the prices fell below the trendline yesterday, signaling a failed bullish breakout. Also, as seen in the above chart (prices as per Bitfinex), the break above $11,306 (38.2 percent Fibonacci retracement) was short-lived (marked by circles). The cryptocurrency now appears to be creating a double top -like pattern with the neckline support of $9,280. 4 (Feb. 25 low), having also failed to take out the inverse head-and-shoulders neckline resistance. Clearly, the price action indicates the rally from the Feb. 6 low of $6,000 has Continue reading >>

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