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Why is there no conventional crypto trading software?

Why is there no conventional crypto trading software?

The appearance of cryptocurrencies changed the whole world upside down. Back in 2009, when Bitcoin was first introduced, the world still had no idea what they were dealing with but in the past 3 years, cryptocurrencies emerged at the highest level in the financial world.

Today cryptos offer various features that are significantly different from traditional fiat money. The absence of regulations, supervision from a central government as well as safety of transactions make them one of the most preferred options of payment. 

Crypto trading has also become a very popular type of activity alongside Forex in recent years. Considering the fact that cryptos are volatile people use them for trading and some of them make decent income. There are numerous crypto exchanges that offer good conditions for trading, but unfortunately, there is no trading software available like MetaTrader in Forex or cTrader. In this article, we will talk about the main reasons behind the absence of crypto trading software.

The field is not development fully

We have mentioned at the beginning that crypto is relatively a new industry that has not yet developed to its maximum. If we take Forex which has been in the international arena for a long time trading platforms have evolved to its maximum. Softwares like MetaTrader and cTrader were developed after a long time Forex trading evolved. Even now when people trade with cTrader brokerages and MetaTrader ones such platforms have gone a really long way. And of course, the development of modern technologies did a great job in that regard.

In the case of crypto, all this needs some time, which can take 5, 10, 15 years until we get a fully-fledged operational system that will help traders. So all we have to do is wait.

Number of people involved in crypto trading

We know that millions of people are involved in Forex trading but in crypto, the number of people here is relatively few. Of course, when there are more people engaged in trading it is more incentive to develop new programs that will aid traders in their activities. Crypto trading is another case where we have not yet reached that number of people which will be sufficient for creating adequate software. 

Less interest from traders

The interest from crypto traders is one of the main reasons for the absence of crypto trading platforms. In Forex which is a fully developed field, the crypto industry lacks that interest from its traders to create software that will be helpful for conducting trading activities. Once again one of the focal points behind this decision is the fact that the crypto industry is a fresh one, where not a plentiful amount of people are involved. This could change in the future but making exact predictions is very difficult.

Conclusion 

Trading is step by step conquering the financial world. People find it useful to make additional money alongside their main jobs. However, trading is very difficult especially if we are talking about crypto, which is volatile and changes all the time. But with proper knowledge and experience, everything is achievable with time.

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Bitcoin critic Mark Mobius still bearish on the leading coin, compares bitcoin to a “casino operation”

Bitcoin critic Mark Mobius still bearish on the leading coin, compares bitcoin to a “casino operation”

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  • There are many critics of the leading cryptocurrency out there. Peter Schiff, a well-known naysayer of the digital asset has been very vocal in the past on his opinion on the King coin. 
  • Others include Mark Mobius, a founding partner of Mobius capital partners who has recently said that he is still bearish on bitcoin.

There are many critics of the leading cryptocurrency out there. Peter Schiff, a well-known naysayer of the digital asset has been very vocal in the past on his opinion on the King coin. Others include Mark Mobius, a founding partner of Mobius capital partners who has recently said that he is still bearish on bitcoin. Last week, Mark spoke in an interview with FN where he said that bitcoin investment is like investing in a casino operation. He highlighted that the spike in the price for bitcoin is a “casino operation based on all sorts of rumours and speculation.“ 

On top of this, Mark highlighted that there is no trustworthy information and data that can be used to predict the next move for any cryptocurrency, specifically bitcoin. 

“Trying to predict the price of Bitcoin is a loser’s game.” 

Many people are well aware by now that bitcoin and other alternative coins are known for their volatility. Not being able to predict the next move that to bitcoin makes could arguably be part of its charm.

Earlier this year in March, bitcoin took a 50% drop in just one day to then slowly recover quickly over the next few months. It is now with over $18,500. A big impact for the coin was the 2020 United States presidential elections between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. During the hectic week of the elections, as everyone waited for the result, bitcoin was quietly improving its price.

But as many people start to come around to the coin and the advantages that it can bring, Mobius still criticises bitcoin at every turn. In the past, Mark has said that bitcoin is more like a religion than a currency to invest in.

More recently, Mark said that the coin has yet to prove itself as a safe haven as it is backed by nothing more than faith and hope. A gold-backed cryptocurrency could be what the world needs instead, as he went on to argue:

“If there is a cryptocurrency that is really backed by gold and there is a meaningful agreement and some kind of modern thing connection, then this could be quite interesting.”

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Blockchain implementation is only possible through B2B partnerships

Blockchain implementation is only possible through B2B partnerships

Blockchain is one of the most vital technologies in the 21st century and is one thing that most countries have in common. Its emergence has led many experts to believe that it is possible for technology to change the world in a few decades, just as the internet came and changed the world. Although it is still at its early development stages, many companies and countries are employing its use for their processes. The blockchain application seems limitless, as it is used in many processes by varying individuals and institutions. Although the most obvious use of blockchain is in the financial sector - international payments, complex financial products, remittances, and cryptocurrency, it is also used to resolve issues and create new opportunities in defense, supply chain, healthcare, government voting, luxury goods, and management. 

Blockchain advantages for B2B

The role that blockchain plays worldwide is often downplayed. While this statement is true for both companies and users, the technology is a very effective tool in providing business solutions. In addition to the many advantages that come with blockchain, the ones that stand out are security, transparency, accountability, and profitability of B2B ventures.

Unlike B2B, B2C is pretty hard because the customer needs to be educated about the product and the value they may receive from the blockchain. While a business partner would either already know or would be more understanding towards it. A good example is blockchain companies partnering with banks to implement their technology. Online casinos are not left out. They are adopting this technology through their partners as they continue to churn out blockchain-based games. For example, when people find the best Playtech bonuses, it's usually provided through BTC or ETH. Why? Because the games are usually designed to do so.

Blockchain acts as a bank for companies that are involved in the production of goods and services for different companies. Companies use it to send and receive money, accept deposits, sign contracts, and a whole lot more. Many people often either confuse block change to mean just cryptocurrencies or online banks. However, this is not the case. Blockchain is broader than just cryptos and involves many processes that are used differently. The reason why blockchain cannot be considered as an online bank is that even online banks are still powered by central authorities, while blockchain is decentralized.

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CTO of ripple tells all on how much XRP owns

CTO of ripple tells all on how much XRP owns

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  • David Schwartz, the chief technical officer of the San Francisco-based blockchain company ripple has recently explained how much XRP he owns.
  • Technically, because he owns such a mass sum, it makes him a whale in crypto terms.

David Schwartz, the chief technical officer of the San Francisco-based blockchain company ripple has recently explained how much XRP he owns.

Technically, because he owns such a mass sum, it makes him a whale in crypto terms.

As one of the original developers and designers of the token and XRP Ledger, David revealed that he would leave his job when the price of the token reaches $1.

David did not disclose the exact amount of the token that he owns however, he did say that it was less than 10 million and more than 1 million. 

As a result of his public tweet explaining his portfolio for the token, the community reacted and questioned why he had very little exposure to the token while other founders of the ledger such as Chris Larsen have billions of the token in their possession.

The token for the San Francisco company has been performing quite mildly over the course of this year. Not much has happened in 2020 for the token but who knows what the future will hold. Many believe that 2021 will be the year for XRP but only time will tell.

Earlier this year, David gave even more details on his cryptocurrency portfolio saying that he regretted dumping such huge amounts of bitcoin and ethereum for cheap at the time. However, he did explain that he did this as a part of a “derisking plan“ that he had contact with his wife.

 

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Tyler Winklevoss on BTC: FOMO yet to kick in

Tyler Winklevoss on BTC: FOMO yet to kick in

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  • One of the brothers of the well-known Winklevoss twins, Tyler Winklevoss has recently said that the spike in bitcoins price that brought it to $18,000 is not yet a FOMO price run. 
  • Speaking in a tweet, Tyler said that the spike in the bitcoins price was due to the steady hands in the overall crypto industry.

One of the brothers of the well-known Winklevoss twins, Tyler Winklevoss has recently said that the spike in bitcoins price that brought it to $18,000 is not yet a FOMO price run. Speaking in a tweet, Tyler said that the spike in the bitcoins price was due to the steady hands in the overall crypto industry. He added that this means many investors are on the sidelines and have yet to get fully involved.

For those that don’t know, FOMO (fear of missing out) is a term used in investments such as cryptocurrency to describe panic buying. When the price of bitcoin starts to rise, many people panic buying due to a fear of missing out.

Specifically, Tyler highlights the stable and steady search term popularity on Google for bitcoin indicating that a spike in Google searches for the leading crypto coin would be a big sign of FOMO kicking in but this has yet to happen.

If you take a look at the Google searches for bitcoin over the past year, it will indicate that the highest it has ever reached was in May this year when the coin hit a $10,000 for the second time in 2020. Since May, there have been numerous prices with fluctuations bringing the price down and up consistently.

Over the course of this year alone, bitcoin has been able to surpass numerous price key resistance levels. Many people believe that the coin is well on its way to $20,000 by the end of the year. Furthermore, institutional investment has been on the rise massively this year with bitcoin being on many corporate balance sheets. This has helped adoption as more people are getting involved with the industry on a daily basis.

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