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Bitcoin Price Stable But Market Heading For A Slump

Bitcoin has been experiencing an unpredicted surge in its price. This surge, on the 10th September, saw the price rise from just under $6,200 to then jump to $6,450 however, the rest of market has struggled to get back on its feet and showing slow movement. The cryptocurrency saw its lowest point on 2018 on 15th August when it’s price was at $191 billion. Over the past day, the markets value dropped by $4 billion ($200 billion to $196 billion) and is now heading towards a possible slump. Bitcoin has almost stayed stable as it stays in the $6,300 mark...

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Bobby Lee Bullish On Bitcoin

The ICO widespread continues to expand throughout the world, PoW-issued crypto claim that the tokens issued through public funding aren’t right to be named bona fide decentralised backed by blockchain assets. The argument between ICO issued utility tokens and proponents of ‘pure’ digital currencies still continues on. The former CEO of the BTCC exchange, Bobby Lee has recently spoke out about his opinions on the two classifications of digital assets and his soon to be released up and coming fintech news outlet. Lee was attending the Crypto Finance Conference in California when he was discussing the matters and said: “People,...

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Ripple (XRP) Struggles To Break Past 21 EMA Against Bitcoin (BTC), Price Likely To Remain Range Bound For Now

Ripple (XRP) is currently trading within a tight range against Bitcoin (BTC). The price broke the resistance at 45,860 satoshis earlier this month but soon afterwards, it retraced. Initially, the 45,860 satoshis resistance turned into support as the 4H chart above for XRP/BTC shows that Ripple (XRP) formed two red candles after the resistance break. However, both of these candles managed to remain above the resistance turned support line. However, the third candle broke below the 45,860 satoshis resistance turned support and entered a range bound zone once again. XRP/BTC initially traded along the 21 EMA on the 4H chart....

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6 Excellent Wallets For Bitcoin In 2018

If you're looking for the best Bitcoin wallet, you want the safest option available. Ideally, that means a hardware wallet, or software at a push. We'll ignore web and mobile wallets for now, as they're just too vulnerable to hacking. Here's our list of the best six: 1. BitBox Although it's half the price of other hardware wallets, BitBox is just as safe. Made of bulletproof material, it is basically a dongle. It works with Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, and has a dual chip security system. 2. Ledger The Ledger Nano S is a flip open USB stick with two...

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Blockstream Sidechain Projects Will Speed Up Bitcoin ETF

Bitcoin side projects could speed up Bitcoin ETF, according to Samson Mow, the CSO of Blockstream. In a recent interview, Samson spoke about the general state of Bitcoin, while also providing price predictions and his thoughts on a potential timeline for Bitcoin ETF approval. Samson took the viewpoint that investors tend to look at Bitcoin from the perspective of the consumer – essentially, as an asset to buy or sell. However, he believes that Bitcoin should be viewed as more of a “communication protocol” in the vein of TCP/IP which is currently used by the internet, adding that there were...

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