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  3. The crypto market is at a critical junction. Altcoins such as Litecoin, Ethereum, and Ripple have been capitulating, then bouncing as Bitcoin begins to struggle with its return to a bull market. Since this began, the crypto market has also been impacted by pending regulation and Facebook’s entry into the space. But before the bearish trend continues, altcoins have been rising across the board, with Litecoin leading the way as it has in the past. With its halving just ahead, will we see a resurgence in altcoins, or will Bitcoin drag down any momentum they’ve recovered thus far? Litecoin Halving Approaches: Where is the Pump? The crypto community has long been talking of the effect halving such as what occurs in Bitcoin and Litecoin would have on each asset’s valuation, and the sentiment around the market as people seek to front run what they expect to be a pump-causing event. Discussion of Litecoin’s halving permeated the industry throughout the first half of 2019, when Litecoin and other altcoins outperformed Bitcoin by a wide margin. From Litecoin’s bottom at $20, it rose to a high of $140 representing over 600% gains for investors. Bitcoin by comparison rose from $3200 to $13800, an over 300% gain. Related Reading | The United States’ Distrust in Facebook Libra Is Spilling Into Crypto Litecoin often leads rallies, and in a sense, lights the path for the rest of the altcoin market to shine. The same has happened this week as the spotlight has been put on the crypto market thanks to Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency, and has turned the entire industry upside down with fears over looming regulation from the United States and other superpowers. Altcoins Heat Up Following Bitcoin’s Drop Altcoins have spent the second and third quarter of 2019 thus far falling in value relative to Bitcoin. Whether this was driven by Binance shutting off US customers to much of the altcoin market, or if investors were dumping alts into the rising Bitcoin, altcoins have done nothing but suffer and cause suffrage for those that hold the alternative digital assets. But ever since Bitcoin fell below $10,000, the altcoin market is once again heating up. Related Reading | US Treasury Increases Regulatory Pressure on Crypto, Warns of Its Unlawful Uses Over the last 24 hours, Ethereum, Ripple, Tron, and Bitcoin Cash have all risen roughly 5%, while Litecoin has led the rally with a staggering 14% gains on the day. The next biggest gainer of the top ten was Bitcoin SV, which saw a 7% spike. On the CoinMarketCap biggest gainers and losers, the altcoin market is showing gains as high as 359% over the last 24 hours. Does this mean that the bull run is back, but maybe just not for Bitcoin and alts will have their “season” everyone has been talking about? Or is this just a big bounce from oversold conditions that will resume once Bitcoin drops? The post Litecoin Leads The Way: As Bitcoin Plummets, Altcoins Rise Across the Board appeared first on NewsBTC. View the full article
  4. A new suite of tools from Coinbase shows how the crypto exchange's top traders are managing their assets. View the full article
  5. The “FaceApp” craze, in which users can use an application to see what they will look like when they are elderly, is experiencing a second wave of popularity. Yet privacy experts point out that FaceApp may just make it that much easier for your privacy to be invaded. Your Data Is Your Concern Nobody ever […] The post FaceApp Thrusts User Privacy into Spotlight amid Russian Ties appeared first on CCN Markets View the full article
  6. Articles and hashtags referenced:https://www.newsbtc.com/2019/07/17/analyst-who-predicted-bitcoin-bottom-says-it-wont-find-new-lows/ #bitcoin #bitcoins ...
  7. Litecoin made a huge JUMP! I should have bought more. BItcoin is looking bullish also. I think we can hit $8k just as fast as we can hit $16k right now. Check out ...
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  9. Joshua Ashley Klayman Kuzar, founder and CEO, Klayman LLC and Inflection Point Blockchain Advisors, and one of the best known cryptocurrency lawyers.
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  11. Congress is discussing Facebook's Libra project, and we're breaking it down. Watch CoinDesk's Pete Rizzo and Nisa Amoils talk through the future of crypto.
  12. A confluence of negative factors slammed Netflix in the past quarter, resulting in subscriber numbers and other metrics exposing Netflix’s vulnerabilities – and leaving the streaming giant’s stock plunging in after-hours trading. Netflix Subscribers Wave Goodbye While earnings-per-share came in at $0.60, four cents above expectations, and revenue was only $10 million short of expectations […] The post Netflix Stock Implodes, Subscriber Exodus Ignites 12% Plunge appeared first on CCN Markets View the full article
  13. Jamie Dimon says that he would not spend too much time on Libra as the coin does not pose a threat in the foreseeable future View the full article
  14. The Indian government’s stance on crypto continues to spark controversy. This is especially true after reports spread on social networks suggesting that politicians want to ban all cryptocurrencies except for a sovereign token. Billionaire venture capitalist Tim Draper was one of those to voice their opinion. The famous bitcoin (BTC) advocate rejected this strategy, describing […] The post Tim Draper Slams India’s ‘Pathetic & Corrupt’ Leaders for Bitcoin Ban appeared first on CCN Markets View the full article
  15. Bitcoin’s recent bout of downwards pressure has now sent its price decisively below $10,000, which appears to have marked the end of the long period of bullish momentum that BTC has experienced over the past several weeks. Importantly, the recent drop has been leading many analysts to believe that the cryptocurrency has violated the parabolic formation it has formed in the past several months, but one prominent trader is now noting that BTC could possibly drop towards $6,100 and still maintain its parabolic formation. Bitcoin Plunges Nearly 10% as Bears Take the Wheel At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading down over 7% at its current price of $9,680, down significantly from its recent highs of $10,600. BTC’s recent move to the four-figure price region was first sparked in late-June when the cryptocurrency failed to decisively move past its 2019 high of $13,800, which proved to be a strong level of resistance that sparked the recent sell-off. Although the drop below $10,000 is certainly negative for Bitcoin’s bulls, it is important to note that the crypto is still trading up significantly over a three-month period, as it is currently up from lows of $5,000, which were set in late-April. Importantly, many analysts have been closely watching to see if Bitcoin violates the parabola it has formed in recent days, but Mr. Anderson, a popular cryptocurrency analyst on Twitter, explained that BTC may have several parabolic trend lines that could act as strong support, with the lowest one existing around $6,100. “$BTC Parabolic Curve: Calling the end of a large Parabolic Curve is NOT EASY. It seems obvious & that is why it is hard. We already have a couple of fairly logical para-trend lines that we had to cancel & we have a cpl more that may end up being canceled as well,” he explained while referencing the below chart. $BTC Parabolic Curve Calling the end of a large Parabolic Curve is NOT EASY. It seems obvious & that is why it is hard We already have a couple of fairly logical para-trend lines that we had to cancel & we have a cpl more that may end up being canceled as well#TrueCrypto28 pic.twitter.com/crZivyb6vO — Mr. Anderson (@TrueCrypto28) July 16, 2019 BTC Bears Celebrate as Selling Pressure Ramps Up Although many Bitcoin critics had been quiet during its recent ascent, the same critics are now celebrating its recent losses, with Nouriel Roubini, a renowned economist and one of the most outspoken critics of the cryptocurrency, boasting about the fact that BTC is down 55% from its all-time-highs. “BTC down 33% from June peak & 55% from ATH. It must hurt to get rekt so much! Calling bitcoin a currency, let alone 1000s of shitcoins down 95% from ATH, is a joke: not a unit of account, not means of payments (5tps); no stable store of value (-15% in a day),” he exclaimed in a recent tweet. BTC down 33% from June peak & 55% from ATH. It must hurt to get rekt so much! Calling bitcoin a currency, let alone 1000s of shitcoins down 95% from ATH, is a joke: not a unit of account, not means of payments (5tps); no stable store of value (-15% in a day). CRYPTO-ZOMBIE-LAND! — Nouriel Roubini (@Nouriel) July 17, 2019 Nouriel’s framing of Bitcoin’s recent price action is quite interesting, however, as it also signals just how far its price has come in recent times, recovering significantly from where it was at in December of 2018, where it was trading down over 83% from its all-time-highs. As the week drags on and BTC reacts to its newfound position within the four-figure price region, analysts and investors alike will hopefully gain greater insight into where the aggregated markets are heading next. Featured image from Shutterstock. The post Bitcoin Could Drop Towards $6,100 While Still Maintaining Parabola appeared first on NewsBTC. View the full article
  16. Jon and Pete Najarian, co-founders of Investitute, discuss how algorithmic trading and passive investing could exacerbate market meltdowns in this portion of a ...
  17. The very best con artists can convince people that the moon is made of green cheese and that the sky is the ocean. Or, in the case of Elon Musk, he’ll try to convince people that a Tesla will defy the laws of the free market and actually appreciate in value over time. Lies, Lies, […] The post Elon Musk Tries to Trick Tesla Owner, Fails Hilariously appeared first on CCN Markets View the full article
  18. Jeff Bandman, Lecturer in Global Affairs at Yale University, and a former fintech advisor at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) where he ...
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  20. Congress is discussing Facebook's Libra project, and we're breaking it down. Join Pete Rizzo and Juan Llanos, former fintech and regtech lead at ConsenSys ...
  21. Joel Telpner, Chair of Fintech and Blockchain Practice Group, at Sullivan & Worcester LLP talks with Pete Rizzo about the legality of Facebook's Libra.
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  23. New court filings have accused former Bitcoin Core contributor Peter Todd of sexual misconduct. View the full article
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  26. Data analysts at Longhash found that Bitcoin’s price action fluctuates most from midnight to 1 a.m. UTC. Could this present an opportunity for day traders? Does the Early Bird Get the Worm? A recently published report from Longhash found that Bitcoin’s most volatile trading hours occur between midnight and 1 a.m (UTC). The data analytics collective used Crypto Data Download to analyze Coinbase trading data from July 6, 2017, to July 2, 2019. The team observed hourly high and low prices for each hour of each day and then compared this data set to the remaining 23 hours of each day. The results show that for the past two years, midnight to 1 a.m. UTC has been the time slot where Bitcoin’s price experienced the most volatility. 1 a.m UTC is especially volatile and has a greater number of daily highs and lows than any other hour of each day. It’s possible that 1 a.m UTC is exceptionally volatile as it matches with the start of the evening in North America and beginning of the 8-hour workday in Asia. It’s fair to say that this is likely one of the times where Western and Asian traders are both actively trading cryptocurrency. The traders in Asia are just waking up and responding to the crypto news of the day, while the red-eyed North American traders are still staring at their keyboards and observing Asian traders reaction to crypto price action. Daytrade or Hodl? The chart also shows that there is not a routinely ‘perfect’ time of day to trade Bitcoin and the data set from the last two years suggests that one would have been more likely to buy into a daily low than a high if the purchase was made between 3 a.m. to noon UTC. Longhash cautions that the differences are minuscule and advises that traders not apply the information to their daily trading strategy. Ultimately, time and Bitcoin’s price action show that time spent invested in the digital assets is much more fruitful than attempting to time the market and purchase on price swings. A quick look at any long-duration chart supports this conclusion. Do you think its better to day trade or hodl Bitcoin? Share your thoughts in the comments below! Images via Shutterstock, Longhash The post Study Finds Bitcoin’s Most Volatile from Midnight to 1 A.M. (UTC) appeared first on Bitcoinist.com. View the full article
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