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  9. The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission is going to investigate cryptocurrency derivatives exchange BitMEX, according to sources cited by Bloomberg. The regulator would focus on whether or not BitMEX, a Seychelles-based firm, has been offering services to the American citizens. The exchange lets people make big bets on the cryptocurrencies with as much as 100-times margins. The CFTC considers cryptocurrencies like bitcoin as commodities, which brings companies like BitMEX – that offers futures and other crypto-based derivatives trading services – under its jurisdiction. Bloomberg reached BiMEX for further clarification and received the statement from the firm’s spokesperson as follows: “HDR Global Trading Limited, owner of BitMEX, as a matter of company policy, does not comment on any media reports about inquiries or investigations by government agencies or regulators and we have no comment on this report.” Americans Cannot Access BitMEX Until They Can The alleged investigation follows BitMEX’s removal from the North American markets. In 2018, Canadian regulator Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) sent a letter to the crypto derivative firm over its unlicensed status in the region. But, according to BitMEX’s press representative Wachsman, the firm had started closing the accounts of all its US and Canada-based customers from as back as 2015. “BitMEX has banned all US traders since 2015, and has been proactively closing accounts since guidance was obtained by US regulators, in particular the Commodities and Futures Trading Commission (CFTC),” Wachsman’s Joe Coufal told the South China Morning Post. While Americans cannot access BitMEX through an internet-based protocol based out of the US, they can still use the cryptocurrency exchange using a virtual private network tool. Such software helps the users mask their original locations by providing internet protocol (IP) addresses of other countries. A company typically relies on databases which contain a list of fake IPs to detect whether or not their users are using proxies. “BitMEX has always retained the right to close any accounts and to liquidate any open positions were trading participants has given false representations as to their location or place of residence,” explained Coufal. Banning Users In November 2018, BitMEX banned the account of famous cryptocurrency analyst and trader Tony Vays. The exchange alleged that Vays, a US citizen, provided them fake identification details before liquidating his positions. In his response, the trader said BitMEX wrongfully closed his account since he is not an American. “Just got my BitMEXdotcom account terminated on suspicion of being a US Citizen,” Vays tweeted. “Anyone else finds the timing of this odd?” Just got my @BitMEXdotcom account terminated on suspicion of being a US Citizen. Anyone else find the timing of this odd? The 900+ affiliates that accounted for half my income r gone going forward. After #Unconfiscatable Conf expect prices on all services offered by me to rise. https://t.co/6bShmcdBEF — Tone Vays [#UnderstandBit] (@ToneVays) November 12, 2018 The CFTC’s investigation closely follows Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s warning of an aggressive crackdown on bitcoin firms operating in the US. Earlier this week, the White House staff called bitcoin “a national security threat.” The post US Regulator to Probe BitMeX Cryptocurrency Exchange: Bloomberg appeared first on NewsBTC. View the full article
  10. China has officially recognized Bitcoin as a valid phenomenon for a second time after a court determined it is “virtual property.” Bitcoin Is ‘Valuable, Scarce And Disposable’ As reported by Caijing quoting the China Securities Journal, a national newsletter published by the Xinhua News Agency, a court in Hangzhou made the judgement during an ongoing dispute between a cryptocurrency exchange and one of its users. The Hangzhou Internet Court said that Bitcoin is “holds the attributes as property – valuable, scarce and disposable.” “We should recognize it as a virtual property,” the judgement text, translated by local cryptocurrency investor Dovey Wan on Twitter, added. The case itself involved now-defunct exchange FXBTC and a plaintiff known as Wu. While the court ultimately ruled against a request for compensation from Wu over missing funds, the decision to give status to Bitcoin is significant, Wan argues. “This case is a major milestone,” she commented, summarizing that the court had de facto confirmed Bitcoin is legal in China. The Hangzhou case follows on from a previous legal ruling in October 2018, when the Shenzhen Arbitration Commission similarly deemed Bitcoin should receive legal protection as property. Central Bank Agrees On ‘Virtual Property’ Tag China’s approach to cryptocurrency thus continues to present contradictory conclusions for residents. As Bitcoinist reported, the government implemented a ban on trading any form of cryptocurrency in September 2017, a policy which remains despite the two judgements. In comments to local newspaper Global Times this week, the country’s central bank, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC), further added to the mixed messages. An official validated the Hangzhou ruling, while appearing to avoid its possible implications for Bitcoin use. “Indeed, Bitcoin is virtual property, but it’s not fiat money,” they told the publication. The PBoC’s reaction to Facebook’s Libra digital currency project further complicated matters. Last week, it emerged that the bank was working on a digital currency of its own, with statements voicing concern about Libra’s potential to corrupt markets by being pegged to the US dollar. “If the digital currency is closely associated with the US dollar, it could create a scenario under which sovereign currencies would coexist with US dollar-centric digital currencies,” Wang Xin, director of the People’s Bank of China’s research bureau, said during a Q&A session. “But there would be in essence one boss, that is the US dollar and the United States. If so, it would bring a series of economic, financial and even international political consequences.” What do you think about China’s recognition of Bitcoin? Let us know in the comments below! Images via Shutterstock, Pandaily The post Bitcoin Is ‘Virtual Property’ Says Second China Court appeared first on Bitcoinist.com. View the full article
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  13. Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann spoke in favor of Facebook’s Libra during a recent G7 event, a report says View the full article
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  15. The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CTFC) has launched an investigation against the cryptocurrency exchange BitMEX, Bloomberg reported today. Probe on US customers According to Bloomberg, BitMEX is not registered in the United States, and the CFTC is probing whether the Seychelles-based crypto exchange has broken the rules by giving access to US users to […] The post Crypto Exchange BitMEX Under CFTC Investigation Over US Users: Bloomberg appeared first on CCN Markets View the full article
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  17. At least for the time being, Bitcoin (BTC) has lost steam. Since peaking at just shy of $14,000 in late-June, the cryptocurrency has seen a 35% retracement, falling to as low as $9,100 earlier this week. Related Reading: Bitcoin Volatility Surges Since February of 2019; Is Another Big Move Imminent? With this strong correction, which comes shortly after many analysts were calling for Bitcoin to break $20,000 lickety-split, BTC has purportedly broken its parabolic trend. The trend, as depicted by many analysts, has held for over six months, making this break somewhat of a bearish sign. In fact, as Peter Brandt, a legendary commodities trader, pointed out recently, a violation of the parabola could see BTC retrace by 80%, implying a price of $2,800 (actual 80% correction) or $5,000 (80% correction of rally), depending on how you analyze charts. Per previous reports from NewsBTC, the Bitcoin maximalist who has famously claimed that more than 95% of altcoins are likely to fail stated: “If current parabolic phase is violated, we could expect either an 80% correction of 7-month advance or much smaller correction w/ definition of new parabola w/ shallower slope. $BTC Note formation of possible 2-wk H&S or H&S failure” he explained in a recent tweet.” While many have focused on the first scenario, which is obviously more eye-catching than the latter, historical trends suggest that Bitcoin is unlikely to hit $5,000, despite what bears may say. Not the End of the World No, Bitcoin breaking under its seven-month parabola is not the end of the world. Far from. As Mohit Sorout, a partner at Bitazu Capital, recently pointed out, those calling for dramatic corrections due to the loss of the trend should not be paid attention to. As Sorout notes, during the starts of previous bull runs, especially the one seen in 2016/2017, there were a handful of multi-month parabolas that broke on multiple corrections. The thing is, BTC then didn’t see an 80%+ correction, so why should it experience such a downturn now? Pay ZERO attention to accounts calling doom over break of intermediate i. parabolic advances and ii. price channels. One will break, a new one will form. We're in a #Bitcoin bull market, don't get shaken out. #stacksats pic.twitter.com/Eu5ffYPDVd — Mohit Sorout (@singhsoro) July 19, 2019 The investor goes on to point out through a chart that if history repeats itself, $9,100 could be the lowest that BTC will drop to, maybe forever, and that BTC may be on the verge of entering yet another parabola. What’s more, Crypto Hamster recently pointed out that the one-day Relative Strength Index (RSI) and the Stochastic iteration of this indicator were at their lowest levels since at least February when BTC hit $9,500. The one-day Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) tapped the zero level, despite the fact that Bitcoin is in a raging bull market according to most analysis. Also, the Elder’s Forse Index, an indicator meant to exhibit the strength of moves, was at its lowest since November 2018; and historical volatility was almost at 100%, implying a move to the upside to return volatility to levels deemed normal. Related Reading: Bitcoin Suddenly Surges Past $10,000 as Bear Trend Dies; Factors & Trends Most importantly, though, this retracement is par for the course. You see, if this is truly a bull market, a 30% to 40% correction every few months is entirely normal. As CryptoSlate’s Thies reminds his followers, the rally seen in 2015 to 2017 saw BTC fall by 31% to 40% over five times, retracing to touch a key resistance-turned-support level, before continuing higher. $BTC Bull run in 2015-2017 included run-ups, typically followed by a retrace to touch the top of the prior high. These drops ranged from 31-40%, before rinsing/repeating onward. Looks very similar to what we are seeing now. pic.twitter.com/vd5grw1bVC — CryptoThies (@KingThies) July 18, 2019 What’s Next for Bitcoin? So, barring that BTC doesn’t collapse to sub-$5,000 levels, what exactly is next for the cryptocurrency? According to most analysts, a strong rally to finish the year strong. Per a recent CNBC interview with Fundstrat’s Tom Lee, Bitcoin will soon see fresh all-time highs. In that interview, Lee mentioned that BTC is likely to get boosted by Trump’s tweet on cryptocurrency, the discourse around Libra, and a growing number of issues with fiscal policy. Further supporting his thesis, Lee stated on a Binance podcast that once $10,000 is breached, FOMO will result in a “fast and furious” move to $20,000, then a six-month appreciation to potentially $40,000. This isn’t the only sign showing that $40,000 is possible. Per previous reports, Timothy Peterson laid out a model that suggested that since Bitcoin gained 180% year-to-date (effectively the 2019’s first half), it has another 250% to run. This implies a price of $40,000. There are some detractors to this theory, however. Namely Dave the Wave notes that should BTC follow its logarithmic growth curve, the asset could return to the $6,000 range by the end of 2019. Featured Image from Shutterstock The post No, Bitcoin Breaking a Parabola Won’t Force BTC to Collapse to $3,000 appeared first on NewsBTC. View the full article
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  23. Bitcoin (BTC) has rallied sharply in the last 24 hours, but the bulls must still beat key resistance just over $11,000. View the full article
  24. China is not a bitcoin-friendly country as it has taken a slew of measures to kill the flagship cryptocurrency, which include imposing a blanket ban on all initial coin offerings (ICO) and shuttering crypto exchanges. But the latest order by Hangzhou Internet Court suggests that owning bitcoin is not illegal in China as it gave […] The post Court Declares Bitcoin Legal in China as a ‘Virtual Property’ appeared first on CCN Markets View the full article
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