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Bitcoin (BTC) continued to head north to peak in more than three months after questioning expectations of a temporary price cut.
In eight hours, starting at 10:00 a.m. UTC on February 5, the price of BTC rose by 5.9%, going from 9,250 USD to around 9,775 USD before a small agreement was reached, which which has made current prices around $ 9,559.
Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, CEO of the British encryption company BCB Group, said the recent moves at BTC were likely due to the shallow depth of the market, which is increasing the supply of buyers.
“Any significant size continues to rock the boat, while lower bullish drivers are the usual suspects in the next half division,” said Landsberg-Sadie.
However, the impact on the recent price hike from BTC could also be due to activity in the altcoin market.
Su Zhu, co-founder of Three Arrows Capital, said that the price movements were led by highly capitalized altcoins, especially ether (ETH).
“There have been statements from the CFTC that ether futures will arrive before the end of the year, and there have been recent positive technological advances both in the Ethereum base layer and towards ETH2.0, “said Zhu.
The short-term 7-day change in the price of ETH increased by 18.5%, as did the XRP which started to increase the BTC, while Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin SV (BSV) gained 17 6 respectively And 12.9. Percentage for 24 hours. Display Messari data.
In December news.Bitcoin.com reported on the Croatian Post’s launch of their own crypto exchange service. After a pilot run in the tourist friendly city of Zadar, the program was expanded to 55 post office branches nationwide starting December 11. Now almost two months in, Croatian Post has provided an update to news.Bitcoin.com on the progress of the exchange. Local users of the service have increased since the pilot, and the most popular cryptos traded are BTC, ETH, and XRP.
Locals and Tourists Alike Now Using Exchange Service
The Croatian Post crypto exchange service allows users to exchange crypto for Croatian kuna at 55 post office branches across the country. Supported cryptocurrencies are bitcoin core, ether, XRP, stellar, and EOS. According to the corporation, which is the largest postal provider in the Republic of Croatia, “During the pilot that was done in a tourist centre Zadar [the service] was mostly used by foreigners, but since the state-wide launch in December it became more and more popular with locals.”
The initial announcement in December pointed to the convenience for tourists, who want to easily convert their crypto to local currencies while traveling, stating: “In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of cryptocurrency users, who very often plan to travel to those places where they can convert their digital money to the national currency.”
Now that the program is becoming more popular with local users and not just tourists, the Croatian Post notes that “We are very satisfied with the volumes of the service. Of course, we are expecting much higher volumes of cryptocurrency exchange when the tourist season starts.” A buy option is also planned to be introduced soon, providing a crypto on-ramp for users.
Most Popular Cryptos Exchanged for Croatian Kuna
Regarding the most popular cryptos, Croatian Post told news.Bitcoin.com:
Most popular crypto exchanged is, as expected, Bitcoin, followed by Ether. Ripple is also quite popular. EOS and Stellar Lumens are also accepted, but not as commonly recognised and used.
The group further elaborated, “The service is quite new, only launched in December state-wide, so we don’t have many recurring customers and we don’t see any rules in the way people use this service. Depending on the time of the year and also on part of the country however we see a difference in resident and non-resident customers.”
As news.Bitcoin.com’s Kevin Helms recently reported, in addition to Croatian Post, similar services are also being offered by post offices in Liechtenstein and Austria. Should residents and tourists in Croatia wish to purchase or sell bitcoin cash (BCH), they can do so via a variety of payment methods on the private peer-to-peer trading platform local.Bitcoin.com.
What do you think about the progress of Croatian Post’s new service? Let us know in the comments section below.
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In terms of adoption from large institutional investors, bitcoin still remains uncharted territory due to its regulatory uncertainty. In the latest episode of the Citizen Bitcoin podcast, Andy Edstrom, Wealth Manager at WESCAP Group talks about the way in which the world of finance has reacted and is adopting bitcoin.
Regarding bitcoin’s growth and adoption from traditional investors, Edstrom said that “there are a lot of people in the world who take time to learn and they are cautious with respect to investing or allocating their capital to something i.e. [let’s say, not new, right? We’re more than a decade into Bitcoin] relatively new and is challenging a much longer and more established order. So yeah, I can imagine a scenario where it takes decades, or I can imagine a scenario where there’s a tipping point.”
In terms of adoption and the possible future where ‘hyperbitcoinization’, i.e. a scenario in which bitcoin becomes the most dominant form of money in the world, is a reality, Edstrom suggested that FOMO along with various socio-political factors may contribute to the tipping point. He highlighted that his estimation for bitcoin in the next ten years is that “from aninvestment point of view, I take a 10-year view, and I think the total valuation on 10 years that I use is about 8 trillion”
Speaking about whether there is interest from traditional financial institutions and investors in bitcoin, Edstrom said that while many are apprehensive, it’s a costly opportunity to overlook, he said:
” If you are an institutional investor, whether you’re wealth manager acting on behalf of others, or a fund manager the number of excuses that you have for ignoring this thing [bitcoin] are falling away with every day that goes by. These are all factors that I think that institutional investors are going to have to be thinking about very carefully right now.”
Despite the benefits and potential cryptocurrencies like bitcoin have – the regulatoryuncertainty and the fact that this is a tech-driven currency may not instill bullish sentiments in many investors. A recent Bitwise survey of 415 advisors in the United States who manage around $24 trillion worth of assets indicated that only 6% were willing to consider investing client funds into crypto-assets and bitcoin.
The Canadian Securities Administration (CSA), the nation’s financial regulator has released new guidelines to govern crypto market participants in the country. The new guidelines require all bitcoin (BTC) trading venues and crypto exchanges to come under its purview and operate in total compliance with securities law, according to a Finance Magnates report on January 17, 2020.
Canada Tightens Crypto Regulatory Oversight
At a time when the price of Bitcoin (BTC) and altcoins have started to rise again, with analysts saying that another bull season may be upon us, Canadian authorities have formulated new guidelines to govern crypto market participants, as part of larger plans to provide regularity clarity.
Per sources close to the matter, The Canadian Securities Administration (CAS) has made it clear that all centralized digital assets exchanges in the region as well as those servicing Canadian residents from other locations, must abide by its securities law.
The latest guidelines stipulate that the securities law applies to all crypto exchanges and bitcoin-linked businesses facilitating the trading of securities or assets, as well as those handling the buying and selling of cryptos such as bitcoin, which falls under the commodities category.
Eliminating Crypto Regulatory Uncertainty
Commenting on the new guideline, Louis Morisset, who doubles as the Chairman of the CSA and President and CEO of the Autorite des Marches Financiers AMF, the independent body overseeing France’s financial markets reiterated that the new legislation will allow crypto market participants to “determine whether their business is subject to securities legislation.”
Though the CSA’s move has reportedly been criticized by some market participants, the agency has however made it clear that it’s focused on creating an enabling environment for fintech businesses and new technologies to thrive.
“The rapidly evolving crypto ecosystem makes it necessary for us to clarify our regulatory framework to better support fintech businesses looking to offer innovative products, services, and applications in Canada.”
With the new legislation now live, the CAS has stated categorically that both exchanges based in Canada and those abroad, who fail to observe the securities law will be punished accordingly.
As cryptos and the underlying distributed ledger technology (DLT) continue to gain traction, authorities around the world are now paying moreattention to the industry, in terms of regulation.
The cryptocurrency market is often discredited for its shorter period of existence. When compared to traditional markets, Bitcoin’s market has had only 10 years of active trading, which is why people tend to constantly overlook its sustainability in the longer run.
This popular opinion was recently called into question after Sean Nance, a Bitcoin trader, drew a comparison between traditional stock market trading and the Bitcoin trading market. According to Nance, stock market trading has been operational for approx 1638 hours a year, a figure which is easily trumped by Bitcoin’s 8760 hours/year activity. When illustrated in terms of year duration, for every 1 year of active stock trading, Bitcoins registered close to 5.3 years of activity.
Therefore, Bitcoin’s 9.5 years of existence is equal to around 50.8 years of stock trading.
Another example taken by Nance was a comparison with the forex market. The forex market has been active for 5972 hours a year, which pans out to be about 1.5 years of crypto-trading per year of forex trading. Hence, historically, Bitcoin’s been active for 13.9 years with respect to forex trading time.
The aforementioned comparison is insightful because it contradicts the common assumption that the cryptocurrency market has not matured enough in the trading market yet, a factor due to which traditional investors often avoid entering its ecosystem.
Moreover, Nance also laid down a chart comparison between Bitcoin’s weekly chart with Dow Jones’ Industrial 37 day chart. Nance indicated that Bitcoin reached $20,000 way faster periodically since it had way more active hours over the last decade. However, Nance also clarified that the maturity rate suggested that its growth was more as an asset than as a form of currency. He said,
“It trades more like an asset than it does like a currency. So far the charts are more comparable, and we should hope it continues that way because currencies don’t typically display unlimited growth.“
The aforementioned comparison adds significant weight to Bitcoin’s market and its credibility, something which has been consistently undermined by traditional market traders.
The most popular cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, continues to roll out new services on its platform. The latest to hit the list is its support for purchasing cryptocurrency via binding Visa cards. The announcement made earlier today stated that customers can buy cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Binance Coin, and XRP directly once their Visa card has been linked to their Binance account.
“Binance will now allow users to bind their Visa cards to their accounts and purchase crypto using this card, directly on Binance.com. To access this service, users can visit the ‘Buy Crypto’ page, select an amount of EUR or GBP, click next, and then click “Add Card” to bind their Visa card.”
While the new service acts as a boon to the exchange, this particular service is, however, limited to only Visa cards “issued within the European Economic Area” as of now, which applies to both Visa debit and credit card. Binance also stated that the platform would soon support Mastercard and more currencies soon.
At present, the countries that are covered under the Visa debit and credit card binding includes: United Kingdom, Malta, Romania, Spain, Iceland, Slovenia, Liechtenstein, Norway, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Netherlands, France, Germany, Poland, Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Finland, Ireland, and Latvia.
The cryptocurrency market is still in a downward trend. It is now increasingly clear that BTC / USD will end up testing at least $ 6,000, if not less. The reason I say $ 6,000 is that it is strong psychological support. When the price rose above this level after a temporary low of $ 3,132, it was seen as the start of a new bull market operated by the vast majority of traders in this market. While this may not seem as convincing to most of these traders as it used to be, they still expect the price to drop to that level. BTC / USD is currently trading well below the 200-day moving average and has a strong downtrend. However, we need a break below $ 6,000 to see an aggressive drop.
Most cryptocurrency traders are interested in how to trade it, as it makes no difference to a trader whether the price will go up or down as long as there is an exchange to be made. The current outlook for BTC / USD in the short term appears to be slightly optimistic, with the potential for a recovery towards the level of $ 7.4000. It could extend in the event of another short press if it looks like the one we saw earlier this week. During the 4 hour period, the BTC / USD already tested the moving average of 200 and was rejected. This means that the price does not necessarily have to go up as high. In any case, there is no reason to become bearish in the short term. If the price drops below $ 7,000, it is very likely to do so after some sort of lateral movement that shows enough weakness to indicate more clearly what might follow next.
The short-term outlook for the EUR / USD currency market has changed. While we can still expect a short-lived upward movement in Bitcoin (BTC) and the rest of the cryptocurrency market, it’s important to know that the price of Bitcoin (BTC) will follow the EUR currency pair. / USD when there is one. broader established position trends. We may not stay in sync in the short term, but if the EUR / USD currency pair continues to fall, Bitcoin (BTC) is not expected to hold.
Large investors in most emerging markets are looking to larger markets to determine what might happen next. In this market, most of these investors determine the direction of Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies. Being a very small market compared to the stock market or other emerging markets is very easy to handle. For some, it would be an excuse not to take advantage of the opportunities in this market, for others, it could only be the reality they need to develop strategies to stay under the radar and the movements of market makers and whales. benefit. Even if the BTC / USD is more likely to fall in the long term, it is important to be fast enough to react to market developments in the short term.
A former JPMorgan derivatives trader is suing one of the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchanges for $300 million after it allegedly failed to deliver his equity.
According to filing with the Superior Court of the State of California in San Francisco dated Dec. 4, Frank Amato and RGB Coin are now pursuing action against BitMEX, its CEO Arthur Hayes and owner HDR Global Trading.
Investor: BitMEX prevented recognition of entitlement
Amato says he was among the first seed investors in BitMEX in 2015, contributing $30,000 on the understanding he would later receive equity in the company. Amato alleges that this has not happened as of the present day.
Following Amato’s initial investment, the exchange purportedly received another $30,000 from startup accelerator SOSV, which would trigger Amato’s contracted equity conversion. However, the filing states that Hayes “sought to conceal information” from Amato specifically to “prevent recognition of his equity.”
According to unofficial estimates, Amato’s share of the company is now worth $50 million. In total, the investor is seeking a giant $300 million settlement. The filing summarizes:
“Through this action, Plaintiffs seek damages representing the value of their equity interest in BitMEX, which is conservatively estimated to exceed $50,000,000, together with punitive damages of $250,000,000. Plaintiffs also seek injunctive relief and other remedies, together with their attorneys’ fees and costs.”
Exchange brushes off setbacks
The move is the latest headache for BitMEX, which has seen its popularity endure despite a major data leak in November. As Cointelegraph reported, executives appeared little concerned by the blunder, which saw user email addresses sent en masse to other users.
Nonetheless, business remains brisk. Daily trade volume for its Bitcoin (BTC) derivatives was $1.6 billion at press time.
In July, sudden volatility hit Bitcoin markets as traders withdrew funds from BitMEX after reports that it was under investigation by regulators in the United States.