A Whirl Around the Crypto World: EOS, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum

We are happy to report the cryptocurrency space continues to rocket higher off its lows.

A few letters back we spoke of the large base forming in Ethereum (ETHUSD) and how long‐term players should be willing and able buyers at those cheap levels between $275 and $375

Ethereum hit $350 and has rallied up to $711 a 77% rise off its lows.

We would like to point out that the $711 level is the 61.8% Fib retracement, and long‐time readers know our dedication to the Fibs.

We expect the $495 level to offer better support on the way down and expect the $700 area to offer keen resistance for now, but the low seems to be in for now and a new trading range emerging.

Ethereum killer: Moving along and to what some have called in the past the “ethereum killer” none other than EOS, which is a platform for building DApps or Decentralized applications.

Most mainstream traditional app builders are backend code running on centralized servers, where a DApp has backend code running on a decentralized peer‐to‐peer network.

We wrote about EOS last year and have made it our focus to add it to our CC Index, which we are proud to announce its addition as of this week.

If you want to read up more on EOS and see if it is right for your crypto portfolio you can find some resources, here, here and here We feel EOS has huge potential, but it’s still trying to find a base.

Volatile EOS week: It’s super volatile which is expected as a crypto, but just for some context, after hitting a low just under $4 in mid‐March, it hit $16 this week! We would like to see continued consolidation above the $10 mark and accumulate positions just under that area. Here’s the chart:

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Bitcoin cash: Continuing with the positive moves this week, bitcoin cash had a huge week up over 51% and was the obvious standout.

Word on the street for its meteoric rise has to do with the miners burning BCH coins.

Most of our long-time readers know our disdain for bitcoin cash as the annoying bitcoin little brother. But we aren’t stupid and recognize it’s still a viable crypto. Creator Roger Ver is often found ranting on about bitcoin and its inferiority to bitcoin cash. We will let our readers decide.

So this week we find the rise correlated to the announcement by bitmain’s Antpool that it was burning  12% of the coins it earned while mining.

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Speaking of bitcoin (BTCUSD), it had a modest week up 8% but we have to say the run off the lows has been impressive as this chart shows. Bitcoin is up 46%!
This move shouldn’t come as a surprise to long-time core crypto and bitcoin advocates.

Bitcoin was a rare model of modesty this week, only up 8% as the coins we now track on average rose around 28%. That marks two solid weekly gains in a row, enough to beat the leveraged sellers into submission for now.

We would rather see some stead y consolidation set in here as opposed to 20% average moves. This is still a new and budding asset class and investors should realize the actual volatility is much larger than normal and your investing style and stamina must accommodate such activity.

Here are the settlements for the week ending April 20.

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Please notice that we are now tracking 10 cryptocurrencies in all with the newest addition EOS at the bottom of the chart which settled at $11.08, up $2.13 and 23.8% on the week.

We are glad to include them in our CryptoCorner Index and we have distributed their weighting in a proprietary fashion in the index.

The CryptoCorner Index settled at $3304.42 +$294.96 or 9.8% for the week. The index is doing its job as intended, which the goal is to smooth out the volatile currency moves by allocating across a multitude of currencies.

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Moving to other news in the space, BNC had a great article on Amazon entering the new and exciting space known as (Baas) or blockchain as a service.

We know full well the potential of Amazon (AMZN) and their endless endeavor to take over anything and everything.

We saw the writing on the wall as they look to become the one stop human shop for everything, hell one day even the AI will only have Amazon to buy from, yikes let’s not think that far ahead!

Anyway, without reading the whole article which you can find here, Amazon is getting into Baas with blockchain templates for Ethereum and Hyperledger Fabric for their Amazon Web Services.

We continue to inform our readers of the gargantuan ecosystem being built out and as these big dogs enter the fray and toss their billions into becoming the biggest and baddest, you can rest assure that blockchain is indeed the future!

OK so what other news is out there:

CCN reports that ethereum and Ripple are “non-compliant securities,” Gary Gensler a former CFTC head said they are trading illegally. You know where good ol’ Gary is now? He is special adviser to MIT’s Media Lab, public servant, private promoter. Rinse, recycle, repeat-yadda-yadda-yadda.

NY AG Schneiderman sent 13 trading platforms inquiries as to their policing policy on restricting trading from prohibited jurisdictions.

TeamBlind did a survey polling 2602 people in the crypto space asking them if they planned on reporting their earnings for crypto. And 46% said “no” – We don’t think that is a very smart move by those 46%, if it’s one thing we can tell you about the U.S. government is that when they want something, they usually get it, so we highly recommend doing the right thing! It’s in your best interest.

Stablecoin Project Basis raises $133 million VC money, which we talked about last week. And we look forward to seeing it as it develops. We are big fans of Stan D so we know he will get things done.

Also, out this week was a gigantic litecoin transaction which saw $99 million of litecoin being transferred. The transaction cost was 40 cents and it took 2.5 minutes to settle. The importance of this demonstrates the viability of the network in terms of efficiency and integrity and highlights the future of monetary transactions potential.


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Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Hard Fork May 15,2018 Details & Action Plan Guide

Bitcoin Cash, the world’s fourth-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, is preparing for a hard fork on May 15.

The cryptocurrency famously launched with a hard fork in August 2017, when BCH split from the original bitcoin (BTC) chain. Now, BCH is using the same strategy to enhance the real-world usefulness of its cryptocurrency.

The May 15 hard fork is known as Bitcoin ABC. It quadruples the block size from 8MB to 32MB.

“Legacy” bitcoin (BTC), meanwhile, continues to have a block size of 1MB. BTC has maintained the 1MB block size since launching in 2009 and has experienced significant scaling issues as a result.

Today, BTC can only process approximately seven transactions per second. Credit card networks like VISA and MasterCard, meanwhile, can process over 50,000 transactions per second. BTC has proposed a centralized solution called the Lightning Network that runs outside the original BTC blockchain, while BCH developers emphasize larger block size as an on-chain scaling solution.

Bitcoin Cash was founded on the belief that larger block size will lead to greater transactional capacity. We’ve already seen that belief in action as BCH continues to have lower fees and higher transactional capacity than BTC.

This latest hard fork was first proposed when seven Bitcoin Cash development teams met in London in November 2017 to discuss the direction of the cryptocurrency.

In addition to a block size of 32MB, Bitcoin Cash will reduce block intervals to 2.5 minutes, giving the blockchain speeds similar to Litecoin.

Plus, the hard fork could also potentially activate dormant bitcoin code that would allow the BCH network to offer features similar to ERC20 tokens on the Ethereum network – including allowing users to launch ICOs.

The price of Bitcoin Cash, meanwhile, has surged 20% in the last week. The price of BCH has doubled since the beginning of April.

Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork Changes and Upgrades

The main upgrades in this latest hard fork include:

  • Block size will be raised to 32MB, which is the largest possible block size available without changing peer-to-peer protocols
  • The hard fork will re-enable the existing opcodes that were disabled earlier (these opcodes are the building blocks for some of the more advanced smart contracts)
  • The upper turn size will be increased to 220 bytes from 40 bytes, allowing users to add more data on the upper turn for archiving on the blockchain (this could lead to the launch of “colored coins”, allowing you to track other assets that aren’t validated by miners)
  • The possibility of timestamping data (this is also a result of increasing the upper turn size); this would allow users to hash a document and add it to the blockchain in order to prove existence of the document

All Bitcoin Cash node operators are encouraged to adopt version 0.17.0 prior to the May 15 hard fork.

The next Bitcoin Cash hard fork, meanwhile, is scheduled to take place in November 2018.


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Bitcoin Cash [BCH] hits $1250 – the biggest gainer in the past 24 hours!

The week has been consistently good for all the cryptocurrencies with Bitcoin [BTC] breaching the $9000 mark after a long time followed by Ethereum [ETH] which crossed $600. But the real winner of the week amongst the top coins turned out to be Bitcoin Cash [BCH].

According to CoinMarketCap, Bitcoin Cash [BCH] at press time was trading at $1250 with a market cap of $21 billion. The coin has seen more than 59% hike in the past 7 days and more than 9% hike in the past 24 hours.


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Bitcoin Cash breaches $1250
Many market speculators believe that the reason behind the sudden rise of Bitcoin Cash [BCH] is because of the hard fork which is due on May 15th. The announcement of Bitcoin Cash [BCH] hark fork was made in November 2017 by the ABC developers with plans of reactivating some of the Bitcoin Opcodes which was deactivated earlier. In addition, the team has declared that they will be upgrading the block size to 32 MB.

Following the announcement of the hark fork date, Bitcoin Cash [BCH] trading rose from $757 on 18th April to $1229 today. There are speculations that the coin will continue to be green for a long time. Some people even believe that Bitcoin Cash has already begun to take over Bitcoin [BTC] in the crypto-space.

Eli Afram, the Head of Bitcoin Cash Australia says:
“People are waking up. Bitcoin Cash follows the original implementation designed by Satoshi to become global programmable money.”

ReformedShortTrader, a Twitterati says:
“Bitcoin Cash is achieving all what it was meant to be as the original BTC. When I read about BTC I was excited about all the possible use cases. But those use cases did not come to fruition due 2 the block size limit. That is going to change come May 15! Bitcoin Cash is BTC!”

Mark Lamb, the Co-Founder of Coinfloor says:
“‘I’ve been investing in and using Bitcoin Cash since 2012. The changes happening in the May Hard Fork bring back the original spirit of Open Source money I fell in love with. 32MB blocks and OP codes show the ability to think freely and innovate. Excited for the future.”

But many analysts also have been warning the community against the dump that could possibly take place on May 15th once the fork is done. They believe before the fork on May 15th, BCH could breach $2000 again before dropping back down to $1200.


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Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ripple, Stellar, Litecoin, Cardano, NEO, EOS: Price Analysis, April 21

The Barclay Cryptocurrency Traders Index monitors the returns of the 19 funds that trade in virtual currencies. It has taken a beating this year and is down 43.1 percent year to date.

However, funds that are market makers and who trade in arbitrage strategies are having a field day, as some have gained 30 percent in the first quarter.
This shows that whatever the market condition, the traders can always develop a strategy to profit from it.

The miners are not that lucky. According to Morgan Stanley, the miners of Bitcoin will remain unprofitable if prices remain below $8,600.
The big problem is that no one knows how to evaluate the leading cryptocurrency. The targets range from $100 to $100,000 and higher, but when prices don’t fall even during bad news, it is usually a sign that the bottom is around the corner. We believe that most digital currencies have bottomed out, at least in the short-term.

BTC/USD
Bitcoin has finally broken out of the 50-day SMA after remaining range-bound for seven days. Though this is a bullish sign, we still don’t see a strong buying conviction, as the up move is lacking momentum. This shows that the market participants are cautious of this rally.

The next target on the upside is $9,400, where we suggest booking partial profits. Once this level is crossed, a move to $10,000 is possible.
If prices fail to hold above the 50-day SMA, it will be a bearish sign and prices can fall back to the first support level of $7,900. Therefore, we suggest the traders should keep the stops on the BTC/USD pair at breakeven.

ETH/USD
Ethereum convincingly broke out of the 50-day SMA on April 19, which is a bullish sign. It has become positive and should continue to rally towards $730 levels.

Though the 50-day SMA is still falling, the 20-day EMA has turned up. A bullish crossover will provide further strength to the ETH/USD pair.
Though we are bullish, we have not suggested any trade on Ethereum. We will wait for a dip or a consolidation to enter fresh long positions.

BCH/USD
In  previous analysis, we had noticed that Bitcoin Cash doesn’t face resistance at the 50-day SMA and that is what happened. The price zoomed past the moving average on April 19 and touched our first target objective of $1,114.

Traders can book partial profits at the current levels and keep a trailing stop on the remaining position. If the bullish sentiment continues, the BCH/USD pair can rally to $1,300 and then to $1,600.
However, we need to caution the traders that the cryptocurrency has a history of vertical falls, so it’s better to protect the paper profits with a close stop loss.
We should never allow a profitable position to turn into a loss.

XRP/USD
We had recommended long positions in Ripple in our previous analysis. The digital currency easily crossed above our first target objective of $0.83 where we had proposed to book partial profits.

There is a minor resistance at $0.9, above which, the XRP/USD pair can rally to $1.08 levels. We like the way it has rallied over the past three days, which shows that the buyers are back. The moving averages are also close to a bullish crossover, which is another positive.
Traders can hold the remaining positions with a close stop loss.

XLM/USD
Stellar has broken out of our first target objective of $0.36, where we had proposed traders to book partial profits.

The break out can carry the XLM/USD pair towards its next target objective of $0.47. That’s why we had recommended trailing the stops higher on the remaining position.
The moving averages have completed a bullish crossover, which is a bullish sign but it is unlikely to be a one-way move to the highs. Hence, the stops should always be trailed higher.
As prices near $0.47, please keep tighter stops.

LTC/USD
After remaining range bound for a few days, Litecoin has found buying support. It is currently attempting to break out of the critical overhead resistance from the downtrend line and the 50-day SMA.

If successful, the LTC/USD pair will become positive and rally to $178 levels.
The logical stop loss for the trade is at $127, which doesn’t offer us a good risk to reward ratio. Thus, we shall wait for a new buy setup to form before recommending any trade on it.
If prices turn down from the resistance, it should find support at $141.

ADA/BTC
Cardano is again moving closer to our target objective of 0.000035. If this level is crossed, then the digital currency will pick up momentum and rally to 0.000045 levels.

We suggest trailing stops higher on their remaining position, instead of booking profits at 0.000035.
The ADA/BTC pair has started a new uptrend, after being in a downtrend for months. During the start of a new uptrend, the RSI can remain in the overbought territory for some time. Hence, traders should not get perturbed with the overbought levels on the RSI. Keep trailing the stops higher to lock in the paper profits. As prices move up, please tighten the stops further.

NEO/USD
NEO has finally broken out of the 50-day SMA, but it will face stiff resistance at the $80 mark, from the downtrend line of the descending triangle and the horizontal line.

We suggest booking partial profits at this level and raising the stops on the rest to breakeven.
If the NEO/USD pair breaks out of $80, it will become very bullish because the failure of a bearish pattern is a positive sign. After breaking out of the downtrend line, there is minor resistance at $92-$94. If this level is crossed, the digital currency should pick up momentum and aim to hit $140.
Hence, we are proposing to keep a part of the position open to benefit from the probable rise.

EOS/USD
EOS has broken out of the ascending channel and the horizontal resistance at $10.0650, which shows bullishness.

We had anticipated resistance in the $9.5 to $10 zone, hence had recommended traders to book partial profits around the $9.5 mark.
We had initially purchased with a target objective of $11, but looking at the bullishness, we believe that the EOS/USD pair can now rally to $12, which will also coincide with the resistance line of the ascending channel 2.
The remaining positions can be held with a trailing stop loss, which can be kept just below the support line of the ascending channel 2.
The digital currency will lose momentum if prices again fall into ascending channel 1.


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Crypto Coins: Top 5 Losers!

While some cryptocurrencies were soaring in 2018, many others have not had the same story to tell.

Bitcoin Diamond (BCD)
Bitcoin Diamond was forked off from Bitcoin blockchain on 24th November 2017. The Bitcoin Diamond sets to solve problems such as lack of privacy, slow transaction confirmations, and a high threshold for new members. The pseudonym names of the Bitcoin Diamond are Team Evey and Team 007. BCD was selling for as high as USD 109, but the story seems to have changed in 2018, as the price has plummeted to USD 2.56 and its fall is mainly due to Bitcoin’s dip.

Bitcoin Gold (BGD)
Bitcoin Gold is a digital currency and a hard fork of Bitcoin. The hard fork occurred on October 24th, 2017. Bitcoin Gold once traded at USD 500 but as at 2018, it is well in the red at USD 52.14. Bitcoin Gold was created to “return to the decentralized nature” of the BTC, and give ordinary users an opportunity to mine the new digital currency.

Qtum (QTUM)
The cryptocurrency, Qtum, is a hybrid of Ethereum and Bitcoin. While Ethereum is primarily a smart contract platform, Bitcoin was designed to be a value transfer tool, and Qtum is a bridge between these two. Qtum was launched in March 2017, with a crowdfunding campaign that lasted 30 days. It sold over USD 10 million worth of its token in the first 90 minutes, raising a total value of USD 15.7 million and stopped the campaign after five days.

Ripple (XRP)
Released in 2012, Ripple is a technology that acts as a cryptocurrency and digital payment network for financial transactions. The digital currency, XRP, acts as a bridge to other currencies, as it does not discriminate between one crypto and another. This makes it easy for any currency to be exchanged for one another. In 2017, Ripple was one of the best performing digital assets, but they are not having it easy in 2018, as the price has nosedived, despite the hype in 2017 and the announcements of new partnerships and projects.

Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
Bitcoin Cash developers aims to “increase confidence in cryptocurrency”, as Bitcoin was criticized for slow transaction times, high mining fees and high energy consumption, factors that BCH’s supporters feel it combats. The fork from Bitcoin occurred on August 1, 2017.


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Bitcoin Cash Approaches $1,000 Ahead Of Hard Fork

Bitcoin Cash climbed today, nearing $1,000 as traders purchased the digital currency in anticipation of next month’s hard fork.

The alternative protocol asset (altcoin) rose to as much as $983.58 today, CoinMarketCap figures revealed.

At this point, Bitcoin Cash was up roughly 11.3% over the last 24 hours, additional CoinMarketCap data showed.

Further, the cryptocurrency had risen more than 60% from the recent low of $603.71 it reached on April 6.

[Ed note: Investing in cryptocoins or tokens is highly speculative and the market is largely unregulated. Anyone considering it should be prepared to lose their entire investment.]

A Major Challenge

As digital currencies experience rising adoption, scaling remains one of the biggest challenges to their success, noted analyst Sebastião Coelho.

“Before we see mass adoption of cryptocurrencies, we need to see a significant reduction in the time it takes to process transactions,” said Coelho, CMO of Flashmoni, a blockchain company creating financial solutions for the unbanked and underbanked.

Bitcoin Cash was created with these considerations in mind, using 8MB blocks instead of the 1MB blocks used by the more traditional Bitcoin.

The upcoming hard fork, scheduled for May 15, will give Bitcoin Cash 32MB blocks, expanding its capacity for processing transactions.

Network Upgrades

Further, the network upgrade will add or reactivate several operation codes, noted James Song, founder and CEO of blockchain startup ExsulCoin.

“This means simplified smart contracts will be possible on the bitcoin cash blockchain,” he stated.

“This particular bit of news is what is driving market excitement around bitcoin cash.”

As traders look toward this upcoming hard fork, Bitcoin Cash is benefiting from rising “interest and volumes,” stated Oliver Isaacs, blockchain investor, advisor and influencer.

Disclosure: I own some Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ether.


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Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Set for Gains in 2018

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) recently made a huge move in the world of online payments as it continues to hope that it will eventually get more customer base than the likes of Paypal. News that Bitpay, a popular in payment services has finally incorporated the BCH infrastructure to enable invoice transactions via BCH has made investors’ to be bullish on the altcoin.

The cryptocurrency which is a Bitcoin fork has recently enjoyed a high rate of adoption despite the stagnant crypto market in the past two weeks. Merchants from all over the world will be able to send and receive crypto within the clicks of a few buttons without using the internet; this digital payment model has worked in economies like Kenya through their Mpesa payment system. The altcoin is keen on fulfilling Bitcoin’s promises of Peer to peer digital money which is quite from Bitcoin’s main focus of maintain a decentralized platform.

Cryptocurrencies have so far had a couple of shortcomings which crypto developers from all over the world are working to solve. Bitcoin Cash is currently way ahead of Bitcoin (BTC) in terms of blocks with a comfortable 8037 lead. However, users stand to gain more profits from mining Bitcoin (BTC) as opposed to mining BCH; this is because of the BCH’s mining difficulty which is above that of Bitcoin.

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has been in existence for less than a year but significant milestones like hitting the over $1000 mark have been met so far; the crypto community has invested in Bitcoin Cash heavily which could be attributed to factors like being related to Bitcoin and having a strategy to achieve a concrete fundamental value.
The altcoin has received attention and support from industry players like Unocoin, an Indian based company. The team at Unocoin recently had a launch where they introduced a multiple crypto asset exchange in which they plan on listing BCH. Popular wallet providers like Bread are also among those who have shown interest in the BCH coin, a developer from the team had the following to say;

“We have to build a fully autonomous SPV wallet, and it has to work — We can’t get away with standing up some Bitcoin-ABC nodes and changing some RPC calls. That being said, it’s already done and in final testing phase. In fact, if you’d like to test, please email me,”
The team at Bitcoin cash is working on a couple of competitive advantages which is a definite improvement to the user experience in future. The tipmebchbot is one of the projects currently in testing, the crypto community in telegram will be glad to know that this new bot by BCH will allow enable participants to give and receive tips in form of BCH. The past month has not been the best for the crypto market, large cap coins like BTC and Ethereum have been struggling to make any significant gains since the bearish crypto market in February. Bitcoin Cash has managed to defy the odds of general technical analysis in the crypto world by being one of the biggest gainers in the past week.

Price Analysis
Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is one of the four large cap coins currently ranked 4th in market capitalization. This cryptocurrency has been widely adopted and is traded in over 200 coin exchanges as a result with Huobi leading at a volume of over $37,000,000 in the past 24 hours. Investors and crypto enthusiast who wish to own the coin as of press date would have to part with $1016 for one BCH; this can have a small variance depending on the coin exchange or geographical location.

BCH has improved its volatility rank within the last 20 days to become the 2nd most volatile large cap coin while it had been in the 1st position for a long time. The volatile nature of crypto does not allow for detailed financial analysis but speculation has continued to drive this market.Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is not an exception and investors ought to have a clear view on the fundamental value and roadmap before acquiring a portfolio.


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