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BNB Down, Binance Markets Tank on US Exclusion

The relationship between cryptocurrency exchanges and regulators have historically represented a precarious one. As the space continues to grow and mature, regulators are taking an increasingly active and firm approach to the compliance and cooperation of exchanges. Binance is the most recent player affected by this dynamic. Early this morning, Binance announced that it would cease service to US users in 90 days. Binance represents the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world by many metrics. Additionally, they’ve previously taken a relatively lax stance towards accounts in the US, which has made it especially popular among United States residents. Naturally, this news carries massive consequences. Over 20% of Binance’s traffic comes from the US, and American trading activity might make up an even larger percentage. The platform’s exchange token, BNB, has already reacted to the news. It’s down close to 10% versus Bitcoin over the past 24 hours and currently trading at US$32.50 (down roughly three dollars from yesterday). While BNB losses are certainly significant, the bigger scare for Binance users comes site-wide. Of the roughly 150 markets traded against Bitcoin, only five have netted 24 hours gains: MITH (+46%), NULS (+16%), HC (+12%), WPR (+8%), and SNM (+2.5%). The likely explanation for this activity is Binance users, particularly those based in the US, are liquidating all their coins to move their funds off of Binance. For many of the coins traded, Binance represents their most active market. Therefore, when sell-offs happen on Binance, it isn’t absorbed by trading on other exchanges. Zooming out, it’ll be interesting to see whether today marks the biggest sell-off or simply the tip of the iceberg. BNB has been among the largest gainers of any asset in 2019. It started the year trading at US$6. Despite today’s losses, the coin still carries an over 5 times growth from the beginning of the year. If this news represents a decline in Binance dominance over the market, it should be expected that current losses are just the start. Other Exchange Tokens The broader exchange token market suggests that BNB may continue to fall. KuCoin’s exchange token, KuCoin Shares (KCS), is one of the biggest gainers on the day: up 15% versus Bitcoin, 18% against USD. It’s currently trading at US$1.50. Leading decentralized exchange IDEX’s token is also up big: 21.5% against USD and 19% on BTC. Unlike BNB, both of these coins offer fee-sharing, where holders earn a portion of exchange fees. The upwards pressure of these exchanges tokens against the downwards pressure of BNB suggests that speculators anticipate trading volume to migrate away from Binance onto other platforms. At current rates, KCS’s dividend is only 3% annually. IDEX is better, at over 11%, but represents a smaller market with higher volatility in trade volume. At current prices and activity, neither represents a phenomenal investment opportunity, which means those purchasing now expect greater volume and returns in the future. Unfortunately, if today’s price action is part of a larger trend, it may highlight even graver consequences in the crypto space. Coins and tokens that rely too heavily on Binance may be stuck falling alongside BNB. Image(s): Shutterstock.com The post BNB Down, Binance Markets Tank on US Exclusion appeared first on NullTX.
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Nebulas, GXS, NULS and Neblio Top All Cryptos; Coins in Total Down 0.54% Overall, 20 Coins Make Surprising Moves

Top Performers and Notable Moves Over the past day, the top performing coin out of the 133 coins we are tracking was Nebulas, which offered a day-over-day return 47.66%. Rounding out the top four currencies for the day were GXS, NULS, and Neblio, which provided holders with returns of 31.34%, 20.99%, and 17.65% for the day. The moves in all these coins were a bit surprising, in that they were well outside of the trading range normally associated with each of the currencies in question. Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex A Macro View of the Crypto Market Since yesterday, the average change in the price of coins in our index was a move down -0.5396%. On a more granular level, 28% of the coins we’re tracking were up while 72% of the coins were down. The chart below shows the average daily change for all the coins in our index over time. 24 coins have crossed their 20 day moving average over the past 24 hours; these currencies may be of interest to traders interested in strategies involving trading around the 20 day moving average. Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Which Currencies Had Major Price Moves? The coins that crossed their moving average are: Qtum, Storj, Raiden Network Token, SONM, Lisk, Agrello, Storm, Eidoo, Power Ledger, SingularityNET, Ontology, Groestlcoin, Chainlink, Loopring, Augur, VIBE, NavCoin, Mainframe, Bitcoin Diamond, VeChain, Streamr DATAcoin, Quantstamp, Zcash, NEO. Volatility traders may also wish to note that NA of the 133 we are monitoring have had their volatility contract over the past two weeks. Contracting volatility often leads to a big move in price, so this may be something to monitor. Below is a chart that zooms in a bit more, showing 4 coins trading below their 20 day moving average and exhibiting contracting volatility. Are these coins ready for a rally? Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Article by SixJupiter The post Nebulas, GXS, NULS and Neblio Top All Cryptos; Coins in Total Down 0.54% Overall, 20 Coins Make Surprising Moves appeared first on DecentralPost.
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Chainlink, GXS, Lunyr and Populous Top All Cryptos; Coins in Total Up 0.52% Overall, 16 Coins Cross Key Moving Average

Yesterday’s Movers and Shakers Over the past day, the top performing coin out of the 133 coins we are tracking was Chainlink, which offered a day-over-day return 17.53%. The next three best performing currencies were GXS, Lunyr, and Populous, which gave holders daily returns of 15.21%, 7.84%, and 6.91%. These moves were quite significant, in the sense that they were well outside of the volatility each of the respective coins had seen for the past two weeks. Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex The Crypto Big Picture In the past day, the average percent change in price for the coins in our index was a move up 0.5243%. Drilling down, we see that 74 coins we’re tracking were up while 59 coins were down. The chart below shows the average daily change for all the coins in our index over time. 16 coins have crossed their 20 day moving average over the past 24 hours; these currencies may be of interest to traders interested in strategies involving trading around the 20 day moving average. Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Currencies With Significant Price Moves The coins that crossed their moving average are: Zcash, Insolar, GXS, VIBE, Litecoin, SingularityNET, BlockMason Credit Protocol, THETA, Raiden Network Token, AppCoins, Streamr DATAcoin, Eidoo, NULS, Aeron, Pundi X, Loom Network. Likewise, volatility has continued to trend lower and contract for NA of the 133 coins in our index; contracting volatility often precedes a breakout, so these coins may be gearing up for a larger move. Below is a chart that zooms in a bit more, showing 4 coins trading below their 20 day moving average and exhibiting contracting volatility. Are these coins ready for a rally? Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Article by SixJupiter The post Chainlink, GXS, Lunyr and Populous Top All Cryptos; Coins in Total Up 0.52% Overall, 16 Coins Cross Key Moving Average appeared first on DecentralPost.
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Holo, Syscoin, Ambrosus and Pundi X Top All Cryptos; Coins as a Whole Up 3.65% Overall, 27 Coins Have Contracting Volatility

The Big Winners From Yesterday Since yesterday, the coin that fared the best out of the 134 coins in our index was Holo, whose price is up 20.49%. The next three best performing currencies were Syscoin, Ambrosus, and Pundi X, which gave holders daily returns of 19%, 13.51%, and 12.68%. These moves were notable not only for their magnitude relative to other coins, but also because they were large and surprising relative to the volatility of each of these currencies over the past two weeks. Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex The Crypto Big Picture Since yesterday, the average change in the price of coins in our index was a move up 3.6478%. On a more granular level, 89% of the coins we’re tracking were up while 11% of the coins were down. The visualization below illustrates the average daily change in the price of the coins we’re tracking. Since yesterday, 27 have crossed their 20 day moving average; these coins may be of interest to traders who believe the 20 day moving average may be a key level that draws traders in. Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Currencies With Significant Price Moves Here’s a list of the specific coins that crossed their key moving average level: district0x, Waltonchain, Loopring, BQX, SONM, Moeda Loyalty Points, Everex, NULS, Basic Attention Token, BlockMason Credit Protocol, Blox, GXS, Quantstamp, Etherparty, Cindicator, Time New Bank, OST, iExec RLC, Insolar, IOST, POA Network, Zilliqa, WePower, IoTeX, Streamr DATAcoin, Pundi X, Red Pulse Phoenix. Also of note is that 27 of the 134 we track have contracting volatility. Volatility contraction often precedes a breakout, so this may be something to watch. Below is a chart that zooms in a bit more, showing 4 coins trading below their 20 day moving average and exhibiting contracting volatility. Are these coins ready for a rally? Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Article by SixJupiter The post Holo, Syscoin, Ambrosus and Pundi X Top All Cryptos; Coins as a Whole Up 3.65% Overall, 27 Coins Have Contracting Volatility appeared first on DecentralPost.
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Chainlink, AppCoins, Syscoin and Binance Coin Fare the Best in Crypto; Coins as a Whole Down 12.49% Overall, 38 Coins Have Contracting Volatility

Yesterday’s Movers and Shakers Over the past day, the top performing coin out of the 134 coins we are tracking was Chainlink, which offered a day-over-day return 11.7%. Other notable currencies were AppCoins, Syscoin, and Binance Coin, which experienced daily returns of -2.32%, -4.41%, and -4.71% respectively. These moves were notable not only for their magnitude relative to other coins, but also because they were large and surprising relative to the volatility of each of these currencies over the past two weeks. Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex A Macro View of the Crypto Market In the past day, the average percent change in price for the coins in our index was a move down -12.4874%. On a more granular level, 1% of the coins we’re tracking were up while 99% of the coins were down. The chart below shows the average daily change for all the coins in our index over time. 38 coins are especially close to their 20 day moving average, and thus may be worth watching for technical traders who view the 20 day moving average as a key support/resistance level. Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Which Currencies Had Major Price Moves? Those 38 coins are: district0x, Waltonchain, Loopring, SingularDTV, BQX, SONM, Moeda Loyalty Points, Metal, AirSwap, Everex, NULS, Basic Attention Token, BlockMason Credit Protocol, Aeron, Genesis Vision, Blox, GXS, Quantstamp, Etherparty, AdEx, Populous, Cindicator, Tael, Time New Bank, Gifto, OST, Neblio, iExec RLC, Insolar, PIVX, POA Network, Zilliqa, WePower, IoTeX, Streamr DATAcoin, Pundi X, Dock, Red Pulse Phoenix. Volatility traders may also wish to note that 38 of the 134 we are monitoring have had their volatility contract over the past two weeks. Contracting volatility often leads to a big move in price, so this may be something to monitor. The chart below drills down a bit more, featuring 4 currencies with contracting volatility that are trading below their moving average. Are these coins forming a bottom? Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Article by SixJupiter The post Chainlink, AppCoins, Syscoin and Binance Coin Fare the Best in Crypto; Coins as a Whole Down 12.49% Overall, 38 Coins Have Contracting Volatility appeared first on DecentralPost.
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Chainlink Soars 16.25% As Crypto Market Overall Rallies 2.96%

The Big Winners From Yesterday Over the past day, the top performing coin out of the 134 coins we are tracking was Chainlink, which offered a day-over-day return 16.25%. Other notable currencies were CyberMiles, THETA, and Kyber Network, which experienced daily returns of 13.6%, 12.4%, and 12.16% respectively. These moves were quite significant, in the sense that they were well outside of the volatility each of the respective coins had seen for the past two weeks. Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Was the Crypto Market as a Whole Up or Down? Since yesterday, the average change in the price of coins in our index was a move up 2.9669%. Drilling down, we see that 107 coins we’re tracking were up while 27 coins were down. The visualization below illustrates the average daily change in the price of the coins we’re tracking. 17 coins have crossed their 20 day moving average over the past 24 hours; these currencies may be of interest to traders interested in strategies involving trading around the 20 day moving average. Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Key Price Technicals in the Crypto Market Here’s a list of the specific coins that crossed their key moving average level: Storj, Enigma, AppCoins, Moeda Loyalty Points, Crypto.com, BQX, Streamr DATAcoin, Quantstamp, NULS, Bluzelle, YOYO, Decentraland, Basic Attention Token, Loopring, Po.et, Power Ledger, Lunyr. Likewise, volatility has continued to trend lower and contract for 91 of the 134 coins in our index; contracting volatility often precedes a breakout, so these coins may be gearing up for a larger move. Below is a chart that zooms in a bit more, showing 4 coins trading below their 20 day moving average and exhibiting contracting volatility. Are these coins ready for a rally? Find the crypto broker right for you: Gate, Yobit, Stex, Binance, DDEX, ETHfinex Article by SixJupiter The post Chainlink Soars 16.25% As Crypto Market Overall Rallies 2.96% appeared first on DecentralPost.
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Coin Source Will Bring Dai to Its ATM Users

Stable currencies are all the rage as of late, primarily because they aren’t prone to the price swings and volatility one often witnesses with mainstream digital assets such as Ethereum and Litecoin. If you want to invest in crypto but are nervous about the prospects, stable currencies could be the answer. Now, they’re earning an even larger boost through companies like Coin Source, a Texas-based operator of cryptocurrency ATMs. Coin Source Brings Stability to Crypto The venture recently announced that it would be adding the stable asset Dai to its many ATMs located throughout the southern United States this summer. The addition of the coin is “in preparation” for what the company calls a widespread remittance program, in which workers will be able to send money home to their families in the form of Dai or other cryptocurrencies that they can trade or sell. Travis Gough, chief product officer at Coin Source, comments: In remittances, people want to save as much value and they don’t want to be subjected to the high volatility that you’re seeing in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies that can be very speculative. Price swings are a persistent worry in the crypto space, and likely never to leave enthusiasts’ minds fully. At the same time, it’s easy to suggest that currencies like bitcoin are suddenly easier to accept given these swings are now traveling north. Since April of this year, bitcoin has been enjoying a serious bull run, having jumped by nearly 200 percent in just the last three months alone. After a lengthy period of traveling through the doldrums at the mid-$3,000 range, the currency began its new string of price spikes last April with a sudden (and unexpected) jump to $5,000. The good news this time around is that bitcoin’s sudden behavior is likely being sparked more by market trends, which will make this bull run more stable than the one that occurred in 2017, reportedly the subject of manipulation by users of the stable currency tether. Along with bitcoin, currencies like Litecoin have also surged in price, heightening the crypto space’s present levels of legitimacy. A New and Improved Way to Send Money The Coin Source remittance service – which will at first be available to customers only in the United States – will allow ATMs to transfer Dai and other digital assets between wallets. Once a customer receives funds, they can forward them to the wallets of selected parties granted those parties have satisfied all of Coin Source’s know-your-customer (KYC) requirements. Receiving individuals can then confirm the funds and trade or sell them accordingly. All transactions occurring by way of Coin Source are recorded onto the Ethereum blockchain. At press time, the company operates more than 230 ATMs in nearly 30 states and in Washington D.C. The post Coin Source Will Bring Dai to Its ATM Users appeared first on Live Bitcoin News.
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Amun AG Launches New Exchange-Traded Product With Data Provided By Bitwise Crypto Index

The fintech firm based in Switzerland, Amun AG, released its new plans to launch an exchange-traded product (ETP) using Bitwise 10 Select Large Cap Crypto Index as a benchmark. The Swiss SIX Exchange has already allowed several other ETPs to operate in the country. Amun AG Works On New ETP Bitwise Index Services has just […]
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OmiseGo Price Analysis OMG / USD: Burning The Stash

OmiseGo has a bullish short-term bias, with the cryptocurrency rallying to a fresh 2019 trading high The four-hour time frame shows the OMG / USD pair has invalidated a bearish pattern The daily time frame time highlights that bulls are attempting a major technical breakout Fundamental Analysis OmiseGo has gained momentum after GO.Exchange announced that it is planning to use its profits to burn OMG tokens. GO.Exchange is a new blockchain project from OmiseGo team, and it marks a major milestone for the OmiseGo ecosystem. OmiseGo / USD Short-term price analysis OmiseGo has a bullish short-term bias, with the cryptocurrency performing a bullish breakout on the four-hour time frame. The four-hour time frame shows that OMG / USD bulls have invalidated a head and shoulders pattern, with price now testing back towards the head of the bearish pattern. Technical indicators on the four-hour time frame are bullish and continue to issue a buy signal.   OMG / USD H4 Chart by TradingView                                                                                  Pattern Watch Traders should note that the upside target of the invalidate bearish and shoulders pattern is located at the November 14th, 2018 swing-high. Relative Strength Index The RSI indicator on the four-hour time frame is bullish, although it is now extremely overbought.                                                                                  MACD Indicator The MACD indicator on the four-hour time frame is bullish and continues to issue a buy signal. OmiseGo / USD Medium-term price analysis OmiseGo has a bullish medium-term trading bias, with the cryptocurrency attempting a major breakout on the daily time frame. The daily time frame is showing that OMG / USD bulls are trying to ignite a bullish inverted head and shoulders pattern. The attempted bullish breakout has so far proved unsuccessful, with price slipping back towards neckline support. Technical indicators across the daily time frame are bullish and continue to issue a buy signal.   OMG / USD Daily Chart by TradingView   Pattern Watch Traders should note that the November 2018 trading high is the overall upside target of the bullish pattern on the daily time frame. Relative Strength Index The RSI indicator is also bullish on the daily time frame, although it is correcting from overbought conditions. MACD Indicator The MACD indicator is bullish on the daily time frame and continues to issue a buy signal. Conclusion OmiseGo bulls have successfully invalidated a bearish head and shoulders pattern on the four-hour time frame, opening-the-door for further short-term gains. Medium-term bulls now need to ignite the large bullish pattern on the daily time frame or they risk the prospect of a failed technical breakout.   Check out the OmiseGo coin guide.   OmiseGO ChartChart byCryptoCompare baseUrl = "https://widgets.cryptocompare.com/"; var scripts = document.getElementsByTagName("script"); var embedder = scripts[ scripts.length - 1 ]; var cccTheme = { "General":{"borderWidth":"0px","borderColor":"#FFF","showExport":true}, "Tabs":{"borderColor":"#FFF","activeBorderColor":"rgba(28,113,255,0.85)"}, "Chart":{"fillColor":"#222","borderColor":"rgba(28,113,255,0.85)"}, "Conversion":{"lineHeight":"10px"}}; (function (){ var appName = encodeURIComponent(window.location.hostname); if(appName==""){appName="local";} var s = document.createElement("script"); s.type = "text/javascript"; s.async = true; var theUrl = baseUrl+'serve/v3/coin/chart?fsym=OMG&tsyms=USD,EUR,CNY,GBP'; s.src = theUrl + ( theUrl.indexOf("?") >= 0 ? "&" : "?") + "app=" + appName; embedder.parentNode.appendChild(s); })(); #ccpw-ticker-24546 .ccc-chart-header { background: #1c71ff} #ccpw-ticker-24546 #ccc-chart-block .exportBtnTop, #ccpw-ticker-24546 a.tabperiods.tabperiods_active, #ccpw-ticker-24546 .coin_details { color: #1c71ff; background: rgba(28,113,255,0.15); } #ccpw-ticker-24546 .coin_details { border: 1px solid rgba(28,113,255,0.16); } .ccpw-container_chart #ccpw-ticker-24546 .coin-container:after, .ccpw-container_four #ccpw-ticker-24546 .coin-container:after {border-color:#ccc !Important;}   The post OmiseGo Price Analysis OMG / USD: Burning The Stash appeared first on Crypto Briefing.
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Approval For Settled Bitcoin Futures On LedgerX

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