The market is slowly starting to turn green. Cross your fingers for good luck!
June 12 ’18 Daily Rates
Bitcoin’s price continues to trade in a narrow range formation as of Friday morning, extending a period of relative calm for the digital currency and potentially weakening the case for an imminent bearish reversal. Steady Trading Bitcoin is presently trading at $3,651.98, based on aggregate data provided by CoinMarketCap. That represents a gain of 0.6% […] The post Bitcoin Maintains Range Formation as BTC Dominance Grows appeared first on Hacked: Hacking Finance.
The major cryptocurrencies are in green for the last 24 hours as market capitalization still holds above $122 billion at the time of press. BTC/USD Bitcoin closed the January 16 trading session with a little more than a $20 price increase and did not allow further decline below $3,600. The mentioned level now represents a stable support threshold for bulls...Read More. The post by Georgi Hristov appeared first on BTCManager, Bitcoin, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency News
Roger Ver, the CEO of Bitcoin.com and a major proponent of Bitcoin Cash [BCH], has once again caused a fervor in the cryptocurrency community by lambasting BTC investors. Ver has long been an ardent supporter of the Bitcoin [BTC] hardfork, suggesting BCH is what BTC was originally meant to be. In a tweet posted on 17 January 2019, Ver cautioned investors to not be “fooled,” and purchase Bitcoin Cash if they were looking for Bitcoin. He tweeted: “If you are buying BTC in 2019 because you think it is Bitcoin, you are being fooled. You actually are looking for BCH, the peer to peer electronic cash system for online payments.” To further emphasize his claim, he attached the original Bitcoin whitepaper written by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto highlighting the intent of the virtual currency following a “Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System”. Ver further highlighted Bitcoin’s ability to process electronic payments, being non-reversible and facilitating “Commerce on the Internet.” Ver has been a loud supporter of Bitcoin Cash, especially while the fourth-place cryptocurrency was going through a hardfork in November 2018. Ver, along with Bitmain’s Jihan Wu, backed Bitcoin Cash ABC, and engaged in a heated dispute with Craig Wright and Calvin Ayre, who backed the “radical” Bitcoin Cash SV. Twitter users were not conducive to Ver’s criticism of investors of the top cryptocurrency, which currently holds over 52.4 percent of the global crypto market. Many users thought this was a last-ditch strategy to push Bitcoin Cash into the green, which has been riding a bearish wave since the hardfork. A twitter user Bob Loukas replied to Ver’s tweet: “How does it feel knowing that the ship you’re fully invested in is already taking on water and beyond saving?” Cøbra, the co-owner of bitcoin.org and bitcointalk.org, also replied to Ver’s tweet: “Notice how the whitepaper points to .ORG and not to the fake .COM which Satoshi said has “nothing to do” with Bitcoin? YOU are the one fooling people!” Another user, BIG AI, commented: “dude give it up! U and Jihan screwed us all more than we know! Just give us back bitcoin.com and we act like this never happened.” To suffice it, Roger Ver’s comparison of the peer-to-peer system of Bitcoin, as it was originally intended, and Bitcoin Cash in a bearish 2019, has not been welcomed by the larger cryptocurrency community. The post Roger Ver: Bitcoin Cash [BCH] in 2019 is Bitcoin [BTC] as it was originally intended appeared first on AMBCrypto.