Bitcoin Price Moves To $9,000 With Strong Momentum

The bitcoin price has surpassed $8,800 after rising more than 6 percent over the past 24 hours. Volumes across major cryptocurrency exchanges remain strong and the daily trading volume of the market has increased past $26 billion for the first time over the past month.

$9,200

On March 21, the bitcoin price tested the $9,200 support level but failed to sustain momentum for mid-term growth and fell below the $6,500 mark within two weeks after struggling to bounce off $8,200.

At this juncture, it is likely that the bitcoin price tests the $9,200 level it had touched in late March, and a movement past that level would lead the bitcoin price to the $10,000 region by the end of April.

In November 2017, investors described the $10,000 mark as a psychological threshold and a key milestone. At the time, traders predicted the price of bitcoin to surge substantially subsequent to surpassing $10,000. Almost immediately after breaking into the $10,000 region, the bitcoin price surged to $14,000 and eventually to $20,000.

Since the initial correction of bitcoin in February, the market has not been able to demonstrate any sign of stability. The price of most alternative cryptocurrencies (altcoins) and tokens followed the short-term trend of bitcoin and the volume of regional exchanges in Japan and South Korea significantly decreased.

Fundamentally, bitcoin is in an ideal position to initiate a new rally in both the short and mid-term, given that the adoption of cryptocurrency in general has started to increase. Moveover, in late 2017, the majority of speculators who bought into the cryptocurrency market did so out of FOMO, or fear of missing out, without solid knowledge in the structure and fundamentals of cryptocurrencies.

Over the past five months, the awareness of cryptocurrency has increased drastically and a substantially large number of individuals have started to understand the basics of decentralized financial networks and cryptocurrencies.

As such, fintech company Smart Valor CEO Olga Feldmeier stated that in the next two years, the bitcoin price will reach a value of $100,000, and within 2018, the bitcoin price will surpass its previous high at $20,000.

“I believe that we will see a comeback to the height achieved at the end of 2017 this year. Over the next two years I still predict we could see it reach a value of $100,000,” Olga told The Independent.

Rise of Altcoins

Throughout this week, CCN reported that the altcoin season may have started with strong consistent performances of small cryptocurrencies and tokens. Today, several tokens like STORM have recorded a gain of above 30 percent against bitcoin and about 40 percent against the US dollar.

Investors have gained more confidence in the cryptocurrency market and are now willing to take more risks by investing in cryptocurrencies with higher volatility and lower liquidity.

Still, in an interview with FT, Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin stated that the valuation of most altcoins or tokens cannot be justified and are overblown. “There’s projects that never had a soul, that are just like, ra-ra, price go up. Lambo, vrromm, buybuybuy now!” Buterin said.

Bittrex Will Remove 82 Tokens Due to Lack of Liquidity in Small Cryptocurrencies

Bittrex, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges which also powers UpBit, South Korea’s second biggest exchange operated by Kakao subsidiary Dunamoo, has stated that it will remove 82 tokens from its trading platform.

Token Removal

“Occasionally, there are circumstances that lead Bittrex to remove a coin’s wallet or market from the Bittrex Exchange,” said the Bittrex team. “We will be removing the wallets included in the list below on March 30, 2018. Once these wallets are removed, we will no longer be able to recover these coins. Users must withdrawal their coins before March 30, 2018, in order to keep them.”

The Bittrex team also stated that several cryptocurrencies have broken blockchains that have disabled users from withdrawing their balances.

“The coins marked with an asterisk (*) have broken blockchains or wallets that will not allow withdrawals,” said Bittrex, referring to cryptocurrencies like CRYPT.

On leading trading platforms, it is difficult for exchanges to sustain a stable order book if a cryptocurrencies does not have enough liquidity and demand from users of the platform. Lack of liquidity leads to price manipulation, which can be initiated with funds as little as $50,000, as shown in the recent study done by cryptocurrency trader Sylvain Ribes.

By using a method called slippage–a process of selling $50,000 worth of a particular cryptocurrency on a trading platform to measure its impact on the price–, Ribes evaluated the liquidity of digital assets on major exchanges like OKEx and GDAX. While GDAX had a slippage of less than 1 percent, on OKEx and other cryptocurrency-only exchanges with low market cap or volume cryptocurrencies, each sale of $50,000 led to a 2 to 10 percent drop in the market value of cryptocurrencies.

“A bit of wash trading and artificial volume inflation is to be expected in a thoroughly unregulated market. What I did not expect was the magnitude of the fraud,” said Ribes. “Many pairs, albeit boasting up to $5 million volumes, would cost you more than 10% in slippage, should you want to liquidate a mere $50k in assets,” he added.

Wash trading and price manipulation is common on major trading platforms with small cryptocurrencies or low-volume cryptocurrency pairs. The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently warned investors against pump and dump schemes that are often seen in the cryptocurrency market.

“Fraudsters often try to use the lure of new and emerging technologies to convince potential victims to invest their money in scams. These frauds include ‘pump-and-dump’ and market manipulation schemes involving publicly traded companies that claim to provide exposure to these new technologies,” SEC’s statement read.

SEC’s Involvement

Earlier this month, the SEC requested cryptocurrency exchanges to either de-list ICO tokens or register with the agency in order to continue providing support for tokens. For US-based cryptocurrency exchanges like Bittrex, it is mandatory to register with the SEC before processing trades involving tokens.

Throughout next few months, many major exchanges will likely de-list or remove small cryptocurrencies that are prone to pump and dump schemes, and market manipulation.

CRYPTOCURRENCY : From Centralization to Decentralization

CRYPTOCURRENCY

From Centralization to Decentralization

The major drawback of the traditional fiat currency payment system is high transaction fees with a long settlement period, which has led people to alternative currencies that allow for shorter peer-to-peer (P2P) processing time without intermediaries, resulting in a thriving market for digital currencies that have lower settlement risk. Prior to the creation of cryptocurrencies, there were many other types of digital currencies. The most common example is a digital currency created by an institution and transacted on a platform. Such currencies can be loyalty points created by companies or digital coins created by Internet-based platforms. The institutions or legal entities control the creation, transaction, bookkeeping, and verification of the digital currencies. In other words, these platform-based digital currencies are centralized. A notable example is the loyalty points of e-commerce companies like Rakuten and iHerb, which function like cash on the platform. Q-coin, introduced by the Chinese social platform Tencent, can be bought using the Renminbi and can be used to buy services at Tencent. World of Warcraft Gold is a game token that can only be earned through completing in-game activities and cannot be bought or exchanged into fiat currencies .

These centralized digital currencies are transacted within a specific platform and are designed to support the business of the issuing institutions. It is difficult to use them as a substitute for fiat money because these centralized digital currencies are not legal tender. Therefore, decentralized digital currencies seem a potential replacement for fiat money as no central authority is needed to verify the transactions. However, there are still many obstacles to overcome without the use of an intermediary or central authority. One main obstacle is the double-spending problem: It is possible to spend the same digital coin more than once. This problem has remained unsolved for a long time, discouraging the prevalence of decentralized coins. To ensure every transaction is accurately reflected in the account balance for digital currencies to prevent double spending, there is a need for a trusted ledger without a central authority.

The first cryptocurrency, eCash, was a centralized system owned by DigiCash, Inc. and later eCash Technologies. Although it was phased out in the late 1990s, the cryptographic protocols it employed avoided double spending. A blind signature was used to protect the privacy of users and served as a good inspiration for subsequent development. Shortly after the discovery of cryptography protocols, digital gold currency became popular, among which the most used was e-Gold. It was the first successful online micropayment system and led to many innovations, making transactions more accessible and more secure. However, the failure to address compliance issues finally resulted in its liquidation in 2008, despite an annual transaction volume of over US$2 billion .

The global financial crisis in 2008, coupled with a lack of confidence in the financial system, provoked considerable interest in cryptocurrency. A ground-breaking white paper by Satoshi Nakamoto was circulated online in 2008. In the paper, this pseudonymous person, or persons, introduced a digital currency that is now widely known as bitcoin. Bitcoin uses blockchain as the public ledger for all transactions and a scheme called PoW to avoid the need for a trusted authority or central server to timestamp transactions . Because blockchain is an open and distributed ledger that records all transactions in a verifiable and permanent way, it solves the double-spending problem.

Bitcoin and “bitcoin”

The cryptocurrency, denoted by bitcoin or BTC, can be accepted as a payment for goods and services or bought either from other people or directly from exchanges/vending machines. These bitcoins can be transacted via software, apps, or various online platforms that provide wallets. Another way to obtain bitcoin is through mining.

The Bitcoin system runs on a P2P network, and transactions happen directly between users with no intermediary. Bitcoin decentralizes the responsibilities of verifying the validity of transactions to the entire network. Transactions are recorded in the public ledger called blockchain and are verified by network nodes, which could be any individual using a computer system with Bitcoin software installed. Once users have made a transfer, the transaction will be broadcast between users and confirmed by the network. Upon verification, it will be recorded in the blockchain, and then the transfer is completed. This record-keeping process is referred to as mining, and people offering the computing power to do so are called miners. Bitcoins are created as an incentive for solving the cryptography puzzle using transaction data; thus, successful miners are rewarded with the newly created bitcoins, on top of transaction fees.

Each transaction contains inputs and outputs. An input has the reference to the output from the previous transaction, and the output of a transaction holds the receiving address and the corresponding amount . In general, in a transaction, a certain number of bitcoins is sent from a bitcoin wallet to a specific address, if there is a sufficient bitcoin balance in the wallet from previous transactions. Transactions are not encrypted and can be viewed in the blockchain with corresponding bitcoin addresses, but the identity of the sender or receiver remains anonymous. Typically, bitcoin wallets have a private key or seed that is used to sign transactions. This secured piece of data provides a mathematical proof that the coins in the transaction come from the owner of the wallet. With the private key and the signature, the account can only be accessed by the owner, and transactions cannot be altered by someone else.

Mining is also the process of adding newly verified transaction records to Bitcoin’s public ledger. The records are grouped and stored in blocks. Each block contains a timestamp and a link to a previous block so that the blocks are chained together, thus the name blockchain. The blocks are mined in sequence, and once recorded, the data cannot be altered retroactively. A complete record of transactions can be found on the main chain. Each block on the chain is linked to the previous one and can be traced all the way back to the very first block, which is called the genesis block. However, there are also blocks that are not part of the main chain, called detached or orphanedblocks. They can occur when more than one miner produces blocks at similar times, or they can be caused by attackers’ attempt to reverse transactions. When separate blocks are validated concurrently, the algorithm will help maintain the main chain by selecting the block with the highest value.

There are several systems by which miners can earn rewards through the mining process. Bitcoin uses the Hashcash PoW system and the SHA-256 hashing algorithm. Under the PoW system, rewards are given according to the number of blocks that are mined successfully. Therefore, mining is quite competitive; the miner who first solves a given puzzle or gets the highest value will take all the newly created bitcoins, and the other miners will receive nothing. Rewards thus encourage miners to take an active part in mining data blocks. In addition, mining usually involves a large amount of computation and can be quite energy consuming.

Another commonly seen system is proof-of-stake (PoS). Unlike PoW, no additional work is required under the PoS scheme because investors are rewarded based on the number of coins they hold. For example, a user holding 1% of the currency has a probability of mining 1% of that currency’s PoS blocks . In general, this system does not require a large amount of work for the computation. It provides for higher currency security and is usually used in combination with other systems, as in the case of Peercoin, the first cryptocurrency launched using PoS.

Because the supply of bitcoins is limited to 21 million, the bitcoins awarded to a miner for successfully adding a block will be halved every 210,000 blocks (approximately every four years), according to the Bitcoin protocol. When Bitcoin was first run in 2009, the reward amounted to 50 newly created bitcoins per block added to the blockchain, but the reward has been halved twice to 12.5 as of July 9, 2016. The supply of bitcoins on the network is 16.907 million as of March 6, 2018, with a total circulating supply market capitalization of US$ 159.1 billion.3

Features of Bitcoin

Decentralized. Similar to conventional currencies that are traded digitally, bitcoin can also be used to buy things electronically. Unlike any fiat money or platform-based digital currencies, however, bitcoin is decentralized. In other words, there is no single group or institution that controls the Bitcoin network. Its supply is governed by an algorithm, and anyone can have access to it via the Internet.

Flexible. Bitcoin wallets or addresses can be easily set up online without any fees or regulations. Furthermore, transactions are not location specific, so bitcoins can be transferred among different countries seamlessly.

Transparent. Every transaction will be broadcast to the entire network. Mining nodes or miners will validate the transactions, record them in the block they are creating, and broadcast the completed block to other nodes. Records of all transactions are stored in the blockchain, which is open and distributed, so every miner has a copy and can verify them.

Fast. Transactions are broadcast within a few seconds, and it takes about 10 minutes for the transaction to be verified by miners. Thus, one can transfer bitcoins anywhere in the world, and the transactions will usually be completed minutes later.

Low transaction fees. No transaction fee is required to make a transfer historically, but the owner can opt to pay extra to facilitate a faster transaction. Currently, low priority for mining transactions (a function of input age and size) is mostly used as an indicator for spam transactions, and almost all miners expect every transaction to include a fee. Miners historically have been incentivized mainly by newly created coins, but that is changing. As the number of bitcoins in circulation nears its limit, transaction fees will eventually be the incentive for miners to carry out the costly verification process.

Altcoin Market

Bitcoin is open source and the source code is available on GitHub.4 Therefore, coders around the world have been enlightened by the invention of Bitcoin and have created hundreds of cryptocurrencies, which are referred to as alternative cryptocurrencies, or altcoins. Bitcoin is not perfect. Every new purpose or pain point is an incentive to invent new coins. Coins are invented to address specific issues such as high computation cost of PoW, to increase the number of transactions per second, to increase the block size, to ensure that the ledger is not as transparent, to accommodate more efficient use of smart contracts, and so on. Moreover, to pay for development and launch expenses, developers can raise funds for the project even before the cryptocurrency is launched. In particular, initial coin offerings (ICOs), initial crypto-token offerings, and initial token sales are similar approaches to raising funding to develop new crypto-tokens and cryptocurrencies. ICOs allow people to invest in a project by buying part of its cryptocurrency tokens or prelaunched ERC20-compliant tokens residing on the Ethereum network in advance, typically based on a white paper or other documents on the project for investors to evaluate.

As of October 6, 2017, 869 cryptocurrencies and 269 crypto-tokens were launched and traded,5with a total market capitalization of over US$148.4 billion. Different from fiat money, cryptocurrencies have a circulating supply, total supply, and maximum supply. Maximum supply refers to the best approximation of the maximum amount of coins that will ever be created in the lifetime of the cryptocurrency, and total supply is the total number of coins existing at the present moment. However, some coins will have been burned, locked, or reserved or cannot be traded on the public market, so the circulating supply is computed by deducting those coins from the total supply. When determining the market capitalization, circulating supply is used because it denotes the amount of coins circulating in the market and accessible to the public.

Based on cryptocurrency market value as of June 27, 2017, Bitcoin dominated the market with more than half of the total market value and the highest price. Ethereum, Ripple, and Litecoin also have large market capitalizations of more than US$1 billion. In addition, the supply of different coins varies substantially due to the unique characteristics of each coin, and some coins are not mined, suggesting a fixed amount of supply. The price of the coins ranges from US$0.002 to well over US$1,000.

In general, some altcoins are very similar to bitcoins, whereas others are created by adopting very different methods or ideas. Market capitalization, different categories of altcoins, .

Appcoins, such as MaidSafeCoin, function like digital shares in a decentralized autonomous organization and are sold in token sales for a portion of future profits. Most altcoins are direct copies of Bitcoin, with some minor changes in parameters such as block-generating time and the maximum limit of coin supply. However, many altcoins have adopted other innovative changes. Among the widely accepted altcoins, Ethereum is the one with the most innovative ideas and widely followed besides Bitcoin. The value token of the Ethereum blockchain is called ether and denoted by XRP. It provides a decentralized Turing-complete virtual machine that features smart contract functionality, as do four other altcoins that have launched based on Ethereum: Ethereum Classic, Golem, Augur, and Gnosis. NEM falls under the third category in  (i.e., coins coded in a different programing language): It is operated using JAVA programming, as is Nxt. Stellar Lumens and Factom are excluded because they are based on Ripple and Bitcoin protocols, respectively.

To conclude, many cryptocurrencies other than bitcoin are traded actively with a wide assortment of features for investors to invest in. The complet coins list with over 1300 cryptocurrency , tokens and altcoins on https://cryptocoinhubs.com

7 Investors Who Put Millions Into Cryptocurrency

In case you’re searching for counsel about crypocurrencies , the most vital voices to take after originate from the individuals who have put their cash where their mouth is. Financial specialists who have emptied extensive aggregates into bitcoin, ethereum  , monero and other blockchain-sponsored monetary forms aren’t simply guiding other individuals. They have genuine skin in the amusement. When they tell individuals that they’re hanging on and not offering, you can be sure that they truly do have confidence in advanced monetary standards.

Here are seven individuals with real digital money ventures who are upbeat to tell other individuals what they’re doing.

Marc van der Chijs

Marc van der Chijs knows a developing open door when he sees one. He used to be situated in China where his ventures included tudou.com, a Chinese YouTube. Since moving to Canada, he’s pulled out all the stops into digital currency. He’s currently an executive of FirstCoin.com, a venture bank for token and coin offerings. Take after his tweets for a hopeful yet practical perspective of digital money.

Ari Paul

Ari Paul is the CIO and fellow benefactor of BlockTower Capital, a specific digital currency speculation organization. His experience is in venture administration, and he likewise writes about crypto contributing at the TheCryptocurrencyInvestor.com. It’s a site that ought to be on each digital money holder’s perusing list.

Michael Novogratz

Michael Novogratz has surely put his cash where his mouth is. In December 2017, as the dollar cost of bitcoin was dropping essentially, he tweeted that 30 percent of his total assets was in crypto resources. In any case, he likewise noticed that his cryptographic money venture firm Galaxy Digital had put a crypto fence investments on hold. He stays bullish on cryptographic forms of money yet watch his activities to track here and now developments.

The Winklevoss Twins

Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss may be best known for blaming Mark Zuckerberg for taking their thought for an informal organization, yet they now run Gemini, a digital money exchanging stage. In April 2013, when bitcoin was worth $120, they purchased $11 million worth of coins, around 1 percent of the considerable number of coins available for use at the time. That buy has since made them among the primary bitcoin extremely rich people.

Barry Silbert

In December 2014, the US Marshall’s office sold off 50,000 bitcoins that it had seized from Silk Road, an online commercial center for the most part utilized for offering unlawful merchandise. Everything except 2,000 of those bitcoins were purchased by Barry Silbert, the originator and CEO of Digital Currency Group, a cryptographic money venture firm. That early buy at $350 per coin transformed $16.8 million into more than $670 million inside three years. He’s as yet giving digital currency venture counsel.

Tim Draper

Of those 50,000 bitcoins, the staying 2,000 went to Tim Draper. A customary financial speculator who runs his own VC firm, Draper has likewise turned into an evangelist for all things crypto. Like other bitcoin financial specialists, he stays idealistic notwithstanding when the market falls. Read his tweets to discover why.

Juthica Chou

Juthica Chou is the president and fellow benefactor of LedgerX. Her experience is in customary subsidiaries exchanging yet LedgerX is the primary stage for purchasing bitcoin choices that is governmentally controlled. It gives an approach to institutional financial specialists to partake in the development of digital money. She’s not on Twitter, but rather the blog at LedgerX gives an awesome understanding into the long haul prospects of cryptographic money.

Rakuten will roll its $9B loyalty program into a new blockchain-based cryptocurrency, Rakuten Coin

In 2016, Amazon’s Japanese adversary Rakuten procured Bitnet, a bitcoin wallet startup that it had beforehand put resources into, to enable it to take a shot at blockchain innovation and applications. Today, one of the primary products of that arrangement has become exposed. The organization is arranging another digital currency called Rakuten Coin — based on blockchain innovation and the organization’s current dedication program, Rakuten Super Points — which it intends to use to energize devotion benefits all around and to help clients to purchase products crosswise over various Rakuten administrations and markets.

The news was declared by Rakuten’s CEO Hiroshi “Mickey” Mikitani in front of an audience at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where he depicted Rakuten Coin as a “borderless” cash. Neither he nor a Rakuten representative we caught up with would give a dispatch date for the administration.

The news goes ahead the foot rear areas of a major influx of organizations endeavoring to make sense of their cryptographic money techniques, to take advantage of the present buildup around decentralized budgetary administrations and the apparently unending craving of individuals to catch wind of and become tied up with them as their value soars without much administrative control.

Crypto coins is being utilized for an extensive variety of reasons — as another subsidizing stage, for cash hypothesis, worldwide settlements, as another installment money and that’s just the beginning. On account of Rakuten, it appears that there are two things having an effect on everything here.

To start with, the organization needs to check whether it can drive more exchanges from individuals globally by removing a portion of the conversion standard charges and different issues in the event that they purchase in fiat monetary forms. Second, there is essentially the buzz of crypto today: individuals who won’t not have been all that intrigued by dependability programs before might swing on to them on the off chance that they see their reward as blockchain purchase in Cardano coin .

Indeed, even before Rakuten has propelled Rakuten Coin, it’s eminent and intriguing to see a noteworthy web based business organization — which has billions of clients all around and revealed $8.8 billion in incomes in 2017 — turning out with a move into how it may utilize cryptographic money on its stage.

Strangely, while Amazon presently can’t seem to make any huge moves in the region of digital money, there some estimate the organization could get more included, in light of some current space buys and greater patterns.

There have been more than 1 trillion Super Points granted to clients since the program was propelled 15 years prior, equal to $9.1 billion, and the thought will be to now give clients more methods for applying those unwaveringness focuses to more buys, as a method for driving all the more buying to gather them in any case.

Focuses right now are gathered each time you purchase — or, in specific markets where Rakuten runs commercial centers, offer — things or administrations on the site. Similarly as with its adversary Amazon, Rakuten has an installment likewise has a MVNO portable administration with plans to dispatch its own particular all out versatile transporter — all of which move toward becoming methods for spending more cash as a major aspect of the dedication program.

A representative said that there is a tolerable pipe of individuals who are as of now inspired by purchasing things crosswise over locales. “Individuals need exceptional things that you can’t go anyplace else,” she said. There are nearly 44,000 dealers offering merchandise on Rakuten in Japan, its greatest market. Different property incorporate PriceMinister in France (which is currently rebranding to Rakuten) and Ebates, the discounts site administrator in the US that Rakuten obtained for $1 billion out of 2014. The rationale will be to add Rakuten Coin to the majority of Rakuten’s organizations — some of which today have faithfulness projects, and some of which don’t.

Mikitani utilized his appearance at MWC to gone through a scope of different advancements at the organization, including yesterday’s news that the organization wanted to apply to wind up Japan’s fourth versatile administrator, and an extension of the social highlights on informing application Viber, which now has around one billion enrolled clients.

Mickitani focused on that Rakuten was “altogether different from Amazon.”

“Essentially, our idea is to reproduce the system of retailers and dealers,” he said. “We would prefer not to disengage [them from their customers] however work as an impetus. That is our rationality, how to enable society not simply give more accommodation.”

The world of cryptocurrency—and how it could make you rich

Need to get sufficiently rich to fill baths with dollar charges only for kicks? Could Bitcoin get that going? We should make a plunge.

At the point when Bitcoin appeared in 2009, its initial adopters purchased up a lot of the advanced cash for pennies. From that point forward, Bitcoin’s esteem has expanded significantly, transforming a few of those underlying financial specialists into tycoons. Be that as it may, the financial matters encompassing Bitcoin and different types of computerized money like Ethereum, Ripple, Litecoin, and most as of late, Bitcoin Cash, all named “digital currency,” can be eccentric and entangled.

One immense advantage to utilizing cryptographic money is that it can’t be stolen or fake. At the point when advanced monetary forms are traded, they’re changed over into indecipherable code that makes them secure as well as influences the sender and beneficiary to seem unknown. Not at all like ordinary cash, advanced monetary standards are not government managed. No high bank expenses, no vacillations in view of government directions, and no degenerate bank shenanigans. Sounds entirely decent, isn’t that so?

Shockingly, with decentralization comes flimsiness, and digital currencies are known for being exceedingly unstable and flighty. Like most high-chance ventures, this leaves open door for achieving strange levels of riches (which means you can at long last clean out your nose in hundred dollar greenbacks).

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