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EOS Price Recovers 22% From Recent Lows; EOS/USDT Trades Dominate

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EOS (EOS) turned the tide on recent losses on Sunday, and gained 22.8% on its value amid a generally green day for the crypto market.

EOS had fallen to a series of new yearly lows in previous weeks, falling as low as $1.56 on Friday, Dec 7th – a thirteen month low. That was the trigger for USDT traders to jump back in, and the surge in the two days since then carried the coin to 34% gains.

EOS Price – USDT Trades Dominate

Over 46% of EOS trades came against USDT on Sunday, perhaps highlighting a readiness to exploit EOS’s current lows in the short-term game.

From Sunday morning’s starting price of $1.71, EOS climbed 22.8% in value throughout the day, peaking at $2.14 by the evening. The surge was made while the overall trade volume for the broader market was in decline – a good sign in a bull market, but an ominous one in more bearish times.

That puts EOS on 34.6% gains over the weekend, although a fallback to the $2.05 range by time of writing, and a sudden downturn by the general market, suggests the volatility for the coin is not over yet.

Average trade volumes for EOS have been much higher in November and December than they were in the August-October period – a trend which has been seen generally across the board. Whether that represents new money coming in, or simply increased activity by desperate hands, is up for debate.

EOS News

EOS was one of the top performers on Sunday, and despite being picked up for bargain prices, it may also be feeling the boon of recent noises coming out of Coinbase.

The exchange announced on Friday that EOS would be one of thirty-one coins and tokens up for consideration for a listing on the platform – a number that was chiselled down to twenty-seven following the listings of the four ERC-20 tokens, Loom Network (LOOM), Civic (CVC), districtOx (DNT) and Decentraland (MANA).

The weekend’s move bucks the trend for a coin which had its investors’ confidence shaken at the start of the month. CTO of the EOS project, Dan Larimer, triggered a round of confusion among coin holders when he announced plans to embark upon a new blockchain project – one which was feared would draw time and resources away from EOS.

The loss of value for the reigning king of the ICO was so out of sync with the rest of the market that at one point there was a 55% price swing between EOS, and one of the other blockchains aiming to become the ‘Ethereum killer’, TRON (TRX).

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Cash Flow Token, PayPie (PPP) Hits 1,000% Growth on $296 Volume

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Just thirty days away from the longest bear market in cryptocurrency history, one could be forgiven for looking at the altcoin market and assuming we were still in January of 2018.

Every day small cap altcoins are doubling, tripling or quadrupling in value, and several have already gained more than 1,000% this month alone.

The trouble is that most of them are tokens no one has heard of, on exchanges that you’d never sign up to. And even if you did sign up to them, you’d only get there to find the absolute minimum in liquidity, provided by whichever friendly neighbourhood pumper was on duty that day.

PayPie (PPP)

A good example of this phenomena was on display on Thursday night with PayPie (PPP), which hit 904% growth in five minutes, and 1,016% for the week. Irony is never lacking in the crypto space, and PayPie’s proposed role as a cash flow platform seems comical in light of its $296 daily trade volume.

It took just five minutes for PPP to hit 904% growth on Thursday, climbing from the daily low of $0.073341 up to $0.736635 not long after midnight. The weekly low of $0.065958 puts seven-day gains on 1,016% – although it’s difficult to say who exactly is collecting these gains, if anyone at all.

What Is PayPie?

Despite a Bitcointalk forum page which stretches back to 2017 and has 247 pages to its name, no one has posted there since June of last year, over six months ago. In fact, the last post on the page is directly related to PPP’s lack of volume, and the creators’ failure to land the ERC20 token on any new exchanges.

From the project’s website we can gather that PayPie is set up to offer help with cash-flow projections for small and medium-sized businesses. They offer a web app, some monitoring and calculation tools, and email and telephone support for their customers.

Remarkably, not one mention of cryptocurrency, blockchain or the PPP token is made on the company website. No link is posted to a whitepaper, and there is zero mention of team members nor anything tech related. If it wasn’t for the website link on CoinMarketCap there would be no reason to think this was a crypto project, and I still don’t know what PPP is supposed to be used for.

PPP…Past Success

After launching in late 2017, PPP came around just in time to catch the altcoin mega-pump of January 2018, when its trade volume surged to over $1 million, and the coin price reached $3.72.

That’s when ‘development’ was still somewhat active, with occasional communications on Bitcointalk. Since then it has been complete radio silence, although the cash flow company behind PPP continue to post finance tips to their blog, but none of it is crypto related.

Maybe the PPP token is the perfect symbol of 2017’s bubble, when ICO madness caused thousands to attempt to cash in on the crypto gold rush. Despite growing by close to 1,000% in the last twenty-four hours, one gets the feeling this might be one of the last times we hear about PayPie.

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XRP Price Analysis: XRP/USD Behavior is Demonstrating Strong Downside Vulnerabilities

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  • Ripple’s XRP was trading up with modest gains in the latter part of Wednesday, just some 0.60%.
  • XRP/USD continues to move within a narrowing range-block formation. The price is subject to a breakout, with risks pointing to the downside.

Recent Price Behavior

Ripple’s XRP is seen holding very modest gains of 0.6% in the latter part of Thursday’s session. Price action remains limited, given the narrow trading range, in which it is moving in. There is a lack of commitment from both sellers and buyers, and as a result a range-block formation can be eyed. XRP/USD has been within the confinements of this for the past seven sessions now. Currently, there aren’t any technical suggestions of the bulls recovering and picking up the mid-December momentum again.

Given the above-detailed price behaviour, risks point to the downside. One of the key reasons for this is XRP/USD moved into consolidation mode after a recent hard fall on 10th January. Prior to the drop, the price was trading sideways, which was seen from 19th December, apart from the freak spike to $0.46 on 24th December. A technical breakout was then observed, as mentioned on 10th January, where XRP/USD dropped a huge 20%. Keeping in mind the described recent journey for the price, similar movements are currently playing out.

Range-block

XRP/USD 4-hour chart.

A breakout is imminent, given that price action is getting tighter. It is worth noting the key levels around this range-block. In terms of the lower support, this should be noted at the $0.3200 mark, the recent low area of 13-14th January. The upper part of this technical formation is eyed at $0.3450, the high from 11th and 14th January.

If the bears manage to force a breach of the above-described, then XRP/USD will quickly be forced to give up the psychological $0.3000 mark. A large area of demand is seen tracking from $0.3000-$0.2500. This has proven to find strong buyers on several occasions – December 2017, August and September 2018.

Furthermore, to see XRP/USD fly the way it has in the past will require a serious amount of upside momentum. Given all of this sideways trading and consolidating, the price is building new areas for itself to have to break down. In terms of upside resistance, this should be noted running from $0.3500 up to $0.4000. Lastly, the price as mentioned earlier, was ranging here between 19th December to 10th January.

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Ethereum Price Analysis: ETH/USD Bearish Flag Structure Eyed

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  • Ethereum price has stabilized but is moving within a dangerous range-block formation.
  • ETH/USD via the daily chart view is forming a bearish flag pattern.

ETH/USD price action has stabilized over the past five days, and is moving within a narrowing range. This movement appears to be somewhat expressing potential downside risks after the selling pressure seen in the second week of January. As a recap, the price was supported in its move north from mid-December 2018 up to 7th January. An ascending trend line was proving necessary comfort in this trend higher, however markets bears managed to force a breach. The support gave way, opening the door to a fresh wave of selling from 8th January.

ETH/USD daily chart.

Around 30% of the bull run that was seen in the above-mentioned period has been reversed. Vulnerabilities continue to linger, as ETH/USD trades around key daily support. The level to be aware of is $116.70, which is vital ahead of the big psychological $100 mark. A breach could see a test of daily support at $102, with the price likely to consolidate between here and $116. Given prior behavior around these areas, ETH/USD may be forced to retest the December 2018 low, $83.10. This would likely be the case, should a return of bullish momentum not see a pickup in pace soon.

Constantinople Hard Fork Delay

The stability in price is surprising given the let down for the community with regards to the heavily anticipated Constantinople hard fork. As reported by the CCN team, Ethereum’s core developers called for the Constantinople upgrade to be delayed. This was just some hours before the hard fork was scheduled to go live on the network. ETH/USD fell double-digits on the back of this being postponed. A drop of 10% was observed.

Technical Review – ETH/USD

Looking via the daily chart view, price action is forming a bearish flag pattern structure – the pole which is seen with the fall from 7-10th January. In terms of the actual flag, this is the current range-block viewed. Upside resistance can be seen just ahead at $135, and lower support noted the mentioned $116.70 area. The next major areas of support are the $102 daily pivot point, the December 2018 low of $83.10, and then lastly, the May 2017 low of $65.85.

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