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If the price breaks the downtrend line and the local high, it will be a signal that the market is going to continue the upward movement. Pending buy orders should be placed at the 1420.00 level with stop orders below the previous low at the 1120.00 level. Profit targets are the 2000.00 and 2500.00 levels. Using stop orders in this market is strongly recommended. If you don’t use leverage, trading volume for this trade is up to 10% of your deposit.

Market: BCHUSD
Buy: 1420.00
Stop: 1120.00
Profit Targets: 2000.00 and 2500.00

The trading signal is based on Bittrex chart.

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  1. Slrtrollalot

    November 14, 2017 at 4:03 pm

    I dont care much for this coin. Seems too risky

  2. replicah

    November 16, 2017 at 5:15 pm

    Well.. this recommendation certainly cost me a small fortune. Fingers crossed on the next!

    • nerdassassin33

      November 17, 2017 at 12:15 pm

      you are not alone. if that helps you 🙂

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KIN Token Sees 20% Price Jump Following Wallet Launch

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Kin (KIN) spiked 20% today amid a general market slowdown, and excluding one uncharacteristic spike in mid-May, the Kik-based token has now soared past weekly, monthly and quarterly highs.

KIN token charts

Kin began the day on a steady climb, going from $0.000177 at 6pm (UTC) last night, to the current price of $0.000214. That’s a hike in value of just over one fifth, and Kin quite appropriately climbed around ten places in market cap rankings in the process.

On the Up

The weekly gains for Kin are even more spectacular – 50% growth in just under seven days. The monthly gains are only 40%, reflecting the long slow dip of June. The return to today’s price of $0.000214 sends Kin back to its mid-April price, at a time when the market was considered somewhat bullish.

In fact, Kin’s long term charts show a pattern repeating itself, and it’s one which Bitcoin also seems to be following. We saw a short spike in February, followed by a dip in March. We then saw a month-long bull run throughout April, which was then promptly wiped out in May and June. Now it looks like we’re in for another ‘mini-spike’, so the question now becomes – how big will it be? If the previous ratios of decline continue to play out, it will mean the next ‘peak’ for Bitcoin will be $8,000, with subsequent spikes then descending up until the next, you know… big spike.

Beta Wallet Launches

The mobile messenger app, Kik, is the firm behind the KIN token, which is set to function as a cryptocurrency reward for users of the platform who engage with the transparent advertisements contained therein.

The idea is one you may have heard a lot about recently – foregoing traditional consumer advertising in return for a direct transactional link between advertiser, publisher and consumer. It has previously been called ‘human mining’ since the receipt of the cryptocurrency requires some basic human interaction, such as watching an ad, completing a quiz, etc.

The beta-wallet for the Kin cryptocurrency was released in the last 72 hours on iOS and Android, and the token’s market performance has not been hurt by it. The Kinit wallet apparently allows its users to earn several dollars worth of KIN on a daily basis, which can then be spent on various items in-app.

The PR statement from the Kin team elaborated on some of the Kinit wallet’s functions, saying:

Kinit is a fun, easy way to earn Kin, a new cryptocurrency made for your digital life. Earning Kin is just like playing a game, only better, because you get rewarded for completing fun daily activities like surveys, quizzes, interactive videos and more.”

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Crypto Update: Divergence Deepens as Altcoins Fall, Bitcoin Flat

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The unusual discrepancy between BTC and the rest of the cryptocurrency market continued today, with the top 10 coins all losing ground with the exception of Bitcoin itself. Tuesday’s surge, which carried the segment to $300 billion in total market cap quickly fizzled out, at least as far as the major altcoins are concerned, but the largest digital currency is still holding on above the strong $7000 and $7350 support/resistance levels.

Altcoins are on short-term sell signals according to our trend model, but Bitcoin is still on a buy signal as the declining trend was broken by the break-out that remains intact, despite the segment-wide weakness.

Given the mixed, but one-sided setup, and the lack of bullish follow-through, odds still favor a bearish outcome, and traders should remain cautious with new positions here, even in BTC, the positive outlier. A broad trend change would require a meaningful leadership, and until that develops, a test of t eh June lows remains likely, with the possibility of new lows in the coming week as well.

BTC/USD, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

While Bitcoin failed to durably stay above the $7500 level, bulls successfully defended the support zone near $7350, despite the overbought short-term momentum readings. The coin is well above the line-in-the-sand $7000 level and the long-term support near $5850 that was in danger just one week ago.

Although the altcoin weakness makes BTC’s rally suspicious, the short-term bullish pattern is intact, as is the buy signal in our trend model. Further support is found at $6750, and $6500, while primary resistance is still ahead at $7650.

Selling Pressure Apparent in Altcoins

ETH/USD, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

All intraday rally attempts have been sold so far in most of the major altcoins, and Ethereum is just holding up above primary support at $450 despite the rally in the beginning of the week. The coin is on a short-term sell signal, and a test of the June lows is likely after the failed break-out. Strong resistance is ahead at $500 and between $555 and $575, while support is found at $420, $400, $380, and $360.

XMR/USDT, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

While Monero has been holding up relatively well in the last couple of days after getting stuck below the $150 level during the Tuesday surge, but the coin is still among the structurally weak majors, being on a long-term sell signal. As the other bearish leaders, NEO, LTC, and Dash are also trading below key long-term levels, we expect the coin to fall back below the $125 support and likely test the June lows in the coming weeks.

XRP/USDT, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

The third largest coin Ripple is already testing the $0.45 level after drifting lower ever since the Tuesday rally, and as its relative weakness is still clear, a break below that level seems to be imminent. Below that, the crucial long-term support zone near $0.42 could stop the decline of XRP again, but a move under that could trigger a long-term sell signal.

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Disclaimer:  The analyst owns cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but doesn’t engage in short-term or day-trading, nor does he hold short positions on any of the coins.

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ZenCash Price Sees Strong Performance After Supernode Upgrade

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ZenCash (ZEN) is one of the small handful of coins in the market cap top-100 to have recorded clear gains over the last twenty-four hours, as most of the altcoins struggle to maintain Bitcoin’s relative stability.

ZEN coins are currently up around 4% for the day, climbing from a price of $27.90 yesterday to the current value of $29.98 this morning. That doesn’t necessarily tell the whole tale however, as ZenCash has been fluctuating wildly all day long.

At one point in the last twenty-four hours ZEN coins peaked at $31.95, before falling back down to $28.31. A couple of hours later and the coin jumped back up to $31.16, before eventually levelling out.

Even at the current retracement, ZenCash is still up a ridiculous 39.9% for the week, after climbing from July 13th’s valuation of $20.71. The monthly numbers are even better – showing a 48% growth over the space of thirty days since June 20th’s price of $19.52.

We could probably count on one hand the number of coins in the top-100 to have recovered their valuations for the month, and ZenCash – unexpectedly perhaps – is among them.

Supernode Upgrade

The official ZenCash Twitter team have had a lot to announce in the last twenty-four hours, will an upgrade to their network having just recently been completed. The upgrade targeted many areas of the protocol, but perhaps the biggest difference is the addition of ‘supernodes’.

The Twitter team dropped the following announcement less than twenty hours ago:

“It’s a wrap! Zen’s mandatory software upgrade executed flawlessly! The updated software included significant code improvements and adjusted the rewards to add a new node class: Super Nodes. Special thanks to our miners and node operators!”

Perhaps the best explanation of supernodes comes from ZenCash themselves, in what sounds like a juiced-up version of masternode operators:

“Like Secure Nodes, the Super Node network has enhanced point-to-point encryption. Super Nodes will be tasked with managing key network and system functions such as hosting multiple services on sidechains, tracking and measuring Secure Node uptime, and queuing the node payment schedule for miners.”

Supernode Requirements

ZEN’s supernodes come with many of the same technical requirements as masternodes, although the hardware specifications are not necessarily as beefy as one would assume.

ZenCash say that just 8GB of RAM is required to run a supernode, along with a 100GB storage space. Likewise, a multi-core CPU is hardly an expensive purchase in this day and age, while the requirement to be online and running 96% of the time is actually a lot less than many masternodes, which often demand 99-100% uptime.

According to this tweet from the ZEN team, supernodes are up and running and ready to earn 10% of the block rewards:

“Super Node earnings start TODAY. Thanks for helping us test the servers and infrastructure during the ramp-up period!”

Ultimately, the success of ZenCash’s upgrade appears to have given them legs when most of the market has lost theirs.

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