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The price bounces from the support zone. RSI confirms price reversal. MACD lines support upward movement. DMI allows opening long trades. Buy orders can be placed at 0.00000057 level with stop orders at 0.00000048 level. Profit targets are 0.00000070 and 0.00000100 resistance levels. If you don’t use leverage, trading volume for this trade is up to 10% from your deposit.

Market: SCBTC
Buy: 0.00000057
Stop: 0.00000048
Profit Targets: 0.00000070 and 0.00000100

The trading signal is based on Poloniex chart.
Disclaimer: The analyst does not have investments in Siacoin.

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3.3 stars on average, based on 44 rated postsDmitriy Lavrov is a professional trader, technical analyst and money manager with 10 years trading experience. The main covered markets are Forex, Commodity, Cryptocurrency. Provides personal education for those who are interested in profitable trading. Entries in TOP 10 among TradingView authors.




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IOTA, Vechain Lead Tepid Crypto Market Recovery on Sunday

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Digital currencies IOTA and VeChain were among the biggest gainers on Sunday, though a lack of buying interest kept the broader market at a standstill.

IOTA, Vechain Lead Recovery

In terms of percentage gains, IOTA was among the best-performing cryptocurrencies on Sunday. The value of MIOTA sprung up 12.2% to $0.545 on trade volumes of $44.4 million.

IOTA is rebounding from extreme oversold levels after being losing more than 40% of its value during the latest rout in market prices. MIOTA was disproportionately impacted by the recent downturn because of multiple controversies at the Berlin-based IOTA Foundation. As Hacked reported earlier this month, a failed partnership with Sirin Labs and internal divisions at the Foundation have all contributed to the massive drop.

IOTA, which has since dropped to no. 12 on the crypto market cap rankings, has trimmed its seven-day decline to just 1.7%.

Meanwhile, the highly touted VeChain (VET) rose 12.1% to $0.013, regaining much of Saturday’s sharp reversal. The digital currency is also enjoying some momentum after launching its official mainnet in late June. The accompanying token swap on Binance officially produced VeChain Thor (VET), which is the cryptocurrency now quoted by the market.

Although there was no immediate catalyst for the recent upsurge in IOTA and VeChain, both currencies are part of a much larger initiative aimed at monetizing the Internet of Things. In particular, VeChain is benefiting from China’s latest push to speed up development and commercial implementation of blockchain technology. VeChain has developed national level partnerships with various government entities in the world’s second-largest economy.

Broader Market Trades Laterally

Gains in the broader cryptocurrency market were much slower to materialize on Sunday. At the time of writing, the total cryptocurrency market cap was worth $216.6 billion, up just 1.3% over the previous day.

Tepid moves in the broader market were accompanied by a sharp drop in total trading volumes. Market turnover has plummeted by 24% since Saturday, according to CoinMarketCap.

Bitcoin, the world’s largest digital currency by market cap, continues to trade below a key technical resistance. Bitcoin’s lateral moves come despite multiple signs of a bullish reversal over the past few days. As Hacked reported Thursday, the bitcoin price has returned above the 50-day moving average with key measures of relative strength showing stronger upward momentum.

At the time of writing, bitcoin was trading at $6,404 on Bitfinex. The cryptocurrency’s total trade volumes declined to $3.3 billion after spending the better part of a week above the $4 billion mark. The bitcoin price is up 1.7% compared to last week.

Ethereum rose 2.1% on Sunday to $303, trimming its weekly drop to 5.9%. Meanwhile, XRP rose 3.6% on Sunday to $0.342. Compared with last week, the so-called banker’s cryptocurrency has gained 12.8%. At its lowest point, XRP was down 93% from its record high.

Disclaimer: The author owns bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but does not engage in short-term or day-trading.

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Cryptocurrency Rally Stalls as Bitcoin Price Hits Resistance

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Cryptocurrency prices were down across the board on Saturday, with bitcoin – the market’s biggest bellwether – stalling near a key  resistance.

Market Update

After reaching a high of $225.6 billion on Friday, the total cryptocurrency market capitalization has fallen back to $211.3 billion, according to CoinMarketCap. The broad pullback was accompanied by only a minor dip in trading volumes, a sign that profit-taking was a factor.

Six of the top-ten coins (excluding Tether) had reported declines at the start of the weekend. Bitcoin was down 3.5% to trade at $6,355.00 on Bitfinex. The leading digital currency reached a high of $6,619, which is just shy of the most recent peak. Bitcoin’s market still exhibits strong trading volumes, with 24-hour turnover at $4.3 billion.

Among the major altcoins, Ethereum, Stellar Lumens, Litecoin and Cardano had each declined between 1.2% and 3.5%. On the opposite side of the spectrum, XRP, bitcoin cash and EOS had reported gains of at least 1.6%.

Bitcoin’s dominance rate, or the percentage of the total cryptocurrency market cap held in BTC, was 52%. Bitcoin accounted for as much as 54.5% of the total market capitalization earlier this week.

Dollar Factor?

The recent meltdown in cryptocurrencies originated 11 days ago when the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced it would delay a ruling on a highly anticipated bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF). However, analysts have struggled to explain the extent of the selloff – namely, the $35 billion plunge between Aug. 10-13.

According to eToro analyst and Hacked contributor Mati Greenspan, a surging U.S. dollar may have contributed to the decline. As CCN reports, the cryptocurrency market’s movements this week have been highly correlated with fluctuations in emerging-market currencies. Emerging-market exchange rates have been rocked by contagion fears emanating from Turkey’s political crisis, which have boosted demand for the U.S. dollar. As Hacked reported Friday, the U.S. dollar index recent hit more than one-year highs.

“As the United States moves to tighten its economy and avoid strong inflation, they’re taking action that is strengthening the Dollar. Because the US Dollar is the global reserve currency, many smaller economies rely heavily on a stable exchange rate with the greenback,” Greenspan wrote. “So too, as the Dollar is being seen as a stable store of value at the moment, there really isn’t much incentive for people to store their money in digital assets.”

Bitcoin is generally viewed as a non-correlated asset, which means it enjoys unique price independence when comparted with traditional markets. Correlation, when it does occur, is often driven by the erroneous belief that bitcoin is associated with the broader market. This was observed earlier this year when bitcoin seemingly fell in lockstep with the U.S. stock market.

Disclaimer: The author owns bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but does not engage in short-term or day-trading.

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2018 Crypto Exchange Trading Revenue Poised to Double to $4 Billion: Bernstein

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For the most part, the cryptocurrency markets have been operating on all cylinders year-to-date with the exception of one very important metric — price. And now that the bitcoin price appears to have found its footing, today’s slip to $6,410 notwithstanding, that component of the market appears to be cooperating, too. Wall Street research firm Bernstein is acknowledging the industry’s impact, predicting that cryptocurrency exchange revenue may grow more than twofold versus year-ago levels to some $4 billion.

The Bernstein report, as cited in Bloomberg, is entitled: “Crypto Trading — The Next Big Thing Is Here?” The title alone reflects a more open-minded if not sanguine take on the cryptocurrency market, more specifically speculative trading. Last year, leading crypto exchanges generated $1.8 billion in transaction fees, which according to the Sanford analysts is 8% of what Wall Street exchanges made. Based on this metric of transaction fees, cryptocurrency trading was second only to global cash equities.

Courtesy: Bloomberg

The outlook may seem shocking, considering that the bitcoin price is down more than 60% from last year’s peak. But leading cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume Binance, which boasts millions of users, tipped its hand to balance sheet strength. The exchange’s CEO CZ recently provided an outlook, saying the company was on track to deliver record profits this year of as much as $1 billion, as CCN previously reported.  On the low end of its range, Binance is looking at $500 million.

Advantage Goes to Coinbase

Meanwhile, Bernstein analysts are quick to point out that Wall Street banks have largely been on the sidelines of crypto, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan’s crypto trading and blockchain investments notwithstanding. As a result, the could find themselves in an unusual competitive position where crypto exchanges like Coinbase dominate market share. Coinbase already boasts some “50% of the transaction revenue pool,” according to Bloomberg, and fears of fraud coupled with a murky regulatory climate hold the big banks at bay.

“As the crypto-asset class seasons and institutional demand builds, there are a plethora of opportunities for traditional firms,” according to Bernstein analysts, who then pointed to examples across custody, portfolio management and making markets, for instance.

Indeed, the persistent downturn in the cryptocurrency market, particularly in the bitcoin price, has had observers wondering how crypto exchanges could offset the damage. After all, they generate revenue based on trading volume.

Exchanges like Coinbase have been adding coins, most recently Ethereum Classic (ETC) but they’ve got several more altcoins waiting in the wings that they’re looking to support. While Coinbase officials have stated that these new altcoin additions are in response to trader demand, it’s also a way for them to continue to collect trading revenues while the bitcoin price has been stalled. Binance, meanwhile, whose trading volume hovers at approximately $1.4 billion in the last 24 hours, supports hundreds of altcoins.

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