Over the last few weeks, a lot has happened in the crypto space and all does not seem to be well anymore for many. Usually, the word 'dip' refers to a slight retracement in price before the continuation of a trend, however, what we've seen so far on several crypto charts suggest otherwise. In this article, we examine the grounds for the resurrection of three of the mainstream cryptocurrencies
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We love trading weeks like this one, filled with impactful events, crypto-crashes, economic releases, and political decisions from global leaders. The day has a lot to offer, so let’s take the most from it!
Bitcoin could be a potential haven for Russian oligarchs seeking to avoid sanctions, as there will be no censorship on the Bitcoin network and cryptocurrency transactions. Russians may have trouble converting their money back to fiat, yet the cryptos could act as a robust store of value for a significant part of holdings that do not need to be liquid.
Bloomberg says yesterday’s movement was so far the wildest. It was the first time in history for the US500 to crash by 2% and close the day 2.8% above the neutral line. There’re several possible reasons for the move.
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After bouncing off the previous Major trendline last month, Bitcoin seems to be retesting the support area again in hopes of catching a bullish momentum.
First, "ETH merge" Google requests are on the rise. At the same time, "buy ETH" requests are at their two-year lows, which is quite a negative factor ahead of the vast update. The community either doesn’t believe in the success, or they are following the "buy the rumors – sell the news" rule and waiting for the massive dump after the merge.
All eyes seem to be on the US Dollar as traders await the Federal Reserve Chair's speech this Thursday at the Cato Institute's Annual Monetary Conference.
The Crypto market usually also has a rough time in September. Bitcoin lost 12.7% in September 2021, 17.4% in 2020, 17.5% in 2018, 21.4% in 2017 and 45.4% in 2015. The main cryptocurrency increased by 13.3% and 3.95% in 2016 and 2019, respectively.
Warren Buffett, the American businessman and philanthropist, has put most of Berkshire Hathaway’s cash in short-term United States Treasury bills since they offer as much as 3.43% in yields.
If you follow the crypto market, you know that the big updates in major blockchains may cause big buzz and add volatility to the prices of crypto…