I guess if you are using Binance and KuCoin then you have almost covered more than 50% of the crypto market.
But if you are someone who wants to dig deeper and increase their reach as well as reduce their risk by using several exchanges then Coinigy is for you. Continue reading “Coinigy – 45+ Exchanges from a single account”
Millions of people work and earn online. They do their work and get paid for it, they provide services and get a fee for it. The common situation is that the one who orders the work and the onewho performs it, physically do not even meet. Everything happens online. Continue reading “What is an e-currency exchanger”
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Follow the flow of coins and their interaction with exchanges, mixers and other services from an easy-to-use graphical interface. Continue reading “Neutrino – Solutions for monitoring, analyzing and tracking”
As Bitcoin continues to set new 2019 high after high, altcoins across the crypto market continue to bleed out, with many setting new lows relative to their BTC pairings.
With sentiment surrounding altcoins reaching extreme lows, these price levels could present lucrative buying opportunities if Bitcoin can stabilize above $6,000. If the leading crypto by market cap cannot, however, the bearish bloodbath may continue.
Altcoins Market At Dangerous Levels as BTC Dominance Spikes Continue reading “Bitcoin continues to set new 2019 high”
It was institutional buyers that pumped the bitcoin price by 23 percent last week, according to a prominent cryptocurrency analyst.
Alex Krüger said the latest bitcoin price action hinted systematic buying, an act of people pooling their strategy to purchase a financial asset in large volumes. Retail investors lacked the capital that could pump the bitcoin market capitalization by approx $32 billion in a week. So, it was very likely that a “handful of large players” initiated a coordinated pump, and bitcoin’s valuation rose wildly. Continue reading “Bitcoin price pumped by 23 percent last week”