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Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show June 19: Ripple Labs Buying up Stake in Moneygram to Increase Ripple (XRP) Adoption, Bancor Dex Bans United States Users as Regulation Intensifies, EOS Buys Voice Domain Name for $30 Million, United States House Committee on Financial Services Calls for Moratorium on Project Libra

Listen to the June 19 Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show On this edition of the Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show, we do a deep dive market analysis. Bitcoin (BTC) is trading between support at $9,000 and resistance at $9,400, and the rest of the crypto market is mixed this morning. Bitfinex’s LEO token is now listed on… Read more

Market Analysis: Bitcoin (BTC) Tests Support at $9,000 After Hitting New 2019 High of $9,435 Yesterday, Crypto Market Mixed

Yesterday evening at 7 p.m. Eastern time, Bitcoin (BTC) hit a new 2019 high of $9,435, and simultaneously the total crypto market cap hit a new 2019 high of $292 billion. However, Bitcoin (BTC) reversed course after that, declining as low as $8,960 around 1 p.m. Support near $9,000 held up despite the selling pressure,… Read more

Facebook (FB) and the Four Most Dangerous Words in the English Language

With the buzz about Facebook’s (FB) entry into crypto, there are key questions not being asked. Will Facebook’s entry into crypto make its stock go up? If FB goes up, will it stay up? Looking at the Facebook (FB) chart, we see important developments. Facebook (FB) is just barely above the bottom of the massive… Read more

Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show June 18: Facebook’s Libra Cryptocurrency Is the Dark Side of the Force, Has Trifecta Fiat Weaknesses: Centralized, Controlled by Major  Corporations, Reversible

Listen to the June 18 Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show On this edition of the Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show, we do a deep dive market analysis. Yesterday evening Bitcoin (BTC) and the total crypto market cap hit new 2019 highs of $9,435 and $292 billion respectively. Today, Bitcoin (BTC) has given back some of its gains,… Read more

Market Analysis: Bitcoin (BTC) and Total Crypto Market Cap Soar to New 2019 Highs of $9,400 and $290 Billion Respectively

The Bitcoin (BTC) market has become bullish after a bearish start to the month. On May 30, Bitcoin (BTC) briefly reached $9,000, before declining to support at $7,500 on June 6. After a few days oscillating near this support level, Bitcoin (BTC) began to consistently rise, and today, Bitcoin (BTC) reached a new 2019 high… Read more

Bitcoin (BTC) and Ripple (XRP)

We are breathing a sigh of relief that our bullish technical constructs in Bitcoin (BTC) are tracking. Looking at Elliot Wave work in Bitcoin (BTC) on BitMEX, a move to $10,000 may be unfolding (Figure 1). We see this rally in Bitcoin (BTC) accelerating. It is possible that this move higher could be an emotionally… Read more

Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show June 17: Bitcoin (BTC) Hits New 2019 High of $9,400 After Binance Bans United States Users, Hong Kong Extradition Law May Be Driving Bitcoin’s (BTC) Price Upwards, Bitcoin (BTC) Hash Rate and Active Addresses Hit All-time Highs, Federal Judge Subpoenas Craig Wright and Threatens Criminal Contempt of Court Charge, a Gauntlet of Major Corporations Are Backing Facebook’s Cryptocurrency

Listen to the June 17 Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show On this edition of the Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show, we do a deep dive market analysis. Bitcoin (BTC) hit a new 2019 high of $9,400 on Sunday and is currently trading near $9,300, and the total crypto market cap is at a new 2019 high of… Read more

Market Analysis: Bitcoin (BTC) Rises to $8,400 as Altcoins Drop Into the Red, Binance Banning United States Users Appears to Be Driving the Market Today

In the early morning hours around 2-3 a.m. Eastern time, Binance updated its terms of service to indicate that United States users are not allowed to use Binance. Apparently, Sept. 12 is a hard deadline for when United States users will no longer be able to trade, but in the meantime, Binance says users in… Read more
Name Current Price 24h %
Bitcoin $9,141.28 +0.84%
Ethereum $267.31 +0.48%
Monero $99.36 +3.05%
Litecoin $138.53 +3.69%


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Market Analysis: Bitcoin (BTC) Tests Support at $9,000 After Hitting New 2019 High of $9,435 Yesterday, Crypto Market Mixed

Yesterday evening at 7 p.m. Eastern time, Bitcoin (BTC) hit a new 2019 high of $9,435, and simultaneously the total crypto market cap hit a new 2019 high of $292 billion. However, Bitcoin (BTC) reversed course after that, declining as…

Facebook (FB) and the Four Most Dangerous Words in the English Language

With the buzz about Facebook’s (FB) entry into crypto, there are key questions not being asked. Will Facebook’s entry into crypto make its stock go up? If FB goes up, will it stay up? Looking at the Facebook (FB) chart,…
Market Analysis: Bitcoin (BTC) and Total Crypto Market Cap Soar to New 2019 Highs of $9,400 and $290 Billion Respectively
The Bitcoin (BTC) market has become bullish after a bearish start to the month. On May 30, Bitcoin (BTC) briefly reached $9,000, before declining to support at $7,500 on June…
Bitcoin (BTC) and Ripple (XRP)
We are breathing a sigh of relief that our bullish technical constructs in Bitcoin (BTC) are tracking. Looking at Elliot Wave work in Bitcoin (BTC) on BitMEX, a move to…

Tech

Erlay Proposal Would Decrease Bandwidth Usage of Bitcoin (BTC ) Nodes by 40%, Making the Bitcoin (BTC) Network Scalable and More Secure
Bitcoin (BTC) developers Gleb Naumeko, Gregory Maxwell, and Peter Wuille published a paper titled “Bandwidth-Efficient Transaction Relay in Bitcoin” on…
Blockchain Scaling: Relax and Trust the Process
The process of technology discovery, innovation, and improvement is a fundamentally human story. When humans discover a new technology or…
Is There a Quantum Threat To Bitcoin (BTC)?
Quantum computers have the potential to be the next big leap forward for humankind. However, there has long been speculation…
BLOCKv's Butterfly Effect
Imagine this: you are walking down the streets of New York City at night. You stop at Times Square and…

Security

What is the Cost of Keeping Blockchain Secure?

Last March 25, cryptocurrency data portal Messari published a new screener that revealed how much miners are paid for top-listed “proof of work” coins. The figures estimated that $7.3 million dollars worth of BTC tokens are issued on a daily basis. Meanwhile with regards to mining fees, it is shown that more than $115,000 are distributed. These…
The Large Bitcoin (BTC) Collider: a Pool of Computers Attempting to Brute Force Bitcoin (BTC) Private Keys, Calculates 300-500 Million Keys Per Second and 36,080 Trillion Private Keys Generated So Far, but Would Still Take at Least 2.58X1024 Years to Find a Private Key Collision
In July 2016, Bitcointalk user Rico666 began to formulate the large Bitcoin (BTC) collider, a project to determine how feasible it is to brute force Bitcoin (BTC) private keys via…
Rogue Block Producer Compromises EOS Blacklist, 2.09 Million EOS Worth $7.5 Million Escapes, Rogue Block Producer Fired, EOS42 Proposes Giving ECAF More Power, Perhaps It Is Time To Get Rid of the ECAF?
EOS has a centralized system for disputing and freezing accounts via the EOSIO Core Arbitration Forum (ECAF). The ECAF runs a blacklist of EOS accounts that contain supposedly stolen funds,…
How Blockstream is Fighting Crypto Exchange Fraud
It is no secret that cryptocurrency exchanges have a bad reputation for mismanaging, losing access to, and misrepresenting customer funds and liquidity. The most recent debacle was the “death” of…

Regulation

Numerous Countries Have Made Bitcoin (BTC) Illegal Even Though It’s Impossible to Ban Bitcoin

Bitcoin is secure, decentralized, and can be anonymous when users take the proper precautions. These characteristics make Bitcoin resilient in the face of government bans, but that doesn’t mean governments have given up on trying to ban Bitcoin or at…

Wyoming Leads the Way on Cryptocurrency Legislation: Crypto is Money

In the United States, Wyoming recently passed a bill that legally recognizes cryptocurrencies as money as of Jan. 31, 2019. The bill was presented and proposed on Jan. 19 and was quickly approved by the most crypto-friendly state in the…
Chat App kik (KIN) Fighting Back Against Possible SEC Enforcement
Popular Canadian chat app Kik made waves in 2017 when it announced its ICO and intentions to integrate a cryptocurrency into the Kik platform. In September, Kik raised almost $100…
U.K. Regulators Initiate Win for Crypto Utility Token Classification; Other Countries Fast Eclipsing U.S. as a Crypto Leader
Amid the chaos imposed by the Brexit Referendum, U.K. regulatory agencies are still at work weighing how they’ll deal with the cryptocurrency space. They have at least one answer that…

Opinion

Bitcoin 2 (BTC2): a Cheap Bitcoin (BTC) Knockoff With Low Liquidity That Just Had a 7,200% Pump and Dump, Users Risk Losing Their Bitcoin (BTC) Private Keys When Claiming Bitcoin 2 (BTC2)

The War On Shitcoins Episode 16: Bitcoin 2 (BTC2). The war on shitcoins is a Crypto.IQ series that targets and shoots down cryptocurrencies that are not worth investing in either due to their being scams, having serious design flaws, being centralized, or in general just being worthless copies of other cryptocurrencies. There are thousands of…
Craig Wright Registers a Copyright for Bitcoin’s (BTC) White Paper and Code: the Implications of This Copyright and Why Bitcoin’s Decentralization Will Save the Day
Craig Wright has registered copyrights for the original Bitcoin (BTC) code and the Bitcoin white paper with the United States Copyright Office. Further, Craig Wright has claimed in these copyrights…
The Laws That Govern Bitcoin Part 2 — Amara's Law
As Bitcoin enthusiasts and investors, we can’t let Bitcoin run unbridled across the financial landscape without trying to define it every chance we get. Luckily, there are a variety of…
Monaco (MCO) Raised $26 Million in ICO and Promised to Deliver Crypto Visa Cards; Rebrands Itself to Crypto.com Then Crypto.com Chain (CRO) After Failing to Deliver Cards
The War On Shitcoins Episode 14: Crypto.com aka Monaco (MCO) & Crypto.com Chain (CRO). The war on shitcoins is a Crypto.IQ series that targets and shoots down cryptocurrencies that are…