Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show April 11: Bitcoin (BTC) Firmly Rejected from $5,300 Resistance Level, Coinbase Launches Crypto Debit Card in the UK, FxBitGlobe Crypto Ponzi Scheme Receives Cease and Desist Order from Texas, Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested But Still Receiving Bitcoin (BTC) Donations, Bittrex New York BitLicense Application Rejected

April 11, 2019 / by Zachary Mashiach

Listen to the April 11 Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show

On this edition of the Crypto.IQ Daily Radio Show, we do a deep dive market analysis. Bitcoin (BTC) got firmly rejected from the $5,300-$5,400 resistance level after a false breakout yesterday afternoon, and this morning, Bitcoin (BTC) has traded as low as $5,000. Several major cryptocurrencies are down 10% or more. WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange has been arrested after spending nearly a decade in Ecuador’s London embassy. He is still receiving Bitcoin (BTC) donations despite his detainment. Hear about how Coinbase has launched a crypto debit card in the UK, which is a crucial missing link for cryptocurrency adoption. We discuss how the FxBitGlobe crypto Ponzi scheme has received a cease and desist order from the state of Texas after offering unrealistic returns to investors and falsely claiming to be compliant with government regulations. Bittrex’s New York BitLicense application has been rejected, and now Bittrex must halt all operations in the state.

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