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Hello dear traders Those who follow Bitcoins and cryptocurrencies noticed that we are near a long-term trend line on a logarithmic graph and the probability that we will soon grow very high. There is a lot of evidence for this, and the first is the mood of the crowd, which has long been waiting for a trend reversal, and we have seen many altcoin flights over the...
15 Dash [16] DASH 2014 734 Mio. USD 0,6 % 7,7 % 10 GB X11 Kryptowährung deren Netzwerk aus sogenannten Masternodes bestehen. Für den Betrieb eines Masternodes sind 1000 Dash notwendig und man erhält einen Teil der Netzwerkgebühr für den Betrieb. Dash legt ebenfalls einen Fokus auf Privatsphäre in dem Transaktionen nicht komplett öffentlich sind [17].
I want to begin with the following statement: I have never relied on fractals and preferred to argue based on Oscillators and popular TA Patterns. Moreover, I always try to look at the market situation, imagining myself as a market maker (MM) and choose the most suitable combination of actions to take more money from liquidations. However, we all know how...
Hello friends! Today is Friday, which means that we will not be left without a big movement. We are now near a strong resistance, the volumes are falling (don't believe fake volume on CMC), the shorts are at the lowest point, and say to yourself, "Do you really think that under such conditions there will be growth?" Do not be fooled, think cold mind, there is no...
Monero is the most prominent example of the cryptonite algorithm. This algorithm was invented to add the privacy features Bitcoin is missing. If you use Bitcoin, every transaction is documented in the blockchain and the trail of transactions can be followed. With the introduction of a concept called ring-signatures, the cryptonite algorithm was able to cut through that trail.
Dogecoin: Dogecoin (like the “Doge” internet meme about a dog and misspelling) had the 7th highest Market cap as of June 2015. In 2017 it was still a contender although it was more of one early in 2017. Individual coins aren’t worth as much as other coins on the list, but it’s value and popularity have remained relatively steady despite notable highs and lows. Dogecoin uses the same essential technology as Bitcoin with a few important technical distinctions. Like the failed Coinye West, Dogecoin was just in it for the lolz (i.e., it was created as a joke), but unlike Coinye, Dogecoin became inexplicably popular. Why do we suggest a joke coin? Because it’s a popular coin and today the only funny part about it is the name (and it’s mascot and backstory). It’s a lot like Litecoin — a fairly priced coin with some degree consumer confidence. Dogecoin has, one might argue, turned their comedic origins into an excuse to make their coin “fun and friendly,” which was a smart long-term move. It’s also one of the only major cryptocurrencies with a .com Top-Level Domain name and is one of the few that attempts to reach an audience outside of techies and cryptography nerds. As of September 2017, Dogecoin had taken a beating in value. One could argue that its roots as a joke coin weren’t as great a long-term strategy as it had once seemed (although one could argue the volatility it has seen is just business as usual in the cryptocurrency space.)
Diese Betrachtung ist absolut packend geschrieben, und man hat als Leser die Chance in dieses neue Universum einzutauchen – sei es als Neueinsteiger oder als Struktursuchender,. Die beiden Autoren vermitteln dabei durchaus ihre persönliche Leidenschaft für das abstrakte Thema Krypto-Währungen, aber in der Bewertung der vielen Facetten sind sie um größtmögliche Neutralität bemüht.

Other honorable mentions: Cardano (ADA), Stellar Lumens (XLM), Zero-ex or 0x (ZRX), Tron (TRX), Zcash, EOS, NEO, NEM, Basic Attention Token (BAT), Monero (XMR), and a few others all have decent values, familiarity, and respectable market caps. Some even have better exchange rates currently then our top picks for coins, and who knows, any of these could be a top coin in the future. So, make sure not to dismiss the other forerunners (or even some odd altcoins with interesting code or large user bases are worth keeping an eye on). We could easily see one a given existing altcoin or even a new coin spring up to the top of the list at any moment (for example Verge accomplished this during an altcoin boom in 2017 – 2018). The cryptocurrency market is young and volatile, so anything could happen over time. The past is a good indicator of the future in crypto, but things change and the future is truly any coin’s game.
15 Dash [16] DASH 2014 734 Mio. USD 0,6 % 7,7 % 10 GB X11 Kryptowährung deren Netzwerk aus sogenannten Masternodes bestehen. Für den Betrieb eines Masternodes sind 1000 Dash notwendig und man erhält einen Teil der Netzwerkgebühr für den Betrieb. Dash legt ebenfalls einen Fokus auf Privatsphäre in dem Transaktionen nicht komplett öffentlich sind [17].
Cryptocurrencies are highly volatile, risky and complex products. Due to wide price fluctuations, trading them may result in significant loss over a short period of time. Leverage can work both to your advantage and disadvantage. As a result, trading cryptocurrencies may not be suitable for all investors, and you should never invest money that you cannot afford to lose.
While it’s very easy to buy Bitcoins - there are numerous exchanges in existence that trade in BTC - other cryptocurrencies aren’t as easy to acquire. Although, this situation is slowly improving with major exchanges like Kraken, BitFinex, BitStamp and many others starting to sell Litecoin, Ethereum, Monero, Ripple and so on. There are also a few other different ways of being coin, for instance, you can trade face-to-face with a seller or use a Bitcoin ATM.
Previous analysis we have bullish flag pattern with projection at 4158, but we take short sell at channel up resistance at 4100 without have to wait flag projection hit. Our short decision base on bearish 3 drives pattern resistance at fibonacci 1.272 at 4100, and also channel up resistance. (Bearish 3 drives perfect ratio if we hit resistance at fibonacci 1.618...

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Ethereum: Is probably the third most important coin [here in 2018, I’d argue that it is the second most important after Bitcoin]. Ethereum doesn’t have the longevity at the top like Litecoin, but it has some unique features and a market cap that make it a real contender. Most ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) use Ethereum. It has a less intimidating cost that Bitcoin and has the second highest market cap. On that note, Ethereum classic is also notable. Ethereum is a spin-off (aka “hard fork”) from what isn’t today called Ethereum classic (like how our next up coin, Bitcoin cash, is a spin-off of Bitcoin.) NOTE: Ethereum is a fork of another relevant coin called Ethereum Classic.
Altcoins is the general term associated with the cryptocurrencies launched after Bitcoin’s success. At first, these were mere copies mimicking the original Bitcoin. Today, there are over 1,000 of these, and the list just keeps growing. Most crypto coins are launched following an ICO (Initial Coin Offering – a form of crowdfunding) in which the developers raise cash by offering a limited number of initial coins to finance technological development. So far, besides the list below, we can find names, such as Namecoin, Peercoin, Bytecoin, Deutsche eMark, Novacoin, Cryptogenic Bullion, Quark, DarkCoin and Mangocoinz (for smartphones).
A cryptocurrency exchange or a digital currency exchange (DCE) is a business that allows customers to trade cryptocurrencies or digital currencies for other assets, such as conventional fiat money or other digital currencies. A cryptocurrency exchange can be a market maker that typically takes the bid-ask spreads as a transaction commission for is service or, as a matching platform, simply charges fees.
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Let us make a 10:1 leverage example. Let the Bitcoin price be $500. Let us assume that you only have 500 USD but you want to buy 10 BTC. This is possible, but you will have to pay an interest for borrowing $5000 after you close your position. For example, the BTC closes at $550. So you have made $500 or a 100% earnings for only a 10% price increase. From this earnings, you will only need to subtract the interest rate (about 2%) and you have your final profit/loss, which is higher if you predicted the course of the trade correctly.
Bitcoin is pseudonymous rather than anonymous in that the cryptocurrency within a wallet is not tied to people, but rather to one or more specific keys (or "addresses").[41] Thereby, bitcoin owners are not identifiable, but all transactions are publicly available in the blockchain. Still, cryptocurrency exchanges are often required by law to collect the personal information of their users.
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