Analysts Expect Further Losses as Bitcoin Forms EMA Bear Cross

Bitcoin (BTC) has continued inching lower following its recent bearish break below $9,000, which points to the possibility that bears are building strength as bulls fail to propel the crypto while it trades just a hair above its key near-term support level.
Analysts are now noting that Bitcoin may soon incur further losses as it nears the completion of a bearish EMA cross, which may mean that a movement to the lower-$8,000 region is imminent.
Bitcoin Sits Upon Key Support Level as Bears Build Strength
At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading down marginally at its current price of $8,740, which marks a notable drop from its daily highs of $8,900 that were set overnight when bulls attempted to propel the crypto back to $9,000.
The swift rejection that came about following this overnight movement points to the fact that bears currently have an upper hand over bulls and may signal that further downside is imminent for BTC.
In the near-term, analysts anticipate this bearishness to lead BTC down to the mid-$8,000 region, with one analyst setting a near-term target at $8,400.
The Cryptomist, a popular cryptocurrency analyst on Twitter, spoke about this possibility in a recent tweet, telling her followers that any break below the support that Bitcoin currently has at $8,400 could send the crypto plummeting to $7,100.
“$BTC: Support test on wedge incoming. I have two possible supports I am looking at: 8400 – 8500 regions. If this support fails, and this wedge is invalidated, we will possibly go towards my 7.1k target sooner than later,” she said while pointing to the charts seen below.

$Btc
Support test on wedge incomingI have two possible supports I am looking at
8400 – 8500 regions
If this support fails, and this wedge is invalidated, we will possibly go towards my 7.1k target sooner than later pic.twitter.com/Boz0yTMbXJ
— The Cryptomist (@TheCryptomist) November 12, 2019

Will EMA Bear Cross Force BTC Lower? 
One technical formation that Bitcoin is currently forming may support any potential bearishness that analysts are watching for in the near-term, as the ongoing bearish EMA cross that BTC is close to confirming could push the crypto below its near-term support levels.
Big Chonis, a popular cryptocurrency analyst on Twitter, spoke about this in a recent tweet, while also musing about the various other technical factors that he is closely watching in the near-term.
“$BTC – Daily closed with a lot of mixed signals. MA50 support – MA200 resistance, MA100 about to bear cross MA200. Lower cloud span resistance, still just above ‘golden zone.’ Looking for that possible 5th wave down confirmation. I expect increased volume this week in #bitcoin,” he said while referencing the chart below.

$BTC – Daily closed with a lot of mixed signals
MA50 support – MA200 resistance, MA100 about to bear cross MA200
Lower cloud span resistance, still just above ‘golden zone’
Looking for that possible 5th wave down confirmation
I expect increased volume this week in #bitcoin pic.twitter.com/S0DdSvjUqR
— Big ChonisFlux Trading Group (@BigChonis) November 12, 2019

How Bitcoin trades in the coming hours and days will have a significant impact on these technical formations and could provide analysts with significant insight into where the crypto is heading next.
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Bitcoin Fixes This: Top Bank Chief Says Monetary Policy is Failing

Representatives of the current financial system are inadvertently extolling the virtues of Bitcoin at a higher frequently than ever before. The latest is Deutsche Bank President Karl von Rohr, who states that current methods intended to stave off economic crisis are lessening in efficacy.
Von Rohr describes the current climate for the financial services industry as the most challenging time he can remember. He says that geopolitical uncertainties are already impacting the global economy as a decade of growth begins to slow.
Negative Interest Rates Don’t Work Forever and Bitcoin Doesn’t Punish Savers
In a recent “Future of Finance” conference hosted by Bloomberg in Frankfurt, the president and deputy chairman of Deutsche Bank AG Karl von Rohr joined those bankers making an inadvertent advertisement for Bitcoin. He stated that global financial stability is under increasing threat:
“At least I can hardly remember, in my 25 years in banking, a more challenging time for the financial services industry.”
Von Rohr cited instances of geopolitical tension as contributing to increased uncertainty and a  slowing of global growth. He mentioned uncertainty surrounding the US/China Trade War, the ongoing debacle that is Britain’s exit from the European Union, and civil unrest in various parts of the world.
The Deutsche Bank President says that in many areas of the world, there are clear signs of an economic slowdown, following a period of growth:
“In some major economies, the warning bells of a recession are ringing.”

#DeutscheBank President Warns "Recession Bells Are Ringing. Negative Interest Rates Are No Longer Likely To Be Effective. Monetary Policy Is Running Out Of Means To Cushion A Serious Economic Crisis." pic.twitter.com/8N1R5A8FnF
— Ben Rickert (@Ben__Rickert) November 12, 2019

With reference to Europe, Von Rohr says that the five years of negative interest rates aimed at promoting economic growth are fast becoming useless:
“With fears of a downturn mounting, we have reached a level where monetary policy is at serious risk of running out of means to cushion a real economic crisis.”
Von Rohr also mentions the impact of the “monetary experiment” of negative interest rates on savers. He states that Europeans have been losing 160 billion euros in interest payments each year thanks to the negative rates. The Deutsche Bank executive added:
“With inflation factored in, the result is a creeping erosion of our European customers’ assets.”
In a bank-created situation so hostile to those wishing to save rather than spend, it isn’t particularly difficult to see why Bitcoin might become more attractive to some. As an asset that is entirely unconnected to the current financial system and any national government, Bitcoin cannot be subject to changes to its monetary policy. In times of geopolitical uncertainty, such hard forms of money naturally become more attractive as a form of hedge.
Add negative interest rates, quantitative easing, and other measures intended to stimulate further growth, and the case for Bitcoin only gets stronger. Many commentators have pointed out Bitcoin’s utility as a way to avoid the potentially disastrous consequences of such policies.

Governments could stop bitcoin pretty simply.
How?
Just stop the financial surveillance, inflation, artificial interest rates, deficit spending, fractional reserve banking and capital controls.
— Rhythm (@Rhythmtrader) November 11, 2019

 
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CFTC believed Bitcoin Futures could pop 2017 bubble: Former CFTC Chairman

As governments across the globe ease up on crypto-regulations, former CFTC Chairman Christopher Giancarlo featured on the latest edition of the Unchained podcast to contrast existing market conditionsThe post CFTC believed Bitcoin Futures could pop 2017 bubble: Former CFTC Chairman appeared first on AMBCrypto.
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Early Bitcoin Adopter Supports Privacy Altcoin Grin

The crypto market was born from cypherpunks hoping to disrupt the current monopoly over finance, and offer the world additional options that favored privacy and freedom. Bitcoin was the first of its kind, but many altcoin projects have since followed that keep the original goals of cypherpunks strong.
An early Bitcoin adopter, driven by the further pursuit of bringing privacy and freedom to the crypto market, has made a sizeable donation in Bitcoin to the privacy-centric altcoin, Grin.
Early Bitcoin Whale Donates 50 BTC to Privacy Altcoin Project
This week, Grin Product Manager Daniel Lehnberg revealed on the official forums of the Grin altcoin project that they had received a sizable donation originating from an early Bitcoin adopter and cypherpunk, in support of the project.
Grin’s General Fund received a donation of 50 BTC from a donor who wishes to remain anonymous, along with a note from the donor.
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The donor says that Grin makes them feel like it’s 2009 or 2010 once again, likely referencing when Bitcoin first was released into the wild and hope was still fresh and young. The donor claims their motives are only about pushing the technology and altcoin’s protocol forward and ask the Grin team to put the donation “to good use for the development of GRIN.”
The blockchain data suggests that the account associated with the 50 BTC donation dates back to 2010, suggesting that the donor is among the earliest adopters of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, and is assumed to be an early cypherpunk.

One more 50 btc donation to Grin, this time a coinbase from 2010 https://t.co/JXkTJ78lVB https://t.co/JhyQOCh3We
— hashmap (@hashmap) November 11, 2019

Whoever they are, they are supporting Grin financially, and appear to be using their funds to attempt to push crypto as a technology even further through the altcoin. Since they asked to remain anonymous, privacy is clearly a topic of concern for the donor, which could be in part why they selected Grin as a project they’d like to support.
What Exactly Is Grin?
Grin is a relatively new altcoin, first launching in January of this year. Grin is a censorship-resistance, privacy-focused crypto project, that utilizes the mimblewimble blockchain.
Like Bitcoin, no entity controls or owns Grin, and its development is supported by the donations of others like the early Bitcoin whale or through the sales of related merchandise created by the current volunteer dev team.
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Grin is a proof-of-work cryptocurrency, with each block reward offering miners 60 Grin for each block validated. There wasn’t an ICO or pre-mine, and instead, the altcoin’s distribution began with the mining of the project’s genesis block much like Bitcoin.
Where it differs from Bitcoin, is in the fact there are no addresses on the Grin blockchain, enabling confidential transactions that obscure ownership and any amounts transferred.
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Bitcoin Options volume registers weekly low, but sentiment remains bullish

Bitcoin’s derivatives market entered the frame back in 2017. However, 2019 saw the most significant growth in terms of institutional interest. With the launch of Bakkt’s Bitcoin Futures, profitabilityThe post Bitcoin Options volume registers weekly low, but sentiment remains bullish appeared first on AMBCrypto.
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Bitcoin (BTC) Price Turned Sell On Rallies Towards $9K

Bitcoin price is trading in a bearish zone below the $8,880 and $9,000 resistances against the US Dollar.
The price is struggling to recover and it is likely to face sellers towards $9,000.
Yesterday’s major bearish trend line is intact with resistance near $8,980 on the hourly chart of the BTC/USD pair (data feed from Kraken).
There are a few key supports on the downside near the $8,600 and $8,500 levels.

Bitcoin price is facing an increase in selling below $9,000 against the US Dollar. BTC might correct higher, but sellers remain in control near $8,880 and $9,000.
Bitcoin Price Analysis
Yesterday, there was a decent recovery in bitcoin above $8,850 and $8,900 against the US Dollar. Moreover, BTC climbed above the $9,000 resistance and the 100 hourly simple moving average.
However, the upward move was capped by the $9,150 resistance. A high was formed near $9,150 and the price started another decline. It broke many supports near the $9,000 and $8,900 levels.
Additionally, there was a close below $8,850 and the 100 hourly simple moving average. Finally, the price broke the $8,700 level and traded to a new monthly low near the $8,612 low.
It is currently correcting higher above the $8,700 level. Besides, bitcoin is trading above the 23.6% Fib retracement level of the recent decline from the $9,150 high to $8,612 low. On the upside, there are many resistances, starting with $8,800 and up to $9,000.
The first major resistance is near the $8,880 level and the 100 hourly SMA. It also represents the 50% Fib retracement level of the recent decline from the $9,150 high to $8,612 low.
The main resistance on the upside is near the $9,000 level. More importantly, yesterday’s major bearish trend line is intact with resistance near $8,980 on the hourly chart of the BTC/USD pair. Therefore, bitcoin is likely to face a strong resistance near the $8,880 and $9,000 levels.
On the downside, an initial support is near the $8,680 level. The first key support is near the $8,600 level, below which there is a risk of an extended decline towards the $8,500 support area.
Bitcoin Price
Looking at the chart, bitcoin is showing signs of a short term upside correction above $8,700. Having said that, the bears are likely to protect gains near the $8,880 and $8,980 resistance levels. Only a close above $9,000 might start a strong recovery in the near term.
Technical indicators:
Hourly MACD – The MACD is struggling to gain strength in the bullish zone.
Hourly RSI (Relative Strength Index) – The RSI for BTC/USD is currently recovering towards the 50 level.
Major Support Levels – $8,600 followed by $8,500.
Major Resistance Levels – $8,880, $8,980 and $9,000.
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Stellar Poised For 50% Surge Against Bitcoin Following Supply Burn Spike

The altcoin known as Stellar (XLM) has been among the top ten list of crypto assets by market cap for some time, but has been among the least hyped of the bunch since the bear market first began in 2018.
That all may change, soon, as the crypto asset may be poised for as much as a 50% gain against Bitcoin in the coming days, according to one prominent crypto analyst.
Stellar Launchpad Ready For Over 50% Pump Against Bitcoin
Stellar (XLM) has struggled throughout the bear market to maintain any positive momentum and is one of the few crypto assets that hasn’t yet broken out of downtrend resistance dating back as far as its previous all-time high.
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At the peak of the crypto hype bubble, Stellar had reached prices of nearly $1 per token, but is currently down over 90% and is trading at just under 8 cents per token.
Things appeared bleaker for Stellar, and was trading at under 5 cents per token in September, but the Stellar Foundation recently burned half of the token supply, causing a massive pump. The Stellar Foundation burned 55 million XLM tokens, resulting in a 25% surge in asset prices.
But the pump may not completely be over, and Stellar instead may be gearing up for another leg up, and one that could result in as much as a 50% gain against Bitcoin in the coming days.
According to prominent crypto analyst DonAlt, Stellar is showing signs that XLM/BTC trading pair is ready for an extremely strong move up, now that resistance has been breached, and could be targeting 1400 sats.
XLM Supply Burn Wasn’t Enough To Restore Bullish Momentum
XLM is currently trading at around 900 sats, and a move to 1400 sats would be a 55% increase from current prices. However, the increase is based on performance against Bitcoin on the XLM/BTC trading pair, and not the US dollar.
On XLM/USD charts, the crypto asset has yet to break out from downtrend resistance and could continue to be locked in a downtrend against the dollar, all while it outperforms Bitcoin. Such a move would suggest Bitcoin could suffer a dangerous drop, causing a divergence in performance next to Stellar.
Stellar is currently the 10th largest cryptocurrency by market cap, right behind Bitcoin for Bitcoin Satoshi Vision, and just ahead of Justin Sun’s Tron cryptocurrency.
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Stellar remains down as much as 90% from its former all-time high price, and for the crypto asset to return to such prices, would require a 1,150% gain. XLM is just one of many altcoins that has underperformed Bitcoin by a large margin in 2019.
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Peter Schiff Fires Back After Facebook Crypto Head Calls Bitcoin “Digital Gold”

Last week, speaking at the New York Times DealBook Conference, David Marcus, the head of Facebook’s cryptocurrency projects, called Bitcoin “digital gold,” while simultaneously arguing that the coin is not a good currency for transactions:

“I don’t think of Bitcoin as a currency. It’s actually not a great medium of exchange because of it’s volatility,” Marcus said. “I see it as digital gold.”

Many have made the comparison between Bitcoin and gold in the past, with those most bullish on the leading cryptocurrency hoping that it will eventually surpass gold’s $8 trillion market value. Currently, the total value of all Bitcoin is $160 billion, about 50-times less than gold.
Bitcoin: Digital Gold
Marcus said Bitcoin is like gold because you can hold on to it as an investment just as people do with actual gold, but that the fluctuations in value currently associated with Bitcoin make it a bad choice for people who need a reliable system to send remittances across borders.
Commentators on Twitter, such as financier Peter Schiff, were quick to chime in:
Peter Schiff says bitcoin is too volatile as a medium of exchange (source: Peter Schiff Twitter)
Schiff, an outspoken critic of Bitcoin, found fault in Marcus’ claim that Bitcoin is digital gold, saying it’s too volatile to be used like gold is as a medium of exchange.
This reply drew fire from a lot of other Twitter users, many of who perceive Schiff to be backward-looking and a “member of the old guard.”
Responses to Schiff’s Claims
Twitter user @MarketAlly reminded Schiff that not only was gold also volatile initially, but that its stability came under the direction of banks and governments, something that crypto enthusiasts hope will happen with digital coins through proper regulation:

You are wrong Schiff. The stability of Gold came from enough banks, goverments, etc holding it and then as derivatives were built around it. Bitcoin is like digital gold and as those vehicles continue to be built around it, it will do the same. Gold was volatile initially
— MarketAlly LLC (@MarketAlly) November 11, 2019

Others pointed out a fault in Schiff’s claim that gold can “actually be used as a medium of exchange,” asking, rhetorically, for him to provide am example of someone using gold to make a purchase at a brick-and-mortar store.
Volatility is a concern for cross border payments, one of the key markets Facebook is targeting with its Libra cryptocurrency and Calibra digital wallet. Unlike Bitcoin, in attempts to help it remain stable, Libra’s value will be tied to currencies like the U.S. dollar and the Euro.
Admittedly, Bitcoin does have a somewhat turbulent, albeit short, history. Just two weeks ago, it was set to drop from $7,000 levels but quickly spiked to $10,300 in the hours following a positive statement on blockchain by Chinese President Xi Jin Ping.
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List of Crypto All-Time High Prices Shows How Far Market Must Recover

Bitcoin may be once again ready for a bull run, but the rest of the crypto space has a lot of catching up to do in order to return to peak prices set years ago.
A list circulating social media depicts the most popular cryptocurrencies then and now, and shows just how far the entire crypto market needs to recover in order to return to those prices, and potentially beat them.
Two Years Later: The Crypto Market Is Still 80% Or More Down From All-Time High
In 2017, cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin went from a completely unheard of technology for mainstream common-folk, to the talk of the town.
The allure of rags to riches stories and ballooning asset prices drew in a massive influx of retail investors with little to no previous investment experience, and the end result was them getting stuck holding extremely heavy bags, as early adopters sold off the assets at all-time high prices.
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Many of the top ten cryptocurrencies by market cap have completely fallen out of favor since, and are down anywhere between 94% to as much as 100% from their all-time high prices. Even the current top ten, comprised of actual crypto assets with real utility, are down anywhere from 82 to 92%, with only one rare altcoin outperforming Bitcoin, which itself is still down 54% from its previous all-time high of $20,000.

ATH vs Current Price pic.twitter.com/r7ufra0vtg
— Mario Lemieux (@MarioLemieux99) November 11, 2019

According to the list, Binance Coin tops the entire market in terms of performance, down only 48% from the asset’s all-time high. Bitcoin is right behind it, at 54%. At one point, Bitcoin had reclaimed even more lost ground, but a rejection around $14,000 sent the first-ever cryptocurrency back into a downtrend, and it is still struggling to return to the bull run it appeared to be kicking off earlier this year.
Altcoins, however, haven’t fared as well as Bitcoin, with the majority of the alternative crypto assets still down anywhere 80% or higher from their all-time highs.
The second place-crypto by market cap, Ethereum, which topped out at over $1,400 is still down 87%, while the number three crypto-asset, XRP, remains down 92%. Bitcoin Cash, the hard fork that was introduced at the height of the crypto hype bubble, is also down 92%.
Litecoin, which experienced a halving this past year, saw much stronger gains leading up to the event, but a post halving sell-off has taken the asset’s price back to as much as 82% down from its all-time high.
EOS, which wasn’t introduced to the market until after the bubble began to pop, remains down 84%. Stellar and Tron both faired similarly, down a respective 91 and 92% from their former all-time high.
The altcoins that formerly made up the top ten cryptocurrencies by market cap back at the bubble peak, have struggled even harder to return to mean. These assets, such as IOTA, Dash, NEO, and Dash, are all down anywhere from 94 to 96%. Verge and XEM are down 98% and 99%, and BitConnect, a proven scam, has resulted in a total loss.
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The math is even more damning, as not only is Verge, for example, down 99% from its all-time high, it would require an over 6450% gain to break above its all-time high, suggesting that many investors still holding these heavy bags, may be stuck at a loss forever.
The example also shows that while investing in the crypto market top ten is typically the wisest and least risky of choices, even that doesn’t mean an asset won’t fall out of favor completely and end up down 99% from its highest possible price.
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Bitcoin turns bullish 20 days into CME Futures' expiry; Average return of 11% witnessed

Bitcoin’s mania caused a major influx of retail, especially toward the end of the 2017 bull run. 2017 was a significant year for Bitcoin considering the development and launch of Bitcoin Futures. BothThe post Bitcoin turns bullish 20 days into CME Futures’ expiry; Average return of 11% witnessed appeared first on AMBCrypto.
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Bitcoin Bulls Constantly Exhaust Kraken’s Liquidity Pool: CEO

Bitcoin bulls are constantly exhausting the US dollar reserve pool for opening leveraged Long positions, revealed Jesse Powell of Kraken – a US-based cryptocurrency exchange.
The chief executive officer told Youtuber Ivan on Tech in an interview that the number of traders who believe that the bitcoin price would go higher is more than those who believe in the opposite. The upside sentiment, therefore, prompts a majority of traders to borrow funds from Kraken to increase their Long positions in the bitcoin market. Many a time, the absence of Short traders – those who believe that the bitcoin price would fall, misbalances the liquidity. As a result, the margin pool keeps getting exhausted.
“There is always a broad disagreement about what the price should be. There is always someone who wants to Short bitcoin […] We definitely have a way more demand to go Long Bitcoin. But, we have got only so many dollars in the system. The margin pool for borrowing dollars to buy bitcoin is constantly being exhausted, which proves that people are bullish.”

The Near-Term Effect
Exchanges in the cryptocurrency sector offer traders to leverage up to 100 times than their principal cash balance. That means an investor with, say, only a dollar in his trade account can bet up to $100 in a single trade. In case bitcoin moves in the direction as intended by the Long traders, he/she makes multiplied gains from their $100 position. If not, then he/she loses more than $100 from their one dollar trade account. Overall, the amplified upside potential is why traders find leverage exciting.
Powell indicates that not many traders bet in favor of a bitcoin price fall, which means a majority of them are bullish. The sentiment serves as an indicator that the market prefers the cryptocurrency at a much larger value than where it is today.
Nonetheless, since the leveraged trades are short-term mostly, they cannot determine bitcoin’s long-term bias. The answer to that query lies in the macroeconomy – that in the US dollar shortage.
Travis Kling, the founder & chief investment officer of crypto asset management firm Ikigai, noted in September that a global liquidity crisis is underway. The former Wall Street executive referred to the Federal Reserve’s repo rate program, wherein the US central bank overnight injected hundreds of billions of dollars into the banking system. He added that investors started dumping their bitcoin positions to get as much cash on their hands as they can.

Some smart investors that actually like and respect me say I'm crazy for thinking that Global Macro has a big effect on crypto.
I think they're crazy for thinking these two things are entirely unrelated. pic.twitter.com/xYTSJVbCY7
— Travis Kling (@Travis_Kling) September 25, 2019

Dollar Shortage is Good for Bitcoin
With Kraken revealing a higher demand for bitcoin against lower liquidity, and a global dollar shortage issue underway, some analysts also believe traders would not exit their Bitcoin positions as a defense. Game liquidity theorist Majin said that a dollar squeeze is bullish for the cryptocurrency thanks to its low correlation with the dollar-denominated mainstream markets.
“Bitcoin is relatively easier to control versus the huge global regular finance market,” he said.
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