ETH Exchange Balance at Two-Year Low While Skew Deep into Negative Territory

The weekend is here and so is red.

The cryptocurrency market is seeing a slight correction with ETH going to $455, down from yesterday’s high of $477.

At the time of writing, Ether has been trading at $460 in the red, with 250% year-to-date performance.

The good thing is the percentage of total ETH being held on exchanges is currently at 13.35%, a low last seen on November 23, 2018, as per Santiment.

“The almost exact two-year milestone is a positive sign for Ethereum holders, who have historically benefited when supply held off of exchanges is kept low.

It indicates that large whale selloff probabilities will remain limited.”

Also, “strong demand” is seen for ETH options calls, which are the right to buy the underlying asset.

While the price of Ether is taking a breather here, so are the DeFi tokens which rallied strongly this past week, as Bitcoin stood strong above $16,000 but didn’t move much.

As the price of BTC drops to nearly $15,700, so have the altcoins, ETH, and DeFi tokens except for the likes of Hakka (26%), Hegic (16%), Sushi (12%), and Uniswap (11%).

Overall, the total value locked (TVL) in DeFi space hit a new all-time high today at $13.95 billion, as per DeFi Pulse.

The amount of ETH locked in the sector has also been on the move this past week, nearing the ATH at 8.9 million ETH.

While the ETH locked in DeFi are seeing an increase, those locked in for ETH Phase 0 slowed down, only reaching the 12.1% of the goal.

In its latest update, the Ethereum Foundation noted that with the genesis time set for Dec. 1st, 12 pm UTC, the community has to get their deposits on-chain before November 24, 12 pm UTC.

The deposits contract for ETH 2.0 was launched ten days back along with the mainnet launch Pad.

Yesterday, developer Danny Ryan also updated on the launch of Toledo devnet, a 16k validator testament with v1.0 mainnet configuration. Next week, the aim is to launch Pyrmont, 1 100k validator testnet mimicking mainnet conditions.

“Once Pyrmont is launched and stable, the testnet will be opened up to the community. Pyrmont can serve as a final place to test mainnet software releases and hardware setups in the run-up to mainnet launch.”

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Litecoin MimbleWimble Testnet Launched, Privacy Will Finally be Here in 2021

Litecoin MimbleWimble testnet is here, which will bring privacy to the network. Scheduled for launch on Sept. 30, not many participated in keeping it running as such MimbleWimble testnet has been relaunched. The protocol is designed to enhance privacy and obfuscate the traceability of distributed ledger transactions.

Only a few nodes connected and mined, so not “enough blocks to activate mimblewimble yet,” but as more peers get onboard, they will be able to activate the testnet, said Grin developer David Burkett who has been working on this implementation.

MimbleWimble is a modified implementation of the proof-of-work (PoW) algorithm that underpins Bitcoin. In this, blocks appear as a single large transaction, preventing the individual inputs and outputs of a transaction from being identified. Burkett also wrote,

“I’m still roughing in very minimal cli wallet support, but hopefully we’ll have a simple way to create mimblewimble transactions by the time it activates.”

Despite this news, LTC failed to pump and continues to trade around $46, down 87.55% from its all-time high. One of the worst performers of 2020, LTC saw returns just about 8.65% YTD.

Now that “Mimblewimble Extension Block” (MWEB) testnet is working, the developer will be focusing on making it easy for non-technical Litecoin users to test it out as well — this means wallet support, automated builds, and better documentation. He said,

“Once I’m confident everything is working as designed, I’ll start looking for ways to break the testnet, to make sure we find and resolve any security or stability weaknesses.”

Burkett also stated that next month, he would share a detailed plan about the remaining work required to get MWEB merged to the main repo, so that node operators and miners can start signaling for activation sometime in 2021.

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Ethereum Miner Fees Beats August Record with a 47% Increase in September

The final quarter of 2020 is here after seeing the tectonic shifts over the last few months, such as the rise of the DeFi and capital flow from the crypto sector to this burgeoning one, specifically into DEX venues and yield farming offerings.

And of course, Ethereum is at the center of it all.

The second-largest cryptocurrency network ended the quarter at 60% returns, much higher than Bitcoin’s mere 18%. However, September wasn’t good for the crypto market, which saw Ether also declining by 18%.

At the time of writing, ETH has been trading around $365, up 2.25%, and over half a billion dollars in ‘real’ trading volume.

But what has been more interesting was the effect of DeFi’s capital flow on Ethereum’s fees.

According to the data published by Glassnode, Ethereum miners made a total of $166 million from transaction fees in last month — a new all-time high.

September’s miner fees have been an increase of 47% from the previous high in August.

Compared to Bitcoin, whose miners made $26 million from fees, Ethereum’s has been over 6x of it.

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While the revenue from fees has been filling the pocket of Ethereum miners, it has made it all a big players’ game, shutting out the smaller ones.

However, it did put the layer 2 solutions in the limelight that is being actively used by popular DeFi projects. Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin, an advocate for these solutions, recently said they make the main network a good choice for payments.

The bullish thesis for Ethereum also involves the recent launch of “Spadina,” the final testnet ahead of the blockchain upgraded ETH 2.0 mainnet release. This testnet is to run for three days as a “dress rehearsal” after the Medalla testnet went live last month. Spadina is to run alongside Medalla and test deposits and genesis block.

Scheduled to go live on Sept. 30, Spadina ran into problems yesterday. It suffered from “a lack of finality at launch,” as per Prysm Labs, which has been because of very few Prysm nodes participating, leading to community confusion. Other issues included users sending invalid deposits and “overall loss of confidence in becoming an eth2 validator.”

But this could be all fixed easily with a release, and everyone has to try again. ETH 2.0 testnet is now scheduled for another dress rehearsal called Zinken, next week.

For this to be successful, the developer Danny Ryan said everyone needs to take the genesis seriously.

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CBDC’s Are the Future of Money and Payment Ecosystems: Visa’s Head of Crypto

Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDC) are here to stay and may set the stage for a paradigm shift to a digital economy, according to Visa’s Head of Crypto, Cuy Sheffield.

In a recent series of tweets, the Visa crypto chief highlighted that the growing interest in CBDC’s is not fading away; hence stakeholders ought to be more involved in these developments.

Sheffield went on to note that governments will play an essential role in the adoption of Bitcoin and other crypto-assets given policy implications in issues like privacy:

“As governments evaluate CBDC, the path that they decide to take will have major implications for privacy, monetary sovereignty, geopolitics, and financial inclusion, as well as the global adoption of crypto dollars and Bitcoin.”

Today, developments within the CBDC space are more advanced, compared to research papers that previously defined the industry. Sheffield emphasized that this move from occasional papers to more solid content is triggered by the growing contribution from experts, organizations, and academics.

It is unsurprising that these sentiments coincide with Visa’s growing interest in digital currencies. The payments and card service provider filed for a digital dollar patent earlier in the year. It was also initially in the Libra association before leaving alongside the likes of Mastercard and eBay.

Global CBDC Trends

The latest annual Bank of International Settlements (BIS) report also indicates a spike in CBDC interest. However, the BIS also noted that stakeholders should be more focused on policy effectiveness as opposed to trying to outdo private projects.

That said, China seems to have taken an early lead, having piloted the digital yuan back in May as it prepares to ‘wipe out’ fiat renminbi (RMB) in circulation over time.

Europe has also taken an interest in digital currency for its member states. Though it might take much longer to get a consensus, France and Italy have already signaled the willingness to participated in a digital Euro pilot. While these tech advancements are promising, scaling to more significant masses might be the challenge as per a recent insightful report by the Bank of Canada.

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China: “Innovation in Blockchain Doesn’t Mean We Should Speculate in Virtual Currencies”

  • “Blockchain “the future is here.” — China’s state-owned media
  • Use of blockchain technology for illegal information and activities “should also be severely punished”
  • Some of the largest Internet companies have already established the layout

China’s state-owned media, People’s Daily endorsed the “orderly” blockchain innovation but at the same time cautioned to “keep it rational.”

As per the translated version shared by Dovey Wan, the founding partner of Primitive Partners, the article starts with a bullish tone as it writes, “blockchain “the future is here.”

Blockchain technology is accompanied by cryptocurrency, it goes on to say, only to make it clear, that innovation in blockchain technology “is not equal to” the speculation in the digital assets.

“It should be prevented from using blockchain to hype up aircoins and other activities,” adds the newspaper.

China Already Has a ‘Good Foundation’

Though the “future is here,” blockchain technology is still in the early stage of development.

The technology needs to be further developed and improved in terms of safety, standards, and supervision. The use of blockchain to store and spread illegal information and for illegal transactions, money laundering and other activities “should also be severely punished.”

To better promote the innovative development of technology, it advises the adoption of inclusive and prudent regulation that includes prohibiting transgression.

Though they believed “there is no wrong direction for the development of blockchain” that is only by avoiding the rush and repeated construction.

China, the People’s Daily says already has a “good foundation” in the field of blockchain technology.

More than 20 provinces have introduced policies to promote the nascent technology and some of the largest Internet companies have established the layout as well.

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Bitcoin Price to Sell the Bakkt Event and Finally Drop to $8,000?

  • If Bitcoin Breaks Down Here, will Fell to $8,700s
  • “Buy the rumor, sell the news”

Since dropping to nearly $9,300 level yesterday, Bitcoin is back above $9,500.

August has resulted in a red month. However, despite seeing $9,150 this month, Bitcoin is down by just 2.63% from where it started in August.

BTC/USD is still up by 158% in 2019 till date.

Currently, the leading cryptocurrency is trading at $9,600 with 24 hours gains of 1.32% while managing the daily trading volume of $630 million, which has slid down from yesterday’s over $1 billion, as per Messari.

Source: Coin360

Though the flagship cryptocurrency is back in the green and above $9,500, the pain is not over yet.

According to analysts and traders on Crypto Twitter, another drop is coming very soon.

“Here comes the little pump above hunting for some stops and trapping people. Should follow by long upper wick and drop,”

said analyst, The Cryptomist.

If Bitcoin Breaks Down Here, will Fell to $8,700s

Market analyst and trader Benjamin Blunts see the flagship cryptocurrency hitting $9,100 in the coming days before jumping back to $10,000 level.

Crypto trader and investor Josh Rager, however, says if Bitcoin takes a fall here, we are going to $8,700.

“Currently holding above the previous low on the daily close but if price breaks down it’s going to $8,7ks,”

Rager said.

Once we hit this level, Bitcoin he says will head to $8,000 but given the fact that everyone is expecting this level, Bitcoin will either bounce before this or will go through it.

In order to turn bullish, Rager says Bitcoin needs a break back above $10,100 level.

“Buy the Rumor, Sell the News”

Trader Johnny Moe shares the same sentiments but sees a deeper fall in the future.

According to the chart shared by him with the caption, “sell the event?” Bitcoin could drop to $7,700 level with Bakkt launch on September 23 further triggering the drop.

On August 16, the day Bakkt announce the date for the launch of its physically delivered daily and monthly Bitcoin futures contracts, Bitcoin price went from around $9,800 to $10,500, seeing a surge of more than 7%.

Bakkt is big news for the cryptocurrency market for obvious reasons — being the first one to offer physically delivered bitcoin futures on a regulated platform and a nod from the NYDFS to operate as a trust means the possibility for a variety of financial products and heightened institutional interest.

However, a spike might not happen when Bakkt finally goes live with Bitcoin futures as the crypto market tends to follow,

“buy the rumor, sell the news.”

By the usual market movement to news and developments, it could be expected that Bitcoin will finally see that $8,000 in the coming weeks.

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Bitcoin Gearing Up For A Price Move; Will It Hit $13k or $8k Is The Question

  • Weekend is here, get ready for fireworks
  • Bitcoin takes a hit, goes down to $11,200, this could eventually push to the daily s/r 10.7-8k says trader
  • A retest of the $11,120 is expected

Bitcoin went above $11,000 on August 4th and since then it has been trading above this level. Though the flagship cryptocurrency breaks above $12,000 a few times, during the same period, it couldn’t stay above this level for long.

Currently, BTC/USD is trading at $11,300, after a sudden loss of 3.92 percent in a few minutes, while managing the daily trading volume of $1.13 billion, which has come down from $1.9 billion, this week.

Weekend Is Here

Now, we have entered the weekend which during the last uptrend saw heightened activity.

Bitcoin, that trends 24/7, tend sot spike on weekends. Since the beginning of May, the surges in weekend activity has accounted for roughly 40% of BTC price gains.

In December 2017, Bitcoin peaked at $19,666 on a Saturday.

Cryptocurrencies trade around the clock, unlike securities on most traditional exchanges.

As for why prices tend to spike on weekends, there are some potential reasons such as crypto investors spend the weekends discussing news items with friends and other investors, moving them to trade crypto assets, and crypto companies choosing Mondays for announcements that has many traders trying to get ahead of the news by trading over the weekend.

FOMO Also Play a Part.

But even as prices rise on weekends, fewer people might be trading altogether, accounting for more pronounced price moves.

Bitcoin Propped For a Move

As we make it to the weekend, trader Credible Crypto is expecting more sideways movement before we ultimately continue to the upside. However, once we clear highs, he sees a strong rejection coming that a loss of $11,450 will confirm.

“Here is a very viable alternate count that may have us visit 11k sooner rather than later…Ultimately, still looking to long 10.8-11k and expecting continuation up after.”

Bitcoin, today did just that, fell down to $11,200 in a sudden and sharp move on the weekend.

Similar sentiments are shared by market analysts and trader Benjamin Blunts who says this move could turn out to be a B wave that could take us to $11,200 before we breaking down for wave C that will take us to $12,923.

According to analyst, The Cryptomist, RSI pennant has broken up and had a re-test which she says is often followed by bullish price action.

Bitcoin currently has resistance at $11,905 and support at $11,730.

A retest of the $11,120 is expected says trader Scott Melker in his BTC Adam & Eve update. However, trader CryptoISO says, “this could eventually push to the daily s/r 10.7-8k.”

Bitcoin looks to be prepared for a big move, but it’s to be seen if it would be to the upside or downside.

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Bitcoin Loses More Than $600 Under 5 Minutes, Drops to $11,200

The Weekend Is Here And Bitcoin Volatility is Back in the Market.

Bitcoin has been trading around $11,842 when a sharp plunge took BTC to $11,200 in less than 5 minutes.

However, it managed to not drop to the $10,000 level.

Today, Bitcoin has been trading at as high as $11,976 but is currently trading at $11,330 with 24 hours loss of 3.48% on Bitstamp.

In the past 24 hours, the trading volume managed by Bitcoin is still low at $853 million, which could be attributed to the weekend.

Analysts and traders have been expecting a drop to $11,000 and Bitcoin did just that.

“Going out. Lower highs. Primary concern is we closed above mid range level at 11.8k. Still held down by trend line at the moment. No closes through it. Hoping to see reversetetris.exe,” analyzed trader CryptoISO.

This, however, has brought back the call for $8,000.

As Bitcoin takes a hit, top 15 altcoins go red by as much as 4.45%.

This has the total market cap fall below $300 billion level, at $294 billion.

BTC dominance meanwhile, is still going strong, currently at 70.87% as per TradingView.

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Russia’s S7 Airlines Ticketing Platform Processes Over $1 Million In Sales via Blockchain During July

Russia's S7 Airlines Ticketing Platform Processes Over $1 Million In Sales via Blockchain During July

The blockchain is here to bring us the future. S7 Airlines, a major aviation company that is a part of the Oneworld alliance, has recently revealed to the media that it was able to process $1 million USD in its new blockchain payment system during the month of July. This made July the best month of the platform so far.

S7 is the largest domestic airline company of Russia and it has been benefiting a lot from the new platform. S7 Airlines’ blockchain technology is powered by the Hyperledger Fabric platform, an open-source tech that is the basis of several blockchains at the moment.

Now, the goal is to deploy the first online agent of the company. This is set to be done sometime during 2019, according to Ekaterina Dmitruk, the group sales director.

The CEO of the company, Pavel Voronin, affirmed that the company was the first airline to execute the sale of a ticket using the blockchain last year and that the services got only better since then.

Since Its Start, The Platform Has Processed $4 Million In Payments

This new platform was officially launched back in January and each month is seeing more people using it. During these seven months, $4 million USD in transactions were processed using the system.

Part of the reason for the growth now is because of a partnership that was started with Alfa-Bank, a private bank from Russia. According to the executive director of the tech lab of S7 Airlines, Nikolai Mukhanov, not only the number of payments has been increased, but also how much of the process is automated today.

One of the main advantages of using the blockchain in this kind of operation is how much more efficient it gets. It considerably speeds up the process of handling the transactions, especially as no paperwork is required at all. This is very important for the B2B market as well, which is one of the most benefited by the decision.

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Will the Price of Bitcoin in USD Value Stop at $20,000 This Cycle? Here’s Four Catalysts for New Highs

Will the Price of Bitcoin in USD Value Stop at $20,000 This Cycle? Here's Four Catalysts for New Highs

Bitcoin is not Just Stopping at $20,000 This Time – Here are Four Reasons Why

This month has seen the abrupt and very welcome surge of Bitcoin’s value over this year, and its price continues to set itself new yearly highs in stark contrast to the less than impressive displays over the previous year.

While we are seeing an impressive rise in Bitcoin’s value year on year, the question that is taking the front seat in the minds of investors and enthusiasts of all kinds, is whether this bullish upswing is different to the surge that took place in late 2017.

The best way for us to understand whether or not this is, in fact, different, we need to take a close look at why this market rally is well and truly different compared to the investment ‘bubble’ that was 2017.

What a good number of experts and analysts point out is that bitcoin has currently been pushing about the key upper and psychological $10,000 price mark. This push above the $10k point brings with it the prospect of triggering a broader feeling of FOMO (or the Fear of Missing Out), according to experts like Tom Lee of Fundstrat. Lee himself goes on to add that Bitcoin, as a result of this fact, that Bitcoin is now in a position to take out some of its all-time high price points.

This is not a uniform opinion among market analysts and investors, however. Others, like Tone Vays is among those that disagree with this theory, he argues the following:

“I actually don’t think it’s important at all. The $10,000 benchmark did nothing to slow down price back in 2017. And it looks like it did nothing to slow down the prices here in 2019.”

With the Bitcoin Bus Heading Uphill – Who’s in the Driver’s Seat? Institutions

While one of the main drivers for the massive bullish uptick of 2017 for Bitcoin was attributable, to a large extent, the interest of retail companies and investors, allowing for the upswing of its value to $20,000 – the same is not the case for this uptick, however.

This time, the very same public and retail investors have pretty much been sitting on the sidelines instead of putting themselves back into the game, according to Google Trends.

The most prominent example of this that we’ve seen is from the number of Google searches related to Bitcoin, or cryptocurrencies; both of which are only around 10 percent of what they were in contrast with the public hype of 2017.

To put this another way, while momentum has picked up for Bitcoin’s value, there has yet to be any clear feeling of FOMO among the same retail investors that drove the bullish trend this year. This factor may suggest that the price of Bitcoin has the potential to rise far higher than in 2017.

While this is one strong theory, the other perspective is that institutional demand for Bitcoin has increased dramatically.

According to developments from June 17th of this year, there was some very open interest from the CME Group, which saw the creation of more than 5,311 contracts worth a total of more than 26,555 BTC, translating to more than $246 million – which dwarfed the volumes seen during the bullish upswing of 2017, even at its peak.

“CME Bitcoin futures (BTC) shows growing signs of institutional interest,” according to the CME Group during the same week through its Twitter feed.

“BTC open interest rose by a record 643 contracts in a single day, establishing a new all-time high of 5,311 contracts on June 17 (26,555 equivalent bitcoin; ~$250M notional).”

There have been some other indicators seen within the institutional market – these include the GBTC price premium, which, along with the charted record volume for Bitcoin-based derivatives within the exchange – BitMEX (this weekend). Both of these suggest that there is a larger deal of ‘Smart Money’ entering the crypto ecosystem.

Better Than Ever Before – Network Fundamentals

Along with the side-lining of retail investment, along with the increasing level of institutional investment, there have been other attributes that we can look to as indicators that Bitcoin is on a different trajectory.

One of these is the report from this week that Hash rates from Bitcoin have since reached an all time high, totalling more than 65 million TeraHashes Per Second (TH/s). So what does this mean, exactly? Bitcoin is proving to be more secure than it ever has been and, in order to actually influence the network – entities would need an ungodly amount of power in terms of computational power in order to get away with it.

In the meantime, other fundamentals have developed in conjunction with the increasing hash rate of Bitcoin. Some of these include the Daily on-chain transaction volumes, the relative block size, height, weight and number of transactions within each of these blocks. These are also confirming that there are far more people than ever before making use of Bitcoin.

Along with these attributes, the networks transaction fees, in contrast with the levels seen during 2017 between users, have remained comparably low over 2019. We can thank innovations such as off-chain, layer-2 scaling solutions such as the Lightning Network being used in order to ease congestion, along with SegWit and Merkle Trees in order to optimize the network overall.

11 Months Away From Bitcoin Reward Halving

The current upswing in Bitcoin to five figures is taking place with a long time before the next halving of Bitcoin mining rewards takes place – the latter of which is scheduled to happen during May 2020.

With this taking place, any mining block rewards will be cut from 12.5 Bitcoin to 6.25, reducing the underlying number of Bitcoin being minted by the miners of the community – who are commonly the biggest market sellers.

One of the interesting facts is that – during the last halving event within Bitcoin, which occured during the summer of 2016 – this was more than one year before the price of Bitcoin surged upwards. What makes this time different is that the pairing of BTC to USD is headlining this bullish event, with the halving event still under one year away.

PlanB, who is one of the more well known analysts of the Bitcoin market has since suggested that investors could be waiting around until the expected reduction in supply that will coincide with the halving of Bitcoin rewards in May 2020. PlanB goes on to further add –

“Front running would be in line with Efficient Market Hypothesis: if you believe S2F and that BTC will be $50k May 2020, why wait?”

Looking at the Macroeconomics for Bitcoin

When it comes to the day to day movements of Bitcoin, these developments aren’t exactly as critical to pay attention to if you’re a low time preference investor, or in it for the long-haul. These same ‘Hodler’ types have a good degree of confidence in Bitcoin and its potential to go higher.

These Hodlers point to its intrinsic fixed supply of Bitcoin over time as a way in which it will prove able to outperform conventional supply and demand fiat currencies – with their relative volumes of supply increasing at a far faster pace now in contrast to just decades ago.

According to reports out of the European Central Bank in June 18th, the head of the institution – Mario Draghi dropped hints that, in light of a still sluggishly performing Eurozone economy – that a monetary stimulus package may be in the works. Draghi’s hints represent a more dovish tone that has since been met with a great deal of positivity by the financial districts of the European Union.

At the same time, however, Draghi has since been criticized by the President of the United States – Donald Trump. The US President arguing that this move by the central bank of the EU would spark an unfair level of competition against the United States – the latter of which has put pressure on the United States Federal Reserve to hold off on any push to raise interest rates.

Anthony Pompliano, one of the co-founders of the financial institutions – Morgan Creek, has since stated that this economic state of affairs and respective macroeconomic instability would make Bitcoin an even more scarce resource, especially as interest rates go lower and more fiat currency is created and issued.

“Cut rates. Print money. Make BTC more scarce. Long Bitcoin, Short the Bankers!”

Generally speaking, the macroeconomic landscape for Bitcoin and its associated investors is looking very bright. Especially as more and more investors, on an individual and institutional level, are scrapping the now depreciating fiat currencies in order to pour more assets into Bitcoin as a hedge against economic uncertainty.

In addition to this, investors of all kinds are starting to broadly see that the supply of Bitcoin is itself fixed and wholly transparent. But, along with these factors – it is a wholly neutral, open-access money that has no centralized system of authority that can control it.

To put this in a different way – what the first and later iterations of the internet did to the concept of information, Bitcoin is starting to do with the world of money.

The historic market cycles encountered within Bitcoin, the rising level of interest from institutional investors, along with increasingly durable network fundamentals, along with the confirmation of the depreciating nature of fiat currencies, all of these have the potential to push the price of Bitcoin to a scale that has never before seen – exceeding even the levels seen within 2017.

Bitcoin’s price is $10,825.14 BTC/USD exchange rate today. The real-time BTC market cap of $192.43 Billion currently ranks #1 with a chart dominance at 59.11%, daily trading volume of $7.85 Billion and live coin value change of BTC 1.23 in the last 24 hours.

Live Bitcoin (BTC) Price:

1 BTC/USD =$10,825.1370 change ~ 1.23%

Coin Market Cap

$192.43 Billion

24 Hour Volume

$7.85 Billion

24 Hour VWAP

$10.8 K

24 Hour Change

$133.0000

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