Bitcoin SV Multisig Wallet, ElectrumSV, Exploited; Putting Real Users’ BSV In Jeopardy

  • Bitcoin SV has a critical bug in its multisig wallets, putting “zillions of funds” in jeopardy.
  • No real funds have been lost, a statement on Reddit reads.
  • Users are warned against sending BSV tokens to the ElectrumSV multisig contract.

A Reddit post by former Blockstream developer and co-founder Gregory Maxwell states that Bitcoin SV’s multisig contracts no longer provide any security to the users, causing a loss of all BSV tokens. However, no real user funds have been affected by the critical bug; the statement reads.

In a quest to offer users a faster and less costly payment system, Bitcoin SV had to make some changes to Bitcoin Cash’s consensus rules during the hard fork in November 2018. One of the key changes was to rip out P2SH, or pay-to-script-hash, which allows a user to send a transaction to a “script” rather than a public key address. This was important for users signing into multisig addresses, which are wallet addresses that require several private keys to sign the transaction.

BSV abandoned the P2SH with a homebred solution in “Electrumsv (and presumably elsewhere)” called accumulator multisig, which is a script that looks like a P2PKH, or pay-to-public key hash, buts adds up “the number of passes and compares them to a threshold.” The problem arises on the threshold figure whereby instead of accepting X signatures or more, the developers instead coded accepting X signatures or less.

Electrumsv released a statement on Monday asking users not to send any funds to the accumulator multisig wallet to avoid losing their funds.

According to Maxwell, the developers did not test the multisig solution well enough, only checking if too many signatures would raise a problem but leaving out the consequences of fewer signatures to the multisig wallets. He writes,

“The result is that these scripts had no security at all and could just be spent by a scriptsig that pushes a couple of zeros.”

One user, Aaron67, claims he lost 600 BSV (~$94,800) due to the exploit code when he sent his tokens to the multisig wallet – losing every single token. He explains that he thought it was safe to send funds to the wallet as it was featured by CoinGeek, a website run by Calvin Ayre, a close friend to nChain’s and Bitcoin SV founder, Craig Wright. According to the ElectrumSV team, the harmful bugs came from the developers at nChain.

A failed code change on Bitcoin SV

According to Maxwell, the current BSV bug is not clear if it was an honest mistake or a scam from developers. However, he warns users from sending large amounts using scripts that are culpable of being a scam or built by developers that are easily deceived.

Even if the critical bug is accidental, Maxwell claims the error could be avoided if the developers took the time to check and test the homebred multisig wallet. Moreover, the issue could be completely avoided if the BSV developers did not gut “the competent, time tested, and highly peer-reviewed mechanisms” used on Bitcoin multisig wallet in favor of the less tested BSV homebred accumulator multisig solution.

In his closing remarks, Maxwell states that the presence of such a simple code error shows that there may be other issues on the BSV code.

“Kinda makes you wonder what amazing bugs are lurking in their node software or wallets,” he states. “I can say for sure: I’m not going to run any of it and risk finding out.”

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Author: Lujan Odera

Bitcoin Recording Third Best Quarterly Close; Strong Q2, But Q3 Paints A ‘Challenging’ Picture

Bitcoin is currently trading above $9,100 in green with just $1.1 billion in ‘real’ trading volume. The leading digital currency has recovered 140% since the March crash but is up only 27% YTD.

Despite the minimal yearly gains and ending the first quarter of 2020 on a red note of 10.58%, the second quarter has turned out to be surprisingly good despite the coronavirus pandemic triggering a sell-off in the global markets.

Today, on the last day of June and the second quarter, we are close to ending this month and quarter at about $9,150.

This makes the third-best quarterly close for bitcoin in its young history. The best quarter close was Q4 of 2017 at 13,660, followed by 2019’s quarter 2nd when bitcoin ended it at $10,590.

After Q2 of 2020, comes Q4 of 2019 when bitcoin was at $7,180.

Around the current price level, bitcoin would mark a gain of more than 42%, which also makes it the fourth-best second quarter since 2014.

After 157.5% gains in 2019, 125.3% in 2017, and 61.8% in 2016, 2020’s 42.2% gains is the best second quarter.

Interestingly, the second user has been a green quarter for bitcoin for the majority of the past seven years except for the 2018 bear market. And bitcoin continued this historical trend this year.

However, this positive development means bad news might be ahead. In contrast with Q2, Q3 heavily tilts towards losses, much like Q1. And we did end up in red in Q1 of 2020. Now, it needs to be seen if Bitcoin will continue ranging, or we will encounter a drop in price.

“Excluding the exceptional 2017 vintage, Q3 has been historically more challenging,” noted Skew Markets.

As we reported, analyst Rekt Capital has said it is nothing out of the ordinary because, after the reward halving of 2016, bitcoin recorded losses before going on a bull rally.

What about USDT?

Stablecoins have been seeing strong growth throughout the coronavirus pandemic only to slow down in the past few weeks. Amidst bitcoin’s lackluster performance, popular stablecoin (USDT) has surpassed $10 billion market cap, as per Messari. This has many expecting a run-up in BTC.

But this demand for USDT is not reflected in Bitcoin price.

This is because “Tether has historically printed USDT in large batches in anticipation of future demand and distributions,” said Coin Metrics in its latest report.

According to the report, on-chain supply doesn’t mean new supply in public markets, and USDT held by the Tether Treasury, which is currently at $9.79 billion, is a more accurate indicator of the supply in public markets.

The correlation between free float USDT and Bitcoin’s price was clearer in early 2019 when BTC rose from $4,000 to $12,000.

A bullish picture meanwhile was painted by Bitcoin hodlers as those holding BTC for a year or more made a new all-time high of 62%.

Pointing to this, Alistair Milne noted, “Similar levels of HODL last seen during a 3-month consolidation at around $400 before starting a two-year bull run,” and guesses the cycle peak to be around 70%.

Also, from the mining perspective, Matt D’Souza, CEO of Blockware Mining, says just like the bitcoin mining market bottomed in late Q4, 2018/early 2019, “we are in a similar environment today.”

They also believe the “Bitcoin spot market is starting a bull market,” which “will pull the mining market out of this winter.”

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Author: AnTy

Another Demand Source for BTC In a World of Central Banks’ “Whatever it Takes” Stance

Bitcoin is up about 21% against USD YTD but a whopping 74% against Brazilian Real, 60% in South African Rand, 52% in Mexican Peso, 45% against Turkish Lira, and more than 44% in both Russian Ruble and Colombian Peso.

This is the result of the unprecedented size and speed of monetary and fiscal responses to COVID-19. This relief has already surpassed $10 trillion globally.

The US Federal Reserve added over $2.5 trillion to this in the last two months. The demand for dollar and dollar-based assets gives them far more breathing room than any other central bank in its size of intervention.

Interest rates globally have also been slashed in a desperate attempt to slow the rapid tightening of financial situations.

But the declining value of fiat currencies during this period points out how this “do whatever it takes” mantra — with aggressive rate cuts and massive asset purchases — can only go so far.

Interestingly, Bitcoin cycles tend to peak when the growth of assets of major central banks began to decelerate.

Source: Delphi Digital – The State of Bitcoin 2020

Demand for non-sovereign “safe haven” assets & non-correlated alternatives

Some developing countries have the room to cut rates in case the economic condition worsens. These countries can benefit from mild currency depreciation but at the same time risk driving away foreign investors.

Just last week, Brazil cut down its benchmark interest rates to a record low of 3% and its Congress has given the green light to new asset purchases. Brazilian Real has already lost 30% of its value against the US dollar since the start of this year. As such, BTC is up 74% against it.

Although, the capital flowing out of emerging markets won’t flow right into bitcoin, “the sheer size of this potential move could serve as another demand source for BTC, especially if tighter capital controls become more commonplace,” stated Delphi Digital in its latest report.

In this environment, Delphi Digital expects the demand for non-sovereign “safe haven” assets to rise considerably amidst the increasing risk of broad-based currency debasement, “most notably bitcoin and gold.”

Moreover, a rise in demand for non-correlated alternatives is foreseen by the independent crypto research company as “investors become more aware of the secular headwinds facing growth assets.”

Amidst this macro backdrop, bitcoin had its third halving yesterday. This supply shock has the inflation rate of the world’s leading digital asset declining to 1.80%, less than the global inflation rate of 3.6% while being the best performing asset of the past decade and of 2020 so far. All of this is what makes this digital asset an attractive investment option.

Macro investor Paul Tudor Jones also revealed this week that he has almost 2% of his assets in Bitcoin which he considers a hedge against inflation.

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Former Goldman Sachs Fund Manager Suggests Allocating 25% in Bitcoin

When Raoul Pal, the former hedge-fund manager who founded Real Vision first learned the coronavirus was spreading rapidly, he thought, “The whole world’s f—ed,”.

“I said: ‘Listen, this is the biggest economic event of all of our lifetimes — and it’s coming. And that was, in retrospect, the greatest call I’ve ever had,” said Pal on the “Lindzanity” podcast while recalling how in a span of three to four days the spread hit Iran and then Itay.

Pal who quit his jobs at Goldman Sachs and GLG Partners and now writes market research for his Global Macro Investor also predicted in October that the Federal Reserve needed to cut interest rates to zero and warned of them falling into negative territory.

A crisis like no other

According to Pal, the pandemic will cause “the largest insolvency event in all history.” He added,

“I think the balance of probabilities is that this is a much longer event — in terms of economic impacts — than anybody is pricing in. I think it’s a huge societal change that’s coming from all of this.”

The isolation will make people more local and lead to complications in supply chains, he said. Bond king Jeffrey Gundlach is of a similar opinion who recently said that we are going to be “much more, less-connected to globalization.”

Last week, Kristalina Georgieva, head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) also said that it is a “gigantic” problem and a “crisis like no other, (…).” Never in the history of the IMF have we witnessed a situation in which the world economy came to a standstill.”

“This is either zero or it’s millions”

Already, the norovirus caused the Dow and the S&P 500 to have their worst first quarter. But those projecting sharp V-shaped recovery in the last two quarters of this year, in Pal’s opinion are incorrect in their assumptions. He is expecting another 20% downside before “3- or 4-month bounce of hope.”

As coronavirus drags on without production and consumption, it heightens the risk of bankruptcy and deflation. Under these circumstances, Pal suggests allocating 25% of your portfolio to Bitcoin, gold, cash, and trading opportunities each.

While the world’s leading cryptocurrency dropped over 40% in line with the stock market, it has recovered 84% of its value since then.

Social Capital CEO Chamath Palihapitiya, an early Bitcoin investor who back in 2013 owned about 5% of the entire BTC, believes “This is either zero or it’s millions.”

A former Facebook executive, he said currently it is still a speculative investment but “the path dependence for Bitcoin is if it looks like [debasement] is likely, it will really emerge as a flight to safety,” Palihapitiya said.

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A New Market Developing for Bitcoin Issues a Warning About its Future

  • “A very real possibility the price of bitcoin does not go up after halving” – Meltem Demirors of CoinShares
  • “Anything is only worth what someone else is willing to pay for it” – Wallet developer Jack Mallers

The upcoming Bitcoin reward halving is a much-anticipated and talked about events in the cryptocurrency space. The market is currently divided among those who believe it to be a bullish event for Bitcoin price because of the supply shock and those who see as a non-event.

Meltem Demirors of CoinShares, a digital asset management company, belongs in the second category.

According to her, “there is a very real possibility the price of bitcoin does not go up after halving.”

Price to decouple from its value and its supply & demand

This is because, for the first time, there is a “robust derivatives” market for Bitcoin in the form of futures and market, she argues. As we already know, Bitcoin is still a speculative asset and according to Demirors, most of those firms will trade a derivative than the underlying asset itself.

She illustrates oil markets over the last 20 years where options and futures skyrocketed while oil production remained constant. In this speculation driven market, derivatives dominate trading and most firms trade paper contracts to speculate on the price of oil.

“There is a new market developing for bitcoin – one driven by speculative trading and enabled by derivatives.”

In the bitcoin market, she points out crypto derivatives platform BitMEX was the “first to crack this market” and then came CME Group. Now, there are hundreds of new firms popping up. She said:

“The more bitcoin becomes an investable asset, the more it’s price becomes decoupled from its value and its supply and demand.”

At that point, it will become just another backwater in the big game of global speculation and become correlated to macro markets.

The Bitcoin derivatives market today is still small but it will grow quickly, Demirors said.

“Anything is Only Worth what Someone Is Willing to Pay for it”

Wallet developer Jack Mallers, the founder of Zap Solutions and ZeroHouseEdge however, doesn’t agree with Demirros. Derivatives help in market efficiency and general price discovery but it does not affect the basic supply and demand of an asset, he countered.

“Derivatives derive their value from the underlying, settling against an index composed of spot exchanges. General arbitrage and market efficiencies will always keep derivatives tied to the underlying.”

The premium on the future, he said is only because of the cost of carrying and commodity derivatives were invented to simply transfer risk and has nothing to do with the price of an asset.

Price is a function of supply and demand and isn’t set by the producer of an asset. The willingness for someone to acquire an asset, Mallers said is what sets the price.

“Anything is only worth what someone else is willing to pay for it.”

And this is exactly the reason why he says the halving is not priced in.

“When a market goes through such a supply shock (one that no other asset has ever been through), it’s impossible to predict where demand will meet the new-found supply.”

But time, as Mallers said, is always the ultimate truth-teller and we’ll have to see how in the coming years, Bitcoin will perform.

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Author: AnTy

Century and a Half Year Old UK Church Is On Sale for $1.5 Million with Bitcoin Payment Options

Rightmove, a major United Kingdom-based real estate website, is selling a 150-year-old church in the country for around $1.5 million USD (or $1.2 million GBP) and the vendor is accepting Bitcoin (BTC) as a method of payment.

According to the listing on the site, the church, which was converted into a seven-bedroom property, was created back in 1871. Known formerly as the St. Laurence’s Church, the property is based in County Durham.

The owner of the property has agreed to sell it for BTC, but the price needs to be confirmed during the time of the sale. At the moment, the property is worth 182.34 BTC, but the asset is very volatile, so it is pretty much expected that prices will change soon.

Bitcoin And The Real Estate Market

This is only one of several places that can be bought using crypto. Aston Plaza, for instance, provided several other properties. The company was focused on the Bitcoin-oriented real estate market and it paused its activities recently, but still offers some properties for sale.

One of the main issues that people find while trying to sell property with Bitcoin, is that there are not many people getting rich with BTC anymore. The market boomed in 2017 when several investors got rich, but despite the high gains this year, not everybody is using BTC to pay for real estate anymore. Fortunately, this has not stopped some companies from offering Bitcoin payments as an option.

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Author: Gabriel Machado

Chainalysis Blockchain Analysis Firm Launches First-Ever Alert System for Suspicious Crypto Transactions

Chainalysis launches the first ever suspicious real time alert system for cryptocurrency transactions – Chainalysis Know Your Transaction (KYT) alerts.

Chainalysis, a cryptocurrency and blockchain security analysis firm, announced on August 22 the launch of the first real time alert systems for suspicious cryptocurrency transactions. The system provides compliance officers and firms dealing with crypto an upper hand in detecting money laundering using digital assets.

The crypto transactions monitoring system becomes the

“first ever compliance alerts system”.

The Chainalysis KYT alert system will include over 15 cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Dai (DAI, Tether (USDT) and ERC20 tokens.

The Chainalysis alert system enhances the compliance departments of companies and enterprises dealing in crypto transactions. The real-time transaction monitoring system will focus on volumes moved, a trade with a risky counterparty and any risky behavior and an alert sent to the exchange, company or business.

“Alert levels include Severe, High, Medium, and Low, and are based on factors such as category, service, direct versus indirect exposure, direction of funds, and amount.”

The platform is further customizable for your company’s risk preferences based on your policies which reduces the cost in the risk management department.

John Dempsey, VP Product, Chainalysis expressed joy at the launch of the latest system predicting the systems impact on secure crypto transactions. He said,

“As lawmakers and regulators focus their attention on the industry, it is more critical than ever that cryptocurrency businesses demonstrate compliance best practices. […] Chainalysis is investing in fast, actionable alerts to help our customers mitigate risk across cryptocurrencies.”

Chainalysis recently released a report on Bitcoin’s use in the illegal market whereby the analysis firm expects the total amount of BTC to be used to cross the $1 billion USD mark.

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Author: Lujan Odera

New Blockchain-Based Real Estate Business to Launch in Japan, Thanks to Sumitomo and bitFlyer

New Blockchain-Based Real Estate Business to Launch in Japan, Thanks to Sumitomo and bitFlyer
  • The real estate industry is starting to increase interest in the use of blockchain technology.
  • A new partnership between a Japanese business giant and a crypto exchange will make it possible to handle rental transactions from a smartphone.

Blockchain technology is one of the most innovative solutions to come from cryptocurrency, and the traditional banking industry has begun to examine the use of this ledger as well. However, the complications involved with the real estate industry has been working to minimize their complicated paper processes by introducing this immutable ledger technology.

The most recent change in this industry involves a collaboration between Sumitomo Corporation and bitFlyer, who will be working to launch a blockchain real estate business.

The bitFlyer Blockchain will be creating an umbrella platform that is focused on renting real estate, which will involve smart contracts. Yuzo Kano, the managing director of the bitFlyer Blockchain, stated that he hoped the project would allow anyone involved with a rental property to handle all of the data on a smartphone.

Speaking with CNET Japan, Kano stated, “It can greatly simplify the real estate rental contracts process, and the intermediary company can also reduce its significant administrative costs.”

According to the publication, while the full rollout of the project isn’t expected until 2020, the prototype should be ready before the end of 2019.

This announcement comes around the same time that the real estate industry begins to gain more attention with the use of blockchain technology. Malta, for example, recently stated that all of their real estate rentals would be logged on the blockchain, and the idea of tokenizing this industry is also gaining traction.

This development is also a major milestone for bitFlyer Blockchain, entering a new market with their exchange operation. This month, the company only just started accepting new accounts, following a year-long holdup over their compliance with regulations governing the exchange.

[Author Alert] The author’s opinions above are solely based on their own self-conducted research. Assume any and all authors are using, holding, trading and/or buying cryptoassets mentioned as a portion of his or her financial portfolio. Use information at your own risk, do you own research, never invest more than you are willing to lose.

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Author: Krystle M

Bears or Bulls: Will Bitcoin get the “Real Opportunity” to Test $9,500?

Bears or Bulls: Will Bitcoin get the “Real Opportunity” to Test $9,500?
  • A weekly close below $11,510 will give us a real opportunity” to retest $9,532 whiel a close above to retest local highs
  • Easing of tensions with the US and China not hurting BTC price

After seeing a sharp downward move earlier this week, for the past two days, Bitcoin is maintaining above $11,000 and flirting around $12,000 level, unable to make a strong move up yet.

Currently, we are at $11,731, in the green by 0.09% while managing the daily trading volume of $4.87 billion, which kept steady throughout the day.

For the time being, BTC is stuck, giving no signs of the direction it will move in but has the resistant and support levels, as shared by economist and trader Alex Kruger present at,

– R: 12000, 12500, 13000, 13300, 13600, 13900-14000, 15000, 17400, 20000, moon.
– S: 11600-11500, 11300, 10800, 10300, 10000, 9600.

Crypto trader and investor Josh Rager is watching for a weekly close above $11,510 as there’s confluence at that level.

If we close below then, he says, we will get a “real opportunity” to retest $9,532 while a close above lead us to retest local highs at $13,800s.

The Bitcoin Market State

The market is currently ranging around $11,600 that “coincidentally” is the 50% level for the 2017-18 move, explain Kruger. Price, he said should run above $12,500 and below $11,300 that mark yesterday’s highs and lows.

The bullish factor of the current market he says is that weak hands shook off. BitMEX funding has also dropped from 0.32% to 0.01% while margin longs/shorts have dropped drastically since the high. It is currently running at its lowest since May 11th, the day Bitcoin broke above $6,400 and the bull market officially began.

As for the bearish part, the price Kruger says is still overextended, so we are likely to consolidate and catch up with daily EMA 20 that is currently at $10,265.

On the move down, however, we have lots of stops below $10k that makes it an “attractive target for large traders gunning for stops, and make the $9900-$9600 area great for longs.”

Bitfinex-Tether hearing in July may also add downside fireworks, said Kruger.

“I’d be careful with longing here. Closed long for now unless the consecutive 4H candles closes above that wick, only then I’ll re-long,” analsyt Crypto Squeeze said.

Easing Of Tensions With The US And China Not Hurting BTC Price

One of the developments seen today is US President Donald Trump and China’s Xi Jinping agreeing to restart trade talks.

“We’re going to work with China where we left off,” he said, averting an escalation feared by the markets.

While the negotiations continue, Trump said existing US tariffs would remain in place against Chinese imports. But additional tariffs that he threatened to slap on Chinese goods won’t go forward for the “time being.”

The US-China trade war that negatively affected the traditional market, rather worked in favor of Bitcoin, working as a hedge and helping people move money out of China.

Though Trump spoke with Xi in length, doubt still persists about both the nations’ willingness to compromise on long term solutions.

However, it didn’t have any effect on the price of BTC, as noted by Bitcoin bull and Fundstrat’s Tom Lee.

“Easing of tensions with US and China and even the surprise of easing restrictions on huawei does not seem to be hurting bitcoin BTC. After pullback from $14k to $10k (which TA @rsluymer expected and was textbook Fibo), Bitcoin seems to be OK with developments.”

Meanwhile, Barry Silbert of Blockchain Capital took a jab at gold, “how’s gold responding to the news? oh wait, we’ll need to wait until Monday to find out.”

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TRCE Exchange Review: The Real Cryptocurrency Trading Platform?

TRCE Exchange

The Real Cryptocurrency Exchange (TRCE) is a digital platform that originated from Seychelles, with its headquarters in Buenos Aires in Argentina. The company plans to launch new offices in the UK and Singapore in 2020 and 2021 respectively.

TRCE aims to narrow down the access gap that exists in the cryptocurrency market worldwide. It plans to achieve this by focusing on emerging markets.

Contrary to what happens in most exchanges where users have limited fiat options, TRCE seeks to initiate a highly flexible fiat onramp for all users worldwide. By doing so, users will be able to conduct seamless fiat-to-crypto transactions in their local currencies and provide easy access as well as mainstream adoption.

Supported Currencies

TRCE targets fiat currencies in the emerging markets including:

  • Argentine Peso
  • Brazilian Real
  • Peruvian Sol
  • Colombian Peso
  • Turkish Lira
  • Venezuelan Bolivar
  • Mexican Peso
  • Polish Zloty
  • Russian Ruble
  • Ukrainian Hyrvnia
  • Vietnamese Dong
  • Indonesian Rupiah
  • Nigerian Naira
  • South African Rand
  • USD
  • Euro

Judging by the selected currencies, TRCE will be dealing with 16 currencies in its first year of operation. By 2020, the company plans to reach out to Korea, UK, Czech Republic, Malaysia, Kenya, Thailand, and Ghana.

TRCE aims to bring crypto trading to emerging markets on a broader scale, which is the reason for accepting fiat in the selected currencies. The company has an experienced team of experts that support its operations in the selected geographic regions. This gives it a greater advantage over other exchanges that only deal in a few foreign currencies.

Top-notch Customer Service

TRCE aims to initiate premium quality service that all users will enjoy. It seeks to achieve this by implementing all-time customer service and a reorganized approach to KYC onboarding.

Importantly, TRCE aims to enhance its user experience by empowering its user base and the overall cryptocurrency community. This will be made possible through the organizational events that will guide users and create consistent educational content. The platform is currently generating USD$5 million on its seed-funding round. Tech will launch in the fourth quarter of 2019.

Platform Features

Worldwide: its vast relationship with leading local banks will open opportunities in many countries worldwide.

Simple: combined with great customer service, TRCE will have improved user interface and funding options. This will help make cryptocurrency trade execution a seamless experience.

Accessible: a global presence and fiat on-ramp solutions will advance crypto adoption and liquidity worldwide.

Innovative: with an emphasis on fulfilling the global access gap, TRCE is committed to creating a positive social impact with digital assets to help eliminate barrier to entry.

Additionally, TRCE comes with real-time streaming of market data with TradingView integration. Users can buy Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Bitcoin Cash fiat currency. The platform simplifies the cryptocurrency trading process through advanced trading functions that limit risks and increase execution speed. It provides users with a wide range of options to buy or sell various cryptocurrencies of their choice with many to be included soon.

Mobile App

TRCE is at your fingertips. You can buy, sell, deposit, or withdraw crypto and fiat currencies from your mobile device at any time. Get it on Google Play or download it on the App Store.

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Author: Bitcoin Exchange Guide News Team