Bitcoin slumps 14% as pullback from record gathers pace

Bitcoin slumps 14% as pullback from record gathers pace

Cryptocurrency sinks to $46,568 in its largest daily drop in a month after surging past $50,000.

Bitcoin has dropped below $50,000 as investors began to get a little nervous about the digital currency’s lofty valuation and some leveraged players took profit.

The cryptocurrency dropped more than 14 percent on Tuesday, its largest daily drop in a month, to hit $46,568. That extends a sharp withdrawal from a record high hit on Sunday to about 20 percent, although Bitcoin remains up about 75 percent for the year.

The drop came despite broad US dollar weakness.

“The market’s rallied almost unimpeded since the beginning of the month and to some degree since the beginning of the year,” said James Quinn, managing director at digital asset platform Q9 Capital in Hong Kong.

“Seeing some selling at all is perfectly healthy and normal,” he said, though adding some $1.5bn in liquidation of leveraged positions on crypto exchange Binance was large and suggested retail investors might be selling.

The cryptocurrency market has been running hot this year as big money managers begin to take the asset class seriously and make large purchases that have driven even more confidence among small-time speculators.

A $1.5bn investment in the crytocurrency by electric car-maker Tesla this month helped vault Bitcoin above $50,000 but may now lead to pressure on the company’s stock price as it has become sensitive to movements in Bitcoin.

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, who has flagged the need to regulate cryptocurrencies more closely, also said on Monday that Bitcoin is extremely inefficient at conducting transactions and is a highly speculative asset.

Ether – a coin linked to the ethereum blockchain, which often moves in tandem with Bitcoin – also dropped more than 10 percent and last bought $1,613, down about 20 percent from last week’s record peak.

“They have had a spectacular run and the sharp reversal overnight is really not unexpected,” said Michael McCarthy, chief strategist at brokerage CMC Markets in Sydney.

“But because we’re so lacking in fundamentals, it’s the big figures that have proved to be support and resistance points – so $50,000, $40,000 and $30,000 are the key chart levels at the moment. If we see it heading through $50,000, selling could accelerate.”

Source: www.aljazeera.com


The Next Cryptocurrency to Explode in 2021? 5 Names to Consider as Bitcoin Plunges

The Next Cryptocurrency to Explode in 2021? 5 Names to Consider as Bitcoin Plunges

We are on a wild ride with Bitcoin (CCC:BTC), so please keep your hands, feet, arms and legs inside. After hitting an all-time high above $58,000, the leading crypto plunged to $48,000 amid bearish calls from analysts and Elon Musk. But the story is likely far from over. With growing mainstream support, investors should be looking for the next cryptocurrency to explode in 2021. Here is what you need to know right now.

Cryptocurrency: Pile of altcoins represented as physical coins

Essentially, everything has been working in favor of cryptocurrencies. Legendary investors continue to buy in, and even Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) purchased a $1.5 billion stake. Financial institutions are integrating digital currencies, and you can now buy a house or even a private island with your crypto wallet. On Friday, the first Bitcoin exchange-traded fund in North America launched to roaring success, perhaps paving the way to a sister fund in the U.S. In short, these headlines combined to push Bitcoin to a new all-time high. They also created a rally in a series of lesser-known cryptocurrencies.

Then, BTC hit the breaks as bearish Bitcoin price predictions poured in. Musk, a fan of cryptocurrencies, tweeted some concerns about current valuations. Are BTC and Ethereum (CCC:ETH) really too high? Regardless of the answer, Bitcoin, Ethereum and many of their peers started to tumble.

Where we stand now, Bitcoin has trimmed its losses and is down roughly 5% over the last 24 hours. While that speaks to the power still behind the name, it also opens the door. Investors still want to find the next cryptocurrency to explode in 2021.

If you want to get in on the ground floor, keep these five tokens in mind.

So what should investors make of Cardano? Many bullish price predictions stem from its opportunities in decentralized finance. At the start of 2021, some experts were putting price tags near $2 on ADA. This comes as more and more mainstream consumers look for DeFi solutions, and as financial institutions make crypto integrations. Plus, Charles Hoskinson, the founder of Cardano, thinks some pretty big things are in store for ADA.

In a recent interview, Hoskinson said that Bitcoin is only so successful because of its popularity. In other words, as a crypto, it does not have that much going for it. By contrast, Hoskinson thinks altcoins like his Cardano offer more in terms of tech. Therefore, he predicts that an altcoin will soon dethrone Bitcoin as the leading cryptocurrency. If that happens, Cardano is certainly one to watch.

The story here with Polkadot (CCC:DOT) is similar. Like Cardano, Polkadot saw major moves in recent days, and especially over the weekend. This comes as investors look for the next cryptocurrency ready to explode in 2021, and for so-called ground-floor entrance points to the space. Plus, like Cardano, many see Polkadot as a more technologically advanced investment.

As InvestorPlace contributor Tom Taulli wrote, Gavin Wood, the former CTO of the Ethereum Project, founded Polkadot. Essentially, he wanted to create a platform that would be better handle complex distributed environments. This means that there are multiple blockchains that operate at the same time.

Consider this another long-term competitor to leading names like Bitcoin and Ethereum. As Polkadot continues to grow and DOT price predictions improve, this is certainly a crypto to keep on your radar. Early data even suggests that institutional clients are diving into a Polkadot exchange-traded product.

As Taulli writes, the complexity of Chainlink (CCC:LINK) is one of its biggest strengths, and one of its biggest weaknesses. Unlike other cryptocurrencies that run on one blockchain, Chainlink runs on a variety of blockchains for smart contracts. This means it can power heavier applications. However, it also means that it may need serious support due to its technological complexity.

Thanks to the GameStop (NYSE:GME) rally, which saw Robinhood levy trading restrictions, many more investors are interested in DeFi. That should light a match for existing cryptos like Chainlink.

The story with Stellar and Lumen (CCC:XLM), its native cryptocurrency, is very interesting. To start, the project shares co-founder Jed McCaleb with Ripple and its crypto, XRP (CCC:XRP). And even beyond that, both have a similar mission. As financial institutions stand right now, it can be difficult to transfer money across country borders. Not only is it expensive, but it can be tricky to navigate and time consuming. Lumen and XRP both aim to solve parts of this problem. Both rely on the distributed ledger system, and both facilitate easy payments.

As Mary Ann Callahan highlights, one key difference is that Ripple and XRP are more geared to banks. Lumen on the other hand, is more aimed at everyday people. Therefore, Stellar and its XLM crypto target people, especially in emerging economies, hoping to bring them online to financial systems. Especially with big names like Jack Dorsey betting on the relevancy of cryptos in emerging economies, that sounds like an interesting bet.

What else should you know? As Callahan points out, many people see it as a battle between XRP and XLM. While Stellar Lumen has benefitted from a U.S. Securities and Exchange lawsuit against Ripple, XLM looks like an appealing bet no matter what.

One last cryptocurrency that could explode in 2021 is NEM (CCC:XEM). In fact, NEM has already exploded, up 180% for the year so far. Although this is a crypto that typically flies under the radar, its recent gains are bringing it some attention. And the backstory here is interesting enough that you should pay attention.

Essentially, NEM launched in 2015 as a fork from a different project. It powers a Smart Asset System, and is written in Java. Also importantly, it has goals that go beyond a digital currency. Experts say that it hopes to revolutionize crowdfunding, legal records, healthcare data, supply chains and so much more. For investors, this means that the growing interest in DeFi should make NEM stand out.

What else is there to know? Price predictions for XEM are mixed, and it does not receive a ton of mainstream attention. However, recent price action means you should do your homework with this potentially up-and-coming name.

On the date of publication, Sarah Smith did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. 

Sarah Smith is a Web Content Producer with InvestorPlace.com. 

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Bitcoin, Ether, Major Altcoins - Weekly Market Update February 22, 2021

Bitcoin, Ether, Major Altcoins – Weekly Market Update February 22, 2021

The total crypto market cap added $144 billion to its value for the last seven-days and now stands at $1,602 billion. The top 10 coins were mostly in red for the same time period with Chainlink (LINK) and Bitcoin Cash (BCH) losing 10.4 and 12.6 percent while Binance Coin (BNB) added 116 percent to its value. By the time of writing bitcoin (BTC) is trading at $53,877, ether (ETH) is at $1,785.

Bitcoin closed the previous trading week with a 25 percent of price increase. During the intraday session on Sunday, February 14, the coin hit the $49,667 mark, which was then sitting at the diagonal uptrend line (acting resistance).

It was the fourth time in the last five days for BTC to reach this mid-term resistance and traders were referring to it as the next potential trigger point for a further price increase.

The new seven-day period started with a short pullback to $47,881 on Monday. The BTC/USD pair was consolidating in preparation for its next leg up as the psychological level at $50,000 was now closer than ever.

The second day of the week came with another attempt to break the mentioned diagonal resistance. This time, buyers pushed the price up to $50,558 before closing the session at $49,178.

Still, bitcoin finally broke $50k while most of the altcoins were trying to find their bottom after a three-day-long correction. The main factor behind the double-digit pullbacks was the fact market participants were cashing out their positions to chase the biggest cryptocurrency while it was searching for new highs.

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The mid-week session on Wednesday was when BTC finally surpassed the upper limit of the corridor. It skyrocketed all the way up to $52,190, adding 6 percent to its market capitalization.

On Thursday, October 18, the coin retraced a little bit as profit-taking activities started to kick in. It formed a short red candle to $51,538.

The last day of the workweek came with another big step up for BTC, which resulted in yet another 8.6 percent of increase and the new highest point of trading versus USDT -$56,384.

The first day of the weekend was highly volatile. The biggest cryptocurrency was moving in the $57,629 – $53,940 area but remained flat and stable at the end of the session.

Then on Sunday, it continued to march North, fueled by the ever-increasing retail trading interest. The coin peaked at $58,351.

What we are seeing midday on Monday is a significant correction in comparison with what we had for BTC in February. It registered a daily low of $53,445.

4-hour chart:

The Ethereum Project token ETH reached an all-time high of $1,875 on Saturday, February 13. The coin started correcting its price in the evening part of the session as some traders started to cash in profits. The coin was taking a breath before preparing for the long-expected attempt to break the psychological level of $2,000. It ended the seven-day period at $1,802 or 11.5 percent up compared to where it was the same time a week ago.

On Monday, the ETH/USD pair continued to slide. It dropped as low as $1,660 as the entire altcoin market was severely bleeding. Still, the coin managed to recover during the second part of the trading day and used the $1,775 level as support to close the daily candle at $1,780.

The ether remained flat on Tuesday and even though it was moving up and down in the $1,720 – $1,820 zone, it avoided further losses and stabilized in the support area.

The third day of the workweek came with another run to $1,850. The level was now acting as horizontal resistance. This move resulted in 3.6 percent being added to ETH’s valuation.

On Thursday, February 18, and Friday, the 19th, the ETH/USD pair continued to march upwards. It was on a four-day long winning streak when it hit its fresh high at $1,975.

The weekend trading was, as expected when ETH stormed towards the psychological level of $2k. It peaked at $2,036 on Saturday, but could not hold its position and corrected its price down to $1,915 later in the day.

On Sunday, it moved up to $1,937, but could not move above the last registered peak.

What we are seeing on Monday is a flash crash even in options expiration week. The unexpected selloff is impacting all coins with most of them registering double-digit losses.

4-hour chart:

  • Binance Coin (BNB)
  • BNB captured the third spot on CoinGecko’s Top 100 list after it added another 116 percent to its valuation last week. The search for cheaper alternatives of the Ethereum based Uniswap and Sushiswap decentralized platforms speeded up the raise of the Binance Chain native token.

    The next big target in front of the BNB/USDT pair is to re-take $300. In the meantime, $250 remains as solid support.

    4-hour chart

  • Cardano (ADA)
  • ADA finally broke the $1 mark on Saturday and is now very close to surpass Tether (USDT) in terms of market capitalization. Both Polkadot and Cardano are joining the battle for the best blockchain hosting platform inching closer to the troubled Ethereum and BSC (Binance Chain)

    The coin peaked at $1.2 during the weekend so naturally that will be the next target upwards. Down, we expect the previous resistance line at $0.95 to be turned into support.

    4-hour chart

    One of the best-performing crypto assets in the last seven days was Ravencoin (RVN). The popular peer-2-peer blockchain project, which allows users to tokenize items and create their very own private tokens, grew by 180 percent for the period. What is more – the coin is 1,000 percent up on a monthly basis.

    The most probable reason for the recent surge in the price is the increased interest in real world asset tokenization platforms and the search of decentralized alternatives for the legacy market trading providers.

    RVN is now placed at #54 on the CoinGecko’s Top 100 list with a market capitalization of approximately $1,685 billion. It peaked at $0.272 on Saturday, February 20 and as of the time of writing is trading at $0.17 against USDT on Binance:

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    Janet Yellen Warns Bitcoin Is 'Extremely Inefficient' and 'Highly Speculative' as BTC Price Plunges – Bitcoin News

    Janet Yellen Warns Bitcoin Is ‘Extremely Inefficient’ and ‘Highly Speculative’ as BTC Price Plunges – Bitcoin News

    U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has warned about the dangers of bitcoin as the price of the cryptocurrency took a nosedive. She sees bitcoin as a highly speculative asset and is worried about potential losses investors can suffer. Yellen also believes that bitcoin is not widely used as a transaction mechanism due to its inefficiency, reiterating her view that the cryptocurrency is often used for “illicit finance.”

    Janet Yellen has blasted bitcoin again Monday in an interview with CNBC at the New York Times Dealbook conference. The treasury secretary “issued a warning about the dangers that bitcoin poses both to investors and the public,” the news outlet conveyed.

    Regarding bitcoin, Yellen was quoted as saying:

    It is a highly speculative asset and you know I think people should be aware it can be extremely volatile and I do worry about potential losses that investors can suffer.

    The price of bitcoin started falling sharply Sunday afternoon, dropping almost 18% from the high of above $58K to $47,827 at the time of writing, based on data from markets.Bitcoin.com. Its market capitalization has fallen below $1 trillion.

    The treasury secretary further opined:

    I don’t think that bitcoin … is widely used as a transaction mechanism. To the extent it is used, I fear, it’s often for illicit finance.

    “It’s an extremely inefficient way of conducting transactions, and the amount of energy that’s consumed in processing those transactions is staggering,” she added.

    Many bitcoiners bashed Yellen’s remarks on social media, accusing the treasury secretary of not understanding bitcoin and advising her to do some research before making statements on the subject.

    “Sec Treasury Janet Yellen states: ‘Bitcoin is extremely inefficient,’” Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki commented. “Give me a break. Does she think printing trillions of fake dollars is efficient? Does she not know the more fake dollars she prints the more efficient and valuable bitcoin becomes? God bless her.”

    During the same interview, Yellen also touched on the subject of central bank digital currencies. The Federal Reserve has said that it is studying the digital dollar, which could roll out over the next several years. Yellen said: “I think it could result in faster, safer and cheaper payments, which I think are important goals.”

    The treasury secretary has talked about bitcoin and cryptocurrencies several times since her Senate confirmation hearing in January. She has promised to work with other federal regulators to implement effective regulation for cryptocurrency. Claiming that the misuse of cryptocurrencies is a growing problem, she stressed last week the importance of regulating institutions that deal in bitcoin to make sure that they adhere to their regulatory responsibilities.

    What do you think about Janet Yellen’s remarks about bitcoin? Let us know in the comments section below.

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    This bitcoin bank's stock has jumped nearly 1,300% in just over a year

    This bitcoin bank’s stock has jumped nearly 1,300% in just over a year

    The boom in bitcoin prices is giving a huge lift to a California bank that accepts cryptocurrency deposits and doles out bitcoin-backed loans.

    Shares of Silvergate Capital are up more than 120% so far this year -— and the stock has skyrocketed nearly 1,300% since going public in November 2019.

    Increasingly more financial services firms, such as Bank of New York Mellon, Visa, MasterCard and BlackRock, are starting to embrace bitcoin. But arguably no bank is as “all-in” on crypto as Silvergate.

    CNN Business spoke to Silvergate CEO Alan Lane about the bank’s bitcoin business and what he predicts next for the world of crypto.

    Silvergate decided to venture into cryptocurrencies after Lane personally invested in bitcoin for the first time in 2013, he said. He realized there was a need for a financial institution that could focus on the “plumbing” of cryptocurrency transactions, taking in deposits and making loans.

    Such a bank would have to be able to serve clients at any hour of the day, he said, since bitcoin -— unlike government-backed currencies, stocks, bonds and other financial assets — never stops trading. You can’t have traditional banking hours for a non-tradtiional asset.

    “We started with crypto deposit accounts for customers and quickly learned that companies need more help beyond traditional 40-hours-a-week banking,” Lane said. “We needed to build a bank for a 24/7 digital world.”

    Silvergate currently has about $5 billion in crypto-backed deposits. But the bank’s biggest selling point for customers is its Silvergate Exchange Network (SEN), which lets clients transfer dollars to digital currency exchanges at any time.

    “There is a lot of friction in banking. Wire transfers can be time consuming,” Lane said. “The beauty of SEN is that once a deposit account is open, you can transact with others in seamless method and transfers are instant.”

    He noted there is also “more liquidity since the crypto markets are active on nights and weekends while the traditional banking system is closed.”

    Customers have responded to that. Silvergate announced in October that it had done more than $100 billion in transfers since it started the SEN in 2017.

    Lane said the bank’s customers are primarily institutional investors and other firms doing business in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Customers can’t, as individuals, set up an account at the bank for their bitcoin or other digital assets.

    Silvergate’s clients include Coinbase, the bitcoin wallet firm that is planning to go public later this year, and Square, the Jack Dorsey-led payments giant that allows customers to buy and sell bitcoin.

    The company has also expanded its lending business to take advantage as more financial firms are looking to invest in bitcoin. The bank launched a product called SEN Leverage last year, which gives investment firms bitcoin-collateralized loans.

    “Think of it like a margin loan: Customers deposit bitcoins and we then lend them dollars, which many of those clients use to buy more bitcoin,” Lane said.

    This all makes Silvergate’s stock kind of a proxy for bitcoin. Shares tend to go up when bitcoin does and fall when the crypto’s price dips. That’s been good for the stock lately but it’s clear that Silvergate is much riskier than your average bank stock.

    Shares of Silvergate were down 4% Monday, for example, as bitcoin prices sank.

    Another possible concern is the threat of more competition. So far, Silvergate is one of the few banks with big exposure to bitcoin, but it’s not the only one. New York-based Signature Bank has a growing bitcoin business too, with about $10 billion in crypto deposits.

    “It’s been a very solid area of growth,” said Eric Raymond Howell, Signature Bank’s senior executive vice president of corporate and business development, on the bank’s most recent earnings conference call. “We’re very excited about what’s happening there. It’s obvious that digital assets and cryptocurrencies are not going away.”

    Signature Bank CEO Joseph John DePaolo added that the company is “staying ahead of the pack and not being a follower but being the leader technologically wise” and that the bank’s crypto business is “growing by leaps and bounds.”

    Lane conceded that “Signature is probably the closest thing to competition” for Silvergate. But he thinks the bitcoin banking business is big enough for multiple players, especially since other banks are only just starting to dip their toes in the crypto waters.

    “Suffice it to say that we are one of only a few banks working in bitcoin so we hope to be involved with any businesses that want to be engaged in cryptocurrencies seriously,” Lane said.

    Source: kvia.com

    Author: By CNN


    This bitcoin bank's stock has jumped nearly 1,300% in just over a year

    This bitcoin bank’s stock has jumped nearly 1,300% in just over a year

    New York (CNN Business)The boom in bitcoin prices is giving a huge lift to a California bank that accepts cryptocurrency deposits and doles out bitcoin-backed loans.

    Shares of Silvergate Capital (SI) are up more than 120% so far this year -— and the stock has skyrocketed nearly 1,300% since going public in November 2019.

    Increasingly more financial services firms, such as Bank of New York Mellon (BK), Visa (V), MasterCard (MA) and BlackRock (BLK), are starting to embrace bitcoin. But arguably no bank is as “all-in” on crypto as Silvergate.

      CNN Business spoke to Silvergate CEO Alan Lane about the bank’s bitcoin business and what he predicts next for the world of crypto.

      Silvergate decided to venture into cryptocurrencies after Lane personally invested in bitcoin for the first time in 2013, he said. He realized there was a need for a financial institution that could focus on the “plumbing” of cryptocurrency transactions, taking in deposits and making loans.

      Such a bank would have to be able to serve clients at any hour of the day, he said, since bitcoin -— unlike government-backed currencies, stocks, bonds and other financial assets — never stops trading. You can’t have traditional banking hours for a non-tradtiional asset.

      “We started with crypto deposit accounts for customers and quickly learned that companies need more help beyond traditional 40-hours-a-week banking,” Lane said. “We needed to build a bank for a 24/7 digital world.”

      Silvergate Capital CEO Alan Lane

      Silvergate currently has about $5 billion in crypto-backed deposits. But the bank’s biggest selling point for customers is its Silvergate Exchange Network (SEN), which lets clients transfer dollars to digital currency exchanges at any time.

      “There is a lot of friction in banking. Wire transfers can be time consuming,” Lane said. “The beauty of SEN is that once a deposit account is open, you can transact with others in seamless method and transfers are instant.”

      He noted there is also “more liquidity since the crypto markets are active on nights and weekends while the traditional banking system is closed.”

      Customers have responded to that. Silvergate announced in October that it had done more than $100 billion in transfers since it started the SEN in 2017.

      Lane said the bank’s customers are primarily institutional investors and other firms doing business in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Customers can’t, as individuals, set up an account at the bank for their bitcoin or other digital assets.

      Lending to customers that want to buy more bitcoin

      Silvergate’s clients include Coinbase, the bitcoin wallet firm that is planning to go public later this year, and Square (SQ), the Jack Dorsey-led payments giant that allows customers to buy and sell bitcoin.

      The company has also expanded its lending business to take advantage as more financial firms are looking to invest in bitcoin. The bank launched a product called SEN Leverage last year, which gives investment firms bitcoin-collateralized loans.

      “Think of it like a margin loan: Customers deposit bitcoins and we then lend them dollars, which many of those clients use to buy more bitcoin,” Lane said.

      This all makes Silvergate’s stock kind of a proxy for bitcoin. Shares tend to go up when bitcoin does and fall when the crypto’s price dips. That’s been good for the stock lately but it’s clear that Silvergate is much riskier than your average bank stock.

      Shares of Silvergate were down 4% Monday, for example, as bitcoin (XBT) prices sank.

      Another possible concern is the threat of more competition. So far, Silvergate is one of the few banks with big exposure to bitcoin, but it’s not the only one. New York-based Signature Bank (SBNY) has a growing bitcoin business too, with about $10 billion in crypto deposits.

      “It’s been a very solid area of growth,” said Eric Raymond Howell, Signature Bank’s senior executive vice president of corporate and business development, on the bank’s most recent earnings conference call. “We’re very excited about what’s happening there. It’s obvious that digital assets and cryptocurrencies are not going away.”

      Signature Bank CEO Joseph John DePaolo added that the company is “staying ahead of the pack and not being a follower but being the leader technologically wise” and that the bank’s crypto business is “growing by leaps and bounds.”

        Lane conceded that “Signature is probably the closest thing to competition” for Silvergate. But he thinks the bitcoin banking business is big enough for multiple players, especially since other banks are only just starting to dip their toes in the crypto waters.

        “Suffice it to say that we are one of only a few banks working in bitcoin so we hope to be involved with any businesses that want to be engaged in cryptocurrencies seriously,” Lane said.

        Source: www.cnn.com

        Author: Paul R. La Monica, CNN Business


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