Erik Weijers, a year ago
After the panicky last four weeks, the crypto market seems to have found some solid ground. We list a few signals that make us - cautiously - optimistic.
There are a number of indicators that point to a reversal of the downtrend.
Also on-chain we can spot signals that in the past have usually led to a price increase in the weeks and months after.
There are several signs that Bitcoin and Ether have reached their lows. That does not mean that they will now rise like a rocket. And of course, unexpected bad news may pop up. But based purely on analysis of similar situations in history, we are cautiously optimistic about the coming weeks and months.
May 22, 2023
Every year the Bitcoin community is celebrating the fact that somebody bought two pizzas online. This looks a little bit strange at first glance but it is one of the most important moments in Bitcoin’s history. What is Bitcoin Pizza Day all about and why is everybody celebrating it?
May 22, 2023
The guys who self-identify as the Taproot Wizards - Eric Wall and Udi Wertheimer - entered the main stage of Bitcoin Miami to loud cheers. After their short and silly wizard dance, the panel discussion started in earnest. But not everyone in the Bitcoin community is a fan of their quirky attitude and projects.
May 19, 2023
We wrote about it earlier: Jason Lowery believes Bitcoin could become the world's reserve currency and that countries should engage in a peaceful "arms race" to mine Bitcoin. He believes Bitcoin is a form of digital property that will be defended similar to how navies secure maritime thoroughfare. Not everyone is sold on this concept. Let's discuss a contrarian view.
May 18, 2023
Stablecoin issuer Tether (USDT) in its recent reserves report reveals that the company holds approximately 52 thousand BTC, worth a respectable $1.5 billion. This is only a fraction of its total assets but signals an interesting potential trend of institutions allocating a piece of their capital to Bitcoin.
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