Benchmark Rankings Launched to Combat Faked Cryptocurrency Exchange Data

CryptoCompare, an English cryptocurrency data analysis firm, has launched a unique exchange benchmark product which would help provide safeguards against false exchange volume reports. On June 12, 2019, the firm revealed that its new product was developed as a means of stemming widespread concerns that numerous crypto exchanges around the world have been inflating their…

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Bitcoin Price Analysis: Violated Parabola Could Have BTC Testing $6,700s

Summary: Bitcoin’s daily, parabolic curve was violated earlier this week and broke through several macro levels on high volume and high spread. Last week’s candle closed a pretty large reversal candle called a “doji” and presented a stalemate between bitcoin bulls and bitcoin bears. The intraday volatility is quite aggressive and we are currently positioned…

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This Gallery Is Selling Indigenous Australian Art for Bitcoin

Things you can buy with bitcoin: AT&T’s services, airfare, pretty much anything using gift cards through Bitrefill, pizza, drugs (duh) and now, Indigenous Australian art. Yes, you read that right. The Indigenous Fine Art Gallery (IFAG) in Australia now accepts bitcoin for its “museum-quality art from Australia’s most collectible Indigenous artists.” This puts the IFAG…

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Founder of Defunct Cryptopia Launches New Crypto Exchange

The founder of defunct cryptocurrency exchange Cryptopia, which entered liquidation following a hack in January 2019, has launched a new exchange called Assetylene. The LinkedIn employment history for the founder of the failed New Zealand exchange, Adam Clark, indicates that he’s been working on Assetylene since September 2018, which is also when the exchange’s Twitter…

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