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We are on the cusp of the greatest rally in crypto history. 2020 will not be the year in my opinion, it will be the prelude. 2021 is where the real magic happens, in my opinion. Fundamentals: Cryptocurrency based on a pure functionality stand point hasn't changed, especially for Bitcoin and Litecoin. They both just work, never have not worked and will always work. The base code for both are simple, but clean. Litecoin developers experimenting with privacy is huge but I'm glad it isn't being rushed and is not being hyped unnecessarily. Fundamentals on a money flow standpoint and awareness standpoint is where the real progress is. Traditional finance institutions have created an increasing amount of new gateways for money to flow into crypto. Fidelity, Bakkt, CME, Grayscale, ect all have created instruments to bring money to crypto. These new instruments will bring in institutional money as there are now legal ways for them to invest and more retail money as some people still dont trust the likes of coinbase (which is totally fair). When the bull arrives, the landscape is setup for success. On the Awareness side, there are significantly more eyes on Cryptocurrency than ever before. Sure not everyone talks about it everyday or even has a thought about it every day but they know about it and know to look for it when the time comes. I would say actually knowledge of Bitcoins existence has increased 100x since 2017 if not more. The Bitcoin halving is another bullish fundamental. The halving, short term, will probably see the price decline as miners hedge against their profits being cut in half, but long term this will cause price to appreciate. This is a simple stock to flow model where there are less coins created to sell overtime. Technicals: From a TA standpoint, Crypto looks like it is at the beginning of a break out. Bitcoin and Litecoin are both printing divergences on the Monthly RSI, Both about to Cross over on the monthly MACD, Both Turned Bullish on the Monthly Squeeze Momentum indicator, Both on a bullish Monthly TD Sequential count down with a green 2 above a green 1 of 9 candle. The last thing to do is print a higher high above the last long term swing high at 14k and 140 respectively, this would solidify the long term trend in my opinion. Looking at Google Trends as well, we are beginning to see increases for the keywords like Bitocin Halving, Bitcoin, Coinbase, Bitcoin Price, Cryptocurrency, Crypto, ect. Obviously this is has some noise attached to it and doesnt mean much on it's own, but with all the things I listed above, this is an amazing sign. I'm no psychic or fortune teller, I have no idea where the price is going from here, it could go to 0, but this is my outlook. I think over the short term there will be a lot of dips and a lot of volatility, but long term the trend is up in my opinion. Patience is key here, like I said in the beginning, 2021 is where we see the real bull run in my opinion. With all that being said , never invest more than you can afford to lose, have good money and risk management, sit back and enjoy the ride cause it's a crazy one.
I don't know if this a standard thing but when I sold my Bitcoin today on Coinbase the exchange rate was lower than what was being shown as the Bitcoin price on Coinbase at the exact same time. Is that a normal thing or what?
I bought bitcoin on Coinbase while at £7k price, if I move all my bitcoin to my Ledger wallet while at this new £8.5k price. Then BTC drops, say, to £8k. It will show on LL app I have lost money, in reality I am still up. How to adjust this?
So I bought my BTC few months ago when it was priced at £7k. If I move my bitcoin from Coinbase to Ledger, currently while it’s at this £8.5k price. And then, for example it goes down to, say, £8k. On the Ledger Live app it will show as I have lost money. In reality I would still be up since I bought when it was valued at £7k. How to adjust this? Is there a way to adjust it so it shows the price I paid for the bitcoin? Or no? Thanks! In advance
Is it normal for coinbase to sell btc at a significantly higher price than what btc is currently at? It's currently $11,470, but coinbase is selling btc at $11,530. Is there a reason for this? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)
Coinbase show current price at 9830$, i go to sell some, and in the sell menu bitcoin is valued 8987$ (plus fees) !! but if i try for example to buy some, it's valued 9445$ (plus fees) . Is this normal? How can i avoid this kind of rip-off?
if i try to buy os valued 9845$ , not 9445$, i wrote it worng
Can someone expalin why if i try to sell bitcoin, i get a price much lower than the currently showed price on coinbase?
For example now bitcoin is valued at 9854$ on coinbase , but if i try to sell coinbase value them 9002$ plus of course the fee i have to pay. Is this normal? it's always been like that? If i want to transfer my bitcoins to another wallet is there any cost or fee?
Fulfilled, thanks all Hello everyone, I am looking to trade some of my bitcoin (can also do ETH or combination of both) for 0.999 Fine Silver, spot kitco ask silver price for spot Coinbase bitcoin price. Scuffed, spotted, 10 oz or larger bars - I don't care if it's wrapped in plastic - naked, bruised, and/or toned is fine as long as it is stamped 0.999 and passes tests as genuine. Up to 200 oz. As auto moderator will show you below, I have extensive feedback here so I may ask you to ship first as bitcoin transactions are not reversible. I will cover the bitcoin network transaction fee, you cover USPS shipping. Let me know if you are interested. Cheers!
#Bitcoin BTC price rallying to $10,000 was hindered in less than 48 hours to the #halving event, leading to another server crash⚠️ for #Coinbase exchange. #BTC price plummeted by 13% from $9,900 and is currently trading at $8,600 at the time of writing.
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