Tag: mati greenspan

Aug 02 2019

Has Renewed US-China Trade War Caused Bitcoin’s Rise to $10.5k? Greenspan Suggests

Steve Bannon, the former White House Chief Strategist who served for 7 months under the Trump administration recently spoke on the trade war between the US and China. He said, The trade war is “the defining event of our time," says Steve Bannon. "This is history in real-time….This is the fundamental reason why Donald Trump is The post Has Renewed US-China Trade War...

Bitcoin Crosses $10k; Is it Moving Towards the Predicted $42k Mark?

The Price of Bitcoin has risen beyond the 10k USD mark within the last 24 hours. Gaining more than 500 USD in the process, the highly controversial cryptocurrency and crypto market pace-setter now stand at slightly below the 10,500 USD level. Prior to this rather sudden price surge, many speculations had been put forward by The post Bitcoin Crosses $10k; Is it Moving...

Jul 31 2019

Will Bitcoin Price Surge Following FED CUT? Greenspan Relates Historical Data

Jul 31 2019 Published at Coingape under tags  bitcoin news fed cut mati greenspan

Mati Greenspan, a senior analyst at eToro has recently predicted an inbound surge in bitcoin price owing to the much anticipated FED cut expected to take place within the next few hours. According to Greenspan, the forthcoming FED cut comes as a result of pressure received from the United States President and the necessity of The post Will Bitcoin Price Surge Following FED...

Bitcoin Breaks $10k Midst Rising Positive Sentiments – Are Bears Still Around?

Bitcoin [BTC] broke above $10,000; the rise can be attributed to the positive sentiments around cryptocurrency regulation. BTC avoided another fatal fall a price bounced a second time from the swing lows at $9400. The price of Bitcoin at 15: 45 Hours UTC on 31st July 2019 is $10,063. It is trading 4.9% higher on The post Bitcoin Breaks $10k Midst Rising Positive...

SEC Raises ‘Securities’ Alarms: Plans to Probe into These Cryptocurrencies

The SEC has issued a tender for companies to apply for setting up nodes to monitor on-chain Off-the-shelf companies (COTS) with tailor-made products and solutions will be eligible to apply. It essentially means that it only includes existing companies which are already engaging in research and monitoring activities. The SEC wishes the company to "support The post SEC Raises 'Securities' Alarms: Plans to...

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