Monthly Archives: May 2018

Tuesday Market Roundup – Long-term Bitcoin Targets

Bitcoin has just broken the 50 week moving average for the first time since 2014. History is repeating, in accelerated fashion. If BTC fails to quickly re-attain the 50 week level around $7700, then the promise of the recent death cross’s $3500-$4000 target is likely be kept, although I see the super-long-term upward channel as […]

Monday Market Roundup – Royal Doldrums

The crypto markets are behaving like an old Rolls Royce on its way to Windsor – coasting sideways in no particular hurry. After last week’s nonchalance, more of the same looks likely for the week ahead. Bitcoin We’ve started the week much where we were a week ago. There was a little downward drifting during […]

Monday’s Market Roundup – Sideways is the New Up

Last week’s predicted market-wide head fake came to fruition and crypto finds itself in no-man’s land currently, ricocheting slowly off various moving averages and zones of support/resistance. The short version is: everything’s likely to move sideways for a while, let’s take a look. Bitcoin After pinging around between the support/resistance zones we identified last week, […]

Monday Market Roundup – Fake Moves

Ethereum has sure been basking in the warm light of attention this week; not surprising given its move over the 200 day moving average and momentum since. Will it last though? Let’s take a look at that and the wider market. Bitcoin You may be wondering why I’m starting with BTC if ETH is all […]

Reaching Consensus: A way to share & protect our data

One of the greatest achievements of the Bitcoin blockchain has been its demonstration that distributed systems can be an effective way to share and protect your data, and right now when the cost of hacking is estimated to be £600bn per year it deserves more of our attention. With over 1500 cryptocurrencies, a total market […]