Hong-kong based cryptocurrency exchange, Crypto.com, known for its industry-standard security measures, announced on Thursday that it is granting a donation of an undisclosed amount to the Crypto Research Lab of the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) in order to boost the analysis of security and privacy in this age of digital revolution. The crypto exchange inked […]
The Bitcoin Pizza Day story is one of the technology’s most historic tales, but even if you know the Bitcoin pizza price, these facts might surprise you.
The recent crash of the UST stablecoin had rocked the market to its core. This depegging was credited for most of the market crash and the incredibly low momentum that has trailed most digital assets in the space since then. Most other stablecoins, although challenged, had been able to maintain their peg. That is, all […]
With the market in turmoil, digital assets such as Bitcoin and Ethereum are seeing their prices challenged in ways that have sent shivers down the spines of investors. The downtrend had triggered massive sell-offs that had sent prices towards yearly lows. Despite the volume already being sold off, sellers look to not be done yet. This is evidenced by the volume of Bitcoin and Ethereum that has been making its way to centralized exchanges recently. Bitcoin, Ethereum Rocked By Inflows The inflows had been growing steadily recently and given the volume that has been going into exchanges, this growth is alarming. Top coins Bitcoin and Ethereum usually hold up best when it comes to markets like this, and though they have held up, investors seem unconvinced that they would continue to do so. This is one of the reasons why the inflows have been massive. Data shows that more than $1.4 billion worth of Bitcoin has flowed into centralized exchanges in the last 24 hours alone. Although this is a decline from the previous day when $1.7 billion in BTC had been moved into exchanges, it significantly surpassed the outflow rate compared to the previous day. Related Reading | How The Tether Peg Could Predict Raging Bitcoin Volatility Outflows for bitcoin for the last 24 hours came out to $1.2 billion. What this led to was a positive net flow of $233 million. Ethereum was not left out of this either. If anything, the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap has been worse hit by exchange inflows. For the previous day, its inflows had touched $569 million. But unlike Bitcoin, it did not record enough outflows to offset this figure. BTC continues downtrend | Source: BTCUSD on TradingView.com This would continue into the Wednesday market which saw $658.2 million flowing into centralized exchanges. In the same time period, there was $651.1 million flowing out of the exchanges, which left a positive network of $7.2 million. USDT Outflows Spell Selling One way to indicate if investors are selling or buying Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other digital assets is through the stablecoin inflow, and lately, this flow rate has been anything but encouraging. Tuesday saw $1.1 billion USDT flowing into exchanges, marking a significant figure but the outflows came out higher. In total, there was $1.7 billion in USDT leaving exchanges, resulting in a negative $612.1 million net flow. Related Reading | Funding Rates Fall To Yearly Lows Following Bitcoin’s Fall Below $29,000 What metrics like this show is that investors are likely turning their volatile cryptocurrencies into these stablecoins and moving them out of the exchanges for safekeeping. Mostly to provide shelter from a highly volatile market. Nevertheless, the USDT volumes from the last 24 hours are beginning to paint a slightly better picture. While outflows had reached as high as $738.5 million for the past day, inflows were $871.4 million, a positive net flow of $132.9 million. If this trend continues, then the current selling trend could well be turned around into a buyer’s that would hopefully trigger a recovery in the market. 📊 Daily On-Chain Exchange Flow#Bitcoin $BTC➡️ $1.4B in⬅️ $1.2B out📈 Net flow: +$223.0M#Ethereum $ETH➡️ $658.2M in⬅️ $651.1M out📈 Net flow: +$7.2M#Tether (ERC20) $USDT➡️ $871.4M in⬅️ $738.5M out📈 Net flow: +$132.9Mhttps://t.co/dk2HbGwhVw — glassnode alerts (@glassnodealerts) May 19, 2022 Featured image from News Central TV, chart from TradingView.com Follow Best Owie on Twitter for market insights, updates, and the occasional funny tweet…
The “People Power Party” representative, a South Korean politician Yoon Chang-Hyeon called a parliamentary hearing on TerraUSD (UST) due to its sudden collapse last week. According to a report from South Korean Newschannel “Newspim” on Tuesday, May 17, at a plenary meeting of the National Assembly’s Political Affairs Committee, Yoon Chang-Hyeon stated; We should bring […]
The Terra community has opposed Do Kwon’s second revival plan to fork Terra to create two blockchains in a bid to make up for last week’s real-time collapse of UST.
The cryptocurrency market has not performed well during the past few weeks. The crash in the market was triggered by the collapse of Terra (LUNA) […]
A contrarian take on the current market structure suggesting that the bitcoin bottom is near and the Federal Reserve will reverse its hawkish course.
While regulatory uncertainty plagues crypto markets in developed economies, the UK looks set to turn this around. Following the “Queen’s Speech” to kick off the new parliamentary session, the UK plans to introduce 2 bills to allow for increased crypto adoption and measures to tackle ransomware attacks. Crypto Interwoven In The UK’s Parliamentary Agenda On […]
Singapore-based exchange giant Crypto.com is adding two small-cap altcoins to its roster amid a market-wide slump. First up is Lido DAO (LDO), the governance token of decentralized staking platform Lido Finance which offers staking solutions across several popular blockchains. Lido’s decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) grants holders of the Ethereum (ETH)-based token voting rights on project […]
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The cryptocurrency market is slowly recovering from its recent slump and has added more than $100 billion to its market cap in the last 24 hours. The broader crypto market has had a poor week up till Tuesday. The market lost nearly $400 billion over the past few days. However, the sentiment has improved over… More
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In what will surely be a historic week in the crypto world, Terra’s LUNA, the crypto that backs its dollar-pegged algorithmic stablecoin UST lost over 94% of its value in a single day. Noticeably, it hasn’t been an ordinary crash — but rather an agonizing freefall.
TerraUSD (UST) is the market’s leading algorithmic stablecoin that works with LUNA to maintain a $1 price using Terra’s dual token mechanism.
The crypto market has been subject to large liquidation following the price crash. Coming out of the weekend, the market had recorded one of its worst crashes which saw bitcoin fall below the $30,000 territory for the first time this year. With this had come hundreds of millions in short liquidations. However, the bloodbath seems far from over as the market continues to crumble and liquidations have now run over the $1 billion mark. Crypto Traders Getting Rekt After the crash that rocked the market coming out of the weekend, crypto traders had taken a hard hit. However, like always, this is always skewed to one demographic, and long traders had taken the hit with 77.5% of longs making up the majority of the $421 million liquidation figure that had been recorded on Monday. Related Reading | Bitcoin Price Hits Three-Month Low, What’s Driving This? With Tuesday now on the horizon has come even more challenges for traders in the space. While most speculated that bitcoin would not fall to $30,000, it had done just that and even fell briefly to the $29,000 territory before recovering once more. The damage would be done though as more traders would see their positions liquidated in the market. This number has now gone above $1 billion liquidated in the past 24 hours with Bitcoin and Ethereum traders bearing the brunt of it. Once again, long positions continue to dominate the liquidations as bitcoin struggles to find its footing and recover. The numbers are slightly better in favor of long traders falling from 77.5% on Monday to 71.8% on Tuesday. Crypto liquidations surpass $1 billion | Source: Coinglass The total amount of liquidations sits at $1.10 billion at the time of this writing. Longs account for $789.27 million and shorts came out to a total of $310.04 million. Bitcoin and Ethereum continue to rival one another with $354.77 million and $326.51 million in liquidations respectively. Market Sentiment Dives To Hell Along with the crypto market crash has been the dip in market sentiment. This really is no surprise as sentiment has been moving consistently into the negative for the past couple of weeks. However, the market crash has accelerated this movement. The Crypto Fear & Greed Index now has a reading of 10. This is one of the lowest that the index has ever been in the past year. With the number so low, it puts the market in the extreme fear territory. This means that investors are warier than ever to put money into the market, with some opting to liquidate their holdings in order to avoid more losses. Related Reading | Ethereum Miners Surpass Bitcoin Miner Revenue By $224M One thing to note though is that low sentiment can also be a prelude to a bull rally. The last time the index was this low was in July 2021. What followed was a recovery that eventually served as the lift-off point for bitcoin hitting its all-time high of $69,000. If history repeats itself, then this may very well be another start to a massive bull rally. That is if the bottom of the current crash has been achieved. Crypto market loses over $1 trillion | Source: Crypto Total Market Cap on TradingView.com Featured image from ITPro Today, chart from TradingView.com
Michael Saylor said that in addition to 115,109 BTC, MicroStrategy could pledge ‘some other collateral’ if needed.