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Crypto digest for January 11



Cryptos are nearly universally down and there are reasons...



11.Jan.19 11:15 AM
By Shawn Highstraw
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Crypto digest for January 11
Yesterday we saw a negative development for the price of Bitcoin and prices of most altcoins. That image has not changed during the day and also this morning the prices show heavy losses. That this has consequences for the weekly rates recommended. In our crypto-analysis you can see the state of affairs at a glance.

In addition to the crypto-analysis and the news, we naturally offer you the crypto-agenda and preview for the next 24 hours and the weekend. This way you are fully prepared for the coming trading days.

We went deeper into yesterday's ambiguous signal that experts spread. The Bitcoin should first sink in value and then grow significantly.

Crypto coins

According to this analysis, the bears are not yet ready with the Bitcoin price (BTC). According to this analysis, 1 project is responsible for 20% of the daily trade volume of Bitcoin.
Altcoins Ethereum (ETH) sees today the hard fork Ethereum Classic Vision (ETCV). The question is whether this hard fork is a scam. According to these authors Ripple (XRP) might be the solution for banks to prevent recession. tZero, the crypto coin of the American retail giant Overstock, is being distributed among investors today.

Politics and regulations

China has introduced new regulations for Blockchain companies to enable healthy development, according to some reports. Europe seems to classify crypto coins as a financial instrument and to declare existing regulations applicable.

The Swedish national bank warns against fraud with the e-krona. Bitcoin.com has expanded the services for developers of Bitcoin Cash (BCH). Topman Jihan Wu of mining giant Bitmain, according to reports.



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