Cryptocurrencies have lost about $60-billion in less than a week following the continuing decline of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ether, and Ripple. Bitcoin tumbled to $4,237 before regaining support in the late afternoon session. According to CoinMarketCap.com, digital-currency assets have lost approximately $700-billion of market value since the peak in December 2017.
Bitcoin’s hash rate, or the speed at which a given mining machine operates by finding and solving blocks through complex computations, has dropped and led some crypto miners to shut down their rigs. The 2018 bear market is forcing many miners to operate at a loss, and some are pulling the plug on their operations.
[We do not recommend what investors should do at this stage but we feel compelled to remind everyone that the market for all emerging, disruptive technologies, such as cryptocurrencies, are volatile. Major price dips are to be expected rather than viewed as the end of the market. The reason so few people never buy low and sell high is that, when prices fall, they run for the exit doors instead of seeing it as possibly the opportunity they are hoping for. Click here for additional commentary on this phenomenon.] – GEG commentary
Cryptocurrencies have lost about $60 billion in less than a week following the collapse of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ether, and XRP, which hit their lowest levels since 2017. Bitcoin tumbled to $4,237, a 13-month low, before regaining some support in the late afternoon session. If $4,207 support is breached, Bitcoin could crash even more to the weekly 200sma at $3,130.
After months of low volatility and declining volume, everything has been flipped upside down, and cryptocurrency bulls are left scrambling after a 30% liquidity gap opened up in the last several weeks.
According to CoinMarketCap.com, digital assets have lost approximately $700 billion of market value since the crypto-mania peak in December 2017. Since the peak, Bitcoin has sustained 87% declines as hash rates have also taken a dip.
According to eToro senior analyst Mati Greenspan, Bitcoin hash rates have fallen to the lowest levels since August, and this has led some crypto miners to shut down their rigs.
Refugee Resettlement Watch urges everyone to contact the governors of theirs states and then contact county executives or commissioners. Sample letters are provided, but must be modified to make it clear you are against the refugee program.
The cost to American taxpayers is estimated at $79,600 PER REFUGEE in the first 5 years of resettlement. Americans are being forced by their leaders to pay for the destruction of their own economy and their culture. Voters finally may have the right to say no.
The National Health Federation that provided legal counsel for Thyer says the regulatory agencies in the UK and France are controlled by pharmaceutical corporations and are determined to stop the use of GcMAF because it is competition to their products.
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Stephen Prescott, the president of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, said that scientists in many credible places have researched this drug for years. However, this information has not been widely shared with the public until Tippens started blogging about his recovery.
Ari Ben-Menashe says Epstein and Maxwell were Israeli spies who used child sex to blackmail politically powerful men, but there is no hard evidence. People pointing out the Epstein-Mossad connection have been banned from YouTube and Facebook. [Apparently, that is considered to be hate speech.]
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Hector Moran-Espinoza was arrested by the Philadelphia Police Department on two separate occasions on charges relating to the sexual abuse of children, including rape and and aggravated indecent assault.
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Find out what the blockchain is, why the price of Bitcoin has exploded, how to buy and store Bitcoin, and how the banks are maneuvering to dominate the system. This is not a recommendation to buy Bitcoin, but a guide for what to expect should you decide to do so. We believe that lots of money will be made and lost in the early stages of cryptocurrency. The more you know about it, the better your chances are for success.
In anticipation of the value of the decline in Zimbabwe currency after the military coup, citizens are rushing into cryptocurrency, which has bid up the price of Bitcoin. Last week, Bitcoin was $5,900. Now it is valued at $8,040.
Bulgaria: Banks cracked down on Bitcoin exchanges last week by closing down the exchanges’ commercial-bank accounts and blocking them from obtaining national currencies. The exchanges pointed to bankers, not the government, as the source of the problem, although it is likely that the government would have prevented the banks from doing that to any other class of customers. According to independent news sources, the exchanges began restoring operations several days later.