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"A blockchain-based cross-game universe for turning virtual items into real assests" The in game items in which many gamer's posses have been proven to valuable to other gamer's, who would often be willing to pay money to acquire such items.
I'm going to look at Monero's main complaints and accusations against Monero V, and see if anything they claim holds water. Tldr: it doesn't. Let's also take a look at XMR price, and do some TA on potential trades and how to play the upcoming hard fork from a trading perspective.
Let's take a look at the latest buzz flying around the office about legendary macro-trader George Soros entering the Crypto markets not with opinion pieces and pamphlets, but with cold hard cash. What do his movements as a whale tell us about the potential moves of other investors, and the price of Bitcoin as a whole?
We're getting closer and closer to the Monero V hard fork! As we approach the Monero V community is swelling, and as a result the team has offered opportunities to be a developer or a community supporter! Visit http://discord.crackingcryptocurrency.com to participate.
One of the themes we've been talking about recently is how markets are made, and the reality of what institutional money entering into the crypto markets looks like. Taking a macro-perspective, we turn to the headlines this week to sumise what the market makers moves are.
Only days left for MoneroV snapshot/fork, are you ready? We're going over which exchanges have announced support, and what to do with your wallets to claim Airdrop tokens. It’s all about the more you know, and that’s why we’re Cracking Crypto!
Ethereum Classic potentially setting itself up to divest a large amount of mining power currently being utilized by Ethereum. The upcoming Ethereum Classic airdrop. The upcoming Bitcoin Private hardfork. -Ethereum Classic to divest large amounts of hashing power from Ethereum miners.
I have volume zoomed so I can better see the trend. See how buying pressure is decreasing? ie: the green candles are getting smaller. Selling pressure seems to be decreasing at first glance, but it's much more active now and it's been consistent. In aggregate, selling volume is still greater than buying volume.