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Bitcoin Market Report: $BTC Bearish

December 30 2018 05:33 UTC   Bitcoin has lost -2.81% or -107.93 USDT in twenty-four hours. In this Sunday Edition find $BTC price action, trend, technicals and more. Or jump right to the Bitcoin $BTC Price Outlook.   Price Action The price of $BTC has fallen over twenty-four hours. The last price at press time […]



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December 30 2018 05:33 UTC

Price Action

The price of $BTC has fallen over twenty-four hours. The last price at press time is 3730.04 USDT. In Binance light to moderate volume trading the daily change is -2.81%, or -107.93 USDT:

$BTC Price Change
period % USDT
24 hours -2.81 -107.93
7 days -5.08 -199.67
1 month -13.17 -565.68



trend is DOWN

[Trend is “down” when the quarterly price movement is predominantly downwards.]

Real Time Market Depth

The real time market depth is bearish.

[The real time market depth is a fractional representation of the order book, used to assist in determining market direction.]


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Bitcoin is in a multi month descending trend with lower highs and lower lows. Although $BTC has had some very good days, overall the trend is down.

Normally much shorter term data points would be used for a shorter term analysis like this. Since this is the last Bitcoin $BTC report for the 2018 year, the weekly chart was used to portray the wider perspective.


Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)

The MACD on the one day chart is bullish. The one week MACD is bearish.

[MACD is a trend-following momentum indicator]

Exponential Moving Averages (EMA)

period average
7 day 4190.99
25 day 5681.19
99 day 6403.45

Using the weekly chart for EMA illustrates how the last price of $3730.04 is so much lower than all (3) of the EMA averages: short, medium and long term. The angle of descent is moderately steep.

[EMA is a type of moving average that weights recent price fluctuations more, yielding a better short term signal]

Relative Strength Index (RSI)

The Relative Strength Index on the one day chart is 46.8. This is a neutral state.

[RSI is is a momentum indicator that measures the magnitude of recent price fluctuations to determine an overbought or oversold state]

Bitcoin $BTC Price Outlook

  • the Bitcoin $BTC price outlook is bearish
  • if the price finds acceptance at higher levels the major resistance prints at 4198
  • if the price finds acceptance at lower levels the major support prints at 3156
Resistance levels: 4198 3892

Support levels: 3156 3658

Invalidation: This outlook is no longer valid if the asset has performed outside of its resistance or support levels, or outside of its short term analysis duration.

Analysis Duration: six hours

This report is for a short duration of six hours. Analysis is time sensitive.

[Analysis duration yields a “best before date”, calculated from report generation at December 30 2018 05:33 UTC.]

Independent Comparison

Comparing our outlook with independent, automated results from shows:

Asset: Bitcoin $BTC

Time Period: Monthly

Summary: strong sell

Moving Averages: sell

Technical Indicators: strong sell


The author holds Bitcoin $BTC at the time of writing.

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Rising Inflation Could “Destabilize” Stablecoins And Bring Crypto Industry Down — Coinbase CEO In Search Of Solution



Rising Inflation Could Destabilize Stablecoins And Bring Crypto Industry Down — Coinbase CEO In Search Of Solution

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In the US, inflation has been on the rise throughout the entire year. Just last month, the consumer price index (CPI) rose by 0.3%. While this has been quite a decline compared to April and May when prices rose by 0.6% on a seasonally adjusted basis, it is still a nerve-racking high.

It has been perceived that rising inflation would benefit crypto since more people would consider acquiring digital assets to hedge fiat depreciation. However, if the US dollar loses value significantly and becomes unstable, it will also adversely impact US-pegged stablecoins, which would infect the entire crypto ecosystem.

In a recent tweet, Brian Armstrong, CEO at Coinbase, has pointed out this issue and asked for possible solutions. 

Crypto Needs to Adapt

Stablecoins are known as the backbone of the crypto ecosystem. They are the safe zone for when the industry goes wild and plummets by double-digit percentages in a matter of hours. Further, they have taken the cross-border payments by storm, so much so that regulators from across the globe warn stablecoins could disrupt banking systems. 

However, these alleged “stablecoins” have a less-known issue: they are hyper reliant on the US dollar. Almost all major stablecoins are pegged to the US dollar. This means if the US dollar loses value significantly, then stablecoins would also lose value. In turn, this would drag the entire crypto ecosystem down.

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Mentioning this, Coinbase CEO has recently commented that stablecoins could very easily become inflation coins. “If fiat-backed stablecoins really become inflation coins (not so stable), then how will we get a coin that is truly stable?” Armstrong tweeted.

Proposing a vague solution, Armstrong added: “Perhaps something that tracks a basket of real-world goods (purchasing power parity) using oracles?”

Armstrong is not the first person who has raised this crucial subject. Previously, Balaji Srinivasan, former CTO of Coinbase, had explained that there are two types of stablecoins. First, there are fiatcoins, which “are pegged to an external fiat currency like USD, directly or indirectly.” Second, there is this newer form of stablecoin, which Srinivasan calls “flatcoins.” 

Srinivasan explains that if “fiat itself starts to inflate, it isn’t really “stable”. So a flatcoin optimizes instead for price flatness vs an on-chain basket of goods.” In simple terms, a so-called “flatcoin” is not pegged to a fiat currency, rather it is pegged to the purchasing power of an asset at a certain period of time. 

Considering the importance of the issue, we should see more projects developing alleged “flatcoins” in the near future — which is also crucial for “de-dollarizing” the crypto ecosystem.

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Pacific Union Appoints Mohamed Elsergany as Its Head of MENA Service Center

The new PUG’s hiring has over 12 years of experience in the financial services industry.



Pacific Union Group (PUG), an Australia-based forex and CFD broker, has tapped Mohamed Elsergany as its new Head of Service Center for the MENA region. Prior to his new role at the company, Mohamed spent over one year working as MENA Regional Director at CJC Markets.

Furthermore, according to his LinkedIn profile, the new PUG’s Head of Service Center for the MENA region worked for around four years as Business Development Partner at Tickmill, another forex and CFD broker headquartered in Cyprus.

In fact, most of his professional background lies in working in the Business Development field in the financial sector. Before his job at Tickmill, Mohamed worked in FX Solutions as Business Development Partner. Based on Egypt, the new PUG employee also had tenures in Swissquote, MIG Bank,, and BMFN Prime, with approximately a career in the financial markets of over 12 years.

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Mohamed’s educational profile notes that he earned a bachelor’s degree in e-Commerce.

Recent Major Banks Executive Moves

In the last few months, the financial services landscape had been quite moved in the MENA region, specifically from major banks. For example, Saxo Bank recently announced that the company had appointed Damian Hitchen, a former Regional Manager at HSBC, as the company’s new CEO of the MENA region.

The newly appointed CEO of the MENA region will report directly to the company’s Chief Sales Officer, Stig Christensen. Hitchen will be based at Saxo Bank’s regional office in Dubai. He will facilitate Saxo Bank’s growth in the region. Furthermore, Barclays Plc announced in August that it appointed Davide Sala as its new Managing Director and Head of Industrials M&A for Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Sala has vast experience within the financial industry, having worked for over 22 years at Credit Suisse in London and New York. He focused his career on providing advice on M&A and financing to clients across industrials space.

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