Monthly Archives: November 2020

Traders say $15.5K level ‘crucial’ after Bitcoin price dips below parabola

Bitcoin price dropped below the parabola on the 12-hour timeframe but traders aren’t calling for a big correction yet. Over the weekend numerous traders pointed out that Bitcoin (BTC) price broke its parabolic uptrend which had dated back to September. Technical analysts are bracing for a pullback as the dominant cryptocurrency eyes consolidation. Bitcoin could still see a strong recovery after the weekly close if there is a continuation of the rally. But it would need to quickly re-enter the parabola or risk a potential downward correction. Traders […]

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New Push for Second Stimulus Checks: Analysts Predict When Another Relief Package Will Pass

Many Americans are in need of second stimulus checks and a new coronavirus relief package. As Congress resumes stimulus negotiations, President Trump has called for a “big and focused” stimulus bill now. Meanwhile, several analysts have predicted when lawmakers will pass the next stimulus package. Stimulus Package Status Stimulus negotiations have resumed after the presidential election but lawmakers still have not been able to come to an agreement. This has left Americans with little hope of receiving their second stimulus checks to help them cope with the […]

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Travelers can now get US passports in as little as 4 weeks with Bitcoin

“Offering travelers the ability to pay via Bitcoin feels like the right move at the right time.” A California-based visa and passport processing company announced it would be accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment as the U.S. State Department’s operations are beginning to return to normal. According to a Nov. 6 announcement from passport and visa expeditor Peninsula Visa based in San Jose, the company stated it would be giving customers the option to pay for select passport services using Bitcoin (BTC). Backed by retailer payment […]

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Mysterious ‘cat burglar’ pilfers CryptoKitty from digital art installation

Crypto-artist Kevin Abosch on a recent ‘crime,’ the state of digital art, and a new generation of art collectors On Friday, Kevin Abosch — an Irish conceptual artist who was among the first to use blockchain technology as a medium — reported that a dastardly heist had been committed in one of his on-chain installations, an Ethereum wallet-turned-artwork titled “Stealing The Contents of This Wallet Is a Crime” (2018). In a Tweet the artist, whose work has been exhibited at The Hermitage, said that a CryptoKitty had […]

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