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Weiss Cryptocurrency Ratings Places XRP, EOS, BTC, and BNB on Top

Weiss Cryptocurrency Ratings released its March 2019 “Weiss Cryptocurrency Outlook” report, with Ripple (XRP), EOS, Bitcoin (BTC), and Binance Coin (BNB) receiving the top four spots on the list of 122 cryptocurrencies. Weiss Ratings is the world’s only financial rating agency that provides grades on cryptocurrencies.

The report, which is called “Dark Shadows with a Bright Future,” examines the cryptocurrencies available on the market using two factors—the tech/adoption grade for long-term investors and the risk/reward grade based on short-term factors.

Of the 122 cryptocurrencies examined in the report, XRP, EOS, Bitcoin, and Binance Coin were given an overall B- rating, while none received an A rating, which is considered excellent.

Remarkable Growth in the Cryptocurrency Space

Authors Martin Weiss and chief cryptocurrency analyst, Juan Villaverde, start the report by noting that despite a sharp decline in the price of cryptocurrencies, “the industry’s network capacity and security have improved dramatically and underlying technology has evolved with new, more efficient ways to create digital assets.”

What’s more, leading cryptocurrencies are seeing three times more volume in user (on-chain) transactions than they did in early 2018. These improved fundamentals and lower prices offer new opportunities for investors, although this is dependent on whether or not they can “afford the risk, avoid the worst and invest in the best.”

Cryptocurrency Market Still Risky

Despite improvements to cryptocurrency fundamentals, the Weiss Cryptocurrency Ratings report authors still advise investors who cannot afford to lose money to be wary in the near term.

“Investors who cannot afford to lose money, the recent market declines and doldrums imply high risk and uncertain rewards. Crypto market liquidity is very thin. Trading comes in spurts. Relatively small infusions of new buying cause sudden price rallies. Equally small bouts of selling cause unexpected market crashes,” said the report.

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Cryptocurrency Trends to Watch

In the report, Weiss and Villaverde identified trends in the cryptocurrency space that investors should keep in mind. These trends include changes to the way cryptocurrencies are secured and some cryptocurrencies moving away from blockchain entirely, as well as killer dApps like decentralized, crypto-based social media, peer-to-peer lending, and fair and secure elections playing the biggest role in determining the future winners.

What do you think will happen in the cryptocurrency space moving forward? Which cryptocurrency do you have your eye on?

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Bitcoin Drop | Bitcoin Loses $200 in 24-hours, Crypto Market Follows

The crypto market is suffering huge losses across the board today. And leading the drop-off is the largest coin by market cap; Bitcoin dropped from over $6,500 to a new two-week low of $6,243 in early trade today.

The coin has lost over $200 in a 24-hour period, and as happens more commonly than not, there is no definite reason for the sudden drop.

Bitcoin Drop

The sudden Bitcoin drop has come somewhat as a surprise. The world’s biggest coin has been hovering between $6,600 and $6,400 for 14-days straight. A stint that has notably been its least volatile period in over a year.

But perhaps the Bitcoin drop was overdue. The equities market is about to close its worst month since 2008’s financial crisis, and where that market threads, Bitcoin tends to follow.

Across the Board

Across the board, we can see the effect of the Bitcoin drop.

The top ten cryptocurrencies are all reporting losses between 3% and 5%. The second largest coin by market cap, Ethereum, is down 3.55% and is currently selling for $197.17. Further down the chart, EOS is experiencing a massive 5% drop and is selling for $5.13.

EOS is the worst affected coin, but not far behind it is Litecoin, which is down 4.83%.

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But maybe investors are shaking in their boots because of a new report released today about Bitcoin and climate concerns.

A new study released has detailed the massive impact Bitcoin may have on climate change. The culprit, of course, is mining. The amount of electricity involved in the process has the potential to boost global temperatures by more than two degrees by 2033.

Further, the report suggested that if Bitcoin is adopted at a similar rate to other new technologies, it could raise global temperatures by two degrees within 16 years in a worst-case scenario.

So do reports like these have the power to cause such a Bitcoin drop or is today’s crash simply just more volatility in an unpredictable market?

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Bitcoin Price | Skyrockets Nearly 10%, Pulling Rest of Crypto Market Up

This morning, Bitcoin (BTC) rose almost 10% in less than an hour. After the Bitcoin price jump, investors began dumping money into the other digital assets, causing the market to widely shift green.

Bitcoin Price Movement

Last week, Bitcoin had its first major sell-off in months, but this morning it rose nearly $600 in less than an hour. Late last week, it looked as if Bitcoin was going to drop just below the $6,000 mark, but it’s now comfortably trading over $6,500.

According to CoinMarketCap, Bitcoin (BTC) is trading at $6,655.71 a coin, up 5.48%, in 24 hours. In seven days, BTC is up 0.264%, and for the month, the world’s first digital currency is up 1.7%.

>> XRP Climbing After Crypto Market Correction

Volatility

Late in the day last Wednesday, the crypto market began to tank. It was the first major Bitcoin price sell-off to occur in months.

There were many speculations as to why the drop occurred.

However, coincidentally, the Dow dropped to its lowest in months around the same time. Last Thursday and Friday, Wall Street hit its worst figures in eight months but rallied back to end the week in the green.

Is there a direct correlation between the stock market and the crypto market when it comes to investor confidence? Possibly.

Some were speculating before the market opened that the Bitcoin price surge indicated a potential “rally” on Wall Street. However, this morning the Dow, Nasdaq, and S&P Index’s are all in the red to start out Monday—proving that theory wrong.

Crypto Market Movement

At press time, XRP is currently trading at $0.447 a coin, up 6.62%, and Ethereum (ETH) is moving at $210.04 a coin, up 4.92% in 24 hours.

Among the top 100 cryptocurrencies, Aurora (AOA) is seeing the most gains today trading at $0.0260 a coin, up 23.93% in 24 hours. Nebulas (NAS) is currently seeing the most losses, trading at $1.78 a coin, down -6.28%.

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Bitcoin Profit System | Experts Explain the Benefits of Bitcoin

Are you considering investing in Bitcoin? If so, you are not the only one. Thousands of people have already proceeded forward, while others are waiting in the balance. Of course, it is never wise to invest in a digital currency or other instruments without doing thorough research. It is also not wise to listen to other investors of Bitcoin. Instead, you should learn what the experts are saying about the cryptocurrency before investing. Believe it or not, there is a broad range of Bitcoin benefits. And once you know them, you will be more adamant about making an investment. Below, you will discover exactly what these benefits are, according to the experts.

Not Irreversible

Many merchants have experienced the downfall of chargebacks. If you are not familiar with a chargeback, you have not felt the devastating loss of such a transaction. Consumers who believe they invested and receive faulty products from the companies will often file a chargeback with their credit card companies. The credit card companies will, in turn, withdraw the money from the merchant’s accounts and deposit it into their customer’s accounts. Such a transaction can be devastating for all the merchants. Well, this is never an issue with Bitcoin, as it is the only payment method that protects consumers from chargebacks. In fact, it is considered 100 percent irreversible, which means it cannot be “charged back.”

Cannot Be Tracked

Unlike credit and debit card payments, Bitcoin leaves no paperwork behind to be traced or tracked. Many consumers worry about the government and the other organization tracking their purchases. Investors should definitely read the BTC profit review, before investing in Bitcoin. Contrary to belief, Bitcoin cannot be traced. Since there is no paperwork involved in such transactions, it cannot be traced. In addition to this, the merchants never need to worry about the proof of the addresses or identification verifications of their customers.

Increasing Value

If you have conducted research on the value of Bitcoin, you will know that it is steadily increasing. In fact, it seems that Bitcoin’s value is increasing on a daily basis. Over the last six months, Bitcoin has stabilized, even though it was initially “highly” volatile in the first year of inception. Bitcoin appreciates the value definitely makes it worth considering. However, it is still crucial to determine its value before proceeding forward.

Cheaper and Quicker Transactions

Unlike the credit and debit card payment transactions, Bitcoin transfer fees are very low. According to experts, it only costs 0.0005 BTC to transfer Bitcoin from one account to another, including wire transfers. The same transaction involving conventional methods could cost up to 700THC-1300THB for each transaction. When you compare this amount to the three to five percent of the transfer amount for the credit card payments, it is easy to see why Bitcoin transactions are more favorable than conventional methods of transferring and moving money.

Bitcoin Transactions Confirmed Quickly

Bitcoin transactions are typically confirmed within an hour or two. When you compare this speedy confirmation process to the lengthy process of international wire transfers, there is really no comparison. It could take anywhere from two to seven days for an international wire transfer to be completed.

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Trust in a Decentralized Ecosystem

Satoshi’s vision for Bitcoin was to build an economic vehicle that did not require a trusted agent. This is often called a ‘trustless’ system of payment. His justification for launching Bitcoin was that the trusted agents could no longer be trusted. Specifically, the trusted agents had become corrupt, and people needed a method of commerce that did not require third parties. What is lost on many people is that this new system still required trust.

For currency to work, we must believe in it, we must trust it has value, and we must trust the person or smart contract we are interacting with will utilize our money the way we intend. Ironically, at the heart of the decentralized trustless ecosystem is still trust.

What is Trust?

Trust is the belief that an object or a person actually possesses the attributes that you have not verified recently or directly. An example I like to give in a discussion like this is the chair you are sitting in now. When you sat in it, did you check it? Did you test it? Did you place a little pressure on it before you plopped down into it? Probably not. That is because you trust your chair. This is not the first chair you have seen, and you have probably used that particular chair for many days, weeks, months, or years. You trust it.

The same is true for hundreds, maybe thousands of acts you have or will do today. Humans trust, a lot. The brain is efficient, and it knows better than to prompt you with “Are you sure you want to sit in that chair?” before you sit down in every chair every day. So what did Satoshi actually build if humans still have to trust, and frankly are fine with trusting? What problem did he actually solve?

The Myth of Decentralization

Satoshi removed centralized trusted agents, but only somewhat. The invention of Bitcoin did not remove all central authorities from our ability to perform peer to peer financial transactions. Bitcoin removed a lot of them, but Bitcoin is not in its own world. Bitcoin sits in the context of society, the larger economy, and the greater technological context. Bitcoin is tied to fiat, tied to exchanges, tied to Internet Service Providers, with some wallets, it is tied to your phone manufacturer. In society, Bitcoin is feared, it is loved, it is hated, it is cheered, and those emotions have driven centralized agents to act on the Bitcoin ecosystem.

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While Bitcoin is a move toward decentralization, complete decentralization is a myth. Has crypto freed the user? Yes, to a degree. Is crypto the ultimate freedom? No, not even close. There is more work to be done to utilize blockchain for freedom, and I believe Bitcoin and Ethereum are doing that. But more is needed and if you are reading this, that task falls to you, so get involved. You ARE the early adopters!

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