Bitcoin (BTC) Addresses in Profit Hit an 8-Month Low of 28M

The number of Bitcoin addresses in profit has hit an 8-month low of 28 million The percent of Bitcoin addresses still in profit has also hit an 11-month low of 74.387% Bitcoin remains in bearish territory below the 200-day moving average with a relief rally possible with the new month of July Bitcoin’s 50-week moving average continues to provide a level of support at the $28k to $29k price zone The number of Bitcoin addresses in profit has just hit an 8-month low of 28 million. This milestone was observed…

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Cavapoo | Changing with World With $CAVA and Community Driven Charitable Missions

Chicago, IL / June 24, 2021 / Cavapoo aims to bring a light of hope and address real-world problems with blockchain. The project also plans to help the community make a difference in society by running one of its kind charity-led cryptocurrency networks. As a decentralized network, Cavapoo focuses on the community and will work to bridge the gap between charity and community.  A Meme-Based Platform With Innovative Features Cavapoo or CAVA offers rapid rewards to the users and gives a 3% cut of every transaction to the existing token holders. This implies…

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Ethereum Could Retest $2,300, Sentiment at Its Lowest Since June 2018

Ethereum could retest the $2,200 to $2,300 range with the new month of July Trader sentiment towards Ethereum remains negative and at its lowest since June 2018 There is a slight possibility of Ethereum dropping to the $1,200 to $1,400 range in the weeks ahead Ethereum (ETH) is once again attempting to reclaim the crucial $2k support zone and is currently trading at $2,015. In addition, Ethereum is now trading above the 200-day moving average (green) as seen in the following daily ETH/USDT chart. From the chart, it can be…

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US Regulators Have Imposed $2.5 Billion Penalties on Crypto Firms and Individuals

A new report shows that U.S. regulators have imposed fines and penalties totaling $2.5 billion on crypto firms and individuals so far. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has imposed the most fines, followed by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). Meanwhile, the U.S. Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) is the latest government agency to come after crypto firms. $2.5 Billion in Fines and Penalties Blockchain analytics firm Elliptic released a report Monday outlining “crypto enforcement actions by U.S. regulators.” The report explains: “Contrary to the widely-held…

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Bezoge: the Canine Crypto Astronaut with a Token Named in his Honor

The internet is a happening place and the crypto ecosystem, its greatest example. Time after time, we come across multiple exciting projects! Unlike the traditional financial trading market, the crypto trading market is full of fun, interactive characters such as Dogecoin and Shiba Inu.  Dogecoin and Shiba Inu, while both meme coins have different functionalities and different success rates. While Dogecoin aimed for the moon (and reached it) with the help of Musk, the latter is still struggling. However, these are not the only two dog meme coins fighting for…

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Athena confirms plans to bring 1500 Bitcoin ATMs to El Salvador

Accessing BTC is about to get a lot easier in El Salvador with the crypto ATM rollout. U.S. company Athena intends to supply El Salvador’s new crypto-based economy with 1500 Bitcoin ATMs, a company representative has confirmed. The rollout will start small, trialing a few dozen machines to establish a business model. The Chicago headquartered firm plans to invest more than $1 million to install cryptocurrency ATMs, targeting regions where residents receive remittances from abroad. Along with installing the new machines it will also hire staff and open an office…

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