Bitcoin has made its move  towards a retest of resistance levels at 10,000 - with BTC currently  sitting at around 9,800. The daily chart shows us a 'golden cross' as  the 20-day MA and 200-day MA crossed each other at the start of this  week, which is a heavily bullish indicator. The last similar golden  cross we saw was back in April 2019, when BTC moved up from 5,000 to  12,000 in just two months. Should BTC indeed be gearing up for a bull  run, next potential accumulation should be at around 10,000 - 10,500.  This move up is invalidated if BTC is rejected at 10,000 and  subsequently falls down below 9,000.

Global market cap is at $277B, while BTC's market cap is at $178B.

Amazing dinner w/ @WarrenBuffett finally! Thx for your support & advice on how to take #TRON to the next level! Loved our talk on #Bitcoin, @Tesla & #TRON! Glad to support @GLIDEsf as well! C U at #BRK2020 & our reunion meal in 2030! Details below 👇 pic.twitter.com/tjulvv2C9k— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) February 6, 2020

Tron founder and CEO Justin Sun finally had his charity lunch with billionaire Warren Buffett after  a series of delays last year. Sun initially won a charity auction on  eBay to have lunch with Buffett last June, with his winning bid at over  $4.5 million. Their lunch happened on Jan. 23 in a private country club  in Nebraska, along with founder of Litecoin Foundation Charlie Lee,  Huobi CFO Chris Lee, Binance Charity Foundation head Helen Hai, and  eToro CEO Yoni Assia.

Sun gifted Buffett with his first Bitcoin,  as well as 1,930,830 of Tron's token TRX, 100 BTT, 100 WIN, and 100  USDT - all stored in a brand new Samsung Galaxy Fold. Their discussion  reportedly centered on Tron, bitcoin, the crypto space, and blockchain  technology, among others.

Binance users can now use their crypto holdings as collateral to fund futures trading. According to the exchange, this feature is called "Cross Collateral" meaning users can trade futures contracts using assets stored in their  Binance wallets, without using coins to directly fund the trade.

According to data analytics firm Skew, open  interest or the number of open futures contracts has risen 13.6% from  $5.5 million to $13 million on the Intercontinental Exchange's (ICE)  Bakkt platform. Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), Bakkt's rival also  records a five-month high of 34.5% from $185 million to $ 249 million  open interest. The rise in open interest is a sign that there is strength behind the recent price moves.

On the other hand,  Bakkt's trading volume has declined since Dec. 18 from $44 million  (6,601 BTC) to $27 million as of Feb. 5, 2020; $16 million out of $27 million is from physically settled futures contracts.

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