Bitcoin's price is now hovering around $9,000 again. In the daily, the small range has already been broken and price is now above the 10 EMA looking test the next MA which is the 50 MA. Should BTC cross, above the 50 MA in the daily or around $9,200, an extension of the current rally toward $9,500 - $9,600 is likely. In the 4H chart, price managed to hold and successfully break the 4H 50 MA which was succeeded by a rally toward ~9,100. Invalidation of this move is likely if price breaks below $8,700 - $8,600.
Global market cap is at $261B, while BTC's market cap is at $166B.
Red Swan, a Texas-based Commercial Real Estate (CRE) marketplace has partnered with security tokenization firm Polymath and tokenized $2.2 billion worth of real estate assets. According to Cointelegraph's report, Red Swan has 30,000 accredited and already registered on its platform. The issued tokens reporesent 16 top-tier properties and tokens worth $780 million will be sold to accredited investors.
The token sale is aimed at investors who aren't able to purchase top level 'Class A' commercial real estate in traditional markets, instead have turned to lower-grade, riskier investment opportunities. Red Swan is looking to tokenize $4 billion in property in the long term and will profit by keeping a percentage of the equity fund.
In the latest crypto privacy breach, the usernames and passwords of 266,000 clients of Trident Crypto Fund have been uploaded to file sharing sitesIn a major privacy breach, the usernames and passwords of more than a quarter of a million Tr https://t.co/7gaVbs4Do7— Cointelegraph (@Cointelegraph) March 6, 2020
Malta-based Trident Crypto Fund has been hacked, exposing a major data leak. According to Ashot Oganesyan, chief technology officer of cybersecurity firm DeviceLock, around 266,000 data of users were posted on several file-sharing websites. The damage of the incident is significant as the stolen database include email addresses, cellphone numbers, encrypted passwords and IP addresses. The hackers were also able to decrypt and published a dataset of 120,000 passwords.
There has been no official announcement of the data breach on the fund's website or in its Telegram group yet.
According to a webinar broadcasted by Chainalysis on March 5, there are over $1.1 trillion worth of cryptocurrency transactions in 2019 and only 1.1% of it accounts for illicit transactions. This claim is further supported by several factors like diminishing of darknet markets, industry-wide cooperation, and the upcoming halving.
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