February 25th 2019
The last few days have been exciting for Crypto, with ETH leading a rally, and most digital currencies appreciating in price. Upcoming, Bitcoin testing $4,500 is going to be critical in giving us an indication of where the market is headed.
Meanwhile, we had JP Morgan launching their own USD-backed JPM Coin and the U.S. SEC is back to reviewing two Bitcoin ETF proposals – read on for more details.
We will be publishing articles about the trading strategies we use at BitBull’s Fund of Funds and also our new, direct fund called BitBull Opportunistic, up 29% in 2018. And take a look at our second post in the trading strategies series about Arbitrage as a crypto trading strategy.
Here are some recent noteworthy stories:
Bitcoin prices have rallied lately, climbing more than 10% in roughly 24 hours. These price gains have coincided with an uptick in…
SEC is finally considering approving a Bitcoin ETF, a move that would enable cryptocurrency to become a more mainstream investment.
Ethereum is at the center of attention. There are a lot of things happening to ETH recently, but the best news is the uptrend which seems to have come.
Analysis via U.Today
J.P. Morgan this month became the first U.S. bank to create and successfully test a digital coin representing a fiat currency.
Launch via JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Do you know why volatility trading gained headlines as one of the best-performing hedge fund strategies of the last financial crisis? From our new Crypto Hedge Fund Trading Strategies
Tweet of the Week
Do you own a single bitcoin?
If so, welcome to the top 0.22% of the worlds population.
If you own just a single bitcoin, only 17 million other people will ever have as much as you.
Scarcity is a hell of a hard to grasp. Link
If you value Crypto Investing, feel free to forward this copy to your friends. Have a great weekend!
Joe DiPasquale – CEO at BitBull Capital
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