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The New Kids On The Blockchain take you on a tour of what’s happening in Crypto this week with latest headline news on Bitcoin, Litecoin, Eos and more.
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From U Today John Bollinger on Bitcoin Price Action: Positive Divergences Are Developing
According to trading legend John Bollinger, who’s famous for creating the Bollinger Bands indicator, the Bitcoin price could soon experience a major uptick.
In his recent tweet, Bollinger points out that Bitcoin and altcoins are caught in the Bollinger Band (BB) Squeeze. This unique trading setup takes place when an asset becomes less volatile.
From AMB Crypto Will Litecoin, XRP, ETH and others ever have an alt season like 2017? Data suggests that might be pipe dream
Perhaps, nostalgia is what people holding altcoins are experiencing- the bygone times of 2017 bull run where altcoins pumped to the moon and beyond. Everything since then has ironically been an uphill battle. Altcoins are dead, more precisely, shitcoins are dead. Yet people still talk about an impending alt season and expect a repetition of 2017, even if it isn’t comparatively as huge.
Tim Draper Joins Board Of Directors At EOS-Based DApp Firm
im Draper, a famous investor with an estimated crypto net worth ranging between $350 million and $500 million, has joined the board of directors of EOS-based decentralized application (DApp) firm MakeSense Labs.
In a news release on Sept. 9, Draper said: “I am excited to support this amazing application. Sense.Chat improves human connections by allowing private, seamless messaging and payments.”
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