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04:38
Trading Crypto Is Illegal In Iran, Says Industry Min. Official
Keyvan Gordan, managing director of Power Industries and Electronics Office of Iranian Industry Ministry, said on Saturday (August 17) that cryptocurrencies are mined for exports in Iran and trading them is illegal in the country.
"The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) has announced trading cryptocurrencies illegal in the country because it regards digital money as a kind of exports good," he said.
"The earned revenues from exporting domestically-mined cryptocurrencies must be re-injected back to Iran's financial system through NIMA - Iran's Forex Management Integrated System," he underlined.
04:30
Crypto Market Sentiment On August 18: Market Still In 'Extreme Fear'
Citing statistics from alternative.me, the Fear & Greed Index currently reads 14, six units lower than yesterday, indicating the crypto market remains the status of "Extreme Fear."
As per the index, a value of 0 means "Extreme Fear" while a value of 100 represents "Extreme Greed."
03:51
Peter McCormack: CZ Should Refer To Binance Terms Of Use Regarding Interactions With 14-Year-Old Child
As reported by CoinNess.com earlier, CZ tweeted to share his interaction with a 14-year-old child, discussing BNB. Later, Peter McCormack commented the tweet, suggesting that CZ should refer the child to the Binance Terms of Use, which makes it clear that users shall be at least 18 years old or of legal age to form a binding contract under applicable law.
03:11
CoinNess.com Market Surveillance August 18: BTC Drops Below $10200
As of 03:00 (UTC) on August 18, the global index of Bitcoin (BTC) price has fallen below the $10,200 level. Currently, it marks $10,188.52 with a decrease of 1.62% in the past 24 hours.
The CoinNess.com Bullish vs. Bearish Indicator shows our four-hour technical bias on BTC is "Sell" with 10 indicators sending out a selling signal, six showing a neutral signal, and two indicating a buying signal.
The broad market is trading sideways, with 47 out of Top 100 cryptos by market cap rising.
The global market cap reads $264.76 billion, and the 24-hour trading volume is $42.00 billion.
Major Coins
1. BTC quotes show 10,158.83 USDT on Binance, $10,162.00 on Bitfinex, and $10,156.37 on Coinbase Pro;
2. CoinNess.com Market Index presents quotes for major cryptocurrencies besides BTC as following: ETH marks $184.74 (-0.06%); XRP marks $0.2649 (+1.53%); BCH marks $306.84 (-0.86%); LTC marks $72.36 (-3.19%); EOS marks $3.55 (-0.82%); ETC marks $5.45 (-1.13%).
Top 3 Gainers and Losers in Cryptocurrencies
1. Top 3 gainers among Top 100 cryptocurrencies by market cap: HC (+46.77%), RIF (+20.80%), and XVG (+15.77%);
2. Top 3 losers among Top 100 cryptocurrencies by market cap: BCN (-8.74%), ODE (-7.12%), and EGT (-6.07%).
Top 3 Gainers and Losers in Categories
1. Top 3 gainers among 24 categories: Content Copyright (+23.22%), Cross Chain Technology (+21.47%), and Side Chain Concept (+16.27%);
2. Top 3 losers among 24 categories: DAG Technology (-1.41%), Authentication (-1.30%), and Payment Concept (-1.29%).
Cap Flows of Coins/Exchanges
1. Top 3 capital inflows within the last 24 hours: DASH (+$364.97 mln), USDC (+$317.57 mln), and BTC (+$262.16 mln);
2. Top 3 capital outflows within the last 24 hours: TUSD (-$285.55 mln), PAX (-$141.14 mln), and HT (-$15.82 mln);
3. Net inflows/outflows of exchanges: Binance (+$17.44 mln), Bitfinex (-$2.87 mln), and Coinbase Pro (-$621.17 k).
02:16
BTC Topped List Of Crypto Net Inflows With Over $3 Million In Past 2 Hours
Monitored by CoinNess.com, from 00:00 to 02:00 (UTC) on August 18, BTC registered a net inflow of over $3 million in the past two hours.
1. The Top 3 net cap inflows in the crypto market are: BTC (+$3.67 mln), KCS (+$554.8 k), BNB (+$483.1 k);
2. The Top 3 net cap outflows in the crypto market are: LTC (-$2.71 mln), ETH (-$2.36 mln), EOS (-$1.44 mln).
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02:04
Major Analysts' Opinions: BTC Will Go Lower Before It Goes Higher
As of 21:00 on August 17 (UTC), Bitcoin (BTC) trades around the $10,100 level. Now it marks $10,103.11 with a decrease of 3.24% in the past 24 hours. CoinNess.com editors have selected opinions from three popular crypto analysts for your market analysis.
Bearish:
1. Marcelo280289: "Current trading path showing signs to break to the downside, unless a surge to the upside is realized. We failing to rally past the 21EMA, even if that is breached, we would need to blast past the 55EMA to register any bullish movement. Bull Targets: $10,500, $10,800, $11,500 so much confluence on the way up, we will likely not rally past that unless some magical volume pushes us past that. Bear Targets: $10,000, $9,700, $9,000, $8,500 (Unfilled CME gap) very strong resistance on the $10,000-$9,000 range, a clear pass of these range is needed for further lows."
2. jack_hartmann: "I wanted to publish this idea to show that lower levels are still in play. Any break down of BTC (see my previous- shorter term- post below) could easily send the price back towards 6,000 USD. I have no reason to believe BTC would go lower than 6,000 USD at this time. However, we must still keep this in mind. **Notice**; however, BTC could go ape shit if it breaks above the top line. Aka, if we see Bitcoin going strongly above 12,000 USD in the coming month(s), this would be extremely bullish IMO. But we are showing signs of weakness. So, it is my opinion that BTC will go lower before it goes higher. "
3. Mihir: "The pullback height hasn't been good enough though it was strong. My bias for the down fall continues. I see minor support near $9900. [Still, the upper boundary to be watched.]"
02:04
BTC Surged by 1.05% Within 5 Mins
CoinNess Market Index shows that BTC surged by 1.05% within 5 minutes. BTC currently marks $10168.79 on Binance.
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02:04
CZ: Teenager Refused To Discuss Numbers In USD, And Insisted On BNB Numbers
Binance CEO CZ shared a story via Twitter. His tweet reads, "Had an interesting interaction with a 14-year-old today. He refused to discuss numbers in USD, and insisted on #BNB numbers. The next generation will be #CryptoNative."
02:04
BTC Goes Up To The 10200 USDT Level On Binance, Now Reading 10211.67 USDT (-2.04%)
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02:04
24H News Roundup August 17: Binance Has Been Approved By The App Store
[Policy]
1. The Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee (COAC), a United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) advisory committee, is planning to launch a live test of its blockchain-based intellectual property rights proof of concept.
[Cryptocurrency]
1. Crypto analyst Preethi Kasireddy's tweet (@iam_preethi) shows that around 2.03% Bitcoin addresses control 80.46% of all Bitcoins;
2. Bitcoin fell about 15% this week to around the $10,100 level, the biggest five-day slide since November 2018;
3. The Litecoin Foundation is restructuring its fundraising and project management model;
4. Qtum Core has been upgraded to Bitcoin Core v0.18.0 with staker improvements and bug fixes.
[Exchange & Wallet]
1. Binance has been approved by the App Store and trading is once again accessible to Apple smartphone users.
[Others]
1. The "real" Satoshi Nakamoto vows to reveal himself as the true inventor of Bitcoin over the next few days.
02:04
Unconfirmed Transactions On BTC Network Marks 922
Citing data from BTC.com, as of 00:34 UTC on August 18, the number of unconfirmed transactions on the BTC network marks 922. In addition, Bitcoin's mining difficulty marks 9.99 T and is estimated to increase by 3.63% to 10.35 T in 17 hours. The 24-hour transaction rate (txs/s) marks 3.75, with the network hashrate reporting 72.52 EH/s.
02:04
ZG.com To Enable Trading For YottaBytes (YO)
Citing the official announcement, ZG.com has enabled the deposit and withdrawal of YottaBytes (YO) at 06:00 UTC on August 17. The trading platform will list the YO/USDT trading pair at 06:00 on August 18.
02:04
Reconciling Blockchain Technology With California Consumer Privacy Act
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), which will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020, has signaled a new push in the United States to strengthen and broaden privacy regulations.
The CCPA's obligations are limited to "businesses," which are defined as any for-profit company doing business in California that collects personal information and satisfies at least one of the following thresholds:
1. Receives an annual gross revenue in excess of $25 million.
2. Annually buys, sells, or, for commercial purposes, receives or shares personal information of at least 50,000 California consumers, households or devices.
3. Derives 50% or more of its annual revenue from "selling" California consumer personal information.
02:04
Nearly 30k BTC Transferred From PlusToken Wallet By Fractional Amounts
On August 17, among the key addresses monitored by the China-based blockchain security firm PeckShield, a PlusToken wallet address which starts with 33FKcw initiated transactions once again, and sent plenty of fractional amounts (1-10 BTC) to different addresses. Starting from August 13, a total of 37,922 BTC has been distributed to nine relay addresses firstly, among which holds roughly 5,000 coins each. At present, 29,805 of 37,922 BTC have been moved, and there is no clue whether these coins are sent to exchanges.
02:04
Due to the ELA main net upgrade, Huobi Global has now suspended the deposit and withdrawal of ELA.
01:51
Due to the ELA main net upgrade, Huobi Global has now suspended the deposit and withdrawal of ELA.
01:49
Nearly 30k BTC Transferred From PlusToken Wallet By Fractional Amounts
On August 17, among the key addresses monitored by the China-based blockchain security firm PeckShield, a PlusToken wallet address which starts with 33FKcw initiated transactions once again, and sent plenty of fractional amounts (1-10 BTC) to different addresses. Starting from August 13, a total of 37,922 BTC has been distributed to nine relay addresses firstly, among which holds roughly 5,000 coins each. At present, 29,805 of 37,922 BTC have been moved, and there is no clue whether these coins are sent to exchanges.
01:28
Reconciling Blockchain Technology With California Consumer Privacy Act
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), which will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020, has signaled a new push in the United States to strengthen and broaden privacy regulations.
The CCPA's obligations are limited to "businesses," which are defined as any for-profit company doing business in California that collects personal information and satisfies at least one of the following thresholds:
1. Receives an annual gross revenue in excess of $25 million.
2. Annually buys, sells, or, for commercial purposes, receives or shares personal information of at least 50,000 California consumers, households or devices.
3. Derives 50% or more of its annual revenue from "selling" California consumer personal information.
01:09
ZG.com To Enable Trading For YottaBytes (YO)
Citing the official announcement, ZG.com has enabled the deposit and withdrawal of YottaBytes (YO) at 06:00 UTC on August 17. The trading platform will list the YO/USDT trading pair at 06:00 on August 18.
00:36
Unconfirmed Transactions On BTC Network Marks 922
Citing data from BTC.com, as of 00:34 UTC on August 18, the number of unconfirmed transactions on the BTC network marks 922. In addition, Bitcoin's mining difficulty marks 9.99 T and is estimated to increase by 3.63% to 10.35 T in 17 hours. The 24-hour transaction rate (txs/s) marks 3.75, with the network hashrate reporting 72.52 EH/s.



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