New Tools Help Crypto Traders Make Smarter Decisions (news.bitcoin.com)

If knowledge is power, today’s traders are stronger than they’ve ever been. The range and function of analytical tools is improving by the day, presenting investors with a smorgasbord of options. Sites such as Onchainfx are continually adding new features, empowering traders to make more informed decisions based on more data sets.
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Wall Street Analyst Creates 'Bitcoin Misery Index' For Traders

Wall Street strategist and co-founder of Fundstrat Global Advisors Thomas Lee has developed a 'contrarian index' that lets investors know how 'miserable' Bitcoin (BTC) holders are based on current prices, CNBC reports. The index is called the Bitcoin Misery Index (BMI) and was designed as a trading …
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Beating Bitcoin Requires Alt-Coin Traders to Mind Correlations

Investors saw this last year when Bitcoin's 1,400 percent surge dominated headlines, yet smaller peers such as Ripple and Stellar far outperformed the world's biggest cryptocurrency. When Bitcoin rallied, its tight correlation with rivals broke down, according to a Bloomberg analysis. On the contrary …
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2 bitcoin traders were held at gunpoint in an armed raid in rural England

Two bitcoin traders were robbed at gunpoint at their home in rural England when armed criminals forced them to carry out cryptocurrency transfers. Danny Aston and his girlfriend Amy Jay, who jointly run a cryptocurrency trading company, were forced to digitally transfer bitcoin by four men who broke …
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Bitcoin Slips After Frantic Rally as Traders Await Fresh Signals

Bitcoin's gyrations in early 2018 has investors, regulators and onlookers debating whether the speculative bubble has popped after a 1,400 percent ascent last year. While it staged multiple comebacks in 2017 following double-digit losses, the digital coin has not been able to string together a rally …
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South Korea Announces Crypto Traders Could Face Fines Under New System (news.bitcoin.com)

The South Korean government has announced that cryptocurrency traders will be fined if they do not convert from existing virtual accounts, which allows for anonymous trading, to real-name accounts. Regardless of their service levels to crypto exchanges, banks have been ordered to implement the new system this month as planned.
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