Bitcoin Cash Price Changed by -2.29 percent

The trading volume on Bitstamp is 265988.00. Bitcoin Cash BCH/BTC on Bittrex exchange is 333.48. The trading volume on Bittrex is 481298.00.

As at 2019-08-12 average Bitcoin Cash price is 332.69633120 USD, 0.02910808 BTC, 1.56787342 ETH.

Bitcoin Cash average change within 24 hour is -2.29 against USD, -2.33 against BTC, -0.61 against ETH. Weekly report: -4.69 against USD, -2.13 against BTC, 4.28 against ETH. Monthly report: -2.51 against USD, -4.74 against BTC, 22.78 against ETH.

In this regard, 24 hour trading volume is 696118000.89330000 USD or 60904.36400773 BTC. At the same time Bitcoin Cash market capitalization is 5969836427 USD or $522309 BTC.

Bitcoin Cash BCH/BTC on bitFlyer exchange is 332.16. The trading volume on bitFlyer is 10182.28.

At the same time Bitcoin Cash BCH/KRW on Bithumb exchange is 328.14. The trading volume on Bithumb is 3702632.00.

Bitcoin Cash BCH/MXN on Bitso exchange is 335.86. The trading volume on Bitso is 24105.00.

Bitcoin Cash BCH/BTC on Bitstamp exchange is 333.43. The trading volume on Bitstamp is 265988.00.

Bitcoin Cash BCH/BTC on Bittrex exchange is 333.48. The trading volume on Bittrex is 481298.00.

It’s noteworthy that is issued into circulation Bitcoin Cash.

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Litecoin (LTC) soars 2.14% on August 11-12

Litecoin (LTC) had a good 24 hours as the cryptocurrency jumped $1.85 or 2.14% trading at $88.29. According to Top Crypto Experts, Litecoin (LTC) …

Litecoin (LTC) had a good 24 hours as the cryptocurrency jumped $1.85 or 2.14% trading at $88.29. According to Top Crypto Experts, Litecoin (LTC) eyes $97.12 target on the road to $168.25. LTC last traded at Bitstamp exchange. It had high of $91.39 and low of $85.19 for August 11-12. The open was $86.44. About 272,126 LTC worth $24.17M traded hands.

Litecoin (LTC) is down -12.64% in the last 30 days from $101.06 per coin. Its up 13.00% in the last 100 days since when traded at $78.13 and the annual trend is up. 200 days ago LTC traded at $32.83. LTC has 63.02M coins mined giving it $5.56 billion market cap. Litecoin maximum coins available are 84.00 million. LTC uses Scrypt algorithm and PoW proof type. It was started on 13/10/2011.

Litecoin LTC – provides faster transaction confirmations (2.5 minutes on average) and uses a memory-hard, scrypt-based mining proof-of-work algorithm to target the regular computers and GPUs most people already have – which are its main differentials to Bitcoin. The Litecoin network is scheduled to produce 84 million currency units with a halving in reward every four years just like bitcoin. The coin was created by a Google employee, Charles Lee. Litecoin is in second spot to Bitcoin and has spawned numerous clones – however it has a solid base of support and dedicated development team.

The Litecoin project is currently maintained by a core group of 6 software developers, led by Charles Lee, with a large community that is growing in support.

In May 2017, Litecoin became the first of the Top 5 (By Market Cap) cryptocurrencies to implement the SegWit scaling solution. Later in May of the same year, the first Lightning Network transaction was completed through litecoin, transferring 0.00000001 LTC from Zurich to San Francisco in under one second.

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5 Major Bitcoin Exchanges See Losses for First Time in 2 Weeks

24H BTC exchange on-chain flows:#binance: $20M in | $39M out#bitstamp: $17M in | $19M out#bittrex: $2M in | $3M out#poloniex: $991K in | $2M …
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Anja van Oosterhout

Anja van Oosterhout| Aug 12, 2019 | 08:00


Five of the world’s biggest Bitcoin exchanges all saw more money leave them than enter them this weekend, data shows.


Money on the Move

As highlighted by ecosystem monitoring resource Token Analyst, August 12 saw a surprisingly taxing trading session for exchanges, despite ongoing strength in the Bitcoin price.

🚨 24H BTC exchange on-chain flows:#binance: $20M in | $39M out#bitstamp: $17M in | $19M out#bittrex: $2M in | $3M out#poloniex: $991K in | $2M out#bitmex: $6M in | $16M out

See more at https://t.co/6AFFM1D63p

— TokenAnalyst (@thetokenanalyst) August 12, 2019

According to the statistics, Binance, Bitstamp, Bittrex, BitMEX and Poloniex all ended the day with negative cash flows.

Such a 24-hour period had not occurred since July 29, when news of BitMEX’s investigation by US authorities sparked an exodus of funds and a wider sell-off.

Token Analyst had previously released research showing the extent to which exchange inflows can precede a jump in a token’s price.

With Ethereum (ETH) as an example, data highlighted Binance, Bitfinex, Bittrex and Kraken as being especially telling of a forthcoming move.

As Bitcoinistreported, altcoin markets have diverged significantly from Bitcoin since its bull run began in April this year. While gains for BTC investors have been consistent, altcoins have languished and so far failed to copy Bitcoin’s success.

Bitcoin’s overall market cap share is among the highest it has been in over two years, challenging 70% of the $296 billion total.

Bitcoin Price Fails To Fill Coffers

Despite Bitcoin remaining in its top 2% historical price range, exchanges have faced various hurdles in recent weeks alone.

Binance fended off rumors of a security compromise last week, which impacted severely on the price of its native token, Binance Coin.

BitMEX remains under investigation by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), over concerns US traders were circumventing blocking measures to trade on the platform.

The company’s CEO, Arthur Hayes, has meanwhile gone to live in an unspecified remote location until September, according to his Twitter account.

More broadly, the exchange sector is subject to fluctuations as a result of regulatory upheaval. Currently, India is in focus, due to plans to ban cryptocurrency interaction altogether for citizens.

At the same time, Japan is licensing a steady stream of new actors, while Binance is preparing to launch a dedicated US version of its platform.

In July, CEO Changpeng Zhao (known as CZ) said that a hypothetical US ban on cryptocurrency would fail to kill the industry.

What do you think about the exchange data? Let us know in the comments below!


Images via Shutterstock, Twitter @thetokenanalyst

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Top 13 mobile apps to trade crypto on the go

Tab Trader is a free trading terminal for trading across several cryptocurrency exchanges including Coinbase, Binance, Bitstamp, HitBtc, and Gemini …

Apart from using desktop wallets and exchange platforms — most of which are accessible over the website — to trade cryptocurrency, trading can also quite easily be done on mobile and below are some of the crypto trading apps you can keep closer whether you are a novice or experienced crypto trader.

Tab Trader

Tab Trader is a free trading terminal for trading across several cryptocurrency exchanges including Coinbase, Binance, Bitstamp, HitBtc, and Gemini and 20 other cryptocurrency exchanges. It is being used by more than 400,000 people across 178 countries. Not only can traders place multiple types of orders on Tab Trader including limit order, market order, stop-loss, and take-profit orders, they can also settle position functions over a variety of exchanges. Users are able to manage their accounts opened with different exchanges, from a single unified interface. The platform also offers push notifications about price events without relying on mobile data.

Tab Trader connects to wallets via API keys which are either kept by users themselves or stay on the different exchanges which they have connected to the platform.

In addition to trading, users also gain access into technical analysis, can make chats, add trend, horizontal lines and take advantage of technical indicators to make their trading better. Customers are able to set desired price brackets and to receive push notifications about those events and therefore do no longer need to monitor charts and at the same time do not miss trade opportunities.

It is available for Android and iOS.

Coinigy

Coinigy professional cryptocurrency trading and portfolio management tool offers extensive charts, trading and real-time market data tracking and analyses. With this app, traders can trade crypto across 30 different exchanges from a single account. Thus it works more like TabTrader. However, while TabTrader is free, Coigny is not: after a free trial period of 30 days, a customer can buy a pro trader status for $18.66 per month with an annual subscription.

Professional API access costs $99.99 per month and comes with unlimited trading for no fees, high-definition charting, advanced technical analysis tools, and additional security.

It is available for both iOS and Android.

Muunship

Muunship is a new app that works like TabTrader on desktop, Android and also iOS. It allows users to connect their different and multiple exchange accounts or wallets and access all of them from a single platform and they can even execute orders across these exchanges. Muunship currently supports Bitfinex, BitMex, Binance, HitBTC, Poloniex. Bittrex, and KuCoin. It lets users to connect to these exchanges through API keys that are held at the exchanges or stored locally on the user’s device. The app allows drag and drop orders on charts, stop orders, trailing stop orders, and server side alerts.

This app also gives users access to professional charting tools through integration of TradingView. This allows users to access over 70 indicators and many drawing tools and customization. Users are able to change prices of orders by dragging the orders onto charts. They can also track historically executed orders with their prices and time. Users/traders are able to set alerts as they wish without any limits.

Users can filter markets by exchange, pair, volume, net change, etc.

This app also supports 6 bots trading types and assists, that is integrated with 3commas and Zignaly crypto trading bots.

zTrader

zTrader is a cloud-based automated trading software that analyzes market data and performs trades on a client’s behalf 24/7. It can be used as an alternative to Coigny and/or TabTrader for those wanting to trade multiple pairs across multiple exchanges. Use of algorithm makes trades precise and accurate to execute, and the bot buys and sells based on technical indicators and professional trading strategies. It currently supports several indicators including the usual MACD, EMA, canndlle patterns, Bollinger Bands, Fibonacci Levels, and Ichimoku Clouds and Weighted Moving Average among many others.

Because it runs automatically, a trader will barely miss any trade opportunity and the execution is fast as you would expect. It also renders direct notifications by email from all the trades it makes; traded pair, price bought/sold, profit and date/time.

The demo account can be run for seven days without any payment. After the free trial, a trader can choose to pay a fee of 0.75% per trade or an annual payment of 0.25 BTC for the full license.

BitUniverse

BitUniverse supports trading of crypto over 22 crypto exchanges just like does Tab Trader. The exchange app features a Grid Trading Bot that can be used to trade coins across these exchanges and according to their website, delivers an annualized return of over 100%.

BiUniverse also delivers real time tickers for 6000 coins and supports 240 crypto exchanges. It also provides candlestick charts with 22 indicators including MACD, BOOL, RSI, ARBR, CR, EMV etc. It can also be used to store Ethereum tokens as it features an Ethereum wallet and ERC20 token wallet, supporting close to 50 different wallets.

Apps by top centralized crypto exchanges

All of the top ten centralized crypto exchanges offer fiat on-ramps and with these, you are able to deposit fiat to buy crypto or withdraw fiat to bank accounts. Good thing is that most also have mobile apps that can be used to access their exchanges and to trade. The other good thing with these exchanges is that, in addition to fiat on-ramps, they support hundreds of pairs to exchange.

Coinbase

Coinbase is certainly one of the well-known crypto trading app which has a user base over 25 million world-wide. Moreover, it allows users to buy cryptocurrencies through credit card and bank transfers. Coinbase has an Android and iOS mobile app for trading crypto and for trade analyses and access of trade histories. Their app provides colorful charts and graphs so traders/potential traders/users can track change in prices, trading histories, and notifications of latest crypto news from allover the globe.

Binance

Binance, the second largest crypto exchange by adjusted trading volume according to CoinMarketCap data, also has an Android app in addition to their trading platform being accessible via desktop, web and macOS. The Android app, which used to be on the App store but has since been removed, can now be downloaded on their website as an apk. Coinbase offers to traders some advantages such as discounts on trading fees when trading is done via its own ERC-20 token BNB as the base token/currency. This happens with pretty almost any other cryptocurrency exchange that has a native token.

Bitfinex

Bitfinex mobile for iOS and Android allows for trading with margins, order and position management, transferring crypto between wallets and checking latest movements in prices and markets, bidding, and notifications on trade execution and price alerts. The app allows users to log in by generating API keys and importing it into the app for submission instead of using normal usernames and passwords.

Bitstamp

Bitstamp also does have iOS and Android app that allows users to login with fingerprints or face IDs, and to perform four types of orders; users can also access real-time charts and order books, and analytical tools. Customers can also choose to use the advanced Tradeview interface when trading on the exchange.

Kucoin

KuCoin, another cryptocurrency exchange known for low trading fees of 0.1%, has a mobile app for both Android and iOS in addition to the website-based trading platform. The mobile app also allow the buying, selling, depositing and withdrawal of over 350 coins listed on the platform.

Coinbene

CoinBene also has an Android and iOS trading application for its customers. Like many others in the list, it allows for professional charting, as well as swift deposit and withdrawal.

IDAX

IDAX, has Android or iOS apps. HitBTC, which has so far managed $708,856,979 equivalent in trading volume, has an Android app that is suitable for starter and professional traders alike.

Okex

Apart from the exchanges above, other top exchanges with crypto mobile trading apps include OKEx, the largest exchange by adjusted volume, which has a iOS and Android application that allows people to do even margin trading on-the-go, spot trading, streaming of quotes in real time, access to interactive and spot chart for digital assets and to view trading records in details among other things.

Other exchanges with Android and iOS apps that allow you to trade on the go include Dobi Exchange, which combines crypto exchange with ATM machines that allow to exchange digital currencies with fiat. Other centralized exchanges with mobile trading apps include Kraken (iOS), Bitstamp (iOS and Android), Bithumb (test version iOS and Android), Bitmax (iOS and Android) for both crypto-crypto and crypto-fiat trading, and Exrates.me.

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Crypto Markets Rally to Start Asian Trading as Demand Shifts to Hong Kong

Crypto markets swung higher at the start of Monday trading, with bitcoin cash rebounding from two-week lows and XRP returning above a key …

Crypto markets swung higher at the start of Monday trading, with bitcoin cash rebounding from two-week lows and XRP returning above a key long-term support. Bitcoin was back in a stable trading range after the market rejected another attempt to overtake $12,000.

Crypto Market Update

All of the top-15 coins reported gains at the start of the Asian session. Among the majors, bitcoin cash was the top performer, gaining 6% to $335.93. The fourth-largest cryptocurrency by market cap has recovered around 9% from Saturday’s swing low, which also happened to be a two-week bottom.

XRP clawed back above the 30-cent mark and was last up 1.2% at $0.3019. It had traded as low as $0.2932 on Saturday. The decline pushed XRP closer to the next major support zone located at $0.28. A breach of that level would have set Ripple’s currency on track for a steep fall.

Litecoin’s price briefly returned above $90 before backtracking slightly. The no. 5 coin was last up 4.4% at $89.53.

Read: Litecoin Halving Fails to Attract Bids.

Like the rest of the majors, Ethereum swung sharply lower at the start of the weekend, coming within a few dollars of $200, a level it hasn’t seen in almost three months. At the time of writing, ether had gained 4% to $215.57.

As far as bitcoin goes, the price is holding steady just below $11,500. The coin reached a low of $11,080 on Bitstamp earlier in the day. Despite the modest uptick, bitcoin is carving out a path of lower lows after failing to break $12,000 convincingly for the second time in a month.

The combined value of all coins in circulation was a hair below $300 billion, according to CoinMarketCap. Bitcoin’s dominance is 68.6%, which is slightly below the recent high near 70%.

Are Hong Kong Protests Fueling Crypto Demand?

With Hong Kong entering its tenth week of demonstrations, some analysts believe that cryptocurrencies could play a major role in the Special Administrative Region moving forward. As Forbes recently pointed out, young protestors are refusing to use centralized payment methods to maintain their anonymity and ensure that local governments can’t track their participation in the demonstrations.

“Cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin were built to address several of the most pressing points in the Hong Kong protests, which are at the forefront of what it means to protest against a state equipped with all of the sophisticated technologies of the 21st century and the unrestrained ability to weaponize those capabilities against its citizenry,” wrote Roger Huang in an article that was published Sunday.

Although the protests were originally centered on proposed extradition legislation that would have made it easier to hand over accused prisoners to Mainland China, they have evolved to include other grievances as well. Since June, Hong Kong residents have also been demonstrating against the excessive use of force by local police, which has designated the protests as “riots.”
In the meantime, the price of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have a hefty premium on Hong Kong exchanges. At last check, the quote price for BTC/USD was $12,000 on TideBit, a Hong Kong-based exchange.

Disclaimer: The author owns bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but does not engage in short-term or day-trading.

Featured image courtesy of Shutterstock. Chart via CoinMarketCap.

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