Need a breakout on either side.
Highest volume on Kraken was against Euro which suggests that Europeans are probably feeling more comfortable now.
We need Europe, Japan, Korea and other places to compensate for the liquidity that was coming from China.
Saw a few people talking about Bitshares. Bitshares looks good technically.
I see them running some ads in places. Could see a pump. But trade within your own risk and don't go all in.
DASHBTC should touch 0.083/0.080
But it is highly manipulative and so you have to be super cautious about trading it.You can try to ride the hype with money that you're comfortable losing. ( 0.5-2% of your portfolio)
Looking for some spike in volume to jump on the train.
Don't like IOTA atm.
Could see some more correction. But I believe almost everyone would be aware by now about how manipulative iota is.
Their tech is great, just that prices are very manipulative by a few big hands.
Gotta Love Lisk. It barely went down when all other cryptos were heading down. Diminishing volumes though.
Could shoot up if volume picks up. Closely watching that one and have setup alarms to jump on it when we see the signs of volume picking up
NEO is not able to close above 26.4 on 4H chart. 26.4 is also 200MA on 4H chart.
Was planning to jump on the NEO train if it had closed above that.
I'm going to wait for some time now.
Sia Coin looks like turning up.
Heard from a friend who works at sia that the management team lost access to one of the accounts where they had stored their SiaCoins.
If true, it basically means that number of outstanding tokens have reduced by them losing access to one big account.
Low liquidity affects XRP's solution big time.
Feel it's grossly overvalued with this low liquidity