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An art lover who paid $120,000 for an installation of an over-ripe banana duct-taped to a wall, had his investment eaten by a performance artist. One hopes that if he has that much money to ‘waste’ on what is now just a banana skin with some tape stuck to it, he’s already filled his bags with
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Bitcoin has turned bearish again this week following an 18% climb the previous week. Market sentiment is generally negative and analysts are eyeing further losses and a return to the $6k level. Is BTC still that overvalued? According to Metcalfe’s Laws BTC is Overvalued Bitcoin took another turn south during early Asian trading today when
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A bearish cross on Bitcoin’s monthly moving average convergence/divergence (MACD) indicator could spell challenging times ahead. Such crosses occur when the 26-week moving average (MA) of BTC price goes above the 12-week MA. A Cross Into Bearish Territory As pointed out in a tweet yesterday by commentator, Byzantine General, the 12-week MA fell below the 26-week
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New image of PlayStation 5 dev kit appears online. Offers first look at PS5 controller. Unlikely to be the final retail design. We’ve known what the PlayStation 5 dev kit looks like for a few months now. Late summer spawned patent documents registered by Sony before an in-the-flesh image found its way onto the internet
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Bitcoin has continued its cataclysmic November, with price dropping further overnight to levels not seen since this May. Although it is little consolation, it never hurts to examine potential reasons following a crash, so without further ado… 1. BitMEX Dumping On The Market Yes, we’ve said it before, but that doesn’t make it less true. One
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The stock-to-flow (SF) measure proposed by PlanB has become widely accepted as an accurate model to predict the price of Bitcoin given the strong correlation that persists to this day. We’ve previously discussed this model on several occasions, However, according to crypto analysis resource Byte Tree, the model has some underlying flaws. SF Is Nice,
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Tesla launched its pick-up truck with a bang this week, and then a crash, as its windows were smashed in a demonstration to show that they were unbreakable. Tesla has still received 150,000 pre-orders, despite the gaffe, although the company does not currently accept direct payment in Bitcoin. Bitcoin Price Well, there hasn’t been a lot
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