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Bitcoin Price Analysis: Strong Rally Tests Trend-Changing Behavior

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin Price Analysis

In a potentially trend-changing move, bitcoin has now managed establish its first *higher* low since the beginning of this years crypto bear market. In mid-June, after seeing a short-lived bounce from this year’s low in the upper $5,000s, the bitcoin market took a very harsh, unrelenting move that dropped the price from the mid $8000s to the $5900s. After such a strong move, the market managed to stabilize just above its previous low:

fig 1Figure 1: BTC-USD, Daily Candles, New Higher Low

Currently, the market is enjoying a steady climb from its newly established, higher low. This marks the first time since the beginning of the bear market that we’ve held support above a previous low. Although this is a definite bullish trend signal, there is still some proving ground left for this market if it’s going to shake off its bearish ways. The next line of defense for the bears lies at the 61%, macro Fibonacci retracement value shown below:

fig 2Figure 2: BTC-USD, Daily Candles, 61% Fib Retracement

As you can see, the level outlined above has been a point of significance, time and time again, throughout the life the bear market. If the market can break above the resistance level and manage to turn it into support, that would be a *huge* win for the bulls and it would further support the idea of a trend change for this bear market.

So far, every time we have broken the resistance, we have failed to find support at this level. Finding support would indicate supply has been shaken out at the lower levels and has been properly absorbed by the market. In order for the market to find a meaningful uptrend, supply must be absorbed by the bulls.

Another trend-changing characteristic we would like to see is the break of the downward trendline shown below in red:

fig 3Figure 3: BTC-USD, 12-Hour Candles, Downtrend Line

At the time of this article, we are butting right up against the downtrend line. The current price level is very important as it has a large number of things that, if broken, will likely signal a strong round of buying.

Not only is there a significant price level for trend pivots, but it is also the trendline that has defined the market over the last 7 months. While establishing a higher low is *definitely* important, what’s more important, in my opinion, is the test of the downtrend line and the 61% Fib level.

Summary:

  1. Bitcoin managed to hold a higher low for the first time since the beginning of the bear market.
  2. It is currently seeing a strong rally that has it testing key resistance of both the downtrend line, and the 61% Fib level.
  3. Volume is currently relatively low, but if we break above the resistance and hold support, this will be a very strong signal for the bulls to step in.
  4. Until we break above resistance and hold support, this rally could be just another rally in an otherwise volatile market. Keep an eye out for the current price level because it’s a very important level to watch.

Trading and investing in digital assets like bitcoin and ether is highly speculative and comes with many risks. This analysis is for informational purposes and should not be considered investment advice. Statements and financial information on Bitcoin Magazine and BTC Media related sites do not necessarily reflect the opinion of BTC Media and should not be construed as an endorsement or recommendation to buy, sell or hold. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.


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Andreas Antonopoulos: A Bitcoin ETF is Inevitable, but Damaging

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Author of the book ‘Mastering Bitcoin’ and noted bitcoin advocate Andreas Antonopoulos believes that a Bitcoin ETF is imminent. However, he insists that the long-term implication of such fund will do more harm than good for the original cryptocurrency. Intermediary Bitcoin ownership Antonopoulos described an exchange traded fund(ETF) as a fund that has a custodian

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Bitcoin Price Intraday Analysis: BTC/USD Could Attempt Pullback

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

On Monday, bitcoin price corrected weakly to the downside, summing up the pullback close to 3 percent. The BTC/USD looked lazy the whole day. The pair earlier corrected from its intraday high near 7340-fiat and continued its fall until hitting today’s low at 7203-fiat during the Asian morning session. The pair recovered later in an

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Bitcoin as a Privacycoin: This Tech is Making Bitcoin More Private

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin as a Privacycoin: This Tech is Making Bitcoin More Private

Ever since its inception Bitcoin has never really been private. Although Satoshi Nakamoto’s white paper suggests privacy was a design goal of the protocol, government agencies, analytics companies and other interested parties — let’s call them “spies” — have ways to analyze the public blockchain and peer-to-peer network, to cluster Bitcoin addresses and tie them to IP addresses or other identifying information.

A lack of privacy is a problem. Bitcoin users might not necessarily want the world to know where they spend their money, what they earn or how much they own, while businesses may not want to leak transaction details to competitors — to name a few examples. Additionally, a lack of privacy could lead to a loss of fungibility: the property by which each monetary unit is worth the same as any other, which is an essential requirement for money. If, for example, it can be established that certain coins were at some point used for politically sensitive purposes, some might be less willing to accept these “tainted” coins as payment, harming fungibility for all of Bitcoin.

Fortunately, spying on Bitcoin users is becoming increasingly difficult. Recent months in particular saw the introduction of a number of promising, privacy-enhancing technologies, and several more solutions should be released throughout the rest of the year or the next.

Here’s an overview of some of the most promising projects.

TumbleBit

Almost two years in the making, TumbleBit was long among the most highly anticipated privacy solutions to be rolled out on Bitcoin.

TumbleBit is a coin-mixing protocol that uses a (centralized) tumbler to create off-chain payment channels between participants in a mixing session. Through these channels, all participants send coins and receive an equal amount of different coins in return. This process breaks the trail of ownership for all: neither spies nor any of the participants can re-establish who paid who. Further, and importantly, TumbleBit utilizes clever cryptographic tricks to ensure that even the tumbler can’t establish a link between the users.

TumbleBit does require two on-chain transactions per participant (one to open a channel, one to close it). While a trustless solution, this does make it one with somewhat higher fees than the alternatives.

TumbleBit was first proposed in 2016 by an academic research team from Boston University, George Mason University and North Carolina State University, headed by Ethan Heilman and presented at Scaling Bitcoin Milan in the fall of that year. The ball really got rolling when NBitcoin developer Nicolas Dorier implemented an early version of the technology, which was later improved by privacy-focused developer Ádám Ficsór and others, to ultimately be implemented in Stratis’ Breeze wallet.

This Breeze wallet was officially released about a month ago, meaning that TumbleBit is currently available for anyone to use — though usage (and, therefore, the privacy-providing anonymity set) is reportedly still low.

ETA: Available now

Chaumian CoinJoin and ZeroLink

CoinJoin is an old idea by Bitcoin standards, first proposed by Bitcoin Core contributor Gregory Maxwell in 2013. In essence, the trick is to combine several transactions into one bigger transaction, obfuscating which bitcoins are moving from which sending addresses (“inputs”) to which receiving addresses (“outputs”), exactly.

As a simple example, let’s say Alice, Bob and Carol all want to mix their coins with each other. Using CoinJoin, they can create a transaction that sends money back to themselves, using new addresses not tied to their identity. As long as Alice, Bob and Carol use equal amounts of coins, spies can’t tell which of the new addresses belongs to whom. (If they use different amounts of coins it’s obvious which coins moved where.)

CoinJoin transactions have been a reality for years, but for a long time one problem remained: Someone — like Alice, Bob or Carol — needs to construct the transaction. This person must learn exactly which old addresses are sending bitcoin to which new addresses; otherwise, it would be impossible to construct the transaction. If this person is a spy — which is often impossible to know — the effort becomes pointless: The spy could re-establish the trail of coin ownership.

This problem can also be solved, using a trick mentioned by Gregory Maxwell in the same 2013 proposal, dubbed “Chaumian CoinJoin” (after David Chaum’s blind signature scheme).

In short, Alice, Bob and Carol will now connect to a central Chaumian CoinJoin server, perhaps operated by a wallet provider. First, they all give their sending addresses, as well as blinded (cryptographically scrambled) receiving addresses, which are cryptographically signed by the server. Then, Alice, Bob and Carol disconnect in order to reconnect via a hidden connection (like Tor) and provide their unblinded addresses. Utilizing the magic of Chaumian blind signatures, the server can verify that the unblinded addresses match with the blinded addresses. This allows it to verify that the addresses really belong to Alice, Bob and Carol — not to an attacker — without learning which of the addresses belong to whom.

The Chaumian CoinJoin proposal fell by the wayside for about four years after it was first proposed. Then, about a year ago, Ádám Ficsór — while working on Breeze’s TumbleBit implementation — rediscovered the proposal and decided to implement it.

Embedded in the ZeroLink framework Ficsór has since designed, Chaumian CoinJoin is now implemented in Ficsór’s new privacy-focused Wasabi Wallet, which was recently released in beta. Even more recently, privacy-focused Samourai Wallet announced it will soon release a mobile ZeroLink implementation, called Whirlpool. Yet another, newer wallet by the name of Bob Wallet is also developing a ZeroLink implementation.

ETA: Available now (beta)

Schnorr Signatures for CoinJoin and More

While CoinJoin — including Chaumian CoinJoin — was always possible, and first proposed years ago, it’s never caught on in a big way so far. For a long time, no popular wallet offered the feature, which may be because CoinJoin transactions add complexity, with little upside for those who don’t care about privacy as much.

Schnorr signatures, for which Bitcoin Core and Blockstream developer Pieter Wuille recently presented an official Bitcoin Improvement Proposal (BIP), could help provide this upside.

Named after its inventor Claus-Peter Schnorr, Schnorr signatures are considered by many cryptographers to be the best type of cryptographic signatures in the field. Perhaps the biggest concrete advantage for Bitcoin is that multiple signatures can be aggregated into a single signature. This means that one signature can prove ownership of multiple sending addresses (inputs). Therefore, only one signature is ever needed per regular transaction, no matter how many sending addresses (inputs) are included.

CoinJoin transactions, of course, always include multiple sending addresses as well, at least one for each participant and possibly more. Schnorr signatures could, therefore, add a new benefit to using CoinJoin: They enable all participants, not only to combine their transactions into one, but also to combine their signatures in that transaction into one. This would make the CoinJoin transaction smaller in size than the individual transactions combined would have been which, in turn, means that miners should charge a smaller processing fee.

With Schnorr, there would be a cost benefit to using the most private option, which might just provide the right incentive for wallets to implement it and make it the go-to option for everyone.

In addition, Schnorr signatures’ mathematical properties will benefit a brand new class of more complex, smart contract-like solutions with names like “scriptless scripts,” “Taproot” and “Graftroot.” Interestingly, these solutions would appear like regular Bitcoin transactions on the Bitcoin blockchain. This could for example enable futures markets, decentralized exchanges or insurance contracts without spies being able to identify anything but regular-seeming transactions.

ETA: Optimistically, 2019

STONEWALL

Another CoinJoin-related privacy measure was introduced by Samourai Wallet in May 2018 as a replacement for a similar but inferior solution. Called STONEWALL, the trick doesn’t actually utilize CoinJoin — but makes it seem that it does.

STONEWALL transactions are, in effect, regular transactions: They send bitcoin from one user to another. However, STONEWALL transactions do something odd: They include an unnecessary number of sending addresses (inputs) and change addresses (outputs). This makes the transaction look a lot like a CoinJoin transaction — a transaction where two people are combining their transactions into one — even though, in reality, it isn’t. (More details here.)

The idea behind STONEWALL is to break (indeed, stonewall) the assumptions that spies presumably make when analyzing the Bitcoin blockchain. If these spies can’t tell for sure whether transactions are really CoinJoin transactions or not, any conclusions based on this transaction data is worthless.

Samourai Wallet will soon also deploy 2-wallet STONEWALL, which are real CoinJoin transactions, shared between two users that trust one another with their privacy.

ETA: Available now; 2-wallet STONEWALL to follow in the next month or two

Dandelion

A very different method to deanonymize Bitcoin users is through analysis of the peer-to-peer network. More specifically, spying nodes could monitor the Bitcoin network to try and find out where transactions originate: The first node to transmit a transaction is probably the one that created it.

Dandelion is a solution proposed by a team of academic researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Illinois and MIT. It was recently presented at the Building on Bitcoin conference in Lisbon by Carnegie Mellon University professor Giulia Fanti.

The solution counters network analysis by changing how transactions are spread over the peer-to-peer network. Instead of immediately broadcasting and forwarding a new transaction to as many peers as possible, the Dandelion protocol initially sends a new transaction to only one peer node. This node randomly decides whether it also forwards it to only one peer — or not. If forwarded to only one peer, the next node will randomly decide what to do as well. (And so forth.) If not forwarded to only one peer, the node transitions to broadcasting the transaction to as many peers as possible, and all receiving peer nodes follow suit. This should make it significantly harder for spies to pinpoint where a transaction originated.

A version of Dandelion has already been implemented by the research team, and the general proposal has received a positive response within Bitcoin’s development community. As such, it seems likely to be included in an upcoming Bitcoin Core release (though the very next release, 0.17.0, will come too soon).

ETA: 2019

BIP 151 Encryption

Another older proposal to limit network analysis is BIP 151, authored by Bitcoin Core maintainer and Shift developer Jonas Schnelli. BIP 151 is a somewhat straightforward solution: It would let Bitcoin nodes encrypt traffic (hence, transaction and block data) between them.

It should be noted, however, that in bare form BIP 151 is no panacea for privacy. For one thing, the Bitcoin blockchain is public anyway, and, more importantly, nodes could connect to and share data with the very same spies they’d prefer to hide from. Still, BIP 151 could be a stepping stone to counter several types of attacks, including attacks on privacy (such as man-in-the-middle attacks).

And even in bare form, the solution is arguably better than nothing. Specifically, particular use cases and scenarios would benefit from peer-to-peer encryption; for example, ISPs or open wifi networks would no longer be able to monitor Bitcoin traffic.

While BIP 151 dropped off the radar a little bit for a year or two after it was first proposed, Schnelli recently picked up the project again and re-drafted an “official” BIP to be discussed and potentially included in Bitcoin Core.

ETA: 2019

Compact Client-Side Block Filtering

To use Bitcoin without needing to download and verify the entire blockchain, many people use light clients, like mobile wallets. Unfortunately, almost all of these light clients have weak, if any privacy protection. They typically share their addresses with either a central server or a random node on the network, both of which can be spies or be spied on.

Many of the light clients that (effectively) share their addresses with a random node on the network use a trick called Simplified Payment Verification (SPV). These SPV clients typically use “Bloom filters” to request the transactions potentially relevant for them — if there are any. While such a filter will return false positives, which means the SPV client will request more transactions than strictly needed, these are few compared to downloading all transactions.

Unfortunately, SPV wallets do effectively reveal all their addresses to the nodes they request this data from as well. To tackle this problem, Lightning Labs developers Olaoluwa Osuntokun and Alex Akselrod, along with Coinbase developer Jim Posen, proposed a new solution called “compact client-side block filtering.”

Compact client-side block filtering was originally designed for Lightning Labs’ Lightning-focused Neutrino wallet but can be used by regular Bitcoin wallets as well: the Wasabi Wallet already implemented the solution in its beta release.

Compact, client-side block filtering essentially inverts the trick that current SPV wallets use. Instead of SPV wallets requesting transactions relevant to them by creating and sending out a Bloom filter, full nodes create a similar filter. SPV wallets then use this filter to establish that relevant transactions did not happen. If the filter does produce a match, Neutrino fetches the relevant block to see if the match really concerns the exact transaction, instead of a false positive.

Since SPV wallets using compact, client-side block filtering no longer request anything specific from any node, to instead receive a one-size-fits-all filter, they also reveal nothing about their transaction history.

ETA: Available now (beta)

Liquid and Confidential Transactions

Liquid is the first commercial sidechain developed by blockchain development company Blockstream. Its main purpose is to establish transaction channels between exchanges and other high-volume Bitcoin companies (like brokerages), allowing them to send bitcoin and other assets between them much faster than the Bitcoin blockchain would allow. In the future, regular users (most obviously traders) should be able to access the sidechain too, with special Liquid wallets.

One feature implemented on Liquid is Confidential Transactions (CT). CT is a trick that blinds (hides) the sending and receiving amount(s) in transactions. This is possible because clever cryptography allows math to be performed on the blinded amounts. All Liquid users can verify that the receiving amount(s) did not exceed the sending amount(s). In other words, they can check that no bitcoin was created out of thin air — even if they don’t know exactly how much money changed hands.

In the context of Liquid, this means (among others things) that exchanges can move funds between them without anyone being able to tell how much was moved. The process offers privacy, and competitors will, for example, be unable to tell how much money is held in the exchanges. Meanwhile, traders can no longer use such information to trade on, which is effectively a form of front running possible today due to the public nature of Bitcoin’s blockchain.

As Liquid becomes available to regular traders later on, these users could, most obviously, utilize the protocol to keep their balances hidden from spies, even after withdrawing funds from an exchange to temporarily hold it on the sidechain or move it to a different exchange. In addition, CoinJoin types of solutions could be developed for Liquid wallets, for a particularly powerful combination of privacy technologies. (As several transactions are merged into one and amounts are hidden, establishing links between the addresses becomes virtually impossible.)

Even further out, CT may also be implemented on the main Bitcoin protocol. There are some ideas for how to accomplish this through a backward-compatible soft fork already, but, while technological innovation is advancing, such upgrades would still come with significant detriment for scalability and are probably still far from becoming a reality.

ETA: Available for exchanges and other high-volume Bitcoin companies any day now; regular traders later and mainnet users maybe one day.


Author’s note: This article specifically focuses on new and upcoming privacy technologies; older solutions also include stealth addresses, using a Bitcoin full node as a wallet, Coin Control, JoinMarket and other existing CoinJoin solutions, Ricochet, PayNyms, the Lightning Network’s Spinx, Monero-swapping, centralized mixers (at your own risk) and more.

This cover story was inspired by Ádám Ficsór’s recent tweetstorm on the same topic. Bitcoin Magazine does not endorse any of the products or services mentioned in this article. Always do your own research before sending or storing bitcoin anywhere.


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Dogecoin Recovers Losses, Rises More than 18 Percent

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Dogecoin on Monday recorded more than 18 percent gains against the US Dollar. The DOGE/USD kickstarted the day adding value to its prevailing upside momentum. During the early Asian trading session, the pair had made higher highs towards 0.00572-fiat. It only began to stumble as the session matured and fell towards 0.00498-fiat at the beginning

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Former PayPal CEO Brands Bitcoin a ‘Cult’, Trashes Use Cases

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin believers and enthusiasts beware, you could be unwitting members of a cult if Bill Harris is to be believed. Speaking on CNBC’s Fast Money program, the former CEO of payments services firm PayPal claimed that bitcoin’s supposed advantages are non-existent. “The cult of bitcoin make many claims — that it’s instant, free, scalable, efficient,

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One of China's richest men was arrested in the US on sexual misconduct allegations, then left the country (JD)

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

jd.com liu qiangdong

  • Liu Qiangdong, the founder and CEO of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com was arrested in Minneapolis over the weekend.
  • He was detained over a sexual-misconduct allegation, which his company says is unfounded.
  • Liu has not been charged with anything, and went back to China afterward.
  • China's foreign ministry said it is looking into the matter.


Liu Qiangdong, one of the richest men in China, has returned to China after being briefly arrested in the US over a sexual misconduct allegation.

Liu, the founder and CEO of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, is estimated to be the 16th-richest man in China.

He was arrested on Friday night and released 16 hours later during a business trip in Minneapolis. Hennepin County Sheriff jail records show that he was released without requiring bail.

John Elder, a spokesman for the Minneapolis police department, told Business Insider on Monday that Liu "was released pending formal complaint, which means he is not charged at this time."

He added, however, that police were still conducting an investigation int othe incident.

JD.com said in a statement on the Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo, on Monday evening local time, that Liu "has now returned to China to continue work as normal."

liu qiangdong mugshot

John Elder, a spokesman for the Minneapolis police, told the BBC on Sunday: "There is absolutely no restriction on his travel. The understanding is that if we need to get in touch with him, we will be able to do so."

China's Foreign Ministry said on Monday that it had launched an investigation into Liu's arrest, The Washington Post reported.

The details of the allegation are not clear. Elder declined to provide any further details on the case to Business Insider "because this is an active criminal investigation."

Business Insider has contacted JD.com for further comment.

JD.com on Sunday said Liu had been falsely accused, and that it "will take the necessary legal action against false reporting or rumors."

Liu's arrest came shortly after he tried to distance himself from a different sexual-misconduct scandal. In late July he said he didn't know anything about a sexual assault that was alleged to have taken place after a party he hosted in Sydney in 2015. He was not accused of any wrongdoing in that case.

Liu, also known as Richard, has a net worth of $10.8 billion, or £8.4 billion, according to Forbes. He was named by the latest Forbes billionaire list as the 16th-richest person in China and the 140th-richest person in the world.

JD.com is the second-largest Chinese e-commerce company after Alibaba. The company had 292.5 million active customer accounts in 2017 and reaped a net profit of 50.8 billion yuan, or $7.8 billion, in its 2017 fiscal year, the company said in its annual statement.

Liu is married to Zhang Zetian, who at 24 is China's youngest female billionaire.

SEE ALSO: From internet sensation to China's youngest female billionaire: meet Zhang Zetian, the wife of Liu Qiangong

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‘New Crypto Investors Should Ignore Volatility, Hold for Five Years’: Charlie Shrem

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin advocate Charlie Shrem has said that new crypto investors should not be spooked by the volatility of the asset class, but should rather select a token near the top end of the market and adopt a long term investment position. “Learn and Have Fun With It” Speaking to Yahoo Finance at the MoneyShow Conference

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Bitcoin Cash Gains 14% as Stress Test Hits Transaction Record

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Over the weekend, Bitcoin Cash conducted a stress test designed to prove to merchants and businesses worldwide that its mainnet is capable of scaling on chain and handling huge transaction volumes currently. The principal takeaway from the results of the test was that increased transaction volumes did not lead to a fee surge, and in … Continued

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Laos Central Bank Warns Public Against Cryptocurrency Trading

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Laos’ central bank has published a notice cautioning the public against cryptocurrency trading and their usage in payments. In a notice [PDF], dated 29 August, the Bank of Laos (BOL) said the public is warned against the use of “unregulated” cryptocurrencies, specifically naming Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin as examples. Addressed to merchants, traders and residents, the

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Laos Central Bank Warns Public Against Cryptocurrency Trading

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Laos’ central bank has published a notice cautioning the public against cryptocurrency trading and their usage in payments. In a notice [PDF], dated 29 August, the Bank of Laos (BOL) said the public is warned against the use of “unregulated” cryptocurrencies, specifically naming Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin as examples. Addressed to merchants, traders and residents, the

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This Firm is Betting on a 900MW Wind Farm in the Sahara Desert to Mine Bitcoin

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

As Bitcoin mining becomes more popular, the electrical cost for running the operation is causing a series of problems for local communities and environmental groups. Soluna, a computing company that uses renewable energy to power its systems, wants to offset the carbon footprint of mining Bitcoin by building a wind-powered blockchain computing infrastructure in the

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Thailand AML Watchdog Plans to Seize Bitcoin from Criminal Proceeds

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Thailand’s anti-money laundering agency is considering sealing a loophole that has seen cybercriminals face every other consequence for their actions except have their digital assets confiscated. According to the secretary of Thailand’s Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO), Witthaya Neetitham, the government agency is planning on setting up its own cryptocurrency wallet for the purposes of tackling

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Bitcoin Price Faces Minor Drop as Bulls Run Out of Steam

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin could be in for a minor price pullback as the short-duration charts are flashing signs of bullish exhaustion.

One of China's richest men was arrested in the US on sexual misconduct allegations

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

liu qiangdong mugshot

  • The founder and CEO of Chinese e-commerce company JD.com was arrested in Minneapolis on Friday on sexual misconduct charges.
  • Liu Qiangdong was released about 16 hours later. The investigation remains active.
  • He had been in the US on a business trip.
  • JD.com said the accusations are false and unsubstantiated.


Liu Qiangdong, one of the richest men in China, was briefly arrested during a trip to the US on sexual misconduct allegations.

Liu, the founder and CEO of the e-commerce company JD.com, was arrested around 11:30 p.m. on Friday and released shortly after 4 p.m. the following day, according to Hennepin County Sheriff's Jail records.

Minneapolis police arrested the 44-year-old on suspicion of criminal sexual conduct charges, the jail records said. There are no further details of the alleged incident.

John Elder, a police spokesman, declined to provide any further details of the case or circumstances of the arrest because the investigation is still considered active, according to the Associated Press.

Richard Liu

JD.com on Sunday said the accusations were false and unsubstantiated. The company didn't name the charges.

It said in a statement on Chinese microblogging platform Weibo: "Mr Liu Qiangdong encountered a false accusation while on business in the US. An investigation by local police did not find any evidence of misconduct, and he will continue his trip as planned. We will take the necessary legal action against false reporting or rumors."

Elder also told the BBC: "There is absolutely no restriction on his travel. The understanding is that if we need to get in touch with him, we will be able to do so."

Liu's arrest came shortly after he tried to distance himself from another sexual misconduct scandal. In late July he said he didn't know anything about a sexual assault that was alleged to have taken place at a party he was hosting in Sydney in 2015. He was not accused of any wrongdoing.

Liu, also known as Richard, has a net worth of $10.8 billion (£8.4 billion), according to Forbes. He was named by the Forbes billionaire list as the 16th richest person in China and the 140th richest person in the world.

JD.com is the second largest Chinese e-commerce company after Alibaba. The company had 292.5 million active customer accounts in 2017, and reaped a net profit of 50.8 billion yuan ($7.8 billion) in FY17, the company said in its annual statement.

He is the husband of Zhang Zetian, who at 24 is China's youngest female billionaire.

SEE ALSO: From internet sensation to China's youngest female billionaire: meet Zhang Zetian, the wife of Liu Qiangong

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This 'Frankenstein' model shows how much damage Brexit has already done to the UK economy

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Frankenstein

  • The British economy is already more than 2% smaller than it would have been had voters decided to remain in the EU, a new analysis from UBS shows.
  • Using a "Frankenstein" model, which cobbles together data from other major economies, the bank's economists worked out the hit to UK growth.
  • Alongside slower GDP growth, UBS said that investment, consumption, and the pound are all substantially lower than they could have been if the leave campaign had not triumphed.


You would have to look pretty hard to find an economist who believes Britain's exit from the EU will be — at least in the short and medium term — anything other than a negative for the UK economy.

With the exception of the group Economists for Brexit, every bank, research house and think-tank has modeled a significant decline in British economic output because of the Leave vote, with scenarios where the UK falls out of the EU without a deal showing significantly more economic damage. 

Britain may be just six months away from leaving the EU, but it has not happened. And yet, according to a new model from economists at UBS, the damage to the economy compared to an alternate reality where Britain had voted to stay in the EU, is already clear for all to see.

Economists at the Swiss banking giant created what they call a "Frankenstein" model of the British economy, cobbling together a huge amount of data from different economies to effectively show what the UK would have done without the Brexit vote. 

UBS concluded that while the UK economy is still growing steadily more than two years on from the vote, it is roughly 2.1% smaller than it would have been had remain triumphed.

It added that things would be even worse if it weren't for the strength of the global economy as a whole over the same period — something that has dragged UK growth higher.

Here's the chart:

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Not only is growth more than 2% lower than it could have been, UBS economists Pierre Lafourcade, Arend Kapteyn, and John Wraith said, but inflation is 1.5% higher, investment is 4% lower, consumption is 1.7% lower, and the real effective exchange rate for the pound is 12% lower.

"To put that 2.1% cumulative decline in real growth into context, that's roughly a quarter to a third of the total Brexit costs estimated in the most pessimistic assessments done prior to the EU referendum (e.g. HM Treasury, OECD) and almost equal to the full costs of some of the more optimistic assessments (e.g. LSE, IFO, Open Europe)," the trio wrote to clients on Monday.

"But the UK has not even left the EU yet!"

The decline in the UK economy relative to a Remain outcome in the referendum has been masked by other events going on around the world, Lafourcade and his colleagues said.

"Why is it going largely unnoticed? Because the global economy started to accelerate strongly right after the mid-16 referendum, allowing UK GDP growth to move sideways rather than dive lower," the team wrote

"Without Brexit, however, we think UK GDP could have been 100 bp [basis points] per year higher."

The modeling of such a scenario, UBS said, effectively encompassed "building a 'Frankenstein' UK out of bits and pieces of 30-odd other countries in such a way as to mimic as closely as possible history up to Brexit."

"Essentially, using a partial least squares regression we can construct a UK 'clone' entirely from other OECD country data not affected by the Brexit vote," the team wrote.

SEE ALSO: $71 billion Japanese giant Panasonic is pulling its European headquarters out of the UK — and Brexit is to blame

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Major Cryptocurrencies Fall But Bitcoin Price Crucially Secures $7,200; Future Trends

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Over the past 24 hours, major cryptocurrencies like Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, and Litecoin have fallen by 1 to 4 percent while bitcoin price remained above $7,200. The stability of Bitcoin in the $7,200 range despite the price drop of major digital assets in the global market allowed the weekly price chart of BTC

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Major Cryptocurrencies Fall But Bitcoin Price Crucially Secures $7,200; Future Trends

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Over the past 24 hours, major cryptocurrencies like Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, and Litecoin have fallen by 1 to 4 percent while bitcoin price remained above $7,200. The stability of Bitcoin in the $7,200 range despite the price drop of major digital assets in the global market allowed the weekly price chart of BTC

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Major Cryptocurrencies Fall But Bitcoin Price Crucially Secures $7,200; Future Trends

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Over the past 24 hours, major cryptocurrencies like Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, EOS, and Litecoin have fallen by 1 to 4 percent while bitcoin price remained above $7,200. The stability of Bitcoin in the $7,200 range despite the price drop of major digital assets in the global market allowed the weekly price chart of BTC

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10 things you need to know in markets today

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Monday.

1. A new poll has found a majority of decided voters in Scotland and Northern Ireland would opt to break from the UK if it leaves the EU, according to a shock new poll which reveals that Brexit now risks the future of the union. 52% of all voters in Northern Ireland and 52% of decided voters in Scotland would opt for independence from the United Kingdom if Brexit goes ahead, according to polling by Deltapoll for the Best for Britain campaign group.

2. Asian stocks dipped on Monday on worries about further escalation of the U.S-China trade war and unstable emerging market currencies. "It looks almost certain that Trump will impose 25 percent tariffs on $200 billion worth of imports from China," said Norihiro Fujito, chief investment strategist at Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities.

3. Brent crude oil prices dipped on Monday amid rising supply from OPEC and the United States, although expectations of falling Iranian output once U.S. sanctions bite from November provided some support. Output from the producer cartel of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) rose by 220,000 barrels per day (bpd) between July and August, to a 2018-high of 32.79 million bpd, a Reuters survey found.

4. The historic run-up in world shares will continue through 2019, but the outlook for almost half of the major bourses polled by Reuters has slipped, with many now only expected to recoup losses from this year's sell-off. Following a strong performance in 2017, world shares hit their latest run of new highs this month on solid economic and corporate earnings growth.

5. U.S. automaker Ford plans to drop production of some of its automobile models as part of a planned operational restructuring announced earlier this year, sources told The Times. The British newspaper reported that Ford planned to end production of Mondeo, Galaxy and S-Max models and focus on more lucrative sport utility vehicles. 

6. As Argentina drafts plans to cut its budget deficit to convince nervous investors it can pay its debts, President Mauricio Macri is under increasing pressure to reverse one of his signature policies, cutting farm export taxes. "The market will likely be expecting a 2019 budget that makes a credible attempt to all but eliminate the primary deficit," said Jeffrey Lamoreaux, senior analyst at Fitch Solutions in New York.

7. Italy's populist government will make a "historic choice" between what citizens need and what ratings agencies say should be done, the deputy prime minister said on Sunday, responding to Fitch's cutting the outlook on Italian debt. Fitch on Friday changed the outlook on the world's third-largest pile of state borrowing to "negative" from "stable", citing concerns about the government's "new and untested nature" and its promises to hike spending.

8. The founder and chief executive of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com Inc, Richard Liu, was arrested in the U.S. state of Minnesota on a charge of criminal sexual conduct and later released, a county sheriff's department jail roster showed. The charge against Liu, 45, was made just before midnight local time on Friday, and he was released just after 4 p.m. on Saturday, according to the Hennepin County Sheriff website.

9. Saudi Arabia's sovereign fund has appointed Andrew Liveris, the former chairman and chief executive of Dow Chemical, as a special adviser, it said on Sunday. Liveris will work closely with the Public Investment Fund (PIF) on matters of strategic importance, assist the fund in efforts to boost the value of its portfolio, and ensure the contribution of PIF companies to Saudi Arabia's economic vision program 2030, the fund said in a statement.

10. China's Exim bank will lend Nigeria $328 million toward improving the west African country's telecoms infrastructure, Nigeria's presidency said on Saturday, at the start of a six-day visit by President Muhammadu Buhari to the country. Poor telecoms are a major challenge for businesses operating in Nigeria, which is Africa's largest oil producer, most populous country and has one of the continent's largest economies.

 

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Tom Lee: Bitcoin to Hit $20k in 2018 Despite Struggle of Emerging Markets

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Fundstrat’s Tom Lee, a Bitcoin permabull known for his optimistic price targets for the dominant cryptocurrency, has said that Bitcoin will likely end the year explosively higher possibly at $20,000. In an interview with CNBC, Lee stated that over the past year, Bitcoin, which has failed to show a correlation with the broader financial market

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The collapse of ETH is inevitable

TechCrunch, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

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Bitcoin Price Intraday Analysis: BTC/USD Surges Towards Wedge Resistance

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin price on Sunday continued to stick to its uptrend path, recording as much as 4 percent gains against the US Dollar. The BTC/USD began the Asian trading session with a small upside push in continuation of the overall bullish momentum. As the day progressed, there was visibly a weaker selling sentiment towards the interim … Continued

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