Market Commentary – September 23rd, 2022

Crypto Market At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading at $18,900 and Ethereum at $1,288. Crypto markets were under pressure this week after the Federal Reserve raised rates by 75 bps on Wednesday (more details under the Macro section). During the course of the week, there was a net outflow of over $200M worth of Bitcoin from centralized exchanges as its price held around its low set in June 2022. This level may have attracted buyers. Exchange netflows are the net amount of inflows minus outflows of a specific crypto-asset going in/out of centralized exchanges. Crypto going into exchanges

Market Commentary – September 16th, 2022

Crypto Market Bitcoin (BTC) has now been within a persistent market downtrend for ten months since the all-time high in November 2021. This week, Bitcoin spot prices touched the $18,649 level, marking the second lowest low at a 72.5%  drawdown from the cycle top. Compared to prior bear cyclical bottoms, the 2022 contraction has not been as significant on a percent drawdown perspective. The lows in 2015, 2018 and 2020 reached over 77%+ drawdowns from all time highs. With Bitcoin trading 72.5% below the Nov 2021 all time high this week, the market has many similarities to the latest phase

Market Commentary – August 26th, 2022

Crypto Market Last week on August 19, the value of long liquidations was the second highest it has been for the past three months at $538.2 million. This surge of liquidations came after prices of many crypto assets fell last week. BTC fell from $23.2k to $20.8k and ETH fell from $1.85k to $1.6k from the 18th to the 19th, marking the sharpest drops between closing prices of the past month for both assets. Since then BTC has found support at around $21.5k and ETH has now reclaimed $1,700. From an on-chain perspective, the total transferred volume out of Crypto-assets

What Is The Bitcoin Halving?

The Bitcoin (BTC) halving (also known as “the halvening”) is an event that occurs roughly every four years. It’s the scheduled halving of the reward miners receive for verifying blocks of transactions on behalf of the BTC network. These “block rewards” act as a mechanism to increase the supply of Bitcoin gradually. On average, one block is “mined” every 10 minutes. Here’s a quick refresher on how Bitcoin gets mined. Traditional fiat currencies, such as the dollar, are centrally-controlled, meaning banks such as the Bank of Canada can control inflation by printing cash at their will. In contrast, the creator

The Fastest Way to Buy Bitcoin

“Mass adoption of cryptocurrency is closer than you think. By using the millions of existing ATMs around the world we can now give users an easy, fast and familiar experience to purchase cryptocurrency.”  – Todd Lawrence, Chief Visionary Officer for CNI What is Coinsquare Networks Inc. (CNI)? Coinsquare Networks Inc. (CNI) is an innovative FinTech company whose software allows users to buy bitcoin from traditional ATM machines via their debit card. Thus, providing users with the fastest way to buy bitcoin. Learn more about CNI here. “Right now, there is a lack of mainstream cryptocurrency adoption because most people are