A BTC “Golden Cross” occurred on the daily timeframe, and the first ever “Death Cross” on the weekly BTC/USD price chart quite soon after.
Blockchain domains are not going to be just a fun NFT play, but a necessity in facilitating the transition.
As 2023 approached, many commentators considered the question: is the metaverse dead? It was a reasonable question to ask, considering that the entire crypto market was tanking. Furthermore, NFT sales were declining.
When the market is so bullish, it’s easy to think that we are ‘off to the moon’ once more. The current situation could be sustainable, and perhaps we are leaving the market bottom behind. But then again, it may all be just a trap.
It's hard to believe, but there was a time when video games were little more than crude pixelated images. Yet from the very beginning, the games industry was one characterized by experimentation and innovation.
If you are reading this article then congratulations, you survived 2022. The crypto space arguably just went through the worst year in its history. Unfortunately, we will not witness the return of the bull times, quite yet.
The holiday season is a time for many fun traditions. And none more so than the annual crypto commentators end of year predictions. It’s good to remember to revisit these as in one year’s time almost all will be comically wrong.
There are many great mysteries in crypto. Like, who is Satoshi Nakamoto? And just as puzzling for many is Cardano’s ADA price action.
More regulation of the crypto and blockchain space is coming. In fact, 2023 may see it coming in hard as governments front run the pilots of Central Bank Digital Currencies.
Though damaging, the collapse of the FTX-Alameda empire in the long-term is a ‘sleight of hand’ that you should not allow to distract you.