Crypto Ban

The SEC Will Not Ban Crypto, That Would Be Up To Congress, Says Gary Gensler

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s Chairman, Gary Gensler, told Congress that the SEC will not ban cryptocurrencies. This is a huge relief, even though Gensler then said “that would be up to Congress.” The SEC Chairman is in the middle of quite a press tour, spreading his opinions on crypto around. Those had a lot of people worried, but today Gensler specifically said an outright ban isn’t on the cards. Related Reading | SEC’s Gary Gensler Crumbles When Asked If Ethereum Is A Security SEC Chair: No interest in a

$50K Fakeout? Bitcoin Trading Volume Isn’t Picking Up With Price Action

October has brought in a new surge in the bullish sentiment, in a couple of days, Bitcoin has returned to the $50,000. This signals the beginning of a new up-only season but could spell caution for the most experienced operators. Related Reading | Bitcoin Hash Rate Might Make New ATH Soon, What Does It Mean For The Price? At the time of writing, Bitcoin trades at $49,968 with a 4.4% profit in the daily chart. The first cryptocurrency by market cap was rejected north of the $50,000 and could trend lower

All bark and some bite. China’s Bitcoin ban puts traders in the ‘fear’ zone

China bans Bitcoin (BTC), again.No, we’re not traveling back in time. On Sept. 24, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) published a new set of measures to promote inter-departmental coordination on cracking down on crypto activity. The measures intended to “cut off payment channels, dispose of relevant websites and mobile applications in accordance with the law.”Most investors may have missed the $3 billion BTC and $1.5 billion Ether (ETH) monthly options expiry that took place less than one hour before the crypto ban news came out. According to “Molly”, a

Cross-chain bridge equipped altcoins rally higher despite China’s crypto ban

The bullish momentum that had been growing across the cryptocurrency ecosystem over the past few days came to a screeching halt on Sept. 24 as news that China had banned cryptocurrency transactions made the rounds on social media and initiated an abrupt fall in the price of Bitcoin (BTC) from $45,000 to $42,000. After the initial knee-jerk reaction and a brief period of time for the market to digest the news, traders jumped back in to buy the dips on several altcoins, which helped some of the losses seen earlier in