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Price Commentary – Bitcoin – 21st February 2019

Commentary by Jackson Zeng, COO Caleb & Brown

 

Bitcoin: USD $3,922 (as of 21 Feb 2019)

We saw another spike this week of 11% from $3550 all the way up to $3970.

Bitcoin has managed to break out of both the 50 day SMA and EMA (green, purple), as well as the descending trend line (orange).

The price is currently sitting just below the $4000 mark, 6% above the EMA.

We’re also noticing 6 consecutive green candles, which is the longest sustained short term rally since July 2018. It is rare to see 7 or 8 consecutive green candles so a possible scenario may be a red close on 21st or 22nd before retesting the $4000 mark and seeing if we can break up higher. This lines up with the RSI of 70 indicating brief entry into the overbought territory.

We’re looking forward to the next few weeks to see if sustained volume can help identify a reversal in mid and long term trends.

 

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Price Commentary – Bitcoin – 14th February 2019

Commentary by Jackson Zeng, COO Caleb & Brown

 

Among the biggest movers this week were Bitcoin (BTC) and Litecoin (LTC), showing more positive signs than other weeks previous.

Bitcoin: USD $3,574 (14 Feb 2019 1:41pm)

This week we saw a 9% spike recovering the price from approximately $3350 up to $3700.

However, once again we’re approaching the 50 Day simple moving average (SMA) and exponential moving average (EMA) resistance.

In the past year, of the 12 instances the Bitcoin price approached the higher of the 50 Day SMA and EMA, we’ve seen a 75% rejection rate as the first significant candle following the convergence of price and SMA/EMA (see image below).

On the other indicators, we’re seeing a neutral reading of 50 on the Relative Strength Index. But while we’re seeing lower highs, we’re still in the bear trend and the chance of a lower low (under $3200) is very much present.

These are particularly positive signs for the strength at which cryptocurrency markets may rebound in the future.

 

 

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Maximising Returns and Reducing Losses

At Caleb and Brown, a cornerstone of the service we provide is the direct access our clients are given via a personal broker. Each broker has an intimate knowledge of the portfolios of their clients, ensuring our guidance is tailored to your personal investment strategy and risk tendencies.

In this last month, I have personally been in close contact with a handful of clients to discuss portfolio strategy and to assess how we can best support each of you moving forward.

As some of you may know, Caleb and Brown has a team of in-house analysts who provide us with the latest news, analysis and insights within the wider crypto market. This coupled with real-time, detailed information on each of our clients portfolios allows us to give unique assessment and comparison for our clients portfolios.

This awareness can be deeply informative for brokers, and by extension, for you too.

This allows you to have a comparative overview of your position, including the performance of individual assets and their variance compared to the market, over varying periods of time. We want to ensure we support our clients to view their assets as a holistic balanced portfolio.

When a client trades with Caleb and Brown, it is of the utmost importance that they are educated in the best ways to safeguard any potential gains while also minimising your exposure to notably high-risk investment propositions.

Do not hesitate to contact your personal broker, as they are always open to further discussion. For us to be able to offer the best value to you, a comprehensive understanding of your portfolio goals, relationship with risk and overall investment strategy is paramount.

Next, I will demonstrate in more detail how Caleb and Brown helped a client identify and evaluate a series of potentially profitable trades, while also staying true to his outlined risk parameters.

 

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This is an example of how Caleb and Brown can assist active investors with your cryptocurrency buying, selling or restructuring needs. With our software, we have the ability to assist clients in understanding the prominent features of their personal portfolios. We can provide bespoke insight into how their crypto portfolio is currently self-managed, and areas for improvement.

 

Isaac has an opportunity to see significant savings using a Caleb and Brown tax assessment, and to reduce his portfolio risk alpha whilst maintaining its upside potential.

 

Isaac, a frequent trader with Caleb and Brown, wanted to invest a given amount of US dollars across a variety of coins. By looking over his previous trades and currencies we saw a high variance in the returns of his portfolio. Based on this insight, as a risk-averse investor, Isaac repositions his portfolio to reflect his risk appetite, and to protect the value of his assets in the long term.

This allows the client to ensure they’re capitalising on market volatility while sticking to their long-term structured investment goals. To make these types of decisions, you need to not only be aware of good projects, but also how to re-balance for risk. Not all projects are equal, even if their prices are. We want to help you make educated decisions when entering, during and when exiting the cryptocurrency market.

Many no longer view cryptocurrency as a niche investment, but rather an avenue for investors to invest across multiple industries and to hedge their portfolio.

These tools will allow for a greater sense of control and intelligence behind the decision making processes and planning of our clients.

Our aim is to help you achieve your investment goals in cryptocurrency by helping you make informed decisions.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

Jake Boyle

Business Development

 

 

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Samsung Could be ‘Bigger for Bitcoin than Bakkt’ | Micky.com.au

Originally published on Micky

A high-profile cryptocurrency analyst says Samsung’s next mobile phone could have a bigger impact on Bitcoin than Bakkt or an exchange traded fund (ETF). Joseph Young, a cryptocurrency and fintech expert with 95,000 Twitter followers, made the claim as supposedly leaked images revealed the new Samsung Galaxy S10 has support for cryptocurrencies.

“If Samsung integrates crypto to Galaxy S10, I think it may have a bigger impact than ETF and Bakkt combined,” Mr Young said.

“Partially because no one really knows what kind of exposure (an) ETF / Bakkt will bring … while millions of people use Samsung phones daily.”

(https://btcmanager.com/leaked-photos-suggest-samsung-s10-to-feature-crypto-wallet)

Dr Prash P., the CEO of leading Australian cryptocurrency broker Caleb and Brown, agrees that a Samsung Bitcoin wallet would be significant for the cryptocurrency industry.

“Mainstream validation is what the industry is screaming out for and thus far we have sought this out predominantly in the form of acceptance by the financial incumbents,” Dr Prash said.

“However, to gain this validation via a major player in the global technology sphere – that has chosen to do so out of its own agency and not because of a market created by the traditional financial market – is tremendous validation.

“On a more practical note, the ease of crypto support inbuilt into mobile phone tech will definitely be a boon for adoption due to the ease of use this promises.”

Unconfirmed Rumour

(https://micky.com.au/bitcoin-property-australian-sellers-accepting-crypto-despite-volatility)

In December of 2018, rumours began to emerge that Samsung was releasing a cryptocurrency wallet with its newest phone.

News website Sammobile said “we can confirm that the company is indeed developing one and that it may be launched with the Galaxy S10.” 

According to Sammobile, the cryptocurrency service would essentially have two parts. One would be a cold wallet for saving cryptocurrency, public and private keys as well as signing private keys for cryptocurrency transactions, while the other would be a wallet for transfers, viewing account information and transaction history.

Micky has so far been unable to find any proof the wallets have been developed, and blockchain news website Cointelegraph has previously said Samsung dismissed the reports as “rumour and speculation.”

“(The) suggestion was swiftly refuted by Samsung in private correspondence with Cointelegraph,” the website said.

It quoted Samsung as saying:

“Unfortunately we are unable to provide any information as the below is rumour and speculation.”

Samsung does, however, have three blockchain-related trademark requests that appear on the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) website.

They are titled ‘Blockchain KeyStore,’ ‘Blockchain KeyBox’ and ‘Blockchain Core.’

(A screen shot from the EUIPO website, showing the application for the “Blockchain KeyStore” trade mark)

 

Dr. Prash is the CEO at Caleb and Brown, which is available to guide new and seasoned investors.

About Dr. Prash P:
Prash is considered a thought leader in the philosophical and existential implications of this emerging technology and is a regular speaker at industry conferences.

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The Crypto Investor Is Changing | Micky.com.au

Originally published in Micky

Statistics show professional investors are coming to crypto by Dr. Prash P, CEO Caleb and Brown

Over the past twelve months, my cryptocurrency brokerage service, Caleb and Brown, has seen a notable shift in the type of client entering the crypto market.

The stratospheric highs of January 2017 saw a huge influx of speculative investors, including many who were making their first notable investment. These investors were reacting to hype driven by friends and family, as well as the media, which enthusiastically reported about the rise of cryptocurrencies as a financial force that could not be ignored.

The shift

Reporting in recent times has turned. The last six months has seen repeated public tolling of the death knell for cryptocurrencies, and the market has not put up any credible resistance either, with a slow (by crypto standards at least) decline across the last nine months.

There have been spikes of short lived volatility, but that has only served as a distraction while the general trend has continued.

The decline of the ICO wave, which likely artificially inflated the Crypto market in early 2018, has seen Bitcoin’s market dominance rise from as low as 32%, back to above 50%.

New investors

With this backdrop though, it has been curious to see a new, more risk averse investor start to appear.

Superannuation and pension funds, investments via trust structures and Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) have taken over from individual accounts as the majority of new clients of our brokerage in the last six months.

A snapshot of our investing population suggests that these new investors are investing in Bitcoin as a long term hold rather than seeking rapid turn-around gains like their speculative counterparts did.

This is exactly what we saw in 2014 – euphoria led to new investors which developed into
fundamental believers as the price corrected.

Follow the money

Financial markets are not isolated systems, and a look at the greater financial markets reveals some interesting current trends.

Both the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average are down 7% for the year, and the NASDAQ Composite Index is down 18% in the last 3 months. The UK’s FTSE 100 is facing a 12% loss for the year, its worst in a decade. Back in Australia, the ASX 200 fell almost 7% this year, losing investors $120 Billion.

Meanwhile in crypto land, markets experienced a late Christmas rally with BTC bouncing back from a December low of US$3200 to rise to more than US$4200 in the last week before settling to about US$3800. Whether this will be sustained is too early to tell but it does raise some interesting hypotheses, not all new.

Crypto as a hedge

It has long been proposed that cryptocurrencies, as a non-correlated asset class, could prove a useful hedge against traditional financial market risk in the way Gold or Fine Art have acted in the past.

A late price rally could indicate a shift of value from traditional financial markets, bringing
some credibility to this idea. While this idea requires a significant financial downturn to be really tested, there are some changes in the demography of new investors to our brokerage which could also hint at change.

The last three months have seen an unprecedented increase in what we may generously term as savvy investors. Financial advisors, stockbrokers and venture capitalists investing into their personal portfolios now make up more than five per cent of Caleb & Brown’s client base, up from two per cent during our last audit in September. Equally their average initial capital investment is more than three times our client average.

Higher disposable incomes in this demographic could account for this increase, but that shouldn’t take away from the fact that the financial incumbents, traditionally thought to be shy of this emerging asset class, are seeing it as a viable investment alternative.

What’s next?

Baron Rothschild famously said, “Buy when there’s blood on the streets, even if it’s your own blood”. If it is this blood that the money-people are sniffing and hunting down leading them to enter the crypto market, then it bodes well for this trend to continue.

2019 looks to be an altogether different proposition for Crypto markets than 2018, with a very different outlook, market position and general sentiment.

While that sentiment globally remains cautious, the gradual shift we are noticing in investor trends fills me with confidence that the market is moving in the right direction, albeit gradually.

Dr. Prash is the CEO at Caleb and Brown, which is available to guide new and seasoned investors.

About Dr. Prash P:
Prash is considered a thought leader in the philosophical and existential implications of this emerging technology and is a regular speaker at industry conferences.

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Coincast TV – Episode 12 broadcasted on 26 Oct, 2018 | *Season Finale* | Sky News Business

Top Cryptocurrencies of the Week – As at Oct 25, 2018

  • Bitcoin (BTC) – This week, Bitcoin’s short volume has been sitting 50% greater than longs demonstrating negative market sentiment as many people are expecting a drop while those playing the long game are expecting the price to go up. But market overexposure to shorts could spell susceptibility to a short squeeze that may create a rapid price rally.
  • In this segment, I’d like to highlight a number of key dates in the coming months. Firstly, Bakkt Futures exchange is expected to launch on December 12, more on this later.
  • Futures are a market-rationalizing force, and it’s possible the media attention are this event may disrupt the very speculative crypto market as we near the trading launch date. An example of this was during Bitcoin’s 2017 bubble as the CBOE Futures launched.
  • On the other hand, ETFs generally provide long exposure to an asset class and developments continue as the SEC’s next decision date for the SolidX VanEck ETF is set for late December. However, given the SEC’s previous track record, the decision could be postponed until February next year.

Caleb and Brown’s Spotlight Cryptocurrency of the Week:

  • Monero (XMR) – This top privacy coin successfully performed its cryptography update named “Bulletproofs”. The update improves Monero scalability, dropping transaction fees by 95%, down to an average cost of only 2 cents.
    As the cryptocurrency industry develops, the need for private transactions in public blockchains will find demand from employee salaries and business-related payments.

If you’ve been following our segment all season, you can find a summary of our portfolio’s performance  published on Coincast News and Multiplier – Crypto Business NewsHere

Coincast TV

Top Cryptocurrencies Performance Summary – Coincast TV | Season 1

Watch full episodes, here www.coincasttv.com

Caleb and Brown is proud to sponsor “Top Cryptocurrencies of the Week”  segment of Coincast TV, a show that promises to bring education, up to date market information and the latest news from the Cryptocurrency world to mainstream investors. It furthers our commitment to helping bridge the gap between traditional investors and the cryptocurrency markets.

Broadcasted on Sky News Business and syndicated across Apple TV, The Wall St Journal and related social platforms, reaching an audience of almost 200 million viewers worldwide.

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The show will air weekly on Sky News Business in Australia at 7.30pm (EST) on Friday evenings, with several repeat episodes over the weekend.

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Coincast TV – Episode 11 broadcasted on 19 Oct, 2018 | Sky News Business

Top Cryptocurrencies of the Week – As at Oct 18, 2018

  • Bitcoin (BTC) – This week, the insolvency scare of stablecoin Tether, caused a short-lived spike in Bitcoin’s price.

    In a rush to withdraw funds from the Bitfinex exchange, investors purchased BTC, pushing the price from just $6400 to almost $7800 USD on the exchange. This happened in only a two hour window, before settling back down. This sudden spike cleared out $60 million dollars of short volume. But over a 48 hour period, short trader volume returned and is now over 50% greater than longs, demonstrating a pessimistic sentiment on price.

    We suspect bitcoin price may fall further next week as those who moved their tether holdings into BTC are opening accounts in other locations to sell their bitcoin back into US dollars.

Caleb and Brown’s Spotlight Cryptocurrencies of the Week:

  • 0x Protocol (ZRX) – The open protocol for decentralized exchange on the Ethereum blockchain, became only the 6th cryptocurrency to be listed on Coinbase Pro. With the ongoing Bitfinex controversy, we anticipate trading volume to migrate to Coinbase Pro, providing further exposure to the ZRX token.
  • Bitcoin Cash (BCH) – The Bitcoin fork has been gathering steady merchant adoption across Australia. Having fallen to 6.8% of the BTC price, if it reaches the next point of support at 5.5% of BTC, it may represent a resilient entry point, as the asset is held by a community of ardent believers in the bitcoin fork.

Watch full episodes, here www.coincasttv.com

Caleb and Brown is proud to sponsor “Top Cryptocurrencies of the Week”  segment of Coincast TV, a show that promises to bring education, up to date market information and the latest news from the Cryptocurrency world to mainstream investors. It furthers our commitment to helping bridge the gap between traditional investors and the cryptocurrency markets.

Broadcasted on Sky News Business and syndicated across Apple TV, The Wall St Journal and related social platforms, reaching an audience of almost 200 million viewers worldwide.

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The show will air weekly on Sky News Business in Australia at 7.30pm (EST) on Friday evenings, with several repeat episodes over the weekend.

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The Future of Crypto Assets and Blockchain

Dr Prash Puspanathan CEO, Caleb and Brown on #Coincast TV | Sky News Business

First came the millennials, then the first tech-savvy adopters, but when will financial services finally take the plunge into crypto?
Dr. Prash speaks to Coincast TV reporter Heidi Cuthbert about the future of Crypto Assets and Blockchain.

Interview Transcripts:

1. The first wave ofcrypto assetsinto cryptoassets has been young tech-savvy millenials, who’s the second wave going to be?

I think we are firmly in the 2nd wave now. There is a commonly talked about S-curve of adoption staring with innovators, probably the tech savvy millennials you brought up right at the outset. Then come the early adopters which is probably what we are seeing now. Running a brokerage, I have the luxury of an intimate insight into investor demographics and it is heartening to see that there really isn’t a typical one. Our oldest investor is 75, we are gradually seeing an increase in female investors which is something the industry still lacks, the diversity is promising for the market as a whole.

The third wave, almost counter-intuitively, appears likely to be the financial services industry. We already seeing big moves by large institutional players globally which is forging the path and as regulation moves gradually towards Cryptocurrencies becoming a regulated financial instrument, I expect to see Wealth managers and financial advisors who are currently constrained by its unregulated nature being able to invest into this market. However, that will only come with greater oversight, improved custodial solutions and greater adoption and usage of Crypto.

But, baby steps.

2. Why is holding crypto better than holding cash?

I guess this is first best qualified by asking another question, which is “Who’s asking?”

If you are a Syrian refugee trying to flee across a border, then Crypto is definitely a more portable asset than a bag of cash
If you live in Venezuela where hyperinflation has made your local currency a worthless store of value, then yes

But if you are asking from the perspective of a developed world investor in a stable economy, government and political climate such as we are in, then perhaps one of the main value propositions of Crypto is its capacity to act as a Non-correlated asset as compared to any Fiat currency markets. Whether or not you believe that the next global financial downturn is imminent, inevitable or likely, Cryptocurrencies allow investors the opportunity to diversify their portfolios by acting as a hedge against Fiat market risk.

3. There are over 1700 different Cryptocurrencies out there. What do you think the future of all of these will be?

I expect that the future will see a consolidation, and a dramatic one at that, of the different coins out there with a narrowing down to a few select categories, broad use-case scenarios.

Specific coins which hold the mantle of both market share and value proposition within those categories will likely garner market share from the rest and establish themselves as the sole primary currency for that broader purpose.

To compensate, infrastructure that is built around the current multiple different coins will adapt to make themselves malleable enough to work with the reduced specificity of the eventual coin that is used for their industry or purpose.
This would lead to a situation more analogous to the current currency landscape.

4. How can investors manage the extreme volatility of crypto assets?

The short answer is…with difficulty.

Look Crypto markets are going to be inevitably volatile, a reflection of the small market capital and just how early on we are in the cycle of adoption. The total market capital of Bitcoin is only $200Billion. In comparison, the market capital of Gold is $7 trillion. So any event geopolitical, economic, local or international that causes market fluctuations which would cause barely a ripple in the depth of the fiat currency market is likely to be reflected by shifts in the Crypto market. It’s like throwing a pebble into the ocean vs into your bathtub.

To minimise volatility, investing in the currencies with a larger market capital, that have been around for longer and have a more stable architecture and infrastructure around them and not chasing the ludicrous 100x gains from newer, speculative coins is probably the most sensible strategy I can recommend alongside having a diversified Crypto portfolio. It’s one of the key lessons we educate our clients on.

5. What’s the future of blockchain – is it bigger than the internet?

The internet was arguably the greatest revolution in the way society operates, relates to each other and functions. Ever.
Comparisons have been made suggesting that “Blockchain technology” in all its iterations may eclipse that.
I think the greatest promise though lies in the confluence of almost mind-bendingly revolutionary technologies that we sit on the cusp of, the synergy of which would mean a sum that is exponentially greater than its parts.
Blockchain technology, Cryptocurrencies, Artificial Intelligence, VR technology, renewable energy, Quantum Computing.

We are heading into a time of the greatest ideological and functional change the world has ever seen, led by technology. But more than the volume of change, the rate of change has never been higher than it is now. And crucially the acceleration of change: The rate of change of the rate of change is what truly gives me goosebumps and I’m glad to be alive and part of this.

Dr. Prash is the CEO at Caleb and Brown is available to guide new and seasoned investors.

About Dr. Prash P:
Prash is considered a thought leader in the philosophical and existential implications of this emerging technology and is a regular speaker at industry conferences.

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Coincast TV – Episode 10 broadcasted on 12 Oct, 2018 | Sky News Business

Top Cryptocurrencies of the Week – As at Oct 11, 2018

  • Bitcoin (BTC) – After three weeks of stable bitcoin pricing without major announcements occurring, Bitcoin has taken a small tumble.

    It could potentially be looking to test the $6150 support price again. Bitfinex Short traders volume continues to be a mild 18% greater than long volumes.

    60-day price volatility down to just 4%, we haven’t seen Bitcoin this steady for 2 years, since October 2016. As a comparison, since then, bitcoin’s market cap has grown 10 times while trading volume has grown 80 times.

Caleb and Brown’s Spotlight Cryptocurrencies of the Week:

  • TRON (TRX) – The smart contract platform claims to be 200 times faster than Ethereum and 100 times cheaper than EOS. Their version 3.1 update goes live this week, enabling the Tron Virtual Machine for decentralised application developers and users to start testing their smart contracts.
  • Basic Attention Token (BAT) – The BAT token is the payment method used by publishers, advertisers and users for the new web browser, Brave, which has gathered an impressive 4.6 million active users in a short amount of time.

Watch full episodes, here www.coincasttv.com

Caleb and Brown is proud to sponsor “Top Cryptocurrencies of the Week”  segment of Coincast TV, a show that promises to bring education, up to date market information and the latest news from the Cryptocurrency world to mainstream investors. It furthers our commitment to helping bridge the gap between traditional investors and the cryptocurrency markets.

Broadcasted on Sky News Business and syndicated across Apple TV, The Wall St Journal and related social platforms, reaching an audience of almost 200 million viewers worldwide.

Coincast TV

The show will air weekly on Sky News Business in Australia at 7.30pm (EST) on Friday evenings, with several repeat episodes over the weekend.