Blockchain revolution is on the way as Bitcoin slips back under $6,300
Bitcoin dips under $6,300 after a short recovery.
Adam Jiwan from Spring Labs touts blockchain technology.
Bitcoin is changing hands at $6,299, marginally higher since this time on Wednesday. However, the shrinking volatility and low trading activity make further upside unlikely.
On the intraday chart, BTC/USD returned to the area under $6,300 after Wednesday's recovery attempt. The stopped short of the lower line of the previous consolidation channel and SMA50 (4-hour). The support lies with $6,200. Once it is broken, the sell-off may gain traction with the next bullish aim at $6,100 and the recent low of $6,060.
The Relative Strength Index (RSI) recovered from oversold territory and settled at a neutral level, which means that more consolidation might be in store for us in the short-term.
Meanwhile, experts believe that the technology behind the cryptocurrency is likely to attract financial and intellectual capital, creating a technological revolution.“Regpic
ardless of how one feels about cryptocurrencies, bitcoin has ushered in a technological revolution that will have profound implications for how information is shared, consumed, and protected,” Adam Jiwan, CEO and co-founder of Spring Labs, explains.
Spring Labs is creating a blockchain-based ecosystem that will allow exchanging credit and identity information in a secure way
“I’m a big believer in the unstoppable nature of technological revolutions, and we’re only ten years into the development of distributed ledger technology. Blockchain will be ubiquitous, and the world will have to adjust. The only question is, “How soon?”
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