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Bitcoin News September 26,2019

                                          Bitcoin News September 26,2019

1,400 #BTC (11,958,615 USD) transferred from #Binance to unknown wallet
25,000,000 #USDC (24,758,746 USD) transferred from USDC Treasury to unknown wallet

Everyone was screaming about Bitcoin's hash rate drop yesterday. Today it has recovered.
As many others mentioned, hash rate data is an estimation and shouldn't be counted on for accuracy in short, fixed periods of time.
Onwards for the world's most secure computing network!

If Bitcoin fails to break above the current level, we'll get another retest of the support below - which has bounced once and could hold
But if this isn't a bear trap I do see price heading down to low $7ks
Lots of buyer are waiting between $6180 & $6500

Getting back into full time trading next week + will start sharing my charts on twitter
It’s been a while since I’ve hit the books with focus
Been microdosing all week, can’t wait for this

Hires Sales Chief from Crypto Custody Rival Xapo

I still feel very strongly that $3k was the bottom.
I don't have any stops for my entry whatsoever. (Don't try this at home)
There is no scenario where the reward is worth the risk of losing a low $4k avg entry. If $3k would ever break, I will just add more to my position.

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