Hello, and welcome to the first Market Outlook of the New Year and the new decade. Having been absent for the past three weeks, I feel as though I've missed out on about six months-worth of news and events, as is often the case when one takes even a short break from this space; the pace of movement and change is unrelenting. As such, there is plenty for me to address and catch up on and I will begin by taking a look at the most prominent cryptocurrencies, as well as a couple of smaller ones to refresh my own memory and to determine where the current opportunities are present. In today's post, I will cover Bitcoin, Ethereum and Monero, as usual, plus take a look at EOS, Cardano and Siacoin.
Hello, hello and welcome to this week’s Market Outlook. It's been more of the same this past week, I'm afraid, with the markets remaining largely in consolidation, although there has been some mild continuation of expected trajectories, both Bitcoin and the altcoin market. As such, this week's post builds on the ideas put forth in the previous; there is little new to mention. I'll be taking a look at the past week's price-action in Bitcoin, Ethereum and Monero, as usual, plus providing an update on EOS and discussing the current range-bound environment in Cardano.
Well, it's been a couple of weeks since the previous Market Outlook was published but the markets have, in general, been choppy during that time. That being said, I will be covering this period's price-action in Bitcoin, Ethereum and Monero, as usual, as well as looking to EOS and Basic Attention Token for possible signs of life for the altcoin market during this final quarter of 2019.