Dogecoin Jesus? Roger Ver resurfaces on Twitter, backs DOGE over BTC

Roger Ver, an early investor and ardent promoter of Bitcoin (BTC) which earned him the moniker “Bitcoin Jesus” has resurfaced on Twitter after a year and backed Dogecoin (DOGE) in an interview, preferring it for payments over the world’s first crypto. In an interview with Bloomberg, the Bitcoin.com founder said how he was a fan of the memecoin due to its fast transaction times and low fees: “Dogecoin is significantly better, it’s cheaper and more reliable [than Bitcoin]. If I had to pick three contenders for the world’s dominant cryptocurrency,…

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Grayscale’s BCH, LTC, ETC Trusts Now One Step Closer to Becoming ETFs – Bitcoin News

[ad_1] On Friday, Grayscale Investments, the world’s largest digital currency asset manager in terms of assets under management (AUM), revealed that three trusts have been filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in order to become SEC reporting companies. The three trusts include individual crypto asset products such as the bitcoin cash trust, the litecoin trust, and the ethereum classic trust, which will join three other Grayscale trusts that are already SEC reporting companies. Grayscale’s BCH, LTC, ETC Trusts to Join Three Other Products as SEC Reporting Companies Grayscale…

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Price analysis 9/8: BTC, ETH, ADA, BNB, XRP, SOL, DOGE, DOT, UNI, BCH

[ad_1] BTC and most altcoins are attempting to capitalize on today’s market-wide oversold bounce but the recovery could be thwarted by sell pressure at overhead resistance levels. Analysts are attributing Bitcoin’s (BTC) plunge on Sep. 7 to the liquidation of over-leveraged positions. According to Bybt data, about $3.68 billion worth of long positions were liquidated in the last 24 hours in the Bitcoin options market. On-chain monitoring resource Whalemap said the decline was largely caused due to selling by whales who had recently bought their Bitcoin and not by the…

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BTC, ETH, BNB, ADA, XRP, DOGE, DOT, UNI, BCH, LINK

[ad_1] Bitcoin’s (BTC) recovery from $29,482.61 on July 21 has continued to surpass one resistance after another. Today, Bitcoin has risen above the 200-day simple moving average, an indicator watched by institutional investors to determine whether the asset is bullish or bearish. A positive sign about today’s rally has been that Bitcoin was not affected by the flash crash in gold, which momentarily dipped to a four-month low. This suggests that traders are focusing on the fundamentals of the sector and are not affected by the performance of other asset…

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