CryptoSunday vol. 6

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Another week has just passed by. Sunday for many is a weird day, it’s still weekend, but the ghost of Monday is slowly appearing.  For us, Sunday means only one thing – CryptoSunday!

Predictions: Tom Lee

Tom Lee is a Fundstrat Global Advisors’ Head of Research. As you can read on Forbes, Lee actually thinks that price of Bitcoin can hit $91,000 by March 2020. His predictions are based on Bitcoin’s performance’s chart.

He also presented the Bitcoin Misery Index called BMI. Lee and his group have delivered another diagram that demonstrates Bitcoin’s four decays of 70% or more prominent since 2010 . After the past three drops, it has encountered critical increases, most likely overshadowing the profits of some other resource over a similar time.


Unconfirmed: Twitter is going to ban crypto-related ads

Sky News delivered information that Twitter – one of the biggest social media channels is going to ban cryptocurrency-related advertisements. To that day similar steps took Facebook and, lately, Google.

Now Twitter, allegedly, may introduce a new policy in just two weeks from now. Due to this, it can ban all ICO ads, token sales or even cryptocurrency wallets. Cryptocurrency exchange platforms may not hide from the new policy.

Is banning become a new trend?

Russia: Turn off mining for an hour

As Rambler reported, miners in Russia may turn off mining for an hour.

In the framework of the world’s largest environmental action “Earth Hour” on March 24, 2018, experts in the field of mining and cryptocurrencies for the first time announced their own All-Russian and international campaign “Crypto Hour”.

The coordinators ask Russian and remote miners to turn off their hardware on March 24 at 20:30 for 60 minutes.

As Peter Dvoryankin said in the interview:


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