This market trading analysis applies to various exchanges, including Bitmex and Binance. Tackling questions like if Bitcoin can reach 20k again and if we will be seeing a crypto currency market recovery this year. Things like the lightning network have provided huge improvements for BTC and while it is true that others like Roger Ver with Bitcoin Cash (bcash) may disagree, I do see these blockchain technology innovations to be very bullish fundamental signs for the space.
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  1. I like your approach so I'd like to ask you some questions. What is your opinion on the institutional investors and their ability to access insurance entities? I believe there is a correlation between the two. Underwriting a volatile asset is not a good idea due to the premiums and the potential losses both parties may face. Could this price action and market behaviour be connected to these entities? What data would satisfy an underwriter and how much data? A while ago I read a comment being made in regards to institutional investors having secured or are trying to secure insurance. I could be completely wrong but my disabled brain is usually instinctively correct. Any thoughts are most welcome ( from viewers, too ).

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