The cryptocurrency market is always filled with speculation and predictions about potential bull runs and price surges. With the recent chart data surrounding Bitcoin and Quant, there is speculation that they can get back up in value, especially after their most recent upwards trajectory.
In addition, the Tradecurve presale-stage project saw an increase in the value of its token by 20%, and it now trades at $0.018, indicating that it is heading towards a bullish run.
June 21, 2023 at 9:45 am
Updated June 21, 2023 at 9:46 am
Bitcoin Gains Momentum and Heads Upwards in Value
Bitcoin saw a high level of attention from investors and traders, especially after it broke past the $26,000 price barrier during the week. As of June 18, 2023, Bitcoin trades at $26,489.28. During the last week, the low point for Bitcoin was at $24,864.61, while the high point of value was at $26,676.18.
Moreover, the all-time high of Bitcoin was reached on November 10, 2021, at $69,044.77, indicating that the coin is now trading 61.64% under that point of value. During the last week, however, Bitcoin has been up 2.7%. In the last year, Bitcoin has also been up 36.4%, indicating that it is heading towards the green zone. If Bitcoin keeps up with this momentum, it could soon break past $27,000 and establish a bull run for the entire market.
Quant’s Trajectory has Moved in a Green Direction
Quant has also moved back up in value, where during the week, it went over $100 and had been sitting there since. As of June 18, 2023, Quant trades at $101.46. However, during the last week, Quant made strides based on its on-chain data, where it moved from its weekly low point of $96.25 to its high point of $116.16.
The all-time high for Quant occurred on September 11, 2021, at $427.42, indicating that the cryptocurrency now trades 76.28% under that point of value. Analysts predict that if Quant manages to break past $110 again, it could reach a value of $180 by the end of 2023, indicating that it is indeed heading in a green direction.
Tradecurve Increases in Value to $0.018
During the previous week, Tradecurve transitioned from Stage 3 of its presale to Stage 4, where subsequently, the value of its native token, TCRV, increased from $0.015 to $0.018, indicating that a 20% increase occurred. This growth can be attributed to the rapid momentum at which TCRV tokens have been selling.
The global foreign exchange (FX) markets reached a daily turnover of $7.5 trillion in April of 2022, based on a Bank for International Settlements report. This means that getting into just 1% of this industry can lead to the opportunity for anyone to make millions, and this is one of the markets Tradecurve will offer.
The platform is an Ethereum-based hybrid exchange, where traders on a global scale can trade all derivatives and cryptocurrencies from a single account, without KYC requirements, and by using their crypto as collateral.
With the high leverage starting at 500;1, the dedicated Trading Academy, negative balance protection, and the VIP account system, the exchange has already appealed to thousands of investors, as it recently reached the 10,000 registered users milestone.
By holding the TCRV token, users can get access to discounts on subscription fees, such as the ones for automated and AI trading bots or the copy trader functionality, and they can also earn passive income through staking it whilst also being able to vote on upcoming changes with the governance functionality.
It is clear that investors are interested in buying this token, as millions have already been sold.
Stage 4 of the presale is 21.70% complete, and once it ends, the price of TCRV will climb to $0.025.
Analysts predict that TCRV can climb by 100x when it launches, especially when it gets listed on Tier-1 exchanges and on Uniswap.
Learn more about TCRV and the Tradecurve platform below:
Remember, investing in cryptocurrencies involves risks, and it’s important to conduct thorough research and seek professional advice before making any financial decisions.
(Please keep in mind that this post is solely for informative purposes and should not be construed as financial or investment advice.)