Users Rely on News and Market Sentiment to Decide on Cryptocurrency Positions

Users Rely on News and Market Sentiment to Decide on Cryptocurrency Positions

February 4, 2019 Off Steven Anderson By Steven Anderson

Jack Dorsey believes in the Bitcoin.  He owns Bitcoins as well.  He is strongly convinced that in a matter of 10 days, BTC is set to be a global currency.

To sustain the speed of the transaction, the Lightning Network tends to take the transaction off the main network.

To guarantee security, multiple hoops routing has been introduced.  There are timeouts and conditional payments permitted.  In some cases, it is required for both the parties to be online by making use of LN supporting Bitcoin Wallets.

When it comes to deciding on what moves the price of the cryptocurrency in the market, people look at analysts who are reliable.  While there are analysts who give their best, there is nothing called a prominent analyst in cryptocurrency industry; however, it is true that these analysts are far more experienced. Experience commands for a certain degree of reliability on these persons.

Investors are forever in the lookout for information about what will help them make some quick profits.  It is not possible to predict all the time accurately.  This is the case even with the best of the analysts. Particularly with an asset type like cryptocurrency tokens that are highly volatile, even when an analyst seems to be highly accurate, it is a matter of fact of coincidence.

The most trusted way to trade and to invest is to watch the trend lines personally and to understand the patterns in cryptocurrency. It is important to be an avid observer to trade a token efficiently.

There are several tools like Predicoin that can be used to analyze the market data.  Users rely on news and market sentiment to decide on their cryptocurrency positions. There is nothing called a permanent sentiment towards a token.  Sentiments tend to shift based on available information.

Pierre-Alexandre Picard over the past week stated that “The market sentiment towards Bitcoin was neutral and is now reaching the negative range.”

Yet in another interview, David Thomas stated that “The past week in cryptocurrency was comparatively dull and we are becoming accustomed to it; thus negativity and caution continues to prevail.” Therefore it can be seen from this remark that there is no permanent sentiment towards crypto.  The attitude and sentiment of people changes based on their goals of investing in cryptocurrency.

To get things moving in a particular direction, there needs to be some catalyst.  Uncertainty is prevailing for several reasons.  Whether people react positively or negatively for news, any catalytic element that triggers a market reaction should be significant.

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