Latest Crypto News
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- Vitalik Wants to use Bitcoin Cash at Convenience Store, Asks for Regulatory Openness
- Social Media Giant LINE Adds Tron (TRX) To Its BitBox Exchange
- NEO vs Ethereum Long Term Outlook
- Massive Adoption Everywhere, We are Living in Exponential Times- Ethereum Co-founder
- The Tron (TRX) Community is 100% Unfazed By the Current Market Decline
- Coinbases’ Latest Move Is Set To Inspire Institutional Investment
- Crypto is a Better Long-Term Investment Than USD and Gold, Says Investor
- Stellar Is 100 Times More Cost-Efficient Than Ethereum: Connecty CEO
- Ether (ETH) Falls Below $300 for the First Time in 2018, Reaching Levels Last Seen in November 2017
- 5 Cryptocurrencies Expected to Grow in Late 2018
- Bitmain Holds One Million Bitcoin Cash and LTC, 22,000 Bitcoins and Almost No Eth
- Ripple’s XRP Coin Story, Most Recent News/Development and Future Price Predictions
- Ethereum Plunged 15% Today to $305, What Will Happen to Alts and Tokens?
- Awesome!: Tron (TRX) Partners with Seedit to make Transactions Available on Twitter
- Volkswagen Taking Bitcoin, Ethereum, & IOTA Mainstream with Real-World Use Cases
- Volskwagen Group Confirm They Are Working on Using IOTA and Other Blockchain Tech in Their Cars
- TRON Vs Ethereum
- Built-In Cryptocurrency Wallet Coming to the Opera PC Browser
- Ethereum [ETH] versus Cardano [ADA], the cyber-war in action
The good news for crypto traders kept coming in July 2018.
Not only did Bitcoin bounce from triple bottom support at $6,000, it managed to break above its 20-day and 50-day moving average to the upside.
One of the most popular trading indicators used by traders is the exponential moving average, or the EMA, which can be used with just about anything, stocks, indexes, and even cryptos.
Moving averages, both simple and exponential, can be used with any period provided there is enough price data available. However, the quicker the moving average, the more responsive it will be to changing prices. That means longer moving averages are considered more reliable.