Ampleforth Cryptocurrency is currently on bearish momentum by 16.49% in the last 24 hours. At 08:55 EST on Thursday, 22 April, Ampleforth is at $1.24.
About Ampleforth’s daily highs and lows, it’s 5.08% up from its trailing 24 hours low of $1.18 and 22.01% down from its trailing 24 hours high of $1.59.
Currently, Ampleforth has 22282 Twitter followers.
As of now, on Github, there are 100 forks, 134 stars, and 16 subscribers.
News about Bitcoin
JPMorgan warns of Bitcoin weakness as futures get liquidated. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wednesday, 21 April, "It’s likely traders including Commodity Trading Advisers (CTAs) and crypto funds were at least partly behind the buildup of long Bitcoin futures in recent weeks, as well as the unwind in past days, they said.", "In those three previous instances, the overall flow impulse was strong enough to allow Bitcoin to quickly break out above the key thresholds, yielding further buildups in position by momentum traders, JPMorgan noted."
38-year-old exchange founder launches Bitcoin, ether funds. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wednesday, 21 April, "Huobi Tech is rolling out four funds including ones that will virtually track Bitcoin and Ether prices, allowing investors to bet on the coins without actually holding any currency. "
Dollar pinned near one-month low, Bitcoin steadies near $57k after weekend drop. According to FX Empire on Monday, 19 April, "We suspect the 15% weekend correction in Bitcoin will not have broader market ramifications," ING’s Turner said."
Cathie wood’s ARK says Bitcoin mining is good for the planet. According to Bloomberg Quint on Thursday, 22 April, "We believe that the opposite is true: a world with Bitcoin is a world that, at equilibrium, generates more electricity from renewable carbon-free sources.", "With the largest cryptocurrency in the mix, energy providers could play the arbitrage between electricity prices and Bitcoin prices, as well as sell surplus solar — and supply almost all grid power demands without lowering profitability, they said."
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