Even When Crypto Slows Down, There’s Still Plenty to See and Do

by Beth Canova
By Beth Canova

After over a month of rallying, the broad crypto market finally seems to be taking a breather. Now is the time to take a breath and reevaluate where we are in the bull market, where we’re going in the medium term and whether you’re in the best position to ride the next rally, rather than chase it.

To that end, here are the key issues you may have missed this week to help accomplish those goals …

Bitcoin Open Interest Gives a Glimpse into the Future

The crypto market leader has been on a tear since October, but this past week has seen a slowing of momentum. In this lull, Marija Matic turns to open interest to get a glimpse of Bitcoin’s mid-term future.

Look Past the Pullback to See Opportunity

Nothing goes up in a straight line. And Bitcoin’s cool down has sparked a retreat across the crypto market. But, as Dr. Bruce Ng explains, there’s nothing fundamentally pulling altcoins down. In this issue, he fully breaks down why our team keeps reiterating that pullbacks in a bull market should be considered opportunities.

Approach the Crypto Scene Like a Pro to Go for Big Profit Opportunities

We know that the world of crypto can be overwhelming, especially to newcomers. Altcoins, DeFi, DEXes, dApps — the acronyms go on and on and that’s just the beginning. That’s why in this issue, Beth Canova breaks down market caps and sectors, as well as the tools at your disposal to trade them, in order to help you navigate the crypto markets like a pro.

Discovering a Decentralized Future Without CBDCs

Central Bank Digital Currencies are not cryptos. But they are catching the attention of a growing number of governments as a response to true cryptocurrencies. Jurica Dujmovic delves into the latest report on CBDCs and the current capacity for central banks to roll them out, explaining why he feels so vindicated in the findings.

Institutional Interest Brings Adoption and Conflict to Crypto

With the bull market underway and anticipation of a spot Bitcoin ETF hitting critical levels, it’s clear that there’s more institutional interest in crypto. That’s bullish as it legitimizes crypto and brings a wave of new investors to the market. But as crypto grows, regulators will likely fight for complete control. Here’s the good, the bad and the ugly of what the crypto market may face … as well as the opportunities.

That’s all for this week. Check back in tomorrow for a brand-new Weiss Crypto Daily update.

Best,

Beth Canova

Crypto Managing Editor

About the Contributor

Beth Canova is a veteran of the publishing industry, specializing in cryptocurrency-related information and guidance. As the Managing Editor of some of world’s most astute cryptocurrency experts — Juan Villaverde, Dr. Bruce Ng, Marija Matić and others — she's continually immersed, and well versed, on everything crypto.

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