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WHY YOU NEED TO WITHDRAW YOUR BITCOIN.. immediately

Article by Captain Sidd There are various reasons why you should withdraw your bitcoin and utilize self-custody. You might be excited at the stamp of approval this gives bitcoin from the old guard. It will also allow many investors to much more easily gain exposure to bitcoin through current accounts at big banks. These are […]

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There are various reasons why you should withdraw your bitcoin and utilize self-custody.

You might be excited at the stamp of approval this gives bitcoin from the old guard. It will also allow many investors to much more easily gain exposure to bitcoin through current accounts at big banks. These are huge positives for a new commodity that’s rapidly gaining recognition as a revolutionary instrument for storing value over time.

However, as with many financial products on Wall Street, the people of Main Street should tread with caution. Big banks are not known for having the interests of the average Joe in mind.

The biggest hidden danger of a bitcoin ETF, though, goes deeper than the big banks. It goes all the way to the most powerful governments and the source of the world’s current reserve currency.

We all need to ask ourselves before we buy any bitcoin ETF: At the end of each day, who actually holds your bitcoin?

This question may seem innocent today, but history tells us it could be very important in the near future.

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WHERE ARE YOUR ASSETS HELD?

For all the evolution in “fintech” over the last decade to make investing easier — from robo-advisors to gamified trading apps — the underlying structure has not changed.

Why? Mostly because regulation stipulates who can hold what assets and how that ownership is proven and governed, leading to a lack of innovation in old, paper-based processes. The banking industry does not have much incentive to upgrade the back end of their systems. Most of the supposed innovation in fintech just hides the old world behind a digital veneer.

ALL ASSETS ARE NOT THE SAME

The assets you buy and check in your brokerage apps — stocks, bonds, ETFs — are held by regulated custodians for you. Most of the time, this is not a problem; it’s actually more convenient for you. Can you imagine if you had to bring a stock certificate to a bank branch every time you wanted to sell a share? Using regulated custodians in the back with a digital interface on top makes trading much more convenient for everyone, but it does mean someone else holds your assets. We’ll get back to why that’s so important later.

Bitcoin, as a digitally native asset, is a bit different. Most places where you can buy bitcoin also allow you to withdraw that bitcoin to your own wallet. Since everything is digital, the whole process of buying and withdrawing to your wallet can take mere seconds. Bitcoin on an exchange is a bit like cash in the bank, except without the physical part where you have to go to the ATM or branch to withdraw the cash then cut a hole in your mattress to tuck it away. Whenever we withdraw bitcoin (or any asset) from the exchange or custodian that holds it for us, we call that taking “self-custody.”

Bitcoin’s purely digital nature makes it vastly easier to self-custody bitcoin than it is to self-custody dollar bills or stocks. Holding bitcoin yourself takes a few taps on your phone, not a trip to the bank or a gargantuan fight to change the regulated custodial model of most investment assets.

So most investment assets are held by a custodian, but in many cases, it’s very easy to self-custody bitcoin. So, why would you want to hold bitcoin, or any other asset, yourself?

WHY DOES IT MATTER WHO HOLDS MY ASSETS?

In a first world country where institutions work well, it’s hard to see why this question matters. If you live in one of these countries, you’ve probably never had a problem selling an asset or withdrawing cash from a bank.

However, if you work in an industry that’s “on the margin” of acceptability for banks and the governments that govern them — think adult entertainment or gambling — you may be familiar with the hassle and anguish of frozen bank accounts or seized funds. If you live outside the first world bubble, you may know the importance of self-custody through experience: bank failures, government seizures or corrupt institutions causing your assets to vanish.

Unfortunately, there’s a much deeper danger at play here; one that affects everyone equally, especially those in first world countries carrying heavy debts in both the public and private sectors.

To understand that danger, we need to walk through how it played out in the past, in the richest country on Earth.

WHEN GOVERNMENTS STEAL THE SAVINGS OF CITIZENS

In the early 1930s, the U.S. government was in deep trouble. The Great Depression drove the government to print money, but their ability to flood the market with cash and prop up prices was reaching its limit. At that time, every dollar in circulation (Federal Reserve note) needed to be backed by at least 40 cents worth of gold at the Fed. The Fed had maxed out the dollars they could print against the gold they had, so they needed more gold to print more dollars.

However, the Fed’s money printing created another problem: By debasing the value of cash, they destroyed existing savings and made holding cash a bad way to save up for the future. American citizens struggling to make it through the Great Depression now faced a threat to the value of their savings and wages. They needed an asset that could not be debased. Back then, all they had was gold.

Both the American government and American citizens chased after gold. What happened next?

The American government seized the gold of its citizens.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 6102

President Roosevelt signed Executive Order 6102 on April 5, 1933, using wartime powers still in effect to order all persons to deliver their gold coins and bullion to the Federal Reserve on or before May 1 of the same year and to bar any further purchasing of gold by private citizens.

Of course, the Federal Reserve would give everyone dollars in return for their gold, at the current market rate of $20.67 per ounce of gold. Feels fair, right? Well, less than a year later the dollar was revalued at $35 per ounce of gold through the Gold Reserve Act of 1934, devaluing those dollars by almost 50% against the gold everyone traded in.

The Federal Reserve was thus able to continue devaluing the dollar, but private citizens were barred from holding the very asset that could protect their savings from that devaluation.

Those Americans who held gold coins under the floorboards of their house had some chance of protecting them from seizure. Gold kept in banks, however, was far easier for the government to seize — the authorities knew exactly where to go to get it.

Who had custody of your gold mattered a lot during this period.

Still, this was a very strained and extreme time in American and world history. What indications, if any, do we have that this little bit of history might repeat? How might bitcoin be involved?

DO GOVERNMENTS HAVE ANY REASON TO WANT TO SEIZE BITCOIN TODAY?

First, it’s important to understand that bitcoin was designed purposefully to combat the inflationary tendencies of governments and central banks. When economic downturns occur, governments are always tempted to print more cash, saying they are “satisfying demand for cash.” In reality, they are debasing the value of cash for all who hold it and reallocating value to whoever the government pays with that newly printed cash.

From Satoshi Nakamoto’s thread unveiling the Bitcoin white paper:

The root problem with conventional currency is all the trust that’s required to make it work. The central bank must be trusted not to debase the currency, but the history of fiat currencies is full of breaches of that trust.

[Bitcoin is] more typical of a precious metal. Instead of the supply changing to keep the value the same, the supply is predetermined and the value changes.

This is why bitcoin has come to be known as “digital gold.” It provides the same protections for savers that gold provided in past inflationary periods, with vastly improved accessibility and portability. This is due to bitcoin’s supply not responding whatsoever to changes in demand. Precious metals are the only other assets on Earth with a total supply that acts similarly, though not as predictably, as bitcoin.

When governments decide to spin up the printing presses for their fiat currencies, store-of-value assets like bitcoin and gold serve as exits from fiat debasement.

THE CONDITIONS FOR SEIZURE

For governments to have any reason to seize Bitcoin — or any other store-of-value asset — there would need to be a major crisis at the end of a long accumulation of debts, like in the 1930s. Governments would need to respond to the crisis by devaluing their currencies through money printing — just like in the 1930s.

This would punish those who hold or receive salaries in fiat currencies by debasing their savings and earnings. In turn, people (everyone!) would run for the exit, selling their sinking fiat currency for other assets that cannot be debased.

Governments can either watch their currency — and the power that comes with it — evaporate faster and faster as a result of their own debasement and the selling it caused, or they can use the power they have left to do what Roosevelt did in 1933. They can seize store-of-value assets and stop further purchases by force, essentially blocking the exit and keeping individuals from protecting their savings.

DO THE CONDITIONS FOR SEIZURE EXIST TODAY?

Do we have a major crisis on our hands at a time of record debt levels, causing unprecedented money printing? Are we seeing rising prices for store-of-value assets?

Major crisis: check. Thanks, COVID.

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Record debt levels: check.

Debt in emerging market and developing economies
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Unprecedented money printing: check.

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Rising prices for assets: check.

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During a year when most of the world was in a recession, stock prices grew in value tremendously. This is a classic marker of “running for the exit” — anyone with cash is looking to buy anything else that’s a better store of value than cash. From January 1, 2020, to the time of writing, the S&P 500 is up almost 40% and bitcoin is up almost 500%. Even lumber is up 230%.

HISTORY OFTEN REPEATS

Still not convinced? Ray Dalio studies markets and economic cycles for a living — and he’s damn good at it, as the founder and CEO of the world’s largest hedge fund. In a recent piece covering the current financial climate, Dalio compares today to the 1930–1945 period, stating:

“If history and logic are to be a guide, policy makers who are short of money will raise taxes and won’t like these capital movements out of debt assets and into other store-of-wealth assets and other tax domains so they could very well impose prohibitions against capital movements to other assets (e.g., gold, Bitcoin, etc.) and other locations. These tax changes could be more shocking than expected.”

In times of crisis, who has custody of your assets matters most. Will you leave your bitcoin on an exchange or with a custodian, or will you hold it yourself?

Rising prices for assets: check.

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During a year when most of the world was in a recession, stock prices grew in value tremendously. This is a classic marker of “running for the exit” — anyone with cash is looking to buy anything else that’s a better store of value than cash. From January 1, 2020, to the time of writing, the S&P 500 is up almost 40% and bitcoin is up almost 500%. Even lumber is up 230%.

Still not convinced? Ray Dalio studies markets and economic cycles for a living — and he’s damn good at it, as the founder and CEO of the world’s largest hedge fund. In a recent piece covering the current financial climate, Dalio compares today to the 1930–1945 period, stating:

“If history and logic are to be a guide, policy makers who are short of money will raise taxes and won’t like these capital movements out of debt assets and into other store-of-wealth assets and other tax domains so they could very well impose prohibitions against capital movements to other assets (e.g., gold, Bitcoin, etc.) and other locations. These tax changes could be more shocking than expected.”

In times of crisis, who has custody of your assets matters most. Will you leave your bitcoin on an exchange or with a custodian, or will you hold it yourself?

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Unlock of GBTC Shares Could Led Bitcoin to $25 Mark Says JPMorgan

JPMorgan analysts have predicted that the unlocking of GBTC shares could raise the selling pressure and drive the price of Bitcoin to the level of $25K.

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JPMorgan analysts have predicted that the unlocking of GBTC shares could raise the selling pressure and drive the price of Bitcoin to the level of $25K. JPMorgan revealed in their latest memo that though BTC has recovered slightly, the unlock will drive the price down to $25K.

JPMorgan Says GBTC Shares Unlocking Will Push Bitcoin Down Further

The Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou led global investment bank JPMorgan has recently displayed a contentious attitude to the flagship currency.

The analysts at JPMorgan always have an eye on what role the largest crypto asset manager, Grayscale is playing in relation to Bitcoin. 

At the beginning of this year, the analysts predicted that there are chances that the price of BTC might march towards a correction as a reduction in the inflows to the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust has been witnessed.

As revealed in the newly released memo by Bloomberg, JPMorgan has predicted another bear signal in the market involving GBTC, talking about the shares unlock of the BTC tracking fund.

The institutional investors that are employing the services of Grayscale will be obtaining access to 16K bitcoins in a single day in the month of July.

Will BTC Touch $25K

Bitcoin plunged to its lowest price levels just days ago below the area of $29K, though it managed to acquire some ground since that point and at present, it is changing hands at $32K.

JPMorgan analysts are eyeing another fall in the price of Bitcoin, and they wrote:

“Despite this week’s correction, we are reluctant to abandon our negative outlook for Bitcoin and crypto markets more generally. Despite some improvement, our signals remain overall bearish.”

In addition to this, they revealed that they believe the price of BTC is close to being overvalued, which is apparent from the comparison between its fluctuations versus that of gold.

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#Bitcoin #GBTC Shares #JPMorgan

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Number of Active Bitcoin Addresses Drops Lowest Level Since Last Year

The number of active Bitcoin addresses seems to have dropped significantly below 900,000 in June 2021 which is the lowest level since July 2020.

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The number of active Bitcoin addresses seems to have dropped significantly below 900,000 in June 2021 which is the lowest level since July 2020, according to data published by Santiment, the crypto analytics platform.

Active Bitcoin Addresses Drops Since July 2020

Amid the ongoing bearish market trend, Bitcoin traders remain hesitant to pumping up their bags as the digital asset dropped below $30,000 during this week. Since then, the cryptocurrency has recovered some of its lost gains to jumping up above $34,000.

However, bears are back to gripping the flagship cryptocurrency yet again by making the digital asset drop down below $32,500 today.

With the bearish sentiments, the total number of active Bitcoin addresses has reached below 900,000 in June 2021, which is the lowest level since July 2020, according to data published by Santiment, the crypto analytics platform, adding:

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“Bitcoin is back at $32.4k after a rebound above a $34.6k high Wednesday. What remains to be seen is an uptick in address activity. On the 30-day rolling scale of daily active address scale, July 13, 2020, was the last time the BTC network was this low,”

At the same time, Bitcoin’s fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) remain high as highlighted by Santiment:

“Bitcoin’s fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) remain high, as traders are polarized on whether prices can push back below $30k again. For now, though, prices have jumped back on crowd fear. Markets move in the opposite direction of crowd expectation.”

Falling Addressees Indicates Bearish Undertone

The number of active Bitcoin addresses is a sign of market demand for on-chain transactions, settlement, and the urgency for inclusion in an upcoming block on the blockchain. A falling Bitcoin active address figure indicates a bearish undertone in the space.

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For instance, in 2017, Bitcoin saw a high above $19,587 on December 16 to below $6900 on February 5, 2018, the number of active addresses also fell from 1.284 million on December 14, 2017, to just 528,000 on February 25, 2018.

At the same time, studies show that not all Bitcoin whales were affected by the price drop. In the past 25 days, Bitcoin addresses holding 100 to 10,000 BTC added a total of 90,000 BTC, accounting for nearly half of BTC’s circulating supply.

#Bitcoin #Bitcoin Address #BTC

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Major Price levels for Bitcoin and Ethereum, What’s Next for BTC and ETH?

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After a large loss, cryptocurrency markets rallied back yesterday, with Bitcoin and Ethereum up 15% and 17%, respectively, after a big decline. El Salvador’s president, Nayib Bukele, recently released rendered graphics of a planned Bitcoin mining unit that would be powered by the country’s active volcanoes (the thermal energy generated from volcanoes can be converted …

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After a large loss, cryptocurrency markets rallied back yesterday, with Bitcoin and Ethereum up 15% and 17%, respectively, after a big decline. El Salvador’s president, Nayib Bukele, recently released rendered graphics of a planned Bitcoin mining unit that would be powered by the country’s active volcanoes (the thermal energy generated from volcanoes can be converted into electricity, and in turn be used to power mines). 

Even though Major of the coins seem to have bounced back yesterday, the move did not last that long and bears took incharge once again.

Yesterday, however, as sellers sold into strength, prices retraced the whole rise. Traders took advantage of the majority of cryptocurrencies’ oversold circumstances. After the shakeout, which pushed Bitcoin’s price to over $30,000, buyers were active.

Bitcoin and Ethereum Price Levels

Bitcoin managed to recover off the $28,800 support and close the candle in a bullish ‘hammerhead’ pattern. (A hammer candlestick pattern is a form of bullish reversal pattern.) The next level of resistance is around $36,600. Unless the price increase is followed by a volume influx, a rejection in that area is possible. 

After appearing to have bottomed out, the relative strength index (RSI) has also risen sharply. After yesterday’s dip, the positive buyback demonstrates the buyer’s interest in bitcoin. 

However, the pricing remains to be in the $30,000 to $38,000 range.

The price of ETH stayed well above the 200MA and climbed back above $2,000 with ease. A daily close above $2,000 would be advantageous and might lead to good price movement in the days ahead. 

The next point of resistance for ETH is around $2,100, where it is expected to be rejected. However, volume is minimal, and a volume push is needed to keep the price trend going.

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ICF Q1–2021 Funding Recipients

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Our first quarter of funding proposals closed submissions on February 14th, 2021. We reviewed the applications internally and compiled the proposals recommended by the Board of Management. These were included with comments from the Technical Advisory Board and submitted to the Foundation Council for approval. The time spent since then was on finalizing service agreements and getting the required signatures in place.

The following proposals have now been finalized and work has begun by the respective teams. This comes in tandem with the Q1 Financial Transparency Report. Applications for Q2 2021 closed May 14th. To apply for Q3 2021 please submit applications by August 14th at apply.interchain.io.

Adoriasoft received a service agreement to work on a number of items that were outlined in the ICF Request For Proposal — Governance Module Improvements. These should go towards improving the governance capabilities within the Cosmos SDK as well as eventually the Cosmos Hub itself.

Agoric is ensuring that the Keplr and CosmJS libraries are compliant with SES Secure Javascript implementations. This will prevent supply chain attacks like those seen with NPM upon some of the most important utilities in our ecosystem. Agoric has also received a core funding agreement for further IBC consulting from their team of experts.

Althea has received a core funding agreement to continue building out the Gravity Bridge that will connect Cosmos Hub to Mainnet Ethereum.

B-Harvest received a core funding grant from the Interchain Foundation as thanks for a variety of important contributions to the Cosmos Ecosystem over many years of participating as a validator and engineering company.

This research grant was awarded to the Brookings Institution to support the research of economist Eswar Prasad in his work on Central Bank Digital Currencies.

Chainapsis, creators of Keplr, received a core funding agreement to continue development of the Keplr wallet. They are currently working on a mobile version and integrating with WalletConnect V2.

Initiated by ChainSafe, Trail of Bits will perform an audit on the go-schnorrkel codebase that implements schnorr signatures in golang which could be used by the Cosmos SDK for privacy and storage improvements.

Chorus One received a core funding agreement to continue work on WASM based IBC light clients and Bridges.

The ICF will be working with Christian Cachin’s distributed systems and cryptography laboratory at the University of Bern on an initiative to develop threshold cryptography capabilities for Cosmos. Christian will be collaborating with the Heliax and Sikka teams to design and specify a threshold cryptography library that will allow Tendermint and Cosmos SDK chains to leverage threshold cryptographic capabilities. Christian’s work will primarily focus on specification and correctness, while Heliax and Sikka work on a distributed key generation and threshold decryption implementation leveraging this collaborative work.

Reach is an increasingly popular formal verification based smart contract language based on JS that compiles to different blockchain backends. Christopher Swenor and his team have received a service agreement to provide initial support for Cosmos-SDK modules written in Reach.

Coin Center is a non-profit research and advocacy center focused on the public policy issues

facing cryptocurrency and open blockchain networks. They are leaders in educating policymakers and the media about cryptocurrency technology; engaging in policy research to develop smart regulatory approaches to questions raised by the technology; and advocating for those solutions in order to keep cryptocurrency networks open, decentralized, and permissionless. They have received a grant from the Interchain Foundation to continue their important work.

Simon Warta, on behalf of Confio, has received a service agreement to work on an HD key derivation standard for the Cosmos multi-blockchain ecosystem based on BIP-32 and BIP-43. Deliverables are a spec that will be presented to the community and also an implementation in cosmJS. Confio has also received a core funding agreement as thanks for a variety of important contributions to the Cosmos Ecosystem over many years.

Connor Spelliscy has received a grant to begin research with the goal to ultimately help crypto startups avoid some of the significant cost and delay stemming from legal uncertainty, by providing them with free curated open source legal materials, with a focus on practical solutions and tools.

Daniela Pavin received a core funding entity agreement to continue her valuable work across the myriad of social channels that she administers. She’s a huge asset to this ecosystem and a shining example of a true cosmonaut 👩‍🚀💫

Forbole received another service agreement to push the development of the Juno codebase further. Juno is a Cosmos SDK tool originally developed by Interchain engineer Aleksandr Bezobuchuk that allows developers to cache data from a chain into a Postgres database so it can be accessed via GraphQL. This service is similar to The Graph and Vulcanize, two popular tools that target the EVM. It improves the developer experience for wallets and clients especially.

Mikerah Quintyne-Collins has received a grant on behalf of Hashcloak to continue research on IT_PIR Integration for Tendermint. This would integrate information theoretic private information retrieval into Tendermint with the aim to provide light clients with the ability to hide what transactions they are requesting from Tendermint full clients.

The Hong Kong Impact Data Consortium has received approval for part two of their original funding proposal from Q3 2020 to implement and deploy community time bank programs using the Cosmos SDK.

The Hypha Workers Co-op has received a service agreement from the Interchain Foundation to do research on the various governance related efforts across the Cosmos Ecosystem. They are working closely with relevant stakeholders to take stock of the current status and propose improvements on tools, technologies, structures and processes.

Informal Systems has received a core funding agreement to continue on the myriad of contributions they make across the Cosmos Ecosystem, including ibc-rs and the Hermes Relayer as well as formal verification, devops and infrastructure, research and engineering.

Interchain GmbH has received a core funding agreement to continue on the myriad of contributions they make across the Cosmos Ecosystem, including maintaining Tendermint Core, IBC, Gaia, Grants and Developer Relations.

Interlay will do a technical feasibility report for InterBTC to Cosmos IBC and a proof of concept implementation. They will use the ibc-rs module and the IBC substrate library to build towards an IBC bridge to the Cosmos Network.

Iqlusion has received a core funding agreement to continue supporting work around Gaia and network upgrades as well as work around the distribution module and staking derivatives.

KYVE Network has built decentralized block explorers for a number of networks including Cosmos, Arweave, Avalanche, Polkadot, and Solana using the Arweave decentralized storage network.

NCCGroup performed a security audit of the Cosmos SDK that was co-funded by the Interchain Foundation and Crypto.com.

Orijtech Inc., headed by Emmanuel Odeke, has made contributions to the Cosmos ecosystem since the beginning of the project. They now have a core funding agreement to continue doing integrity and security check at the lower levels of Golang. This includes work on benchmarking and auditing Tendermint Core.

Regen Network has received a core funding agreement to continue their work maintaining the Cosmos SDK as well as a new product called Keystone that leverages new features of the Cosmos SDK that allow for key rotation and social recovery of accounts.

Riccardo Montagnin received a follow up service agreement to further push the development of the Alan.dart codebase. Alan.dart is a mobile development framework written in dart that targets flutter as a cross platform environment that allows developers to quickly make mobile applications that interact with Cosmos SDK based blockchains. The mooncake application and the starname application are built with this framework.

Shanghai Bianji AI, creators of IRIS Network, has received a core funding agreement to provide miscellaneous engineering support around NFTs, IBC, relayer incentivisation, dev adoption in China and Bridges.

Sikka has received a core funding agreement to provide support around threshold decryption research and engineering.

Vulcanize has received a core funding agreement to provide support around SMT storage work.

The Interchain Foundation was proud to sponsor the ZK Session put together by zkValidator in Q1 20201. The session focused on privacy in the Cosmos ecosystem.

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