Bitcoin Volatility Reached Lowest Since February Last Month

Record Low Annualized Volatility Points Bitcoin Towards $23K Target

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Grindin’ Higher: Kraken Releases August 2020 Bitcoin Volatility Report

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Business as Usual: Kraken Releases September 2020 Bitcoin Volatility Report

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Bitcoin Volatility Report September 2020 by Kraken

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Grindin’ Higher: Kraken Releases August 2020 Bitcoin Volatility Report

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Grindin’ Higher: Kraken Releases August 2020 Bitcoin Volatility Report

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Grindin’ Higher: Kraken Releases August 2020 Bitcoin Volatility Report

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C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER: Kraken Releases July 2020 Bitcoin Volatility Report | Kraken Blog

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Weekly Wrap 09/10

Market News
US stimulus negotiations remain the key theme driving markets. This rollercoaster of a week began with Trump announcing a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, with stock markets undergoing a minor sell-off before the weekend began, and gold prices rallying with a spike in volatility. However, fates were reversed come Monday as markets came to view the development as positive for ongoing stimulus negotiations.
These hopes were soon dashed in typical Trump fashion, with a tweet announcing that negotiations would be paused until after the election - but it appears that this was a bargaining move aimed at securing a more modest pre-election deal, about 10% of the Democrats’ plan. Global stock markets ended the week significantly up - driven by these assumptions and resulting dollar weakness. In comparison, gold suffered somewhat to end the week down, despite the dollar’s weakness as the Fed minutes revealed doubts amongst some members for the longevity of near-zero interest rates (but was rising today after the period of analysis as dollar weakness accelerated).
Cryptoasset markets had a similarly volatile week, but ended significantly up on the back of the dollar’s decline. The news that payments company, Square, purchased $50 million worth of Bitcoin added to the market’s optimism. Bitcoin successfully scaled the $11,000 resistance and Ethereum ended above $350 (rallying further to $360 after the period of analysis).
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Weekly Wrap 09/10

Market News
US stimulus negotiations remain the key theme driving markets. This rollercoaster of a week began with Trump announcing a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, with stock markets undergoing a minor sell-off before the weekend began, and gold prices rallying with a spike in volatility. However, fates were reversed come Monday as markets came to view the development as positive for ongoing stimulus negotiations.
These hopes were soon dashed in typical Trump fashion, with a tweet announcing that negotiations would be paused until after the election - but it appears that this was a bargaining move aimed at securing a more modest pre-election deal, about 10% of the Democrats’ plan. Global stock markets ended the week significantly up - driven by these assumptions and resulting dollar weakness. In comparison, gold suffered somewhat to end the week down, despite the dollar’s weakness as the Fed minutes revealed doubts amongst some members for the longevity of near-zero interest rates (but was rising today after the period of analysis as dollar weakness accelerated).
Cryptoasset markets had a similarly volatile week, but ended significantly up on the back of the dollar’s decline. The news that payments company, Square, purchased $50 million worth of Bitcoin added to the market’s optimism. Bitcoin successfully scaled the $11,000 resistance and Ethereum ended above $350 (rallying further to $360 after the period of analysis).
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The First Capital & Interest Guaranteed Bitcoin Quantitative Fund Came, Farewell to Yield-Farming

The First Capital & Interest Guaranteed Bitcoin Quantitative Fund Came, Farewell to Yield-Farming

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After the BTC bull run in 2017, the whole cryptocurrency industry has been through a long adjustment. During the period, more and more investors chose to become miners, especially in the year 2020, while yield-farming in DeFi became hot, investors started moving most capitals to farm DeFi tokens. However, the entry barriers to becoming a liquidity provider are high. If a normal user not only wants to be an LP but also desires to arbitrage from the market, then it would be extremely difficult. Moreover, the impermanent loss is a thing that keeps investors away from guaranteeing capital & interest.
As the worldwide economy developed, the average income was enhanced, so was the financial input made by individuals and families. Statistically, the deposit to financial products gradually rose while non-break-even products occupied by 23.40 trillion USD (+6.15%). And the launch of net-value products kept being increased, as its deposit took up by 10.13 trillion USD (+68.61%).
Since the financial crisis in 2008 happened, most countries remained a loose monetary policy as the interest rate kept lowing down, which now ranked at a rate less than 2%. Besides, Some commercial bank and institutions launched their own financial products. To attracts more users to be involved, at first, the annualized yield was high, but when they have earned enough eye-contacts from the market, the annualized rate has been back to a low level which was just one step higher than that of the bank. The demand to chase for high returns cannot be satisfied, investors always dig for a stable investment that can guarantee the capital & interest but still pay high interest back. There we go, BitOffer will launch the first capital & interest guaranteed BTC Quantitative Fund soon.
Before that, many other cryptocurrency exchanges launched Quantitative Wealth Managements, and most of them set the APY at about 5%, which is 2 times higher than that of traditional finance. However, those cryptocurrency quantitative asset management are not break even, just like the ones in the yield of traditional finance. Since their returns have strong relevance to the market trend, when an extreme decline happens, investors cannot avoid the loss. In addition, the volatility of cryptocurrency is always extremely high, and unable to be predicted, which means, the risk of investing in those products exists.
After long-term research which made BitOffer fully understand the market’s requirement, BitOffer Official cooperated with the Asian team of Goldman, launched the first capital & interest guaranteed BTC quantitative fund. Using strategies like quantitative hedge, arbitrage, and high-frequency trade, the APY of the fund named “DEF №1” will make the 20% APY to be promised, which is 4 times higher than other funds provided by other exchanges. What is more, redeem is available anytime, and whenever investors choose to redeem their capital, the capital will still be guaranteed. It deeply fits the investors’ demand for chasing high returns but being stable and safe.
Before, many investors participated in DeFi yield-farming for getting high returns from cryptocurrency. Though, the expensive gas fees and trading fees, plus the impermanent loss, kept investors losing money. Now, the quantitative fund launched by BitOffer encourages people to farewell to yield-farming in 2020.
In addition, the U.S election is tik tok, tik tok, the gold market, and American Stocks started being fluctuated. As we’ve seen, a strong correlation exists among bitcoin, gold, and American stocks. Since the market became shocked, open any positions of Bitcoins might cause losses. Then, the COVID-19 effects on the economy made the whole market saggy, and the situation in the next year now cannot be expected to turn better. Facing such a severe situation, products like BitOffer Quantitative Fund which guarantees capitals and profits shall be the first choice.
Lucian Leung, the chief analyst of BitOffer indicated: “ Financial products need to be adapted to the real situation so that it can lift up its value to investors. Investors’ experience and demand matters, that is why BitOffer DEF №1 launches.”. As BitOffer Quantitative Funds will be launched and available to purchase on Oct 22nd, it will be renowned in the whole cryptocurrency industry, and break the ice.
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Weekly Wrap 02/10

Market News
This week saw stock markets bounce firmly following the previous weeks of pressure on the back of renewed hopes for a US stimulus deal being reached after a $1.6 trillion compromise offer from the Republican side (still short of the Dems’ $2.2tn demands). Additionally, optimism around the European COVID-19 outlook was supportive, as deaths remain low despite cases skyrocketing. This market mood boosted inflation expectations, putting pressure on the dollar and boosting cryptoassets (temporarily) and gold.
A notable selloff in Bitcoin yesterday left it down for the week. This followed news of US regulators filing charges against BitMEX, despite the exchange still operating and processing a spike in withdrawals. The leading cryptoasset had been trading favourably up until then, testing resistance at $11,000 and recording its highest quarterly close since the 2017 bullrun.
The week was also punctuated by a dismal US Presidential debate where Biden is generally considered to have edged out Trump due to the President's overly fiery performance. Markets viewed the outcome positively, not necessarily an indication of support for either candidate's policies, but more as a response to diminished election uncertainty.
Following the period of analysis on Friday, Trump announced a positive COVID-19 diagnosis - resulting in a spike in price volatility as the political and economic implications were digested by the market. Risk-off sentiment dominated with stocks under pressure and gold benefiting.
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Weekly Wrap 02/10

Market News
This week saw stock markets bounce firmly following the previous weeks of pressure on the back of renewed hopes for a US stimulus deal being reached after a $1.6 trillion compromise offer from the Republican side (still short of the Dems’ $2.2tn demands). Additionally, optimism around the European COVID-19 outlook was supportive, as deaths remain low despite cases skyrocketing. This market mood boosted inflation expectations, putting pressure on the dollar and boosting cryptoassets (temporarily) and gold.
A notable selloff in Bitcoin yesterday left it down for the week. This followed news of US regulators filing charges against BitMEX, despite the exchange still operating and processing a spike in withdrawals. The leading cryptoasset had been trading favourably up until then, testing resistance at $11,000 and recording its highest quarterly close since the 2017 bullrun.
The week was also punctuated by a dismal US Presidential debate where Biden is generally considered to have edged out Trump due to the President's overly fiery performance. Markets viewed the outcome positively, not necessarily an indication of support for either candidate's policies, but more as a response to diminished election uncertainty.
Following the period of analysis on Friday, Trump announced a positive COVID-19 diagnosis - resulting in a spike in price volatility as the political and economic implications were digested by the market. Risk-off sentiment dominated with stocks under pressure and gold benefiting.
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Weekly Wrap 11/09

Market News
Bitcoin saw a less volatile week after finding strong support at the $10,000 level following last week’s correction, the most significant since the price rallied 150% from March lows. It is worth noting that Bitcoin has endured even larger pullbacks along upward trends.
US stocks had a poor week, as high-flying tech stocks - including Tesla, Apple and Microsoft - suffered a correction, though it is still unclear whether there is further to fall after the record-breaking rally. The slide took hints from a pause in the clinical trial of Oxford University and AstraZeneca’s promising vaccine candidate after a subject suffered an unexplained illness. Disappointing US employment readings and a growing likelihood that further consumer stimulus would come only after the November election further sullied the mood.
Gold initially lost ground, weighed down by a strengthening dollar, before rebounding with weakness in stocks and some euro strength (and a weaker dollar) to end up for the week. The euro strengthened after the European Central Bank downplayed worries about the euro’s rally in recent months weighing on inflation, and committed to staying their previously-communicated monetary policy course (which includes a whopping 1.35 trillion euro bond-buying programme).
Following the period of analysis, volatility has picked up following the release of US inflation data on Friday - surprising to the upside. Markets have thus far responded with a weaker dollar and a bump to precious metals prices.
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Weekly Wrap 11/09

Market News
Bitcoin saw a less volatile week after finding strong support at the $10,000 level following last week’s correction, the most significant since the price rallied 150% from March lows. It is worth noting that Bitcoin has endured even larger pullbacks along upward trends.
US stocks had a poor week, as high-flying tech stocks - including Tesla, Apple and Microsoft - suffered a correction, though it is still unclear whether there is further to fall after the record-breaking rally. The slide took hints from a pause in the clinical trial of Oxford University and AstraZeneca’s promising vaccine candidate after a subject suffered an unexplained illness. Disappointing US employment readings and a growing likelihood that further consumer stimulus would come only after the November election further sullied the mood.
Gold initially lost ground, weighed down by a strengthening dollar, before rebounding with weakness in stocks and some euro strength (and a weaker dollar) to end up for the week. The euro strengthened after the European Central Bank downplayed worries about the euro’s rally in recent months weighing on inflation, and committed to staying their previously-communicated monetary policy course (which includes a whopping 1.35 trillion euro bond-buying programme).
Following the period of analysis, volatility has picked up following the release of US inflation data on Friday - surprising to the upside. Markets have thus far responded with a weaker dollar and a bump to precious metals prices.
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Weekly Wrap 28/08

Market News
A relatively quiet week was punctuated with significant volatility on Thursday as US Fed Chair Jerome Powell laid out a major change (albeit long-expected) to how the Fed would conduct monetary policy - allowing for inflation overshoots above the 2% target after periods of undershooting. This is a bullish development for fixed supply assets like Bitcoin or gold; though this news had already largely been priced into the market with prices settling back down to pre-speech levels after an initial spike.
Bitcoin found support above $11,000 this week, defying bearish expectations of a larger retracement. Altcoins performed weaker by comparison, cooling off from the significant gains made earlier in the month. The crypto asset class continued to show increased correlation to precious metals - an interesting development as they are increasingly being considered as having similar risk profiles. Gold was range-bound and driven largely by dollar movements, but appearing to start a breakout on Friday after the period of analysis.
Stocks had a good week, buoyed by the Fed’s comments and better-than-expected manufacturing data, with the S&P500 ending the week up 2.84% and again setting all-time highs. Profiting from market volatility, IML continued to perform well, with returns outstripping its benchmark by a factor of 2 - earning a compound annualized rate of 12.06% for the week.
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Weekly Wrap 28/08

Market News
A relatively quiet week was punctuated with significant volatility on Thursday as US Fed Chair Jerome Powell laid out a major change (albeit long-expected) to how the Fed would conduct monetary policy - allowing for inflation overshoots above the 2% target after periods of undershooting. This is a bullish development for fixed supply assets like Bitcoin or gold; though this news had already largely been priced into the market with prices settling back down to pre-speech levels after an initial spike.
Bitcoin found support above $11,000 this week, defying bearish expectations of a larger retracement. Altcoins performed weaker by comparison, cooling off from the significant gains made earlier in the month. The crypto asset class continued to show increased correlation to precious metals - an interesting development as they are increasingly being considered as having similar risk profiles. Gold was range-bound and driven largely by dollar movements, but appearing to start a breakout on Friday after the period of analysis.
Stocks had a good week, buoyed by the Fed’s comments and better-than-expected manufacturing data, with the S&P500 ending the week up 2.84% and again setting all-time highs. Profiting from market volatility, IML continued to perform well, with returns outstripping its benchmark by a factor of 2 - earning a compound annualized rate of 12.06% for the week.
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Weekly Wrap 21/08

Market News
Bitcoin broke through resistance rallying to a high of $12,500 on Monday. The breakout was short-lived however, as prices soon returned to the previous range. This volatility is typical of a Bitcoin bull trend, a healthy retracement while the flagship cryptoasset continues to captivate an ever-expanding community of followers.
Global stocks responded poorly to the US Fed’s minutes that revealed no solid accommodative commitment to keeping bond yields capped - as Japan currently does - while the political deadlock in the US over stimulus measures, and relatedly, the speed of the pandemic recovery both remained in question. European and most Asian indices were down, while the S&P500 peaked Wednesday at an all-time high before faltering to end the week mildly up. US tech led the pack once again, offsetting the declining energy and financial sectors.
Gold ended largely flat after initially breaking out back above $2000/oz with pandemic recovery doubts and a weaker dollar, but failed to hold onto these gains as bond yields ticked up amid massive issuance of US debt and the Fed’s comments.
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IML $1.10 14.85% (weekly compound annualized rate)
IGP $1.19 0.82%
EMS $1.09 1.42%
C10 $1.51 -0.64%
C20 $0.76 1.16%
IBA $1.03 0.80%
BTC $11,878.37 0.80%
ETH $416.44 -2.87%
GOLD $1,947.05 -0.36%
S&P500 3,389.00 1.04%
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Weekly Wrap 21/08

Market News
Bitcoin broke through resistance rallying to a high of $12,500 on Monday. The breakout was short-lived however, as prices soon returned to the previous range. This volatility is typical of a Bitcoin bull trend, a healthy retracement while the flagship cryptoasset continues to captivate an ever-expanding community of followers.
Global stocks responded poorly to the US Fed’s minutes that revealed no solid accommodative commitment to keeping bond yields capped - as Japan currently does - while the political deadlock in the US over stimulus measures, and relatedly, the speed of the pandemic recovery both remained in question. European and most Asian indices were down, while the S&P500 peaked Wednesday at an all-time high before faltering to end the week mildly up. US tech led the pack once again, offsetting the declining energy and financial sectors.
Gold ended largely flat after initially breaking out back above $2000/oz with pandemic recovery doubts and a weaker dollar, but failed to hold onto these gains as bond yields ticked up amid massive issuance of US debt and the Fed’s comments.
Industry News
Market Indicators
IML $1.10 14.85% (weekly compound annualized rate)
IGP $1.19 0.82%
EMS $1.09 1.42%
C10 $1.51 -0.64%
C20 $0.76 1.16%
IBA $1.03 0.80%
BTC $11,878.37 0.80%
ETH $416.44 -2.87%
GOLD $1,947.05 -0.36%
S&P500 3,389.00 1.04%
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Bitcoin's next 15 years : Year 2020–2035

2020 4Q

~ More companies follow in Microstrategy’s footsteps. Rumors of more corporate treasurers investing in BTC in boardrooms globally. A few listed large corporates announce accumulation of BTC after their buddies have all bought in (Board members, C-suite executives, family, and friends, etc.)
~ Money printing does not stop as the deflationary force of technology is too severe; the new US government formed after Biden’s win begins to adopt MMT as its primary guidance of future economic theory, led by Steph Kelton.
~ The holiday season and strong seasonality pump BTC back to $20k for the first time. Hard rejection and price fall back to $14k.

2021

~ BTC finally breaks $20k after multiple retests of overhead resistance sometime in spring
~ Almost weekly we see another corporation announcing vested interest in BTC
~ No longer in doubt that the asset class is in a bull market. Macro funds pile in. By year-end, we’re at $55k. Newspaper reports Bitcoin has now broken the $1 trillion mark. Most institutions begin scrambling to understand the asset class and set up “Digital Asset Investment teams”
~ Retail money flows to altcoins; Bitcoin is becoming too expensive for “retail” investors. The bitcoin community discusses possibly denoting BTC as sats, but majority of exchanges not interested as they derive most income from alt flows. However, most Bitcoin-only platforms switch to sats as the primary display format led by bitcoiners who now have considerable wealth and influence
~ Increasing talk that some smaller nations are now discussing the prospect of including Bitcoin on their central bank balance sheet
~ The first BTC-denominated corporate bond is launched

2022

~ Those in power have established full BTC positions, and we begin to see subtle clues that some countries are possibly accumulating BTC
~ Private banks selling BTC structured products now out in full force; custody solutions are now institutional-grade. 50% of the world’s banks have some product/solution tailored around bitcoin. The other 50% scramble.
~ Marks the top as BTC momentarily exceeds the most valuable company by market cap (~$2.5 trillion in 2022 @ $130K price). The final days of the frenzy are filled with rumors that central banks have accumulated 10% of global supply, and that it may even form part of the IMF’s global recognized reserve currencies. Crypto Twitter reaches peak “I told you so”

2023

~ The next bear market isn’t as severe as the last few; as the digital asset teams of various institutions are accumulating up to 2-5% of their AuM. It’s now commonly accepted that this asset class is here to stay and that even deploying $10 billion is no longer an issue in an asset class worth an aggregate $5 trillion.
~ BTC finds a floor 60% lower at $50K as smart money accumulates. CT screams for a 80% correction because mUh bItCoIn cYcLeS aNd fRaCtAls
~ Investment banks now have full-fledged research teams dedicated to digital assets. Calls for 80% correction too, so the smart money front-runs.
~ The middle class latches on to the wholecoining meme. “1 Bitcoin to secure a retirement; stack those sats”
~ The wealthy who are now increasingly composed of inherited wealth begin selling real estate/equities/bonds for Bitcoin but holds their BTC with their private bank. Realizing that Bitcoin supply is truly limited and sensing the “1 bitcoin to retire” meme; and that not every millionaire can own 1 bitcoin, many of the rich/ultra-rich scramble to buy 5–100 BTC each if only to cement their status as rich. 5–100 BTC costs $500K-10M (at $100k per BTC)
~ The winning product of the year is an automatic savings plan in bitcoin.

2025

~ Bitcoin is back to trading near its all-time highs of $130K after the 2024 halving cycle, however, the effect is marginal but the markets wrongly attribute it to the halving supply squeeze, building a false narrative for the next cycle in 2028.
~ Institutional money now in full-play; on hindsight we’ll realize the 10-year steady bull-run has actually begun since last year in 2023, similar to the gold bull run from 2000 to 2011
~ More exchanges finally denominate BTC in sats. $100K BTC = 0.1 cent per sat. Logging into platform displays your stack as:
“11.7m satoshis ≈ $17,500”

2028

~ Retail attempts to trade around the 2028 halving cycle. The halving cycle no longer have much of an impact, as demand now far outstrips supply changes
~ Many earlycoiners now sell between $200–400K, only to see it continue its relentless climb at a 30% annual rate
~ The first central bank announces the official addition to their balance sheets; all other central bank begins to FOMO. Cements BTC as a global reserve asset.
~ Governments ask that private ownership of bitcoin be transferred to regulated financial institutions such as their local bank where it will be held under custody. 70% of people do so.

2033

~ Many of the early-coiners now buyback at near to $1M ($20 trillion market cap), finally equaling gold’s market cap at a price of $4000+
~ Bitcoin peaks and meanders under $1M for the next decade
~ Volatility is now <10% per year, merchants begin adopting it en-masse as a medium of exchange

2035

~ 5 years of price stability leads to some merchants re-pricing certain goods in sat-terms
~ The lightning network crosses a billion channels created
~ Fiat does not go away, but most G20 countries decide to ban bitcoin as a medium of exchange for economic transactions. Ownership of bitcoin as an asset is encouraged as a store of wealth; private ownership is frowned upon and in some cases made illegal.
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