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Arbitrage Today: BTC, Qtum, XMR, ZEC, EOS, TRX

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Arbitrage opportunities allow cryptocurrency traders to make some decent money regardless of their asset’s current value. In the case of the altcoins, there are plenty of options waiting to be explored. The following currencies and exchanges are worth keeping an eye on throughout the day, albeit timing will be crucial to making the most of these options.

#6 Bitcoin (Koinim / Paribu)

Truth be told, very few people will be aware Paribu and Koinim are two active cryptocurrency exchanges. That is not entirely uncommon, primarily because these platforms might not generate too much liquidity. For some unknown reason, both platforms have Bitcoin valued at a very low price, which allows it to be sold on major exchanges – such as Bittrex, Binance, and Bitfinex – for a small profit.

#5 Qtum (Kraken / KuCoin / Poloniex)

Even though Qtum has noted some very strong momentum over the past week, not all exchanges are trading it at the same value right now. Its value on Kraken is slightly lower than both Poloniex and KuCoin, which allows for a relatively easy arbitrage trade. No big profits should be expected, but this discrepancy might become bigger as the day progresses.

#4 TRON (OKEx / Bitfinex / YoBit)

It doesn’t happen all that often top 15 cryptocurrencies allow for arbitrage trading between different exchanges. In the case of TRON, or TRX, buying it on OKEx, Bitfinex, or Binance will yield a profit if the coins are sold on YoBit. It is uncanny how often YoBit is involved in arbitrage opportunities these days despite its overall low liquidity.

#3 EOS (Poloniex / Binance / YoBit)

Once again, users of the YoBit exchange can reap the benefits from buying EOS cheaper at Poloniex, Bitfinex, or Binance in the coming hours. Albeit it remains to be seen if this trend will remain in place for very long, it can be a worthwhile option to explore at this crucial time.

#2 Monero (Kraken / HitBTC / Poloniex)

On the surface, one wouldn’t necessarily expect Monero to be subject to a lot of arbitrage opportunities in this day and age. Today is shaping up to be an interesting day in this regard, as the price on Kraken is significantly lower compared to both HitBTC and Poloniex. Exploring these options can yield a small profit, depending on how much liquidity can be moved between these different trading platforms.

#1  ZCash (HitBTC / Poloniex / YoBit)

For those who cannot get enough of YoBit, there is one more arbitrage opportunity worth keeping an eye on throughout the day. It would appear ZCash is trading lower on YoBit compare dot most other exchanges. Buying ZEC on hitBTC, Poloniex, or Bittrex should result in some nice profits. Opportunities are plentiful in this industry today, and the the day has only just begun.

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Coinsource Adds Dai Stablecoin to Bitcoin ATM in Preparation of Remittance Roll-Out

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Coinsource, a Texas-based bitcoin ATM operator, announced a partnership with the Maker Foundation to make the Dai stablecoin available on its machines this summer in preparation for the launch of a full remittance service.

Coinsource will be updating all of its 230 machines in 29 US states and the District of Columbia to allow customers to buy, sell, and store Dai stablecoins.

Phase two of the rollout will launch a remittance service allowing crypto ATM and Dai users to send cash from wallet to wallet, enabling recipients to instantly redeem funds at any Coinsource machine or supported location.

Like Facebook’s Libra, Coinsource is hoping to extend financial services to an underserved and unbanked population.

“By offering support for Dai, we can provide the benefits of crypto to customers who are without access to bank accounts, while at the same time allowing them to avoid the price volatility typically associated with today’s often fluctuating crypto markets,” said Sheffield Clark, CEO of Coinsource, in a statement.

MakerDAO limits the effects of market volatility through a 1:1 soft peg to the U.S. dollar, maintained with an underlying basket of crypto assets, Collateralized Debt Positions, and automated stability mechanisms.

Additionally, MakerDAO lets users lock up ethereum as collateral via a smart contract in exchange for Dai. Roughly 2 percent – equivalent to over $340 million – of all ethereum is locked in DAO’s decentralized finance application.

Steven Becker, COO of the Maker Foundation said this partnership will remove some of the barriers to enter the decentralized, permissionless economy.

The remittance service is currently only available in the U.S.

source:.coindesk.

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Coinbase Pro Lists Ethereum-Based Chainlink (LINK) After Google ‘Name Drop’

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Despite the fact that crypto assets are bleeding out against Bitcoin, the Ethereum-based LINK (Chainlink) has recently received the support of Coinbase. This comes amid BTC’s move to $13,400, marking a 333% rally from the cycle bottom of $3,150.

LINK Down 1.2% Despite Coinbase Listing

Announced Wednesday via a blog post, Coinbase Pro, the startup’s cryptocurrency exchange for professional traders, will soon be listing LINK.

Per the announcement, starting around an hour ago, the platform will be accepting inbound deposits for the Ethereum token. Once “sufficient supply” of LINK is established on Coinbase-owned wallets and 12 hours of depositing has elapsed, Coinbase will commence trading for the asset.

Trading will take place against U.S. dollars and Ethereum. And the asset on Coinbase Pro will be supported in all jurisdictions the exchange is available in, sans New York State due to regulatory concerns.

As normal, the launch of trading will take place in four steps: deposits, posting limit orders, matching limit orders, and then full trading.

Despite this listing, however, LINK is down in the past 24 hours. In fact, according to Coin Market Cap, the cryptocurrency is down 1.2%, and down nearly 20% against the market leader, Bitcoin. This confirms this outlet’s previous reports, which revealed that by and large, the so-called “Coinbase (Listing) Effect” is dead.

Google Lauds Chainlink

This news comes hot on the heels of a statement of support for the project from Google. Per previous reports from NewsBTC, Google Cloud, the firm’s cloud computing services platform, released an article titled “Building hybrid blockchain/cloud applications with Ethereum and Google Cloud”.

While this was big news in and of itself, the crypto community focused on the article’s mention of Chainlink, which is focused on facilitating data from the Internet to be translated to and verified for blockchain.

The Ethereum project’s claim to fame is its so-called “oracle” system, which is a recently-launched product meant to improve processes made via blockchain. For instance, if someone is betting on a real-world financial scenario with the Ethereum-centric Augur, an oracle can be used to make the outcome verification process much easier. In the recent post, Google’s Allen Day adds:

“Possible applications are innumerable, but we’ve focused this post on a few that we think are of high and immediate utility: prediction marketplaces, futures contracts, and transaction privacy.”

This recent integration will allow for Chainlink, and Ethereum smart contracts by extension, to interact with BigQuery, Google’s data analyzer and portal. What this does is allows for developers to build decentralized applications that can harness Google, theoretically improving the efficiency and viability of smart contracts.

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Bitcoin’s surge past $12,000 unrelated to Facebook’s Libra, claims Susquehanna executive

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The cryptocurrency industry shot back into the mainstream media’s spotlight on the back of Bitcoin’s phenomenal surge and Facebook introducing its cryptocurrency, Libra. The timing of the current bull run was attributed to Libra’s launch by some members of the community, while others vehemently disputed this fact.

One such critic is Bart Smith, Susquehanna’s Head of Digital Assets, who stated that Libra had nothing to do with the BTC’s price increase and credit had to be solely given to the world’s largest cryptocurrency.

Smith pointed out that Facebook had not yet confirmed whether Facebook’s connecting cryptocurrency wallet will actually support Bitcoin and unless that was proven, there was no way to congratulate Libra for BTC’s growth over the past week. Smith added,

“Unless details come out that Facebook will support BTC transfer, there is no reason to give Facebook credit. This is also a clear indication that the price rise is not driven by Libra but rather because of Bitcoin’s own attributes.”

According to Smith, once Bitcoin broke the $9000 barrier, it pushed through a psychological resistance point which allowed more investors to jump into the Bitcoin ecosystem. Another positive note is the fact that Bitcoin’s previous psychological resistance was in the $5000-$6000 range. However, the same was beaten by the king coin’s stellar rise over the past three months.

Bart Smith further pointed out that the Bitcoin futures market was trading at more than 100 dollars, when compared to the preceding day, with miners raking in profits. There was a general divide among BTC enthusiasts, with some claiming that miners were getting the short end of the stick when it came to profits. However, that has changed a bit right now. Smith said,

“The above-mentioned factors together contributed to Bitcoin’s growth and Libra’s association with it can only be seen as connecting nonexistent dots.”

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