Bitcoin experienced a bearish “death cross”. This happens when the shorter-term 50-day moving average dips below the longer-term 200-day moving average threshold. It is widely followed by technical analysts and traders.

Over the weekend, world’s most popular cryptocurrency Bitcoin triggered a technical sell signal, indicating more downside ahead.

Bitcoin experienced a bearish “death cross” which occurs when the 50-day moving average (DMA) dips below the longer-term 200-day moving average. The signal is widely followed by technical analysts and traders.

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Users who want to invest in altcoins must usually juggle between various exchanges, which can become a frustrating and costly experience, especially for beginners and non-technical users. Crypto will be addressing this problem with a “protocol stack,” which is a support for interactions between the different technologies of the cryptocurrency landscape.

For instance, with your Crypto wallet, you will be able to trade between different cryptocurrencies and altcoins as well as second-layer protocols such as the Bitcoin Lightning Network and Ethereum Raiden without the need to have in-depth knowledge of the underlying technologies.