A correction refers to a rapid price decrease, which traders can use to their advantage with the assistance of cryptocurrency trading bots. Although the definition for a correction differs, it is most often used to describe a rapid decrease in an asset’s price, usually at least 10% and up to 20%. If an asset falls more than that, the price dip is classified as a market crash. Corrections are often the result of a minor event, such as low trading volumes or other technical factors. They, therefore, occur fairly regularly, lasting a few days, weeks and, in some cases, months. The term correction is then used since the price will often return to its expected value. However, the alternative may also be true. A correction may lead to a larger decline, a bear market. As most know, the cryptocurrency market is defined by its volatility, making it normal for prices to move up and down fairly regularly. Looking at the 2021 year alone, the cryptocurrency market was subject to four market corrections and another market event. For this reason, analysts will also recommend market corrections as a great opportunity for investors to buy assets “on sale.” The main concern here is that it can be hard to determine when a correction might occur. For this reason, crypto trading bots can play a crucial role in helping traders determine when to buy and sell using signals and indicators and also just not to miss that moment while being away from the screen.Čítaj viac
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The Bank of Thailand has stated that it does not want commercial banks to be directly involved in the trading of crypto assets.The edict came from central bank senior director Chayawadee Chai-Anant on Dec. 7 who cited risks associated with high price volatility.”We don’t want banks to be directly involved in digital asset trading because banks are (responsible) for customer deposits and the public and there is risk.”The latest round of central bank suppression of digital assets comes at a time when commercial banks have been making investments in local cryptocurrency exchanges, according to a Bangkok Post report.In early November, Thailand’s oldest bank Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) announced that it was acquiring a 51% stake in the country’s largest crypto exchange, Bitkub. In late August, the Zipmex crypto exchange raised $1.3 billion in funding from the country’s fifth-largest lender, Bank of Ayudhya.The Bank of Thailand (BoT) has taken an increasingly tougher stance against digital assets despite their growing popularity in the country among individuals, companies, and banks.Last week, BoT senior director Sakkapop Panyanukul warned businesses about accepting crypto, stating: “If other currencies are widely used, it will impact the central bank’s ability oversee the economy.” Referring to tokens not backed by assets, he labeled them as “blank coins.”The central bank has also expressed concern over the use of cryptocurrencies to pay for goods and services. In a related report on Dec. 8, Chai-Anant commented that digital assets could be detrimental to merchants and consumers because they are “associated with high price volatility and risks of cyber theft, personal data leakage, and money laundering.”“If digital assets become widely used as a means of payment for goods and services, such risks could affect payment system stability, financial stability, and consumer protection.”Related: Thai lawmakers urged to approve tourism crypto to entice digital nomadsThe BoT warnings come just a fortnight after the Kingdom’s tourism ministry ramped up its efforts to encourage the crypto-rich to visit the country. The Tourism Authority of Thailand has declared the country “crypto-friendly” but clearly, the central bankers don’t want it to be too friendly.Thailand’s economy is heavily dependent on the tourism industry which has been battered during the pandemic. Much of the Kingdom remains in lockdown with very few arrivals at the time of writing despite efforts to lure crypto nomads and the like to a country where the central bank doesn’t want them using digital currencies.Čítaj viac
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