Bitcoin triggers bullish Golden Cross signal – April 23

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Current Bitcoin Price: $5597

Bitcoin is up 4.5% over the last 24 hours, complementing its Easter gains. The major digital asset is now up more than 7.5% over the last 7 days, although few altcoins are following the same trend.

Overall, the market is up only 2% today. Ethereum is up a meagre 1.5% with XRP just about breaking even. Bitcoin Cash, EOS, and Litecoin are all up in the 1-3% range, while Binance Coin is down almost 5%.

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👉 Bitcoin triggers bullish Golden Cross signal

The last few months have sparked a little hope in the cryptocurrency market as the bear market has slowed down significantly. In fact, the last few months have shown small amounts of progress to the upside, suggesting that Bitcoin’s big bear run is coming to a close.

Today, Bitcoin triggered a major bullish signal on almost all exchanges: the Golden Cross. In trading analysis, a Golden Cross is where a shorter term moving average crosses over a longer term moving average suggesting a reversal of trends. Bitcoin’s 50 day moving average surpassed its 200 day moving average today, suggesting a general upwards trend.

👉 Yelp adds cryptocurrency acceptance filter

Like it or not, Yelp is still one of the biggest platforms for discovering and reviewing small businesses of all kinds. It already includes filters such as distance, price, and category to help users find the most suitable businesses for them.

A Reddit user has just discovered that Yelp have added an Accepts cryptocurrency to the payment section of their search filters. This means that you can now find crypto-friendly venues with the help of Yelp!

👉 BMW announces VeChain-powered verification

Back in February, BMW announced that they had been contemplating using the VeChain network for a blockchain-based mileage verification tool called VerifyCar. For reference, it’s estimated that one third of all cars in Germany have had their odometers rolled back, falsifying the car’s mileage.

Today, BMW announced they will indeed be using VeChain for VerifyCar. Every interaction with the car will be published on the VeChainThor ledger, allowing users to verify the car’s true history.