HomeCryptoWeekly RoundupWeekly roundup March 18 – March 22

Weekly roundup March 18 – March 22

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As bitcoin pushed the upper limits of the $3,000 range this week, headlines came in regarding negative bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) comments, Jack Dorsey recruiting, and more.

Catch the details from the past few days:

Bitcoin rejects off $4,000 zone of resistance

Bitcoin’s chart also continued in its path of a bullish 50 and 100-day moving average (MA) crossover. Although, a fakeout and subsequent cross back down is still possible.

GreenAddress mobile wallet becomes Blockstream Green

This week, Crypto Insider reported on news of a revamped crypto wallet. Known as Blockstream Green, the remodeled, rebranded mobile wallet makes “use of a new development kit, and adds new features such as multisig two-factor authentication for greater security and hardware wallet support,” Crypto Insider noted.

The wallet is available for Android and iOS mobile users, although the Android version reportedly includes greater functionality currently, with additional iOS features anticipated in the future.

SEC receives adverse feedback on the prospect of a bitcoin ETF

Regarding the VanEck-SolidX product, the SEC posted seven different official comments (as of the time the article was written) on its website with February and March dates. The majority of comments lobbied against approval of the mentioned bitcoin ETF in question.

Jack Dorsey is hiring 4 Bitcoin developers and 1 designer at Square Crypto

Inexption and UPS join up to deliver end-to-end blockchain solution

Inexption employs a blockchain-based solution for added security and privacy, as well as providing multiple other features. UPS brings delivery and transportation, fitting well in the equation.

The collaboration between UPS and Inexption “allows sellers to see and track the whole supply chain process, with confidence in a proven shipping giant like UPS,” Crypto Insider explained.
This week, Crypto Insider also posted content on Huobi’s upcoming Prime platform launch, Bip 157, Neutrino and the Light Lightning Client, and further Quadriga oddities.

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BJ is a full time writer, editor, and trader in the cryptocurrency space. He has written many professional articles for numerous ICOs, news sites, and other interested parties in the crypto space. He is also a trader, staying up to date with the crypto markets constantly, and dabbling in traditional financial market trading occasionally.