Anzahl der aktiven Bitcoin-Adressen könnte auf einen Preisanstieg von $14,7K hinweisen

Höchste Zahl aktiver Adressen

Eine wichtige On-Chain-Metrik, auf die Bloomberg wettet, deutet auf einen Bitcoin-Bull-Run mit einer möglichen 50%igen Preissteigerung hin.

Am 11. Juni erreichte die Zahl der aktiven Bitcoin-Adressen (BTC) 1.040.244. Dies ist die höchste Zahl seit zweieinhalb Jahren. Viele Analysten glauben, dass es eine Korrelation zwischen dieser Kennzahl und dem Gesamtpreis des Marktes geben könnte.

Bloomberg wettet darauf

Bloomberg stellte in seinem jüngsten Krypto-Bericht fest, dass die Anzahl der aktiven Bitcoin-Adressen ein historisch bedeutsamer Aufwärtsindikator ist:

„Der höchste Stand an aktiven Adressen seit etwa zwei Jahren spricht für einen höheren Bitcoin-Preis, wenn die Geschichte als Richtschnur dient“.

Wird sich die Geschichte wiederholen?

Wenn wir historische Daten untersuchen und alle Daten herausgreifen, bei denen es mindestens 1.040.244 aktive Bitcoin-Adressen gab, und den Durchschnitt des Preises nehmen, erhalten wir – $14.700. Daraus können wir spekulieren, dass es eine aufgestaute Dynamik gibt, die auf die Gelegenheit wartet, auszubrechen.

Bloombergs Krypto-Bericht besagt, dass sie erwarten, dass sich der Preis von Bitcoin dem Allzeithoch von 20.000 $ nähert oder im Jahr 2020 sogar 28.000 $ erreichen wird.

Offensichtlich gibt es keine Möglichkeit zu wissen, ob sich die Geschichte wiederholen wird oder ob diese Korrelation irgendwann zusammengebrochen ist.

Seyfi Günay: „Most money laundering still happens in cash“

Seyfi Günay, Director of Financial Crime and Terrorism at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, is an anti-money laundering expert and helps financial institutions in Europe, the Middle East and Africa build effective risk management systems. In an interview with BTC-ECHO, he spoke about the role of crypto currencies in international terrorism and financial crime. Mr. Günay – You are Director of Financial Crime and Terrorism at LexisNexis Risk Solutions.

What kind of Bitcoin revolution do you specialize in?

Every day I work with Bitcoin revolution companies that have to comply with strict national and international regulations on financial crime such as terrorism, money laundering and tax evasion. These Bitcoin revolution companies operate in many different industries, including industry, e-commerce and banking. The banking system, perhaps more than other industries, is at the centre of financial crime because criminals need to move money in order to carry out their crimes.

People who work within the banking system, especially in compliance departments, are decision makers and not only need to be able to keep track of the vast amounts of data they are confronted with on a daily basis. It’s just as important to evaluate information quickly and efficiently to quickly filter out suspicious people or institutions in the system – and that’s where I come in.

The anti-terrorism measures that I manage in Germany and throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa are based on technology and advanced analytics. Technology solutions, combined with data sets and analytical techniques, help compliance analysts classify and understand all the information they face, so they can make better decisions about the identity and intent of a consumer or business.

What does Bitcoin revolution mean to you?

It aims to spread fear through acts of violence in order to achieve a certain result – whatever the cost. Basically, Bitcoin revolution function like large corporations and as such also rely on the banking and financial system to transfer money, for example.

What do you think are the top 3 sources of income in terrorism?

A terrorist organisation, like legitimate companies, needs capital to survive. Among other things, money is needed to pay activists, finance training camps and acquire weapons.

In my view, the majority of terrorist organisations rely on three main sources of income to finance their illegal activities: Donations, drug production and trafficking, kidnapping and ransom extortion. Oil trading, ore mining and smuggling are other sources of income.

Do you have your own crypto currency department in your company?

Instead of a separate department specializing exclusively in crypto currencies, our focus is on providing our customers with technology solutions, advanced connectivity technologies and data to locate suspicious individuals. Banks, telecommunications companies, e-commerce companies and FinTechs and crypto exchanges use our technology to stop cybercrime and fraud as well as financial crime and terrorism.

One of the reasons why crypto exchanges are currently the focus of public attention is that many users are longing for the same control mechanisms as those in the banking sector. The establishment of a similarly complex control system is essential for the success of the crypto-currency industry. However, if crypto exchanges succeed in introducing control measures at bank level, I see no reason why the crypto industry should not be able to develop its full potential.