The bitcoin resists despite the strong bitles :

The recent hacks that have hit the most famous crypto currency and the tensions surrounding regulation and the future of virtual currencies are impacting the price of Bitcoin down. Find in this context our detailed technical analysis with our expectations.

Bitcoin again victims a piracy that impacts his course
The days follow and look alike for Bitcoin. The Japanese company Coincheck was hacked last Friday. Indeed, 429 million euros, or 58 billion yen were stolen. Not surprisingly, Bitcoin has been impacted by the announcement of piracy of the company. In such a context, the Coincheck platform said it would repay 90% of the 58 billion yen. Regarding the Financial Services Agency (FSA), Japan's financial regulator, the institution has demanded that Coincheck improve its functioning and said it will inspect all cryptocurrency platforms. Obviously, the FSA is not an isolated case. The ACPR (the Constable of Banks and Insurance) and the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) have called on savers to be vigilant before investing in cryptocurrency.

The future of bitcoin and cryptomonnaies about debate
Meanwhile, Steven Mnuchin, US Treasury Secretary, told the Davos Economic Forum that crypto-currencies were cause for concern. Nevertheless, Christine Lagarde, Executive Director of the IMF, does not hear it that way. And for good reason, she recently said that "Not so long ago, some experts argued that personal computers would never be adopted, and that tablets would be used only as expensive coffee. I think it would not be wise to reject virtual currencies. " Like the boss of the IMF, Wall Street has embraced the cause of Bitcoin with the launch of the futures contract on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME). To go further, Jerome Powell, future president of the Federal Reserve (Fed) raised during his hearing in the US Senate, the idea of ​​launching a cryptocurrency that would be controlled by the US central bank.