Joseph Young

Joseph is a web developer and designer, writer and a passionate musician who loves to travel often. He's worked as a researcher for a number of venture capital firms and as a freelancer designer for resorts and corporations in Korea and the Philippines.

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Follow up
Analysts and industry executives lay out five major reasons to support bullish continuation for the Bitcoin rally.
After Overnight Flash Crash, Here Are 5 Reasons Why Bitcoin Will Rally Again
Joseph Young
2020-02-21T20:55:00+00:00
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A sudden upsurge of Bitcoin’s price to $10,000 can be narrowed down to three major factors.
What Caused Bitcoin Price to Surge Past $10K Over the Weekend?
Joseph Young
2020-02-09T22:30:00+00:00
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Analysis
CME’s recent launch of BTC options on futures is already generating significant volume, but will it have any effect on Bitcoin’s price?
Effect of CME Futures Options on BTC Price Depends on Halving
Joseph Young
2020-01-24T22:00:00+00:00
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New Year Special
South Korea is at last seeing some progress in crypto regulation, and the government is benchmarking other major markets to oversee the local market.
Prepare for Liftoff — South Korea’s Crypto Regulation Ignites in 2019
Joseph Young
2020-01-15T04:00:00+00:00
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Analysis
As the cryptocurrency market stagnates, Bitcoin is left vulnerable to miner capitulation, which could lead BTC to lower price ranges.
Death Spirals and BTC — What Happens When Miners Capitulate?
Joseph Young
2019-12-08T03:58:00+00:00
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Analysis
Hong Kong rolls out a new framework for crypto exchanges, which could establish an important precedent for the local market.
Hong Kong’s New Criteria on Crypto Exchanges Actually Isn't Important
Joseph Young
2019-11-15T12:10:00+00:00
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Analysis
As the Bitcoin price shows volatility unseen since June, traders anticipate a large move to occur after monthly close on Nov. 1.
Bitcoin Shows Extreme Volatility After $10,600 Spike — Where to Next?
Joseph Young
2019-11-01T11:49:00+00:00
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Analysis
Major crypto markets are forced to delist privacy coins as per FATF requirements, is it counterproductive or a step in the right direction?
Privacy-Focused Cryptos Hunted Down by Forensics and Exchanges
Joseph Young
2019-10-25T16:11:00+01:00
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