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July 11, 2017, 02:03:02 PM
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What do you prefer and why?

And how can i do fundamental analisis, for example, knowing if a coin is overvalueated or undervalueated ?

I only find technical analisis stuff but nothing about fundamentals on cryptocurrencies, some help?

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July 12, 2017, 06:17:51 AM
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There are a few things you can consider:

-Hash rate - this shows the amount of computing power that is dedicated to mining.  It's relevant because it means that people have enough confidence to invest in BTC's long term future.  A declining hash rate would be very bearish, especially as ASICs constantly get better and cheaper.  You can see hash rate here.

-Scaling - this is an ongoing debate about how to make Bitcoin capable of handling more transactions.  I regard any scaling solution to be bullish in the long term, but chain splits can be bearish in the long term.  You can see which solutions miners are supporting here.

-Supply - a limited supply which would be extremely difficult to change (like Bitcoin's) is a good thing.  You should check the planned increase of supply each year.  Keep in mind that every 210,000 blocks (approximately four years), the increase in Bitcoin's supply will be cut in half.  You can see the current supply here.

-Transactions - this is about how much people use the Bitcoin network for transactions.  In the long-term this number has risen, which is a good sign for BTC adoption.  You can read the amount of transactions in the last 24 hours here.
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July 12, 2017, 08:22:32 AM
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I use only technical analysis, because the fundamental analysis is very late. The price includes everything that is available for this financial instrument. And yet, the price is controlled by the psychology of the market, which directly affects the technique of behavior. It's my opinion. And it help to me.
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July 12, 2017, 09:41:57 AM
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You will need to monitor the changes and you should study the market very well. It is a bit hard but with time and practice you'll be good at it. It is a little different from forex but not 100% different.
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