EOS Price Analysis - June 5

  • The bears are still in control of both the medium and short-term outlook for EOS
  • The 10-day EMA shows strong resistance and the bears always increase their momentum - especially around this indicator

Eos, EOSUSD, Cryptocompare chart

EOSUSD Medium-term Trend: Bearish

Supply zones: $16.00, $17.00, $18.00

Demand zones: $11.00, $10.00, $0.9000

The bearish trend continues in the medium-term outlook of Eos. The increase in bear momentum the pushed price further south - breaking the demand zone at $13.00 and making a further low at $12.84. A bullish railway track was formed at this area, and this brought the the bulls baclk to the scene. Their attempt to push the price high was rejected. The 10-day EMA serves as a strong resistance against the upward move - as you can see from the chart. The dail candle opened below the 10-day EMA which indicates more sellers in the market for a further push of the price to the downside. Today’s opening price was $13.63 as against yesterday's opening of $14.44 which is a reflection of the bears' pressure. The Stochastic oscillator was in the oversold region - but was rejected for upward momentum. Conversely, the downward momentum will prevail in the medium term as the bears keep the pressure high.

EOSUSD Short-term Trend: Bearish

Eos, EOSUSD, Cryptocompare chart

The medium-term outlook of the pair remains bearish. The bears kept the market under control as downward momentum was kept strong. From the supply area at $14.00 the price was pushed down to the demand area at $12.80. The bulls activities were minor in this area and may likely be a correction for a further price downward slide. The upper range of the Bollinger band serves as a good resistance while the lower range serves as a good support. The stochastic oscillator is at 41 percent and its signal points down which implies downward momentum in price. The bears may likely retest the $12.50 demand area in the short term.

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First Stablecoin Trading Pair Goes Live on Binance DEX

Venture capital backed blockchain startup Stably, the issuer of USDSB, the first stablecoin to be launched on Binance Chain, has announced that a trading pair for USDSB is going live on Binance DEX today (June 24).

Seattle-based Stably was co-founded by Kory Hoang (Chief Executive Officer), a former Private Equity Data Analyst for PitchBook, David Zhang (Chief Technology Officer, who used to be a Software Development Engineer at Amazon, Amiya Diwan (Chief Product Officer), also a former Software Development Engineer at Amazon, and Bryan Guy (Chief Legal Officer), who is a licensed attorney.

Stably announced on 1 November 2018 the early access launch of its pegged and fully dollar-collateralized stablecoin, StableUSD (USDS), which had first been launched on the Ethereum mainnet on 16 August 2018. Stably said at the time that the fiat reserves were held in FDIC-insured escrow accounts managed by custodian Prime Trust, and that a leading accounting firm, Cohen & Co., would be conducting weekly attestations for these fiat reserves. 

Then, on 1 February 2019, USDS got listed on Binance's centralized exchange (Binance.com), and two trading pairs for it—BNB/USDS and BTC/USDS—went live on 5 February 2018.

Later that month, trading pairs to support trading USDS against four other stablecoins—USDT, USDC, PAX, and TUSD—became available on Binance.com.

On March 18, Stably said that USD had received support from Binance's over-the-counter (OTC) desk. Kory Hoang, the Stably CEO, had this to say at the time:

“Partnering with Binance OTC allows us to provide even more liquidity to trading shops who want to move large amounts between major cryptocurrencies and USDS."

In a blog post published on June 3, Stably announced it was going to issue StableUSD on Binance Chain, and that USDSB, a BEP-2 token, would become the first stablecoin on Binance Chain. Mahraan Qadir, Director of Product Management at Stably, went on to say:

Building on Binance Chain provides many benefits for stablecoin users, such as improved security, ease of use, and speed of transaction. This makes USDSB one of the fastest major stablecoins on the market, with one-second block confirmation time and the ability to process several thousands of transactions per second."

He also said:

Expanding onto Binance Chain will also allow the Stably team to eventually submit a proposal to list USDSB on Binance DEX, an initiative that we are planning to achieve in the coming weeks. If it is approved by the validators and gets listed, USDSB will become the first stablecoin to launch on Binance DEX..."

Well, now, three weeks later, we find out via another blog post by Qadir that USDSB has indeed been listed on Binance DEX and that trading pair BNB/USDSB is going live today on Binance DEX (expected to happen aat 10:00 UTC). Furthermore, he says that Stably is "planning to list USDSB with additional assets on Binance DEX very soon."

Also, according to Qadir, today, two trading pairs for USDSB are being launched on Binance.com: USDSB/USDT and USDSB/USDS.

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