EOS Price Analysis – March 14

  • The medium and short-term outlook is in a range bound market.
  • Traders should be patient during this period of consolidation.

EOS, EOSUSD,EOS chart by TradingView

EOSUSD Price Medium-term Trend: Ranging

  • Supply zones: $9.00, $10.00, $11.00
  • Demand zones: $2.00, $1.00, $0.50

EOS remains in a range-bound market its medium-term outlook. The bears kept the pressure up and pushed the price down to  $3.54 in the demand area before the loss in momentum yesterday. $3.71 was the high of the as the market before the end of yesterday's session. Today’s 4-hours candle at $3.63 closed as inverted hammer an indication of sustained bear pressure.

The price is around the two EMAs with the stochastic oscillator signal in a parallel line at 46% an indication of possible bear pressure as EOSUSD is already down to $3.53 within the range.

EOSUSD is in consolidation and trading between $3.90 in the upper supply area and at $3.50 in the lower demand area of the range. Traders should wait for a breakout at the upper supply area or breakdown at the lower area with a retest before a position is taken. 

EOSUSD Price Short-term Trend: Ranging

EOS, EOSUSD,EOS chart by TradingView

EOS is in consolidation in its short-term outlook. The bears' pressure broke the lower demand area at $3.60 and returned the cryptocurrency back within the range. Rejection of the further downward movement was obvious as denoted by wicks.

$3.54 was the low before the bulls pushed price back into the range.

The price is within the two EMAs and the stochastic oscillator signal is parallel at 55% which is a reflection of the ranging scenario in the short-term

$3.74 in the supply area is the upper price range while $3.60 in the demand area is the lower price range. A breakout from the upper supply area or a breakdown from the lower demand area may occur hence patience is required for this to play out before taking a position.

 

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Dubai-Based Real Estate Giant Aiming to Launch Token on JPMorgan’s Quorum

Siamak Masnavi

Dubai-based real estate developer Emaar Properties says that it plans to launch this year a blockchain-based referral and loyalty platform called EMR that is being built on Quorum, JPMorgan Chase's enterprise-focused fork of Ethereum.

Emmar Properties is one of the world's leading real estate development companies. Its best-known project is Burj Khalifa, which is the world's tallest building. This is a skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) that has a roof height (i.e. total height - the height of the antenna) of 828 m (2,716 ft ).

According to a report published on October 17 by local media outlet ArabianBusiness.com, the EMR platform rewards Emmar's customers with EMR tokens. Emmar says that these tokens "will not only be redeemable in Emaar’s real estate, hotels, ecommerce operations and malls, but can also be traded with other users."

Emmar Chairman Mohamed Alabbar had this to say:

We didn’t become Emaar by standing still, or by thinking small. By launching the EMR utility token ecosystem, Emaar is expanding the concept of connection. We aren’t just looking into the future — we are building it.

It will be possible for customers to use a mobile app (available for iOS and Android) to "access the referral and loyalty system and earn or redeem EMR tokens."

Hadi Kabalan, director of tokenisation at Emaar, stated:

We have an existing ecosystem and a large customer base, as well as millions of further potential users globally who have yet to discover Emaar. Our blockchain token platform positions us to grow our user engagement with today’s digital-native, mobile-first generation who expect a fairer internet and want to be part of the conversation.

For those of you who have not come across Quorum before, here is how a member of the Quorum team described the project in a reply to a Reddit post in November 2018:

"Quorum is a fork of the go-ethereum (geth) client with a few updates that add enterprise level features such as supporting private txns, node permissioning, fast consensus algorithms, block finality, and some others. It was originally created through a joint effort by JPMorgan and core engineers from the Ethereum Foundation. Beyond that, it has advanced to keep up with geth releases and has a full time team dedicated to it and its sub projects... Quorum does not have a mainnet, and the expectation is that users of it set up their own network, be it private or otherwise (we are aware of several that are public)."

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