Glenn Williams Jr.

Glenn Williams

Glenn C Williams Jr, CMT is a Crypto Markets Analyst with an initial background in traditional finance. His experience includes research and analysis of individual cryptocurrencies, defi protocols, and crypto-based funds. He has worked in conjunction with crypto trading desks both in the identification of opportunities, and evaluation of performance. He previously spent 6 years publishing research on small cap oil and gas (Exploration and Production) stocks, and believes in using a combination of fundamental, technical, and quantitative analysis. Glenn also holds the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation along with the Series 3 (National Commodities Futures) license. He earned a Bachelor of Science from The Pennsylvania State University, along with an MBA in Finance from Temple University. He owns BTC, ETH, UNI, DOT, MATIC, and AVAX

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Ether Rebounds Versus Bitcoin in Relatively Quiet Trade
Technical factors suggest ether's bounce could pause at current levels.
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The Risks and Rewards of High-Frequency Crypto Trading
High-frequency trading can be lucrative in newer markets like crypto, but HFT is not without its unique risks.
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Bitcoin Volatility and Trading Volume Continue to Decline
The compression in BTC’s trading range implies that market participants are playing things safely for the moment.
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First Mover Asia: Bitcoin, Ether Prices Stuck in 'Wind Tunnel'
There all sorts of indicators traders can use to get a sense of where sentiment is heading in crypto markets. A key metric is funding rates on perpetual futures on bitcoin and ether.
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Crypto Markets Look to Recapture Momentum Following Down Week
Trading volume increases for both bitcoin and ether, but trails their 20-day moving averages. CoinDesk’s Bitcoin Trend Indicator signals neutral again.
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First Mover Asia: Bitcoin Regains $27K Amid Encouraging Macro, Technical Signs
ALSO: The stablecoin supply ratio has dropped 11% over the past 11 days, suggesting that buying power for stablecoins may be increasing, writes CoinDesk analyst Glenn Williams.
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Bitcoin Prices Retrace as Traders With Varying Time Horizons Jockey for Position
Longer term holders remain resilient. Bitcoin super whales warrant attention, as they have recently reduced positions.
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Bitcoin Roller Coaster Ride Wednesday Underlines Its Vulnerability but Also Its Resilience
Bitcoin and ether rose on mildly favorable inflation data, sank amid rumors of a U.S. government sell-off of BTC and then climbed again as investors shrugged off the tumult.
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Web3 Represents a Strong Alternative to Today’s Internet
It’s a strong alternative to the current centralized internet, and there are associated crypto tokens worth examining.
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Bitcoin, Ether Slide for 4th Consecutive Day, While Altcoin Trading Volume Spikes
While the two largest cryptocurrencies trade near recent levels of support, lesser known altcoins trade at twice their average volume.
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