Green Tea & Digital Assets Weekly Round Up (November 7, 2021)

Green Tea & Digital Assets Weekly Round Up (November 7, 2021)

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β€œTwo things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.” - Albert Einstein

πŸ“° This Weeks Most Interesting Digital Asset News πŸ“°:

NFTs To Be Created In Adobe Photoshop - Link​

ETH Burning Continues As The Tokens Economics Is Already Deflationary (Demand > Supply) - Link​

PolkaDot Is the Project Receiving the Most Inflow From Institutional Investors - Link​

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez to take his whole paycheck in Bitcoin (probably nothing) - Link​

You should listen to the Hut 8 Earnings Call on November 11, 2021 they are one of the top BTC Miners in North America (if you do not own BTC then this is a stock to study up on fast - Link​

Democracts Pass the Infrastructure Bill with Draconian Crypto Taxes taking effect in 2024 (I will write something on this in a future posting) - Link​

πŸ“ˆ Call Out Digital Asset Charts of The Week πŸ“‰:

On Chain Data Still Says ETH Looks Good

For the image above, the MVRV Z-Score is used to assess when Ethereum is over/undervalued relative to its "fair value". When market value is significantly higher than realized value, it has historically indicated a market top (red zone), while the opposite has indicated market bottoms (green zone). Technically, MVRV Z-Score is defined as the ratio between the difference of market cap and realized cap, and the standard deviation of market cap, i.e. (market cap – realized cap) / std(market cap). ETH is still in a solid buy zone based on this on-chain data point.

Bitcoin Is Also Still In A Good Spot and Looks Ready to Break Out Too

The MVRV Z-Score is used to assess when Bitcoin is over/undervalued relative to its "fair value". When market value is significantly higher than realized value, it has historically indicated a market top (red zone), while the opposite has indicated market bottoms (green zone). Technically, MVRV Z-Score is defined as the ratio between the difference of market cap and realized cap, and the standard deviation of market cap, i.e. (market cap – realized cap) / std(market cap). Bitcoin still looks good but on a relative basis ETH looks like it has more room to run to the upside and for a longer period of time. Remember ETH2.0 does not launch until near Q2 2022--I think we have a lot of runway until then.

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