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18+ content on the blockchain: the OKOIN system launches ICO

VR OKO is the first decentralized platform for distributing adult content in virtual reality based on blockchain technology At the core of the project is the eponymous virtual reality headset created especially for viewing interactive erotic films

Thanks to the latest technologies, the VR OKO platform sidesteps all the limitations of distributing “adult” content and makes it available to all, anywhere in the world VR OKO allows you to make absolutely anonymous payments in the system thanks to the OKOIN cryptocurrency Right now, you can already use Bitcoins to buy the VR OKO headset and access to a video library of over 500 films in 40 different genres Every film is interactive and allows you to immerse yourself in the very center of the action More than that, you can choose your vantage point, perspective and zoom level VR OKO’s ICO is on December 14

And on January 26, in Prague, at the Basilica of Sacré Cœur, VR Technology will host a party for 100 random attendees Join in!

Bitcoin plunges 18% after topping $11,000 in extremely volatile trading

The digital currency dropped more than 18 percent from a record high of $11,38833 to current levels around $9,292 on Wednesday, according to CoinDesk

Trading was extremely volatile as exchanges such as Coinbase's GDAX struggled to keep up with the surging demand "There's no fundamental value to any of this stuff and it's all based on supply and demand at any point in time," said Leigh Drogen, a former trader who now heads Estimize, a 6-year-old company that collects and publishes financial estimates for data such as earnings

Bitcoin has gained, and plunged, well over $1,000 in less than 24 hours The digital currency dropped more than 18 percent from a record high of $11,38833 to $9,29030 on Wednesday, according to CoinDesk Bitcoin then attempted to recover the $10,000 level in the late afternoon and was last trading around $9,795 Trading was extremely volatile as exchanges struggled to keep up with the surging demand

Trading volume was a whopping $975 billion over the last 24 hours, according to CoinMarketCap, compared with $226 billion for digital currency ethereum Coinbase, the leading US

website for buying and selling bitcoin, reported record-high traffic Wednesday Services were unavailable for some customers Coinbase's GDAX exchange also reported "performance issues and downtime" Wednesday afternoon, but as of about 3:20 pm ET, it said those issues had been resolved

"It's definitely been going a bit parabolic over the past few weeks I think today's action marks somewhat of an inflection point," said Jonathan Krinsky, chief market technician at MKM Partners "But it's still 200 percent above its 200-day moving average, so it's not surprising to see some consolidation here" That all-time high itself came as bitcoin's gains accelerated About a week after crossing above $8,000, bitcoin topped $9,000 Sunday before soaring above $10,000 Tuesday evening

"This isn't going to end There's not enough liquidity from the market making to handle big-size [trading] when stuff gets loose like this It's not going to end," said Leigh Drogen, a former trader who now heads Estimize, a 6-year-old company that collects and publishes financial estimates for data such as earnings "This is one of the most difficult markets to trade because of the volatility Everything is sped up by 10 times

" Drogen pointed out that unlike the stock market, the bitcoin market has no big firms that would step in to buy after a sharp price drop, effectively supporting the price "There's no fundamental value to any of this stuff and it's all based on supply and demand at any point in time

" Since bitcoin's market capitalization is less than $200 billion, enthusiasts say the digital currency could rise dramatically if it draws even a tiny fraction of the world's $200 trillion in traditional financial market assets Former Fortress hedge fund manager Michael Novogratz predicted Monday on CNBC's "Fast Money" that bitcoin could "easily" be at $40,000 at the end of 2018 But Novogratz said Tuesday at CoinDesk's Consensus Invest conference that cryptocurrencies like bitcoin are "going to be the biggest bubble of our lifetimes" Other major digital currencies fell Wednesday afternoon Ethereum traded near $448, almost 14 percent off its all-time high hit earlier in the day, according to CoinMarketCap

Bitcoin offshoot, bitcoin cash, traded around $1,466, down roughly 5 percent on the day, according to CoinMarketCap Sluymer said he sees support for bitcoin around $8,500 to $9,000, followed by $7,500 On the other hand, he said it will likely be difficult for bitcoin to surpass $10,200 in the near term Fundstrat has a mid-2018 price target for bitcoin of $11,500

Source: Youtube