Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko (left) and U.S. President Donald Trump pose in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, D.C., on June 20, 2017.


If the bitcoin price drops below $7,000 and to the higher end of $6,000, the market will likely experience a strong bounce and record a major rally throughout the third quarter of 2018, potentially back to the $10,000 and $12,000 region, as it did in March. 


Analyst: “By the time September rolls around, the presidential election campaign will be in full swing and Ukraine would have to start the process over again for securing a new loan tranche.”


UX shaken by administrative problems related to Ukraine sanctions on Russia


“…the Russian historian says that he is ‘deeply skeptical’ that the measures taken so far or even being contemplated will have an impact on Putin and his friends as their authors hope.  They are more likely to affect those Russians who have simply tried to protect their wealth by putting some of it beyond the borders of Russia.



The investigation is said to be in its ‘early stages’ with prosecutors reportedly looking into a cryptocurrency trading markets including that of bitcoin and ethereum’s ether token.


A Dutch-led international criminal investigation has concluded that Russia's 53rd Antiaircraft Missile Brigade fired the missile that brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. The result was in effect the murder of all 298 of the passengers and crew on board – followed by the Russian government’s constant lies and misinformation about the crime.


Joost van der Burgt: “Although Bitcoins do not possess any real intrinsic value, from a commodity valuation perspective, we can estimate a hypothetical value based on its production costs.” 


The Saudis refuse to sell them milk, so the world’s richest country is making its own.



Analyst: This is yet another sign pointing to Ukraine’s urgent need in securing the next IMF tranche to handle foreign debt repayments in 2019.


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