On 1st of November The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) announced the new framework for cryptocurrency exchanges and funds.
On 5h of November Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) made changes to the existing Money Laundering Control Act and the Terrorism Financial Prevention Act regarding cryptocurrencies. Operators now have to make sure that users are using their real names.
On the 1st of November 203 438 477 150 USD were held in the crypto market (according to coinmarketcap data).
On the 30th of November the market cap was 131 478 041 576 USD.
The loss of capital was around 35.37%.
On the 13th of November twitter accounts of Target and The Body Shop were hacked and announced a giveaway of BTC.
Crypto market performance comparison to other assets
|Crude Oil WTI||-20.03%|
|US 10Y Bond||-4.50%|
Source: investing.com. Calculation does not include data on weekends.
|Bitcoin||S&P 500||Crude Oil WTI||Gold Futures||US 10Y Bond||Crypto Market|
|Crude Oil WTI||0.91||0.54||1|
|US 10Y Bond||0.89||0.60||0.88||-0.17||1|
Source: investing.com. Calculations do not include data on weekends.
The total number of ICOs completed in November was 185 (61.08% have not published the results). The total amount raised is equivalent to 479 801 902 USD.
In comparison to October, ICOs raised approx. 25.40% less, however, the total number of ICOs was slightly higher by 6.94% (according to data gathered by us in October).
The market capitalization dropped significantly. Regulations are implemented slowly and still causes a lot of uncertainty. The total market capitalization decreased by 35.37% while S&P 500 outperformed Bitcoin by 37.6%. ICO market experienced a slow down in growth, 185 ICOs launched and raised 25.40% less capital (in comparison to October).