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OSL Daily Update – March 18, 2021

$BTC 24 Hour High $59,600
$BTC 24 Hour Low $54,120
$BTC + 9%

$BTC rose more than 9% from its 24 hour low, seemingly thanks to the buying sparked by two major events: (i) news stating Morgan Stanley will be offering its wealth management clients access to bitcoin funds. The bank will be able to offer this exposure to bitcoin thanks to its newly announced partnership with Mike Novogratz’ Galaxy Digital and Stone Ridge’s bitcoin subsidiary, the NYDIG; and (ii) the FOMC conference, where Jerome Powell, chair of the Federal Reserve, made a few peculiar remarks – alluding that the Fed will keep providing economic support until stated otherwise, and that some of the worst economic outcomes have been averted. Given the most recent $1.9T relief plan signed into law by President Biden, it looks to signal Powell is signaling almost indefinite economic support.

Digital assets market:

  • BTC: Support – $57,500, Resistance – $60,000
  • ETH: Support – $1,750, Resistance – $1,880

Alts and DeFi watch:

  • DeFi TVL: $44.65bn
  • Exchange reserves decreasing for: $YFI, $MKR, $LINK
  • Exchange reserves increasing for: $SNX, $BAT, $UMA

News that caught our eye:

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