Cryptocurrency exchange Seed CX has cut fees as competition piles into the profitable crypto trading space.
Bitcoin’s recovery from an 18-day low has neutralized the bearish setup, but a strong follow-through is needed to put the bulls back in charge.
Bitcoin slipped to an 18-day low today, as a key indicator threatens to turn bearish for the first time in a year.
The U.S. arm of cryptocurrency exchange Binance is opening for registration and deposits on Wednesday.
Ether, XRP rise to 1-Month highs despite bitcoin’s poor performance in recent weeks.
The Korean arm of the exchange has dropped support for privacy-enhancing cryptocurrencies including monero, zcash and dash.
History looks to be repeating itself in the bitcoin market, as a key indicator’s bullish turn could mark the beginning of the next meteoric price rally.
Tassat, formerly trueDigital, has teamed up with AlgoTrader to provide institutional traders access to its soon-to-launch bitcoin swaps contracts.
The U.K FCA has authorized CF Benchmarks as a Benchmark Administrator under EU regulation coming into effect in January.
CME Group wants to double the maximum number of bitcoin futures contracts traders can buy for each month.
A filing with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange backs up earlier suggestions that Huobi seeks to go public through a firm acquired in 2018.
The “klay” cryptocurrency from messaging app giant Kakao is to make its first official exchange listing on Upbit later this month.
Bitcoin’s price rally has stalled in the last 10 weeks, but the bullish case remains intact with prices well above historically strong price support.
Binance’s dollar-backed stablecoin, BUSD, created in partnership with the Paxos Trust Company, will soon be available for trading.
Bitcoin has recovered from nine-day lows hit earlier today and may pick up a bid over the next 24 hours.
Bitcoin is lacking clear directional bias at press time, having failed to capitalize on a bullish breakout on Monday.
Nasdaq has added a new index that aims to offer the markets information on blockchain projects working in the decentralized finance space.
Bitcoin may slide further toward $9,750 this week unless the bulls can force a move above $10,350 in the next few hours.
As the Chinese yuan falls in value due to the trade war with the U.S., there are signs that locals are increasingly moving funds into bitcoin.
Bitcoin is flashing double-digit gains on a week-to-date basis putting it on track to end its longest weekly losing run in nine months.