The golden cross and death cross have long helped traders predict and confirm long-term price trends. Here’s a primer for crypto investors.
Bitcoin is at risk of another sell-off after its price fell beneath a key moving average on Nov. 15, while traditional markets hit record highs.
Speaking at CoinDesk’s Invest: NYC, Heath Tarbert addressed ethereum futures markets and the move to a proof-of-stake model with Ethereum 2.0.
Bitcoin may soon face selling pressure, courtesy of an impending bear cross. Longer term, though, the picture may be less gloomy for the bulls.
The exchange, along with its existing wallet and debit card service, readies Crypto.com for rainy days and bull runs alike, CEO Kris Marszalek said.
The first ever cryptocurrency firm to be listed on a major stock exchange has launched a new bitcoin fund.
Chicago exchange CME Group has announced it will launch options on its bitcoin futures contracts in mid-January.
The regulated firm is opening up its stablecoin-to-USD swaps facility to third parties, starting with Binance.
HTC’s special edition EXODUS blockchain smartphone will allow users to directly access Binance’s decentralized exchange and token.
Bobby Cho, former trading head at Cumberland, has formed a crypto prop-trading firm with former two Circle execs.
Crypto exchange Bittrex is looking to return crypto holdings to customers in sanctioned nations, but there are conditions.
Bitcoin is on slippery ground after two weekly losses in a row and multiple rejections at key price resistance.
Bitcoin looks on track to produce a bullish long-term signal not seen in 3.5 years.
Tether says its USDT stablecoin is “fully backed by reserves,” after reporting in April its token was only 74% backed.
Bitcoin has been tiptoeing along key support, but evaporating bullish sentiment may see prices roll over to levels below $9,000.
Malta-based cryptocurrency exchange Binance has agreed to help Ukraine prepare rules for cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin’s struggle for a bullish breakout continues with a falling trendline capping gains for the fifth time in 11 days.
The number of bitcoin addresses holding more than 1,000 BTC has grown in the past 12 months, possibly reflecting an influx of wealthy investors.
A general email update exposed addresses of possibly up to 22,000 users Friday morning.
Another flash crash has occurred for bitcoin (BTC), this time on the Coinbase Pro and Deribit exchanges.