Bitcoin is teasing a downside break of its recent trading range, having again faced rejection above $8,000 today.
Bitcoin SV surged more than 200 percent on some exchanges after Craig Wright filed a copyright registration for the bitcoin white paper.
Bitcoin has failed three times in seven days to find acceptance above $8,300, raising the risk of a notable short-term correction.
Popular ethereum markets exceeded $900 million in trading volume on Coinbase last week, its highest amount since late 2017.
Bitcoin has registered double digit gains for three consecutive weeks – a feat last seen at the height of the bull market in 2017.
Amid extremely overbought conditions, bitcoin has fallen by $1,700 on Friday – its biggest intraday price drop since January 2018.
Bitcoin has once again come into contact with a greater crypto market sell-off, slashing its price by more than $1000.
The litecoin cryptocurrency was trading in the triple digits earlier on Thursday for the first time since last June.
Bitcoin is facing a price correction to well below $8,000, as exhaustion leaves the bulls unable to hold onto fresh 10-month highs hit earlier today.
Binance has announced that trading and withdrawals will soon restart after it completed a security upgrade prompted by a recent hack.
With bitcoin’s rally showing signs of exhaustion above $8,000, investors have started pouring money into relatively cheap alternatives.
Coinbase is expanding crypto-to-crypto trading in USD Coin, a dollar-pegged stablecoin, to a host of nations.
Bitcoin clocked fresh 10-month highs earlier today and currently appears on track to post its biggest monthly rise since late 2017.
The price of bitcoin (BTC) rose above $8,000 after surging more $1200 today alone,
Bitcoin (BTC) extended its recent gains today, jumping 16 percent to its highest price since July 31, 2018.
Paxos is doubling down on a traditional approach to crypto custody and enabling instant stablecoin redemptions.
Despite a pullback from 9-month highs overnight, bitcoin has still clawed back nearly a quarter of the losses since its late-2017 record high.
Bitcoin’s price rose above $7,500 on most exchanges for the first time today in over 9 months marking a resurgence of the crypto bull market.
Bitcoin surged to an eight-month high of $6,964 earlier today, as a bull cross of long-term moving averages occurred for the first time since 2015.
Bitcoin’s ascent continues, with prices hitting new multi-month highs earlier today, and other top cryptos like litecoin may soon join the party.