The top cryptocurrency hit a high of $38,461 during the European hours, extending Wednesday’s double-digit rally.
De acuerdo a analistas, la criptomoneda necesitará una mayor cantidad de compras al contado para mantenerse por encima de esa marca
Bitcoin has fallen toward a key area of psychological support near $18,000.
Bitcoin fell more than $1000 dollars, it’s sharpest decline in almost three weeks, as panic gripped the markets.
Bitcoin’s price broke through $18,000 in what some experts are attributing to global events and bullish fundamentals in crypto.
Bitcoin breaks above $16,000, reaching an almost three-year high.
Bitcoin (BTC) has crossed into the bullish territory, but may remain vulnerable to another sell-off in stocks.
Bitcoin advanced on Monday, ending a 10-day-long price consolidation, as the U.S. dollar weakened against gold and fiat currencies.
Bitcoin is looking to leap key resistance alongside a strong rally in gold, but its role as an inflation hedge is still weak.
The number of active ether addresses just clocked a recent high, possibly thanks to its growing role in decentralized finance.
The eighth-largest cryptocurrency by market value jumped to $0.1021 on Saturday to hit its highest price level since June 2019. It has rallied by a staggering 170% in the second quarter, according to CoinDesk data.
Bitcoin’s positive correlation with stocks continues Monday, with the cryptocurrency drawing bids alongside gains in global equities.
Ether’s put-call open interest ratio has jumped to 12-month highs. However, this increase is not necessarily a bearish signal.
Bitcoin’s correlation with the S&P 500 is somewhat erratic, but the relationship has just got stronger. That may not be bad news.
Bitcoin is still outperforming the top traditional financial assets so far in 2020 – even after a dour performance this month.
Bitcoin chalked out minor price gains on Sunday, ending its longest run of daily losses for half a year and avoiding a break below the ongoing restricted trading range.
The Compound token almost fell back below $200 earlier this week, before Coinbase rode to the rescue. It listed the token for retail users, and gave COMP a nice price bump.
The narrative that inflation arising from the massive coronavirus stimulus efforts would lead to a long-term rise in bitcoin’s price is looking weak with new data from the Federal Reserve.
Bitcoin looks set to end its three-quarter losing run despite having dropped to $9,000 earlier on Thursday.
The cryptocurrency’s options market is on its way to a record $1 billion monthly expiry this Friday.