Bitcoin’s bulls have failed to make a solid move above $9,000, having briefly topped the psychological resistance level earlier on Friday.
Bitcoin’s bulls are showing signs of exhaustion, having engineered a speedy rally to $8,900.
Tuesday’s sharp rise looks to have put bitcoin on path toward the 200-day average at $9,100.
A bitcoin chart indicator is about to turn bearish for the first time since June 2018, but should have little effect on prices.
The price of bitcoin (BTC) has risen once again after a successful launch of CME’s bitcoin options.
Bitcoin’s six-month downtrend looks to have ended with last week’s double-digit price gain.
Bitcoin has erased 45 percent of recent gains in what appears to be a low-volume pullback.
Bitcoin’s bullish case remains intact with prices holding well above key support near $7,570.
Bitcoin looks set to take a page out of gold’s book and confirm a price breakout on the weekly chart.
Bitcoin’s price has hit a new record for 2020, reaching as high as $8,438 before retracing slightly.
Bitcoin’s recent gains have led to a bullish chart breakout and brought a key long-term price resistance into play for the first time in over two months.
Bitcoin’s price jumped Monday as tether’s market capitalization swelled by $500 million in a matter of minutes.
Bitcoin is drawing bids amid heightened geopolitical uncertainty and could soon rise above key resistance at $7,580, confirming a short-term bullish breakout.
Hedera Hashgraph, the company behind the blockchain-like Hedera network, is asking investors to wait longer for tokens they paid for, in order to stabilize their cratering price.
Despite the downtrend in the latter half of 2019, bitcoin is on track to significantly outperform gold and stocks.
Bitcoin logged its biggest daily gain in seven weeks on Wednesday, neutralizing the bearish scenario.
Bitcoin risks dropping to seven-month lows below $6,500, having found acceptance under a key long-term price support.
Bitcoin has dropped to three-week lows and risks a deeper slide, but longs are being placed in record numbers on Bitfinex.
Bitcoin bears have dominated the second half of this year, but the cryptocurrency is still up 127% year on year.
Bitcoin is again looking weak, having charted a lackluster bounce from two-week lows in the last 24 hours.