Bitcoin’s three-day price consolidation looks to be a bull breather before a continuation of the recent rally to above $4,000.
Bitcoin’s overnight pullback from three-week highs hit on Friday doesn’t mean the rally is over.
With bitcoin showing resilience to negative news flow, a strong bullish move is looking increasingly likely.
After breaching key support on Sunday, emboldened bears could soon push bitcoin prices back towards $3,100.
Bitcoin’s price saw its biggest drop for seven weeks on Thursday, weakening the prospects of a bullish breakout above $4,100.
Bitcoin is looking increasingly bullish on a key technical chart following its strong move above $4,000.
Bitcoin could be in for a stronger recovery rally ahead of New Year as the recent major sell-off looks to be fading.
Bitcoin is still struggling to find the bottom of a bear market on the anniversary of its $20,000 all-time record price high.
A key long-term bitcoin price indicator is reporting oversold conditions for the first time in almost four years.
Bitcoin still has the potential to drop towards $3,000, despite a minor bounce from 15-month lows seen on Friday.
In a statement shared Thursday, ConsenSys announced that it is letting go 13 percent of its staff.
A strategic shift is in the works at ConsenSys, the sprawling venture studio dedicated to building ethereum-based businesses and products.
A quick recovery from one-week lows seen today may have helped bitcoin avert a bigger sell-off, but the bulls are not out of the woods yet.
Bitcoin may break its three-year December winning streak unless prices convincingly cross key resistance at $4,410 in the next few days.
Bitcoin tanked in November on the back of high volumes, raising the possibility that the market has, to some extent, capitulated.
Bitcoin is teasing a short-term bullish reversal, having just recorded its biggest single-day gain in seven months.
While the bitcoin market is still predominantly bearish, seller exhaustion near $3,500 may be paving the way to stronger corrective bounce.
ICE founder and chairman Jeffrey Sprecher and Bakkt CEO Kelly Loeffler took to the stage during CoinDesk’s Consensus: Invest event on Tuesday.
Bitcoin looks set to end the month below a key long-term support level for the first time in three years.
Bitcoin’s 15-percent recovery from the 14-month low hit yesterday may have opened the doors for short-term price consolidation