The bulls are out in force and looking to deliver a strong message ahead of the long weekend. Bitcoin at $5,400 would be a start…
The crypto bears take an early bite, with Bitcoin visiting sub-$5,000 levels before finding support. It could be a choppy day ahead…
After a mixed bag on Monday, the broader market sees red at the start of the day. Bitcoin will need to hold onto $5,200 for the broader market to avoid a mass sell-off.
While it’s another positive start to the day, some red is beginning to hit the board. Support levels could be tested later in the day should sentiment not improve.
Bitcoin moves back through to $5,000 levels early on. Holding above $4,900 levels through the day will be a major coup for the Bulls.
Despite being in a steep bear market for the past year and a half, things are starting to look up for the cryptocurrency industry – particularly for Bitcoin.
In a recent interview with Bitcoinist at DevCon Seattle, NEO founder Da Hongfei provided details about his insights into what he believes the future of cryptocurrency looks like.
Leading bank JP Morgan has launched JPM Coin, a blockchain-based token that is used as a settlement layer for their wholesale payments business. The lender’s wholesale payments business moves over $6 trillion daily around the world.
As of January 31, 2019, leading cryptocurrency exchange Binance has enabled credit and debit card payments. This is another strategic move for the company to not only grow their user base but also help push the crypto industry one step closer towards mainstream adoption.
Popular trading app Robinhood gains approval to allow New York residents to trade virtual currencies.
Today marks a milestone for the Bitcoin and broader cryptocurrency industry. It is Bitcoin’s 10 year anniversary. On January 3, 2009, Satoshi created the genesis block which sparked the blockchain industry we see today.
Mark Karpeles, the former CEO of defunct cryptocurrency exchange Mt. Gox reasserts his innocence during the closing arguments of his trial.
Donald Trump has chosen pro-Bitcoin Mick Mulvaney to act as the White House Chief of Staff come 2019.
The G20, an international forum for governments and central banks, has recently signed a declaration to regulate cryptocurrencies. The declaration was signed in Buenos Aires and covers many topics involving tax evasion, anti-money laundering, anti-terrorism, and public policy.In Section 25, the declaration explicitly mentions cryptocurrencies:“We will step up efforts to
As the cryptomarket progressed through much of this year, a jump in volatility and a wave of bearish sentiment, following December’s broad-based cryptomarket rally, led to plenty of debate on whether Bitcoin and the broader market gains to record highs back in December was just a bubble ready burst.Certainly, when
Wednesday was somewhat of a poignant day for the cryptomarkets, with the ongoing Bitcoin Cash battle between Bitcoin ABC and Bitcoin SV raising the stakes, with today’s hard fork and anticipated split doing Bitcoin and the broader market few favors.
Bitcoin Cash was in the green through the early part of this morning, up 2.87% at the time of writing to $535.4, with the gains coming off the back of a flat Tuesday.
Bucking the trend of previous hard forks, where coin holders and those looking to profit from the creation of new coins would buy into the cryptocurrency ahead of a hard fork, is Bitcoin Cash that has garnered plenty of news attention over the last week.
The volatility seen through the much of the year contributed to the uptick in volumes as investors and traders from other asset classes were drawn in to trade the daily swings that were sizeable when comparing to even the more exotic currencies and the global equity markets.