BTC price plummeted to $41,750 as global markets, stocks and altcoins corrected in the face of escalating tensions between Russia, the United States and Ukraine. The quick-moving volatility that the
Bitcoin price is dropping back toward monthly lows, but analysts agree that the current range is a “buy zone.” Bitcoin’s (BTC) downtrend extended a few rungs lower on Dec.
The flagship cryptocurrency has closed October in profits seven out of nine times since 2013, raising hopes that it would be able to log a fractal bull run in the
Bitcoin is “back in bull market territory” but traders warn that a retest of underlying support levels is bound to occur soon. There was widespread celebration across the crypto ecosystem
The benchmark cryptocurrency retreated alongside risk-on markets as investors shifted their exposure to the U.S. dollar. Bitcoin (BTC) prices briefly fell below $44,000 on Thursday as the United States Dollar
Bitcoin and altcoins are cooling off but data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro shows IOTX, RLY and AXS as the top 24-hour performers. Tuesday started with a bang after Poly Network
Indicators suggest that Bitcoin is looking to repeat the October 2020-like rally that sent the prices from $10,000 to $65,000. Bitcoin (BTC) price reacted as high as $44,600 on Aug.
Hopes of an eventual BTC ETF approval and the rebound of a key support level pushed Bitcoin price well above the $40,000 level, but can the bulls sustain the current
Bitcoin’s range breakout boosted sentiment but traders are waiting for a daily close above $41,000 before taking more decisive action. Bitcoin started the week with a strong breakout to $40,900,
A breakout above $41,000 provoked selling near a key moving average but the move could just be a lower support retest. The overall mood of the cryptocurrency ecosystem is muted