Bitcoin (BTC) suffered its largest single-day loss since the March 13th flash crash last week, following a series of bearish fundamental and technical developments.
You’re betting that ETH will continue to rise, and thus buy more of it using debt. This scheme quickly falls apart, though, if ETH drops below the collateralization rate and traders get liquidated...
Bitcoin (BTC) traded between the $12,800 to $11,100 levels last week, as the pioneer cryptocurrency defended critical technical support amidst a barrage of technical selling pressure.
“Token Age Consumed” offers investors insight into the movement of dormant coins. It is the number of tokens that changed addresses on a specific date multiplied by the days since it last moved...
Bitcoin (BTC) traded between the $12,480 to $11,370 levels last week, as the number cryptocurrency reversed sharply after hitting a 13-month trading high.
Bitcoin (BTC) traded between the $11,100 to $11,900 levels last week, as traders continued to buy into meaningful price dips, but ultimately failed to crack the technically important $12,000 level.
Earlier this week, the crypto markets took a pause from its current run with most coins in the red...
Bitcoin (BTC) traded between the $10,900 to $11,900 price this week, as traders and investors remained largely optimistic towards the ongoing breakout in the number one cryptocurrency.
Bitcoin (BTC) rallied to its highest trading level in over twelve months last week, as the ongoing breakout in the number one cryptocurrency reached the $12,100 resistance level.
Bitcoin (BTC) finally started to breakout to the upside last week, following weeks of narrow range bound trading conditions, and depressed trading volumes.