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Another week, another round of Crypto Tidbits. Over the past week, Bitcoin has flatlined, trading between $6,500 and $6,800 for a number of days. Almost all altcoins followed suit, also posting close to no notable price action over the past few days. Ripple’s XRP, though, got some time in the spotlight, rallying 10% higher on Thursday…
Bitcoin has continued to strengthen over the past few hours, rallying as high as $6,850 on Tuesday morning and now trading at $6,790 as of the time of this article’s writing. According to data from TradingView, the cryptocurrency has gained 4% since the trading session started, marking yet another day of gains.BTC remains below the…
What a crazy day it’s been for markets thus far. Bitcoin, after falling as low as $5,700 during Sunday’s retracement, rallied as high as $6,650 on Monday morning on the back of news from the Federal Reserve.While a portion of this move has been retraced, with Bitcoin now trading at $6,400 as of the time…
Bitcoin bulls were quite pleased on Saturday morning when Bloomberg’s Joe Weisenthal shared the “Automatic BOOST to Communities Act” published by Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib of Michigan.While all politicians in the U.S. have responded to the coronavirus outbreak by proposing stimulus, Tlaib’s took the cake for being extreme. The program she proposed, which included a temporary…
Despite it being a weekend, volatility has persisted in the Bitcoin market. After falling as low as $5,000 today, the cryptocurrency spiked 15% in minutes, rallying to $5,950 from $5,150 in an hour’s time. Unfortunately, BTC was unable to hold its gains, seeing a strong rejection at $6,000 to fall to $5,400 as of the…
Bitcoin and the crypto market haven’t been the only assets falling over the past week or two.This week marked one of the stock markets and commodity market’s worst performances in history, with the S&P 500 and Dow Jones falling by around 12% from their all-time highs established just earlier this month. It was so bad…
Over the past decades, central banks like the Federal Reserve have failed to keep inflation rates stable. Bitcoin may benefit from this trend. After the cryptocurrency’s upcoming halving, after which the coin will have “economically indisputable reasons” to become a legitimately competitive store of value versus other world currencies.Connection Between Halving and InflationMay 2020, Bitcoin…
While Bitcoin is an asset independent of central banks, of banks, and of Wall Street, the cryptocurrency’s strength and underlying value proposition have become increasingly dependent on events in the traditional financial world as this fledgling industry has grown.Related Reading: Bitcoin Fixes This: Top Bank Chief Says Monetary Policy is FailingOne such pro-Bitcoin event, or…
A study by Bitcoin mining firm Genesis Mining has shown that a startling number of US citizens have no idea about how their financial system works. A whopping 29 percent of respondents said they thought the US dollar is still backed entirely by gold. The study’s findings highlight just how little is really known by…
Bitcoin is about to become a hot asset as the US central bank goes ahead with its pseudo-quantitative easing program, believes a few bigwigs. Travis Kling, the chief investment officer at California-based Ikigai Asset Management, called bitcoin “an insurance policy” against Jerome Powell’s decision to resume Treasury purchases. The Federal Reserve chairman on Tuesday confirmed…