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Bitcoin (BTC) is about to see a massive bout of volatility, according to a long-term technical indicator. Sure, the leading cryptocurrency spiked by 42% two weeks back, surging from $7,300 to $10,500 seemingly on the news that China’s President was calling for the formal adoption of blockchain technologies. But, something bigger is purportedly brewing. Related…
All eyes may be on Bitcoin (BTC), but an analyst is suggesting that it may be time to pay Ethereum (ETH) some heed. The second-largest cryptocurrency has struggled alongside BTC as of late, falling by a similar amount to the market leader. Like Bitcoin, ETH is stagnating, though technical indicators suggest impending volatility for the…
As you are likely aware, Bitcoin (BTC) hasn’t done too well over the past two-odd days. Since Friday, the cryptocurrency has shed 6% of its value, tanking from $9,250 to $8,700 in a strong move lower that came after nearly two weeks of bullish consolidation above $9,000. Despite this relatively mild price action, which wasn’t…
On Friday, the Bitcoin (BTC) market took a turn for the worst. The leading cryptocurrency, as reported by this outlet, tanked from $9,250 to $8,700 in a number of hours, with bulls running out of steam. While the bearish pressure has stopped, with Bitcoin finding some support at $8,850 as the short-term downtrend has ended,…
Bitcoin (BTC) hasn’t been doing too hot over the past 24 hours. As of the time of writing this piece, the cryptocurrency is down some 5% on the day — falling from yesterday’s peak of $9,250 to $8,700 — having lost the key $9,000 support level after holding strong above it for nearly two weeks’…
Ethereum (ETH) hasn’t done too hot over recent months. Ever since Bitcoin (BTC) started rallying earlier this year, altcoins across the board have suffered, falling against the market leader. However, ETH is purportedly in the thick of a buy zone. Simultaneously, a number of analysts have claimed that the second-largest cryptocurrency is ready to head…
As Bitcoin (BTC) has entered a launchpad-like state, finding itself in a lull as sentiment is beginning to trend positive again, institutions have started to accrue long positions of the cryptocurrency. This may imply that the crypto market is about to see its next leg higher. Related Reading: Crypto Tidbits: Bitcoin Stuck In $9,000s, Starbucks…
While there are some bearish technical signals for Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency has managed to hold the $9,000s against the odds. As of the time of writing this, BTC is changing hands for $9,250, up a mere 0.22% in the past 24 hours. According to a leading analyst, the fact that Bitcoin has held in the…
Once again, true to the nature of this purgatory phase in the crypto markets, Bitcoin (BTC) has been relatively flat over the past 24 hours. According to Coin Market Cap, the leading cryptocurrency is up a mere 1% in the past 24 hours — effectively nothing when you factor in this market’s often immense volatility.…
Since topping at $10,500 last week, Bitcoin (BTC) has been in a relative state of calm, trading within a tight range between $9,000 and $9,500. Despite this consolidation above the 200-day moving average, which many analysts would call more bullish than bearish, some fear that the crypto market’s charts are flashing warning signs. They claim…