While Bitcoin (BTC) is still not decidedly in an uptrend, it is doing a lot better than it was a bit earlier this week, when the cryptocurrency cratered to $9,500 in a massive -8% day. One model, however, suggests that the pain isn’t over for the
There was a strong drop in bitcoin price below the $10,500 support against the US Dollar. The price is currently correcting losses, but it remains below key hurdles near $10,500. There is a bearish continuation pattern forming with support near $10,080 on the 4-hours chart
Despite the fact that Bakkt finalized a launch date for its much-ballyhooed Bitcoin futures, the cryptocurrency market has failed to rally. Per the time of writing this, the leading crypto asset is currently trading for $10,150 a piece, down 2% in the past 24 hours.
Earlier this past week Ripple (XRP) along with the aggregated crypto markets faced an incredibly sharp sell-off that sent XRP reeling down to lows of $0.25, which marked a significant pullback from the mid-$0.30 region where it has previously found stability. Although the crypto was
Bitcoin (BTC) has incurred a significant amount of volatility as of late which was perpetuated yesterday by news regarding the release of Bakkt’s physically settles Bitcoin futures product, which many investors view as a bullish development for the entire markets. In addition to this, growing