Bitcoin (BTC) price seems to lose its steam as it declined again below psychological $10,000 level. Crypto Twitter is left guessing whether the rally is over.
The BTC price has been decreasing since reaching a high of $19,798 on Dec. 24, 2017. It seems the price is much closer to a bottom than it is to a top.
BeInCrypto recently spoke with Guilherme Jovanović about the implications of the new EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive on cryptocurrency.
Major car manufacturer BMW has announced the planned roll-out of its blockchain-powered Supply Chain Management (SCM) solution. For starters, the German automobile heavyweight will leverage the solution with 10 of its suppliers beginning in 2020. BMW to Adopt Blockchain for SCM and Traceability BMW Group, the parent company of BMW…
The cryptocurrency field is a “no-man’s land” right now since no one can predict what the landscape will look like in the next year, according to Bobby Cho, partner at CMS Holdings.
Crypto venture firm Paradigm won 68% of all MKR auctions, spending around $3.6 million worth of DAI.
In just over 120 minutes as of the time of this article’s publishing, Bitcoin’s one-month and three-month candles will close. A number of analysts have
The options market shows just a 4 percent chance of bitcoin crossing above $20K before year’s end, according to data from analytics firm Skew.
Bitcoin ended the first quarter of 2020 down from the start of the year, but not as badly as the record-setting losses suffered by global equities.
The International Monetary Fund has issued new guidance on how banking industry leaders can help maintain an ailing system amid the coronavirus crisis.
HP is teaming up with Valve and Microsoft in what is being widely touted as the next standard in virtual reality (VR) headsets.
Through his official twitter page, Founder and CEO of Quantum Economics, Mati Greenspan, revealed that Bitcoin usage has dipped down
Binance explains that the removal of FTX leveraged token was the result of users holding tokens instead of trading them.
Covantis, a blockchain agritech project run by agribusiness giants like Cargill, is officially established in Geneva and appoints CEO.