Crypto adoption needs a major push and second generation stablecoin may be able to provide that.
Alpha5 has just announced its platform is due to be live – the first with implied orderbooks and futures swaps – later this quarter.
One project is offering an alternative solution to the financial turmoil in the wake of COVID-19.
Bitcoin seems set to test the $7,000 resistance level after the US Federal Reserve launched an open-ended asset purchase program.
Banca Sella has responded to customers’ growing interest in cryptocurrencies amid the COVID-19-driven crisis.
Hong Kong-based cryptocurrency exchange BitMEX has explained last week’s outage which sent the price of Bitcoin down to as low as $3,700.
Bitcoin price crashes majorly to fall below $6,000 as coronavirus wreaks havoc on global markets.
Bitcoin dropped majorly alongside global equities following coronavirus fears and tanking oil prices. Now, it appears the digital currency is trying to bouncing back.
Bitcoin received much-needed relief from the 150-day moving average after falling from $10,000 to around $8,400 in the last few days.
Today Bitcoin fell to its lowest price in February, but is being held up by the 150-day moving average. Will it continue to fall further or bounce back from this key support?
After a strong performance since the start of this year, Bitcoin finally seems to have succumbed to Coronavirus fears as it consistently dropped for three days to lose over $1,500.
Building blockchain-based products and services require considerable backend and technical resources, but Crypto APIs is making it easier for enterprises and developers with its unique set of tools.
Bitcoin price is seeking support at $9,500 after touching $10,500 this month.
Bitcoin successfully crossed $10,000 but is now attempting to find a support level before consolidating its position.
With Bitcoin appreciating in January amidst issues of global importance, its status as a safe haven asset seems to be cementing among industry experts.