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
Bitcoin price is trading in a downtrend below $10,500 and $10,800 against the US Dollar. BTC price remains at a risk of more losses below the $9,800 support area.
Ethereum price is currently consolidating losses against the US Dollar and bitcoin. ETH price could either climb above $195 and $200 or it might resume its decline.
Although Ripple was able to post a small bounce today, analysts are noting that XRP broke below its 2018 support level, which could spell trouble for it.
Data signals that there is growing interest in Bitcoin from China, which may help BTC’s price climb higher in the coming days and weeks.
Another week, another of Crypto Tidbits. While this week was crazy bearish for the Bitcoin price, the fundamental developments seen made up for the market
The news that regulatory approval has finally been granted to Bakkt has generally been perceived as bullish for the industry. However, not all in the
Bitcoin price is showing positive signs above the $9,800 support against the US Dollar. BTC price might gain bullish momentum once it settles above the $9,500 resistance.
The long-awaited Bakkt platform has finally been given an official launch date. The regulated Bitcoin futures platform will go live on September 23, 2019.
Data suggests that a portion of the PlusToken scammer’s Bitcoin (BTC) has already been moved to exchanges, which could mean that a sell-off is imminent
Popular digital currency industry analysis Twitter account @Rhythmtrader states that almost 3,500 non-crypto companies have had their security breached so
A new data visualization puts Bitcoin ROI head-to-head with the ROI of stock market assets such as Amazon, Google, Facebook, and more.
News regarding Bakkt’s imminent launch has spread like wildfire across the crypto markets and has led Bitcoin’s price to spike.
Bitcoin price spiked following news that Bakkt had received approval from the CFTC launch of its physically-settled Bitcoin Futures trading platform.
This year’s run-up in the bitcoin price has been attributed to numerous factors: the US-China trade war, bold monetary easing by central banks, a