At long last, Facebook’s inaugural consumer-facing Bitcoin-related (albeit remotely related) project is upon us. To be announced on Tuesday morning, Libra
Total crypto market capitalization is back at its 2019 high as Bitcoin maintains gains and grinds slowly higher.
Crypto markets reach 2019 high; Bitcoin still in charge, XRP and BNB pumping, LTC retreating slowly.
Bitcoin price is showing a lot of bullish signs above $9,000 against the US Dollar. BTC currently traded towards $9,500 and it remains well supported for more gains this week.
The crypto market cap is gaining bullish momentum, with strong gains in bitcoin (BTC). Ethereum (ETH), BNB, litecoin, ripple, bitcoin cash, TRX, XLM and EOS remains supported for more gains.
Ripple price gained a strong momentum against the US Dollar and bitcoin. XRP is currently correcting gains, but it is likely to start a fresh increase above $0.4600 in the near term.
Ethereum price is trading in a broad range below $275 versus the US Dollar, but extended losses vs bitcoin. ETH price could start a strong rally if there is a clear break above $275 and $280.
The native crypto token of the Ripple blockchain – XRP – is set to outperform Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum, if a bullish pennant breaks to the upside.
Analysts are now noting that Bitcoin (BTC) could surge significantly higher in the coming several months, based on a historical analysis.
A Polish bank has bucked the trend of companies and institutions experimenting with blockchain technology using private, permissioned ledgers.
Analysts at global banks are now sharing their thoughts on what Libra could mean for both Facebook and for the crypto markets, and the consensus is bullish.
Bitcoin prices are rising but Google search interest declines. Could institutions be behind the latest crypto price pump?
Since Bitcoin price left its bear market lows, the first ever cryptocurrency has been seemingly unstoppable, shocking everyone with its resilience in the
An analyst associated with the US multinational bank JP Morgan Chase has admitted that institutional investors are behind the ongoing bitcoin price boom.
Throughout its short history, Bitcoin (BTC) has been seen as anything but centralized, sovereign, and censorable. The crypto asset was created by a