With the Bitcoin price on the rise once again, some believe that $50,000 is a reasonable BTC price in the near future. Are they out of their minds? Here’s our take on the issue.
The Bitcoin price gains are exciting and are helping undo some of the damage of 2019, but I believe that this is still a very volatile asset. Here’s why.
While headline numbers look devastating this week, investors might take some solace in knowing that cryptocurrencies found their bottom at roughly $189.8 billion in market cap—that was the low point. Since then, investors put more than $20 billion back into the market.
In cryptocurrency news, the market stumbled after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rejected calls for a Bitcoin (BTC) exchange traded fund (ETF). That news came as a blow to crypto investors.
In today’s cryptocurrency news, we take a look at what happened in the crypto market after regulators rejected calls for a Bitcoin exchange-traded fund.
Cryptocurrencies traded sideways since our last report on cryptos, and volatility remains in the market. Here is some information about that, plus the other cryptocurrency news of the week.
In today’s cryptocurrency news, we take a look at practical tokens, XRP validators, and Malta. While the recent uptick in crypto prices does not signal a full-fledged rally, it’s better than nothing.
Despite positive developments from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Bithumb, and venture capital giant Andreessen Horowitz, crypto prices remained downbeat over the last week. We take a closer look at the contradictions inherent in the market, plus a whole lot more, in this edition of cryptocurrency news.
Bithumb, a Korean cryptocurrency exchange, was recently the target of hackers. What does that mean for cryptos going forward? Here’s the full story.
Cryptocurrency prices are down, following news of a crypto exchange being hacked and a report about Bitcoin manipulation. In more positive cryptocurrency news, Coinbase is expanding its selection of tokens, and an official from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said that Ethereum is not a security.
In today’s Ripple price forecast, we touch on XRP’s battle with SWIFT, look at recent news involving the SEC, and reassess our Ripple price predictions for 2018 and 2019. Here’s the full story.
Industry titans like IBM and Microsoft are either working with blockchain or experimenting with different applications. As such, our cryptocurrency price forecast sees business-friendly tokens like XRP and Ethereum rising to $2.00 and $1,500, respectively.
Our Ethereum price forecast has ETH prices reaching $1,500 in 2018, before moving on to the $2,500 level. Recent developments by the EEA, Coinbase’s custodial services, and AWS’s blockchain tools give Big Business a roadmap to getting involved in distributed ledger technology, which could boost Ethereum prices.
I believe that XRP prices can rise above $2.00 in the coming months, then head toward our long-term Ripple price prediction of $10.00. Although there’s no way of knowing which way the SEC will lean when it comes to classifying Ripple as a security, the success with xRapid is still something to cheer.
Many analysts have raised questions about Bitcoin following the stock market before, but none of us have made the case as strongly as Forbes contributor Clem Chambers, who recently used intraday trade charts to show that Bitcoin prices often follow the same patterns as the Dow Jones Index. Here’s the full story.