Bitcoin (BTC) greets another week with a push to $12,000 and its highest weekly close since after it hit $20,000 — will it return?
The recent correlation between Bitcoin and stocks could mean BTC is also at risk of a pullback.
While inconvenient for some, today’s pullback shouldn’t surprise as its routine for Bitcoin price lower levels to confirm that
Bitcoin (BTC) saw fresh gains on Aug. 6 as bulls refused to rest and the price steamed toward $12,000.
Bitcoin (BTC) soared past the key technical resistance level of $11,500 and past $11,600 on Aug. 5 as a fresh round of bullish sentiment canceled
for the global reserve currency since 2008, they believe that continuous depreciation will likely boost the price of Bitcoin (BTC).
The latest DeFi boom is partially driven by the addition of reward incentives in lending and the rapidly increasing popularity of yield farming.
Bitcoin showed its dominance in the space by wiping out several billion of these gains in a little over an hour. So what does the week ahead look like
According to Heisenberg Capital founder and Keiser Report host Max Keiser, the price of Bitcoin (BTC) would soon rally to $28,000.
The price of Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum’s Ether (ETH) plunged by 13% and 21%, respectively, within minutes on Aug. 2. The move liquidated more than $1
PlanB, the well-known creator of the contested stock-to-flow (S2F) model, believes Bitcoin (BTC) is now well on track to reach $100,000
The price of Bitcoin surpassed $11,400 for the third time in three days, breaching a critical resistance level. Earlier today