Bitcoin (BTC) reversed direction from $8,638.79 on May 25, which is a positive sign. It suggests that selling pressure dries up at lower levels and at the
A month after the first halving, Bitcoin (BTC) moved up by 7% but following the second halving, the price slipped by 10% in a month. This suggests …
Travis Kling, the head of crypto hedge fund Ikigai, said that the top-ranked cryptocurrency on CoinMarketCap has preserved wealth
Though the bulls have not been able to propel Bitcoin (BTC) above the overhead resistance of $7,454.17
XRP dipped below the 20-day EMA ($0.185) on April 15 but quickly reversed direction on the next day and scaled above the 50-day SMA ($0.186).
The bulls failed to drive Binance Coin (BNB) above the 50-day SMA for four consecutive days. This has resulted in selling by the short-term bulls and the aggressive bears.
The recent Bitcoin Cash (BCH) block reward halving has wreaked havoc on the cryptocurrency’s hash rate — with an apparent miner exodus plummeting hash power more than 80% over two days.