Bitcoin (BTC) could be heading for a repeat of its late 2018 sell-off, data warns as realized volatility reaches almost three-year highs. Uploading fresh charts …
The price of Bitcoin (BTC), the top-ranked cryptocurrency by market capitalization, has been ranging between $8,600 and $10,500 since the halving
Data from on-chain analytics provider glassnode also showed that since the Black Thursday crash, the total number of Bitcoin whales rose above the 2017 high
As risk-on assets face the fear of a correction, the vulnerability of a near-term Bitcoin (BTC) price pullback may increase.
The latest report by Bloomberg analyst, Mike McGlone, contends that Bitcoin is consolidating. He speculates that due to the decreasing volatility
Jay Hao, the CEO of crypto exchange OKEx, suggests that a second United States stimulus plan could result in Bitcoin’s (BTC) price growing further.
That was the latest insight from Ki Young Ju, CEO of on-chain analysis resource CryptoQuant, who revealed that when whales withdraw Bitcoin from exchanges
The price of Bitcoin (BTC), the top-ranked cryptocurrency by market capitalization, is acting inside a narrowing range, still hovering around $9,000
Bitcoin (BTC) should cost $18,000 right now — or the S&P 500 must crash, says the analyst behind the model that predicts a BTC price of $288,000.
Bitcoin (BTC) was testing $9,500 on June 16 after a recovery from near three-week lows stalled at classic resistance levels.
The price of Bitcoin (BTC) has seen low volatility throughout the past six weeks, hovering in the $9,300 to $9,900 range for most of the time.
Bitcoin (BTC) fell to a two-week low today as ranging price action below $10,000 gave way to fresh bearish behavior.