Bitcoin (BTC) was testing $9,500 on June 16 after a recovery from near three-week lows stalled at classic resistance levels.
Bitcoin (BTC) fell to a two-week low today as ranging price action below $10,000 gave way to fresh bearish behavior.
Bitcoin (BTC) returned to $9,000 on May 13 as new data revealed just how much money miners are losing after the third halving.
Bitcoin ,Bitcoin Price ,Markets ,Halving ,Bitcoin Halving ,Market Update,At 12:40 A.M. UTC time Bitcoin (BTC) price dropped from $9,574 to $8,112 in the course of 15 minutes.
Bitcoin (BTC) finally hit $9,500 on May 7, beating expectations and giving traders and investors a real reason to be bullish.
Bitcoin (BTC) rose to take $9,000 yet again on May 6 as the mission to create new support levels continued.
Bitcoin (BTC) price finally hit $8,000 on April 29 as a solid week of gains continued to buoy markets.
Bitcoin (BTC) moved up to challenge $7,000 on April 22 as support at $6,800 held and price analysts began to count down to the halving.
Bitcoin (BTC) maintained $7,000 despite strong resistance on April 20 as oil crashed through fresh support levels towards $10.
Within the last 24-hours Bitcoin (BTC) price dropped to a two week low at $6,468. The mild correction came right at the daily
Bitcoin (BTC) braved less volatile but choppy trading on April 9 as the United States Federal Reserve flooded markets with trillions in dollars.
Bitcoin (BTC) continued to shoot for $7,500 on April 8 as bullish momentum kept support at $7,000 firmly intact.