The price of Bitcoin (BTC), the top-ranked cryptocurrency by market capitalization, has been ranging between $8,600 and $10,500 since the halving
Bitcoin (BTC) traders are changing their habits in 2020 — but volatility is still dominated by the start of New York stock market trading.
The stock price of Tesla (TSLA) surpassed $1,200 in pre-market, achieving a market capitalization of over $220 billion. Now, the most valuable car company
Bitcoin (BTC) supporters are watching as almost every central bank in the world lowers interest rates and the global fiat money supply skyrockets.
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
Researchers responsible for the recently published Crypto Research Report have projected a long-term target of $397,727 for Bitcoin (BTC) by 2030. For 2020
At the same time, positive news from strong inflows by Grayscale Investments, advancements on the Ethereum 2.0 testnet, and a growing DeFi ecosystem boosted
As risk-on assets face the fear of a correction, the vulnerability of a near-term Bitcoin (BTC) price pullback may increase.
Earlier this week PlusToken, one of the largest scams in the cryptocurrency world, tried to move 789,500 Ether (ETH), but the movement of these stolen
Compound, an ERC-20 altcoin on Ethereum, launched on U.S. exchange Coinbase Prothis week. No sooner had trading begun, however, did selling pressure mount
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