It’s been a tough week for cryptocurrency holders, as the top 10 virtual currencies by market capitalization have lost 30% to 60% of their value over the past seven days. Prices this low have not been seen since the spring of 2017 and at the moment the entire economy of all 2000+ coins has a…
With bitcoin prices dropping further early on Sunday, the cryptocurrency now looks to be heading for its worst weekly loss in over 5 years.
The cryptocurrency market has lost nearly 30 percent of its total value in the past 7-days alone, leaving many to wonder if an end to the bear market is in sight.
The broader cryptocurrency market plummeted on Wednesday, but stablecoins in particular saw no shortage of buyers.
Bitcoin sank to its lowest price in over a year on Wednesday – a move that seemed to drag down the prices of other major cryptocurrencies as well.
The capitalization of the cryptocurrency market can be charted like any other asset and provides unique insight into the bias of the broader market.
Risk aversion in the US stock markets yesterday may have worked in favor of the bitcoin bears.
Bitcoin is again restricted in a narrowing price range, but technical studies indicate scope for a bullish breakout.
Forcing a bitcoin price breakout is looking anything but easy for the bulls, with several major resistance levels lined up ahead.
Bitcoin and the equities markets both took a tumble this week, leaving many to wonder if BTC is more safe haven or risk asset.