Bitcoin extended its recovery trend as traders shifted their focus on Joe Biden's stimulus plan expected later on Thursday.
A bruising start to the week for Bitcoin shows signs of evaporating as the cryptocurrency reclaims critical resistance levels this Thursday.
Many traders agree that the pair could continue its move lower, forming a potential Head and Shoulder pattern, a bearish reversal structure.
The cost of one Bitcoin could end up plunging below its 2017’s record high of $20,000. That is, according to a pseudonymous analyst, who determined the cryptocurrency’s...
Bitcoin advanced Tuesday after falling 8.5 percent in the previous session, displaying bullish continuation signs amid global re-risking sentiment.
Bitcoin suffered a major price crash during the weekend and on Monday after securing a milestone high of $41,986.
Bitcoin prices fell on Monday, after plunging by more than 12 percent in the previous session, as the US dollar rebounded and US benchmark yields inched higher.
Some analysts claimed that it was a natural price correction, primarily after Bitcoin's consecutive gains of up to 119 percent in the previous four weeks.
Meanwhile, Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency that trades inversely to the greenback, has established fresh record highs above $40,000, more than double its December 2017 peak.
Bitcoin posted its first negative open after rising three days in a row and hitting an all-time high above $40,000.
Bitcoin has become too expensive to purchase following its wild run-up above $37,500 this Thursday. But the cryptocurrency still provides attractive buying opportunities with lower...
Traders piled deeper into the Bitcoin market in the early Asian session Thursday, betting on a big hike in sovereign spending under a Democratic-controlled Senate. The BTC/USD exchange...