The overall cryptocurrency market cap has reached $2 trillion as Bitcoin continues to show strength making a move to $59K levels. Although, Bitcoin faces strong resistance at $60K its volatility has reduced as the BTC price is limiting its movement between $57K-$59K. With this happening, Bitcoin’s on-chain metrics show that its fundamentals continue to improve
On Friday, January 29, the world’s richest man Elon Musk stormed the Satoshi Street by changing his Twitter bio to ‘#bitcoin’. Breaking past is two weeks of downward momentum, BTC surged all the way above $38,000. However, this remained a momentary spike as profit-booking ensued soon after. Again the BTC price continues to oscillate minorly
Bitcoin price is currently trying to regain its position above $40,000 having spent the past two weeks in the $35k – $40k price range, after experiencing a near 23% drop last Monday. The Bitcoin whales are currently dominating the price behavior of the top cryptocurrency as most of them are currently on a selling spree
Bitcoin (BTC) has entered its first sharp correction of 2021 after a solid price rally last week! The latest correction comes as the overall crypto-market seems to be in a bloodbath with valuations slipping below $1 trillion. At press time, Bitcoin (BTC) is down 12.96% trading at $34,086 with a market cap of $636 billion.
Bitcoin (BTC) is hitting new highs almost every few hours! In less than 24 hours of crossing $30,000 levels, the BTC price has surged another 13% to hit a new all-time high of $34,000. Several on-chain indicators are suggesting that Bitcoin (BTC) fundamentals continue to get stronger with every passing day. Bitcoin’s daily trading volumes
Bitcoin in 2020 is proving to be a true hedge against inflation as more mainstream financial giants are coming out in support of the top cryptocurrency and making it available to their clients. Many financial pundits and critics alike believe that bitcoin has finally arrived on the mainstream financial front. While the 2017 bull run