After hitting its all-time high above $64,500 on the day of the Coinbase (NASDAQ: COIN) listing, Bitcoin (BTC) has retraced partially with a bit of downward pressure. On Friday, April 16, Bitcoin (BTC) took a dip below $61,000 levels after news broke out that one of the major BTC markets – Turkey – has issued
After consolidating a while between $35,000-$36,000, Bitcoin (BTC) continues to remain under pressure. Today, BTC has corrected another 3.5% and is trading at $34,567 levels at press time. While retail players might think of booking profits before it falls further, we would like to warn you that whales and institutions could be scooping your supply.
While the cryptoland goes all hunky-dory about the Bitcoin (BTC) price surge, popular crypto analyst Josh Rager asks to maintain caution. After a strong monthly-closing for Bitcoin on its 12th birthday on October 31st, Josh Rager said that he won’t be surprised if BTC “dips” from here. Citing historical performance, Rager also tweeted that BTC