Bitcoin’s April 29th price rally set the momentum for upcoming Bitcoin halving, where the price rose about 14% in 24 hours, taking Bitcoin from $7,800 to $8,841. The $1000 USD price rally also helped the king coin recover completely from the infamous black Thursday market crash, making it the best performing asset of 2020 YTD,
In Argentina, Bitcoin [BTC] broke above the All-Time High as it’s FIAT currency ‘Argentine peso’ is reeling under fears of extreme inflation. The price of Bitcoin in Argentina surpassed the previous All-Time High as it reached traded above 3,50,000 ‘peso Argentino’. In dollar terms, it means that Bitcoin is trading above $20000 in Argentina. The
The cryptocurrency market has been kind to Bitcoin lately, making it grow significantly since the start of April 2019. It even surpassed $6,000 lately and has been growing from there to reach $6,300 today. The most remarkable event in all this is that Bitcoin has reached over 100% of its price since the 2018 low
Vinny Lingham, a leading trade analyst recently suggested a very ominous theory about the ‘Bitfinex Premium’ being charges for over a week now. It refers to the surcharge on Bitcoin being explicitly charged on the Exchange. The ‘Bitfinex Premium‘ at 12: 40 Hours UTC on 4th May 2019 is around $320 w.r.t Coinbase and Bitmex.
Bitcoin [BTC] extended its impressive weekly rise to the weekends as well. As the week nearly comes to an end Bitcoin has already recorded a gain of 12%. While most of it can be attributed to the evident demand on Bitfinex, the overall market sentiment towards Bitcoin was positive as well. Moreover, Bitcoin [BTC] crossed
The sentiment around Bitcoin [BTC] prices have increased considerably since the beginning of the year. While most analysts have confirmed that the Bottom on Bitcoin is in, they have also failed to confirm a bull run. Some have suggested that a pull-back to $4000-$4500 is possible while others expect a more extended accumulation period. Nevertheless,