Two months after Obama was elected as U.S. President in 2008, Bitcoin (BTC) was born and it seems since then, major bull runs in BTC have been precipitated by a presidential election in the leading economy in the world. “Story Behind U.S. Presidential Elections & Bitcoin Bull Runs” The conversations around bitcoin reward halving have
Bitcoin (BTC) gained 3% in the past day to set an intraday high price of $9,155 USD following reports that the South Korean parliament passed a law legalizing cryptocurrencies in the country. No official reports have been released yet but BTC bulls are showing rage in the market, pushing along the rest of the market
A Bitcoin whale moved about 14,500 BTC, approx. $129 million between wallets as the community braces up for a possible bullish momentum in the coming days. The price of BTC relative to the dollar is finally spiking following a buying spree in the past 24 hours that set the price past $8,800 USD on Monday.
Tezos (XTZ) and Chainlink (LINK) leads the cryptocurrency market bull run as the tenth slot on market cap standings remains wide open after a 7% and 5% spike in the past 24 hours respectively. Cardano (ADA), Tron (TRX), Stellar (XLM) and Monero (XMR) are also in the race to tenth but all eyes are on
Bitcoin trades around key resistance at $10,200 USD, as at time of writing. The bullish stance in the market is impacting BTC’s fundamentals as well; Realized cap hit an ATH of $105 billion USD. Can bulls set the market ablaze to test $15,000 USD before the halving? Bitcoin’s market is finally calming down after a
Litecoin (LTC) leading Bitcoin’s (BTC) price on the short time frames. LTC/USD crosses key resistance at $45.50 USD, is BTC on the cusp of a bullish trend? Litecoin (LTC) to provide confirmation for BTC bullish run, analyst says According to cryptocurrency analyst and Adaptive Fund partner, Willy Woo, Litecoin is expected to offer a confirmation
Bitcoin pulled back to $8000 briefly after touching the $9000 mark. The movement began with a swift move up and then the break downwards. However, the price found support near $8300 instantly as well. $8300 was the earlier break-away point for Bitcoin. Furthermore, Bitcoin [BTC] broke above $8550 on the following day as well, which