Bitcoin is the world’s most traded cryptocurrency, and represents the largest piece of the crypto market pie. It was the first digital coin and as such, remains the most famous and widely-adopted cryptocurrency in the world. It's the original gangster in whose footsteps all other coins follow. The birth of Bitcoin was the genesis of an entirely new asset class, and a huge step away from traditional, centrally controlled money. Today, many advocates believe Bitcoin will facilitate the next stage for the global financial system, although this — of course — remains to be seen.
The crypto asset on Monday eclipsed $27,400, piercing the 50-day SMA. Quick selloff, however, ended the upside swing.
The OG crypto asset is chugging along in a dry-spell September, weighed down by low volatility and thin dealmaking activity.
The financial watchdog is wary of introducing direct exposure to Bitcoin. The fire-breathing token lost its flame once again. What’s next?
Crypto markets are one step closer to a monumental industry catalyst. But it’s not a done deal yet – the SEC might decide to appeal.
It’s a flurry of speculative reasons, including rate-hike pressure, possible whale selling, and even SpaceX selling a chunk of its BTC stack.
Ordinals reached a new milestone of 350k new daily inscriptions on Monday this week.
It’s a positive sign for the cryptocurrency, as Bitcoin miners are no longer simply stockpiling their earnings
Institutional appetite for a spot Bitcoin ETF boosted confidence in the flagship token – BlackRock wants a piece of the action.
The positive price movement is being caused in part by filings for spot Bitcoin ETFs made by the likes of BlackRock.
The downturn was driven due to reason such as the SEC’s recent lawsuits, and fears that liquidity will become scarce.
Despite growing significantly since the start of the year, crypto’s total market cap is beginning to decline.
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