Coinbase Whales Keep Buying Bitcoin as Price Rockets to New All-Time Highs

Coinbase Whales Keep Buying Bitcoin as Price Rockets to New All-Time Highs

Bitcoin is in the process of consolidating after the cryptocurrency saw a push to all-time highs last night, which led it as high as $36,000 This movement came about suddenly and was quite surprising, but it didn’t last for long The rejection at these highs was not too grave, as BTC has been able to find some strong support within the lower-$34,000 region ever since There’s a strong possibility that it will consolidate here, as […]


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