First Mover: Bitcoin’s Best Week Since July Shows Limited Toll of UK Retail C...
Bitcoin holds above $11K after biggest weekly gain since July, despite FCA ban on retail crypto futures trading and inventory drawdowns by miners.
It's anybody's guess where cryptocurrency markets might end 2021, but so far all signs point to further gains.
Institutional adoption is the buzzword du jour, probably a factor in bitcoin's price rally close to $20,000, and not even really happening yet.
Monday's sell-off shows bitcoin is likely to trade off with risky assets like stocks if U.S. election chaos sends markets into a fresh downdraft.
This week's $24M exploit of DeFi platform Harvest shows risks as real as rewards in open-beta crypto markets, where investor protection is minimal.
Bitcoin’s stability throughout an eventful week shows traders are confident that the bullish uptrend will resume soon. Bitcoin (BTC) price appears on the verge of closing another week pinned below the $11,000 resistance but given the major events of the week, things could have been so much worse. Cryptocurrency daily market performance snapshot. Source: Coin360The top-ranked cryptocurrency by market cap held its ground as KuCoin revealed more than $150 million worth of assets had been stolen from the exchange, and the price only stumbled slightly as the CTFC announced that legal action was....