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Litecoin, the sixth most valuable cryptocurrency in the global market, increased by 30% in the past week.
Bitcoin has undergone an extremely strong rally over the past few weeks that has brought the coin as high as $18,900.
Uncharacteristically, decentralized finance (DeFi) coins such as Yearn.finance’s YFI and AAVE have been on the sidelines over the past 24 hours as Ethereum surges higher along with a swath of other altcoins.
Bitcoin is up big-time in the past six weeks: per CryptoSlate market data, the leading cryptocurrency has appreciated by 70 percent.
BlackRock’s CIO of fixed income Rick Rieder says Bitcoin is here to stay.
According to CryptoQuant’s linear calculation of ETH 2 deposits, the mainnet release could occur in January 2021.
For some reason, Bitcoin forks have been rallying extremely hard over recent days.
What’s beautiful and kind of scary about DeFi is that everything is on-chain: if you know someone’s address, you can track their investments and their other interactions with the Ethereum ecosystem.
Within 30 minutes, on November 18, the price of Ethereum dropped 7.7% as Bitcoin also recorded an abrupt 6% drop.
Bitcoin achieved its highest price since January 2018 across major exchanges, seeing a massive rally as over-the-counter (OTC) deals grow.
The token that rallied 64,000% in 2020 might see more price spikes ahead after a recent proposal was passed this weekend.
Bitcoin is up 60 percent in the past month alone.
According to Arcane Research, the “7-day average daily real bitcoin volume” hit a yearly high.
In May, Bitcoin underwent its long-awaited block reward halving.
Despite Ethereum being the backbone for the rapidly growing decentralized finance ecosystem, the cryptocurrency has been severely underperforming Bitcoin throughout the past few weeks.
The price of Bitcoin is showing stability above $16,000 after a continuous rally since November 10.
The price of Bitcoin hit $16,000 on November 12 and it is exhibiting extreme volatility.
Overnight, on November 11, the price of Bitcoin rallied by nearly 4% as it neared $16,000.