Laszlo Dobos · 12 hours ago · 1 read
Regardless of the global economic meltdown, several on-chain metrics estimate that Bitcoin reached a market bottom and could be ready to resume its historic uptrend.
Although traders are undoubtedly still scarred by Bitcoin’s 50 percent single-day crash in March, the cryptocurrency has mounted an impressive comeback ever since.
These fundamental flaws may be the black swan that stops Tezos from seeing massive growth
Tezos has seen some unprecedented bullishness throughout late-2019 and early-2020, with the cryptocurrency setting fresh all-time highs in February before losing its momentum and reeling lower alongside Bitcoin and most other major altcoins.
Fold launches a Visa debit card with Bitcoin rewards; here’s how it compared to other crypto reward programs
A new Visa debit card by Fold is set to enter the cryptocurrency industry to allow users to earn Bitcoin cash-back rewards.
Bitcoin Cash undergoes highly bearish halving as its PoW attack cost dives
All eyes have been closely watching to see what the impacts of Bitcoin’s imminent halving event are on its price action, with this major event overshadowing the same phenomenon seen by Bitcoin Cash – the controversial BTC hard fork.
Despite the recent upswing, these important on-chain metrics spell trouble for Chainlink
The bullish momentum behind Chainlink has been so significant that it pushed its price up over 50 percent in the past seven days.
Swiss blockchain startup launches privacy testnet to resist NSA-level surveillance
Nym Technologies, a Swiss blockchain startup, has invited users to install mix-nodes and test the company’s privacy-preserving mixnet.
Here’s why the stars are aligning for crypto and how Ethereum and Bitcoin could skyrocket
It’s no secret the past few weeks have been tough for crypto investors.
The past few years have not been kind to Ethereum, with the cryptocurrency finding itself caught within an intense downtrend that led it to plummet from early-2018 highs of over $1,400 to lows in the $80 region.
Historical analysis shows Bitcoin to soon exit multi-year bear market
While considering the macro-bearish economic backdrop that Bitcoin has traded against throughout the past couple of months, the cryptocurrency’s relative strength has made it one of the best performing major assets of this year.
One chart shows how Binance grew so shockingly fast in crypto since 2018
Researchers at Glassnode conducted an in-depth research of the on-chain data of Binance, one of the world’s largest crypto exchanges, comparing its growth with other trading platforms.
Bitcoin Cash’s halving led to a 100-minute block time, 10x higher than normal
The halving is here! The halving of Bitcoin Cash (BCH), that is.
In February, when Bitcoin had retaken $10,000, traders were convinced that the cryptocurrency was well on its way to revisit and surmount the $20,000 all-time high established in December 2017.
Cardano (ADA) parent company—IOHK gets a new CTO
IOHK—Cardano’s (ADA) parent company has expanded its leadership team, hiring former Dell executive and BNP Paribas associate to lead the company’s commercial and technology divisions.
Bitcoin is the strongest performing major asset of 2020 and the past decade
There’s no question that 2020 has been a volatile year for Bitcoin, with the relatively small and immature crypto market incurring some significant turbulence alongside that seen by virtually all traditional markets.
Ethereum sees rocketing open interest and futures volume; here’s what this means
Ethereum has found itself caught within a firm and unwavering uptrend throughout the past 48-hours, with Bitcoin’s surge past $7,000 providing ETH with some significant momentum that has allowed it to outperform the aggregated market.
Bitwise “increasingly bullish” on intermediate outlook for crypto, cites real money inflows
The Bitcoin price has made a V-shape recovery from $3,600, following a capitulation-esque fall on March 12.
The rising network growth of these Ethereum ERC-20 tokens suggests a bullish outlook
Many cryptocurrency projects within the industry are still suffering from the significant downturn the market suffered during Black Thursday.
No, your Nintendo Switch isn’t mining crypto as you play Cooking Mama
If you were in the crypto space between 2017 and 2018, you likely remember the trend of so-called “cryptojacking” — the act (some would say it’s more of an “art”) of hijacking computer systems, from cell phones to beefy desktop computers, to mine cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin whale refutes predictive power of stock-to-flow model, deems it “dangerous”
Many embattled cryptocurrency investors have been pinning their hopes for 2020 being a positive year for Bitcoin on its widely lauded stock-to-flow (S2F) economic model, which suggests that the benchmark crypto could be trading at roughly $100,000 by 2021.
Over the past few days, bullish pressure has been building for Bitcoin; all throughout the last two weeks, the cryptocurrency has been forming an uptrend, registering a consistent series of higher lows and higher highs.
$1.6 billion: recent Bitcoin volatility liquidates billions, sends open interest reeling
It’s no secret that 2020 has been a crazy year for the crypto markets, with Bitcoin incurring an intense and unwavering uptrend throughout January and February, before erasing all of these gains and nearing its 2018 lows in a sharp movement seen on March 12th.
Analyst: this simple Ethereum structure point towards a quick recovery to $200
The Ethereum price increased by 16 percent on the day against the United States dollar.