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One of the most common critiques of Bitcoin is that it — or its intrinsic value in particular — is too hard to understand.
As Bitcoin’s mining rewards halving fast approaches, the cryptocurrency is showing unprecedented signs of both technical and fundamental strength.
It is no secret that the market for stolen cryptocurrency is estimated in the tens of billions of US dollars.
The crypto market lost $14 billion overnight as the Bitcoin price dropped from $9,200 to $8,600 by more than 6.5 percent.
ERC-20 tokens have become a large component of the Ethereum ecosystem, but many of them have seen unprecedented losses throughout the past year, with only a handful being able to outperform ETH.
In the time following the insane crypto market bull run in 2017, XRP has consistently been one of the worst-performing assets, seeing a notable 40 percent decline in 2019 while failing to track the full extent of the aggregated market’s uptrend throughout 2020.
To most, Bitcoin’s rally from literal irrelevance to becoming one of the most valuable assets in the world is hard to explain.
Both Bitcoin and Ethereum have seen stellar performances from their 2020 lows, both gaining 140 percent since the “Black Thursday” crash seen on March 12 and 13.
Bitcoin’s intense uptrend seen in the time following its mid-March meltdown has allowed it to put some significant distance between its current price and its recent lows, nearly erasing all of the losses that were incurred in the time following its late-February downturn.
Over the past few weeks, it has been clear as day that retail investors — people like you or myself — have been accumulating Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies.
Ahead of Bitcoin’s upcoming halving on May 12, the cryptocurrency market is seeing a resurgence of sorts as most digital assets returned over 50 percent to investors through April.
Ripple Lab’s Q1 Markets Report for 2020, a quarterly publication detailing XRP’s growth, revealed a massive 90 percent drop in institutional token sales compared to the last quarter of 2019.
The growth of the Bitcoin market has brought forth a new type of trader — the Bitcoin, or cryptocurrency, trader.
With the launch of Shelley inching closer, the time has come to kickstart the marketing efforts around Cardano.
Bitcoin has managed to fully recover as optimism grows around the upcoming halving, but a renowned analyst suggests that a correction could be underway.
Security research company Cybereason has discovered a new type of Android trojan that has been targeting banking and money transfer apps.
One month after the now-infamous $4 million liquidations, MakerDAO finally released the “Black Thursday” analysis report yesterday to mixed responses.
Ethereum has seen notable volatility in recent times, primarily stemming from that seen by Bitcoin and many of its other peers.
Despite the roaring recovery in the S&P 500 (and Bitcoin for that matter), many facets of the global economy remain in recession, with dozens of millions unemployed, consumer spending down, and a global supply chain that has come to a screeching halt.
The crypto market has been subjected to immense volatility throughout 2020, with Bitcoin plummeting to lows of $3,800 in mid-March before incurring an intense rebound that has since led it all the way up to highs of $9,500.
Thomas Thornton, the head of Hedge Fund Telemetry, has made the headlines for his accurate predictions regarding the direction of Bitcoin’s trend.
Cryptocurrency payment platform Crypto dot com announced the launch of a special Bitcoin halving offer set to take place on 06:00 UTC, May 12.
Just six weeks after Bitcoin crashed to $3,700, the cryptocurrency has started to push $8,000 — more than 115 percent higher than the March lows.
Years after their respective forks, both Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin Satoshi’s Vision (BSV) have remained at the top of this nascent market, representing the fifth and sixth largest cryptocurrencies, respectively.