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Like other cryptocurrencies, Chainlink has embarked on a stunning recovery over the weeks since March’s capitulation event on March 12th.
China-based Ebang Holdings has filed a $100 million IPO prospectus with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), becoming the third Bitcoin mining equipment maker after Bitmain and Canaan to attempt a public offering.
To most, Bitcoin’s rally from literal irrelevance to being one of the most valuable assets in the world is hard to explain.
Ethereum 2 has long been looked upon as an event that would help take the ETH blockchain to the next level, fixing the various scaling issues it has previously confronted while also shifting to an efficient proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus mechanism.
Catching many traders off guard, Bitcoin rallied a jaw-dropping 10 percent on April 23, jumping from $7,050 to $7,800 within what was under 30 minutes’ time, boosted by a cascading liquidation of short positions on derivatives exchanges.
Chainlink has gained major support from cryptocurrency investors throughout 2019 and 2020 — a trend that is reflected in its massive community growth and exponential price rise.
Since its inception in 2009, Bitcoin’s price rise has been controversial across mainstream media.
IOHK has announced that Daedalus 1.0.0 mainnet wallet has finally launched and is now available to every user of Cardano (ADA).
Tezos (XTZ) is up 28 percent in the past three days, well-outperforming Bitcoin which has increased by 11 percent in the same period.
China’s long-touted digital currency will soon start trials at three United States restaurant chains in Beijing, the SCMP reported on April 23, 2020.
Throughout 2019 and the first part of 2020, the growth of the decentralized finance (DeFi) ecosystem captured investors’ attention, leading to a significant influx of investors into Ethereum while also giving rise to the fast-growing stablecoin sector.
Bitcoin saw an explosive upside movement earlier today that caught the cryptocurrency’s bears off-guard, leading to over $75 million in positions to be liquidated.
Cryptocurrency derivatives exchange BTSE has announced the launch of a new tool that will make it easier to access OTC trading on the platform.
Bitcoin’s performance over the past few weeks since the mid-March bottom has undoubtedly been impressive.
Bitcoin has been on a remarkable run over the past decade, despite the recent downturn.
Ethereum has seen a notable price spike today that has come in tandem with a recovery seen across the aggregated cryptocurrency market.
Data suggests that large buyers – sometimes referred to as “smart money” – have been in full Bitcoin accumulation mode over the past couple of months, with the number of proverbial “whales” hitting multi-year highs just in the past week.
FTX, one of the fastest-growing crypto derivatives exchanges in the world, has announced the launch of crude oil futures that expire to the spot price of WTI crude oil plus $100 dollars.
Decentralized finance (DeFi) has been one of the most used buzz-words in the crypto industry last year.
While the global financial markets were melting down as coronavirus spread throughout the planet, there was one cryptocurrency that managed to weather the storm.
With Bitcoin seemingly finding a local top, all eyes in the crypto space have migrated to stablecoins, digital assets tied to and backed by a “stable” reserve asset.
Bitcoin has once again found itself caught in the throes of another period of consolidation as the benchmark crypto trades just a hair above its key near-term support at $6,800.
Ethereum has seen tremendous growth throughout the past several years, onboarding a significant amount of noteworthy decentralized applications to its blockchain while also enabling the growth of a billion-dollar DeFi ecosystem.