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Data shows that a whopping 88 percent of Ethereum investors are currently underwater on their investment, with the crypto’s massive decline from its all-time highs leaving a trail of financial destruction in its wake.
For over a decade, Bitcoin has been the king of the crypto industry; more accurately, it’s the so-called “grandfather” of cryptocurrencies, the first that spawned the rest.
Bitcoin’s relative youth has made it increasingly unclear as to what role it will eventually play within the world.
The antidote to the many economic crises the world has faced over the past few decades has been debt.
As CryptoSlate has detailed extensively over the past few weeks, the dynamic of the crypto market has dramatically changed ever since March 12’s Bitcoin flash crash, during which the market capitalization of the space lost almost 50 percent within a 24-hour time span.
The turbulence seen within the cryptocurrency market throughout the past month has led to some fear amongst Bitcoin miners, which is illustrated by data regarding the BTC balance and outflows seen amongst miners over the past thirty days.
Crypto in general has long been viewed as a sort of the antithesis of the traditional finance system, with central bank’s constant money printing and loose monetary policy running counter to the credo of scarcity that underlies Bitcoin.
We are in uncertain times for global markets, there’s no doubt about it; all asset classes — from Bitcoin and equities to bonds and commodities — have seen dramatic sell-offs over the past few weeks, crunched under the pressure of one of the most drastic economic and health crises ever, epitomized by the 3.3 million […]
On March 12, everything changed for the crypto markets.
Bitcoin saw a relatively sharp decline late-yesterday that marked a bearish resolution to its multi-day bout of sideways trading within the upper-$6,000 region.
Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange, has decided to delist leverage crypto tokens from its platform.
Tezos wrapped up 2019 on a high note, with the cryptocurrency’s massive bullishness at the end of the year spilling over into 2020, allowing it to set fresh all-time highs just over a month ago.
One economist is now noting that one simple trading strategy could provide Bitcoin believers who are receiving a $1,200 cash payout from the United States government’s newly passed stimulus bill with a way to maximize their money.
Prominent analysts believe that Bitcoin’s fate will depend on how it performs during the ongoing financial crisis, but on-chain metrics reveal that there is significant resistance ahead.
The crypto market has been relatively stable in the last four days.
Complex transactions on Ethereum are on their way to overtake simple transfers, data has shown, pointing to the fact that the network could be regaining dominance from Bitcoin.
IOHK, the company behind the Cardano (ADA) blockchain, has announced the launch of the Ouroboros Hydra protocol.
As random as Bitcoin’s price action seems, it’s often textbook.
On-chain metrics reveal that the Bitcoin SV network is growing steadily.
Key metrics show that bulls may be betting heavily on Bitcoin as the coin reclaims ground from its late-February tumble in tandem with the global economy.
Despite dramatic measures taken to stem the spread of the coronavirus, it has continued to wreak havoc on the Western world, continuing to sweep across the United States and Europe while shutting down thousands of businesses and forcing millions out of work.
The United States stock market has had a great past few days, with all of the benchmark indices rallying as bulls attempt to establish a long-term bottom.
XRP is currently in the process of posting a notable rally that has allowed it to outperform Bitcoin and most other major cryptocurrencies, with the embattled token’s bulls attempting to catalyze some much-needed upwards momentum.
Since the $3,800 bottom, Bitcoin has done surprisingly well, rallying as high as $7,100 just this weekend to register an 87 percent recovery.