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“So if you’re thinking about a digital form of currency then the law must accommodate its existence,” Jonathan Dharmapalan told Yahoo Finance.
Bitcoin has approached the $60,000 level and is back in the area of its all-time high (ATH) set in April 2021. Based on a fractal analysis of charts of previous BTC cycles, the peak prediction for the ongoing bull market even reaches the vicinity of $390,000.
It was a bullish day for Bitcoin and the broader market on Friday, with Bitcoin futures news delivering support. A Bitcoin move through to $64,000 would signal a breakout.
After a bullish Friday, avoiding the day’s pivot levels would be needed to support a breakout from Friday’s highs…
Bitcoin (BTC) is inching closer to an all-time high after hitting $61K on Friday. Analysts and traders anticipate a US bitcoin ETF approval next week, which is fueling the recent price rally. Although technicals show resistance is near.
ProShares looked set to be the first bitcoin exchange-traded fund, according to sources and fund specialists.
The stock market found support from the government's report that showed retail sales rose 0.7% last month, exceeding estimates for a 0.2% decline.
Bitcoin exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are popping up across the Atlantic. Newcomer digital assets manager Jacobi Asset Management said Friday that it won approval from regulators on the island of Guernsey to launch a physically-backed bitcoin ETF. The news comes as U.S. investors await the fate of a spate of bitcoin futures-linked ETFs from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Bitcoin jumped above $60,000 for the first time in almost six months following a report that a bitcoin futures exchange-traded fund (ETF) will clear the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The SEC is reviewing around 40 bitcoin ETF filings with multiple decision deadlines on futures-linked products hitting next week. According to Bloomberg, the regulator is expected to approve at least some of them, clearing the way for trading to begin.