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Bitcoin prices are trading marginally higher on Wednesday, continuing to oscillate either side of $3,500.
Constantinople's arrival is delayed due to security breaches. Possible increases in the short term seem to value the news positively. Very powerful upward structures are suggested. As if we were ...
Top analysts say that Bitcoin is yet to find a bottom. Bankrupt Giga Watt Bitcoin mining coming shuts its doors. The crypto market volatility is at its full swing in the third week of the year.
The looming hard fork of the ethereum network, the popular blockchain for crypto-related ventures, is scheduled for late Wednesday Eastern Time.
Bitcoin futures are trading below the cryptocurrency's spot price, signaling market participants have a bearish outlook on bitcoin over the coming months.
It also reached the resistance level at 0.0350 BTC per ETH. The BTC/USD is currently trading at the $3.645 price level. Yesterday it left a high of $3.708, stopping at short-term moving averages and resistance to price congestion.
Americans who owned bitcoin in 2018 took a shellacking, and according to a survey, a surprising number of them don’t plan on taking advantage of the one bright spot: a tax deduction.
New Yokr-based Wilshire Phoenix filed a Form S-1 filing with the SEC looking to launch the United States Bitcoin and Treasury Investment Trust. Last week, Bitwise Asset Management, a provider of cryptocurrency indexes and funds, filed plans with the SEC to launch the Bitwise Bitcoin ETF. Last year, the SEC delayed or outright rejected bitcoin ETF applications from issuers including Direxion, GraniteShares, ProShares and VanEck.
If bitcoin breaks above a key moving average, it could be considered a sign a bearish-to-bullish trend change has begun.
Bitcoin, the No.1 digital currency, dipped below $3,500 on Sunday, marking its lowest level since Dec. 18 and inching toward psychological support at $3,000.
New York-based investment management firm Wilshire Phoenix has submitted an S1 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a bitcoin-related exchange traded fund.
Fit Pay, a subsidiary of Nxt-ID (NASDAQ: NXTD), has unveiled Flip, a new contactless payment device that enables Bitcoin (BTC-USD) holders to make contactless purchases at millions of retail locations. The company will begin shipping initial orders of Flip in February. Flip's near field communication (NFC) antenna allows it to transact payments at any retail […] The post FitPay Bitcoin Device Attempts to Bridge Gap Between Crypto, Traditional Payments appeared first on Market Exclusive.
San Francisco-based Bitwise Asset Management, which provides crypto asset index and beta funds, has filed an initial registration statement on Form S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for a new physically-held bitcoin (BTC-USD) exchange-traded fund (ETF). Bitcoin ETF The proposed Bitcoin ETF would track the Bitwise Bitcoin Total Return Index produced by Bitwise […] The post Bitwise Asset Management Files Application For Bitcoin ETF appeared first on Market Exclusive.
BTC/USD is currently sitting at the support line of around $3,500 with bears pulling the overall market down over the last 24 hours. In order to change this trend, the bulls need to fight back and break ...
The weekend ends with major technical breaks in Bitcoin and Ethereum, while the Ripple holds the minimum above the support level. The DMI in the daily range shows a slight advantage for Bitcoin buyers but without gaining distance from those who opt for the Ethereum. Also, both sides maintain significant levels of trend strength. The BTC/USD pair is currently trading at the $3,590 price level.
LedgerX is launching LXVX – a "Bitcoin Fear Index" similar to the VIX, a popular volatility benchmark in the stock market.
Coming off Thursday’s rout, bitcoin prices are trading mostly unchanged to begin Friday, but remain on track to close out the week in the red.
In the U.S. market, an exchange traded fund linked to bitcoin remains elusive. In 2018, ETF industry observers and crypto market fans were tantalized by the prospects of a U.S.-listed bitcoin ETF coming to market only to be rebuffed by the Securities and Exchange Commission at every turn. Last year, the SEC's Division of Trading and Markets turned back applications for bitcoin-related ETFs from issuers such as ProShares, Direxion and GraniteShares.