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Bitcoin prices are trading marginally higher on Friday, but set to book its second consecutive losing week after the recent rout.
While bitcoin cash is seeing an internal war ahead of Thursday's hard fork, traders in Asia are betting that the upgrade will result in "free money."
Economist Steve Hanke has joined the board of the P2P cryptocurrency exchange AirTM and will guide its Latin American expansion, including a new system for price-stable assets he will design.
If past events are a guide, bitcoin could in for a recovery rally, following the formation of a "long-legged doji" on the charts Thursday.
After yesterday's split of the bitcoin cash blockchain, several top exchanges have already accommodated the resulting two tokens.
New data is offering insight into how crypto traders are pricing in a coming technical update to bitcoin cash, one that could cause the world’s fourth most valuable blockchain to split into two competing networks. At press time, there are now almost twice as many open short positions betting that the price of bitcoin cash […]
With Thurday's hard fork of the bitcoin cash blockchain likely to result in a split, what are the traders planning to do with their holdings?
Bitcoin sank to its lowest price in over a year on Wednesday – a move that seemed to drag down the prices of other major cryptocurrencies as well.
Binance is advising its remaining users in Iran to withdraw their money as the cryptocurrency exchange seeks to comply with international sanctions.
The cryptocurrency market finished a disastrous week on a low note on Friday, with most major currencies trading down on the day. Here’s a look at some of the headlines that were moving the cryptocurrency ...
Speculative investments that do not generate cash are prone to bubbles and crashes, writes Gary Smith.
Bitcoin price, which had moved sideways for the last couple of weeks, crashed to its lowest level this year. The cryptocurrency shed approximately 13% of its value in less than five hours, bottoming out at $5523 yesterday morning before recovering. Bitcoin’s fall had a domino effect on cryptocurrency markets.
Investing.com - Stellar Lumens was trading at $0.24589 by 09:15 (14:15 GMT) on the Investing.com Index on Friday, up 11.73% on the day. It was the largest one-day percentage gain since September 23.
Bitcoin gained 1.62% to $5,695.00 on the Bitfinex exchange, as of 8:55 AM ET (13:55 GMT). The digital coin slumped 12% on Wednesday and still remains below its two-month average of the $6,000 range.
It may seem like catching a falling knife, but for those brave enough, now might be the time to pick up some bitcoin, says one chart watcher.
On Wednesday, bitcoin, the world’s most famous digital currency, plummeted more than 10%, crashing through $6,000 and trading to its lowest level since October 2017. The move has divided the cryptocommunity with no clear consensus, TKTKwhich coin with attractTKTK the majority of miners and computing power.
Investing.com - Major cryptocurrencies bounced back on Friday morning in Asia after a two-day sell-off that drove Bitcoin to a one-year-low.
The selloff in bitcoin continues Thursday, sliding to yet another yearly low and on track for a fourth straight losing session.
Investing.com - Cardano was trading at $0.062274 by 10:59 (15:59 GMT) on the Investing.com Index on Thursday, down 11.30% on the day. It was the largest one-day percentage loss since October 11.
Investing.com - Litecoin was trading at $43.087 by 10:44 (15:44 GMT) on the Investing.com Index on Thursday, down 10.62% on the day. It was the largest one-day percentage loss since November 14.
Cryptocurrency prices were lower on Thursday as Bitcoin extended its losses after a sharp decline on Wednesday. Bitcoin (BitfinexUSD) declined 12.04% to a one-year low of $5,590 on the Bitfinex exchange, as of 9:16 AM ET (14:16 GMT), after falling 12% on Wednesday. "The market had been entering a wedge, with the volatility so low," Charlie Hayter, founder of industry website Cryptocompare, told Reuters.
On Nov. 15, Bitcoin Cash, the most famous hard fork of bitcoin and the fourth largest cryptocurrency, will itself hard fork.
Alphabet Inc’s (NYSE:GOOGL) Google G Suite is the latest victim of a high-profile twitter account hacking aimed at advertising fraudulent Bitcoin (BTC-USD) giveaways. The scammers targeted the company’s close to a million followers and possibly more who would receive the fake news through sharing. Bitcoin giveaway scam The message that lasted for about 10 minutes […] The post Google G Suite’s Twitter Account Hacked To Promote Fake Bitcoin Giveaways appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Bitcoin cash (BCH), currently the fourth-largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization and the most prominent the dozens of different bitcoin forks, is set to undergo its own split on Thursday, November 15, 2018. Through the process of hard forking, the original cryptocurrency will remain in place and continue to follow its previous protocols. Typically, a hard fork takes place when groups of miners and developers can't agree on updates to the software governing a particular digital token.