|Day's Range||495.92 - 515.14|
|52 Week Range||177.69 - 1,422.86|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||1.64B|
The exchange says it has got the go-ahead to acquire three regulated firms, the first step in a plan to offer tokens deemed as securities in the U.S.
Following the uncertain nature of ICOs, the market has led to the hunt for a better alternative. There is a potential game changer coming up called Initial Loan Procurements (ILPs) that is causing quite a buzz.
Bitcoin gives up early gains as investors lock in profits, though the losses are not large enough to pin back any hopes of further gains later in the day.
The majors were in the red through the early part of the day, with some profit taking weighing on the cryptomarket, while key support levels were untested early on.
A separation between XRP and Ripple is set to come into effect, a move that will allow both retail and institutional investors to have a clear idea of what the two are and what they stand for.
Bitcoin’s looking to consolidate on Sunday’s rally, though much will depend upon the news wires through the day, regulators and governments busy behind the scenes to bring the market into the mainstream on reg front.
The majors hold on in the early hours following the weekend recovery, with resistance levels in play today as the investors look to break free from the bearish sentiment that has pinned the majors down of late.
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It’s another slow day for Bitcoin, though investors will be looking for a sign of another weekend rally to ease some of the pain from the previous week.
While it’s a positive start to the day, it’s going to need to be a spectacular end to the weekend for the majors to see their losses from the week reversed. Uncertainty over what lies ahead from a regulatory standpoint remains the key issue for the market.
The Bitcoin bulls will be in search of an early weekend rally to attempt to restore some confidence in the cryptomarket following relatively heavy losses in the week, though we can expect plenty of resistance.
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Major League Baseball is launching MLB Crypto Baseball, a game where users will pay in ether to buy digital collectibles tied to specific moments in games.
CEO of Robinhood Markets, Vlad Tenev, explains why he thinks fee-based cryptocurrency trading will soon become a relic of the past.
Crypto exchange OKCoin has launched a branch in the U.S. market to offer trading services between U.S. dollars and several major cryptocurrencies.
DASH led the way through the early part of the morning, rallying in excess of 8% to raise the prospects of bearish trend reversal, though DASH continues to sit some way off any particulr
Bitcoin has struggled through the early part of the day, lagging the majors as investors look to decipher what governments and regulators are likely to impose on the crypto market in the coming weeks, with the bearish trend very much intact.
If all goes according to plan, TokenPay and Charlie Lee's Litecoin Foundation will transform a tiny German bank into crypto's smoothest on-ramp.
It’s been a positive start to the day, though whether the majors can hold on remains to be seen, with the extended bearish trend continuing to pin back the majors. The news wires have influenced and could do so again, requiring some caution.
The BTC prices continue to flounder as the bears continue to establish control over the crypto market and with the range tightening, the traders await a breakout in the coming weeks
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It’s just got even more bearish for Bitcoin and the broader market, with the path of least resistance continuing to be downwards through the summer, the day’s pullback to $6,100 levels bringing $5,000 levels into play.
The sell-off resumed this morning, with all the majors deep in the red to reverse Wednesday’s brief respite. While some recovery from the morning lows can be expected, things could go from bad to worse before any shift in sentiment.