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Investing.com – Cryptocurrencies prices were mixed on Friday, with Bitcoin trading slightly below the $7,500 mark after a rally earlier this week.
Investing.com – Bitcoin was modestly higher Thursday as traders continued to bet further upside beckoned for the crypto as inflows into the market held steady.
Bitcoin showed further resilience Thursday, building on sharp gains made earlier in the week. Often in the past, sharp moves higher in the price of the No. 1 digital currency have been followed by pullbacks, or at the least, consolidation. This time, bitcoin has recorded five consecutive winning days and the “price drift,” when an asset continues in the same direction after a sharp move, suggests there’s more to come for world’s biggest digital currency, analysts say.
Bitcoin was trading at $7,422.80, inching down 0.05% on the Bitfinex exchange, as of 8:29 AM ET (12:29 GMT). The digital asset was below its Wednesday high of $7,506.10.
Investing.com – Bitcoin’s rally cooled on Thursday after recording its biggest three-day rally this year and climbed above the $7,500 mark earlier this week, although it remains more than 60% below its all-time high in December.
Investing.com – Bitcoin reversed course Wednesday, as Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warned of "significant" investor risks of owning the popular crypto.
Bitcoin is in rally mode, apparently. After months in the doldrums, the No. 1 digital currency extends its gains on Wednesday after following a sharp run-up in the previous session.
The price of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have in the last 24 hours risen by between 5% to 10% with bitcoin surpassing the $7400 mark. This positive change follows the recent wave of good news regarding the digital industry. Bitcoin in particular (BTC-USD) has had a massive move up, gaining about $600 in just one hour. […] The post Cryptocurrency News Roundup July 18 appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Paxful says business is surging in developing nations, where mobile phones are abundant and cheap, but access to exchange platforms remains scarce.
Investing.com – Cryptocurrencies prices extended their gains on Wednesday, with Bitcoin pushed past the $7,000 price level for the first time since June.
Investing.com – Bitcoin surged Tuesday, rising above $7,000 for the first time in more than a month amid renewed demand for cryptos.