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Bitcoin prices slump midday Friday, with one expert cautioning that further declines were on the horizon for the world’s most popular digital asset.
Major cryptocurrency prices fall on Thursday morning in New York, extending losses from the previous session.
Researchers have identified a group of bitcoin addresses that likely belonged to the cold wallets of failed exchange QuadrigaCX.
Bitcoin prices fall Wednesday afternoon, extending the slide that has seen the cryptocurrency fall 5% since making a three-week high above $3,700 on Friday.
Bulls continue to trade positive as speculative headlines continues to provide some level of fundamental support for now.
The saga of QuadrigaCX, the Canadian crypto exchange that can’t access users’ funds because the owner passed away, continued on Tuesday, when court documents revealed the exchange accidentally sent more than 100 bitcoins to the cold wallet of deceased owner after the company had filed for credit protection.
Cryptocurrency market is currently on range bound action as investors await impending bearish price crash which looms inevitably in near future.
Bitcoin owners got a much needed break on Friday when the cryptocurrency surged to its highest level in more than two weeks, putting it on track for its biggest daily gain on the year.
Bitcoin prices traded higher on Friday, looking to snap a run of two consecutive losing weeks. On Friday, a single bitcoin, (BTCUSD) the best-known cryptocurrency, was fetching $3,447.10, up 2.5% since Thursday’s level at 5 p.m. Eastern Time on the Kraken exchange. “For the past few weeks, we have not seen any significant movement in the bitcoin price.
CRYPTOS Bitcoin prices on Wednesday traded below $3,400, hanging around the lowest level since Jan. 29. One bitcoin, (BTCUSD) the world’s largest digital currency, was changing hands at $3,364.70, down 1.
Gerald Cotten, who was the only one with knowledge of company passwords, died of complications from Crohn’s disease in India, leaving his company, Quadriga, in disarray.
Bitcoin prices were mostly unchanged on Tuesday, stuck in a tight trading range below $3,500. In afternoon trading, a single bitcoin (BTCUSD) was fetching $3,453.77, up 0.2% since Monday’s level at 5 p.m. Eastern Time on the Kraken crypto exchange. The cryptocurrency has spent the past 48 hours trading inside $3,410 - $3,460.
Bitcoin prices were mostly unchanged on Monday, extending the subdued period for major digital currencies and keeping $3,000 in sight.
Well, customers of Canadian crypto exchange QuadrigaCX wish its founder, Gerald Cotten, had ignored this advice. Cotten, who reportedly died in December 2018, took with him a costly piece of information — the password to access the customers’ digital currency, which is being held in cold storage. Cold storage is where a holder of crypto assets — in this case, the exchange — keeps the coins offline, or not on a computer or server.
Bitcoin traded lower Thursday afternoon, on track to log its sixth losing session over the past seven. A single bitcoin (BTCUSD) was changing hands at $3,429.68, down 1% since Wednesday at 5 p.m. Eastern Time on the Kraken crypto exchange. Having opened the year near $3,700, the cryptocurrency is set to kick off the year with a losing month.