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Crypto & Bitcoin News

Crypto & Bitcoin News

Cryptocurrency values surged above $60,000, reaching its highest point since 2021. Enthusiasts are waiting to see if it can achieve a new record high during the current rally.

Latest Crypto & Bitcoin News

  • Business
    Business Insider

    Prepare for bitcoin to fall after the long-awaited halving, JPMorgan says

    "We do not expect bitcoin price increases post halving as it has been already priced in," JPMorgan says, adding that they see a downturn ahead.

  • Business
    CoinDesk

    Runes Protocol Launches on Bitcoin, Sending Fees Soaring as Users Rush to Mint Tokens

    Despite this being the most anticipated Bitcoin halving yet (at least according to Google search history), it was the launch of the high-profile Bitcoin builder Casey Rodamor’s latest creation – Runes – that turned heads, even among long-time blockchain developers who despise the digital tokens that can be minted on the platform. Rodamor is known for the release of Ordinals, a protocol that allows people to “inscribe” data on the smallest units of bitcoin (i.e. Ordinals is largely credited for inspiring a renewed developer ecosystem on Bitcoin.

  • Business
    CoinDesk

    Bitcoin Rally Holds Around $63,700 Following 4th Block Reward Halving

    Bitcoin {{BTC}} held steady around $63,700 in the aftermath of the cryptocurrency's fourth halving, an event that upends the economics for the miners who power the Bitcoin ecosystem. BTC recently barely moved from its level right before the 840,000th Bitcoin block was mined just as Saturday began in UTC time. Bitcoin had slumped as low as $59,685 on Friday before rebounding above $65,000.