Bitcoin’s price action has been largely favoring sellers throughout the past several days and weeks, with bulls unable to catalyze any strong momentum while the cryptocurrency continues facing intense selling pressure each time it attempts…

Bitcoin has seen some incredibly bearish price action throughout the past few days, with the cryptocurrency’s price declining to lows of $9,900 before being able to find some strong support. The buying pressure here did…

Bitcoin yet to clear $12,000 hurdle Ethereum Gas prices skyrocket Small-cap cryptos shine Watch the Bitcoin and gold correlation This week, the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency market roared into Monday like a lion only to end…

The cost of sending a transaction over the Bitcoin network rose sharply over the past month, as the price of the top cryptocurrency climbed higher. According to latest data from Bitinfocharts, the average bitcoin (BTC)…

Recent data shows that Sunday evening is the best time to buy Bitcoin (BTC) according to Capriole digital asset manager Charles Edwards. As shown below, historically, BTC saw higher returns on Sunday evenings into early…

Bitcoin and the aggregated crypto market are currently stabilizing following the turbulence seen yesterday. This volatility allowed Bitcoin to break out of its tight trading range and secure a position above its previous range highs…

Tether has long been used as a flight to stability when Bitcoin crashes. The influx of capital reentering the cryptocurrency market also helps to drive up valuations during bull runs. With over $9 million sidelined…

Bitcoin's price volatility has declined following the network's third mining reward halving event on Monday.   The reward per block mined on bitcoin's blockchain was reduced to 6.25 BTC from 12.5 BTC at 19:23 UTC,…

The price action over the past few days has undoubtedly been positive for Bitcoin. After building momentum for weeks, the cryptocurrency finally burst past $10,000 this week, hitting a $10,100 high. Since this initial breach, BTC…

Economic growth figures are starting to trickle in, and, as expected, they’re bad. Really bad. This past week the U.S. reported Q1 GDP growth as -4.8%. Italy’s GDP fell -4.5%, Spain came in at -5.2%, and France trumped that with a whopping -5.8%.…