Bitcoin prices entered rangebound trading today, after climbing roughly 3% to hit their highest price in more than one month.
Bitcoin prices enjoyed notable gains this week, climbing to sit around the $1,000 mark amid improved market sentiment.
Bitcoin prices surpassed $1,000 for the first time in nearly a month on 2nd February. Will the digital currency be able to remain above this level?
Bitfinex's BFX digital asset – issued to users who lost bitcoin in an August hack – surged to a record high on 1st February.
Bitcoin traders have new uncertainty to deal with as exchanges that once dominated trading volume fall by the wayside and new exchanges rise up.
Bitcoin volume has been migrating to no-fee exchanges, data shows, but analysts suggest it will be a short-term trend.
Bitcoin trading volume continued to decline on 26th January, following the trend that began when major Chinese exchanges began charging trading fees.
Even after seeing their trading volume drop sharply as of late, major Chinese exchanges are still coming out on top in terms of transaction activity.
Bitcoin prices fell below $900 during late-night trading, continuing that trend as the day continues.
Bitcoin trading volumes continued to suffer a free fall on 24th January, as markets reacted to fee policy changes at major Chinese exchanges.