Bitcoin has broken through its all-time price high.
Bitcoin prices have been above $1,000 for more than a week, granting evidence that the currency has been building support at this level.
Bitcoin continued to inch closer to annual highs set in early 2017 today, topping $1,100 for the first time since 5th January.
Are bitcoin prices forming a new support floor as we speak? Only time will tell. Between then and now, we can review the input of market experts.
The scope of the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF has grown, new documents show.
The price of bitcoin continued recent gains in an early morning session today, rising nearly 3% on warming sentiment.
Bitcoin markets are breaking out, inching closer to $1,000.
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 stayed largely within specific ranges this week, as traders tended to sit on the sidelines.
Bitcoin markets could see "a series of failed rallies" in the period ahead, according to one major bitcoin hedge fund.