Bitcoin markets aren’t the only ones on the rise in the wake of the SEC’s exchange-trade fund listing decision.
Bitcoin prices fell sharply after the US Securities and Exchange Commission shot down a bid to list a bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF).
Bitcoin prices saw a significant price spike this morning, briefly shooting above $1,300 to hit a new all-time high.
Ether prices surged in the last week, but the rally was overshadowed by the sharp price increases for both bitcoin and dash.
Bitcoin prices keep reaching new all-time highs, buoying the current rally's staying power.
Bitcoin prices encountered some notable volatility after hitting an all-time high in the previous session.
Bitcoin prices entered rangebound trading today, after climbing roughly 3% to hit their highest price in more than one month.
Digital currency exchange Gemini is doing away with transaction confirmations for approved customers.
Bitcoin prices are up more than 3% since the start of the day’s trading, climbing above $950 for the first time in weeks.
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.