Bitcoin prices once again surpassed $900, exceeding this level in spite of the recent announcement that Huobi and OKCoin had stopped margin trading.
Monero prices plunged roughly 10% on 18th January, tracking a drop in bitcoin prices as the larger cryptocurrency suffered news-related declines.
Bitcoin prices surged more than 9% on 17th January, surpassing $900 for the first time in nearly a week.
A study by investor and trader Willy Woo suggests China's bitcoin volume may be 15% lower than long suspected.
After trials and turbulence last week, the price of bitcoin is up more than 7% today already.
A tranquil day in bitcoin markets.
Chris Burniske is blockchain products lead at ARK Invest, an investment manager focused on disruptive innovation and co-author of the new white…
Bitcoin prices enjoyed a respite from sharp volatility on 12th January, fluctuating primarily within relatively modest ranges.
Despite recent reports suggesting China's central bank is casting a critical eye on domestic bitcoin exchanges, local traders remain largely unfazed.
The bitcoin price slide that began this morning has continued, falling to its lowest level since early December.