Bitcoin prices entered rangebound trading today, after climbing roughly 3% to hit their highest price in more than one month.
The price of bitcoin continued recent gains in an early morning session today, rising nearly 3% on warming sentiment.
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?
Bitcoin markets are breaking out, inching closer to $1,000.
The fourth quarter of 2016 was a volatile period for the price of bitcoin, as speculation increased and exchange-traded volume reached peak levels.
Bitfinex's BFX digital asset – issued to users who lost bitcoin in an August hack – surged to a record high on 1st February.
Bitcoin prices are up more than 3% since the start of the day’s trading, climbing above $950 for the first time in weeks.
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.