Bitcoin’s volatility has hit the lowest level in over four months – a price squeeze that may force a big move either way.
Noelle Acheson argues that bitcoin’s volatility is intrinsic and is unlikely to diminish with increased liquidity – and that’s not a bad thing.
U.K.-licensed Nickel Asset Management says it has raised $50 million for a fund aimed to make profits off the volatility of cryptocurrencies.
Bitcoin's daily price volatility has plummeted in the last 12 months as the bear market killed off the speculative frenzy.
LedgerX is launching LXVX – a "Bitcoin Fear Index" similar to the VIX, a popular volatility benchmark in the stock market.
Bitcoin, the world's largest crypto by market capitalization has dropped 4.77 percent, pushing prices well below $6,400 for the first time in weeks.
Bitcoin price volatility continues to drop, with the weekly price range hitting its lowest level since July 2017.
Bitcoin (BTC) traded in a $1,329 range in September, recording its least volatile month since July of 2017.
Bitcoin price volatility, as indicated by Bollinger band width, has hit the lowest level since December 2016.
Facebook had a bad day in the market this week – and the crypto community quickly pounced.