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Ether Rebounds As Price Rises Back Above $300
The price of ether experienced an uptick on Wednesday after falling below the $300 mark during the day's trading session.
Crypto Correction: Bitcoin and Ether Dive as Market Sheds $13 Billion
Cryptocurrencies suffered widespread losses on Monday as traders took profits and rebalanced their portfolios.
‘Flippening’ Flop? As Ethereum’s Price Pulls Back, Market Remains Bullish
After weeks of growth, it seems ether's much-hyped 'Flippening' – overtaking bitcoin as the most valuable cryptocurrency – is on hold.
$13: Ether Prices Plunge in GDAX Exchange Flash Crash
Ether's price plunged to $13 on GDAX amid signs the Ethereum network is struggling with growing usage.
Litecoin’s Price Tops $50 to Set New All-Time High
Spurred by a sudden exchange listing, the price of the cryptocurrency litecoin hit a new all-time high today above $50.
In the Green: Cryptocurrency Prices Rebound After Market Correction
Cryptocurrency prices have rebounded, reversing the price declines seen during a broad market correction.
As Crypto Markets See Slowing Growth, Traders Look Long
As the cryptocurrency markets show signs of cooling, traders are beginning to emphasize a return to long-term strategic bets.
Traders Plan for Correction as Crypto Market Falls Below $100 Billion
As a boom in the cryptocurrency market shows signs of slowing, traders are taking defensive measures and hedging their bets.
The #Flippening: Will Ether ‘Pass’ Bitcoin And What Would It Mean?
Will ether's market capitalization surpass bitcoin's? Market analysts weigh in on a market trend that could mark a historic shift in the sector.
Headwinds or Tailwinds? How US Tax Reform Could Impact Bitcoin’s Price
Are headwinds or tailwinds for bitcoin's price in store? That depends on Washington's ability to reform corporate tax.