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Bitcoin briefly crossed back above $9,000 earlier on Tuesday amid signs of an improved risk appetite in the traditional markets.
Zcash is due for its first mining reward halving later this year. The event could solve a major problem for the privacy-focused cryptocurrency.
While bitcoin is losing altitude, small investors look to be gaining exposure to the top cryptocurrency, data suggests.
Rumor spread bitcoin's mysterious founder, Satoshi Nakamoto, was moving early-mined bitcoin.
Bitcoin is struggling to gather upside traction despite positive developments on the macro and technical fronts.
Bitcoin's mining "difficulty" just fell 6%, giving small-scale miners a reprieve. But this is only a small dip before an even steeper ascent.
Open interest in bitcoin options listed on the Panama-based exchange jumped to a record $1 billion Tuesday, according to data from Skew.
The Puell Multiple shows bitcoin may still be undervalued.
Bitcoin mining is set to get easier, as the network undergoes an expected difficulty adjustment on Tuesday – the first since last week's reward halving.