Sign up for our newsletter
Please consider using a different web browser for better experience.
Bitcoin chalked out minor price gains on Sunday, ending its longest run of daily losses for half a year and avoiding a break below the ongoing restricted trading range.
Decentralized options marketplace Opyn has launched put options on COMP that will provide a safety net of sorts should COMP’s fortunes take a turn for the worse.
The narrative that inflation arising from the massive coronavirus stimulus efforts would lead to a long-term rise in bitcoin's price is looking weak with new data from the Federal Reserve.
Even in super liquid cryptocurrency markets, such as USD and bitcoin trading pairs, the size and spreads of exchange order books can vary markedly.
Surging open interest on bitcoin futures and options contracts might well be a sign that a breakout could be imminent.
Bitcoin looks set to end its three-quarter losing run despite having dropped to $9,000 earlier on Thursday.
The cryptocurrency’s options market is on its way to a record $1 billion monthly expiry this Friday.
Bitcoin is often likened to digital gold, but some analysts say the more compelling correlation is with the stock market.
A sudden spike in miner outflows of bitcoin to exchanges makes the cryptocurrency vulnerable to a price drop, according one analyst.