The cryptocurrency markets fell sharply on July 14 after bitcoin endured a $1400 sell-off, denying the bulls a chance to revisit 2019 highs.
Trump recently tweeted: unregulated crypto possesses the ability to facilitate unlawful behavior; So far the markets have been slow to react.
The cryptocurrency markets fell sharply on July 10, denying a bullish breakout that looked primed to test its recent 2019 highs.
CoinDesk details the Chaikin Money Flow indicator, which is used to quantify trend strength around volume and market pressure.
Financial institutions have begun to enter crypto with a quickening pace, setting the tone for the remainder of 2019 and 2020.
CME's bitcoin futures product is increasing in popularity, with June setting a record for open interest amid a surge of new account sign-ups.
Bitcoin is down more than $1,700 since yesterday after a violent sell-off rocked the markets, catching a lot of traders off-guard, while altcoins…
Bitcoin is back on the rise after recovering from a sharp sell-off yesterday evening, currently up $1,400.
Bitcoin has risen above $12,900 for the first time since Jan. 21, 2018 to break a new high for 2019 at $12,919.
The Bitcoin Dominance Index shows bitcoin continues to gain altitude at a time when broader confidence in the crypto market, now nearly $350 billion,…