Having witnessed a major breakout on Friday, bitcoin is showing signs of bull exhaustion near the key resistance zone.
Despite the pullback from $9,060, the outlook for bitcoin, the world's largest cryptocurrency, remains bullish.
Bitcoin may be inching up of late but the market for alternative cryptocurrencies remains a choppy sea of big winners and losers.
A lesser-known bitcoin indicator appears to be undergoing a notable change, one that could signal where the crypto asset's price is heading.
Bitcoin saw small gains last night, but the weak move did little to further the bull case.
Bitcoin has been struggling to break through the long-term descending trendline, but that could change today.
Bitcoin remains on the hunt for a bullish move over $8,400 after recovering from a sharp overnight dip.
The technical charts remain bullish for bitcoin and point to $7,900 as the key support zone.
Two economists have developed a model for pricing bitcoin and other assets in decentralized financial networks.
Bitcoin needs to take out resistance at $8,500 to confirm a long-term bearish-to-bullish trend change, the price charts indicate.