Although still stuck in a narrow range, bitcoin could rise back toward $7,500 in the next 24 hours, the technical charts indicate
A study of historical bitcoin data makes a strong case in favor of the bulls for Q2 2018.
Bitcoin continues to trade sideways in an increasingly tight range, but could be setting up for a major move in either direction.
In an analytical note, Bank of America researchers called bitcoin one of the greatest bubbles in history.
Cryptocurrency fund manager Timothy Enneking believes all factors impacting the market have been priced in, and it should soon rebound.
Bitcoin lacks clear bias today, but a decisive session in either direction would likely define the trend going forward.
Intercontinental Exchange CEO Jeffrey Sprecher said cryptocurrency futures contracts may be offered in the future.
The exchange's new feature will allow institutional investors to place large trades without driving prices up or down.
Bitcoin is on the rise, but only a move above $7,510 would confirm a bullish trend reversal
Bitcoin's retreat from the weekly highs may have set the tone for a drop to $6,000 over the next 24 hours.