Bitcoin Slides to 3-Month Low to Below $34K

Digital-asset analysts warned late last week that price-chart trends had turned bearish for the largest cryptocurrency.

AccessTimeIconMay 8, 2022 at 6:53 p.m. UTC
Updated May 9, 2022 at 2:46 p.m. UTC

Bradley Keoun is the managing editor of CoinDesk's Markets team. He owns less than $1,000 each of several cryptocurrencies.

Bitcoin (BTC) fell to a three-month low Sunday, days after crypto analysts warned that price charts were sending bearish signals.


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Bradley Keoun is the managing editor of CoinDesk's Markets team. He owns less than $1,000 each of several cryptocurrencies.

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Bradley Keoun is the managing editor of CoinDesk's Markets team. He owns less than $1,000 each of several cryptocurrencies.