Another week, another spin of the markets. This time, litecoin came out on top with the world's fifth most valuable crypto posting big gains.
Bitcoin cash has rallied sharply from recent lows, but still remains trapped inside a bearish pattern, price charts indicate.
The Japanese government said today that inspections will take place at 15 unlicensed cryptocurrency exchanges in light of a recent major hack.
Having found weak hands above the $10,200 mark in Asian hours, bitcoin has slipped back into four figures.
In recent weeks, Coinbase users have voiced a litany of complaints about the U.S. mega-exchange: missing wires, unreleased bitcoin, disabled accounts.
The price of bitcoin returned to above $10,000 levels Thursday, propelled by a strong U.S. trading session.
The recovery of the wider crypto market is looking stronger by the day, and litecoin is leading the way.
Having hit two-week highs, bitcoin is now aiming for the $10,000 mark, but further gains may be transient, the charts indicate.
Without traditional fundamentals, investors must rely on a range of methods to value cryptocurrencies – some familiar, some novel, none foolproof.
Moody's Investors Service said today that it doesn't believe the launch of bitcoin futures will hurt the creditworthiness of either CME or Cboe.