Bitcoin is showing signs of exhaustion on the short-duration technical charts, but a pullback has been elusive – so far.
The average fees required to send a bitcoin transaction are on the rise again, hitting their highest level in nearly a year in early April.
The widely-followed MACD indicator has turned bullish for the first time in over a year, backing up signs of a long-term bitcoin bull reversal.
With $1.5 million in seed funding secured, Bolt Labs wants to bring privacy features to the lightning network and other blockchain solutions.
Bitcoin looks set to end April in the green for the fourth consecutive year, having climbed 27 percent already this month.
Gemini says it has added "full" support for SegWit, an important bitcoin code change that paves the way for scaling improvements.
Bitcoin's stalled rally could take off again if the bulls can convincingly breach a new resistance level above $5,200.
This treasure hunt is like a bitcoin version of "Ready Player One," with the first clues released via Blockstream's satellite.
Bitcoin confirmed a longer-term bull breakout a week ago, but the rally has since flattened out. What's going on?
Bitcoin's latest rebound above $5,000 isn't about new investors, it's a reaffirmation of its real strength as a resistant global network.