The price of bitcoin is down today, as overbought indicators seem to have yielded a notable correction away from recent highs.
The price of bitcoin neared $6,000 last week, but charts suggest little evidence a big push across that threshold will be forthcoming.
Bitcoin is trading at an all-time high, and with another contentious hard fork coming, the reasons why have experts wondering.
Bitcoin hit a new record high of $5,856 this morning, but the question everyone will be asking is, can the rally continue?
The price of bitcoin is back above $5,000 – but while this is a slight month-over-month gain, the delta in that time may be one worth analyzing.
Bitcoin has reached a new all-time high of $5226, which amounts to cumulative gains of more than 70% from September 15 low of $2980.
Bitcoin developers are making progress on Schnorr, a function for aggregating signatures and in turn, a way to increase the capacity of the network.
September was a tough month for litecoin's price, but recent developments suggest that a floor may be forming in the market.
Developers have directly traded bitcoin for ethereum using an in-progress technology that aims to replace cryptocurrency exchanges with code.
The price of bitcoin surged yesterday – but is it ready to take these gains higher? Chart analysis suggests $5,000 could be within reach.