Market Wrap: There’s a Bright Side to Bitcoin’s Drop on Worsening Unemployment
Bitcoin cooled off after jumping to its highest levels in nearly two months, when it was up as much as $9,478. Yet, stakeholders say crypto interest remains strong.
Bitcoin’s price keeps gaining as people increasingly talk about the halving - but the event’s potential after-effects may be considered an afterthought for many investors.
Bitcoin volatility has risen a bit, higher than the S&P 500 ahead of its expected halving next week - but it’s nowhere close to the rocky ride oil has been on.
Bitcoin's price has broken the $10,000 barrier just days before its next halving.
After a flurry of trading late last week, bitcoin dipped on lower volume.
Traditional markets continue to get whalloped on terrible economic numbers while bitcoin holds ground ahead of the halving.