Bitcoin's share of the cryptocurrency market is on the verge of falling below 50 percent for the first time in over 7 months.
Bitcoin is showing signs of buyer exhaustion and could see a minor pullback unless resistance at $4,000 is scaled soon.
Bitcoin's four-week price rally now faces a former support-turned-resistance level that repeatedly capped gains in 2018.
Active addresses on bitcoin's blockchain have increased 20 percent in recent weeks. So, why is the BTC price trading sideways?
Daily bitcoin trading volumes topped $11 billion Friday, the most seen since April 2018.
Bitcoin's current period of price consolidation may end with a bull breakout, price-volume analysis indicates.
Bitcoin is trapped in a key trading range for the 13th week, with a break above the upper edge needed to confirm a longer-term bull reversal.
A few well-known cryptocurrencies are currently trading above their 200-day moving averages, which is widely considered to be a sign of a healthy…
A widely-followed bitcoin price indicator is about to turn bullish for the first time in seven months.
Bitcoin needs to print a higher high above $4,236 to confirm a long-term bullish reversal, technical charts suggest.