Bitcoin is at risk of another sell-off after its price fell beneath a key moving average on Nov. 15, while traditional markets hit record highs.
Bitcoin may soon face selling pressure, courtesy of an impending bear cross. Longer term, though, the picture may be less gloomy for the bulls.
Bitcoin is on slippery ground after two weekly losses in a row and multiple rejections at key price resistance.
According to regression models and historical precedent, the upcoming bitcoin halving will boost the market price. So why isn’t that already priced…
Bitcoin looks on track to produce a bullish long-term signal not seen in 3.5 years.
Bitcoin has been tiptoeing along key support, but evaporating bullish sentiment may see prices roll over to levels below $9,000.
Bitcoin's struggle for a bullish breakout continues with a falling trendline capping gains for the fifth time in 11 days.
Bitcoin logged double-digit gains in October, outperforming gold for the first time for months.
The widely tracked 200-day average continues to restrict losses in bitcoin and may catapult prices to $9,600.
Another flash crash has occurred for bitcoin (BTC), this time on the Coinbase Pro and Deribit exchanges.