Bitcoin is about to see a key bullish cross of two moving averages the first time in nearly four years.
Bitcoin's three-day price consolidation looks to be a bull breather before a continuation of the recent rally to above $4,000.
Bitcoin’s overnight pullback from three-week highs hit on Friday doesn’t mean the rally is over.
The Securities and Exchange Commission plans to clarify when securities laws might apply to crypto token sales, an official confirmed Friday.
Polymath, a platform for launching security tokens, is flexing its treasury-management muscles by locking up 75 million of its own POLY tokens.
With bitcoin showing resilience to negative news flow, a strong bullish move is looking increasingly likely.
Bitcoin traders could get cues from an apparent negative correlation that has developed between bitcoin and gold prices.
Bitcoin has reported losses in January for the last four years, and a fifth now looks on the cards.
After breaching key support on Sunday, emboldened bears could soon push bitcoin prices back towards $3,100.
Bitcoin’s price saw its biggest drop for seven weeks on Thursday, weakening the prospects of a bullish breakout above $4,100.