Bitcoin (BTC) survived another night without breaking $20,000 on June 17 as $14,000 cemented itself as a likely bottom level. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView Trader plans to go “all in” on BTC at $14,000 Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD dipping to $20,220 on Bitstamp overnight before rebounding up to
Like clockwork, the onset of a crypto bear market has brought out the “Bitcoin is dead” crowd who gleefully proclaim the end of the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization. If #Bitcoin can collapse by 70% from $69,000 to under $21,000, it can just as easily fall another 70% down to $6,000. Given the excessive leverage in
Bitcoin (BTC) achieved a bear market first on June 18 as BTC price action gave up $20,000 support. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView BTC price crosses under 2017 all-time high Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView confirmed BTC/USD sliding under $20,000 for the first time since December 2020, reaching press-time lows of $19,066.
Ripple (XRP) price stares at potential losses in the coming weeks as it breaks out of a “descending triangle” pattern, with its bias skewed toward the downside. Major XRP breakdown underway To recap, XRP started forming the technical structure after reaching $1.98 in April 2021, its second-highest level to date. In doing so, the token trended
Crypto traders had a brief opportunity to pause and take stock of where things are on June 16 as the relentless selling that has hammered Bitcoin (BTC) and the wider market over the past week began to relent despite an ongoing sell-off in the traditional markets. Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView shows that
Bitcoin (BTC) ran out of steam near $23,000 on June 16 after the biggest United States key rate hike in nearly thirty years. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView Dollar strength wobbles after rate hike news Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD reaching highs of $22,957 on Bitstamp after the Federal Reserve
The price of Nexo (NEXO) continued to fall on June 15 as crypto lending firms continue to be shaken by the falling cryptocurrency market. Meanwhile, Nexo has denied rumors of exposure to Three Arrows Capital (3AC), a Dubai-based crypto fund facing insolvency risks. NEXO price suffers on DeFi contagion fears NEXO, which serves as a
Bitcoin (BTC) could be on the verge of a retail major sell-off as exchange inflows spike to almost three-and-a-half-year highs. Data from on-chain analytics platform CryptoQuant shows users of 21 major exchanges sending coins to their wallets en masse June 14. Major exchanges finish up 83,000 BTC in a single day As BTC/USD fell to
Bitcoin (BTC) megahodler MicroStrategy can ride out further BTC price declines, even if it falls to just $3,500, its CEO confirms. In a tweet on June 14, Michael Saylor sought to allay fears that his firm’s BTC exposure may be about to cost it dearly. Saylor stays calm as MSTR dips further With the largest
Bitcoin’s month-long (BTC) choppy price action came to an end on June 13 after a deep market sell-off pressed the top cryptocurrency under the $29,000 support. The move took place as equities markets also sold-off sharply, hitting their lowest levels of the year. Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView shows that the Bitcoin sell-off began late
Bitcoin (BTC) lost the $28,000 support on June 12 following worsening macroeconomic conditions. The United States Treasury 2-year note yield closed on June 10 at 3.10%, its highest level since December 2007. This shows that traders are demanding higher rates to hold their debt instruments and expect inflation to remain a persistent challenge. Louis S.
We ask the buidlers in the blockchain and cryptocurrency sector for their thoughts on the industry… and throw in a few random zingers to keep them on their toes! This week, our 6 Questions go to Alex Wilson, co-founder of The Giving Block — a crypto donation solution that provides an ecosystem for nonprofits and
Bitcoin (BTC) fell sharply on June 10 after surprisingly high inflation data from the United States rattled markets before the Wall Street open. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView Trader: Bitcoin will be “painful” if $29,300 fails to hold Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView tracked a $600 dive for BTC/USD as May’s Consumer
The total crypto market capitalization has been trading in a descending channel for the past 29 days and currently displays support at the $1.17 trillion level. In the past 7 days, Bitcoin (BTC) presented a modest 2% drop and Ether (ETH) faced a 5% correction. Total crypto market cap, USD billion. Source: TradingView The June
Global financial markets once again find themselves trending lower on June 10 after the Consumer Price Index (CPI) came in at a blistering 8.6% year-over-year increase, the highest print since 1981. The hotter-than-expected CPI print resulted in a collapse of the $30,000 support and Bitcoin (BTC) price sold off to a daily low of $28,852
Ethereum’s native token Ether (ETH) resumed its decline against Bitcoin (BTC) two days after a successful rehearsal of its proof-of-stake (PoS) algorithm on its longest-running testnet “Ropsten.” The ETH/BTC fell by 2.5% to 0.0586 on June 10. The pair’s downside move came as a part of a correction that had started a day before when