|Day's Range||12,581.801 - 12,678.757|
|52 Week Range||5,720.53 - 17,163.68|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||23.29B|
It’s a mixed start to the day, with Stellar’s Lumen bucking the trend early. Support from the broader market would be needed to hold onto early gains…
It’s a bearish start to the day. A Bitcoin move through to $9,300 would support the broader pack…
It’s a bearish start to the day. Failure to break through the day’s pivot levels will bring support levels into play.
Bitmark's experience in Taiwan raises questions about censorship and access in the age of COVID-19.
The ever-increasing use of Chainlink’s price oracles in decentralized finance is driving the cryptocurrency higher, according to analysts.
Monthly volumes of both Bitcoin and Ethereum futures both fell in June, each falling back to levels last seen in late 2019 and early 2020, according to data collected by The Block. The monthly volume of Bitcoin futures fell by 40%, from $557 billion to $332 billion, after a record-setting month in May. As for […]The post Bitcoin and Ethereum futures volume fell dramatically in June appeared first on The Block.
Crypto firms received at least $30 million in government-backed loans, Brazil bans Binance's derivatives trading and Mercedes Benz' parent tests blockchain.
Decentralized exchange Gnosis will be the first major platform to integrate Gelato's audited v1 transaction automator for token swaps on Ethereum's mainnet.
The MMM Ponzi scheme accounts for 10% of Ethereum's transactions and 50% of Paxos's. It's time the Ethereum community did something about it.
BoA researchers anticipate China's digital yuan might make a dent in the greenback’s global hegemony.
Bitcoin's recent relief rally is currently being halted by the four-hour 200 moving average, with price sliding by 1.57% since yesterday's daily candle close. At the time of writing Bitcoin is trading at $9,244, which is 3.87% higher than July 5's low of $8,906. It has now endured its least volatile period since September 2018, with price being confined to a $1,200 range since the end of April. What followed the sideways period in late 2018 was a gruelling 50% correction that plunged Bitcoin to a dramatic low of $3,150, which prompted several traders to exit the markets out of fear the world's largest cryptocurrency was going to zero. It did, however, eventually bounce back with a vengeance, as six
Crypto exchange volumes could continue falling should volatility remain at these low levels, said CryptoCompare CEO Charles Hayter.
Brock Pierce has formally filed to run for President of the United States.
It’s been a mixed start to the day. A fall through the day’s pivot levels could see the majors give up on Monday’s gains…
It’s a bullish start to the day. A move back through early highs would support a run at the day’s major resistance levels and another breakout.
Recent moves by social media companies to outlaw certain types of content raise big questions about the future of free speech in the modern internet era.
Computer scientists Jona Harris and Aviv Zohar have examined the Lightning Network's "flood and loot" attack that preys on Bitcoin network congestion.