The lowest trading volume since November 2017 is slowing up bitcoin’s price recovery.
Coinbase announced they might add five more cryptocurrencies to their platform, and the market reacted with glee.
Bitcoin (BTC) could soon test $6,400, having seen a high-volume reversal from the two-week lows hit yesterday.
A charting pattern suggests the bitcoin price might be able to successfully defend $6,000, despite a tug-of-wars between bulls and bears of late.
Crypto exchange WEX – formerly known as BTC-e – saw its BTC/USD market spike to nearly $9,000 on Wednesday.
All is not lost for the bulls as BTC could create a major bullish reversal pattern over the next few days.
A daily close (as per UTC) below 10-day moving average would abort bitcoin’s short-term bullish view.
BTC is showing signs of exhaustion near a key resistance zone, still, the short-term outlook remains bullish.
Crypto exchange Gemini has hired former NYSE chief information officer Robert Cornish to serve as its first chief technology officer.
Switzerland’s principal stock exchange will build a blockchain-based platform to tokenize traditional securities for further trading and settlement.