Bitcoin’s failed bull breakout on Sunday has left the doors open for the bears to make a comeback.
Bitcoin has bounced back above $8,500, but the rally is not backed by decent trading volumes, the technical charts indicate.
Bitcoin’s drop to one-month lows has bolstered the already bearish technical setup.
Bitcoin hit a 3.5-week low of $8,100 earlier today and now risks a bear revival, the price chart analysis indicates.
Derivatives exchange operator CME Group and U.K. firm Crypto Facilities are partnering to create an ether reference rate and real time index.
Bitcoin has dropped to three-week lows and may take a further hit over the weekend, the technical charts indicate.
Crypto trading platform Crypto Facilities, which helps the CME Group provide bitcoin futures contracts, will be launching ethereum futures today.
Imaging giant Kodak is now looking at May 21 for the SAFT offering of its KODAKCoin for accredited investors.
Despite a brief rally yesterday, bitcoin risks falling back below $9,000 amid bearish short-term moving averages.
A cryptocurrency that boasts sharding has broken a key threshold.