Bitcoin’s strength above the $11,500 multi-year resistance is also pulling many altcoin prices higher. U.S. equity markets are nearing all-time highs on the hopes that Democrats and Republican will break their current stalemate and strike a deal to release another round of stimulus for American citizens and the small businesses they operate. While these monetary […]Read More
Bitcoin and select altcoins have broken out of their bullish setups, hinting that further upside could occur through the weekend. Payments giant, Square, has become the second listed company after MicroStrategy to buy Bitcoin (BTC). Although Square’s purchase of 4,709 Bitcoin is much smaller than MicroStrategy’s haul of 38,250 Bitcoin, many investors feel that this […]Read More
Traders are attempting to kickstart a new trending move in Bitcoin and altcoins by attacking overhead resistance levels. A recent report by ARK Investment Management LLC presents a strongly bullish case for Bitcoin’s (BTC) future value. The group projects that Bitcoin’s network capitalization will rise to $1-$5 trillion over the next five to ten years. […]Read More
Bitcoin and altcoins are at risk of a deeper correction if they do not rise above their immediate resistance levels soon. According to survey data from crypto asset insurance firm, Evertas, institutional investors believe that clearer regulations and better infrastructure in terms of trading, reporting, and custodial services will increase their participation in the crypto […]Read More
Bitcoin and altcoins are facing selling near key resistance levels, but for now the possibility of a sharp fall remains low. The U.S. Federal Reserve recently hinted that it could keep interest rates near zero at least through 2023. The Bank of England went a step ahead and said that it could explore options for […]Read More
Bitcoin and several altcoins are trying to break out of their respective overhead resistance levels in order to restore bullish momentum. Most retail traders find it difficult to go against the herd and buy when the market is down. They generally wait for the price to recover and for improvements in sentiment before jumping in. […]Read More
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