|Day's Range||13,659.492 - 13,724.945|
|52 Week Range||4,788.19 - 18,097.54|
|Volume (24hr) All Currencies||57.18B|
Nasdaq-listed crypto miner Riot Blockchain is expanding its facility in Oklahoma City by installing over 1,000 Bitmain machines.The post Crypto miner Riot Blockchain expanding its Oklahoma facility appeared first on The Block.
It’s a bullish start to the day for the majors. A move back through the early highs would be needed, however, to maintain the momentum.
Decentralized computing platform Blockstack is putting its App Mining pilot program on indefinite pause. The program incentivizes developers in bitcoin to build apps on Blockstack.The post Blockstack to pause its App Mining program due to several ‘structural’ challenges appeared first on The Block.
Crypto exchange Binance’s peer-to-peer (P2P) trading platform has added support for Russian rubles (RUB). It allows users to buy and sell bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), Tether stablecoin (USDT) and Binance’s native coin (BNB) directly with rubles.The post Binance’s P2P trading platform adds support for Russian rubles appeared first on The Block.
It’s a bearish start to the day. Failure to move back through to key levels could see the majors give up more of last week’s gains…
Despite forming a bullish higher high, Bitcoin was unable to stop itself from succumbing to a dramatic sell-off that saw a slump as low as $9,720 overnight. The move to the downside came after a tremendous rally that defied all odds by surging to above $10,180 - rising by 12% in the past week. Numerous technical aspects of the chart are indicating the rally may continue into the rest of February, with the recent golden cross complementing yesterday's confirmed higher high. The sell-off seems to be tied quite prominently to Bitcoin futures on the CME as the decline continued to $9,500 before bouncing back towards $10,000. It's worth noting that as the CME closes trading for the weekend a gapThe post Bitcoin suffers shocking sell-off amid bullish weekly close appeared first on Coin Rivet.
It’s a mixed start to the day, with the majors struggling early on. A move back through key levels would bring resistance levels into play
It was a particularly bullish week last week, with Bitcoin returning to $10,000 levels. A move through to $10,200 would signal more upside ahead.
Bitcoin enthusiast were celebrating today as the world’s most dominant cryptocurrency finally edged over the $10,000 line. The psychological barrier has been within touching distance for days, but trading volume couldn’t quite give it the final push above $9,800 as it looked like BTC was preparing to slump ahead of May’s halving. However, a sudden rush of buyers in the early hours of Sunday morning gave Bitcoin enough momentum to carry it across the $10k mark and cement a leading role in what has been bullish narrative over recent weeks. Despite the golden cross a few days ago, typical volatility took hold and planted the seed of doubt in many minds where the significance of reaching double figures is notThe post Bitcoin breaks $10,000 appeared first on Coin Rivet.
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It’s a bearish start to the weekend as the majors hit reverse after a mixed Friday. Support levels are in play early in the day.
Bitcoin struggled to break out above $10,000 overnight despite an influx of trade volume across all major exchanges. However, the recent golden cross will likely provide Bitcoin with the momentum to trigger a major breakout over a typically volatile weekend. The 50 exponential moving average crossed the 200 EMA to the upside for the first time since April 2019, which is a clear indication that Bitcoin is in a bullish trend. A break above $10,000 would confirm this leading up to May's halving event, which will see block rewards for miners slashed from 12.5 BTC per block to 6.25 BTC per block. From an economic standpoint miners will now be incestivised to hold on to the extra Bitcoin being minedThe post Latest Bitcoin price and analysis (BTC to USD) appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Bitcoin surged with a stunning 5% rally to the upside on Wednesday, going on to test the $9,650 level of resistance as it looks to build momentum before setting its sights on the psychological $10,000 price target. It has since been flirting with a breakout following yesterday evening's daily candle close, which provided the first marginal higher high since it shot to $14,000 in June. After rallying to its yearly high, Bitcoin slumped into a bearish market trend with four consecutive lower highs at $13,200, $12,400, $11,000 and $10,300. This resulted in an eventual decline towards December's local low of $6,410, which coincidentally came exactly two years after Bitcoin achieved its all-time high of $20,000. If Bitcoin can continue toThe post Bitcoin takes aim at $10,000 as golden cross comes into effect appeared first on Coin Rivet.
Bitcoin is still the king of cryptocurrencies. Despite the launch of numerous altcoins and stablecoins, the bitcoin dominance index is still holding strong at 67%+ according to Coinmarketcap data
After a short respite, the crypto market, led by Bitcoin, has moved back to the growth phase. Over the last 24 hours, total capitalization jumped by $13bn.
If you have been purchasing Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies over the years you will have likely felt the rush of seeing your profits rise sharply and also the lows of a fall in price. Many view the purchase of altcoins or leverage trading as gambling with Bitcoin. However, if you are proficient at such methods you can increase your holding. Unfortunately, despite the success stories on the internet, very few are successful. Another option, perhaps, would be to visit one of the many dedicated Bitcoin gambling websites. As with much of the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry there is plenty of hype about the possibilities of disruption to the gaming industry. While many of the new sites on the market focusingThe post Is gambling with Bitcoin a good idea? appeared first on Coin Rivet.
After the boom of 2017 Bitcoin crashed back down to earth with an almighty wallop. Yet the lows of $3,000 were still a lot higher than the dips which had gone before. Since then, Bitcoin has crept slowly but surely up to the $9,000 mark with a few choppy moments along the way. All the while, mainstream news has struggled to find its appetite for crypto sufficiently whetted - apart from when Libra and Facebook made their big announcement. So has the crypto winter been harsh enough to weed out the unnecessary projects that fill this industry? If it has not, then the question on many lips becomes: 'If we see another price rise akin to 2017, will the altcoinsThe post Was the crypto winter cold enough? appeared first on Coin Rivet.
After an early dip, it’s back into the green for the pack. Holding onto early gains through the morning would bring resistance levels into play.