The novel COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues with its adverse effects on the financial markets. The cryptocurrency space is no exception. Bitcoin, for instance, slipped below the significant $5,000 mark and is currently trading at around $4,500. Just hours ago, the leading
Coronavirus Crisis Translates Into The Worst Week For Bitcoin Since 2013: The Crypto Weekly Market Update
It’s safe to say that unless unexpected things happen, this will be the worst week for Bitcoin since 2013. During the second week of December 2013, Bitcoin had seen a plunge from $864 to $382, more than a 50% decline.
Bitcoin Ends The Week Bullish Above $9000, Despite Global Markets’ Crash: The Crypto Weekly Market Update
This week has been somewhat positive for the cryptocurrency community. Starting with Bitcoin’s price, which began trading at $8,600 but, since then, it has risen to the current stance of above $9,000. Following its increase, Bitcoin is starting to escape
After last week’s plunge of over $1,500, Bitcoin rattled its 2020 positive run. The question remained if the $8,500 critical support level could hold the downfall, and, so far, it has. The largest cryptocurrency dipped below it to $8,440, but
The Coronavirus Nightmare Continues As Bitcoin Loses $1500 This Week: The Crypto Weekly Market Update
Bitcoin lost a serious chunk of its Dollar value this week. Down about 12% over the past seven days, the cryptocurrency is currently trading at around $8,700. It’s essential to see where it goes from here. From above, there’s the
Crypto Price Analysis & Overview February 28th: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Bitcoin Cash, and Chainlink
Bitcoin Bitcoin dropped by a total of 11% over the past week as the cryptocurrency broke beneath previous support at $9,550 and plummetted beneath support at $9,000. It continued to decline until reaching the current support at the 200-days EMA,
Bitcoin Plunges Below $10K Following Golden Cross, Tezos Breaking Records: The Crypto Weekly Market Update
The last week was action-packed for Bitcoin but also for altcoins. The entire market was on a wild ride, seeing notable gains and sharp declines. First things first, Bitcoin charted a Golden Cross for the first time this year. The
Bitcoin Bitcoin witnessed a turbulent week after dropping by a total of 5.5% to bring the cryptocurrency back beneath $10,000. During the sell-off, Bitcoin fell beneath the previous rising price channel but has managed to rebound at support at $9,552,
The past several days have been somewhat turbulent in the cryptocurrency space. Bitcoin, for instance, plunged to $9,400 on Monday, traded around $9,600 yesterday, and gained about $700 in the past 24 hours alone, before settling at $10,150 where it
The start of the new week came as a sad one for traders as the bears take over the cryptocurrency market, correcting Bitcoin price to below the $9600 region. At the time of writing, the coin is trading at $9,627.