Bitcoin Bitcoin saw a 4.3% price surge over the past seven days. The cryptocurrency was trading slightly above $11,000 last Friday as it started to push higher. Throughout the week, it managed to spike as high as $11,730 (1.414 Fib
Bitcoin dropped by over $300 in about an hour and dipped beneath $11,300. The alternative coins struggle even harder as red dominates the market.
Most larger-cap alternative coins have charted slight losses since yesterday. Bitcoin has managed to sustain its price level at about $11,400.
Bitcoin has retraced from its recent run to $11,700 and trades at $11,400. Bitcoin Cash's 5% pump has helped in reclaiming the 5th spot in terms of market cap.
Bitcoin has mimicked gains on Wall Street and registered a new monthly high at over $11,700. Binance Coin's 8% surge has assisted with regaining the 5th spot by market cap.
Bitcoin continues trading above $11,000 for a third-day straight, while Chainlink, with its 5% increase, has surpassed Polkadot for the 7th spot.
Bitcoin, Ethereum, and most altcoins have calmed after the gains registered in the past two days. BTC trades at $11,350, while ETH is still above $370.
Bitcoin rises to a new monthly high of nearly $11,500, while altcoins are deep in the green. The total market cap spikes by $30 billion in two days.
Another week has passed, and it’s safe to say it was an intense one. First things first, the major headline is that the US Commodity and Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) charged the owner-operators of 100x Group, the parent company of
Bitcoin Bitcoin saw a 5.6% price increase over the past seven days as it finally breaks above the $11,000. The cryptocurrency was trading within a symmetrical triangle pattern since mid-September and struggled to break above this consolidation until yesterday. BTC