$12 billion gains for the crypto market cap as Bitcoin jumps towards $10,900 and alternative coins pump even harder.
Although most of the cryptocurrency market has remained calm in the past 24 hours, BTC has registered a slight increase after gains on Wall Street.
$10 billion gone from the crypto market cap as Bitcoin and most alternative coin are deep in the red. BTC has once again followed Wall Street.
US President Donald Trump has left the medical center he was treated for COVID-19 and returned to the White House. Bitcoin has followed Wall Street's gains and trades above $10,750.
Bitcoin and most altcoins have spiked slightly since yesterday on news that US President Trump could be discharged today and reports on new stimulus packages.
Binance Coin (BNB) Back To Top 5 After 9% Weekly Gains: Bitcoin Price Stagnant (Sunday’s Market Watch)
BNB takes the 5th spot, while Litecoin is back at the top 10. Bitcoin and the other larger-cap altcoins have stayed stagnant, but the US stock futures could drive volatile price performances later today.
Tough days for Bitcoin following the recent charges against BitMEX, President Trump testing positive for COVID-19, and getting hospitalized. So far, though, BTC remains around $10,500.
To say that a lot has happened over the past seven days would be an understatement. Starting off with Bitcoin’s price, it’s currently trading at around $10,500, down $150 over the week. Everything was going relatively well for BTC. It
Bitcoin Over the past seven days, Bitcoin dropped by a total of 2% as it currently trades around the $10,500 level. The week was pretty interesting after it rebounded from a 6-month-old rising trend line last week. After bouncing, it
The total market cap has lost $15 billion in a day after the CFTC charged the owners of BitMEX for illegally operating the platform. Bitcoin is below $10,500, while Ethereum beneath $350.