Bitcoin price & Altcoin analytics

Bitcoin & Altcoin price analysis and charts

Feb 14, 2019 at 10:35
JPMorgan: Bitcoin Price is Now Lower Than Cost of Mining One BTC
According to research on the ground, the production-weighted cash cost to create 1 Bitcoin (BTC) averaged approx. $4,060 worldwide in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2018, analysts from JPMorgan Chase Co. reveal. This cost is much higher than the current Bitcoin price as Bloomberg reports.
Feb 13, 2019 at 17:02
Bitcoin Price Surges Close to $3,700, Ethereum Surpasses Ripple
The one-day (24h) period of trading has not registered a vast activity in the digital currency economy. Since the surge on February 8, which saw Bitcoin (BTC) touch the $3700 resistance level, nothing actually momentous has taken place on the BTC markets. However, ETH has finally managed to race past XRP.
Feb 08, 2019 at 17:26
The Number of Bitcoin Transactions is Growing, with Fees Remaining Low
The total number of transactions on Thursday, February 8, is as high as the transactions of Friday, January 18, but the fees did not reduce in any way, Reddit reports.
Feb 07, 2019 at 16:24
Crypto Price: Will We See Bitcoin Trading at $1,800 Before a Bull Run?
For almost 60 days now, Bitcoin (BTC), the leading crypto by market cap, has astonishingly held its own, failing to break below the $3,000 price level several times. This forced massive crypto traders to think that $3,000 will be the point level at which Bitcoin lays low in the latest market cycle (accumulation, uptrend or markup, distribution and downtrend or markdown phases).
Jan 29, 2019 at 13:34
Bitcoin Price Close to $3,400: Where is the End of the Bearish Trend?
For the first time in 2019, Bitcoin’s (BTC) price has broken the $3,500 support level downwards laying a platform for talks and analysis of a new 12-month (annual) low in the coming days. Bitcoin has been struggling just above $3,500 for some good period of time since it corrected from a rapid increase over the $4,000 recently.
Jan 22, 2019 at 13:27
Market Cap Drops from $124B - $119B, Bitcoin’s Continuous Collapse Could Cause Turmoil
The crypto industry has experienced another significant wipeout of around $5 billion that has affected Bitcoin (BTC), the flagship digital currency, gravely, placing it under the $3,500 level. At press time, the market cap is at $119 billion, falling $5 billion from Sunday’s (Jan 20) total of around $124 billion.
Jan 21, 2019 at 13:32
Bitcoin Price Likely to Drop to $2,400 & Lure Wall St. to Purchase the Plunge
In the latest Bitcoin (BTC) versus Silver (SLV) analogue piece, remarkable similarities can be seen in the charts. Trying to puzzle out the time frame of the consolidation point is very crucial. In Silver, the consolidation period timing was more than 90 days, nevertheless, the 500% rally also took around 30 months. In Bitcoin, the 500% rally took around 9 months.
Jan 16, 2019 at 13:33
Imminent Bitcoin Price Increase is Here Again - Crypto Analyst & History Indicate
Since early last year, cryptoasset investors have been caught in prices declines, fake news, accounts of fraud etc. which have weeded out the weak speculators.  Eventually, this has created a community of investors that more likely believe in the nascent technology or doubt that another wave of speculators will push the markets back to or above their antecedently accomplished all-time-highs.
Jan 15, 2019 at 15:04
Bearish Bitcoin (BTC) Outlook after Latest Consolidation
Even though last week began with the Bitcoin price consolidating, the utmost result was price action hitting a drastic week.
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