Jul 31, 2019 at 12:44
Top 7 Cryptocurrencies Lose Over 40% of Value in July
Cryptocurrency market trading has been slowed down by a prolonged price correction of Bitcoin and other major altcoins. Some of them have managed to be traded in the green most of the time, but others have suffered enormous losses. Let’s take a look at the top 100 cryptocurrencies by market cap and pick out the biggest losers.
Jul 04, 2019 at 14:27
Bitcoin Price is Down Again, is This a Bear or Bull Market?
The price of the original cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC) has started a downtrend after hitting $13,800. The coin might even plummet further to break the 21-day exponential moving average (EMA). If BTC continues to decline with this trend, its next landing might be the 50-day EMA, the region where its trading price can get some temporary solace.
Jul 04, 2019 at 12:38
Did Institutional Investments Push Bitcoin Up in 2019?
Although Bitcoin managed to get back on its track and 2019 is remembering about the 2017 incredible bull run, analysts at JPMorgan Chase believe that the market is completely different now, even though the performance is quite impressive:
Bitcoin Struggling to Trade Above $8,000 Price Level
While the whole cryptocurrency community was expecting another major bull run, the price trend of Bitcoin (BTC) appears to be once again disappointing. However, the BTC’s rally has continued over the past few hours, and the rest of the digital assets have trailed in its stir. Some senior blockchain and crypto analysts have even started to predict a weighty bearish viewpoint.
Is the Crypto Winter Over? Bitcoin Trading Volume Over $10 Bln
Bitcoin average trading volume has now reached new highs since 11 months ago. Bitcoin is the globe’s leading cryptocurrency by market cap. BTC/USD is trading at $4,032 and the total MC is at $139.587 billion, at press time. It has surged up around 150% since October’s record lows. The average daily Bitcoin transaction volume hasn’t registered levels this high since January last year.