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Bitcoin retraced lower earlier this week, but the pullback seems to have ended at the 20 monthly SMA Full Article

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There are so many unknown factors in markets right now, but cryptos are benefiting Full Article

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According to PayPal President Dan Shulman, the transition from physical money to digital currencies is “inevitable.” Full Article

1 month

The 100 SMA reversed Dash down, after jumping higher on Monday Full Article

1 month

It's been a wild weekend of price action in Bitcoin as the looming halving is bringing in some volatility. Full Article

7 Mo.

Bitcoin prices surged by over 18%, helping the entire cryptocurrency market increase its market cap by more than $35 billion during the Full Article

7 Mo.

The cryptocurrency market experienced a sudden rally in the previous session after Bitcoin prices soared by more than 10% within a day.. Full Article

8 Mo.

Rising uncertainty and volatility in markets gave cryptocurrencies received a sudden boost over the previous session, sending Bitcoin Full Article

9 Mo.

The worsening sentiment in US equities has had a spillover effect into the world of cryptocurrencies, driving a similar sell-off in Bitcoin Full Article

9 Mo.

Monday's flash crash in reaction to Saudi Arabia's plan to increase crude production and cut oil selling price not only affected traditional Full Article

9 Mo.

Bitcoin has been experiencing quite a rally lately even as conventional financial markets grapple with high uncertainty and volatility on Full Article

10 Mo.

Leading cryptocurrency Bitcoin soared to the highest level in five months during the previous session, continuing the rally which has seen Full Article

10 Mo.

$10,000 in BTC serves as a benchmark for the entire crypto asset class, much like $50.00 WTI or $1500.0 gold. Full Article

10 Mo.

Recent research by the BIS reveals that more central banks could explore launching their own digital currencies over the coming years. Full Article

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Leading central banks around the world, including the BOE, ECB, BOC, SNB, BOJ, and more, are considering cooperating with each other to Full Article

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