Expectedly, shares of Twitter (+27.13%) surged on the discovery through a regulatory filing that Musk is now Twitter’s biggest individual shareholder.
Bitcoin has now traded within 10% of is 50-day moving average for 51 days through March 26, the longest stretch of such tight trading since July 2020,
For all intents and purposes, stocks should have tanked by now, but bears keep getting blindsided by investors buying the dip and that may be because there just aren’t that…
Bitcoin’s 10% rally towards the end of March has since seen it return back to its previous trading range, with no sign of shooting past US$50,000 at the moment
U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of New York President suggests that the central bank could adopt a more systematic and measured means to return the Fed to a neutral monetary policy
After a rally during the Ides of March, bullish call option demand has rallied alongside demand for Bitcoin.
While countries are seeking to diversify their reserves out of the dollar, that pace has been glacial at best, with the dollar’s share of reserves going from 70% to 60%…
Given the sheer volume of blockchain protocols, bridges have become a necessary but increasingly vulnerable means by which users can use different cryptocurrencies across different networks.
Liquidity in the U.S. Treasury market has declined to its lowest level since March 2020, when the pandemic roiled investors and gummed up the market
Now that the major technical resistance for Bitcoin at US$45,300 has been convincingly breached, the cryptocurrency has been taking a breather,